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STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 

SESSION 1917 




RALEIGH 

fc;i)\VABD8 & BRorOIITOS PRINTINO CO. 

State Printers 
1920 



CONTENTS 



Doc. No. 

1. Inaugural Address of Governor T. W. Bickett. 

2. Biennial Report of the Secretary of State, 1915-1916. 

4. Biennial Report of the State Treasurer, 1915-1916. 

5. Annual Report of the State Auditor, 1916. 

6. Biennial Report of the Attorney-General, 1915-1916. 

7. Biennial Report of the State Highway Commission. 1915-1916. 

8. Biennial Report of the North Carolina College of Agriculture and Me- 

chanic Arts, 1915-1916. 

9. Biennial Report of the State Department of Agriculture 1915-1916. 

10. Biennial Report of the North Carolina Library Commission, 1915-1916. 

11. Biennial Report of the State School for the Blind and the Deaf, 1915- 

1916. 

12. Biennial Report of the State Hospital, Raleigh, 1915-1916. 

13. Biennial Report of the State School for the Deaf, Morganton, N. C. 

1915-1916. 

14. Biennial Report of the State Hospital, Morganton, N. C, 1915-1916. 

15. Biennial Report of the State Prison. 1915-1916. 

16. Biennial Report of the State Hospital at Goldsboro, 1915-1916. 
n. Biennial Repoit of the State Library, 1915-1916. 

20. Biennial Report of the State Board of Health, 1915-1916. 

20Vi Annual Report of the State Sanatorium for the Treatment of Tuber- 
culosis, 1915. 

21. Biennial Report of the Historical Commission, 19151916. 

22. Biennial Report of the East Carolina Teachers Training School. 1915- 

1916. 
2.3. Biennial Report of the Caswell Training School, 1915-1916. 

24. Biennial Report of the Fisheries Commission Board, 1915-1916. 

25. Biennial Report of the CuUowhee Normal and Industrial School, 1915- 

1916. 
liii. Biennial Report of the Negro Agricultural and Technical College, 

1915-1916. 
27. Biennial Report of the State Normal and Industrial College, 1915-1916. 
2S. Biennial Report of the State Colored Normal Schools, and Cherokee 

Normal School, 191.5-1916. 



INAUGURAL ADDRESS 

OF 

Governor T. W. Bickett 

OF NORTH CAROLINA 

I ■R0U6HT0H PRINTINO CO.. RALII«H, N. C 



INAUGURAL ADDRESS 



T. W. BICKETT 



GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA 



Gentlemen of the General Assembly: 

I have no genius for destruction. Sense and poetry agree that a man 
must follow his natural bent. It results that the activities of this admin- 
istration must be exerted along constructive lines. If there be a man in 
Korth Carolina who desires to drain a swamp or terrace a hillside; if 
there be a farmer who is struggling to escape from the crop lien's deadly 
clutch ; if there be a tenant who hungers for a vine and fig tree he may 
call his own, I want all such to know that the Governor of the State will 
count it honor and joy to rise up at midnight and lend a helping hand. 

If there be men or combinations of men who want to build factories 
that will multiply the value of our raw products; to harness our streams 
and redeem the sad waste of the waters ; to construct or equip railroads 
that will insure adequate transportation for our growing commerce ; to 
form or maintain insurance companies that will keep at home the 
Niagara of gold that has been flowing out of the State, I want these men 
to feel that the State recogiiizes their wisdom and their worth, and places 
no discount on their patriotism. 

If there be physicians who, with that divine self-forgetfulness that is 
the birthmark of their calling, are willing to trace disease to its most 
hidden lair, and plant the banners of Life in the very strongholds of 
Death, I want them to know that the State sees a new salvation in their 
sacrificial labors, and stands ready to clothe them with all needful 
authority, and place an unlimited armamentarium at their command. 

For four years I want labor and capital, learning and art, and the life 
and letter of the law to be devoted to making every acre and every 
stream, every human and every mechanical unit in the Commonwealth 
be and do its level best. 

I doubt not that with the wheat will spring up the tares, and to some 
successor of mine who glories in cremation I shall bequeath the joy of 
gathering the tares into bundles and burning them in unquenchable fire. 
To me the call is definite and despotic, to toil and tire not, that all the 
fields may come white to the harvest. 



4 Document No. 1 [Session 

Sucli are my hopes and higli resolves. But in civic life aspirations 
and ideals are without value save as they inspire measures that make 
far the common good. Living problems confront us. Ills that hurt 
require remedies that heal. The hour calls for action, and "Faith with- 
out works is dead." 

I 

THE TRANSLATION OF A TENANT INTO A LANDLORD 

The first and dearest work of this administration will be a supreme 
effort to translate the tenants of the State into landlords. Here and 
now, in the presence of God and these witnesses, I consecrate myself, 
and all the power and prestige of my office, to this endeavor. I shall 
neither rest nor permit the State to rest until every honest, industrious, 
and frugal man who tills the soil has a decent chance to own it. I am 
driven to this undertaking by the tyranny of a conviction that such a 
work is essential, not alone to the wholesome development, but to the 
enduring safety of the State. That wizard of the Northwest, James J. 
Hill, once said: "Land without population is a wilderness; population 
without land is a mob." Today 84 per cent of the people of Mexico are 
without land, and riots and revolutions result as the sparks fly upward. 
There can be no government for the many while the lands belong to the 
few, for the history of the world teaches that the men who own the land 
will rule it. 

The homesteader is the most con'servative and at the same time most 
militant force in our civilization. He is a lover of peace, a pioneer in 
progress, but a very demon in battle when danger threatens the land he 
loves. The small farm, owned by the man who tills it, is the best plant- 
bed in the world in which to grow a patriot. Such a condition brings 
wealth to the soil and health to the souls of men. On such a farm it is 
possible to produce anything from two pecks of potatoes to the hill to 
a President of the United States. Every consideration of progress and 
of safety urges us to employ all wise and just measures to get our lands 
into the hands of the many, and forestall that most destructive of all 
monopolies, the monopoly of the soil. 

To this end I earnestly urge a constitutional amendment granting to 
the General Assembly the power to exempt from taxation notes and 
mortgages given in good faith for the purchase price of a home in an 
amount not exceeding $3,000 and running not more than twenty years. 
Such an exemption would bring the necessary money to every honest 
and industrious man who desires to own his own home. It would mean 
a premium of 40 per cent on the income from such a loan, and the money 
lender, tempted by this premium, would seek out worthy tenants and 



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encourage them to climb to a higher livel by becoming owners of the soil. 
Such a law would be a twofold blessing. It would be a blessing to our 
widows and orphans by enabling them to derive a reasonable income 
from the savings left them by husband and father. Today the average 
tax on solvent credits in the towns is $2.40 on the $100. The income 
fixed by law is $6, leaving to the widows and orphans only $3.60. None 
but widows and orphans, and a few ultra honest men, pay this confis- 
catory tax. It is the essence of tyranny, imposed upon the most innocent 
and helpless class of our citizens, and cannot be defended in any forum 
of common justice or common sense. The proposed amendment would 
open a new door of hope to the tenants, and the women and children 
would rise up and call us blessed. Such a law would be in line with the 
Federal Farm Loan Act, which exempts from taxation of every kind 
notes and mortgages given to the land banks, and worthy tenants would 
have extended to them both State and Federal aid in their efforts to 
better their condition. 

II 

THE REGEXERATION OF THE SOIL 

To be of permanent value the conversion of the tenant into a land- 
lord must be followed by a constant regeneration of the soil. To insure 
everlasting life, not only a man, but the dust from which he sprung, 
"must be born again." There can be no enduring prosperity for the men 
who till the land until the basic principles of good farming are univer- 
sally understood and universally applied. 

The defect in our agricultural development is that it has been "in 
spots." Under the present system the people who are in the sorest need 
of instruction are the very last to receive it. It is my purpose to make 
every rural school a farm-life school. A simple manual of good farm- 
ing, applicable to actual Xorth Carolina conditions, should be prepared 
by the Commissioner of Agriculture, the President of the Agricultural 
and Mechanical College, and the State Superintendent of Public In- 
struction. This book ought to be printed by the State, and furnished 
to the people — children and adults — at prime cost. The teacher in every, 
rural school should be required to study the book and pass an examina- 
tion upon it. It should be made a part of every public school course, 
.-nid no warrant should issue for the salary of any teacher save upon cer- 
tificate that the prescribed course in agriculture had been fully and faith- 
fully taught. 

Every country boy who can spell "baker" ought to have hammered 
into him the great and simple truths about humus, seed selection, deep 
plowing, rotation of crops. The Ten Commandments of Agriculture laid 



6 Document N'o. 1 [Session 

down by Dr. S. A. Knapp ought to be written in letters of gold, framed 
and bung on tbe walls of eveiy schoolroom. The pupils should be 
required to commit these commandments to memory, recite them in con- 
cert every day until they become a part and parcel of tbe intellectual 
and moral constitution of the country boy, so that he would be as greatly 
shocked to see his neighbor violating the commandment, "Use seed of 
the best variety, intelligently selec-ted and carefully stored," as he would 
to see him violate the command, "Thou slialt not steal." 

THE MODEL ACRE 

As a part of this eternal drilling in the fundamentals of good farming, 
there should be cultivated a model acre in connection with every rural 
school. This acre ought to be tbe blackboard on which should be demon- 
strated the theories taught in class. I believe that in every district can 
be found a patriot who would grant or lease for a nominal sum from 
one to five acres of land for the use of the public school. On this land 
could be carried on demonstration work now done by the State and 
Federal Governments, and all the people in the district would benefit 
thereby. Various ways for cultivating the land could be devised, so that 
it would not only yield invaluable instruction, but would be a source of 
substantial revenue to the school. I am convinced that in this way 
funds could be raised to buy books, maps, musical instruments, and a 
complete equipment for a modern school. 

If the theories of good farming are correct, they ought to pay hand- 
some dividends on the school farm. If they are theories only, and are 
not adapted to the actual conditions of farming in the district, then it 
would be worth much to the people to have this made plain. Such a 
school farm would become not only the agricultural but the social center 
of the district, and would enrich the entire life of the community. 

And the girls should be trained as faithfully in the science of the 
kitchen as the boys are in that of the cornfield. How to plan and how 
to prepare a well-balanced meal out of the food that is produced on the 
average farm ought to be taught to every girl in every school in the 
State. To this end the General Assembly should by all means take steps 
to multiply the number of home demonstration agents in every county 
in the State. The blessings of the fireless cooker and the iceless refriger- 
ator ought to be brought to the attention of every household, and every 
woman ought to be given an opportunity to know how to save all surplus 
fruits and vegetables for winter use, and thereby conserve the family 
health and the family wealth. 



1917] DOCUMEXT No. 1 7 

III 

A CKUSADE AGAIXST THE CROP LIEN 

The crop lien is the hell weevil of North Carolina. It is "the pesti- 
lence that walketh in darkness." It is "the destruction that wasteth at 
noonday." How a man can carry a crop lien and escape both the poor- 
house and the penitentiary "passeth all understanding." 

The merchant is no more to blame for this evil than the farmer. Both 
are victims of a system that rewards laziness and e.xtravaganee and pun- 
ishes industry and economy. The man who pays at all pays twice, for 
himself and for his neighbor who does not pay. The moment this ceases 
to be true the time merchant goes into bankruptcy. Time prices are not 
fixed with reference to a reasonable profit on the article sold, but are 
based upon a speculation as to how many customers will fail to pay up. 
There is in the system more of the elements of a lottery than of a legiti- 
mate business. 

I fully recognize the evil, but I am not persuaded that a statute 
making it unlawful to give a mortgage on a growing crop is the appro- 
priate remedy. Such a statute might prove a "beautiful operation," but 
I fear that many of the patients would die on the table. Under this 
treatment, instead of lifting a worthy tenant to the place of a landlord, 
we might reduce him to the position of an hireling. The man who gives 
a crop lien is a prisoner; of this there can be no doubt. But instead of 
burning the jail down over the prisoner's head, would it not be a saner 
and safer course to give him a chance to break out? Several avenues 
of escape are suggested : 

1. The one sure way to kill a crop lien is to starve it to death. And 
the sure way for a farmer to starve a crop lien is to feed himself. 
Bread, bacon, and buttermilk, all produced on the fann, are as fatal to 
a crop lien as quinine is to malaria. This treatment reaches the cause 
of the disease ; all others deal simply with its effects. We need to ham- 
mer home the everlasting truth that for the farmer there is no way to 
financial independence save through full cribs, smokehouses, and pas- 
tures. 

If I were the Czar of North Carolina, instead of the Governor, I 
would issue an edict declaring that from and after five years from date 
any man who imported into North Carolina any com or meal, wheat or 
flour, beef or bacon, should be forthwith hanged without trial by jury, 
and without benefit of clergy. Of course, in the beginning, I would be 
denounced as an infamous tyrant; but after the law had been in effect 
for ten years the richest State in the Union would build a monument 
to me as the financial redeemer of my people. 



8 Document No. 1 [Session 

2. But there are some ways in whicli tbe General Assembly can lend 
a helping hand while the farmer is working out his perfect salvation. 
The formation of credit unions, under existing laws, should be encour- 
aged in a substantial way. Today it is nobody's particular business to 
organize these unions, and although the law has been on the books for 
several years, comparatively none have been organized. The Agricul- 
tural Department should be equipped with two field men whose sole 
business it should be to explain these credit unions to the people and 
assist in their organization. 

The same force could explain to the people the operation of the State 
law exempting from taxation notes and mortgages given for the pur- 
chase price of a home, and could organize local homestead associations 
for the purpose of aiding and encouraging worthy tenants to become 
landlords. In this way the maximum of good possible under these laws 
would be secured to the people. 

A powerful stimulus to the formation, and a guaranty of the success 
of these credit unions would be a law permitting the unions to charge a 
commission not exceeding 10 per cent for negotiating loans for members. 
This commission should be used to cover any losses sustained by the 
union on account of loans secured for members. A crop lien is essen- 
tially a precarious security. Though the best of judgment may be exer- 
cised, some losses are bound to occur. The union should have a fund to 
cover these losses, and at the end of the year so much of the fund as is 
not required to save the union harmless on account of loans should be 
returned to the borrowers. In this way the borrowers would carry the 
risk at actual cost. 

I am of opinion that it would be wise to allow banks and individuals 
to charge, in lieu of interest, a commission not exceeding 10 per cent on 
money advanced to make a crop to farmers who, according to the tax 
books, are worth less than the exemptions allowed by law. As I have 
said, there is an element of risk in money so advanced, and no man is 
going to assume this risk unless he is paid for it. To expect a man who 
is insolvent, and who has no security to offer save an unplanted crop, to 
obtain money on the same terms accorded high-class investments is an 
idle dream. If we are to give practical help to the farmer who wants 
to get rid of the crop lien, we must apply to his case the principles of 
business, and not the instincts of benevolence. 

It is susceptible of mathematical demonstration that if a farmer could 
get the cash with which to buy his supplies on a basis of 10 per cent, the 
savings between that rate and the time price would in four years put 
the farmer on an absolute cash basis, and free him from the crop lien 
forever. With a campaign insistent and eternal in favor of home- 



1917] • DocmiENT No. 1 9 

grown bread, beef, and bacon ; witb our small farmers given an oppor- 
tunity to obtain casb for a reasonable premium on the risk incurred, 
instead of being forced to buy commodities at unconscionable profits, the 
faith is justified that in a few years a crop lien would be a curiosity in 
North Carolina. 

IV 

THE BRIDLING OF THE WATERS 

An idle stream is just as inexcusable as an idle man. Every running 
brook in North Carolina ought to be bridled and made to do its duty. 
Nothing adds more to the comfort and the health of the home than run- 
ning water. At comparatively small expense running water and electric 
lights can be installed in thousands of country homes. To encourage the 
use of the water and the power it carries, I recommend that the State 
Highway Commission be provided with a force of hydraulic and electric 
engineers, whose duty it will be upon request to examine water-powers, 
and submit plans and specifications to citizens who desire to install 
water and lights in their homes. Expert knowledge is required to pass 
on these propositions, and our people ought to be protected from those 
whose only interest is that they have something to sell. 

V 

RURAL TELEPHONES 

Every farm home should have a telephone in it. It makes for safety, 
economy, and the enrichment of the social life of the community. It 
brings a community close together, and keeps it in contact with the big 
currents of life. 

Rural telephone systems can be installed at a low cost. Union County 
affords an example of what can be done in this respect. But here again 
expert knowledge is necessary. Promoters and speculators sometimes 
take advantage of the desire of a country community for a telephone 
service to victimize the people. The State Highway Commission should 
be required to furnish to any rural community, desiring to establish a 
telephone service, plans and specifications showing the reasonable cost 
of the construction and maintenance of such a system. 

VI 

THE SCnOOLHOUSE THE SOCIAL CENTER 

The pathos of rural life is its loneliness. Thousands of boys and girls 
are literally driven from country life because of lack of wholesome 
diversions. The wives of many farmers are found in hospitals for the 



10 Document No. 1 . [Session 

insane because their lives are the same yesterday, today, and forever. 
By making tlie sehoolhouse the social as well as the educational center 
of the district much of this monotony can be relieved; and this can be 
done by a series of entertainments as helpful as they are diverting. To 
this end moving picture entertainments could be given at stated intervals 
in the schoolliouses. There is a moving picture service conceived and 
perfected by high-grade men to do this very kind of work. It has been 
well said of this service, "It offers real education, visualized in gripping 
and entertaining form ; clear instruction in those subjects most vital to 
the success of the country family, great moral and religious truths made 
brilliantly convincing, and the broadest outlook upon all life definitely 
focused upon a complete country life." 

I earnestly advocate the enactment of a law authorizing the county 
boards of education, by and with the approval of the State Department 
of Education, to arrange for a service of this kind in such districts as it 
is found practicable to do so. To this end I urge the appropriation by 
the State, out of the general fund, of the sum of $50,000 per annum, 
with the proviso that not more than one-third of the cost of the service 
may be paid by the State, the other two-thirds to be paid by the county 
boards of education and the people of the district on terms fixed by the 
board. 

I am profoundly convinced that no $50,000 appropriated by the State 
for educational purposes could yield larger dividends. Such a service 
would not only bring before the people in impressive form the latest and 
finest achievements in farm life, but it would in a large measure elimi- 
nate one of the moving causes of the flow of population from the country 
to the town. 

VII 

THE UPKEEP OF THE ROADS 

In every county or road district where bonds have been issued for the 
construction of roads, the county commissioners should be compelled to 
levy an annual maintenance tax bearing a certain per cent to the amount 
of the bonds issued, such per cent to be worked out by the State High- 
way Commission. To spend $100,000 to build roads and then leave them 
without any provision for maintenance is folly equal to that indulged in 
by the farmer who buys $1,000 worth of farm machinery and then 
refuses to build a shed under which to keep it. 

All the license fees paid by the owners of automobiles ought to be paid 
to the State and disbursed by .the State Highway Commission in the 
maintenance of State roads, so as to comply with the requirements of the 
Federal Government for the upkeep of roads built under the Federal 
Good Roads Act. 



1917] Document No. 1 11 

The po^^•ers of tlie State Highway Commission should he enlarged so 
as to give it supen-ision over all contracts made for road or bridge build- 
ing, and it should be supplied with an adequate force of engineers for 
this purpose. 

VIII 

ANOTHER CHANCE FOB THE CHILDEEN 

The Constitutional Amendment requiring a six months school for 
every child in the State ought to be resubmitted to the people on its own 
merits, unassociated with any other amendment. The children are enti- 
tled to have the voter cast a single ballot declaring whether he is or is 
not in favor of a larger opportunity for the child. Every town child has 
this much schooling already, and no man can look a country boy in the 
face and deny him the right of an equal start. 

IX 

INCORPORATION OF RURAL COMMUNITIES 

Eural communities should be given the right to incorporate by a vote 
of the people of the community. Such corporations, wisely and con- 
servatively formed, will make it possible to do many things for the up- 
building of country life that are impossible so long as the community 
has no legal entity. 

I have suggested nine measures, all designed to serve one end, that is, 
to make life on the farm just as profitable, and just as attractive, as life 
in the town. I believe in the justice and efficacy of these measures, but I 
do not bow down to them nor worship them. If any one can point out a 
more excellent way of attaining the desired end, I shall greatly rejoice. 
What I am trying to do is to focus the thought of the State on the sub- 
ject, for I know that if I can get two million people to think on these 
things with the intensity and constancy their superlative importance de- 
mands, some mind among the millions will find the best remedy for 
every evil and the best path to every good. 

Every suggestion made carries with it the initial and never to be for- 
gotten requirement that the people themselves must be willing to pursue 
knowledge, and practice the homely virtues of industry and economy. 
No legislation can guarantee to ignorance the dividends of intelligence. 
Justice, equal and exact, can never deliver to idleness the fruits of indus- 
try. It would be a mistaken charity that would give to extravagance 
and frugality the same reward. 



12 Document 'No. 1 ' [Session 

A LOGICAL rUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM 

It is possible to justify a uniform system of appointing the members 
of the county boards of education and the county superintendent of pub- 
lie instruction. It is possible to justify a uniform system of electing 
these officials by a vote of the people. The present mongrel system, 
whereby in twenty counties these officials are elected by a vote of the 
people, and in eighty counties by the General Assembly, cannot be justi- 
fied in any forum of common justice or common sense. 

The avowed object in having the boards of education elected by the 
General Assembly is to keep the schools out of politics-. But the plain 
truth is, to make the naming of the county boards of education a per- 
quisite of a member of the General Assembly often puts the schools in 
the very worst kind of politics. 

I am profoundly convinced that the welfare of the children of the 
State would be promoted by the appointment of a Central Educational 
Commission of not more than seven men, chosen by reason of their 
known interest in the cause of public education, and clothing this com- 
mission with power to name the county boards of education in all the 
counties in the State, and clothing the coimty boards with power to name 
the superintendent and committeemen. Both on the central commission 
and the county boards the minority party should be given reasonable 
representation, and each member of the central commission and each 
member of the county board of education should, upon assuming office, 
be required to subscribe to an oath that in all cases he would vote for the 
men best qualified to serve the educational interests of the State and 
county, without regard to political considerations. 

MANUFACTURING 

Next in importance to agriculture is the manufacturing industry of 
the State. This industry afi^ords employment to thousands of our citi- 
zens, and creates more than $300,000,000 of wealth every year. An in- 
dustry of such gigantic proportions is deserving of the State's fostering 
care. Our manufacturers ask for no subsidies and no special privileges 
of any kind. They do ask and deserve to be treated with sympathetic 
consideration. As a class they are humane, forward-looking men, 
earnestly desirous of making the most of our natural resources, and they 
rightly resent being thought of as cannibals who delight to feast on the 
flesh of women and children. 

I am persuaded that practical regulations that make for health and 
safety, and for the proper conservation of womanhood and childhood. 



1917] DoorMENT No. 1 13 

will meet with no organized opposition at the hands of these men. I 
insist that legislation with respect to our mills and factories should bo 
made with reference to the living conditions that confront us, and not 
with reference to the theories of the professional agitator. I insist that 
our legislation shall reflect the conscience of North Carolina, and not 
the covetousness of New England. 

I am convinced that in North Carolina there is less of friction between 
labor and capital than in any State in the American Union where so 
large a number of operatives are eniployed. And this sympathetic rela- 
tion between employer and employee ought to be fostered by laws that 
will appeal to the judgment and conscience of those most vitally con- 
cerned. 

I offer these suggestions : 

1. The owner of every mill located within reasonable reach of a public 
water supply ought to be required to install running water in the homes 
leased to operatives. No one convenience would do more to lighten the 
labors of the women, and preserve the health of the entire family and 
community. 

2. Our State antitrust law should be amended so as to permit the 
same combinations for the advancement of our trade with foreign lands 
as are proposed in the Webb bill now pending before Congress. Given 
the proper encouragement from National and State authorities, our 
mills are ready and able to secure trade in every corner of the world. I 
long to see the day when every bale of cotton grown in the South will be 
spun and woven in the South, and when this day comes the South will 
be the greatest lender instead of the greatest borrower on earth. 

3. My third suggestion is that a committee composed of representa- 
tives appointed by the North Carolina Manufacturers' Association, the 
Commissioner of Labor, and the State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion should prepare a plain, simple course dealing with the science of 
manufacturing, and this course should be mads a part of the public school 
curriculum in every industrial center. The boys and girls who are 
already at work in our mills, and those who expect to become operatives, 
ought to be taught the underlying principles of the business in which 
they are to engage. The mill worker is entitled to know, not only what 
to do, but why he does it. In this way the head will acquire knowledge 
while the hand increases its cunning, and the final result will be a man 
instead of a machine. This process will enable our mills to produce 
their own experts, and every mill worker can enjoy a well-grounded hope 
of rising to a higher and more lucrative position. I am persuaded that 
if invited to do so, our manufacturers would be glad to send, at stated 
periods, trained, practical men into the schools in their communities to 



14 Document N"o. 1 [Session 

give the children instruction in the underlying principles of the particu- 
lar work in which they are engaged. 

The Textile Department of our Agricultural and Mechanical College 
is doing a most excellent work with the force and equipment at its com- 
mand. But North Carolina ranks next to Massachusetts in the textile 
industry, and promises soon to stand at the very head of the column, 
and I insist that the Textile Department of the College be enlarged both 
with respect to teachers and equipment, to such an extent that it will be 
recognized that North Carolina affords the very best textile training to 
be found in the United States. 

TAXATION 

My views in regard to taxation were embodied in a pamphlet sub- 
mitted to the Constitutional Commission in 1913, and in a paper read 
before the North Carolina Press Association in 1914. Since the tax- 
ation amendment was rejected by the people, I have had no opportunity 
to make such further study of the subject as would justify the submission 
of any particular plan at this time. It is my purpose to thoroughly in- 
vestigate the subject within the next two years, and I suggest that the 
General Assembly direct the Governor, the Chairman of the State Tax 
Commission, and the State Treasurer to make an extensive investigation, 
and submit a comprehensive plan of taxation to the next General As- 
sembly. 

In the meantime, I desire to say, in order that our people may be 
giving the matter thought, that in my opinion any plan of taxation that 
will raise sufficient revenues, and be at all acceptable to our people, must 
involve the separation of the sources of State and local revenues. If 
this fundamental principle can once be agreed upon, its application will 
become a matter of detail. 

I earnestly urge this General Assembly, through its appropriate com- 
mittees, to at once take an account of what the fixed charges of the State 
Government will amount to within the next two years and what the in- 
come of the^tate will be from all known sources, and I insist that appro- 
priations shall not be made until the means for meeting such appropri- 
ations are devised. 



The State Board of Health should be given ample funds to continue 
and enlarge its work. The hw should require a careful examination of 
every child who enters a public school, at least twice a year. This can 
be done by whole-time county health officers, or by representatives of the 
State Board as the conditions may warrant; but the law should compel 
it to be done. 



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"The riches of a Commonwealth 
Are free, strong minds, and hearts of health." 

To insure such riches intelligent examination of the children at stated 
intervals is absolutely necessary. 

The State Board desenes the unqualified support of the General As- 
sembly in its campaign against quacks and quackery. The law requires 
a man to have a diploma from a first-class medical college, and to stand 
a rigid examination before the IS'orth Carolina Board of Medical Ex- 
aminers, before he is allowed to write a single prescription for a patient 
in iN^orth Carolina. And yet we pei'mit the sale of nostrums to our peo- 
ple without any adequate knowledge of whether or not they are injurious 
to health or have any medicinal value whatever. 

I am in favor of a law making it a felony for any man to sell, ofFer 
for sale, or advertise for sale in North Carolina any proprietary or 
patent medicine purporting to cure cancer, consumption, diabetes, paraly- 
sis, epilepsy, Bright's disease, or any other disease for which the North 
Carolina Medical Association and the American Medical Association de- 
clare that no cure has been discovered. 

I am earnestly in favor of a law requiring all vendors of proprietory 
medicines to file with the State Board of Health a statement showing the 
exact composition of such medicines, and that the State Board be em- 
powered to forbid the sale of such proprietary medicines in the State of 
North Carolina if in its opinion it is without curative value in the treat- 
ment of the disease it purports to cure. 

A bill is being prepared by our Health Department that will deal fully 
and adequately with this subject, and I give to this bill my most emphatic 
indorsement. 

ABSENTEE VOTING 

The General Assembly should, without fail, make provision for our 
citizens whose work keeps or carries them away from home, to partici- 
pate in our elections. There is no constitutional difficulty in the way 
of such a law, and every consideration of justice and expediency favors it. 

ROTATION IN OFFICE 

The genius of Democracy is as much opposed to monopoly of office as to 
any other kind of monopoly. In order to have a government by the peo- 
ple there should be occasional changes in the individuals who administer 
public affairs. It is written in our State Constitution that a Governor 
cannot succeed himself, and the refusal of Washington to serve as Presi- 
dent more than two terms so appealed to the judgment of the American 
people that it has become an unwritten law. 



16 Document No. 1 [Session 

It is not wholesome for the public, nor for the men who hold the 
ofEees, for our officials to have an indefinite tenure. Young men justly 
demand that they be given opportunity to show what they can do in the 
public service, without having to oppose men whose long possession of 
an ofiice has well-nigh ripened into a fee-simple title. New blood will 
make for wholesome growth. I am satisfied that a constitutional amend- 
ment limiting State ofiieers to two successive tenns, and county officers 
to three successive terms, would result in increased efficiency and dimin- 
ished strife. Of course, such an amendment ought not to apply to offi- 
cers in the judicial, educational, and health departments. 

THE SHORT BALLOT 

I am thoroughly converted to the wisdom of the short ballot. When 
Woodrow Wilson, while he was Governor of New Jersey, spoke in the 
Capitol Square at Raleigh, he said that the old admonition, "Not to put 
all your eggs in one basket," was not political wisdom. Said he, "The 
thing for the public to do is to put all of its eggs in one basket and 
then watch that basket." 

It is simply impossible for the average man in North Carolina who 
reads and takes a live interest in public affairs to acquaint himself suffi- 
ciently with all of the men who run for State administrative offices to 
pass upon them with any satisfaction to himself. Moreover, experience 
and observation teach that it is well-nigh impossible to induce men who 
are best qualified to hold administrative offices to run for them in State- 
wide primaries and in general elections. The Governor and the Lieuten-- 
ant Governor of the State should be elected by the people, and all admin- 
istrative officers should be appointed. I feel no embarrassment in taking 
this position, for the reason that the change in the law would require a 
constitutional amendment, and could not possibly be effective during the 
present administration. 

THE STATE HOSPITALS 

The saying of Wilson, "Put your eggs in one basket and watch that 
basket," applies to the management of our State hospitals for the insane. 
Under the present arrangement, with a different board of directors for 
each hospital, no director feels that any great responsibility rests on him. 
Some of the very wisest and best men who are now serving on these 
boards, and have served heretofore, have told me that it was impossible in 
the limited time given by the directors to the supervision of the institu- 
tions to acquire any adequate knowledge of their conduct. One director 
stated to me that he refused to further serve on a board because he was 
not willing to be held responsible by the public for the management of an 



1917] DoriMEXT Xo. 1 17 

institution about Tvliose management lie did not know, and could not 
know enough to form an intelligent opinion. 

I am of opinion tliat the three hospitals for the insane ought to be 
under the management of a single board of not more than seven men. 
These hospitals do a common work, and are supported from a common 
fund, and I can see no good reason for a divided management. Under 
the new system the directors would give a sufficient amount of time to 
the supervision of the institutions to acquire accurate information con- 
cerning them. By the constant comparison of the work of one institution 
with that of another, the best in each could be used to the advantage of 
all, and the worst in all could be eliminated. Moreover, in the reports 
to the General Assembly the needs of the insane would be treated as a 
whole, and all jealousies between the several institutions would neces- 
sarily disappear. 

This consolidated board of directors should consist of not more than 
seven, who, in addition to their expenses, should be paid a reasonable 
per diem for their services. The chairman of the consolidated board and 
the superintendent of each hospital should be made a purchasing com- 
mittee, and this committee should buy all the supplies for all the institu- 
tions. 

I am deeply convinced that under this sort of management the effi- 
ciency of the institutions would be increased, and many thousands of 
dollars would be saved to the State. 

ARICULTURAL DEPARTMENT 

After a most careful study of the situation, I am convinced that in the 
interest of economy and intelligent work, the Agricultural Department 
and the I^orth Carolina College of Agriciilture and Mechanical Arts 
ought to be under the same management. The College ought to be simply 
a division of the Department. Under the present system it is impossible 
to avoid duplication of work. There cannot be perfect cooperation be- 
tween the two when each has only a vague knowledge of what the other 
is doing, and each is endeavoring to cover the widest possible field. 

I earnestly urge that the members of the Board of Agriculture be 
made ex officio directors of the College, and that the Department of 
Agriculture be transferred to the College grounds, and a suitable build- 
ing costing not less than $250,000 be erected for its accommodation. This 
building should be paid for by the State, and not out of the funds of the 
Department. 

The young men in attendance upon the College could do a considerable 
part of the work of the Department, and in this way numbers of worthy 



18 Document 'No. 1 [Session 

young men could obtain substantial assistance in getting an education, 
■wbile the entire student body would acquire considerable knowledge of 
tbe work done by the Department, and diffuse this knowledge through- 
out the State. 

THE STATE PRISON 

I am convinced that the only justification for the punishment of crime 
is the protection of the public and the reformation of the criminal. Any- 
thing that savors of vindictiveness is indefensible in the administration 
of the law. 

When the State sends a citizen to prison he ought to be made to feel 
that his punishment is a just measure imposed for the purpose of pre- 
venting himself and others from committing further crimes, and that 
pending his imprisonment the State desires to afford him every oppor- 
tunity to become a good citizen. 

To this end quarters comfortable and sanitary ought to be provided 
for all prisoners. Experience has demonstrated that it is impossible to 
provide such quarters for the average county chain-gang. To send a 
man to a county chain-gang for more than two years is cruel and ex- 
cessive punishment. N"o man can serve on a county chain-gang more 
than two years without permanent injury to his health. Moreover, the 
guarding is inefficient and the temptation to escape is so great to a long- 
time prisoner, that many make the attempt and succeed. Again, the 
work is done without skillful supervision, and there is a great economic 
loss of labor. 

For these reasons I urge the enactment of a general law strictly limit- 
ing the time a man can be sent to a county chain-gang to two years. All 
other convicts should be sent to the State Prison. 

The prison at Raleigh represents an inexcusable waste of capital. A 
million dollar plant is maintained in which to transact a business that 
could be carried on more economically in a plant costing not more than 
$100,000. It is absolutely necessary to build new quarters for the con- 
victs on the State farm. The present quarters are neither safe nor sani- 
tary, nor can they be made so. 

I recommend that quarters be built on the State farm amply suffi- 
cient to take care of all convicts, and that the entire administration of 
the State Prison be conducted from the State farm, and that the prison 
at Raleigh be converted into a hospital for the insane, reserving for 
the use of the State Prison a few cells for the reception of prisoners, 
and for the execution of those upon whom the death sentence is im- 
posed. 



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At present many unfortunate people bereft of reason are knocking 
at the doors of our hospitals for the insane and are turned away be- 
cause there is no room. The worst type of patients, both at Raleigh and 
Morganton, could be transferred to the new building at Raleigh, thereby 
releasing many rooms in the hospitals at Raleigh and Morganton. 

The prison authorities ought to be directed to make a careful study 
of the subject, and report to the next General Assembly an estimate of 
the net earnings of the convicts after paying all expenses incurred by 
the State, and submit a plan for disbursing these net earnings to the 
dependent families of convicts. 

Gentlemen of the General Assembly, ladies and gentlemen, I have 
endeavored to visualize my dream of a fairer and finer State. I have 
outlined the means by which I hope to make the dream come true. And 
the means all reach out to a single end — a larger hope, a wider door 
for the average man than he has ever known. 

With a six months school guaranteed to every child ; with the forces 
of disease routed from their ancient strongholds ; with the curse of 
rum lifted from every home; with our fields tilled by the men who own 
and therefore love them ; with our harvests free from the crop lien's 
deadly blight; with modern conveniences and wholesome diversions 
within reach of every country home, our dear old State, released from 
her bondage to the blood-kin tyrants of ignorance, poverty, disease, and 
crime, will begin to realize her finest possibilities in riches and grace ; 
will assume her rightful place in the march of civilization, and from the 
blue of the mountains to the blue of the sea there will spring up a 
hardier, holier race, not unlike the giants that walked the earth when 
the sons of God mated with the daughters of men. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



TREASURER OF NORTH CAROLINA 



FISCAL YEARS ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1915 



NOVEMBER 30, 1916 



B. R. LACY, State Treasurek 



KALKIGH 

KDU'ABDS & URIiK.HTON I'Kl.VTINii CO. 
StATK I'KINTtRS 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Boartl of Education, 1915 and 1916 50 

Disbursements, General and Special, 1915 16 

Disbursements, General and Special, 1916 17 

Financial Statement (Balance Sheet) 58 

Inheritance Tax Receipts itemized, 1915 • 26 

Inheritance Tax Receipts itemized, 1916 27 

Interest on Bank Balance, 1915 and 1916 45 

Invested in Railroad and Turnpike Stock 57 

Lioans outstanding for Schoolhouses, 1915 and 1916 51 

Pensions paid, 1915 and 1916 (itemized) 59 

Property owned by the State 53 

Public Schools appropriations paid itemized, 1915 46 

Public Schools appropriations paid itemized, 1916 47 

Receipts, General and Special, 1915 12 

Receipts, General and Special, 1916 13 

Receipts from counties itemized. 1915 • 22 

Receipts from counties itemized, 1916 23 

State Debt 57 

Summary of Receipts and Disbursements, 1915. 10 

Summary of Receipts and Disbursements, 1916 11 

Treasurer's Recommendations 3 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

OF THE 

TREASURER OF NORTH CAROLINA 



State of North Carolixa, 
Treasury Department, 
Raleigh, K C, January 2, 1917. 
Hon. Locke Craig, 

Governor of North Carolina. 
Sir : — Herewith is submitted, as required by law, biennial report of 
the operation of the Treasury Department for the two fiscal years end- 
ing November 30, 1915, and November 30, 1916. Attention is called 
to the fact that this report carries considerable information and state- 
ments not pertaining to my Department in any way, in many instances 
estimates having to be made, owing to the information asked for not 
being given. To those that gave the information I am under obliga- 
tions, and to those that failed I have no criticism whatever, for I was 
going beyond my authority in requesting this information, and those 
who furnished it did so by courtesy only. The hypothesis that this 
office is the place of original transactions and controls the actions of 
all departments and institutions is erroneous. This is not the case, as 
is well known to you and the Legislature. My office is, under the law, 
merely a receiving and disbursing office, showing the inflow and outflow 
of cash, governed by sources over which I have no control. Under the 
existing laws I shall make no future effort to compile such an elaborate 
report, which in this instance is made to show how a controlling, and 
accounting system works. Attention is called to the estimated dis- 
bursement statement, which shows only the support appropriation (other 
than the debt of the sums borrowed by the National Guard and Caswell 
Training School) to the institutions based upon 1916 appropriations. 
Each institution was asked to furnish amount and purpose of addi- 
tional appropriation to be applied for. A few only responded to the 
request, some, however, rendering excuses for failure to do so. It is, 
therefore, needless for me to state that T cannot furnish this informa- 
tion. 



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The conditions of the State's finances are in good shape, and I am 
able to report a surplus in estimate of disbursements from receipts for 
the next two years after deducting the operating deficit November 30, 
1916. 

Comments and recommendations that I am of the opinion will be 
helpful to the Legislature follow, as well as the statements heretofore 
mentioned. 

Condition op Balance November 30, 1916, Under Actual Opekating Conditions 

Available Funds: 

Balance General and Special funds $220,922.00 

Balance Educational fund 3,701.17 

Taxes due, in course of collection 158,692.39 

$383,315.56 

Charges against same: 

General warrants outstanding $ 65,387.49 

Educational warrants outstanding 912.98 

$ 66,300.47 

Due Automobile fund (unallotted to 

counties) $184,887.27 

Due Forest Reserve fund (unallotted).. 1,053.56 

Due Land Titles fund 13.93 

Accumulated interest to Dec. 1, 1916 126,075.00 

Borrowed money 100,000.00 

Balance Mt. Mitchell Park appropriation. 15,959.88 
Miscellaneous accounts 1,802.43 

429,792.07 

Due State's Prison for railroad stock 56,300.00 

Deficit 109,076.98 

1552,392.54 $552,392.54 

Estimated Receipts and Disbuhsements fob 1917 and 1918 from which Ap- 
propriations AND E.XPENSE OF StATE GOVERNMENT ARE PAID, BASED UPON 
LAST TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE. 

Receipts: 

Ad valorem tax from corporations $1,362,000.00 

Ad valorem tax from counties, including poll for 

pensions and income taxes 3,789,000.00 

Licenses and privileges 1,762,000.00 

Fees 53,000.00 

Railroad dividend 496,024.00 

Oil fund from Agricultural Department 120,000.00 



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Receipts: 

Interest from bank balances $ 20,000.00 

Sale of books 15,000.00 

Miscellaneous 11,000.00 

$7,628,024.00 

Disbursements: 
Agriculture — 

Societies $ 8,000.00 

Hog cholera 10,000.00 

$ 18.000.00 

Confederate Soldiers 1,000,000.00 

Departments 700,000.00 

Hospitals and homes (support only) 1,000,000.00 

Schools and Colleges: 

Public Schools $1,600,000.00 

Colleges and Normal Schools 

(support only) 1.500,000.00 

Caswell Training School, bor- 
rowed money outstanding 10.000.00 

3,110,000.00 

Legislature 75,000.00 

Interest on bonded debt 800,000.00 

National Guard, including special 

expense $ 120,000.00 

National Guard, borrowed money 

outstanding 15,000.00 

135,000.00 

Paper, printing, postage, and stationery 200,000.00 

Public Buildings and Grounds 60,000.00 

Legal services and expenses 10,000.00 

Refund of State taxes 25,000.00 

Contingencies 12.000.00 

Laborers 35.000.00 

Miscellaneous • 12,500.00 

Deficit November 30, 191C 169,076.98 

7,362,576.98 



Estimated surplus ? 265,447.02 

Forest Reserve Fund. 

There is now in the treasury $1,053.36 unallotted incomes from United 
States Forest Eeserves. This sum, under act of Congress, is to be e.x- 
pendpd as the Legislature may prescribe for the benefit of the public 
roads and public schools of the counties in which the forest reserve is 



6 Document No. 4 [Session 

situated. The report from the United States Department of Agricul- 
ture shows the counties involved to be Buncombe, McDowell, Yancey, 
Macon, Swain, Henderson, Transylvania, and Jackson. 

Battle Bond Refund. 

Under chapter 143, Public Laws of 1915, an appropriation of $300 
was made to Dr. Kemp P. Battle in settlement of three $100 University 
debt bonds. This appropriation was paid to Walter Clark, Jr., attor- 
ney, for Dr. Battle. 

As this debt was just, and no interest allowed, I thought that Dr. 
Battle should have kept the entire $300 ; but as he had received $162.49 
on the notes, he insisted on returning that amount to me. Having no 
authority in law to accept such payment, upon advice of the Attorney- 
General I am holding the $162.49 for final action of the Legislature. 

Sums Borrowed by National Ouard and Caswell Training School. 

Under the advice and approval of the Council of State, the National 
Guard borrowed $15,000 to meet the expenses of the mobilization of the 
Guard at Camp Glenn, Morehead City, N. C, prior to proceeding to 
the Mexican border under call of the President. 

The trustees of the Caswell Training School stated that it was abso- 
lutely necessary for them to borrow $10,000 for a building, which was 
authorized by the Council of State. These two items the Legislature 
should make provisions to meet. 

Cost of Beprints of Supreme Court Beports. 

The fund derived from the sale of Supreme Court Reports is applied 
to the cost of reprinting. The cost of reprinting for 1916 exceeded the 
income from sales by $5,531.47, which added to a previous excess of 
$9,284.14 makes this account short $14,815.61. The Legislature should 
at least make an appropriation to cover future differences. 

Hiring Detectives. 

The Legislature should make an appropriation for the use of the 
Governor, if needed, and not have this expense charged against the 
account of rewards and expenses of arresting fugitives from justice. 

Bonds Due April 1, 1919. 

Attention is called to the $2,720,000 Construction 6 pet cent bonds 
due April 1, 1919. New bonds will of necessity have to be issued and 
sold to pay the obligation. 



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Mattamuskeet Railway. 

To protect the State's interest in the Mattamuskeet Railway, by 
advice of the Governor and Council of State there was paid to the Bank 
of Belhaven $1,562.56 to prevent foreclosure of judgment against this 
corporation, in which the State owns considerable stock. 

Revenue Act. 

Section S3, Schedule "C," Marriage Licenses, should be placed under 
Schedule "B." This would enable me to more readily separate license 
tax collected in the counties from the ad valorem taxes paid. 

Couniij System of Accounting. 

Several of the public accountants of the State have called my atten- 
tion to the fact that diversified systems of accounting are being in- 
stalled in the counties, and that an underlying principle should be 
adopted, with the State Treasurer in authority, to see that a uniform 
system, as far as possible, is adopted. My attention was called to a 
private act requiring me to approve an accountant to establish a system 
for a county. In my efforts to find one, I found several with divergent 
ideas and systems. I furnished a clerk familiar with this kind of work, 
and the county furnished an expert, resulting in a good system, at little 
cost, satisfactory to all. The expert in question has done as much 
county and city accounting as any in the State, and v^hen he insists 
that I take some action, with the experience before me, I am convinced 
that he and his coworkers are giving good advice ; and if the Legislature 
sees fit to pass a general act requiring me to furnish a clerk, without 
extra compensation, from my office to consult with county authorities 
and accountant employed by them, at such time as may be convenient, 
I would be pleased to render the service. I much prefer this to private 
acts. 

■'^tale Accounting. 

The President of the Municipal Bureau and his two auditors per- 
sonally insist that I undertake the establishing of a proper accounting 
system for the State, stating that the pre.sent system is like that of all 
the other States, and that North Carolina should be the pioneer. If 
the Legislature wants a controlling system — and I indorse the principle — 
I wnll be pleased to handle the matter without cost to the State. 

A ppropriations. 

The key to the whole situation is the appropriation committees. In- 
sistence on creating new oflfices called "budget commission" or under 



8 Docr.MKXT No. 4 [Session 

some other name is without merit, for I am of the opinion the joint 
appropriation committee of the Legislature is as competent as can be 
secured. The past trouble has been in the Legislature passing bills 
carrying appropriations without their knowledge, and again in the 
committee not keeping a reeo"rd of appropriations made, confining them- 
selves only to the bill making appropriation for the institutions. ]\Iy 
report of 1912 to the Legislature called attention to this, in practically 
urging this committee to make it in reality a "budget committee," and 
I want to again urge in words then used : "Permit no expenditure unless 
an appropriation is made to cover." Expense of every department and 
object should be charged against it. I am unable to tell the actual cost 
of my department, and neither can the others. If an appropriation 
should be made to read as follows: 

Treasukt Department 

For Salaries $ 

Enforcing Revenue Act and protection of Treas- 
ury 

Postage, printing, stationery, freight, telephone 

and telegraph expense 



Total ? 

1 could then tell ; but not otherwise. For institutions and every other 
item of expense, the amount to be expended and the purpose should be 
named and fixed. This could be done for everything except fuel, lights. 
and water. We are all furnished from the same source, and that can't 
be separated. The Legislature is in session for sixty days, which is 
certainly sufficient time for those interested to give the appropriation 
committee information as to the sums needed and for what purpose. 
ISTo controlling accounting system can be established unless this is done. 

Treasury Department Salaries. 

I wish to ask for an increase in the salaries of the clerks in my office. 
They are entitled to better pay, not only because of the large volume 
of work which requires their constant attention during the day, and 
frequently at night, but also because of their large responsibility in 
handling and accurately accounting for $5,000,000 annually. 

This condition has existed for years, the clerical force not having 
been increased in twenty-five years, and in my judgment an increase 
in pay now is imperative because of the largely increased co.st of living. 



1917] Document No. 4 9 

and this is a situation that is being recognized all over the eoiiiitrv 
today by banks and other conservative corporations. 

The Chief Clerk should be paid .$3,000 per annum ; the Teller .-fS.OOO ; 
the Institutional Clerk $1,800, and the stenographer, who is really 
Corporation Clerk, .$1,200. 

I recommend these changes as earnestly as I can, and urge yunr 
favorable action. Respectfully submitted, 

B. R. Lacy, 
State Treasurer. 



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SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS 
PlSCAI Years 



Fiscal Yeae Ending Novembek 30, 1915. 

receipts. 

Balance General FymU, December 1, 1914 $ 164,572.23 

Balance Educational Fund, December 1, 1914 5,230.05 



Ad Valorem Taxes: 

General $ 1,780,023.54 

Tensions 340,801.76 $ 2,120,82 



Fees $ 26,856 06 

Licenses 680.016.55 

Loans to State 850,000.00 

Refunds 2,191.34 

Seal tax 3,706 25 

Miscellaneous 156,780.33 1,719,550.53 



Specific purposes $ 764,036.66 

Federal funds 101,476.32 



Board of Education 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Agriculture $ 307,730.82 

Bonds 5,402.00 

Confederate soldiers 490,784.00 

Departments 327,012.31 

Fisheries 25,488 61 

Hospitals and homes 548,945.22 

Interest 407,460.90 

Legislature 82,848.88 

Loans to State paid 375,000 00 

National Guard 56,919.23 

Paper, printins:, postage, stationery 113,299.92 

Public buildings and grounds 58,592.79 

Schoo'.s — Public $750,964.35 

Schools and colleges 884,427.33 1,635,391.68 



State's Prison 169,093.84 

Miscellaneous 130,482.64 



$ 4,705,888.81 
106,222.25 



• $ 4,740.452.84 

Board of Education 108 125,41 



4,848,478.25 



Balance both funds December 1, 1915 ? 133,435.09 

Balance General Fund $ 130,008.20 

Balance Educational Fund 3,426.89 

$ 133,435.09 



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AND DISBURSEMENTS 
1913 AND 1916. 



Fiscal Year Ending November 30, 1916. 

eeceipts. 

Balance General Fund December 1, 1915 * 130,008.20 

Balance Educational Fund December 1, 1915 3,426.89 



$ 133,435.09 



Ad Valorem Taxes : 

General * 2,234,048.87 

Pensions 420,648.84 $ 2,654,1 



Fees $ 27,151 23 

Licenses 971,430.39 

Refunds '. 1,395.40 

Seal tax 2,978.75 

Miscellaneous 196,877.52 1,199,833.29 



Specific purpo.ses $ 993,831.61 

Federal funds 122,516.26 



■ 4,970,878.87 

Board of Education 122,916 28 



$ 5,227,230.24 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

Agriculture $ 355,409.15 

Confederate soldiers 469,392.00 

Departments 352,087.84 

Fisheries 24,452.68 

Hospitals and homes 627,350.00 

Interest 397,944.45 

Legislature 287.40 

Loans to State paid 373,000 00 

National Guard 58,404.69 

Paper, printing, postage, stationery 92,028 06 

Public buildings and grounds 34,132.28 

Schools, public $802,856.01 

Schools and colleges 861,361.57 1,664,217.58 



State's Prison 248,834.20 

Miscellaneous 180,424.74 



■ $ 4,879,965.07 

Board of Education 122,642 09 



$ 5,002,607.16 



Balance both funds December 1, 1916 $ 224,623 08 



Balance General Fund $ 220.922.00 

Balance Educational Fund 3.701.08 



$ 224.623.08 



i 



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STATEMENT OF GENERAL AND SPECIFIC RECEIPTS 

A Summary of the Receipts op the Public and Special Fdnds foe All Pueposes 
DuEiNG THE Fiscal Year Ending November 30, 1915. 

Ad Valorem Tnxes: General. Pension. Total. 

Banks , $ 36,825 07 $ 6,223.97 $ 43,049.04 

Building and loan associations 7,380.87 1,247.56 8,628.43 

Domestic corporations 114.395.32 19,327.75 133,723.07 

Express company 1,538.33 260.00 1,798.33 

Railroad companies 295,774.87 49,990.08 345,764.95 

Refrigerator cars 210.12 35 52 - 245.64 

Sleeping cars 973.35 164.50 1,137.85 

Steamboat and canal companies 638.41 104 92 746.33 

Street railway, light, and water cos 27,808.70 4,700.08 32,508.78 

Telegraph companies 2,579.57 435 98 3,015.55 

Telephone companies 6,808.54 1,152.32 7,960.86 

Taxes from counties 1,285,090.39 218,585.76 1,633,154.58 

Taxes from counties, poll 38,570.32 38,570.32 

$1,780,023.54 $ 340.801.76 $2,120,825.30 

Licenses: 

Automobile dealers $ 16,210.00 

Counties, collected by sheriffs 129,478.41 

Express companies, privilege 12,627.21 

Express companies, receipt tax.' 10,000.00 

Inheritance tax 31,495.06 

Insurance companies, licenses 37,703.81 

Insurance companies, receipt tax 274,332.46 

Mercantile agencies 500.00 

Piano and organ dealers * 1,781.89 

Railroad privilege tax 41,251.74 

Sewing machine dealers 2,104.11 

Telephone companies, receipt tax 30,275.06 $ 587,759,75 

Corporations : 

Franchise $ 67,605.12 

Penalties 1,604 99 

State Department 22,,'>.i6 69 

Treasury Department 490 00 92.2.-,6.80 680,016.55 

Fees: 

Attorney General $ 519.70 

Bank examinations 7,150.00 

Executive Department 3.439.50 

Insurance Department 13,604.16 

State Department 1,480,70 

Treasury Department 662.00 26,856,06 

Loans to State: 

Farmers Loan and Trust Co., New York $ 475,000.00 

National Park Bank, New York 375,000.00 850,000.00 



1917J 



Document No. 4 



13 



FOR FISCAL YEARS 1915 AND 1H16. 



A Summary oi' the Receipts of the Public and Special Funds foe All Purposes 
DrEiNG the Fiscal Tear Ending November 30, 1916. 

Ad Valorem Taxes: General. Penmon. Total. 

Banks $ 73,473.16 $ 12,417.64 $ 8.5,890.80 

Building and loan associations 10,502.54 1.776.73 12,279.27 

Domestic corporations 361,426 72 62,174.94 423.601.66 

Express companies 1,538.32 260 00 1,798.32 

Railroad companies 298,189.35 50,398.10 348,587.45 

Refrigerator cars 153.20 25.90 179.10 

Sleeping cars 1,111.54 187.86 1,299.40 

Steamboat and canal companies 605.28 102.33 707.61 

Street railway, light, and water companies 34,411.65 5,816.06 40,227.71 

Telegraph companies ... 2,360.23 398.91 2,759.14 

Telephone companies 7,192 14 1.215.82 8,407.96 

Taxes from counties 1,443,084.74 244.987.47 1,688.072.21 

Taxes from counties, polls 40,887.08 40,887.08 

$2,234,048.87 $ 420,648.84 $2,654,697.71 

Automobile dealers $ 23,355.00 

Counties, collected by sheriffs 178.425.13 

Express companies, privilege 12,849.39 

Inheritance tax 153,759.18 

Insurance companies, licenses 24,574.58 

Insurance companies, receipt tax 315,808.52 

Mercantile agencies 500.00 

Piano and organ dealers 2,114.58 

Railroad privilege tax • 48,876.98 

Sewing machine dealers 3,242.45 

Telephone companies, receipt tax 26,397.36 

Telegraph companies, privile^-c tax 15,135.48 $ 805,038.65 

Corporations: 

Franchife $ 137,359 59 

Penalties 927.90 

State Department 28.104.25 166,391.74 971,430.39 

Fees: 

Bank examinations $ 7,755.00 

Executive Department 2,931.00 

Insurance Department 14.884 27. 

State Department 1,226.96 

Treasury Department 354 00 27,151.23 



14 Document No. 4 [Session- 

GENERAli AND SPECIFIC 

1915 
Refunds : 

Disabled soldiers $ 140.00 

General Assembly 1-75 

Hospital Commission 354.82 

Legal services -50 

Paper 452.27 

Pensions 

Water, lights, and fuel (Agricultural Department) . 

Seal Tax: 

Executive Department 

State Department 

Treasury Department 

Miscellaneous : 

Additional State taxes 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends.... 

Contingencies 

Incomes, for interest 

Interest on bank balances 

Laws and journals, sale of 

Oil tax, transferred excess 

Postage and stationery 

Sketches North Carolina Regiments, sale of 

State and Colonial Records, sale of 

Supreme Court Reports, sale of 

Trademark registration 



Specific purposes: 

Agricultural Department $ 234,142.72 

Agricultural Dept., oil division 64,688.65 $ 298,831.37 

Audubon Society 2,962.37 

Automobile licenses. State Department 124,739.05 

Fish Commission $ 3,950.00 

Fisheries Commission 4,826.12 

Shellfish Commission 6,633.86 15,409.98 

Forest reserve income 401.21 

Indigent pupils • 8,932.01 

Land titles, assurance of 7.23 

North Carolina Railroad dividends 210,014.00 

State Prison earnings 102,739.44 764,036.66 



Federal funds: 

Experiment Station $ 30.000.00 

N. C. College Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 54,976.32 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 16,500 00 101,476.32 



$4,705,888.81 
Balance December 1, 1914 .' 164,572.23 

$ 4,870,461.04 





42.00 






1,200.00 $ 


2,191.34 


$ 


2,888.75 
816.50 






1.00 


3,706.25 


$ 


2,719.99 

37,998.00 

763.63 

58,605.59 

4,650.61 

959.11 

43,500.00 

14.10 

27.90 

425.45 

7.055.65 






60.30 


156,780.33 



1917] Docr.MENT N'o. 4 15 

RECEIPTS — Continued. 



1916 
Refunds: 

Disabled soldiers $ 30.00 

Paper 66.40 

Pensions 79.00 

Water, lights, and fuel (Agricultural Department) 1,200.00 $ 



Seal Tax: 

Executive Department $ 2,524.75 

State Department 454.00 2,978.75 



Miscellaneous: 

Additional State taxes $ 726.75 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends 37,998.00 

Contingencies .50 

Fire loss, Uzzel! building 19,000.00 

Freight and drayage 6.35 

Incomes, for interest 61,386.38 

Interest on bank balances 11,719.19 

Laws and Journals, sale of 300.86 

Oil tax, transferred excess 59,000 00 

Postage and stationery 10.45 

Sketches North Carolina Regiments, sale of 5.93 

State and Colonial Records, sale of 96.50 

Supreme Court Reports, sale of 6,516.08 

Suspended banks 21.23 

Trade-mark registration 89.30 196,877.52 

Specific purposes: 

Agricultural Department $267,868.74 

Agricultural Department, oil division 78,650.74 $ 346,519 48 

Audubon Society 2,938.30 

Automobile licenses. State Department 202,131,65 

Fisheries Commission 14,452.68 

Fire loss, N. C. College of A. and M. Arts 62.45 

Fire loss. N. C. School for Deaf and Dumb 38.15 

Forest reserve income 446.04 

Indigent pupils 8,275.97 

Land titles, assurance of 6.70 

North Carolina Railroad dividends 210,014.00 

Public schools, appropriation for rural libraries 10.00 

State Board of Elections, primary fees 2.66,'>.00 

State Prison earnings 206,270.19 993,831.61 

Federal funds : 

Experiment Station $ 30.000.00 

N. C. College Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 76.016.26 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 16,500.00 122,516 26 



$4,970,878.87 
Balance Decembrr 1 , 1915 130.008.20 



$ 5,100,887.07 



16 Document No. 4 [Session 

STATEMENT OF GENERAL 
FoK Fiscal Years 

Fob Fiscal Tear Ending November 30, 1915. 
Agriculture: 

Agricultural Department $ 234,142.72 

Oil Inspection Division 64,688 65 

Societies 3.900.00 

Hog cholera 4,999.45 $ 307,730 82 

Bonds: 

Four per cent consolidation $ 50.00 

Western North Carolina Railroad (old) 10 shares 5,352.00 5,402.00 

Confederate soldiers: 

Cemetery, marking graves I 250.00 

N. C Room, Confederate Museum, Richmond, Va 200.00 

Pensions, inmates Soldiers" Home 1,392 00 

Pensions, soldiers and widows 476,102.00 

Pensions, soldiers totally disabled 12.840.00 490,784.00 

Departments: 

Auditor's Department $ 7,700.00 

Contingencies 596.55 $ 8,296.55 

Board of Internal Improvements $ 2.011.50 

Special auditing expense 1.529.08 3.540.58 

Board of Public Charities 1.048.51 

Bureau of Labor and Printing 5,831.54 

Department of Public Instruction 6,297.41 

Executive Department $ 9,091.72 

Governor's traveling expenses 413.60 9.505.3i 

Historical Commission ' 9,728.13 

Insurance Department 12,670.71 

Judiciary 121,605.75 

North Carolina Board of Health 61,500.00 

N. C. Corporation Commission $ 28,684.11 

Contingencies 9.165.76 37,849.87 

State Board of Elections 213.35 

State Department 9.947.71 

State Geological Survey 15,000.00 

State Highway Commission 6,447.80 

State Library $ 3,974.65 

Contingencies 538.99 4.513.64 

Telegraph and telephone, various departments 2.689 04 

Treasury Department ? 9,000 00 

Contingencies 1,226.40 10,226.40 

Weights and measures 100.00 327.012.31 

Fisheries: 

Fish Commission $ 4,035.06 

Fisheries Commission $ 6,037.58 

Appropriation 10,000.00 16,037.58 

Shellfish Commission 5,415.97 25,488 61 



1917J Document Ko. 4 17 

AND SPECIFIC DISBURSEMENTS. 
1915 AND 1916. 

Foe Fiscal Year Exdixg Notembee 30, 1916. 
Agriculture: 

Agricultural Department $ 267.868.74 

Oil Inspection Division 78,650.74 

Societies 3,900.00 

Hog cholera 4,989.67 $ 335,409.15 



Confederate soldiers: 

Cemeteo-, marking graves $ 250,00 

Pensions, inmates Soldiers' Home 2.334.00 

Pensions, soldiers and widows 454,240.00 

Pensions, soldiers totally disabled 12,568.00 469,392.00 



Departments: 

Auditor's Department $ 7,700 00 

Contingencies 839.50 $ 8,539.50 

Board of Internal Improvements $ 1.941.92 

Special auditing expense 5,658.25 7,600.17 

Board of Public Charities 1,364 46 

Bureau of Labor and Printing 6.052.21 

Department of Public Instruction 6,330.30 

Executive Department $ 9,019.45 

Governor's traveling expenses 600.00 9,619,45 

Historical Commii-sion 11,110.66 

Insurance Department $ 12,600.00 

Contingencies 716.94 13,316.94 

.Judiciary 122,437.39 

N. C. Board of Health 64,500 00 

N. C. Corporation Commission $ 31,359.25 

Contingencies 6,436.19 37,795.44 

State Board of Elections 6,636.25 

State Department 10.275.30 

State Geological Survey 15,000.00 

Slate Highway Commission 13,409.28 

State Library $ 3,870.00 

Contingencies 433.20 4,303.20 

Telegraph and telephones, various departments 3,924.14 

Treasury Department $ 9,000.00 

Contingencies 773.15 9,773.15 

Weights and measures 100.00 352,087.84 

Fisheries: 

Fisheries Commission $ 14,452.68 

Appropriation 10.000.00 24,452 68 



18 Document Wo. 4 [Session 

STATEMENT OP GEN-ERAL AND 

1915. 
Hospitals and Home.'^ : 

Confederate Soldiers' Home $ 19,977.74 

Confederate Women's Home 15,2.50.00 

N. C. Sanatorium for Tuberculosis 65,000 00 

State Hospital. Goldsboro 104,455.00 

State Hospital, Morganton 224,063.37 

State Ho.-spital, Raleigh 119.199.11 $ 548,045.22 

Interest : 

Borrowed mone.v $ 3,937.50 

Bank balances refunded 63.40 

Four per cent bonds 236,660.00 

Six per cent bonds 166,800.00 407,460.90 

Legislature : 

General Assembly $ 80,162.05 

Carter-Abernethy investigation _. 2,288.13 

Examining Commission 398.70 82,848.88 

Loans to State paid : 

Farmers Loan and Trust Co . New York $ 275,000.00 

National Park Bank, New York 100.000.00 375,000 00 

National Guard: 

Adjutant General $ 2,652.83 

Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry 500.00 

Support appropriation 50,000.00 

Special expense 3,766.40 65,919.23 

Paper, printing, postage, and stationery: 

Paper $ 22,370.82 

Pell's Revisal 30.00 

Postage and stationery 15,920.58 

Public printing 59,583.80 

Supreme Court contingencies 10.40 

Supreme Court Reports, printing of 4,584.58 

Supreme Court Reports, reprint 10,799.74 113,299.92 

Public buildings and grounds: 

Capitol Square * 431.40 

Central heating plant 4,488.12 

Fuel, lights, and water 8,82S.41 

Governor's Mansion and grounds 4,884.31 

Insuring State property 8,678.56 

Lot, Salisbury Street 14,000.00 

Mt. Mitchell Park Commission 279.07 

Miscellaneous expenses and repairs 12,355.91 

State Building (special appropriation) 3,552.84 

Superintendent (salary) 1,094.17 58,592.79 

Schools and Colleges — Public schools: 

County farm life $ 21,000.00 

Equalizing fund 409,630.45 

High schools 74,550.00 

Public schools, per capita 241,000.00 

Rural libraries 4,190.00 

Teachers' Examining Board 593.90 750,964.35 



1917 1 Document No. 4 19 

SPECIFIC DISBURSEMENTS — Continued. 

1916. 
Hospitals ana Homes: 

Confederate Soldiers' Home $ 37,000.00 

Confederate Women's Home 5,000.00 

X. C. Sanatorium for Tuberculosis 6.5,000 00 

State Hospital. Goldsboro 105,000.00 

State Hospital, Morganton 205.000.00 

State Hospital. Raleigh 210,350.00 $ 627,350 00 

Interest : 

Borrowed money ? 9,344.45 

Four per cent bonds 232,870.00 

Si.v per cent bonds 155,730.00 397,944.45 



Leijislature: 

Carter-Abernethy inyestigation $ 3.90 

E.\amining Commission 283.50 



Loans to State: 

Farmers Loan and Trust Co., New York $ 100,000.00 

National Park Bank, New York 275,000.00 375,000.00 

National Guard : 

Adjutant General if 3,000.00 

Support appropriation 50,000.00 

Special expenses 5,404.69 58,404,69 



Paper, printing, postage, and stationery : 

Paper $ 22,411.69 

Postage and stationery 16,390.81 

Public printing 36,999.11 

Supreme Court contingencies 29.80 

Supreme Court Reports, printing of 4,557.41 

Supreme Court Reports, reprint 11,639.24 



Public buildings and grounds: 

Capitol Square $ 475 40 

Fuel, lights, and water 6,761.84 

Governor's Mansion and grounds 7,254.84 

Insuring State property 9,612.51 

Mt. Mitchell Park Commission 3,761.05 

Miscellaneous expenses and repairs 5,066.64 

Superintendent (salary) 1,200 00 



Sdiools and Colleges — Public schools: 

County farm life $ 29,250.00 

Equalizing fund 447,940.45 

High schools 74,175.00 

Public schools, per capita 248,500.00 

Rural libraries 2,460.00 

Teachers' Examining Board 530.00 



20 



Document No. 4 [Session 

STATEMENT OF GENERAL AND 



1915. 
Colleges ; 

Appalachian Training School $ 23,125.00 

Caswell Training School 43,194.23 

CuUowhee Normal School 17,500.00 

East Carolina Teachers Training School 59,348.56 

Indian Normal School 5,225.64 

Normal schools (colored) 30,067.28 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 33,500.00 

N. 0. Agricultural Ex. Station, Federal appropriation. . 30,000.00 

N. C. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 165,476.32 

N. C. School for Deaf and Blind 73,600.00 

N. C. School for Deaf 72,000.00 

Indigent pupils (both schools) 8,890.30 

Cxford Orphan Asylum (white) 20,000.00 

0.\ford Orphan Asylum (colored) 8,500.00 

State Normal and Industrial College 115,000.00 

Stonewall Jackson Training School 37,000.00 

University of North Carolina 145,000.00 $ 884.427.33 

State's Prison : 

Conveying convicts to prison $ 2,804.40 

Earnings 102,739.44 

Sunday School 50.00 $ 105,593.84 

Elkin and Alleghany Railroad stock $ 45,000.00 

Watauga and T. River R. K. stock 18,500.00 63,500,00 169,093.84 

Miscellaneous: 

Audubon Society $ 2,704 75 

Automobile licenses. State Department 84,279,82 

Capital punishment 130,60 

Contingencies 5,162,01 

Fire insurance rate investigation 283.60 

Freight and express charges 2,042.89 

Fugitives from justice 2,090,57 

Gettysburg Battleground Commission 32.50 

Guilford Battle Ground 700.00 

Laborers pay roll 17,670.35 

Legal services and expenses 78,76 

Moore's Creek Battleground 500,00 

N. C. Library Association 4,000,00 

N, C, State Volunteer Firemen's Association 625,00 

Revision Court procedure 49,19 

Settling State taxes 463.00 

State boundary line 995.00 

State taxes refunded 9,757.82 

Vance Statute Commission 4,916.78 136,482.64 

Total disbursements fiscal year $ 4,740,452.84 



1917] Document No. 4 

SPECIFIC DISBURSEMENTS— 0onHn«ed. 



21 



1916. 

Colleges : 

Appalachian Training School $ 20,000.00 

Caswell Training School 36,694.24 

CuUowhee Normal School 17,500.00 

East Carolina Teachers' Training School 59,348.56 

Indian Normal School 3,922.99 

Indigent pupils (both schools) 8,247.47 

Normal schools (colored) 33,743.12 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 33,500.00 

N, 0. Agricultural E.x. Station, Federal appropriation. . . 30,000.00 

N. C. College Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 201,532.71 

N. C. School for Deaf and Blind 72,539.15 

N. C. School for Deaf 68,000.00 

Oxford Orphan Asylum (white) 20,000.00 

O.xford Orphan Asylum (colored) 6,000.00 

State Normal and Industrial College 100,000.00 

Stonewall Jackson Training School 24,500.00 

University of North Carolina 125,833.33 $ 861,361.57 

State's Prison: 

Conveying convicts to prison $ 2,951.45 

Earnings 20,270.19 

Sunday School 50.00 $ 209,27164 

Elkin and Allegliany R. R. stock $ 35.000.00 

Mattamuskeet Ry. mortgage purchase 1,562.56 

Watauga and Y. River R. R. stock 3.000.00 39,562.56 248,834.20 

Miscellaneous; 

Audubon Society $ 3,233.92 

Automobile licenses. State Department 120,962.88 

Capital punishment 331.60 

Contingencies 5,687.94 

Constitutional amendment 3,372.02 

Freight and express charges 2,703.58 

Fugitives from justice 1,352.14 

Gettysburg Battleground Commission 5.10 

(Juilford Battle Ground 700.00 

Laborers' pay roll 17,935.33 

Legal services and expenses 2,863.17 

Moore's Creek Battle Ground 500.00 

N. C. Library Association 4,000.00 

N. C. State Firemen's Association 2,500.00 

Revision court procedure 140.68 

Settling State taxes 474.00 

State boundary line 54.16 

State taxes refunded 6,229.24 

State Text Book Commission 2,184.25 

Vance Statue Commission 5,194.73 180,424.74 

Total disbursements, fiscal year $ 4,879,965.07 



22 



Document No. 4 [Session 

ITEMIZED STATEMENT OP RECEIPTS FROM 



1915. 
On Account of Taxes rOB 1914. 



Pensions 
Property. 



Alamance $ 

.-Vlexander 

-Alleghany 

.\nson 

.\she 

.\very 

Beaufort 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Brunswick 

Buncombe 

Burke 

Cabarrus 

CaldweU 

Camden 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Catawba 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

Chowan 

Clay 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Craven 

Cumberland 

Currituck 

Dare 

Davidson 

Davie 

Duplin 

Durham 

Edgecombe 

Forsyth 

Franklin 

Gaston 

Gates 

Graham 

Granville 

Greene 

Guilford 

Halifax 

Harnett .......... 

Haywood ...... .-. . . 

Henderson 

Hertford 

Hoke 

Hyde 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Johnston 



13,315.18 

5,418.95 

3,132.92 

11,178.52 

7,343.46 

5,033.75 

16,174.48 

12,976.77 

8,719.52 

5,843.76 

48,305.69 

8,465.62 

13,380.25 

7,468.60 

3,312.78 

5,779.75 

6,053.94 

14,409.61 

12,085.60 

7,927.34 

6,422.45 

1,971.31 

16,715.75 

13,680.20 

17,965.31 

15,856.49 

4,053.85 

1,853.14 

18,441.35 

7,014.05 

13,661.69 

46,300.89 

21,154.27 

45,998.39 

12,696.96 

15,928.87 

5,725.71 

2,543.95 

14.020.68 

8,168.07 

37,969.52 

23,872.64 

11,734,25 

14,439.51 

10,308.69 

9,870,89 

7,394.33 

4,053.33 

19,456.97 

6,272.84 

23,996.66 



531.18 $ 788.76 

299.25 

180.50 119.70 

1,263.98 144.24 

194.75 

308.28 

1,594.58 277.80 

1,441.15 

149.63 

312.08 

5,833.88 3,893.88 

387.13 ■ 137.53 
1,728.77 1,917.72 

693.70 104.03 

76.00 

357.09 

472.63 

878.75 433.93 

857.14 28.42 
204.73 54.11 
643.63 310.53 
159.13 

1,268.25 

1.369.67 393.32 
2,453.85 1,117.43 
1,438.30 

149.87 

55.58 

1.136.68 451,39 
296.12 13.40 
835.05 55.70 

7,648.48 3,819.38 

3,070.40 820.14 

6,993.10 4,614.84 

860.70 69.30 

1,750.09 1,079.67 

415.15 

185.49 

1,836.35 318.49 

470.25 34.57 
8,536.85 5,724.75 
1,400.30 968.07 

692.08 147.73 

666.19 

1,082,05 68.29 

547.26 12.35 

209.00 

247.00 

1,302.00 557.56 

244.39 28.65 

1,964.84 183.37 



2,300.03 ? 


: 504.16 


874.31 


178.74 


516.38 


114.92 


1,902.98 


430.62 


1,225.70 


303.13 


835.52 


147.51 


2,711.64 


558.90 


2,170.12 


387.73 


1,476.90 


322.77 


1,257.05 


249.67 


7,816.78 


709.50 


1,372.82 


269.90 


2,239.98 


495.02 


1,211.66 


319.77 


552.52 


100.20 


1,031.90 


263.57 


1,082.28 


243.28 


2,379.77 


529.54 


2,010.71 


390.05 


1,437.17 


230.08 


1,054.81 


192.20 


340.14 


66.58 


3,315.06 


510.14 


2,192.15 


519.26 


3,049.78 


502.67 


2,730.44 


463.20 


675.04 


143,98 


321.57 


95.99 


3,090.96 


539.82 


1,173.63 


200.30 


2,286.88 


464.45 


7,688,07 


650.52 


3,507,88 


546.57 


7,629.11 


1,015.95 


2,878,07 


455.18 


2,683.00 


616.17 


991.81 


189.12 


493.80 


77.66 


2,277.36 


395.97 


1,353.97 


253.63 


6,497.10 


1,146.14 


3,942.18 


657.89 


2,500.09 


468.66 


2,503.00 


361.03 


1,711.69 


258.51 


1,663.17 


278.38 


1,220.85 


185.82 


667.16 


159.26 


3,275.67 


598.93 


1,073.88 


195.74 


4,018.96 


807.39 



1917] Document ITo. 4 

ix>cxties for fiscal years 1915 axd 1916. 

1916. 
On Accoukt of Taxes foe 1915. 



Pensions 
Property. 



23 



15,317.27 


P 2,762.13 $ 


743.51 $ 


2,566.05 $ 


510.04 $ 


21,899.00 


5,648.24 


532 00 








7,306.93 
5,103.95 


3,969.26 


275.50 


85.02 


651.50 


122.67 


12,353.81 


1,036.93 


108.94 


2,070.80 


448.54 


16,019.02 


8,382.49 


681.87 


11.87 


1,399.23 


319.66 


10.795.12 


3,281.79 










4,661.21 
24,851.24 


18,454.84 


2,301.38 


448.70 


3,088.00 


558.32 


13,695.35 


1,173.25 


38.41 


2,293.55 


406.74 


17,607.30 












11,222.36 
8,611.90 


6,517.86 


474.05 


4.61 


1,379.74 


235.64 


56,601.92 


10.132.93 


4,077.79 


9,358.70 


771.75 


80,943.09 


10,030.95 


631.98 


113.25 


1,662.37 


284.77 


12,723.32 


14,574.94 


2,626.75 


1,706.30 


2,374.87 


507.19 


21,790.05 


9,054.98 


912.47 


130.17 


1,505.76 


336.48 


11,939.86 


3,818,41 


99.75 




640 39 


98 61 


4,657.16 


6,992.77 










6 580 27 


321 58 




1,169.80 
2,969.37 


271 55 


8 343 20 


17,828.52 


1,524.28 


630.38 


524.08 


23,476.63 


13,260.53 


846.69 


33.81 


2,212.86 


404.49 


16,758.38 


9,239.77 


978.02 


69.21 


1,540.75 


231.51 


12,059.26 


6,715.62 


657.88 


241.58 


1,121.14 


198.70 


8,934.92 


2,934.04 


171.00 




461.69 


72.39 


3,639.12 


18,161.44 


1,150.22 


228.04 


3,085.06 


501.95 


23,126.71 


14,201.58 


1,608.12 


465.07 


2,257.97 


555.64 


19,088.38 


18,987.92 


2,849.53 


854.14 


3,202.05 


498.65 


26,392.29 


15,243.74 


3,938.70 


594.82 


3,131.64 


530.16 


23,439.06 


4,893.62 


203.07 




835.02 


151.28 


6,082.99 


20,670.97 


2,269.08 


553.37 


3,484.20 


548.61 


27,526.23 


7,530.08 


667.85 


56.35 


1,252.21 


208.74 


9,715.23 


15,931.86 


923.88 


88.30 


2,655.14 


507.01 


20,106.19 


49,519.03 


8,451.27 


4,470.64 


8,260.78 


734 42 


71,436.14 


22,756.34 


2,653.83 


688.32 


3,837.81 


556.68 


30,492.98 


51,974.92 


11,128.85 


5,100.71 


8,808.59 


1,067.95 


78,081.02 


13,531.41 


974.88 


49.60 


2,604.96 


457.48 


17,618.33 


18,302.96 


3,024.32 


1,543.15 


2,991.36 


703.71 


26,565.50 


6,705.67 


370.98 


30.87 


1,112.80 


195.17 


8,415.49 


3,603 59 


204 25 








4,498.86 
19,624.17 


14,643.11 


1,694.10 


442.90 


2,435.53 


408.53 








1,498.54 
7,628.42 




11,525.55 
71,111.65 


45,801.34 


10,485.17 


6,020.46 


1,176.26 


24,125.40 


2,739.33 


1,018.61 


5,248.35 


687.42 


33,819 11 


12,656.96 


1,229.30 


146.06 


2,305.43 


478.29 


16,816.04 


15,788.90 


1,391.75 


82.00 


2,692.59 


396.34 


20,351.58 


11,331.49 


1,625.22 


160.17 


1,886.26 


274.09 


15,277.23 


9,962.15 


703.48 


7.60 


1,670.75 


277.48 


12,621.46 


6 820 59 


458.32 




1,168.41 




8,625.70 

6,505.50 

29,954.67 










22,415.29 


2,446.25 


681.88 


3,771.18 


640.07 


6,215.78 


427.62 


62.55 


1,057.52 


227.24 


7,990,71 


26.224.97 


2,054.14 


168.16 


4,395.21 


850.12 


33,692.60 



Document No. 4 



[Session 

BEOEIPTS FROM 



On Account of Taxes for 1914 — Continued. 



License. 


Income. 


Pension.s 
Property. 


Poll. 


Total. ■ 


$ 315.40 


$ 5.23 


$ 809.63 


$ 154.13 


$ 6,136.00 


563.3.5 


142.85 


1,098.99 


197.62 


8,516.32 


1,858.66 


323,44 


2,362.96 


460.22 


19,035,18 


494.95 


17.20 


1,470.87 


269.57 


11,091.33 


598.98 








7,242.63 
9,406.38 
15,003.17 


271 92 








757.15 


61.66 


1,977.29 


315.92 


462.49 




925.67 


205.35 


6,412.94 


6.943.90 


7,025.68 


7,031.56 


974.36 


63,496.81 


209 48 




438.08 
1,354.70 


150.02 
252.73 


3 514 90 


124.45 


28.02 


9,613.71 


1,218.60 


197.03 


2,097.27 


301.63 


16,391.50 


1,392.23 


1,354.64 


4,288,46 


678.31 


29,729.65 


8,682.32 


4,998.90 


4,850.94 


602.29 


48,776.44 


810.35 


49.35 


2.503.39 


389.30 


18.387.58 










11,538.55 


519.65 


607.90 


1,752.57 


289.87 


13,677.11 






680.03 
1,719.21 


155.16 
259.07 


5 260 08 


1,928.33 


450.20 


14,829.22 


324.43 


81.93 


1,023.81 


197.11 


7,793.11 


510.15 


104.50 


1,450 68 


278.27 


11,218.88 






3,995.90 




30,691,30 
4,953.71 
18,792.26 • 


236 08 






835.29 


206.36 


2,463.89 


488.40 


1,576.53 


516.77 


1,417.11 


400.56 


12,617.86 


2.342.70 


691.47 


4,022.73 


855.52 


32,148.97 


1.487.23 


1,628.70 


3,313.90 


603.67 


29,064.65 


2,294.73 


748.63 


3,921.59 


738.90 


27,187.92 


907.73 


36432 


1,757.29 


419.07 


14,103.46 


483.55 


4.55 


2,391.70 


581.30 


18,021.68 


1.070.18 


154.42 


1,336.85 


276.55 


10,923.86 


938.34 


262.75 


1,825.11 


369.40 


14,419.45 


384.28 


17.52 


1,639.83 


347.34 


12,249.99 


560.07 


333.46 


2,702.04 


528.30 


20,308.00 


310.65 


51.93 


1,166.68 


148.43 


8,491.38 1 








145 92 


7,401.10 j 

3,896.93 1 

20,568.04 1 


209 95 




513.68 
3,042.08 


105.91 
575.58 


764.75 


192.15 


2,028.49 


1,559.97 


1,968.38 


337.22 


17,488.35 1 


6,696.18 


4,970.41 


7,629.88 


1,143.72 


65,890.59 j 


671.18 


240.20 


1,901.45 


367.87 


14,704.87 } 


480.47 


5.23 


1,048.16 


190.15 


7,915.45 1 


199 39 




958 72 




6,409.29 j 
30,687.07 1 


1,870.79 


1,164.36 


3,957.84 


697.57 


661.44 


144.52 


1,884.62 


498.69 


14,507.33 1 


2,761.42 


1,210.29 


3,346.10 


550.71 


28,544.32 1 






1,287.40 
583.03 




9,441.80 
4,600.26 






209.18 






$129,478 41 


$ 58,605.59 


$218,583.76 


$ 38,570.32 


$ 1,730,330.47 



Jones $ 4,85161 

Lee 6,513.51 

Lenoir 14,029.90 

Lincoln 8,838.74 

Macon 5,468.28 

Aladison 7,571.75 

Martin 11,891.15 

McDowell 4,819.43 

Mecklenburg 41,521.31 

Mitchell 2,717.32 

Montgomery 7,835.81 

Moore 12,576.67 

Xash 22,016 01 

Xew Hanover 29,641.99 

Northampton 14,635.19 

Onslow 9,238.84 

Orange 10,507.12 

Pamlico 4,091.91 

Pasquotank 10,472.41 

Pender* 

Perquimans 6,165.83 

Person 8,875.28 

Pitt 23,701.95 

Polk 3,916.79 

Randolph 14,798.32 

Richmond 8,706.89 

Robeson 24,236.55 

Rockingliam 22,031.15 

Rowan 19,484.07 

Rutherford 10,655.05 

Sampson 14,560.58 

Scotland 8,085.86 

Stanly 11,023.85 

Stokes 9,861.02 

Surrj- 16,180.13 

Swain 6,813.69 

Trans.vlvania 5,763.24 

Tyrrell 3,067.39 

XTnion 15,993.48 

.... 11,594.29 

.... 45,450.40 

.... 11,524.17 

.... 6,191.44 

.... 5,056.47 

22,996.51 

11,318.06 

20,675.80 

7,648.51 

,-ey 3,587.17 

Totals $ 1,285,090.39 



'Failed to make settlement. 



1917] 

COUNTIE S — Continued. 



Document Xo. 4 



25 



1916. 
Ox AccocxT OF Taxes fob 1915 — Continued. 



Pensions 
Property. 



5,495.15 


$ 306.85 $ 6.18 $ 931.20 I 


166.67 $ 


6.906.05 


7.052.81 


792.30 




1,215.46 


214.94 


9,275.51 


16,742.13 


2,429.39 


184.67 


2,736.00 


484.65 


22,576.84 


10,169.34 


656.69 


34.38 


1,695.91 


280.00 


12,836.32 


6,303.17 


637.20 


17.15 


1,046.85 


209.99 


8,214.36 


8.792.75 


620.5,5 


12.24 


1,449.04 


343.62 


11.218.00 


13,653.10 


1,134.78 


57.94 


2,279.14 


329.38 


17,454.34 


5,618.17 


582.37 


221.52 


1,074.03 


222.17 


7,718.26 


50,140.43 


11,127.52 


7,228.45 


8,497.72 


1,027.94 


78,022,06 


2,992.28 


350.35 


59.38 


489.83 


158.80 


4,050.64 


8,043 62 


747.25 


106.77 


1,359.90 


264.01 


10,521.55 


14,113.89 


1,614.53 


80.60 


2,343.70 


311.37 


18,464.09 


23.394.05 


2,097.13 


1,229.61 


3,915.20 


702.80 


31,338.79 


34,282.10 


8,616.92 


5,087.28 


5,638.63 


650.86 


54,275.79 


15,469.68 


707.28 


41.35 


2.619.55 


404.16 


19,242.02 


13,025.44 


471.68 


42.24 


2.188.40 


. 297.45 


16,025.21 


11,235.38 


936.70 


734.52 


1,878.32 


305.61 


15,090.53 


4,671 79 












11,882.90 


1,924.48 


565.37 


1,963.51 


264.74 


16,601.00 


6,182.06 






1,173.41 
1,138.03 
1,117.71 






6 913.57 


525 83 






8,839.30 
8,612.58 


6,714.79 


549.10 


36.95 


194.03 


9,149.74 


545.35 


68.12 


1,494.90 


288.09 


11,546.20 




3,040.50 
531.77 




4,750.52 




35,392.74 

6,183.04 

21,459.91 


4,700.33 






16.505.62 


1,368.48 


314.25 


2,746.08 


525.48 


9,860.23 


2,097.12 


441.77 


1,697.55 


418.98 


14,515.63 


24,283.79 


2.872.80 


657.03 


4,250.46 


920.16 


32,984.26 


20.363.75 


3,099.85 


1,514.50 


3,394.54 


627.36 


29,000.00 


26,733.63 


3,036.20 


777.90 


4,407.97 


754.54 


35,710.24 


11,380.97 


2,185.95 


188.77 


1.870.46 


452.36 


16,078.51 


16,792.26 


999.40 


1.94 


2,730.46 


595.51 


21,139.57 


9,939.12 


930.05 


143.29 


1,655.07 


304.99 


12,992.52 


11,201.88 


845.68 


209.35 


1,850.45 


372.62 


14,479.98 


10,538.59 


599.93 


9.92 


1,754.62 


371.68 


13,274.74 


18,457.31 


1,173.25 


244.43 


3,083.37 


546.66 


23,505.02 


7,454.34 


413.73 


66.03 


1,255.56 


173.78 


9.363.44 


6.390.38 


585.20 


108.46 


1,066.00 


157.67 


8,307.71 


3,104.34 


285.50 


15.21 


530.64 


107.51 


4,043.40 


17,954.36 


1,124.33 


111.56 


3,010.30 


601.37 


22,801.92 


13.424.51 


1,765.58 


1,648.50 


2,265.13 


345.09 


19,448.81 


48,965.83 


7.628.65 


4,904.57 


8.410.05 


1,213.73 


71,122.83 


11,932.65 


591.38 


168.60 


2.104.90 


380.28 


15,177.81 


6,523.70 


858.33 


24.70 


1,086.16 


192.32 


8,685.21 


5,778.29 


591.85 


7.60 


1,040.33 


206.91 


7,624.98 


26,326.66 


2,379.73 


933.11 


4,467.93 


723.85 


34.833.30 


12,789.34 


1.112.50 


96.20 


2,139.61 


531.50 


16,669.35 


23.861.77 


3,391.50 


1,000.84 


3,840.63 


589.22 


32,683.96 


7,956.88 


281.20 




1,335.03 
737.92 




9,822.31 
5,783.83 


4,443.74 


348.18 


23.79 


230.20 



.$1,443,084.74 $178,425.13 $61,386.38 $244,987.47 $40,887.08 $1,968,770.80 



26 



Document No. 4 



[Session 



INHERITANCE 
Itemized Receipts teom Counties foe Fiscal 

1915. 
Alexander ; 
Estates of 

Jay Reid $ 9.21 

M. Swain 198.70 $ 207.91 

Anson ; 
Estate of 

William R. Little 436.50 



Bertie: 

Estates of 

Harriett A. Graham $ 26.49 

William J. Freeman 10.16 

Maria Smithwick 4.53 

Mary E. Newsome 95.66 

G. J. Churchwell 2.33 

Sampson Cherry .34 

Mary E. Perry 161.37 

Martha A. Perry 1.01 

Bettie Tayloe 49.26 

John H. White 146.79 

A. T. Eason 63.76 

John H. White 316.43 



Buncombe: 
Estates of 

Thomas Lawrence $ 173.74 

Mrs. Augusta M. Gates 9.70 

Charles J. Allen 22.71 

O. R. Barrett 59.86 

Cabarrus: 
Estate of 

W. R. Johnson 

Caldwell : 
Estate of 

R. L. Austin 

Carteret: 
Estates of 

Mary A. P. Gibbs $ 17.55 

W. F. Dill 80.72 

Zylphia A. Keech 14.34 

Caswell : 
Estates of 

Mary I. Smith $ 739.05 

J. M. Poteat 287.06 



1917] Document No. 4 27 



TAX. 

Years Endino November 30, 1915, axd 1916. 



Anson : 

Estates ot 

Thos, J. Covington ? 73 13 

Jno. R. Little 5,152.3r; 

Bertie : 

Estates of 

Josephine Denning $ '*-^'* 

DicT E. Jernigan 4-66 

D. E. Jernigan '^■18 

Wm. E. White 59 61 



Brunswick: 
Estate of 

James T. Harper 

Buncombe; 
Estates of 

Robt. H. Orozier $ 288.00 

Annette Lawson 69.75 

M. Lutz 8.52 

Hannah E. Tibbetts 29.01 

Geo. W. VanderbUt 44,210.44 

Cabarrus : 
Estates of 

John A, Skipwith $ 1,965.43 

Jacob Dore 80.61 



Carteret : 
Estates of 

J. B. Russell $ 193.32 

William Kuhu 265.09 

Marvin R. Davis 12.96 

Laura D. Carson 186 30 



Estates of 

J. H. Mills $ 118.84 

J. B. Carter 173.01 



Document !N^o. 4 



[Session 

INHEEITAXOE 



Catawba : 

Estates of (not given). 



Chowan : 
Estate of 

W. B. Shepherd 



Columbus: 
Estates of 

A. W. Jenkins $ 

C. O. Beers 

Laura E, Thompson 

R. E. Lloyd 

H. B. Short 

Craven: 
Estates of 

J. J. Willis $ 

John H. George 

Cumberland : 
Estates of 

M. A. Hoslem $ 

J. M. Prior 

Currituck : 
Estates of 

Josephus Baura $ 

Mrs. Carrie Baum 

Davidson: 
Estates of 

M. L. Jones $ 

Mrs. C. E. Ford 



122.49 
467.49 
82.70 
73.96 
748.64 



91.88 
113.06 



151.96 
60.24 



488.13 
1,229.76 



Durham : 
Estates of 

W. H. Morris $ 190.50 

Joseph Rich 37.43 

John W. AUen 222.27 

W. T. Carrington 354.41 

Francis A. Stagg 164.81 



1917] Document !N"o. 4 

TAX — Continued. 

1916. 
Catawba: 
Estates of 

E. K. Geitner $ 125.00 

Silas Smyre 78.19 

Chatham: 
Estate of 

Mrs. A. M. Haughton 

Chowan : 
Estate of 

A. J. Ward 

Cleveland: 
Estates of 

Mary Vines Susg $ 140 18 

Jno. Walker 298.34 



Columbus: 
Estate of 
H. D. Willii 



Craven; 
Estate of 

Julia J. Rountree. 



Davidson : 
Estates of 

W. G. Penry $ 1,003.03 

W. A. Kinney 95.11 

J. M. Morris 502.78 

Mrs. F. Williams 1,103.84 

Mrs. M. A. Walker 157.07 

Durham: 
Estates of 

Jno. B. Lenning $ 635.08 

A. Wilson 130 68 

C. C. Taylor 162.30 

Mary Eliza Taylor 70.14 

R. D. Cole 55.20 



30 



Document l^o. 4 



[Session 

INHERITANCE 



1915 
Durham — continued : 
Estates of 

Mrs. L. V. Water 

N. H. Parker 

G. M, Moffitt 

Ed. Cozart 

Mary A. Vickers '. . . 

Mrs. J. C, Latta 

Edgecombe : 
Estates of 

W. J. Davenport 

Mrs. Jane P. Mercer 

Mrs. Eleanor K. Carr 

Mrs. Lizzie P. Battle 





109.72 








18.09 








184.38 








182.24 


$ 


2,375.31 


.$ 


12.45 
32.25 
64.83 








472.16 




581.6! 



Forsyth : 
Estates of 

Mrs. Amelia B. Gray ? 1,584.32 

E. A. DeSchweinIa 61.31 

John D. Wall 80.03 

Mrs. Alex. Meining 19.40 



Gaston : 
Estates of 

B. 6. Patrick 

J. D. Moore 

J. D. Moore, balance. 

C. T. Stowe 



103.74 
97.00 
3424 



Guilford : 
Estates of 

Dougan Davis $ 80.00 

C. W. Tate 117.88 

M. C. Workman 14.45 



1917] 

TAX — Continued. 



Document No. 4 



31 



1916. 
Durham — continued : 
Estates of 

Robt. H. Crozier $ 3.55 

Mariah E. Gates 45.70 

W. Mansum 192.14 

J. S. Mangum 339.04 

J. B. Warren 1,4:!2.55 

Edgecombe: 
Estates of 

Mrs. Hannah Jenkins $ 230.14 

Mrs. Tempie A. Marriott 183.81 

J. A. Warren 30.29 

James H. Ruffin 46.27 

Paschal Long 14.16 

Jno. B. Lancaster 5.65 

W. H. Cable 59.79 

Mrs. L. T. Sherrod 171.83 

Forsyth : 
Estates of 

W. T. McGee $ 40.70 

J. H. Hand 124.70 

E, L, Lockett 104.51 

Harriett F. Neal 94.19 

Lizetta M. Meining 314.52 

A. J. Gales 329.07 

G. E. Nissen 535.35 

J. S. Scales 4,251.58 

Bonga Marsha Davis 172.64 

William B. Carter .^. 278.15 

T. J. Brown (part payment) 886 00 

J. S. Grogan 117.80 

Geo. T. Brown 581.81 

Gallon : 
Estates of 

Geo. A, Gray $ 197.08 

Mrs. R. E. Boyce 77.74 

S. B. Hanna 207.00 

P. J. Lineberger 86.30 

Granville: 
Estates of 

W. T. Lyon $ 425 06 

J. F. Edwards 65.83 

Greene: 
Estate of 

A. B. Ilinson 



32 



Document 'No. 4 



[SessioB 

INHERITANCE 



1915. 
Guilford — contimied : 
Estates of 

D. G. Chilcutt $ T3.95 

John R. Coble 701.40 

J. H. Millis 1,701.20 

John B. Lenning 25.60 

^V. E, Beville 673.19 $ 

Halifax: 
Estate of 

E. W. Ferguson 

Henderson : 
Estate of 

J. I. Carson 

Hertford : 
Estates of 

John B. Freeman $ 266.85 

R. W. Knight 97.01 

J T. Vaughn 269.53 

Mary E. Vaughn 100.40 

Iredell : 
Estate of 

J. F. McLean 

Johnston : 
Estate of 

J. L. T. Sneed 

Jones: 

Estate of * 

Carolina W. Whitfield 

Lee: 

Estate of 

Mrs. M. L. Baldwin 



Lincoln: 
Eftates of 

Miss M. C. Burgin $ 13.01 

L. W. Hoyle 338 14 

L. W. Hoyle 23.28 

Macon : 
Estate of 

Mrs. I. Keener 

Mecklenburg: 
Estates of 

Putnam Brinkley $ 83.97 

J. P. Caldwell 13.19 



1917] 

TAX — Continued. 



Document No. 4 



33 



Hertford : 
Estates of 

J. E. Brett $ 

W. P. Shaw 

J. B. Bowen 



114.76 
338.12 



Johnston : 
Estate of 

L. B. Richardson 



Lenoir ; 
Estate of 

Mrs M .T. Stanley 



Mecklenburg: 
Estates of 

Mrs. E. J. Strickland. 
Harrison Watts 



145.50 
442.17 



34 



Document 'No. 4 



[Session 

INHERITANCE 



1915. 
Mecklenbvirg — continued : 
Estates of 

S. H. Hilton $ 8.20 

G. W. Campbell 392.25 

W. H. Wooten 37.20 

Jane Alexander 147.40 

D. A. Tompkins 116.40 

Mrs. Anna Lardner 1,424.72 



ilfhell: 
Eslnte 



1917] 

TAX — Continued, 



Document Xo. 4 



35 



1916. 
Mecklenburg — continued : 
Estates of 

Chas. F. Wad&worth 

Thos. jr. Sliaw 

Jno. Knox 

H. C. Stevens 

.Tas. W. Wadsworth 

Mrs. Alice McRae Vann 

T. K. Kell 

Miss C. C. Kell 

Miss M. L. Brown 

A. M. Beattie 

Z. T. Bailes 

S. M. Howell 

J. H. Mr Aden 

T. H. Lomas 

Hugh F. Efird 

R. J. Brevard 

Mrs. L. L. Stowe 

Miss Sarah A. Nisbett 

J. T. Spence 

T. M. Shaw 

Mrs. M. A. Osborne 

A. B. Youn? 

Mrs. Martha I. Black 

J. H. Carson 

Vinton Liddell 

Egbert R. Harty 

Jas. Harty 

Mrs. M. M. Kennedy 

Mrs. Margaret Meyers 

.r. ililton Caldwell 

Jno. L. Morehead 

Mrs. Emmaline Alexander 

F. K. Alexander 

William Vandiver 

Thos. M. McAden 

Mrs. M. A. Jackson 

Mrs. Cora J. Robertson 

Georgia Steele 

Miss Ruth Alexander 

Mrs. Ida Schiff 

H. D. Stowe 

W. B. Rj der, Sr 

W. B. Ryder. Jr 

Martha J. Alexander 

D. A. Tompkins 

Mrs. S. A. Cuthbcrtfon 

Miss M. V. Cutlibertson 

Mrs Julia B. Springs 



192 60 

118 60 

3.61 

54.47 
321.38 
131.80 

33.00 

17.65 
166.35 

75.35 

90.94 
208.73 
929.86 
125.66 
111.46 
152.55 

21.64 

94 43 

750.27 

821.57 

1,729.62 

107.26 

103.39 

1,817.86 

5,957.90 

3,969.88 

267.06 

98.17 
134.10 

89.54 
3,599.72 

15.00 

80 21 
282.74 
336.83 
262.38 
507.20 

26.31 
228.45 

93.48 
116.00 
224.12 

53.03 

239 35 

11,147.16 

168.00 

23.13 
245.87 $ 36,933 35 



36 



Document No. 4 



[Session 

INHERITANCE 



1915. 
Nash: 

Estates of 

Mrs. T. A. Merriott and C. P. Price * 

Mrs. Mildred B. Thorpe 

New Hanover: 
Estates of 

J. E. Bear $ 

J. H. Chadbourn 

Mrs, Elizabeth Watson 

F. M. Emerson 

W. A. Caldwell 

A. David 

Ella K. Hill 

Rachel H. Bishop 

Agnes L. Springer 

Sarah E. Johnson 

James Reaves 

Sarah J. Cannon 

Louis D. Belden 

Emma P. WycoCf 

Lucy Bishop 

Mrs. V. Meginney 

Martin Newman 

Joseph T. Harper 

J. H. W. Bonitz 

Patrick Glovin 

Adrienne K. Hariby 

M. H. Curran 



76.25 
65.69 



252.92 

537.53 

123.60 

2,260 29 

44.72 

954.63 

80.40 

6.91 

218.80 

5.37 

31.09 

76.53 

222.74 

25.10 

28.00 

6.80 

171.90 

685.67 

11.72 

20.03 

165.40 

19.41 



Orange: 
Estate of 

John B. Lenning 

Perquimans : 
Estate of 

J. P. Towe 

Pitt: 

Estates of 

B. F. Crawford $ 108.15 

J. Z. Brooks 1.50 



Polk: 

Estate of 

Angie Gilbert 



1917] Document No. 4 37 

TAX — Continued. 

1916. 
Nash: 

E&tates of 

Mrs. T. A. Marriott $ 22.95 

Mrs. Elizabeth Ricks 62.71 $ 85.66 

New Hanover: 
Estates of 

J. F. Divine $ 84.89 

Mrs. Lucy W. Giles 3,532.72 

Helena C. Bremer 114.59 

J. H. Hanby 117.15 

Chas, J. MitcheU 1,106.51 

Jesse Wilder 133.97 

Ellis C. McClelland 9,88 

Mrs. Ellen Barr 8.76 

T. G. Pickett 25.42 

Nathan Schloss 5.73 

J. . H. Hanby 27.28 

M. J. Heyer 270.40 

C. W. Yates ^. 1,672.00 

J. Lave Walker .* 315.75 

J. W. Duls 145.59 

Geo. R. French 1,496 77 

Geo. W. Higgins 217.10 

G. J. Boney 805.69 

I. H. Barneman, Jr 14.90 

Sarah C. Cowan 77.60 

Samuel Bear 9,775.65 

Mary H. Kenan 558.20 

Agnes D. Lucas 13.16 

Salina Davis 27.13 

Frank B. Brown 235.97 20,794.81 



Perquimans: 
Estate of 

Theophilua Elliott 

Pitt: 

Estates of 

Nancy Moore $ 16 :J3 

Job Moore 174.60 

M. G. Ernul 237.50 

B. R. Sumcrell 194.43 

C. A. White 438.00 

a. J. Parker 43.82 

L. Peden 14.35 

Polk: 

FJ states of 

Margaret Camp $ 28.96 

M. V. Edwards 19.40 

M. V. Edwards 19.25 

M. L. Dowe 188.30 

V. M. Stamey 73.58 



38 



Document No. 4 



[Session 

INHERITANCE 



Rockingham: 
Estates of 

David G. Flack 

Marion R. Redd 

J. \V. Bennett 

D. B. Foucht 

J. Calvin Joyce 

Miss M. E. Hannat. 

A. H. Feild 

Maggie L. Jo.vneh . . . 

Rowan: 
Estates of 

Mary P. Davis 

J. K. Link 

Mariam C. Wiley. . . 
Mary A. Bean 

Rutherford : 
Estates of 

L. A. Holland 

C. C. Geetys 

Emma G. Wallan... 



11.45 

14.55 
9.31 
2.91 

79.92 

22.02 
9.40 

13.82 



22.50 

87.94 

104.76 

326.75 



92.74 
628.82 
55.76 



Scotland : 
Estates of 

John P. Graham $ 36.39 

K. A. Blue 326.76 

Mrs. Eliza E. Kennedy 37.34 

O. S. McMillan 154.61 

A. C. Leach 18.67 



Stokes : 
Estate of 
John Neal 



1917] 

TAX — Continued. 


Document Xo. 4 






39 


Randolph: 
Estates of 

Evelina Shaw 


1916. 


. . . .$ 


31.69 
23.31 $ 




James Richardson 






55.00 


Robeson : 
Estates of 

L. R. Hamer 

L. R, Townsend 

D. F. ilcCormich 


....$ 


197.48 
30.25 
138.25 


365.98 


Rockingham: 
Estates of 

N. P. Whitsett 


....$ 


3.78 
724.07 
986.40 
6 34 
535.85 
101.43 
54.73 
48.45 




P. R Penn 








Maud V. Redman 

Geo. Johnston 








Frank J. Curtis 






2,461.05 








Rowan: 
Estates of 

Ellen S. McKenzie 


— $ 


18.90 
112.53 
94.40 
57.94 












Levi Polas 






283.77 


Rutherford : 
Estates of 


. $ 


211.33 

27.04 

106.54 

167.87 

9.60 




W. A. Sparks 

Martha C. Bird 








Jno. I. Head 

G. E. Young 
















Scotland : 
Estates of 

Jno. D. Shaw, Jr 

Betsy Shaw 


....$ 


250.37 
65.81 

147.84 
11.52 

177.81 
6.47 
11.82 




T. D. Gibson 








J. N. McCarmichael 








Peter McRae 








Daniel McNeill 






671 64 



Surry : 
Estates of 

Jesse Yates $ 32.98 

M. A. Chelton 250.90 



40 Document 'No. 4 . [Session 

INHERITANCE 



Wake : 

Estates of 

W. M. Pase $ 88.03 

R. B. Raney 818.47 

R. H. Battle 333.46 

John M. Crenshaw 316.81 

Prank A. Day 213.40 

Minerva A. Nowell 29.06 

Sarah W. Todd 133.55 



1917] Document No. 4 41 

TAX — Continued. 

1916. 
Transylvania: 
Estates of 

Amanda Rowe $ 115.11 

H P. Moore 45.50 

F. E. Chapman 26.15 $ 186.76 



E^tates of 

S. S. Woodley $ 132.13 

D. A Sample 74.34 

S. Bodwell 38.77 

Union : 
Estates of 

J. S. Nance $ 14.24 

W. O. Starnes 24.23 

Bettie Ross 104.47 

C. W. Bruner 66.98 

Frank L. Heath 19.71 

J. S. Nance 14.61 

C. W. Bruner 20.87 

E. M. Griffith 69.87 

H. M. Broom 40.06 

J. Earl Heath 45.07 

A. W. Heath 623.76 

Wake: 

Estates of 

F. T. Whitley $ 62.11 

Minnie C. Connor 29.10 

A. G. Fleming 115.81 

W. H. Armstrong 43.65 

Eliza Reaves 22.62 

Sam Paris 13.44 

Louisa Pollard 23.28 

W. H. Armstrong 145.50 

Vines E. Turner 119.23 

Susan C. Blake 278.64 

Geo. B. Anderson 13.53 

Margaret S. West . 56.77 

Jno. M. Crenshaw 25.46 

Mrs. L. J. Crenshaw 393.92 

Sarah W. Lewis 220.53 

Julia Fisher 191.09 

J. R. Ellis 26.30 

R. B. Raney 210.96 

J. A. Kemp J 44.08 

W. H. Norwood 30.38 

Helen Allen 31.70 

S. B. Shepherd 240 31 

Wm. J. Hicks 194.00 

Eliza Reaves 18.19 

Geo. W. Norwood 42.76 

Jno. T. Pullen 743.44 

Geo. K. Crozier 579.00 

J. M. Chamberlain 471.20 



42 



Document No. 4 



[Session 

INHERITANCE 



Watauga : 
Estate of 

J. I. Lewis $ 

Wayne: 
Estates of 

W. R. Hooks $ 271.60 

Mamie Clark 33.63 

Wilkes : 
Estate of 

John T. Peden 

Wilson : 
Estate of 

J W. Gardner 

Total ? 



1917] 

TAX — Continued. 



Document No. 4 



43 



1916. 
Wake — contimted : 
Estates of 

Myra M. Boggs $ 29.10 

Mrs. Florence P. Tucker 7,474.36 

W. J. King 18.05 

Eliza Reaves 126.37 

R. A. Freeman 135.40 

W. D. Upchurch 248.72 

W. W. Jenkins 159.95 $ 12,580.95 

Warren : 
Estates of 

A. Crinkley ? 98.41 

F. M. Duke . 26.10 124.51 

Watauga : 
Estate of 

G. H. Blair 49.63 

Wayne: 
Estates of 

Dock Smith $ 223.62 

Alex Casey 40.85 

F. J. Jeffress 49.66 

K. E. Bissell 152.84 

W. T. Aycock 89.58 556.55 



Wilson : 
Estates of 

J. D. Dawes $ 229.68 

W. H. Edmundson and wife 417.84 

Diana Rountree 1,849.48 

N. W. Williams 59.82 2,556.82 

Yadkin : 
Estate of 

J. W. Williams 28.47 

Total $ 153,759.18 



Document No. 4 45 



STATEMENT OF INTEREST 

Received From General, Departmental, and Institutional Bank Balances 
For Fiscal Year Ending November 30, 1915, and November 30, 1916. 

Year of 1915. Year of 1916. 

General Account $1,264.06 $ 5,600 44 

Departments: 

Agricultural $ 335.69 $ 396.1S 

Agricultural Oil Inspection Fund 172.86 360.73 

Insurance Department 1,173.42 1,681.97 2,144.67 2,901.58 



Institutions: 

Caswell Training School $ 38.20 $ 31.68 

Confederate Women's Home 127.20 12.78 

N. C. Inst, for D., D., and B 98.40 231.24 

N. C. School for Deaf 25.21 216.54 

N. C. Tuberculosis Sanatorium 164.53 149.17 

Soldiers Home . . . .' 95.31 63.52 

State Hospital, Goldsboro 55.68 136.00 

State Hospital, Morganton 507.83 900.98 

State Hospital, Raleigh 91.25 144.99 

State's Prison 107.01 1,310.62 526.44 



Special Accounts : 

Audubon Society $ 6.91 $ 24.03 

Automobile Account 215.56 490.70 

Board Education 136.57 262.97 

Fisheries Commission 13,57 25.13 

Pension Account 11.38 1.00 

Shellfish Account 9.97 393.96 



Total $4,650.61 



Note — Interest for lai.l covert eight month.', oul.v, from dale of Act. 



46 Document ISTo. 4 [Session 

ITEMIZED STATEMENT OP APPROPRIATIONS PAID TO PUBLIC 

1915. 

^ ^. T. ^ ■, Equalizing Higli Farm-Life Rural 

Counties. Per Capita. „ , c. ,. , c ,. , 

Fund. Schools. Schools. Libraries. 

Alamance $ 3,012.33 $ 4,422.35 $ 700.00 $ $ 75.00 

Alexander 1,342 35 5,184.00 900.00 65.00 

Alleghany 872.80 3,698.70 500.00 80.00 

Anson 2,610.09 3.972.87 1,000.00 90.00 

Ashe 2,172.54 5,325.45 400.00 70.00 

Avery 1,156.25 2,530.95 550.00 10.00 

Beaufort 3,012.02 5,914.60 800.00 90.00 

Bertie 2,555.09 4,753.10 1,000.00 145.00 

Bladen 1,994.18 4,514.74 750.00 40.00 

Brun.swick 1,525.67 3.296.17 450.00 20.00 

Buncombe 5,557.70 9,060.55 1,050.00 55 00 

Burke 2,186.79 3,589.07 500.00 40.00 

Cabarrus 2,926.25 4,826.49 500.00 40.00 

Caldwell 2,169.75 4,277.89 500.00 60.00 

Camden 688.84 2,170.43 450.00 20.00 

Carteret 1,369.60 3,283.55 500.00 65.00 

Caswell 1,634 05 2,859.35 400.00 10.00 

Catawba 3,478.67 6,134.27 300.00 1,000.00 155.00 

Chatham 2,345.02 4,051.65 1,000.00 55.00 

Cherokee 1,612.99 3,099.22 1,000.00 10.00 

Chowan 1.125.60 1,897.32 

Clay 450.45 627.25 750.00 

Cleveland 3,326.94 6,832.70 850.00 65.00 

Columbus 2,904.88 7,000.35 1,000.00 75.00 

Craven 2,470.74 4.265.85 800.00 2,500.00 

Cumberland 3.102.13 5,784.31 850.00 

Currituck 876.45 3,479.35 400.00 40.00 

Dare 501.20 3,247.80 500.00 

Davidson 3,167,16 6,057.45 750.00 

Davie 1,374.56 2,627.05 500.00 

Duplin 2,655.91 5,361.88 1,000.00 

Durham 3,814.65 1,000.00 2,500.00 55.00 

Edgecombe 2,951.33 1,136.85 850.00 20.00 

Forsyth 5,515.90 1,150.00 60.00 

Franklin 2,767.39 4,798.55 600.00 45.00 

Ga.ston 4,064.23 8,048.22 1,500.00 80.00 

Gates 1,183.50 2,386.67 900.00 25.00 

Graham 496 90 918.73 250.00 10.00 

Granville 2,491.80 5,099.02 900.00 85.00 

Greene 1,525.36 2,409.90 600.00 15.00 

Guilford 6,418.24 11,683.07 1,650."00 2,500.00 85.00 

Halifax 3,901.35 500 00 25.00 

Harnett 2,452.47 5,339.91 750.00 1,500.00 35.00 

Haywood 2,451.86 650.00 15.00 

Henderson 1,762.87- 3,278.50 750.00 55.00 

Hertford 1,437.11 2,293.75 650.00 

Hoke 1,233.67 1,935.70 800.00 10.00 

Hyde 839.35 4,442.60 500.00 30.00 

Iredell 3,545.56 7,592.21 900.00 1,500.00 35.00 

Jackson 1,509.88 6,146.15 1,000 00 20.00 

Johnston 4,707.70 7,989.34 1.250.00 65.00 

Jones 976.15 1,983.17 575.00 

Lee 1,258.13 2,629.57 500.00 85 00 



1^*17] Dorr.MEN^T 'No. 4 

SCHOOLS OUT OF GENERAL FUND FOR FISCAL YEARS 1913 AND IHl 



47 



AJamance $ 2,984,70 

Alexander 1.307.05 

Alleghany 8.51.33 

^"-'"n 2,660.50 

Aslie 2,152 52 

Avery 1,133.18 

Beaufort 3,018.73 

Berlie 2,343.23 

B'atltn 2,003.10 

Brunswick 1,579.28 

Buncombe 3,777.30 

Burl^e 2,193.67 

Cabarrus 2,936.45 

Caldwell 2,233.99 

Camden 641.00 

Carteret 1,399.34 

Caswell 1,630.94 

Catawba 3,499.48 

Chatham 2,318.63 

3herokee 1,337.21 

Ciowan 1,177.11 

Clay 426.30 

Jlevcland 3,256.94 

Columbus 2,897.77 

Cfaven 2,663.28 

3umberland 3,683.24 

Jurrituck 877.63 

Jafe 533.65 

Javidson 3,718.20 

'av'C 1,340.45 

Juplin 2,991.20 

'"fliam 4,122.22 

Edgecombe 3,672.72 

'•■■•V"i 5,754.40 

'fanklin 2,829.71 

'a»'on 4.420.45 

*»'«» 1,195.98 

'"ham 494.03 

'■■anville 2,745.88 

*nfne 1,535.97 

'"'■ford 6,299.50 

Ja'i'ax 4,143.37 

'"""■tt 2,564.90 

laywood 2,355.77 

lenderfon 1,692.20 

Hertford 1,593.82 

'•■■e 1,260.33 

'>"*« 886.32 

"<•<'" 4,004.33 

"■""on 1.514.93 

ohnslon 4,962.75 

O"*" 995.52 

** 1,306.43 



Equalizing 
Fund. 

? 5,181.03 
6,681.10 
3,680.68 
4,387.71 
11.204.90 
3,220.53 
6,737.00 
5,068.02 
4,636.23 

10.033.40 
3,613,05 
4,807.55 
4,454.43 
1,605.43 
3,363.37 
2,906.60 
6,649.34 
4,471.68 
3,243.35 
2,023.40 
698.90 
7,104.93 
7,419.23 
3.633.70 
6,162.30 
2,898.90 
3,333.63 
4,511.25 
2,968.03 
6,173.40 

4,188.35 

3,137.30 
8,474.13 
2,642.03 
1,043.40 
5,314.40 
2,559.35 
10,855.50 

5,429.13 
1,019.25 
3,389.90 
2,719,05 
1,996.15 
5,378.90 
8,162.50 
3,706.53 
7,237.95 
2.167. 1() 
2.888.47 



Farm-Life 
Schools. 



Rural 
Libraries. 



'0(1.00 .i; $ .30.00 $ 8.K95.75 

^50 00 10.00 8,948.15 

•'^OOO 40.00 5,022.03 

850 00 45 00 8,043.21 

300.00 5,5 00 13,712.42 

550.00 10 00 4,913.71 

800-00 10.573.73 

1.000.00 8,61127 

"0.00 7,409.35 

•*50.00 10.00 3,597.80 

^•300.00 10.00 17,120 70 

500.00 6,308.72 

«0000 8 3^4 00 

*=0.00 25.00 7,183.42 

500.00 10.00 2,756.43 

500,00 30 00 5,292 91 

300.00 23,00 4,862.54 

500 00 1,300.00 5.00 12 133 82 

1.000.00 25.00 7,815 33 

1.000.00 25.00 5,807.56 

30.00 3,230.51 

■'OO.OO 5.00 1,830.20 

900.00 45,00 11,306.89 

1.000.00 20.00 11,337,02 

800.00 2,500.00 10.00 9,606 98 

600.00 10,445.74 

*50.00 25.00 4,231.55 

500.00 50.00 4,417.30 

■^50.00 40.00 9,019.45 

•150.00 20.00 4.778.50 

1.000.00 10.00 10.174.60 

1,000.00 2,500.00 65.00 7,677 22 

1.050.00 8.911.07 

1,150.00 2,000.00 40.00 8,944.40 

500 00 20.00 8,487.01 

1,500.00 2,500.00 20.00 16,914.60 

900 00 15 00 4,733 03 

200.00 1,739.45 

950.00 5.00 9,015.28 

5"5 00 40.00 4,708.32 

1,630.00 2,500.00 21,305.00 

500.00 50.00 4,693.57 

873.00 1,500.00 40.00 10,409.05 

600.00 600.00 3,975.02 

"0000 10.00 5,992.10 

650 00 25.00 4,987.87 

•^"0 00 10.00 4,066.48 

450 00 40.00 6,755.22 

900.00 1,500.00 40.00 14,606 85 

1.000 00 •, . . . 15.00 8,236 48 

1.2-'''0.00 55 00 13,503.70 

3,162.62 

500.00 15.00 4,709.90 



48 



Document No. 4 



[ Session 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS APPRO 



Equalizing 
Fund. 



High 
Schools. 



Farm-Life 
Schools. 



Sural 
Libraries. 





$ 2 483 75 


$ 2,141.77 
3.626.95 
2.677.55 
3,541.10 
1,710.57 
3,359.10 
9,176.15 
3,754.15 
3.066.90 
4,839.45 
3,501.50 

4,899.55 
3,601.70 
3,605.75 
5,796.35 
2,335.45 
3,303.75 
2.068.52 
3,335.87 
7,331.12 
1,644.32 
5.563.62 
3,763.30 
7,392.52 
8.048.22 
6,497.79 
5,858.04 
6.004.28 
1,597.72 
2,74463 
4,318.80 
6,179.72 
2,541.20 
2.096.00 
1,190.32 
7,222.55 
2,957.30 

10,137.24 
3.738.05 
1,394,32 
2,440.20 
4,848.05 

12,663.70 


$ 500.00 
700.00 
750.00 
600.00 
600.00 
950 00 

1,350.00 
300.00 

1,000.00 
600.00 

1.150.00 

1,100.00 
800.00 
950.00 
500. OD 

850.00 

500.00 

900 00 

400.00 

1,150.00 

675.00 

1,550.00 

1,000.00 

1,000 00 

800.00 

1,000.00 

1,100.00 

250.00 

1,000.00 

850.00 

750.00 

600 00 

600.00 

900.00 

750.00 

1,650.00 

550.00 

600.00 

1,300.00 
750.00 

1,000.00 
650.00 
500.00 


$ S 


1 35.00 

20.00 
50.00 

30.00 

90.00 

5.00 

140.00 
130.00 

40.00 
20.00 
25.00 

30 00 
15.00 
25.00 
80.00 
35.00 
90 00 
45.00 
30.00 
55.00 
85.00 
40.00 
55 00 
25.00 
110.00 
105.00 
35.00 
10.00 
20.00 

20.00 

80.00 

40.00 

50.00 

245.00 

30.00 

20.00 


$ 5 160 5: 






6,320. 2( 




1 369 29 


4,816. 8< 










Martin 


. . . . 1 867 22 




4 177 7! 






6,147.81 




7 248 42 




17,864.5' 


Mitchell 






5,194.91 




. . . . 1 629 72 




5 696 6: 




2 324 .58 


7,904.0: 


NTash 




1,500.00 


9,975.6! 


New Hanover 


2.607.92 


2,607.9! 




1 521 65 


5 963 3i 








6,186.8! 
7,422.1' 
4,045.9! 
5,876.9. 








Pasquotank 


1,710.54 






1 284 14 




3,367.61 
5 691 8i 


Person 


1 830 99 
















2,846.5; 








10,127.1; 




2.279.68 

5 012 40 








1,500.00 


15 484.9: 




3 981 24 


13 084 4i 




4,084 05 


2,500.00 


14,166. 8. 










3 185 74 




10 325 o: 








4.463.9: 




2 448 45 




5,553.0: 




.... 2 266 37 




7,690.1' 




3 304 03 




10.368.7 




1 064 59 




4,365.7' 








3,564.5' 








2,330.5: 




.... 3 810 93 


11,953,4 




1.974.98 


2,500.00 


5,682,2 




7,245.95 


21,613.1: 




2,168.52 


6,456.5' 




1,605.87 


3,600.3: 




1,368 06 


3,848.21 






9,992.5' 








17,224 0; 




3,329.73 


1,500.00 


5,859.7: 


Yadkin . . . . 


1,618.26 


2,902 27 
3,874.20 


5.170.5: 






5,930.4; 










Totals 


$241,000.00 


$409,630.45 


$ 74,550 00 


$ 21,000.00 $ 4,190.00 


$750,370,4; 



1917] 

KIATIONS — Continued. 



DocrMENT No. 4 



4ft 



Counties. 


Per Capita. 


Equalizing 
Fund. 


High 
Si-hools. 


Farm-Life 
Schools. 


Rural 
Libraries. 


Total. 




» 2,630.18 

.... 2 023 83 


$ 3,548.95 
4,287.50 
2,675.50 
3,681.70 
1,674.10 
3,440.45 
9,618.65 
4,080.40 
3,180.25 
5,186.60 
3,779.80 

5,175.80 
3,938.45 
4,091.35 
6,810.00 
2,972.70 
3,409.65 
2,360.70 
3,491.80. 
8,604.90 
1,712.20 
5,199.05 
4,482.65 
8,011.40 
8,482.45 
8,326,25 
6,201.60 
6,500.95 
1,078.70 
3,431.40 
4,800.95 
6,754.05 
2,844.95 
2,128.60 
1,248.15 
7,796.80 
4,118.10 

12,397.80 
3,969.20 
2,218.45 
2,622.00 
5,344.05 

10,290.20 
1,885.60 
3.150.40 
3,949.85 


$ 500.00 
700.00 
750.00 
600.00 
700 00 

1,000.00 

1,400,00 
400.00 

1,000.00 
700.00 

1,150.00 

1,050.00 
800.00 
950.00 
450.00 

1,000.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 
500.00 

1,150.00 
650.00 

1,550.00 
900.00 

1,000.00 
900.00 
900.00 
950.00 
350.00 
750.00 
800.00 
850.00 
600.00 
450.00 

1,100.00 
700 00 

1,700.00 
550.00 
700.00 

l-,300.00 

700.00 

1,000.00 

1,075.00 


$ 


$ 40.00 
20.00 
70.00 


$ 6,719.13 


aln 




7,031.33 








4.915.77 




.... 2 367 53 




6.649 23 


. 




4,323.68 


owell 






20.00 
65.00 
10.00 
40.00 
55.00 
30.00 
35.00 
50.00 
15.00 
55.00 
30.00 
35.00 
25.00 
10 00 
10.00 
25.00 
40.00 
15.00 
15.00 
70 00 
45.00 
95.00 
20.00 
40.00 
50.00 

25.00 
20.00 
15.00 

65.00 
15.00 
4000 
50.00 
10.00 
10 00 
45.00 
20,00 


6,033,85 


;lenburg 


.:.. 7,660.36 




18,744,01 




5,648.95 








5.929.46 


° 


. . . . 2,422.29 


2,500.00 
2,500.00 


10,863.89 




3,834.20 


11.294.00 


Hanover 


.... 2.617.18 


2,652.18 
8,693.45 








6,403.88 








6.674.39 








8.348.63 


uotank 


.... 1,714.16 




4,721.86 
6,130.87 








3,53.1.13 






5,763.91 








13,817,40 








3,223.5!) 








9.935.30 








7,578.29 






1,500.00 


16.395.47 


i "h 




13,372.10 






2,500.00 


15.945.70 






10,220.45 








10,543,20 


and 


. . . . 1.781.60 
2 498 70 




3.800,30 






6,280.10 






7,814.79 




3 485 56 




11,059,61 


' 






4,789.31 


svlvania 


. . . . 893.74 




3,622.34 


ell 


. . . 540 45 


2,238.60 




3 958 26 


12,920,06 


, 






6,989.03 






2,500.00 


24,081.92 




2 173 87 


6,743 07 


iington 


1,144.94 

. . . . 1 363 35 




4,073.39 




3,995,35 




3 907 21 


10,596.26 








14.610.84 




. . . . 3 646.12 


1,250.00 


7 781 72 




1,689.10 


10,00 
















Totals 




$447,940.45 


$ 74,175.00 


? 29,250.00 


« 2,460.00 


$802,325.45 









50 Document N"o. 4 [Session 



statement 

BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Foe Fiscal Years Ending November 30, 1915, and November 30, 1916. 

Receipts: Year of 1915. Year of 1916. 

Balances, previous years .'.... $ 5,230.05 $ 3,426.89 

Entries vacant land $ 4,724.46 $ 1,169.42 

Loans for building schoolhouses re- 
paid 98,272.79 108,107.88 

Sale swamp lands 3,225.00 13,638.98 

106,222.25 ■ — 122,916.28 

$111,452.30 $126,343.17 
Disbursements: 

Clerk Loan Fund (salary) $ 1,693.33 $ 1,817.50 

Loans for building schoolhouses. .. . 105,600.00 104,160.00 

Drainage swamp lands 1,263.78 

Sale swamp lands 732.08 267.53 

Survey swamp lands 15,133.28 

■ 108,025.41 122,642.09 

Balance December 1st $ 3,426.89 $ 3,701.08 



19171 



Document 'No. 4 



51 



LOANS TO COUNTIES FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOUSES 

OUTSTAXDINO AT END OF THE FISCAL YEARS 1915 AND 1916. 



1915. 

Alamance $ 8.235 00 

Alexander 3,302.00 

Alleghany 1,288.70 

Anson 6,103.00 

Ashe 4,555.00 

Avery 2,635.00 

Beaufort 6.820 00 

Bertie 3,800.00 

Bladen 1,727.00 

Brunswick 3.400.00 

Buncombe 21,900 00 

Burke 368.00 

Cabarrus 4,298.50 

Caldwell 6,230 00 

Camden 6,880.00 

Carteret 1,995.00 

Caswell 565.00 

■ Catawba 11,549 00 

Chatham 2,767.50 

Cherokee 7,948.00 

Chowan 2,000.00 

Clay ! 1,645.00 

Cleveland 3,031.80 

Columbus 6,797.50 

Craven 2,460.00 

Cumberland 4,427.50 

Currituck 2.680.00 

Dare 4,059.00 

Davidson 2,340.00 

Duplin 9,228.10 

Durham 14,600 00 

F.dsecombe 7,802 50 

Forsyth 500 00 

Franklin 4,300.00 

Gaston 12,755.00 

Gates _ 4,815.00 

Graham 40.00 

'Danville 8,315.00 

tie 2,225.00 

Mlford 7,452.50 

Halifax 480.00 

Harnett 10,027.50 

Haywood 285.00 

Henderson 3,355.00 

Hertford 2,991.00 

Hoke 4,410.00 

1 In 1,460.00 

I'll 7,739.00 

1- wn 3,730.00 

JohnMon 10,862.50 

Jones 1,060.00 

I-ee 2,267.50 

Lenoir 1,500.00 

Lincoln 3,842 60 

Macon 1,098.70 



1916. 
I 7.385.00 
3,384.00 
1,200.80 
5,056.00 
4,347.50 
3.087.50 
5,230.00 
5.850 00 
2.340.50 
2.877.50 

18,370.00 
204.00 
3,752.50 
6,530,00 
6,000.00 
1,862.50 
460.00 

10,547.00 
2,300.00 
6,876.00 
1,750.00 
2,062.50 
2,490.00 
5,060.00 
1,400 00 
6.294.00 
2,795.00 
3,570.00 
3,330.00 

10,922.40 

15,200.00 

11.655.00 

250.00 

3,400.00 

11,522.50 ' 
4.557. SO 
20.00 
6,900.00 
1,915.00 
8,585.00 
5,400.00 

11,515.00 
570 00 
4.170.00 
2,969.00 
3,925.00 
1.830 00 
7,984.50 
3,140.00 

12,907.50 
860,00 
1.865.00 
1.200.00 
3,028.80 
2,578.10 



52 Document No. 4 • [Session 

LOANS TO COUNTIES FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOUSES— Conhnucd. 

1915. 1916. 

Madison $ 4.535.00 $ 6.705,00 

Martin 3,030.00 2,610.00 

McDowell 6,940.00 6,460.00 

Mecklenburg 10,010.00 13,805,00 

Mitchell 978.00 669.50 

Montgomery 780.00 1,797,00 

Moore 1,165.00 1,492.50 

Nash 7,570,00 9,750.00 

New Hanover 3,000.00 2,500.00 

Northampton 9,730.00 9,020.00 

Onslow 8,270.00 8,240.00 

Orange 5,282.50 4,627.50 

Pamlico 3,632.00 3,822.75 

Pasquotank 2,800 GO 2,400.00 

Pender 5,575.00 5,450.00 

Perquimans ■. 3,667.50 4,235.00 

Pitt 17,394.40 16.201.00 

Polk 955.00 1,412.50 

Randolph 5,345.00 4,115.00 

Richmond 8,337.50 7.850.00 

Robeson ' 7,740.00 8,125.00 

Rockingham 13,520.00 16,575.00 

Rowan 8,988.50 13,605.00 

Rutherford 2.785.00 2,187.00 

Sampson 5,019.00 4,128.50 

Scotland 2,000.00 1,800 00 

Stanly 5,440.00 4,522.50 

Stokes 5,350.50 5,395.00 

Surry 1.200.00 5,800.00 

Swain 4,407.00 4,312.50 

Transylvania 2,460 00 2,770.00 

Tyrrell 1,050.00 900.00 

Union 3.307.00 . 2,893.00 

Vance 6,140.00 7,010.00 

Wake 24,296.50 24,478.50 

Warren 4,955,00 3,870.00 

Washington 4,030,00 3,485.00 

Watauga 229.00 145.00 

Wayne 10.099.90 6,691.20 

Wilkes 13,863.50 14.419 25 

Wilson 8,670.00 10,140.00 

Yadkin 318.00 766.00 

Yancey 1,225.00 3,200.00 

Total $509,050.20 $524,963.80 



1917] Document No. 4 - 53 

value of property owned by the state of north carolina, 
december 1, 1916. 

Agriculture, in Raleigh (appraised) : 

Land $ 75,000.00 

Buildings 17,000.00 

Furniture and fi.xtures 7,500.00 

Museum, contents 150,000.00 $ 249,500.00 

Agriculture, outside Raleigh (appraised) : 

Lands $101,560 00 

Buildings 48,270.00 

Furniture and fixtures 2,250.00 

Other property 37,565.00 189,645.00 $ 439,145.00 

General State Property, Raleigh (estimated) : 
Administration: 

Land $ 45,000.00 

Building 200,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 79,000.00 $ 324,000 00 

Capitol: 

Land $450,000.00 

Building 700,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 45,000.00 1,195,000.00 

Central Heating Plant: 

Building 45,000.00 

Departments: 

Land $ 35,000 00 

Building 80,000.00 

Furniture and fi.xtures 30,000.00 

Other property 15,400.00 160,100,00 

Governor's Mansion : 

Land $150,000.00 

Building 40.000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 9,000.00 199,000 00 

Lot, Salisbury and Morgan Streets: 

Land 35,000.00 

Moore Square: 

Land 150,000.00 

Nash Square 

Land 200,000.00 

Other property: 

Books, Law Library $ 50,000 00 

Books, State Library 75,000.00 

Books, hands Secretary State 115,000.00 

Paper stock 8,000.00 248,000.00 3,556.400 00 



54 Document No. 4 [Session 

VALUE OP PROPERTY OWNED BY THE STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, 
DECEMBER 1, 1916 — Continued. 

Hospitals and Homes. 

Confederate So'.diei'S Home, Raleigh (appraised) : 

Land $ 20,000.00 

Buildings 20,000.00 

Furniture and fl.\tures 3.000 00 

Other property 3,250.00 $ 46,250.00 

Con. Women's Home, Fayetteville (estimated) : 

Land $ 2,500.00 

Buildings 10,000.00 

Furniture and fi.\tures 5,000.00 

Other property 1,000.00 18,500.00 

N. C. Sanatorium for Tuberculosis, Sana- 
torium (estimated) ; 

Land $ 7,500 00 

Buildings 70,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 17,500 00 

Other property 2,500.00 97,500.00 

State Hospital, Goldsboro (estimated) : 

Land $ 25,000.00 

Buildings 250 000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 10,000.00 

Other property 7,500.00 292,500.00 

State Hospital, Morganton (estimated) : 

Land $ 80,000 00 . 

Buildings 625,000.00 

Furniture and fitxtures 22,500.00 

Other property 25,000.00 752,500.00 

State Hospital, Raleigh (appraised) : 

Land $100,000 00 

Buildings 600,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 25,000 00 

Other property j>. 27,000 00 752,000.00 $ 1,959,250.0" 

Schools and Colleges, 

Appalachian Training School, Boone (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 20.000,00 

Buildings 1 10,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 30,000 00 

Other property 1,500.00 161,500.00 

Caswell Training School, Kinston (ap- 
praised) : ■ 

Land $ 30,000.00 

Buildings 95,000 00 

Furniture and fi.xturcs 10,000 00 

Other property 7,500 00 142,500.00 

Cullowhee Normal School, Cullowhee (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 6,000 00 

Buildings 73,200 00 

Furniture and fixtures 5,000 00 

Other property 20,000 00 104,200.00 



1917] Document 'No. 4 55 

value of property owned by the state op north carolina, 

DECEMBER 1, 1916— Continued. 

Schools and Colleges — Conlinuctl. 

E. Car. Teachers Tr, School. Greenville (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 11.990.00 

Buildings 205.985.00 

Furniture and fixtures 42.010 00 

Other property 6,235.00 $ 266.220.00 

Indian Normal School. Pembroke (appraised) : 

Land $ 1.230.00 

Building 7,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures TOO. 00 8.950.00 

Normal School (colored), Elizabeth City (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 7,500 00 

Buildings 32.500.00 

Furniture and fixtures 2,000.00 42.000.00 

Normal School (colored), Fayetteville (ap- 
praised) ; 

Land $ 4,000.00 

Building 30,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 2,000.00 

Other property 305.00 36.305.00 

Normal School (colored), Winston (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 10.000.00 

Building 50.000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 5.400.00 

Other property 8.200.00 73.600.00 

Negro Agr, and Tech. College. Greensboro (ap- 
praised) : 

Land ? 35.000.00 

Building.s 80.000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 21.750.00 

Other property 4.295.00 141.045.00 

N. C. College A. and M. Arts, Raleigh (esti- 
mated) : 

Land $300,000 00 

Buildings 800.000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 150.000 00 

Other property 75.000 00 1,325.000.00 

N. C. School for Deaf and Blind. Raleigh (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 52.500.00 

Buildings 150.000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 10.000 00 

Other property 3.000 00 215,500,00 



56 Document ISTo. 4 [Session 

VALUE OF PROPERTY OWNED BY THE STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA, 
DECEMBER 1, 1916 — Continued. 

Schools and Colleges — Continued. 

X. C. School for Deaf, Morganton (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $ 55,000.00 

Buildings 470,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 50,000.00 

Other property 12,900.00 $ 587,900.00 

State Normal and Indust. College, Greens- 
boro (appraised) : 

Land $ 75,000.00 

Buildings 600,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 110,000 00 

Other property 7,000.00 792.000 00 

Stonewall Jackson Training School, Concord 
(appraised) : 

Land $ 25,000.00 

Buildings 80,000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 10,500.00 

Other property 19,650.00 135,150 00 

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (ap- 
praised) : 

Land $125,500.00 

Buildings 752,500.00 

Furniture and fixtures 250,000 00 

Invested assets 200,000.00 

Other property 26,000.00 1.354,000.00 $5,385,870 00 

State's Prison. 

Penitentiary, Raleigh, also State farms (esti- 
mated) : 

Lands $115,000.00 

Buildings 840.000.00 

Furniture and fixtures 12,000.00 

Other property 50,000.00 1,017,000.00 

Mount Mitchell Park (cost to date): 

Land 5,000.00 

Total value all property $11,362,665.00 

SUMM.\RV. 

Total value of lands $2 355,300.00 

Total value of buildings 7,081,455.00 

Total value of furniture and fixtures 967,110 00 

Total value of other property 958,800.00 

$11,362,665.00 

Note. — The items marked "Appraised," the values are given by those in charge. The 
items marked "Estimated," the heads of the departments either declined or failed to give 
the values, and same were secured by inquiry from unofficial sources. 



19171 Document l^o. 4 57 



STATK'S INVESTMENT IN RAILROAD AND TL'RNPIKE COMPANIES. 

30.002 -shares stock N. C. Railroad Company $ 3.000.200.00 

12.666 shares stock Atlantic and N. C. Railroad Company 1,266.600 00 

6,381 shares stock Wilkesboro and Jefferson Turnpike 63.810.00 

71 shares stork Junaluska Turnpike 710.00 

1,013,27 shares stock Mattamuskcet Railway Company 101,327.56 

2,865 shares stock Elkin and Alleghany Railway Company 286.500.00 

2.524 shares stock Statesville Air Line Railway Company 126.200.00 

172 shares stock Transcontinental Railway Company 17,200.00 

495 shares slock Watauga and Yadkin River Railway Company 49,500.00 

Total $ 4,912,047.56 

Note. — Turnpike stock is $10 per share. State's Air Line Railway $50. and all others $100. 
North Carolina Railroad stock worth about double par value; Atlantic and North Carolina 
Railroad par. The Mattamuskeet and Transcontinental Railway stock and the Turnpike stock 
is of little or no value, and the other roads are under construct'on. 



STATEMENT OF THE STATE DEBT DECEMBER 1. 1916 

Four per cent State Hospital bonds, due .Inly 1. 1949 $ 500,000.00 

Four per cent redemption bonds, due July 1, 1950 3.430.000.00 

Four per cent State Building bonds, due July 1, 1951 250,000.00 

Four per cent School for Feeble minded bonds, due July 1, 1951 60.000 00 

Four per cent redemption bonds, due January 1, 1953 550,000.00 

Four per cent permanent improvement bonds, due July 1, 1953 1,142,500.00 

Total four per cent debt $ 5,932.500 00 

Six per cent construction bonds, due April 1, 1919 2.720.000.00 

Total interest-bearing bonded debt $ 8,632,500 00 

Four per cent conso'.idated debt bonds, unredeemed 2,000.00 

Six per cent con.'-truction bonds, unredeemed 19,000.00 

Total bonded debt $ 8,673,500.00 



58 Document No. 4 [Session 



BALANCE SHEET STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, DECEMBER 1, 1916. 



ASSETS. 

Balance, General Fund, per audit $220,922.00 

Balance, Educational Fund 3,701,17 $ 224,623.17 

Taxes due in course of collection 158,692.39 

Taxes estimated income from counties available, 1917 1,955,770.50 

Miscellaneous accounts 30,046.43 

Loans to Counties for building schoolhouses 524,963.80 

N. C. Railroad stock, par value 3,000,200.00 

Atlantic and N. C Railroad stock, par value 1,266,600.00 

Other railroad and turnpike stock, par value 645,247.56 

Institutions and other realty 11,362,665.00 



LI.IBILITIES. 

Auditor's warrants outstanding. General Fund . . $ 65,387.49 

Auditor's warrants outstanding. Educational Fund 912.98 $ 66,300.47 

Automobile Fund, to be distributed to counties July 1, 1917.. 184,887.27 

Miscellaneous accounts 1,802.43 

Mt. Mitchell Park Commission 15.959.88 

Loans to State (borrowed money) 100,000.00 

Interest accrued to December 1, 1916 126,075.00 

Bonded debt 8,673,500.00 

Railroad stocks, due State Prison for 56,300.00 9,224,825.00 

Net worth $ 9,943,983.00 



i 

i 



1917] Document No. 4 59 

itemized statement of pensions paid for fiscal tears 1915 and 1916. 



F Disabled Soldiers Total for Disabled Soldiers Total for 

Counties. Soldiers. and Widows. 1915. Soldiers. and Widows. 1916. 

tamance $ 120.00 $ 5,788.00 $ 5,908.00 $ 240.00 $ 5.280.00 $ 5,520.00 

5,876.00 5,876.00 6,236.00 6,236 00 

2,728.00 2,728 00 2,536.00 2,536.00 

240 00 4,020 00 4,260.00 240.00 3,904.00 4,144.00 

120.00 7,108.00 7,228.00 120.00 6,852.00 6,972.00 

1,920.00 1.920.00 1,984.00 1.984.(fo 

' 240.00 3,580.00 3,820.00 240.00 3,196 00 3,436,00 

240.00 1,404.00 1,644.00 240.00 1,244.00 1,484.00 

240 00 4,744.00 4.984,00 240.00 4,492.00 4,732.00 

240.00 5.604.00 5.844.00 240.00 5,220 00 5.460,00 

240.00 12,440.00 12,680.00 600 00 11,284 00 .11,884 00 

240.00 11,160.00 11,400.00 240.00 10,596.00 10,836,00 

120.00 4,192.00 4,312.00 4,020.00 4,020.00 

5,132,00 5,132,00 5,044.00 5,044.00 

668.00 668.00 544 00 544,00 

1,360.00 1.360.00 1,296,00 1,296,00 

120.00 2,956,00 3,076,00 120.00 2,596 00 2,716.00 

120.00 9,836 00 9,956.00 120,00 9,808,00 9,928.00 

6,712,00 6,712.00 6,466,00 6,466,00 

4,616,00 4,616,00 120.00 4,616,00 4,736.00 

956,00 956.00 892,00 892,00 

2,288.00 2,288 00 2,096,00 2,096,00 

480.00 8,304.00 8,784,00 120.00 8,436 00 8,556.00 

240 00 5,560.00 5,800 00 240,00 5,520.00 5,760.00 

360 00 2,852.00 3,212.00 240.00 2,740.00 2,980 00 

240.00 7,290.00 7,530 00 120.00 6,688,00 6,808.00 

1,628.00 1,628.00 1,420.00 1,420,00 

240 00 384 00 624,00 240.00 352.00 592 00 

360.00 8,892.00 9,252.00 360.00 8,300.00 8,660.00 

3,644.00 3,644.00 120.00 3,716 00 3,836.00 

120.00 7,072.00 7,192.00 120.00 6,768.00 6,888.00 

240 00 6,040.00 6,280.00 240.00 5,592 00 5,832.00 

120.00 2,128.00 2,248.00 120.00 2,128.00 2,248.00 

360.00 7,308.00 7,668.00 360,00 6,728.00 7.088.00 

120.00 5,036.00 5,156,00 120.00 4,844.00 4,964.00 

240.00 9,616,00 9,856 00 240.00 9,172 00 9,412,00 

1,744,00 1,744,00 1,680,00 1,680.00 

880,00 880,00 768 00 768.00 

4,920.00 4,920,00 4.636,00 4,636.00 

'■ 1.352.00 1,552.00 1,328.00 1,328.00 

720.00 11,580.00 12,300,00 720.00 11,868,00 12,588.00 

4,424,00 4,424.00 3,928,00 3,928.00 

6,944 00 6,944.00 120.00 6,884,00 7,004 00 

9,788 00 9,788.00 9,440.00 9,440.00 

5,308.00 5,308,00 120.00 5,164 00 5,284.00 

120.00 1,372.00 1,492.00 1,372 00 1,372 00 

1,312 00 1,312.00 1,248,00 1,248 00 

1,392 00 1,392 00 1,296 00 1,296.00. 

360 00 8,668.00 9,028.00 120.00 8,268.00 8,388.00 

240 00 6,952.00 7,192.00 240,00 6,928,00 7,168,00 

480.00 10,036.00 10,516.00 480.00 9,560,00 10,040 00 

1,148.00 1,148 00 956.00 956 00 

3,120.00 3,120.00 2,800.00 2,800 00 



60 



Document No. 4 

STATEMENT OP PENSIONS — Continued. 



1915. 



Disabled 


Soldiers 


Total for 


Disabled 


Soldiers 


Total for 


Soldiers. 


and Widows. 


1915. 


Soldiers. 


and Widows. 


1916. 


120.00 


$ 4,636.00 


$ 4,756.00 


$ 120.00 


$ 4,588.00 


$ 4,703.0 


120.00 


7.400.00 


7.520.00 


240.00 


7,016.00 


7.256.0 




4 436 00 


4.436 00 
7,652.00 




4,544.00 
6,580.00 




600.00 


7.052.00 


840.00 


7,420.0 




2.336.00 


2.336.00 




2.272.00 


2,272.0 


120.00 


5,300.00 


5.420.00 


120.00 


4,908.00 


5,028.0 




9,684 00 


9 684 00 




9 428 00 


9 428 




2,788.00 
4,572.00 








2 664 


120.00 


4.692.00 


120.00 


4.252.00 


4,372.0 














120 00 


3,656.00 


3.776.00 


12000 


3.336.00 


3.456.0 


120.00 


4,056.00 


4,176.00 


120.00 


3,836.00 


3,956.0 












1,408.0 










3 664 00 


3 664 


120.00 


3,068.00 


3,188.00 


120.00 


3.009.00 


3,129.0 


120.00 


704.00 


824 00 


120.00 


640.00 


760.0 




688.00 
3,808.00 

576.00 
2 640 00 


688.00 




928.00 


928.0 










576.00 
2 760 00 




636.00 
2,384 00 


636 


120 00 




2.384.0 












3,856.0 




2,708.00 


2.708.00 




2,676.00 


2,676.0 


240.00 


7.140.00 


7,380.00 


240.00 


6,552.00 


6,792.0 












3,352.0 


240,00 


7,488.00 


7.728.00 


240.00 


7,588.00 


7,828.0 












7,252.0 


480.00 


8,844.00 


9.324.00 


360.00 


8,700.00 


9.060.0 


240.00 


7,292.00 


7.532.00 


360.00 


6.588.00 


6,948.0 


240.00 


9,286.00 


9.526.00 


240.00 


8,692.00 


8,932.0 




1.216.00 
3,516.00 


1,216.00 
3.636.00 




1.216.00 
3,212.00 


1 216.C 


120.00 


120.00 


3,332.0 


120 00 


6.124.00 


6,244.00 


120.00 


5,264.00 


5,384.0 


12.5.00 


8,780.00 


8.900.00 


208.00 


8,504.00 


8,712.0 


240.00 


3,640.00 


3,880.00 


240.00 


3.448.00 


3.688.0 


240.00 


2,408.00 


2,648.00 


240.00 


2.356.00 


2.596.0 




672.00 
6,990.00 


672.00 
7.230.00 




544.00 
6,848.00 


544.C 


240.00 


120.00 


6.968.0 




2.368.00 
9.342.00 








2,116.0 


120.00 


9.462.00 


12000 


9.076.00 


9,196.0 


120.00 


2,268.00 


2.388.00 


120.00 


1.916.00 


2,036.0 






1.212.00 
4.484.00 






1,244.C 


120.00 


4,364.00 


120.00 


4.012.00 


4,132.0 


120.00 


5,248.00 


5.368.00 


120.00 


5.076.00 


5.196.0 




8,832.00 
3.876 00 


8,832.00 
4.116.00 




8 324 00 


8,324.0 


240.00 


240.00 


3.636.00 


3,876.0 


120.00 


5,224.00 


5,344.00 


120.00 


5,052.00 


5,172.0 




4,476.00 


4,716,00 




4.420.00 


4,420.0 









$ 12,840.00 $475,682.00 $488,522 00 
Soldiers' Home Tensions 1,812.00 



12,568.00 $454,720.00 $467,288.00 
1,854.00 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF THE STATE 



NORTH CAROLINA 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1916 



RALEIGH 

Edwards & BKOLiiHTON Feinting Company 

State Pkintkhs 

1917 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 

Depabtment of the State Auditor, 

Raleigh, K C, December 1, 1916. 

To His Excellency, Locke Craio, 

Governor of North Carolina. 

Sir : — In obedience to the law, I liave the honor to hand you here- 
with the annual report of the Department of the State Auditor for 
the fiscal year ending liTovember 30, 1916, showing the financial trans- 
actions and condition of the State. 

Respectfully submitted. 




^ 



State Auditor. 



CONTENTS 



PAET I. 

Statement A. 

Educational Fund. 

Showing sources from which receipts were derived, and purposes for which 
disbursements were made, for the twelve months ending November 30, 1916. 
Page 1. 

Statement B. 

Showing sources from which the receipts of the Educational Fund were 
derived. Pages 2-5. 

Statement C. 

Showing the purposes for which the disbursements of the Educational Fund 
were made. Pages 6-8. 

Statement D. 

General Fund. 

Showing sources from which the receipts of the Public Fund were derived 
during the twelve months ending November 30, 1916. Pages 9-88. 

Statement E. 
Showing detailed disbursements of Public Fund. Pages 89-233. 

Statement F. 

Showing the several sources from which the receipts of the Public Fund 
were derived. Pages 234-235. 

Statement G. 

Showing the different purposes tor which disbursements of the Public Fund 
were made. Pages 236-238. 

PAET II. 

Statement No. 1. 

Showing the number and value of the different subjects of taxation and 
gross tax for State, pension, school, and county purposes, and the aggregate 
value of real and personal property of each county for the year 1915, as per 
returns on file in this Department. Pages 1-201. 

Statement No. 2. 

Showing the aggregate number and value of the various subjects of taxa- 
tion in the State, and the gross amount of State, school, and county taxes de- 
rived from the same, as collected by sheriffs and tax collectors for the year 
1914, as per abstracts of listed and unlisted taxables on file in this Depart- 
ment. Pages 202-204. 

Statement No. 3. 

Recapitulation. Page 205. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF THE STATE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30. 1916 



STATEMENT A— EDUCATIONAL FUND. 



Showing Souhces from Which Receipts were Dekived an 

MENTS WERE MADE FOR THE TWELVE MONTHS End 


P 
NO 


^JOVEMBER 30, 


916. 


DlSBDKSE- 


receipts. 


( 


1,169.42 
108,107.88 
13,638.98 


$ 




















t 


122,910.28 
3,089.00 


















126.005.28 


DISBURSEMENTS. 


t 


106,460.00 
16,757.09 


















123,217.09 










Balance on hand December 1, 1916 


$ 


2,788.19 









1— Part 1—1916 



Document TTo. 5 



[ Session 



STATEMENT B— EDUCATIONAL FUND. 



Showing Sour 



Receipts were Derived Dubin 
November 30, 1916. 



Twelve Mont 



EN-TRIES ON VACANT LANDS. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



January, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 



February, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



March, 1916 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



April, 1916. 

J. Brjan CJrimes, Secretary of State. 



May, 1916. 
J. Bryai 



es, .Secretary of State.. 



June, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



July, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



August, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



September, 1916. 

J . Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



October, 1916. 
J. Bryan G 



s. Secretary of State.. 



November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



LOANS FOR BUILDING 8CHOOLHOU8ES REPAID. 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 

Treasurer of Caldwell County 

Treasurer of Durham County 

Treasurer of Hertford County 

Treasurer of Gates County 

Treasurer of Lincoln County 

Treasurer of Northampton County 

Treasurer of Scotland County 

Treasurer of Yadkin County 

Treasurer of Alamance County (1915) 



1,192.70 

3,07o 
561.64 
950.10 
967 .50 

1,999.20 
280.00 
64.72 

1,843.56 



Document No. 5 



Statement B — Continued. 



LOANS FOR BUILDINQ SCHO0LHOU3E8 REPAID — continued, 

January, 1916. 


S 1,622 .SO 

1,674.19 

1,135.10 

192.00 

1,116.02 

319.10 

339.46 

642.20 

397 .75 

663 .07 

596.10 

1,091.26 


















































S 20,724.27 


February, 1916, 


$ 550 .OS 

126.40 

3,389.17 

456 .OS 

99.20 

616.98 

876.28 

864.70 

438 .40 

2,110.30 

785.75 

739 .20 

2,049.85 

270.00 

709.40 

1,111.40 

1,576.80 

1,271.93 

2,072.70 

777.20 

512.00 

224.00 

786.65 

360.00 

1,635.15 

4,406.00 

1,117.94 

127.60 

21.60 

1,790.60 

1,630.82 

1,742.00 

602.00 

347.62 

180.70 

1,955.60 

493.20 

654.50 

1,693.80 

1,359.60 

1,695.40 

1.107.60 

448.00 


















































































Treasurer of "V ancey County... 

Treasurer of Transylvania County 

Treasurer of Lenoir County 








































































Treasurer of Surr>- County 





Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



LO\NS FOa BCILDING SCKOOLHOUSES REPAID — €ontinutd. 

February. 1916. 

Treasurer of Catawba County 

Treasurer of Wake County. 

Treasurer of Watauga County.. _ 

Treasurer of Columbus County 

Treasurer of Macon County 

Treasurer of Union County... 

Treasurer of Chowan County 

Treasurer of Iredell County 

Treasurer of Alamance County 

Treasurer of Harnett County 

Treasurer of Carteret County. 

Treasurer of Pender County .r. 

Treasurer of Vance County. 

Treasurer of Gaston County 

Treasurer of Anson County 

Treasurer of Orange County 

Treasurer of Cherokee County -. 

Treasurer of Ashe County 

Treasurer of Burke County 

Treastirer of Avery County. 

Treasurer of Martin County 



93.16 

1,853.40 

264.55 

546.28 

330 .00 

1,660.69 

1,721.00 

1.601.10 

510.93 

1,498.00 

875 .60 

2,586.30 

1,288.87 

1,049.58 

1,779.92 

800.90 

178.72 

400.40 

541 .20 



March, 1916. 

Treasurer of New Hanover County.. 
Treasiu-er of Rockingham County... 

Treasurer of Camden County 

Treasurer of Washington County 

Treasurer of Dare County 

Treasurer of Clay County 



620.00 
2,486.20 
1,152.20 
706.20 
647 .56 
349.50 



April, 1916. 

Treasurer of Wilkes County 

Treasurer of Montgomery County. 
Treasurer of Beaufort County 



S 2,753.32 

264.20 

1,775.78 



June, 1916. 

Treasurer of Cumberland County.. 



August. 1916. 

Treasurer of Craven County... 
Treasurer of Franklin County.. 



671 .57 
1,094.75 



September, 1916. 

Treasurer of Jo 



November, 1916. 

Treasurer of Hoke County. 



S.^LE OF SWAMP LANDS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
J. Y. Joyner, secretary, account Morehcad City lot 



1917] Document No. 5 

Statement B — Continued. 

SALE OF SWAMP LANDS — continued. 

June, 191E. 

Trustees for Allison heirs 

Eric Varden, Baylands, Bladen County 

November, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent 

Total 



$ 12,529.01 
470.12 



i 12,999.13 



Document JSTo. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT C— EDUCATJONAL FUND. 

aE Purposes for which Disbursements were Made During the Twe 
Ending November 30, 1916. 



jOans for building school houses. 
Paid on above account as follows: 



December. 1915. 
A. S. Brewer, clerk, salary, 



January, 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, December.. 

C. D. Taylor, Treasurer Wayne County 

M. G. McKenzie, Treasurer Robeson County 

Alex. Moore, Treasurer Macon County 

W. B. Wilson, Treasurer Pitt County 

George W. Stuart, Treasurer Montgomery County.. 

James Penland, Treasurer Clay County 

W. S. Terrell, Treasurer Warren County 



February. 1916. 
A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, January. 

A. J. Thompson, Treasurer Alamance County.. 

George McCain, Treasurer Davidson 

J. N. Taylor, Treasurer Nash County 

J. H. Dobbins, Treasurer Yadkin County 

J. R. Smith. Treasm-er Duplin County 

N. T. Patterson, Treasurer Harnett County 

H. R. Eason, Treasurer Johnston County 

C. F. Runnion, Treasurer Madison County 

J. W. Stinson, Treasurer Mecklenburg County.. 

F. B. Kemp, Treasurer Rockingham County... 

J. C. Kesler, Treasurer Rowan County 

J. S. Patterson, Treasurer .Surry County 

W. H. Wester, Treasurer Vance County 

L. D, Stephenson, Treasurer Wake County 

W. J. Bennett, Treasurer Yancey County 

J. E. Bowers, Treasurer Halifax County 

S. Bowling, Treasurer Durham County 

J..C. Bell, Treasurer Bertie County 

J. S. Thompson, Treasurer Wilson County 

G. H. McKinney, Treasurer Guilford County... 

A. A. Deal, Treasurer Alexander County 

B. F. Eagles, Treasurer Edgecombe County.... 



March, 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, February 

Bank of Pinehurst, Treasurer Moore Connty 

J. H. Dorton, Treasurer CabaiTua County 

R. L. McDonald, Treasurer Richmond County 

J. H. Von Cannon, Treasurer Avery County 

Bank of Onslow, Treasurer Onslow County 

W. R. Atkinson, Treasurer Pender County... 

Charles Bunn, Treasurer Hyde County 

J. A. Tingle, Treasurer Pamlico County 

N. T. Patterson, Treasurer Harnett County 

Leon T. Lane, Treasurer Chatham County 

Farmers Bank, Woodland, Treasurer Northampto 




loO .00 

600.00 

1,000.00 

1,500.00 

1,000.00 

1,250.00 

700.00 

250.00 



150.00 

500 .00 
1,500.00 
3,500.00 

500 .00 
3,000.00 
2,500.00 
3,000.00 
3,000.00 
5,000.00 
5,000.00 
6,000.00 
5,000.00 
1,500.00 
5,000.00 
2,000.00 
5,000.00 
3,000.00 
2,500.00 
1,700.00 
2,000.00 

500 .00 
4,900.00 



150.00 
500.00 
400.00 
500.00 
750.00 
1.000.00 
750.00 
750.00 
550.00 
500.00 
200.00 
900.00 



1917J 



Document No. 5 



Statement C — Continued. 



LOAJCS FOR BUILDING SCHOOLHOUSES — continued. I 

March, 1916. j 

W. A. Rtinhardt. Treasurer Catawba County... j $ 500.00 

L. W. Norman, Treasurer Perquimans County 600.00 

A. E. Garrett, Treasurer Hertford County... 500.00 

W. R. Sloan. Treasurer Iredell County 1,500.00 

A. McA. Council, Treasurer Bladen County 1.000.00 

D. Caster, Treasurer Cumberland County " 2,500.00 

E. L. Steele, Treasurer Caldwell County 1,250.00 



April, 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, March 

J. W. .'^anderlin. Treasurer Currituck County. 
C. H. Fergtlson, Treasurer Wilkes County 



150.00 

650.00 

2,000.00 



May, 1916. 



A. .t. Bro 



T, clerk, salary, .\pril.. 
«, Treasurer Transylva 
ir, clerk, salary. May.. 



150.00 

1,000.00 

150.00 



June, 1916. 
G. H. .M.Kinney. Treasurer Guilford County.. 
M. G. McKenzie. Treasurer Robeson County.. 

W. E. Howell, Treasurer Cherokee County 

J. S. Thompson, Treasurer Wilson County 



500.00 

750.00 

400.00 

1,000.00 



July, 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salarj-, June 

J. A. Tingle, Treasurer Pamlico County 

Carl Finger, Treasurer Gaston County.. 

W. B. Carringer, Treasurer Swain County 

R. L. McDonald, Treasurer Richmond County.. 

J. L. Brown, Treasuier Orange County 

W. B. Feagan. Treasurer Polk County 

Thomas Thomas, Treasurer Carteret County 

W. R. Atkinson. Treasurer Pender County 

R. T. .Savage Treasurer Gates County 

C. F. Runnion, Treasurer Madison County 

J. R. Smith, Treasurer Duplin County 

W. J. Burnett, Treasurer Yancey County 

W. F. Brown, Treasurer Henderson County 

J. A. Fogg, Treasurer Stokes County 

W. A. Reinhardt, Treasurer Catawba County... 
J. M. Morphew, Treasurer Ashe County 



150.00 
300.00 
750.00 
400.00 
350 .00 
500.00 
600.00 
300.00 
400.00 
500.00 
100.00 
375.00 
150.00 I 
1,000.00 I 
1,000.00 
300.00 
400.00 



August 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salary July. 

A. Moore, Treasurer Macon County 

C. B. Atkinson, Treasurer Haywood County.. 
W. H. Hawkins, Treasurer McDowell County.. 
C. H. Ferguson, Treasurer Wilkes County 



150.00 
200.00 
400.00 
350.00 
750.00 



Saptember, 1916. 
A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, .\ugust 

L. W. Norman, Treasurer Perquimans County.. 
L. C. Phillips, Treasurer Randolph County 



150.00 
435.00 
250.00 



Oetgber, 1916. 

A. S. Brower, clerk, salary, September.. 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement C — Continued. 



LOANS FOB BUILDING 8CHOOLHOUSEB — continued . 

November, 1916. 

\V. B. Wilson, Treasurer Pitt County 

A. S. Browcr, clerk, salary, October 

J. M. Morphew, Treasurer Ashe County -. 



( 500 .00 

150 .00 
500 .00 



SURVEY OF SWAMP LANDS. 

Paid on above account aa follows; 



December, 1915. 
S. \V. Wade, notary public fees.. 



January, 1916. 

G. E. Davis, Sheriff Hyde County, drainage tas. 



February, 1916. 

J. B. Mitchell, .Sheriff Camden County, drainage tax. 



March, 1916. 
A. C. Bledsoe, clerical services 

Merchants National Bank, account. Holly Shelter., 



$ 17.50 

5,125.78 



April, 1916. 

Merchants National Bank, account. Holly Shelter 
C. E. Taylor, balance account. Holly Shelter 



$ 10,000.00 
6.00 



June, 1916. 

M. Majette, commissioner, Bladen County sale.. 



November, 1916. 
M. Majette, commissioner, Bladen County sale.. 
J. S. Mann, one-half cost road, Mattamuskeet... 



i 150.00 
75.00 



1917] 



Document IvTo. 5 



STATEMENT D— GENERAL FUND. 



E Receipts op the Public Fund wer 
1 Months Ending November 30, 1916. 



January. 1916. 
I.W. Smith, 



February, 1916. 
J. H. McKei 



June, 1916. 
R. J. Lowry. 



ADDITIONAL STATE TAXES. 

deceived on above account as folio 
-Sheriff Harnett County ._. 



[-Sheriff Rowan County., 
leriff Anson County 



October. 1916. 

A. P. Willis. ex-Sheriff Lincoln County. 



Re. 



AGRICULTURAL DEPARTME 



ved on abo 



? account ai 
December, 1915. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 

January. 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 



February, 1916. 






W. A.Cirahar 


ra, Commiss 


oner, tonnage tax 


W. A. Grabar 


n, Commiss 


oner, tonnage tax 


W. A. Grahar 


a. Commiss 


oner, tonnage tax 



March. 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 

April, 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 

May. 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax., 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 



June 


1916. 






W 


A. Grahar 


n, Commissioner 


tonnage tax 


July. 


1916. 






W 


A. Grahar 


n. Commissioner 


tonnage tax 


W 


A. C;rahar 


n, Commissioner 


tonnage tax 


W 


A. GrahaL 


n. Commissioner 


tonnage tax 



$ 


190.00 


$ 


38.52 


t 


280.73 



t 8,830.21 
5,199.37 



12,426.54 
14,116.34 



t 4,369.40 
11,796.98 
22,559.42 



$ 18,349.04 
13,937.07 
23,923.80 



S 24,205.72 
10,910.85 



t 4,665.89 
4,510.19 
1,066.92 



6,597.37 

2,767.86 

519.23 



10 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D^Continued. 



April, 1916. 

F. L. Hoyle, C. S. C. Cleveland County. Jacob Willis, deceased. 



Total - 

ATLANTIC AND NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD DIVI 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
T. W. Slocumb, Treasurer.. 

July, 1916. 
T. W. Slocumb, Treasurer 



AUDUBON SOCTETT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
Charles Strayhorn, Clerk Superior Coiu^, Orange County.. 
A. T. Walston, Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe County.. 

C. B. Green, Clerk Superior Court, Durham County 

J. E. Griffin, Clerk Superior Court, Chatham County 

J. T. Smith, Clerk Superior Court, Rockingham County... 

D. W. Bradsher, Clerk Superior Court, Person County 

J. Alton Mclver, Clerk Superior Court, Moore County 



AGRICDLTUHAL DEPARTMENT — Continued, 

August, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax _ 

September, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax.. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

October, 1916. 

\V. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax,. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

November, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax _ 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner, tonnage tax 

Total... - 

APPROPRIATION FOR DISABLED 80LDIER8 — REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
M. T. Chilton, C. S. C, Stokes County, Geo. W. Barr, deceased. 



3,346.45 
3,673.27 
1,743.54 



$ 


5,739.20 
3,791.82 
7,010.97 


$ 


7,902.64 
6,783 .SI 
5,486.42 



3,072.54 
1,438.50 



19.00 
19.00 
19.00 
19.00 
38.00 
66.50 
28.50 



% 18,999.00 



1917] 



Document N'o. 5 



11 



Statement D— Continued. 



AUDDBOX eoaETT — continued. 
DecemtMr, 1915. 
C. D. McCormick. Clerk Superior Court, Scotland County — 
John H. Cathey, Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County.-, 
J. R. Leatherwood, Clerk Superior Court, Ha>T\-ood County.. 
M. W. Gant, Clerk Superior Coiut, Guilford County 



March, 1916. 

C. D. McCormick, Clerk Superior Coiu-t, Scotland County... 

W. K. Bocpan, Clerk Superior Court, Anson County 

M. O. Dickerson. Clerk Superior Court, Rutherford County. 

J. L. Griffin. Clerk Superior Court, Chatham County 

L. A. Bristol, Clerk Superior Court, Burke County.. 

\V. C. Moore, Clerk Superior Court, Caldwell County 

J. F. Flj-the, Clerk Superior Court. Northampton County... 

D. \V. Bradsher, Clerk Superior Court, Person County 

L. \V. Stanley, Clerk Superior Court, Columbus County 



April. 1916. 
James T. Smith, Clerk Superior Court. Rockingham County. 

M. \V. Gant. Clerk Superior Court. Guilford County 

J. F. McCubbins. Clerk .Superior Court. Rowan County 

J. T. Heath. Clerk Superior Court. Lenoir County 



May, 1916. 
R. E. Parker, secretary 

J. Alton Mclver. Clerk Superior Court, Moore Co 



AUTOMOBILE LICEiNSES — ST.\TE DEPARTME.N 

Received on above account as follows; 



December, 1915. 
J. Brj'an Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

JaiHiaiy, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

February, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

March, 1916. 

J. Br>'an Grimes, Secretary of Stat*.. 

April, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 

Hliy, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State.. 

June, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of .State.. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 

July. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



57.00 
57.00 
19.00 
665 .00 



19.00 
9.50 
28.50 

161 .50 
66.50 
19.00 
76.00 

H2.50 
19.00 



9.50 
313 .50 
123 .50 

9.50 



100.00 
833 .80 



t 


3,716.50 




2,917.70 




2,424.50 




1,678.50 




3,111.75 




2,510.75 




21,718.50 
10,000.00 
35.000.00 




25,000.00 
64.25 



12 



Document No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE LICENSES — STATE DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

August, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

September. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

October. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretai:y of State 

November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

Total -- 

AUTOMOBILE LICENSES — TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

J. B. Johnson & Co., Raleigh, license 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, one duplicate 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, one duplicate 

Motor Sales Co., Charlotte, one duplicate 

Saxon Motor Car Co., one duplicate _"_ 

Briscoe Motor Co., Flint, Mich., one duplicate .„ 

January. 1916. 

Enger Motor Car Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Chevrolet Motor Car Co., Flint, Mich., one duplicate 

Scripps-Booth, Detroit, Mich., one duplicate. 

Enger Motor Car Co., one duplicate... _. 

February, 1916. 

J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., one duplicate 

J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co., one duplicate 

R. G. Sloan Motor Co., Greensboro, license 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga., license 

Southern Oakland Co., Atlanta, Ga., one duplicate _,_ 

The Oldsmobile Co., Lansing, Mich., license and 3 duplicates. 

Grant Motor Co., Findley, Ohio, license 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Flint, Mich., one duplicate 

March, 1916. 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, license 

Dart Motor Truck Co., Waterloo, Iowa, Ucense.. .-. 

The Motor Co.. Winston-Salem, duplicate 

Welfare Auto Co., duplicate 

Grant Motor Co., Flint, Mich., duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, duplicate 

Maxwell Sales Co., Charlotte, duplicate 

April. 1916. 

Lexington-Howard Co., Conneraville, Ind.. license 

Grant Motor Co., Flint, Mich., one duplicate 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, one duplicate.. 

Briscoe Motor Co., Jackson, Mich., one duplicate 

Murray Garage Co., one dupUcate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, one duplicate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, one duplicate 




5.00 

5.00 
500.00 
500.00 

5.00 
515.00 
500.00 

5.00 



$ 


600.00 




250.00 




5.00 




5.00 




5.00 




5.00 




5.00 



500 .00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



i 62, 601 .45 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



13 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE LICENSES — TREASDRT DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

ApriM916. 


S 5.00 
5.00 










i 540.00 


May. 1916. 


$ 5.00 
500.00 
500.00 
5.00 
500.00 
500.00 










Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation, Detroit. Mich., one duplicate 










2,010.00 


June, 1916. 
Thomas B. Je£frey Co., Kenosha, Wis., license and one duplicate 


$ 505.00 
600.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 
250.00 
250.00 
500 .00 

505.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

500.00 

5.00 

250.00 

250.00 

500.00 

10.00 

500.00 

500.00 

500.00 

500.00 

1,000.00 

5.00 

5.00 

250.00 

500.00 

100.00 

5.00 

5.00 






























International Harvester Company of America, Charlotte, license and 


























































































0,!)10 00 




t 500.00 

500.00 

5.00 












1,005.00 


July. 1916. 


t 5.00 
500.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
5.00 
500.00 
5.00 


























Charlotte Motor Car Co., one duplicate 





14 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBl 

July. 1916. 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., license 

Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga., 
Chevrolet Motor Co., Atlanta, Ga., 
Allen Auto Co., Greensboro, license 



LICENSES — TREASURY DEPARTMENT — continued. 



: duplicate. 
: duplicate. 




August, 1916. 

Willys-Overland Co., Plymouth, duplicate 

Republic Motor Truck Co., Alma, Mich., license 

Maxwell Motor Sales Co., T. J. Gaylord, duplicate 

Motor Sales Co., Charlotte, J. G. Staton, duplicate 

Willys-Overland Co., Gwyn & Nelson, duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Divers & Roper, duplicate _ -.. - 

Motor Sales Co., Charlotte, duplicate 

The Motor Co.. Wiuston-Salem. C. L. Carrow. duplicate 

C. C. Coddington. Charlotte, C. L. Carrow, duplicate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem. W. H. Parrish and Ashe Auto Co 

dupUcate 

C. C. Coddington. Wake Auto Co.. duplicate 

Willys-Overland Co., E. B. Crenshaw, duplicate 

Chalmers Motor Co.. E. H. Crenshaw, duplicate __ 

C. C. Coddington, Crenshaw & Gaylor, dupUcate.. _ 

Motor Co., Winston-Salem, Rufus L. Gwyn, duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Rufus L. Gwyn, duplicate 

The Motor Co.. W'inston-Salem. J. A. Blackwood & Co.. duplicate... 

The Motor Co.. Winston-Salem. Gibson Bros., duplicate... 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, Hudson Auto Co., duplicate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, John L. Patterson, duplicate 

W. D. McMillan. Jr.. Wilmington, Hudson Auto Co.. duplicate 

W. D. McMillan, Jr., W'ilmington, Gibson Bros., dupUcate 

C. C. Coddington, New Bern Garare Co., dupUcate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salr m. Blalock-Allen Auto Co., dupUcate... 

Chandler Motor Co., New Tern Garage Co.. dupUcate 

Foremen-Howard Motor Co , Charlotte, Ucense 

The White Co., .^sheville, I'otor Sales Co., dupUcate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Sa'em, Charles L. Eskridge, dupUcate 

The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, Henkel-Craig Live Stock Co., dupUcate 
The Motor Sales Co., Winston-Salcm, .Motor Sales Co., Wilson, dupUcati 

The Ford Motor Co., Charles L. Eskridge, duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., J. C. Gregson, dupUcate -- 

Ford Motor Co., M. O. SummcrUn, dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co., CroweU .'iuto Co., dupUcate... 

Ford Motor Co., Ford Auto Co., W'ilmington, dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co., J. D. Jenkins, dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co., C. C. Sanford Sons Co., dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co., J. C. Blackwood & Co.. dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co.. L. J. Bradley & Co.. dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co.. McPhaU Auto Co.. dupUcate 

The Motor Co.. Winston-Salem, Asheville Auto Co., dupUcate — 

The Motor Co.. Winston-Salem. Amos Motor Co.. duplicate 

The Motor Co.. Winston-Salem. Ben Fishel Vaughan. DupUcate 

Ford Motor Co.. S. M. Combs. dupUcate ...* 

Ford Motor Co.. W. M. Bond & Co.. dupUcate... 

Ford Motor Co., D. C. Shaw Motor Co., duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Sadler Bros., duplicate.. 

Ford Motor Co., B. M. Poe, duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Hurst Auto Co., dupUcate 

Ford Motor Co., Washington Motor Car Co., dupUcate. 

Ford Motor Co., W. L. Dunn, dupUcate — 



5.00 
500.00 
5. CO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
800.00 
6.00 
6.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



191i 



Document No. 5 



15 



Statement D — Continued. 



.AUTOMOBILE LICENSES-^RE.tSURT DEPARTMENI^-Condnued. 

August, 1916. 


i 5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 

5.oa 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
































Foreman-Howard Motor Co.. Asheville Motor Sales Co., duplicate 














t 1,310.00 


Septemtwr, 1916. 

Ford Motor Co.. Charlotte, Burnett* Ford Supply Co., duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, T. F. Riddick, Belhaven. duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, McDonald Bros. Motor Co.. duplicate 

C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, Buick Oarage. Kinston, duplicate 


$ 5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 

5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
500.00 






Foreman-Howard Co., Kinston Garage, duplicate _ _ 




The Motor Co., Winston-Salem, Lassiter-McDuffie, Wilson, duplicate... 

Motor Sales Co., Charlotte, Lassiter-McDuffie, Wilson, duplicate 

Maxwell Motor Sales Corporation, Lassiter-McDuffie, Wilson, duplicate. 








C. C. Coddington, Charlotte, R. L. Steele, Jr., Rockingham, duplicate. 
Foreman-Howard Co., Charlotte, Cannon Auto Co., Wilmington, 
























Willys-Overland Co., D. H. Haskins & Son, New Bern, duplicate 

Ford Motor Co., Charlotte, McGlamery-Sutton Auto Co., duplicate... 




Reo Motor Co.. Charlotte, C. M. Fuller & Son. Lumberton, duplicats.. 
Ford .Motor Co., Charlotte, Jones Motor Co., Leaksville, duplicate .... 
Frank Hcrbst, Wilmington, license (Stearns-Knight) 






625.00 


October, 1916, 


t 500.00 

5.00 

500.00 

5.00 










C. C. Coddington. Charlotte, J. Q. Taylor, Salisbury, duplicate 


1,010.00 


November. 1916. 
C. C. Coddington, Charlotte. Hickory Motor Co.. duplicate 


% 5.00 
500.00 
500.00 
S.00 
5.00 
S.OO 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 














Charlotte Motor Car Co., Western Carolina Supply Co.. duplicate 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., Washington Motor Car Co., duplicate 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., Western Carolina .\uto Co., duplicate 

Cadillac Motor Car Co., Western Carolina .\uto Co., duplicate 





16 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE LICENSES — TREAStTRT DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

November, 1916. 
Southern Oakland Co., Western Carolina Auto Co., duplicate... 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., Bruee-Shankel Co., duplicate. _.. 

W. D. McMillan, Wilmington, Bruce-Shankel Co., duplicate 

Charlotte Motor Car Co., Windsor Auto Co., duplicate. 

Total 




BANK STOCK TAX. 

Received on above account as follows 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


December, 1915. 


$ 23.67 
2,564.00 
236.67 
379.87 
72.18 
11.83 
218.54 
47.57 
342.93 
53.77 
58.93 
68.63 
342.82 
330.34 
73.60 
35.50 
118.33 
165.67 
31.71 
85.20 
23.67 
236.67 
123.92 
23.43 
23.67 
61.89 
50.86 
301 .75 
23.67 
24.68 
13.73 
21.06 
21.65 
36.21 
23.67 
.58.81 
21.88 
237.07 
236.67 
118.33 


$ 4.00 
433.36 
40.00 
64.20 
12.20 
2.00 
36.94 
8.04 
57.96 
9.09 
9.96 
11.60 
57.91 
55.83 
12.44 
6.00 
20.00 
28.00 
5.36 
14.40 
4.00 
40.00 
20.94 
3.96 
4.00 
10.46 
8.60 
51.00 
4.00 
4.17 
2.32 
3.56 
3.66 
6.12 
4.00 
9.94 
3.40 
40.07 
40.00 
20.00 


1 27.67 




2,997.36 




276.67 




444 .07 




84.38 


Peoples, Chapel Hill _... 


13.83 




255.48 




55.61 




400.89 




62.86 




68.89 




80.23 




400.76 




386.17 




86.04 




41.50 




138 .33 




193.67 




37.07 




99.60 




27.67 




276.67 




144.86 




27.39 




27.67 




72.35 




59.46 




352.75 




27.67 




28.85 




16.05 




24.62 




25.31 




42.33 




27.67 




68.75 




25.28 




277.14 




276.67 


Home Savings, Wilmington _ _ 


138.33 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



17 



Statement D — Continued. 



BAJTK STOCK TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


December, 1915. 


$ M.67 

3,006.51 

236.67 

118.33 

236 .67 


$ 16.00 
508.15 
40.00 
20.00 
40.00 


$ 110 67 




3,514.66 












276 67 






Totals-- 


$ 10,637.90 


$ 1,797.67 








January, 1916. 
Bank of Alexander.... 


S 49.82 
23.67 
91.05 
42.01 
74.64 
23.67 
279.03 
236.67 
34.94 
118.33 
59.17 
946.66 
63.42 
473 .33 
71.00 
23.67 
66.27 
174.19 
23.67 
301 .51 
118.33 
97.51 
■ 125 .OS 
236.67 
118.33 
35.50 
68.87 
47.33 
152.83 
18.93 
29.58 
325.65 
40.68 
710.00 
135 .14 
873 .06 
240.33 
38.58 
14.67 
27,33 
59.17 
118.33 
302 .22 
35.50 


; 8.42 

4.00 
15.39 

7.10 
12.62 

4.00 
47.16 
40.00 

5.91 
20.00 
10.00 
160.00 
10.72 
80.00 
12.00 

4.00 
11.20 
29.44 

4.00 
50.96 
20.00 
16.48 
21.14 
40.00 
20.00 

6.00 
11.64 

8.00 
25.83 

3.20 

5.00 
55.04 

6.88 
120.00 
22.84 
147.56 
40.62 

6.52 

2.48 

4.62 
10.00 
20.00 
51.08 

6.00 


$ 58 .24 




27 67 




106.44 






Bank of Duplin, Wallace 


87.26 




27.67 








276.67 




40.85 




138.33 




69.17 




1,106.66 




74.14 




553 .33 




83.00 




27.67 




77.47 


First National, .Smithfield-. 


203.63 




27.67 




352.47 




138.33 




113.99 




146.22 


National Bank of Greenville 


276.67 




138 .33 




41.50 




80.51 




55.33 




178.66 


Bank of Garner 


22.13 




34.58 




380.69 




47.58 




8.30.00 


First National, Uoekv Mount 


157.98 




1 , 020 .62 


National Bank of GranvUle, Oxford 


280.95 
45.10 


Peoples Bank, Black Mountain . 


17.15 


SUte Bank of Wincate. . . 


31.95 




69.17 




138.33 


First Bank and Trust Co., Hendersonville 


333 ..30 


Bank of Moore 


41..'iO 



2— Part 1—1916 



18 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 


BANK STOCK ta:k.— continued. 




General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


January, 1916. 


i 35.50 
88.75 
23.67 
16.09 
17.75 
41.42 
131 .89 
43.07 
23.55 
48.63 
29.11 
39.64 
35.50 
23.67 
245.19 
69.17 
37.87 
47.33 
118.33 
150.28 
591 .67 
308.00 
53.25 
426.00 
71.00 
47.63 
256.35 
855.90 
41.89 
239.86 
32.19 
92.54 
122.12 
355.00 
71.00 
40.47 


; 6.00 

15.00 
4.00 
2.72 
3.00 
7.00 
22.31 
7.28 
3.98 
8.22 
4.92 
6.70 
6.00 
4.00 
41.44 
10.00 
6.40 
8.00 
20.00 
25.40 
100.00 
52.06 
9.00 
72.00 
12.00 
8.05 
43.33 
144 .66 
7.08 
40.54 
5.44 
15.64 
20.64 
60.00 
12.00 
6.84 


i 41 SO 




103 75 


Bank of Parkton . . .. 


27.67 


Bank of Pink Hill 






20 75 


Bank of Wilkes, Wilkesboro 










50.35 


Citizens Bank of Elk Park_ _ 


27.53 




56.85 




34.03 




46.34 




41.50 




27.67 




286 .63 




69.17 


Bank of Blowing Rock... 


44.27 




55.33 




138 .33 




175.68 




691 .67 




360 .06 




62.25 




498.00 


Citizens Bank and Trust, Concord... 


83.00 




55.68 




299.68 




1,000.56 




48.97 




280.40 


Bank of Halifax .. . .. 


37.63 




108.18 




142 .76 




415.00 




83.00 




47.31 








( 12,007.62 


S 2,029.50 


$ 14,037.12 






February, 1916. 


t 76.11 
118.33 
59.17 
11.83 


12.86 
20.00 
10.00 
2.00 


S 88.97 




138 .33 




69.17 




13.83 








$ 265.44 


S 44.86 


S 310.30 






Mansh, 1916. 


S 75.43 
136.50 
133.48 
162.59 
22.48 


i 12.75 
23.07 
22.56 
27.48 
3.80 


{ 88.18 




159.57 




156.04 




190.07 


Bank of Polkton 


26.28 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



19 



I 



Statement D — Continued. 


BANK STOCK T.ut— condnued. 




General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


March, 1916. 

Bank of Wavnesville 


t 118.33 
59.17 

191 .06 
59.17 

118.33 
59.17 
42.84 

276.90 
72.42 
89.93 
67.89 

276.19 
23.67 
46.20 
47.33 
23.67 
35.74 
47.35 
25.32 

118.33 
85.48 


$ 20.00 
10.00 
32.29 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
7.24 
46.80 
12.24 
15.20 
11.47 
46.68 
4.00 
7.81 
8.00 
4.00 
6.04 
8.00 
4.28 
20.00 
14.45 


S 138 33 




69.17 








69.17 




138 33 




69.17 




50.08 




323 70 




84.66 




105 .13 




79.36 




322 .87 


Citizens Bank of Graham . 


27.67 




54.01 




55 33 


Bank of Star 


27.67 




41.78 


Bank of Beaufort 


55.35 




29.60 




138.33 




99.93 






Totals 


t 2,414.97 


t 408.16 


t 2,823.13 






August. 1916. 
Bank of Grover.,.. 


$ 30.76 
40.23 
122.31 
41.48 
23.66 
31.66 
232.76 
35.49 
11.83 
18.93 
52.21 
27.92 
318.38 
118 ..33 
118.33 
18.93 
17.03 
24.61 
20.23 
188.81 
268.14 
47.33 
70.39 
12.69 
25.79 
307.75 
42.56 
246.25 


$ 5.20 
6.80 

20.67 
7.01 
4.00 
5.35 

39.34 
6.00 
2.00 
3.20 
8.82 
4.72 

53.81 

20.00 

20.00 
3.20 
2.88 
4.16 
3.42 

31.91 

45.32 
8.00 

11.89 
2.15 
4.36 

52.01 
7.19 

41.62 


% 35.96 




47.03 




142 .98 




48.49 




27.66 


Bank of Pamlico. Bavboro... 


37.01 




272 .10 




41.49 


Bank of Kittrell.... 


13.83 


Bank of Garner 


22.13 


Bank of Rich Square 


61.03 




32.64 




372.19 




138 33 


Shelby National 


138.33 


Bank of Old Fort 






19.91 




28 .77 


Bank of Winton 


23.65 




220.72 


Bank of Pee Deo 


313.46 




55 ..33 




82.28 




14.84 


Bank of Clyde 




Citiiens Bank. Henderson 


359.76 




49.75 


National Bank of Granville 


287.87 



20 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — Continued. 



August, 1916. 

Bank of McDonalds 

Savings, Loan and Trust, Monroe 

Bank of Coats 

Bank of Red Springs.-- _ 

Bank of Tabor - _ 

Carolina State Bank, Saluda 

Farmers and Merchants, Louisburg 

Citizens. Franklinton.- 

First National, Waynesville -. 

First National, Elizabeth City 

Planters, Littleton -_» 

Farmers, Seaboard 

Bank of Morehead City -- 

First National, Mount Olive 

Bank of Hamlet 

Boulevard Bank and Trust, Leaksville 

Toisnot Banking Co., Elm City 

Bank of Pilot Mountain 

Bank of Norwood 

Clay County Bank, Hayesville 

Bank of Pembroke 

Elm City Bank 

Wilson Trust and Savings Bank 

Citizens Bank, Conover..- 

First National, Asheboro 

Bank of HarrellsviUe 

Bank of Grifton .._ 

National Bank of New Bern..- 

Home Savings Bank, Durham. _ 

Kings Mountain Bank 

First National, Wadesboro.,- 

Bank of Washington 

Bank of Stony Point 

First National Bank, Morganton..- __. 

Marine Bank, Morehead City 

Hickory Banking and Trust Co __. 

Bank of Columbus 

Bank of Davie 

Bank of Faison _.. 

Bank of Warsaw.. 

Farmers Banking and Trust, Tarboro 

Bank of Gibsonville ._ 

Bank of Stem _ 

Bank of Coleraine _ 

Bank of Aurora 

Peoples Bank, Catawba 

First National, Statesville 

Peoples, East Durham 

Cabarrus Savings Bank, Concord 

Peoples Loan and Trust, Kings Mountain., 

Bank of Magnolia 

Commonwealth, Black Mountain 

Bank of Cerro Gordo 



23.66 
62.36 
22.48 
70.99 
23.66 
11.83 
118.33 
59.16 
153.60 
274 .34 
47.33 
40.28 
29.10 



4.00 
10.54 
3.80 
12.00 
4.00 
2.00 
20.00 
10.00 
25.96 
46.36 
8.00 
6.80 
4.92 
16.00 



133.24 


22.52 


18.93 


3.20 


61.79 


10.44 


35.49 


6.00 


32.96 


5.57 


13.11 


2.21 


23.66 


4.00 


48.78 


8.24 


38.33 


6.47 


25.47 


4.30 


59.16 


10.00 


17.74 


3.00 


23.66 


4.00 


377.71 


63.84 


126.61 


21.40 


23.66 


4.00 


249.91 


42.24 


195 .08 


32.97 


15.02 


2.54 


139.96 


23.65 


35.49 


6.00 


59.16 


10.00 


48.18 


8.14 


81.97 


13.85 


23.66 


4.00 


58.37 


9.86 


59.16 


10.00 


23.66 


4.00 


24.69 


4.17 


60.03 


10.14 


23.66 


4.00 


23.66 


4.00 


246.13 


41.60 


23.66 


4.00 


350.40 


59.22 


23.66 


4.00 


23.66 


4.00 


24.09 


4.07 


23.66 


4.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



21 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



August, 1916. 

Peoples. Selma 

Rouse Banking Co., LaGrange 

Bessemer City Bank 

Snow Hill Banking and Trust Co 

Averj' County Bank, Newland 

Bank of Gates, Gatesville 

Bank of Belmont 

Bank of Littleton 

Bank of Southgate ., 

Bank of Lillington 

First National, Durham 

Bank of Tryon 

Bank of Slovall 

Planters and Merchants, Everetts 

Bank of HobBood 

Citizens Bank, Warsaw _._ 

Farmers .\tlantie. Ahoskie 

Clayton Banking Co 

Bank of Kernersville *_, 

Bank of Candor 

Bank of Vass __ 

Bank of Pine Level 

Bank of Farmville 

Middlesex Banking Co 

Bank of Murphy 

Bunn Banking Co 

Bank of Windsor 

Bailey Banking and Trust Co 

Bank of Enfield... 

Citizens Bank and Trust Co 

Bank of ,Sparla 

Bank of Dallas 

Savings and Trust Co., Washington _. 

Peoples National Bank, Winston-Salem 

Bank of Rose Hill 

Farmers Bank, .Sunbury. 

Bank of Harnett.. 

Farmers Commercial, Benson.. 

Holloway, Murphy & Co., Kinston 

Merchants and Farmers Bank, Mocksville 

Merchants and Farmers, Bakersvillc 

Bank of St. Pauls 1 

Scotland County Savings Bank, Laurinburg 

Citizens. Ueidsville _ 

Peoples, Pilot Mountain.. 

Bank of Creswell 

Washington County Bank, Plymouth 

Bank of Fremont 

Bank of Wilkes, Wilkesboro 

Tuekaseicee Bank, Sylva 

Stokesdalc Commercial 

Roanoke-Chowan Bank, Roxobel 

First .National, Hickorj- 



35.49 
59.16 
13.48 
65.08 
18.93 
67.00 
38.91 
50.48 
39.62 
27.22 

531 .79 
30.91 
12.68 
23.66 
17.34 
52.06 
28.16 
82.54 
17,74 
23.66 
23.66 
11.83 
82.83 
43.07 
70.99 
23.66 
59.47 
27.29 

127.46 
29.04 j 
50.71 
23.66 

119.91 

567 .99 
23.66 
27.88 
78.47 
59.16 

640.00 
25.08 
23.66 
35.12 
23 .66 

191.11 
35 .49 
11.83 
23.66 
70.48 
42.74 
24.16 
23.66 
17.51 

693.51 



6.00 
10.00 

11.00 
3.20 
11.33 



6.22 
2.14 
4.00 
2.93 
8.80 
4.76 

13.95 
3.00 
4.00 
4.00 
2.00 

14.00 
7.28 

12.00 
4.00 

10.05 
4.61 

21.54 
4.90 
8.57 
4.00 

20.26 

96.00 
4.00 
4.71 

13.26 

10.00 
.91 
4.24 
4.00 
5.93 
4.00 

32.30 
6.00 
2.00 
4.00 

11.91 
7.22 
4.08 
4.00 



41.49 
69.16 
15.76 
76.08 
22.13 
78.32 
45.48 
59.01 
46.31 
31.82 
621 .67 
36.13 
14.82 
27.66 
20.27 
60.86 



20.74 
27.66 
27.66 
13.83 
96.83 
50.35 
82.99 
27.66 
69.52 
31.92 

149.00 
33.94 
59.28 
27.66 

140.17 

663 .99 
27.66 
32.59 
91.73 
69.16 
6.31 
29.32 
27.66 
41.05 
27.66 

223.41 
41.49 
13 .83 
27.66 
82.39 
49.96 
28.24 
27.66 
20.47 

693.82 



22 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — Continued. 




August, 1916. 

Bank of Cooleemee 

Mechanics and Farmers, Durham 

Rocky Mount Savings and Trust Co 

Wilmington Savings and Trust Co 

Savings Bank and Trust, Elizabeth City 

Citizens Bank. Elizabeth City 

Farmers, Greenville 

Bryson City Bank 

Bank of King... 

Bank of Wagram 

First National, Laurinburg 

First National, Dunn 

First National, Oxford 

Bank of Mount Airy 

First Bank and Trust, Hendersonville — 

Bank of Ciibson 

Farmers Bank, Woodland 

Peoples, Chapel Hill... 

' Chatham Bank, Siler City 

Bank of Whitakers 

Yadkin Valley. East Bend 

Bank of Four Oaks.... 

Farmers and Merchants, Fair Bluff 

Bank of Whiteville.. 

Haynes Bank, Henrietta 

Commercial and .Savings, Boonville 

Bank of Weldon 

Bank of Ahoskie 

State Bank and Trust Co.. Dunn 

Bank of Goldston... 

■ Bank of Chadbourn 

PoUocksville Banking and Trust Co 

Peoples, Leaksville 

Deposit and Savings, North Wilkesboro. 

Planters, Stantonsburg 

Citizens, Richlands 

Bank of Cornelius... 

Totals 

September, 1916. 

Citizens Bank, Farmville.. 

ValleCrucis 

Citizens National, Durham 

Farmers and Traders, Weaverville 

Bank of Union, Monroe 

Farmers and Merchants, Granite Quarry 

Bank of North Wilkesboro 

American National, Asheville 

Bank of Haw River 

Bank of Yancey, Burnsville 

Davis & Wiley, Salisbury 

Bank of Pittsboro 



40.35 
227.90 
477.67 
110.66 
118.33 
44.37 
70.99 
14.19 
23.66 
86.45 
140.39 
273.10 
188 .24 
177 .49 
57.80 
39.93 
11.83 
21.37 
23.66 
12.18 
23.66 
11.83 
23.66 
33.93 
23.66 
92.29 
64.01 
33.60 
16.56 
23.66 
35.49 
35.49 
70.99 
24.77 
32.09 
54.19 



20.00 
7.50 
12.00 
2.40 
4.00 
14.61 
23.72 
46.15 
31.81 
30.00 
9.77 
6.73 
2.00 
3.61 
4.00 
2.06 
4.00 
2.00 
4.00 
5.73 
4.00 
15.60 
10.82 



6.00 
6.00 
12.00 
4.18 
5.42 
9.16 



10.00 

4.00 
68.82 

4.00 
34.63 

2.48 
20.00 
40.00 

4.41 
15.83 
29.58 

4.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



23 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



September, 1916. 

Charlotte National 

Bank of Manteo _ 

National Bank of Rocky Mount.. 

Pamlico Insurance and Banking, Tarboro... 

Fourth National, Fayetteville 

Citizens National, Gastonia 

Bank of Pineburst _ 

Greenville Banking and Trust _ 

Bank of Ellenboro 

Carolina Bank and Trust Co., Red Springs.. 

Bank of Rowland 

Hertford Banking Co... 

Planters. Battleboro 

Siler City Loan and Trust Co 

Farmers Bank, Eure 

Bank of Broadway. 

Goldsboro Savings and Trust 

First National, Washington 

Bank of Wadesboro 

Bank of Ashe, Jefferson 

Elon Banking and Trust, Elon College 

Bank of Kelford 

Bank of Castalia. 

Peoples, Randleman 

Bank of VoungsWlIe 

Bank of Wendell.. 

Bank of Elizabethtown 

Central Bank and Trust. Asheville 

Bank of Fair Bluff.. ._ 

First National. Shelby 

First National. Marion.. 

Bank of Atkinson 

Bank of Jones, Trenton 

Weldon Bank and Trust. 

Elkin National 

Union National, Charlotte 

Bank of Holly Springs 

Merchants and Farmers, Columbia 

Rosemary Banking and Trust 

Merchants and Farmers, Marion 

Commercial, Rutherfordton 

Bank of Proctorville 

Bank of Hyde, Swan Quarter 

Bank of Beaufort 

Bank of Ayden 

Bank of Liberty 

Mayaville Banking and Trust 

Bank of Zebulon 

Bank of Edenton 

Beaufort Banking and Trust 

Bank of Bladenboro 

Merchants and Manufacturers, Andrews 

Bank of Nashville 



591 .66 


$ 100.00 


S 691 .66 


16.58 


2.80 


19.38 


392 .93 


66.41 


459.34 


59.16 


10.00 


69.16 


48.03 


8.11 


56.14 


236.66 


40.00 


276.66 


28.39 


4.80 


33.19 


244 .71 


41.36 


286.07 


23.66 


4.00 


27.66 


78.57 


13.28 


91.85 


145 .26 


24.55 


169.81 


95.89 


16.20 


112.09 


59.16 


10.00 


69.16 


37.92 


6.41 


44.33 


12.42 


2.10 


14.52 


11.83 


2.00 


13.83 


35.49 


6.00 


41.49 


333.93 


56.44 


390.37 


167.79 


28.36 


196.15 


57.15 


9.66 


66.81 


17.74 


3.00 


20.74 


16.56 


2.80 


19.36 


15.50 


2.62 


18.12 


23.66 


4.00 


27.66 


28.20 


4.76 


32.96 


71.35 


12.06 


83.41 


25.86 


4.37 


30.23 


165.66 


28.00 


193.66 


35.49 


6.00 


41.49 


367.02 


62.03 


429 .05 


118.33 


20.00 


138.33 


20.35 


3.44 


23.79 


21.06 


3.56 


24.62 


69.57 


11.76 


81.33 


63.49 


10.73 


74.22 


236.66 


40.00 


276.66 


11.83 


2.00 


13.83 


24.37 


4.12 


28.49 


28.39 


4.80 


33.19 


59.16 


10.00 


69.16 


59.16 


10.00 


69.16 


23.66 


4.00 


27.66 


29.27 


4.94 


34.21 


47.33 


8.00 


55.33 


223.76 


37.82 


261 .58 


35.97 


6.08 


42.05 


16.98 


2.87 


19.85 


57.20 


9.66 


66.86 


16.3.58 


27.64 


191 .22 


35.49 


6.00 


41.49 


80.22 


13.56 


93.78 


24.70 


4.17 


28.87 


47.33 


8.00 


65.33 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



BANK STOCK TAX — continued. 



September, 1916. 

Bank of Plymouth-, - 

Battery Park Bank. Asheville _. 

Watauga County, Boone 

Commercial and Farmers, Mebane 

Merchants and Farmers, Rowland 

Imperial Trust and Savings, Spray 

Independence Trust Co., Charlotte 

Bank of Vanceboro 

Bank of Chapel Hill.... 

Bank of Onslow, Jacksonville 

Bank of Uoper 

Raleigh Banking and Trust 

First National. Creedmoor 

Planters and Commercial. Scotland Neck 

Merchants National. Raleigh 

Citizens, Murfreesboro 

Citizens National, Raleigh 

Branch Banking Co., Wilson 

Bank of China Grove 

Bank of Hookerton 

Merchants and Farmers, Princeton 

Bank of Sampson, Clinton 

Farmers and Merchants, Hillsboro 

Citizens, Warrenton 

Bank of Hobbsville _ 

Peoples, Waco 

Bank of Stoneville. 

Commercial and Savings, Lexington 

Mebane Bank and Trust 

First National, Burlington 

Bank of Morven 

National Bank of Alamance, Graham 

First National, Kings Mountain 

Peoples, New Bern 

Mount Holly 

Bank of Dover 

Commercial National, High Point 

Home Banking, High Point 

The Textile, Greensboro 

First National, Cherryville 

Bank of Commerce, High Point 

Bank of Lexington 

Durham Loan and Trust 

Fidelity, Durham 

Bank of Sanford 

Bank of Wake, Wake Forest 

Bank of Ellerbe 

Bank of Mooresboro 

First National, Kinston 

Commercial National, Charlotte 

Citizens, Elk Park 

Bank of Conway 

Citizens, Edenton 



47.33 
236.66 
76.02 
26.94 
53.25 
45.67 
1,220.07 
12.85 
42.28 
6C.H 
60.58 
236 .66 
59.16 
35.49 
236 .66 
24.13 
733.16 
241 .66 
27.28 
37.58 
23.66 
39.11 
23.66 
79.28 
23.95 
11.83 
41.37 
74.95 
37.86 
141 .99 
74.78 
159 .63 
68.19 
236 .66 
32.02 
18.87 
354 .99 
70.99 
103.61 
147 .98 
236 .66 
118.33 
236.66 
1,023.72 
70.99 
60.48 
24.68 
47.33 
322.71 
1,487.09 
23.54 
23.02 
92.96 



40.00 
12.85 
4.55 
9.00 
7.72 
206.21 
2.17 
7.14 
10.16 
10.24 
40.00 
10.00 
6.00 
40.00 
4.08 
123.91 
40.84 
4.61 
6.35 
4.00 
6.61 
4.00 
13.40 
4.38 
2.00 
6.99 
12.1 
6.40 
24.00 
12.64 
26.98 
11.51 
40.00 
5.41 
3.19 
60.00 
12.00 
17.51 
25.01 
40.00 
20.00 
40.00 
173 .02 
12.00 
10.22 
4.17 
8.00 
54.54 
251 .34 
3.98 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



25 



Statement D — Continued. 



TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


September, 1916. 


$ 72 .89 
41.40 
13.01 
27.99 
23.66 
23.66 

126.38 
18.93 
23.66 
61.12 
21.06 
20.11 
35.41 
70.99 

118.33 
19.28 

157.13 
1,142.64 

339.26 
67.68 

361 .70 

100.32 
35.49 
35.49 

473.33 
54.43 
23.66 

236.66 
24.25 

177.49 


$ 12.32 
6.99 
2.20 
4.73 
4.00 
4.00 
21.36 
3.20 
4.00 
10.33 
3.56 
3.40 
5.98 
12.00 
20.00 
3.26 
26.55 
193.12 
57.34 
11.44 
61 .13 
16.95 
6.00 
6.00 
80.00 
9.20 
4.00 
40.00 
4.10 
30.00 


$ 85.21 




48.39 




15.21 




32.72 




27.66 


Bank of Lilesville .-.- 


27.66 




147.74 




22.13 




27.66 




71.45 


Bank of Macon - 


24.62 


Bank of PikeviUe 


23.51 




41.40 




82 .99 




138 .33 




22.54 




183.68 




1,335.76 




396.60 




79.12 




422 .83 




117.27 


Rockingham .Savings Bank and Trust, Reidaville 


41.49 
41.49 




553 .33 




63.63 




27.66 




276.66 




28.35 




207.49 






Total.^i 


S 19,345.31 


t 3,269.57 


$ 22,614.88 






October, 1916. 
Bank of lli.ku. Kaeford -. 


S 29.10 
25.08 
59.16 
32.35 
236.66 
118.33 
21.89 
6S.96 
23.66 
59.16 
26.16 
23 .66 
59.16 
23.66 
17.03 
60.23 
94.66 
123.18 
•13.72 


{ 4.92 
4.24 
10.00 
5.46 
40.00 
20.00 
3.70 
11.65 
4.00 
10.00 
4.42 
4.00 
10.00 
4.00 
2.88 
10. IS 
16.00 
20.82 
2.32 


S 34.02 


Bank of Anson, Ansonville .._ 


29.32 


Koulhorn State Ashevillc 


69.16 




.37.81 




276.66 




138.33 


Maiden. 


25.59 




80.61 




27.66 




69.16 




30 .58 


Bank of FlcK-hor 


27 .60 




69.16 




27.60 


Bank of Pink Hill 


19.91 




70.41 




110. 00 




144.00 


Citizens, Bryeon City 


16.04 



26 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



: STOCK TAX — continued. 



October, 1916. 

Bank of Clinton __ 

Bank of Varina 

Merchants and Farmers, Apex 

Bank of Yadkin, Yadkinville 

Bank of Marshville _ , 

Bank of Stokes, Danbury 

Merchants, Durham 

American Exchange National, Greensboro 

Peoples Bank and Trust, Charlotte , 

Bank of French Broad, Marshall 

Commercial National. Raleigh 

Bank of Blowing Rock. 

Alamance Loan and Trust, Burlington 

Citizens. Franklin. 

Bank of Martin County, Williamston 

First National, Charlotte _. 

Citizens, Micro. 

Commercial National, Statesville 

Bank of Conetoe 

Bank of Reidsville 

First National, Spencer 

Citizens, Cleveland 

First National, Monroe 

Farmers and Merchants, Monroe. 

Citizens Bank and Trust, Concord 

Merchants and Farmers, Macclesfield 

Citizens Savings and Trust, New Bern 

Bank of Thomasville 

Bank of Ramseur ■_ 

Planters, Stokes _ 

Bank of Winter\'ille __ 

Bank of Roxboro 

Bank of West Asheville 

Farmers and Merchants, Newton. 

Bank of Oak City 

Citizens, Wilmington 

High Point Savings and Trust 

Wayne National, Goldsboro 

First State, Boatic 

Bank of Fountain 

Bank of Townsville 

Bank of Cary _ 

Bank of Franklin 

Bank of Orange, Hillsboro. 

Citizens, Wake Forest 

Brevard Banking Co.. _ _. 

Peoples. ITnion Mills 

Bank of Alexander, Taylorsville ^.. 

First National, Jefferson 

Bank of Belhaven 

Citizens, Asheville.. 

Pinetops Banking Co 

Bank of Halifax _ 



75.73 


S 12.80 


33.78 


5.88 


35.49 


6.00 


31.83 


5.38 


47.33 


8.00 


47.33 


8.00 


299.09 


50.55 


946.66 


160.00 


156.46 


26.44 


74.33 


12.56 


736.26 


124.44 


37.86 


6.40 


306.48 


51.80 


33.13 


5.60 


35.49 


6.00 


889.86 


150.40 


11.83 


2.00 


254.06 


42.94 


35.49 


6.00 


132 .26 


22.35 


59.16 


10.00 


16.56 


2.80 


248 .73 


42.04 


157.97 


26.70 


70.99 


12.00 


19.85 


3.35 


59.16 


10.00 


118.33 


20.00 


34.37 


5.81 


15.38 


2.60 


38.45 


6.50 


59.16 


10.00 


23.66 


4.00 


93.19 


15.75 


24.68 


4.17 


121.73 


20.57 


69.20 


11.69 


838.64 


141 .74 


18.93 


3.20 


29.58 


5.00 


23.66 


4.00 


11.95 


2.02 


135.30 


22.86 


44.96 


7.60 


29.58 


5.00 


236.66 


40.00 


13.72 


2.32 


48,94 


8.27 


60.62 


10.24 


134 .07 


22.66 


164.51 


27.80 


37.06 


6.16 


32.18 


5.44 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



27 



Statemeni' D — Continued. 


B.\XK STOCK TAX — COnt 


n ued. 








General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


October, 1916. 


S 59.15 
174 .02 
18.93 
93.14 
35.49 
236.66 
89.22 
55.85 
230.69 
118.33 
175.13 
63.89 
42 .83 
47.33 
118.33 
23.66 
349.88 
124.24 
70.99 
23.66 
24.64 
56.91 
169.21 
49.69 
550.43 
118.33 


S 10.00 
29.41 

3.20 
15.74 

6.00 
40.00 
15.08 

9.44 
38.99 
20.00 
29.60 
10.80 

7.24 

8.00 
20.00 

4.00 
59.13 
21.00 
12.00 

4.00 

4.16 

9.62 
28.60 

8.40 
93.03 
20.00 


$ 69.15 








22.13 




108 88 












104 30 


Citizens. Burnsville 


65.29 










First National, timithfield. .. 


204,73 


Bank of Robersonville 


74.69 








55.33 




138 33 




27.66 








145 .24 




82.99 




27.66 




28.80 


Bank of LeaksviUe 


66.53 








643.46 




138 .33 








t 11,548.12 


S 1,951.86 


i 13,499 98 






November, 1916. 
Merchants National Bank, Winston-Salem 


$ 236.66 
35.76 
28.39 
58.31 
29.34 
352.04 
118.33 
118.33 
2,771.36 
23.66 
63.23 
236.66 
125.11 


S 40 .00 
6.04 
4.80 
9.85 
4.96 
59.50 
20.00 
20.00 
468 .40 
4.00 
10.68 
40.00 
21.14 


$ 276.66 
41.80 




68 16 




34.30 




411.54 








138 33 




3,239.76 




27.66 




73 91 




276 .66 










Totals 


( 4,197.18 


t 709.37 


$ 4,906 55 








t 73,473.16 


$ 12,417.64 


t 86,253 80 







I 



28 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUILDING AXD LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 
Peoples Building and Loan Associati< 

Pioneer, Greensboro 

Pitt, Bethel 

Wilmington Homestead and Loan 

Red Springs 

Raleigh 

Mutual, Hickory.-- 

Smithfield - -„ 

Citizens, Wilmington -_- 

Canton 

Citizens, Rocky Mount 

Laborers, Hendersonville 

Bessemer City 

Goldsboro 

Standard, New Bern 

Home, Gastonia 

North Wilkesboro— - -- 



Totals- - { 894.62 



January, 1916. 

Graham Home Building Co 

First, Hickory 

Catawba Rural Credit, Hickory— 

Citizens, Newton 

Home Building and Loan, Spray- 
Blue Ridge, Ashe\'ille 

Home, New Bern -_- 

Kings Mountain 

Tarboro _ 

City and Suburban, Wilmington-. 
Richmond County, Rockingham-. 

Forest City ..y 

HiUsboro— 

Mutual, Kinston 

Workmen's, Mount Airy 

Peoples, Thomasville 



Totals.. 



February, 1916. 

North Carolina Home Building, Wilmingto 
Mechanics Home, Wilmington 



. Totals 

March, 1916. 
Rural, Wilmington- 
Orton, Wilmington- 
Shelby-.. 

TaylorsviUe... 



75.78 

17.34 

19.13 

63.24 

1.56 

59.69 , 

28.20 

19.53 

179.93 

2.86 

135.49 

82.79 

5.59 

159.65 

2.15 

11.14 j 

30.55 



S 85 .48 

137.64 



t 92.51 

34.50 

154 .96 

8.74 



12.81 
2.93 
3.23 

10.69 
.26 

10.09 
4.77 
3.30 

30.41 



13.99 

.95 

26.98 



9.49 

25.64 

.51 

13.04 

4.02 
87.20 
14.05 

6.24 
15.27 

8.45 

.05 

- .18 

3.41 
10.40 

4.27 I 



14.45 
23.27 



15.64 
5.84 

26.19 
1.48 



1917] 



Document No. 6 



29 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX — Continued. 



General. Pensions. Totals. 



March. 1916. 

Mutual, Lenoir 

Rocky Mount Homestead and Loan.. 
Enfield 

Metropolitan Trust Co 

Gate City, Greensboro 

McDowell. Marion 

Citizens, Concord 

Progressive, Wilmington 

Home. Henderson 



Totals 



April, 1916. 
Alamance Home Builders, Burlingto 

Lineolnton -.. 

Peoples Home, Lineolnton 



Shelby and Cleveland County, Shelby., 

Winston-Salem _ 

Wadesboro 

Salisbury-Spencer, Salisbury , 

Morganton _. 

Mutual, Rocky Mount 

Carolina, Wilmington 

Perpetual, Salisbury __ 

Home, Charlotte 



Totals 

May, 1916. 
Standard. Winston-Salen 

Perpetual, Monroe 

Laborers', Greensboro... 

Totals 

June, 1916. 

Albemarle 



Dunn 

September, 1916. 

Anson, Wadesboro 

Concord Perpetual 

Mutual, Gaetonia.- 

Home. Asheville 

Washington 

Home, Washington 

Cabarrus County, Concord.. 

Home. Albemarle 

Atlantic. Wilson 



{ 17.58 


240.71 


1.57 


5.79 


8.54 


109.29 


8.44 


77.16 


21.46 


48.40 


S 829.65 


$ 95.52 


61.91 


14.57 


94.97 


63.91 


87.06 


9.48 


1.41 


114.64 


14.90 


50.84 


68.25 


48.20 



233 .44 
24.55 



39.72 
81.20 

5.18 
109 .23 

7.69 
95.33 
88.58 
56.11 
73.46 



2.97 
40.68 



1.44 
18.47 



13.04 
3.63 



16.14 
10.' 

2.46 
16.03 
10.81 
14.72 

1.61 

.24 

19.38 

2.52 

8.59 
11.53 

8.15 



122 .66 



39.45 
4.15 



6.71 
13.72 j 
•87 i 
18.46 

1.30 
14.94 
14.97 

9.48 
12.42 



20.55 
231 .39 
1.84 
6.77 
9.98 
127.76 
9.87 
90.20 
25.09 
56.58 



969 .89 



111.66 
72.37 
17.03 

111.02 
74.72 

101.78 
11.09 
1.65 

134 .02 
17.42 
59.43 
79.78 
56.35 

848.32 



272 .89 
28.70 



103 .55 
65.59 
85.88 



30 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 


BDILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 


TAX — continued. 






General. 


Pensions. 


Total, 


September, 1916. 

Wilson Home-.. 


i 179.93 

158.12 

61.24 

2.41 

58.18 

127.65 

66.36 

8.29 

3.45 

35.63 

7.71 

153.13 

567.61 

127.24 

.34 

7.79 

54.11 

80.74 

9.71 

25.23 

7.68 

2.54 

21.32 

5.22 

10.39 

2.39 

11.08 

46.93 

13.20 

24.60 

159.39 

12.87 

66.34 

3.06 

7.18 

9.43 

12,72 

76.21 

16.23 

683.97 

20.71 

143.22 

8.28 


{ 30.41 

26.72 

10.35 

.40 

9.83 

21.58 

11.22 

1.40 

.58 

6.02 

1.30 

25.88 

95.93 

21.51 

.06 

1.32 

9.14 

13.65 

1,64 

4.26 

1,29 

.43 

3.60 

.88 

1.76 

.40 

1.87 

7,93 

2.23 

4.16 

26.93 

2.18 

11.21 

.52 

1.21 

1.60 

2.05 

12.88 

2.74 

98.70 

3.50 

24.21 

1.40 


$ 210 34 




184.84 








2 81 


Oxford 


68 01 








77,58 




9 69 




4.03 


Southern Mutual Home and Real Estate, Wilmington... 


41.65 
9.01 




179.01 




663.54 




148 .75 




,40 




9.11 


Rowan County. China Grove . 


63.25 




94,39 




11,35 


Duplin Rural, Wallace .. .. 


29.49 




8.97 




2.97 




24.92 




6.10 




12.15 




2.79 




12.95 


Twin City, Leaksville 


54.86 




15.43 




28.76 




186 ,32 




15.05 




77.55 




3.68 




8.39 




11,08 


Cherryville 


14.77 




89.09 


McDowell. Marion... _ 


18.97 


Blue Ridge, .^sheviUe... 


682.67 




24,21 




167.43 




9.6S 








t 3,556.38 


t 599.75 


$ 4,156.13 






October. 1916. 

New Home, Maiden 


S 5.64 
18.83 
12.25 
16.96 
161 .35 
178 .96 


S .95 

3.18 
2,07 
2.87 
27.27 
30,25 


S 6.59 




22.01 




14.32 




19.83 




188 .62 




209.21 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



31 



Statement D — Continued. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


October. 1916. 


$ .50 

2.73 

11.02 

9.73 

2.70 

109.17 

38.28 

97.62 

30.91 

3.21 

7.46 

25.07 

103.23 

204 .47 

206.23 

1.67 

56.97 

186.12 

89.65 

12.03 

15.22 

2.50 

24.15 

53.18 


S .08 

.46 
1.86 
1.64 
.46 
18.45 
6.47 
16.50 
5.22 
.54 
1.26 
4.23 
17.45 
34.55 
34.86 
.28 
9.63 
31.46 
15.15 
2.03 
2.57 
.42 
4.08 
8.99 


$ .58 


Brevard - 


3.19 




12.88 


Morven 


11 37 




3.16 




127.62 


Home. Spray 


44.75 




114.12 


Clavnon...- 


36.13 




3.75 




8.72 




29.30 




120.68 




239 .02 




241 .09 




1.95 




66.60 




217.58 




104 .80 




14.06 




17.79 




2.92 




28.23 




62.17 








t 1,687.81 


S 285.23 


t 1,973.04 






November, 1916. 
Belmont. ... 


t 12 .06 

39.08 

40.94 

30.53 

.84 

135.73 
51.24 

115.97 
93.64 
42.64 
23 .69 

107.97 
8.19 

127.42 
2.88 
21 .23 
29.11 
54.50 
23.34 
38.00 
29.78 


i 2.04 

6.60 

6.92 

5.16 

.14 

22.94 
8.66 

19.60 

15.82 
7.20 
4.00 

18.25 
1.38 

21 .53 
.49 
3.59 
4.91 
9.21 
3.95 
6.43 
5.03 


S 14.10 




45.68 


Weldon 


47.86 




35.69 




.98 




158.67 




59.90 




135.57 




109.46 




49.84 


Hilkboro 


27.69 




126.22 




9.57 




148 .95 




3.37 


Pitt, Bethel 


24.82 




34.02 




63.71 




27.29 




44.43 




34.81 








t 1,028.78 


t 173.85 


t 1,202.63 








t 10,595.05 


$ 1,792.37 


I 12,387.42 







32 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
June, 1916. 
Janitor supply house, refund, account overpay 



CORPORATION AD VALOREM TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 

Suntlr.v corporations.. 



January, 1916. 

Sundry eorporatii 



February, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



March, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



April, 1916. 

Sundry corporati< 



May, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



June, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



July, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



•Surulrj- corporations.. 



September, 1916. 

(Sundry corporations.. 



Sundry corporations.. 

November, 1916. 

.Sundrj' corporations.. 



General. \ Pensions. Total. 



S 51,028.78 S 8,626.09 

27,232.04 3,185.35 

69,767.74 11,793.80 

51,901.93 8,773.69 

12,539.93 2,068.56 

2,856.08 482.80 



S 59,654.87 
30,417.39 
81,561.54 



37,943.65 I 6,414.14 



Totals -■.I t 361,426.72 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



33 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION PRAXCHISE PENALTIES. 



Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

Blue Pearl Granite Co 

Randleman Hosiery Co 

Alma Lumber Co 

Nimis Mfg. Co.... 

Mount Holly Development Co __ 

Anna Mfg. Co --_ 

Wootllawn Mfg. Co 

Scales .\udit Co - 

Colored Realty Co.... 

Cabarrus Drug Co 

Johnston-McCubbins Co 

Weldon Cotton Mfg. Co._ 

Shaw Cotton Mills 

Hickory Insurance and Realty Co 

Como Auto Supply Co _ 

Stonewall Hotel Co.... 

Office An .Supply Co 

Blake Car Step Works 

Duck Lake Lumber Co 

Capital Development Co 

Edgecombe News 

January, 1916. 

Howard Grocery Co. 

Climax Lumber Co _ 

Sladesville Ginning Co 

CrutchBeld Trace and Lock Co 

Buck Creek Co 

C. D. Jones Co 

A. L. Clark Co 

Presbyterian Standard 

Halifax Paper Corporation 

February, 1916. 

Allen-Bennett Co 

Southern Christian Publishing Co 

C. J. Land Printing Co 

Graham Loan and Trust Co 

Real Estate Investment Co 

Gaskill-Mace Co 

Cape Lookout Land Co 

Graham Land Co 

Heafl Easy Co 

Bradford Knitting Mills 

Raeford Publishing Co 

Piedmont Foundry and Machine Co 

Charlotte Mercantile Co 

George T. Woods Dry Goods Co 

Coaster Publishing Co 

Parks-BclkCo 

Harriett Cotton Mills 

Charlotte Medical Journal 

Ray Printing Co 

Universal Oil and Fertiliser Co 

Polk-Gray Drug Co 

H. S. StorrCo 

»-Part 1—1917 



1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
3.40 
1.13 
1.13 
1.63 
1.13 
1.13 
2.55 
1.13 
1.13 



1.13 
1.50 
1.13 
1.13 



34 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — continued. 

February, 1916. 

Wilmington Lumber Co 

Mebane Motor Co 

Sanford Real Estate and Insurance Co 

Columbia Mfg. Co _ 

Henderson Cotton Mills _ 

Regina Hosiery Mfg. Co. _ -. 

Nash Supply Co 

Newman Machine Co _ 

■ Elkin Light and Ice Co.- 

Dixie Music Co.- 

Stovall Mattress Co 

Burlington News 

High Point Hardware and Lumber Co 

Fuquay Springs Drug Co 

Lilesville Hardware Co _ _ _. 

Toisnot Grocery Co 

Denton Chair Co.- -_ 

Southern Development Co 

Carolina Improvement Co 

City Drug Co - _ -- 

W. E. Kindley Co 

Queen City Medicine Co.. 

Wilmington Beach Corporation 

Planters Tobacco Warehouse 

North CaroUna Book Co -. 

Rocky Mount Distributing Co 

Robeson Loan and Trust Co 

Potomac Heights Land Co.. 

Banner Mfg. Co 

Deal Tanning Co 

Fidelity Trust and Development Co 

Chronicle Publishing Co 

Madison County Farmers' Union Warehouse Co 

Johnston Development Co 

Wright Hinge and Lock Co 

Chimney Rock Improvement Co . 

Marshall Wagon Co 

Fuquay Hardware Go 

Woodall & Sheppard Co 

Watkins Lumber Go 

International Mail and Parcel Post Exchange, Inc 

Norwood Development Co.. 

Asheville Country Club, Inc 

Carolina Loan and Realty Co 

Belk Investment Go 

Fair\'iew Cemetery, Inc 

Brevard Improvement Co 

Hickory Milling Co 

Piedmont Hardware Co 

Union Loan and Realty Co 

Osage Mfg. Co 

McLean Grocery Go .- 

Pine Level Hardware Co 

Alderman Toy and China Store.. 

Wentworth Mercantile Co 

Davis Drug Co 

Central Drug Co 

Bureau of Credits... 



1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
17.96 
1.13 
2.04 
1.13 
1.20 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
3.00 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
3.00 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
6.00 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
2.20 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.50 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 

4.0; 

1.13 
2.41 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.60 
17.76 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



35 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENAL 

February, 1916. 

Stokes Supply Co _ 

Jackson Mercantile Co 

Climax Barber Shop Co 

Granite City Realty Co... 

Morctz-Whitener Clothing Co 

Engle Candy Co.... .-- 

Blair Hoskins Co .- 

M E. God»-in i Co 

( ;odwin Bros.. Inc 

( ,lobe Baking Co 

.\very Farms, Inc 

Angier Improvement Co 

Park Mercantile Co ' 

Jackson & Bell Co 

Yadkin Valley Mill Lumber Co 

Insurance, Realty, and Trust Co 

Wright Safety Air Brake Co 

A. S. Meh-in Co..... 

Fayetteville Pro\-ision Co.. 

Graham Ice Co 

Apartment Realty Co 

Interstate Improvement Co 

Planters Store Co 

Middlesex Supply Co 

Marion Lumber Co... 

Ward Company 

McGcaw Dry Goods Co 

Xorman Hardware Co 

Suburban Realty Co 

<ity Realty Co... 

Continental Mfg. Co 

International Furniture Co 

LeGwyn Printing Co 

Windsor Mfg. Co 

Monroe Warehouse and Storage Co 

Crown FertiUzer Co 

Carolina Barytes Co 

Roland Park Co 

Byrd Textile Machinery Co... 

Mercliant.-s Cotton Warehouse Co 

The Hull Co 

Planters Supply Co 

Old Richmond .Supply Co 

McAuley, York & Rogers Co 

Southport Realty and Development Co.. 

J. J. Loughliu Co 

Forest Hill Realty Co 

Wadesboro Dry Goods Co 

Coleman Bros. Co. 

Maiden Milling and Mfg. Co 

L'nited Lumber Co 

Kenansville Land Co 

Jones Hasp Ix>ck Co 

Martin County Tobacco Warehouse Co.. 

Dorsett Mercantile Co 

D. H. Greene Co 

Argtis Publishing Co 

Union Storage Co 



1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
3.00 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.84 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
6.27 
1.13 
1.13 
1.50 
2.92 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.20 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
11.82 
1.13 
2.26 
2.73 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
6.00 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 



1.13 
1.13 
1.13 



1.13 
1.26 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 
1.13 



36 



Document 'No, 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — Continued. 
February, 1916. 

Rocky Mount Pepsi-Cola Co 

Martin County Realty Co 

Hicks & Hawley, Inc 

Gordon Hotel Co 

Pegram Farm and Lumber Co 

Patterson-Glascock, Inc 

King-Crowell Drug Co _. 

New South Stock Co 

Surry County Fruit and Grape Co _-. 

Town Creek Railroad and Lumber Co 

West Bend Mfg. Co _._. 

Watha Improvement Co _ 

Moore's Mineral Spring Co 

Empire Store Co 

Gwyn Drug Co 

Grimes Drug Co 

Winston Drug Co.._ _. 

North Carolina Mercantile Co 

Elm Grove Gin Co ---. 

North Carolina Security Co _ 

Spencer Drug Co 

B. B. Hardware Co.. -._ 

South Residence Park Co 

Beaufort Land and Improvement Co 

Post Company 

Dorsett-Godwin Co 

Vaughn Building Co 

T. C. Toomey Plumbing and Heating Co.,- __ 

Enterprise Packing Co 

Nibelung Gold Mining Co 



March, 1916 

Commercial Printing Co 

American Hosiery Mills Co 

Shaw-McLeod Co 

Charlotte Implement Co 

Round Knob Park 

Caldwell Land and Lumber Co. 

Hamilton Supply Co 

City Guaranty and Title Co.. 

Farmers Stock Co 

Dunn Realty ajid Development Co 

Kirksey & Co __ 

Hart Drug Co 

Stokes County Union Warehouse Co... 

Western Carolina Printing Co 

Julian Investment Co... 

Standard Mica Co 

Albemarle Guano Co 

Century Realty Co 

McEachern, Johnson & McGeachy Co.. 

Louisburg Machine Co 

Catawba Sand and Gravel Co... 

Southern Lime and Fertilizer Co 



April, 1916. 
Cedar Falls Mfg. Co.. 
AUen-Ulrich Co 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



37 



Statement D — Continued. 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE PENALTIES — Continued. 
April, 1916. 
West Market Terrace Co 



Bilti 



' Live 



Brett Engineering and Constructing Co.. 

Star Machine Co •.. 

Model Mill Co 

AtkisonCo 

Holbrook Constructing Co 



May. 1916. 

Sundrj' corporations.. 



June, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



July, 1916. 

Sundry* corporations.. 



August, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



September, 1916. 

Sundry corporati" 



October, 1916. 

.Sundry corporations.. 



November, 1916. 

Carolina Electric Co 

Office .^rt and Supply Co.. 
Waverly Furniture Co 



CORPORATION FRANCHISE TAX. 

Received on above account as folio 



December, 1915. 

Sundry corporations.. 



January. 1916. 

.Sunflry corporations.. 



February, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



March, 1916. 

Sundry corporatic 



April, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



May, 1916. 

Sundry corporations.. 



June, 1916. 

Sundry corporation 



1.13 
1.13 
5.23 
1.13 
6.00 
1.50 





17,827.09 




22,746.72 




14,951.10 




5,487.19 




2,271.41 




647.55 



S 15,673.45 
17,827.09 
22,746.72 
14,951.10 
5,487.19 
2,271.41 
547.55 



38 Document No. 5 

Statement D — Continued. 

CORPORATION FRANCHISE TAX — continued. 

July, 191S. 

Sundry corporations 

August, 1916. 
Sundry corporations 

September, 1916. 
Sundry corporations 

October, 1916. 
Sundry corporations 

November, 1916. 
Sundry corporations 

Total 

CORPORATION TAX — STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State .-- 

January, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

February, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

March, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. - 

April, 1918. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State - 

May, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

June, 1916, 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

July, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

August, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

September, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State ._ 

October, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of ,State 

November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 

Total 



[Session 



3,026.65 
2,889.05 
2,668.10 
3,202.70 
2,327.50 
1,639.00 
2,359.40 
1,940.80 
2,017.00 



1917] 



Document !N"o. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



EXPRESS COMPANIES — PRIVILEGE TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 
October, 1916. 
Southern Express Co., year ending May 31, 1917 



EXPRESS COMPANIES — PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 
August, 1916. 
Southern Express Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. (general).— 
Southern Express Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. (pensions).. 

FEES, BANK EXAMINATIONS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 
North Carolina Corporation Commission _ 



January. 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 



March, 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 



April, 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission,. 



July. 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission, April, May, and June, 1916. 



August. 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 



September, 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 

October, 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 

November, 1916. 

North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 
North Carolina Corporation Commission.. 



PEES, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary.. 



January, 1916. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary., 



February, 1916. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary.. 



$ 1,538.32 
260.00 



S 12,849.39 



$ 1,798.32 



$ 900.00 

835.00 



S 7,755.00 



40 



Document lio. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



FEES, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT — continued. 

May, 1916. 

J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary 

J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary 

J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary 



July. 1916. 

M. F, Jones, Private Secretary.. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary.. 

August, 1916. 

M. F. Jones. Private Secretary.. 



September, 1916. 

M. F. Jones, Private Secretary. 



October, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary. 



November, 1916. 

M. F. Jones, Private .Secretary., 



$ 394 .50 

294 .50 
232 .50 



$ 204 .50 

159.50 



December, 1915. 
J. R. Young. I 



FEES, INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
Commissioner 



January, 1916. 
J. R.Young, I 



February. 1916. 

J.R. Young 



Marcli, 1916. 
J. R. Young, I 



Commissioner. , 



Commissioner. . 
Commissioner.. 



April, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 



May, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commii 



June, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 



July, 1916. 

J. R. Young, In 



August, 1916. 
J.R. Young, I 



? Commissioner.. 



Commissioner., 



September, 1916. 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner,. 



S 55 .00 

2,000.00 



1917] 



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41 



Statement D — Continued. 



FEES, IN-StTHAXCE DEPARTMENT — continued. 

November, 1916. 
J. R. Younp, Insurance Commissioner 



FEES, STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account a& follows 



December, 1915. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



January, 191B. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State. 



February, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



March, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



April, 1916. 

J. Brj'an Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



May. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



June. 1916. I 

J. Brj-an Grimes, Secretary of State ! S 



July, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State ( 



August, 1916. I 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State | $ 



September, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State , S 



October, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State ' t 



November, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, .Secretary of State. 



FEES, TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

James T. Morehead, Greensboro, exchanging and registering bond I I 

Mrs. Amanda P. Ingle, Raleigh, exchanging coupon bond 



2.00 
2.00 



January, 1916. 

W. J. Armfield. | | 

Phenix Fire In 



10.00 
20.00 



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Statement D — Continued. 



FEES, TREASURY DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

February. 1916. 

A. D. Hobbs, registering bonds 

Mrs. Elizabeth Murphy, registering bonds 

Independent Order of St. Luke, registering bonds 

J. L. Armfield, exchanging bonds 

March, 1916. 

H. D. AUer, Beaufort, exchanging bonds 

Mrs. Sallie C. Norman, exchanging bonds 

Henry D. Aller, Beaufort, exchanging bonds 

J. A. Hobbs, Williamston, exchanging bonds 

April, 1916. 

Miss Minnie L. Hargrave, Lexington, exchanging bonds 

Home Insurance Company of New York, exchanging bonds 

J. A. Hobbs, Williamston, exchanging bonds 

Vita C. Kirchner, Tryon, exchanging bonds 

Franklin Bassett, Sky land, exchanging bonds 

S. E. Johnson, Asheville, exchanging bonds 

May, 1916. 
George D. Munroe, executor, exchanging bonds 

June, 1916. 

North Carolina Railroad Co., exchanging bonds 

W. Mitchell, exchanging bonds 

Mrs. J. A. Williams, exchanging bonds 

Mrs. Laura E. Mitchell, exchanging bonds 

August, 1916. 
Susie Belle Jones, Beaufort, exchanging bonds 

October, 1916. 

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. L. Schmidt, registering bonds 

Mrs. Charlotte N. Alston, Morganton, registering bonds 

Mrs. Mary E. Williamson, Raleigh, registering bonds 

November, 1916. 

L. H. and S. J. Adams, guardians, exchanging bonds 

Mrs. Martha Munger, exchanging bonds 

Mrs. Sallie Little Ross, exchanging bonds 

Total -. 

FIRE LOSS, UZZELL BUILDING. 

Received on above account as follows; 
January, 1916. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner, Supreme Court reports burned 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, sundry books burned 



FISHERIES COMMISSION. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner.. 



2.00 
10.00 
12.00 

2.00 



4.00 
2.00 
4.00 
4.00 



2.00 
20.00 

2.00 
10.00 I 
22.00 I 
60.00 I 



20.00 
6.00 



18.00 
8.00 



2.00 
90.00 



,284.14 
,715.86 



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43 



STATEiiEXT D — Continued. 

FISHERIES COMMISSION — Continued. 
January, 1916. 
H. L. GibbB, Commissioner 

February. 191B. 

H. L. l-;il>bs, Commissioner 

H. L. C:ibbs, Commissioner 

March, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner --. 

April, 1916. 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner _ - 

H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

May, 1916. 
II. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

June, 1916. 
II. L. Gibbs, Commissioner ' 

August, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

October, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

November, 1916. 
II. L. Gibbs, Commissioner 

Total .._ 

FOREST RESERVE FUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
August, 1916. 
Earnings, Federal Government 

FREIGHT AND DRAYAOE. 

Received on above account as follows: 
September, 1916. 
.Southern Railway Co., refund, freight. Treasury Department 

FUEL, LIGHTS, AND WATER. 

Received on above account as follows; 
June. 1916. 

\V. .\. Graham, Commissioner, Agricultural Dept.'s part of heatins. 

GENERAL FCVD, OIL FtJND TRANSFER. 

Received on above account as follows: 
May, 1916. 

W. .\. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 



$ 1. 000.00 
1,560.10 



% 2,000.00 
902.94 



S 1,000.00 
1,120.77 



% 25,000.00 
8,000.00 



44 



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Statement D — Continued. 



GENERAL FUND, OIL FUND TRANSFER — continued. 


t 24,500.00 
1,500.00 










i 26,000.00 




$ 140.18 
635 .OS 
130 .6S 
84.89 
3,532.72 
16.33 
73.13 
28.96 
7.68 
114.59 
117.15 
14.24 
24.23 
104.47 
197.08 
40.70 
124.70 
66.98 
246.99 
145.50 
442.17 
4.66 










INHERITANCE TAX. 

Received from Clerks of Superior Courta as follows: 
December, 1915. 








C. B. Green, Durham County, estate A. Wilson 








W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Mrs. Lucy W. Giles 

J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate Nancy Moore... 




















W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate J. H. Hanby... 




































C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. E. J. Strickland 










i 6,293.11 


January, 1916. 

\V. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate Charles J. Mitchell 

R. L. Mitchell, Caswell County, estate J. H. Mills . 


$ 1,106.51 
118.84 
104.51 
230.14 
62.11 
29.10 
115.81 
43.65 
22.62 
13.44 
23.28 
145 .50 
119.23 
278 .64 
13.53 
56.77 
25.46 
393.92 
220.53 
191 .09 
26.30 
210.96 
44 .OS 
30.38 






A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate Mrs. Hannih Jenkins 

Millard Mial, Wake County, estate Frances T. Whitley. 












Millard Mial, Wake County, estate W. H. Armstrong 




















Millard Mial, Wake County, estate Susan C. Blake 




























Millard Mial, Wake County, estate J. R. Ellis 

Millard Mial, Wake County, estate R. B. Ranev.... 








Millard Mial, Wake County, estate W. H. Norwood 





1917] 



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45 



Statement D — Continued. 



IXHERITANCE TAX — continued. 
January. 1916. 


{ 31 .70 
240.31 
194.00 
18.19 
42.76 
745.44 
579.00 
471 .20 
29.10 
7,474.36 
18.05 
126.37 
135 .97 
9.88 

250 .37 
65.81 

147.84 

11.52 
425 .06 

65.83 

3.78 

192 .60 

28.47 

118.60 

3.61 

54.47 

321 .38 
131 .80 

33.00 
17.65 
8.76 

197.48 
30.25 

138 .25 




































Millard Mial. Wake County, estate Mrs. Florence P. Tucker 




Millard Mial. Wake County, estate Eliza Reaves 




















C. D. McCormick, .Scotland County, estate T. D. Gibson..^ 

C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate J. M. McCarmichael _. 

D. C. Hunt. Granville County, estate W. T. Lyon 








C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Charles F. Wadsworth- 








C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate John Knox 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate H. C. Stevens 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate James W. Wadsworth 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Alice McRae Vann 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate T. K. Kell 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Miss C. C. Kell 


















t 15,989.26 


February, 1916. 


$ 223 .62 

7.18 
293 .34 
448.55 
25.42 
211 .33 
5.73 
174.60 
27 .28 
19.40 
59.61 
724 .07 
986.40 










G. W. Hart, Greene Count,v, estate A. R. Hinson 




















J. P. .\rledge, Polk County, estate M. V. Edwards 








James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate J. R. Garrett 

James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate F. R. Penn _. 


3,211.53 


March, 1916. 
John 11. Cathey. Buncombe County, estate Robert H. Crozier 


t 288.00 
69.75 
8., 52 
29.01 
27.04 
270.40 
31.69 


John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate M. I.utz-.. 

John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate Hannah E. Tibbetts 

M. 0. Dickcrson, Rutherford County, estate W. A. Sparks 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate M. J. Beyer 

Frank W. Wright, Randolph County, estate Evelina Hinshaw 





46 



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[Session 



STATEMBa^T D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 
March. 1916. 


$ 115.11 
106.54 
166.35 
76.35 
90.94 
19.25 
237.50 
45.50 
114.76 
338.12 
162.30 
70 .14 
55.20 
3.55 
45.70 
44,210.44 
203.73 
929.86 
125.66 
1,003.03 
18.90 
112.53 
94.40 
57.94 
9.62 
183.81 
678.67 
6.34 
40.85 
177.81 




M. 0. Dickerson, Rutherford County, estate Martha C. Bird 












C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Z. T. Bailes 








J. D. Cox, Pitt County, estate M. G. Ernul ... 




N. A. Miller, Transylvania County, estate H. P. Moore 




D. R. McGlohon, Hertford County, estate J. E. Brett 




D. R. McGlohon, Hertford County, estate W. P. Shaw 




C. B. Green, Durham County, estate C. C. Taylor... 








C. B. Green, Durham County, estate R. D. Cole 












John H. Cathey, Buncombe County, estate George W. Vanderbilt 




C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Dr. J. H. Mc.\den 








C. E. Godwin, Davidson County, estate W. G. Penrv 




J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate Ellen S. McKenzic- 




J. F. McCubbins, Rowan County, estate Sue Cole Smith 












Charles Johnson, Perquimans County, estate Theophilus Elliott.. 




F. W. Hobbs, Chowan County, estate A. J. Ward 




James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate Maud V. Redman 

J. B. Hooks, Wayne Coimty, estate Alex. Casey 

C. D. McCormick, Scotland County, estate Martha Murray. -.. 


S 50,229.21 


April, 1916. 


$ 111.46 
152.55 
21.64 
94.43 
188.50 
73.58 
30.29 
26.15 
22.95 
62.71 
760.27 
125.00 
1,672.00 
192.14 
339 .04 
1,432.55 
46.27 
6.47 
11.82 


C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg Count\-, estate R. J. Brevard. 




C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. L. L. Stowe 




J. P. .\rledge, Polk County, estate M. L. Dowe 












N, A. Miller, Transylvania County, estate E. E. Chapman 




J. N. Sills, Nash County, estate Mrs. T. A. Marriott 

J. N. Sills, Nash County, estate Mrs. Elizabeth Ricks 








J. T. Setzer, Catawba County, estate E. K. Geitner 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate C. W. Yates.... 




















C. D. McCormick. Scotland County, estate Daniel McNeill 


5,359.82 


May. 1916. 

Millard Mial, Wake County, estate R. A. Freeman 


$ 135.40 

248 .72 

159.95 

5,152.32 

535 .85 














James T. Smith, Rockingham County, estate George Johnston 





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47 



Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 

May. 1916. 


$ 49.63 
194.43 
438.00 
94.19 
314.52 
821 .57 
43.82 
78.19 
193.32 
329.07 
19.71 
14.61 
20.87 
69.87 
40.06 
45.07 
623.76 
160.86 
265.09 
315.76 












C. M. McKaughan, Forsyth County, estate Harriett F. Neal 

C. M. McKaughan, Forsjlb County, estate Lizetta M. Meining 

C C Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate T. M. Shaw.- 
































R. W. Lemmond. Union County, estate E. M. Griffith 




R. W. Lemmond, Union County, estate J. Earl Heath 


















t 10,364.63 


June, 1916. 

C. C. Cornwall, Gaston County, estate R. E. Boyce 

W. N. Harris, New Hanover County, estate J. W. Duls 

James .\. Griffin, Chatham County, estate Mrs. A. M. Haughton 


S 77.74 
145 .59 
118.15 
12.96 
1,729.62 
107.26 
103.39 
1,496.77 
186.99 
























3,978.47 


July, 1916, 


t 101 .43 

695.00 
1,817.86 

535.35 
4,251.58 

297.13 
14.55 

217.10 

805 .69 


























W. N. Harris. .New Hanover Counly, estate George W. Huggins. - 

W. \. Harris, New Hanover County, estate G. J. Bonev.... 






8,735.69 


August. 1916. 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Vinton Liddell 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate E. R. Harty 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate James Harty 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. M. M. Kennedy. 


( 5,957.90 
3,969.88 
267.06 
98.17 
134.10 
89.54 
49.66 
167.87 
9.60 
14.90 
14.16 
77.45 
207.00 
86.30 


















W. X. Harris, New Hanover County, estate I. H. Barneman, Jr 




D. R. Mc(;lohon, Hertford County, estate J. B. Bowen 




C. C. Cornwpll, Gaston County, estate P. J. Lineberger 





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Statement D — Continued. 



INHERITANCE TAX — continued. 
August, 1916. 


; 95.11 

503.78 
1,103.84 

157.07 
1,965.43 






















S 14,967.82 


September, 1916. 


S 77.60 
152.84 
89.58 
9, 775 .65 
172.64 
558.20 
5.65 
278.15 
































11.110.31 


October, 1916. 


$ 23.31 
59.79 
54.73 
32.98 
886.00 
3,599.72 
15.00 
80.21 
282.74 
336.83 
117.80 
262.38 
250.90 
229 .68 
417.84 
1,849.48 
59.82 
13.16 
27.13 
186.30 
171.83 


A. T. Walston, Edgecombe County, estate W. H. Cobb 




























C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate William Vandiver 
























E. J. Barnes, Wilson County, estate W. H. Edmundson and wife 




E. J. Barnes. Wilson County, estate N. W. Williams..-- 






















8,957.63 


November, 1918. 


% 11,147.16 

168 .00 
23.13 

245.87 

173 .01 
48.45 
98.41 
26.10 
38.77 
74.34 

132.13 
581 .81 

80.61 
239.35 
507.20 

26.31 
228.45 

93.48 


C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. S. A. Cuthbertson 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Miss M. V. Cuthbertson 




R. L. Mitchell. Caswell County, estate F. B. Carter 




















W. N. Norman. TjTreU County, estate S. S. Woodley 








C. C. Moore. Mecklenbiu-g County, estate M. J. Alexander--- -- 

C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. C. J. Robertson- 

C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Georgia Steele 




C. C. Moore. Mecklenburg County, estate Mrs. Ida Schiff -- 





1917] 



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49 



Statement D — Continued. 



February. 1916. 

J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

March, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 

April, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner,. 

May, 1916. 

J, R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Y'oung, Insurance Commissioner.. 

Jutw, 1916. 

J. R. YounE, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 



October, 1916. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 



November, 1916. 
J. R. Young. I 



INSURANCE COMPANIES — LICENSES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December. 1915. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner,. 



t— Part 1—1916 



IXHEBITANCE T-UC — continued. 
November, 1916. 
C. C. lloore. Mecklenburg County, estate H. D. Stowe... 
C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate \V. B. Ryder, S 
C. C. Moore, Mecklenburg County, estate W. B. Ryder, J: 
W. X. Harris, Xew Hanover County, estate F. B. Brown. 

Total - 

INSURANCE COMP.^NIES — TAX ON RECEIPTS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 



i 116.00 
224.12 
53.03 
235 .97 



12.40 
30,000.00 
20,000.00 



{ 20,000.00 
20,000.00 
20,000.00 



$ 20,000.00 
20,904.35 



$ 20,000.00 
990 .35 



14.14 
2,000.00 



September, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner $ 20,000.00 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner | 20,000.00 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner \ 20,000.00 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 9,544.23 



t 20,000.00 
20,000.00 
20,9<t4.63 



Commissioner % 9,921.94 

I 




50 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



February. 1916. 

J. R. Young, 

March, 1916. 
J. R. Young, 

April, 1916. 
J. R. Young, 

May, 1916. 
J. R. Young, 

June, 1916. 

J. R. Young, 
J. R. Young, 



COMPANIES — LICENSES— con (mueti. 
Insurance Commissioner 



Insurance Commissioner.. 
Insurance Commissioner,, 
Insurance Commissioner.. 



Insurance Commissioner.. 
Insurance Commissioner- 



July, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner- 



August, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner.. 



September, 1916. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner- 



October, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner,. 



November, 1916. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner,. 



S 3,781.50 
3,000.00 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

Bank of Randolph - 

Merchants and Farmers National, Charlotte 

Southern Loan and Savings, Charlotte 

Cabarrus Savings, Concord - .- 

Cla>ton Banking Co -,- 

Fidehty, Durham _ - 

First National, Durham.. 

National Bank of Fayetteville 

Fourth National, Fayetteville 

Citizens National, Gastonia 

Greenville Banking and Trust 

American Exchange National, Greensboro 

Citizens, Henderson 

Commercial National, High Point 

First National, Lexington 

Bank of Morganton -. 

Bank of Morganton (N. C. School for the Deaf) 

First National, Morganton 

First National. Morganton (State Hospital).. 

National Bank of New Bern... 

Peoples Bank, New Bern 



4.72 
3.20 



30.00 
5.55 
.10 
4.43 
3.56 
4.06 



1917] 



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51 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEREST ON BAXK BALANCES — Continued. 
December. 1915. 

National Bank of Granville, Oxford,.. -__ - 

Mechanics Sa\'ings, Raleigh _ - - 

Wake County Savings, Raleigh __ _. --- 

Bank of Red Springs _ --- -- 

Commercial National, States\-ille _ 

Bank of Selma __ __ --- --- 

Bank of Washington - 

First National, Wadesboro - 

Bank of Weldon _ - -- 

Fourth National, Fayetteville (Confederate Women's Home) 

Battery Park, Asheville 1 --. 

Charlotte National — - -- 

Citizens, Hendersonville --- 

First National, Kinston _ 

First National, Kinston (Caswell Training School) 

Bank of Lonoir , ___ 

Bank of Lexington __- -- 

First National. Marion. .__ 

Shuford National, Newton 

Peoples, Rosboro. _- 

First National, Shelby _ -- - 

First National, Smithfield — -- 

Bank of Waynesville _ 

Bank of Windsor ___ 

Farmers and Merchants, Williamston 

Wachovia Bank and Trust Co 

Peoples National, Winston-Salem -. 

First National, Wilson 

American National, Wilmington 

Bank of Franklin _._ 

Goldsboro National 

Bank of North Wilkesboro 

Citizens, ReidsWUe _.- 

National Bank of Rocky Mount,-. - 

Planters National, Rocky Mount --. 

Bank of Pee Dee _ .__ 

Murchison National, Wilmington.. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

First National. Elizabeth City 

Wayne National, GoMsboro 

Wayne National. GoMsboro (State Hospital) 

Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust Co 

Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust Co. (Soldiers' Home) 

Bank of Davie 

Citizens Bank, Bumsville _ 

Bank of Edenton _ 

Raleigh Banking and Trust 

Raleigh Banking and Trust (.State's Prison)-. 

Raleigh Banking and Trust (Oil Fund) 

Citizens National, Raleigh 

Citizens National, Raleigh fBoard of Education) 

Citizens National, Raleigh (Audubon Society) 

Citizens National, Rahngh (N. C. Inst, for Deaf, Dumb, and Blind). 

Citizens National, Raleigh (State Hospital, Raleigh) 

Merchants National, Raleigh , 

Merchants National, Raleigh _ 

Merchants National, Raleigh 

Commercial National, Raleigh (Automobile Fund) 



.04 

.85 

4.25 

2.27 

10.73 

3.37 

.13 

.75 



1.06 
1.24 



7.50 
1.04 



3.24 

3.94 
28 .00 ' 



.14 

.02 

43.00 

141 .06 

3.36 

2.92 

.44 



.OS 

1.65 

116.16 

14.55 

40.80 

138 .75 

8.53 

.74 

22.65 

13.90 

3.06 

12.44 

28 .6S 

19.95 



52 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES — continued. 

December, 1915. 

Commercial National, Raleigh (Agricultural Department). 

Commercial National, Raleigh (Fisheries Commission) 

Commercial National, Raleigh (Pension Account).- 



2.34 
3.30 
1.00 



January, 1916. 
Page Trust Co 

Bank of Reidsville. 

Bank of Red Springs 

Commercial Bank, Rutherfordton 

American Trust Co., Charlotte 

First National, Gastonia 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account.. 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 
Sundry banks, as per teller's account.. 
Sundry banks, as per teller's account.. 
Sundry banks, as per teller's account.. 
Sundry banks, as per teller's account.. 



.66 
.06 
194 .72 
223 .80 
62.27 
23.02 
7.64 
12.17 



February. 1916. 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Wayne National Bank, CJoldsboro 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

American Bank and Trust Co., Wilmington. 



2.15 
210 .22 
94.20 
26.65 
10.29 
4.74 
104.78 
39.77 
46.58 
18.86 



March, 1916. 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

■Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account , 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

National Bank of FayetteWUe (C'onfederate Women's Ho 



178.16 
214.02 
67.38 
31.26 
5.67 
24,15 



April, 1916. 
Page Trust Co. (N. C. Tuberculosis Sanatorium). 

Bank of Wadesborc. -_- 

Wake County Savings Bank 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Merchants National Bank, Raleigh 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Bank of Edenton 



7.53 

12.28 

.14 

409 .22 

153.24 

123.63 

37.28 

330.08 

40.50 

69.79 

6.92 

3.32 



May. 1916, 
J. R. Young. Insurance Commissioner.. 
.Sundry banks, as per teller's account... 
Sundry banks, as per teller's account... 



260.17 
227.36 
141 .44 



1917] 



Document I^o. 5 



53 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES — Continued. 
May, 1916. 


S 109.07 
7.54 
2.81 
















S 743.39 


June, 1916. 


$ 115.29 
190.93 
23.87 
12.74 
17.34 
2.30 








« 


















362.47 


July, 1916. 


% 97.03 

320.58 

137.36 

3.27 

183 .38 

271 .14 

12.26 

328.50 

.52 

3.14 

1.64 

6.93 

811.04 

2.22 

.55 

476.08 

8.68 

146.49 


























Commercial Xational Bank, Raleigh (Agricultural Department) 








Wayne Xational Bank. Goldsboro (Gene 
Wayne Xational Bank. Goldsboro (.State 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Ualeigh .Savings Bank and Trust Co. (.Sc 




































2,810.81 


August, 1916. 


t 113.65 
13.06 
4.05 
70 .SO 
3.76 
115.81 
30.08 
91.18 


• Sundrj- banks, as per teller's account 

.Sundry banks, as per teller's account _ 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 






















442 .39 


September, 1916. 


( 95.67 

82.92 

122.18 

151 .87 

9. S3 

.53 

8.40 

199.07 

10.87 

67.56 

62.90 

70.40 

128.47 

8.38 

363.39 

163 .01 










































Citiiens Xational Bank, Uakigli (Deaf, 


Dumb, and Blind Inet.) 




















1,545.45 



54 



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[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



INTEREST ON BANK BALANCES — COTtiinUed. 

October, 1916. 

Sunilry banks, as per teller's account 

J. R. Young, Insui-ance Commissioner 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

American Exchange National Bank, Greensboro 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

November, 1916. 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Sundry banks, as per teller's account 

Total -- - 

LAND TITLES, ASSURANCE OF. 

Received on above account as follows: 
May, 1916. 
W. S. .Stevens, C. S. C. Johnston County, W. A. Green v. Polly Hicks... 
\V. S. Stevens, C. S. C. Johnston County, George O'Neal v. Lizzie 
Richardson 

November, 1916. 

VV. N. Harris, C. S. C. New Hanover County, Kidder v, Fisher 

Total 

LAWS AND JOURNALS, SALE OF. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

January, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of .State.. 

February, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

March, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 

April, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 

May, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 



9.01 
236 .77 
29.00 
266.12 
79.82 
4.90 
11.28 



155 .01 
338.18 
150.18 
26.32 
119.14 
203 .89 
7.78 
1.04 
142 .22 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



55 



Statement D — Continued. 



LAWS AND JOURNALS, SALE OP — continued. 
June, 1916. 
J. Brj'an Grimes, Secretary of State 



August, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



September, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of .State.. 



October, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



I 



UERCAJ^JTILE AGENCIES. 

Received on above account as follows: 



June, 1916. 

The Bradstreet Co., New York 

R. G. Dunn & Co.. Richmond. Va.. 



$ 250.00 
250.00 



NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND TECH.VICAL COLLEGE. 

Received on above account as follows: 



July, 1916. 
Federal appropriation 



NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. 

Received on above account as follows: 



January, 1916. 

Federal appropriation- 



April, 1916. 

Federal appropriation,. 



August, 1916. 

Federal appropriation.. 



October, 1916. 

Federal appropriation.. 



I 



KORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS. 

Received on above account as follows: 



January, 1916. 

Federal appropriation.. 



July, 1916. 
Federal appropriatit 



August. 1916. 

Federal Government agricultural extension work-. 



56 



Document !N"o. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS 

September, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, fire loss 

Total 

NORTH CAROLINA RAILROAD DIVIDENDS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
J. P. Cook, Secretary-treasurer _ 

February, 1916. 
J. P. Cook, Secretary-treasurer _ 

July. 1916. 
J. P. Cook. Secretary-treasurer 

August, 1916. 
J. P. Cook, Secretary-treasurer. 

Total- 

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Received on above account as follows: 
November, 1916> 
J. R. Young, Insurance Commissioner, fire loss 

OIL INSPECTION FUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner _ 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner .._ .._. 

January, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner __ 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

February, 1916. 

W. A. Graham. Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

March, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner __ 

April, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner _.. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 





3,578.76 




3,783.55 




5,158.83 




1,232.02 




2,692.48 




1,263.61 




4,856.66 




2,303.19 




3,898.85 




2,010.53 




716.31 




1,583.10 




3,487.61 




314.58 



1917] 



Document Xo. 5 



57 



Statement D — Continued. 



OIL INSPECTION FUND — continued. 
May, 1916. 

\V. A. Graham, Commissioner. 

\V. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner __ 



1,448.81 
1,596.77 



June, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner,. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 



July. 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner,. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 



1,6S3.46 

1,631.22 

340 .36 



August, 1916. 
W. A. Graha 
W. A. Graha 



, Commissioner.. 
, Commissioner- 



{ 7,975.02 
1,148.66 



September, 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 



1,714.1 

3,140.77 

3,470.27 



October, 1916. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 



$ 1,409.29 
3,365.90 



November, 1916. 

W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 
W. A. Graham, Commissioner.. 



2,504.61 

1,661.46 

1,996.60 

990.95 



PAPER ACCOUNT, REFUND. 

Received on above account as folio 



July, 1916. 

Department of Labor and Printing.. 



PENSION REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

W. P. Wood, State Auditor, J. M. Smith, Soldiers' Home. 



W. P. Wood, .State .\uditor, George Farrior, Soldiers' Ho 



October, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, A. M. Patterson. 



15.00 
79.00 



58 



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[Session 



Statement D — C07iHnued. 



PIANO AND ORGAN DEALERS* LICENSES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
The Hobart M. Cable Co., LaPorte, Ind., one duplicate.... 


S 


1.00 






S 1. 00 


January, 1916. 




66.10 




66.10 


February, 1916. 
Dunham's Music House, AsheviUe 




76.96 
1.00 


Hobart M. Cable Co 






77.96 


March, 1916 
Weaver Organ and Piano Co., York, Pa 




1.00 




1.00 


April, 1916. 
The Starr Piano Co., one duplicate.. 




1.00 




1.00 


May, 1916. 




50.00 




50.00 


Hobart M. Cable Co., LaPorte, Ind., license and tax on receipts 

Lester Piano Co.. Philadelphia, Pa., license and tax on receipts 

Darnell & Thomas, Raleigh, 1915-1916. 




53.00 

73.24 

306.47 

130.59 

73.82 

1.00 

74.90 

3.66 

121 .88 

141.49 

95.03 

94.95 

91.18 

8.00 

4.00 

186 .35 






















W. W. Putnam & Co., Staunton, Va., license and tax on receipts 

Hallet & Davis Piano Co., Boston, Mass., license and tax on receipts.. 
Weaver Orpan and Piano Co., Inc., York, Pa.... 




The Baldwin Piano Co., Cincinnati, Ohio.. 




M. Schulz Co., Atlanta, Ga.. 




Hallet & Davis Piano Co... 








W. W. KinibaU Co., Chicago, 111 






1,464.56 


August, 1916. 


S 


13.40 

75.20 
202 .86 

77.28 
1.00 
1.00 
1. 00 

73,92 
1.00 


Starr Piano Co., Richmond, Ind... . 








Adam Schaaf, Chicago, 111.. 








M. Schulz Co., Chicago, lU... 




Starr Piano Co.... 




Falk's Music House, AsheviUe 




Weaver Organ and Piano Co., York, Pa 






446.66 


September, 1916. 


S 


2.00 
1.00 
1.00 












4.00 


November, 1916. 


t 


130.00 
1.00 








2.30 










t 2,114.68 







1917] 



Document No. 5 



59 



Statement D — Continued. 



December, 1915. 
.1. Brvan CJri: 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY. 

Received on above account as fo' 
les, .Secretary of .State 



February, 1916. 

J. Br\'an Grimes, Secretary of State. 



March, 1916. 




J. Bryan Grimes 


Secretary* of State 


April. 1916. 




J. Br>an Grimes 


Secretary of State 


May. 1916. 




J. Bryan Grimes 


Secretary of State 


June, 1916. 




J. Bryan Grimes 


Secretary of State 


August, 1916. 




J. Bryan Grimes 


Secretary' of State 


September, 1916. 




J. Bryan Grimes 


Secretary of State 



October, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



I 



November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 



PRIVIL 

Received c 



: ON HAILROADS, 



I above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 

Raleigh and Charleston R. R. Co.. Marion. S. C 

Tennessee and North Carolina R. R., Newport, Tenn.. 
Seaboard Air Line Ry _ 



$ 83 .04 

152.00 
6, 163 .50 



January, 1916. 
Aberdeen and Rorkfish R. R. Co.... _ .j S 240.00 



Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R.. 



July, 1916. 

Dover and Southbound R. R. Co., Dover, N. C 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Ry. Co., Johnson City, Ten 

August. 1916. 

Warrenton Railroad Co 

Lawndale Railway and Industrial Co.. 

Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co 

Washington and Vandemere R. R. Co _ 

Black Mountain Ry. Co 

Smoky Mountain Ry. Co.. 

Durham and .Southern Ry. Co 



$ 


48.80 




1,174.10 


i 


30.00 




45.84 




9,585.50 




80.00 




231.60 




57.60 




589.70 



60 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



PRIVILEGE TAX ON RAILROADS — continued. 

August, 1916. 


$ 80.00 
63.44 
905.60 
7,833.10 
10,934.60 
966 .48 
410.00 
214.24 
55.60 
26.34 
89.50 
58.00 
36.00 


$ 




Carolina R. R. Co... 




















YadkinR. R. Co 




















Tallnlah FaUs Rv 










32,293.14 


September, 191E. 


$ 937.80 
144.00 
244.14 
60.60 
328.50 
31.80 
72.00 
52.80 






















LinviUe River Ry.. . * 










1,871.64 


October, 1916. 

Durham and South Carolina R. R. 


$ 168.00 
24.00 
20.00 
6,280.30 
83.04 
12.42 
44.00 


Cliffside R. R.... 












Raleigh and Charleston R. R 














6,631.76 




$ 10.00 


Total 


S 


48,876.98 






PUBLIC SCHOOLS, APPROPRIATION FOR RURAL LIBRARIES, REFUND. 

Received on above account as follows: 
May, 1916. 


$ 






10.00 







EAILROAD PROPEBTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


December, 1915. 


$ 75 .02 


S 12.68 


$ 87.70 




243.20 41.10 


284 .30 








t 318.22 


{ 53 .78 


{ 372.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



61 



Statemext D — Continued. 



RAILROAD PHOPERTT TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 




Total. 


January, 1916. 


S 


91.11 
414.16 
506.27 
144 .37 
340.80 
47.33 
23.67 


i 


15.40 
70.00 
85.57 
24.40 
57.60 
8.00 
4.00 


$ 


106.51 




484 .16 


Aberdeen and Rockfish R. R 


591 .84 




168.77 




398 .40 




55.33 




27.67 






February, 1916. 


t 


1,567.71 

14.20 
82.83 


t 


264.97 

2.40 
14.00 


i 


1,832.68 
16.60 


MadL-..n County R. R. Co., New York, N. Y.. 


96.83 


March, 1916. 

Carolina and Xorthwestern Ry. Co., Chester, S. C _. 


, 


97.03 
2,06,6.09 


i 


16.40 
349.20 


s 


113.43 
2,415.29 



April, 1916. 

Maxton,.\ln 



I and Southbound R. R., Maxton, N. C. 



S 2,066.09 ; i 349.20 $ 2,415.29 
89.63 1 15.15 104.78 



May, 1916. 
Wilmington, Brunswick and So. Ry., Southport, N. C 
East CaroUna Ry. Co., Tarboro, N. C 



Jum, 1916. 
Elkin and AUeghany Ry., Elkin, N. C 

July, 1916. 
Warrcnton R. R. Co 

Red .*^prinEs and Bowmore R. R., Red .Springs, N. C._. 

Smoky Mountain Ry. Co., Columbus, Ohio 

Norfolk and Western Ry. Co., Roanoke, Va.. 

Swannanoa R. R. Co., Bee Tree, N. C— 

lAwndale Railway and Industrial Co 

Vircinia-Carolina Ry. Co.. .Abingdon, Va 

Louisville and Nashville R. R 

Carolina, Atlantic and W'estem Ry., Norfolk, Va 

Randolph and Cumberland Ry., Carthage, N. C 

Roanoke Ry., Franklin, Va 

Atlantic and North Carolina R. R. Co.. Norfolk. Va... 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., Norfolk. Va 

Black Mountain Uy.. Johnson City, Tcnn 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., .\orfolk, Va 

Atlantic Coast Line Ry., Wilmington, N. C 

Southern Ry., Atlanta, Ga 

Winston-Salem Southbound Ry.. 

Snowbird Valley R. R. Co., Andrews, N. C 

Atlantic and Yadkin Ry 

High Point, Randleman, Asheboro and Southern R. R 



190.60 ! 32.21 222.81 

260 .33 44 .00 304 .33 



S 450.93 S 76.21 


i 527.14 


124.25 


21.00 


145.25 


$ 124.25 t 21.00 


t 145.25 


42.60 


7.20 


49.80 


35.50 


6.«0- 


41.50 


56.80 


9.60 


66.40 


5,272.92 


891 .20 


6,164.12 


28.40 


4. SO 


33.20 


47.33 


8.00 


55.33 


577.73 


97.04 


675.37 


187.58 : 


31.70 


219.28 


157.90 


26.69 


184 .59 


118.33 


20.00 


1.38 .33 


46.72 


7.89 


.54.61 


3,500.43 , 


591 .62 


4,092.05 


17, 104 .50 


2,890.90 


19,995.40 


233.44 


39.46 


272.90 


47,639.17 


8,050.00 


55,679.17 


81,993.98 ' 


13,858.13 


95.852.11 


110,925.56 [ 


18,747.94 


129,673.50 


4,981.36 


841.92 


5,823.28 


41.41 


7.00 


48.41 


4,676.07 


790.32 


5,466.39 


869.62 


146.97 


1,016.59 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BAILROAD PROPERTY TAX — continued. 



July, 19T6. 
Yadkin R. R _ 

Tallulah Falls R. R.— _ _._. 

Danville and Western Ry 

Carolina and Tennessee Southern Ry 

Asheville Southern Ry 

Asheville and Craggy Mountain Ry 

August, 1916. 

Rockingham R. R. Co 

Washington and Vandemere R. R 

Laurinburg and Southern R. R.- 

Bonlee and Western Ry. Co 

Elkin and Alleghany Ry 

Wellington and PowellsviUe R. R. Co.. 

Carolina, Clinchfield and Ohio Ry 

East Tenn. and Western North Carolina Ry. Co. 

Durham and South Carolina R. R. (1916) 

Durham and South Carolina R. R. (1915).. 

Linville River Ry 

Virginia and Carolina Southern R. R. Co 

Carolina R. R. Co 

Asheville and East Tennessee R. R 

Atlantic and Western R. R 

September, 1916. 
Aberdeen and Rockfish R. R. Co., Aberdeen, N. 

Atlantic and CaroUna, Norfolk, Va 

Cliffside R. R 

Raleigh and Charleston R. R., Portsmouth, Va.. 
Dover and Southbound R. R., Dover, N. C 



639 .06 
2S6.39 
154.87 
98.69 
23.67 
23.67 



177.26 
213 .00 
340.80 

78.10 

124 .25 

130.17 

;, 623 .67 

75.26 
353 .30 
309.63 

56.80 
517.41 
107. 6S 

75.02 
198 .80 



506 .28 
33.83 
50.48 
307.66 
144.37 



108 .01 
43 ..33 
26.18 
16.63 
4.00 
4.00 



29.96 
36.00 
57.6a 
13.20 
21.00 
22.00 
119.49 
12.72 
59.71 
52.34 
9.60 
87.45 
18.20 



85.56 
5.71 



52.00 
24.40 



October, 1916. 

Maxton, Alma and Southbound R. R._ 

Durham and Southern Ry 

Northampton and Hertford Ry 

Atlantic and Carolina R. R 

Kinston Carolina Railroad and Lumbe 
Appalachian Ry 

November, 1916. 
Danville and Western Ry. Co 

Totals... 



2,961.1 
47.33 
33.83 
130.17 
51.44 

i 2,313.44 

14.58 



15.15 
500.45 



5.71 
22.00 



$ 560.00 
2.46 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



63 



Statement D — Continued. 



REFRIGERATOR CAR PROPERTT TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


August. 19ie. 
American Cotton Oil Co 


% 9.46 

3.78 

.47 


t 1.60 
.64 
.08 


i 11 .06 




4.42 




.55 






September, 1916. 


( 13.71 

1.65 

.59 

23.67 


$ 2.32 

.28 

.10 

4.00 


t 16.03 
1.93 




.69 




27.67 






October. 1916. 


$ 23.91 

4.73 
49.70 
41.41 
17.74 


$ 4.38 

.80 
8.40 
7.00 
3.00 


S 30.29 
5.53 


Southern Cotton Oil Co., New York. 


5S.10 


Fruit Growers Express, Chicago, 111 


48.41 
20.74 








% 113.58 


t 19.20 


$ 132 .78 


Totals 


t 153.20 


t 25.90 


i 179.10 







SEALS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEXT. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretarj'- 



, 1916. 

J. P. Kerr, Private Secretarj'-- 

February, 1916. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretarj'.. 

May, 1916. 

J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary.. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary.. 
J. P. Kerr, Private Secretary'.. 



July, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary.. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary.. 

August, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretar>'.. 

September, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary.. 

October, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private Secretary.. 





269.75 




367.00 




328 .25 
266.25 
188.50 




173.50 
138.00 




127.00 




154.00 




154.50 



64 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



SEALS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENl^-COn/l'nued. 

November, 1916. 
M. F. Jones, Private .Secretary. . 


S 


170.25 










i 170.25 






38.00 


Total __. 


» 2,524.75 




la follows: 


SEAL TAX, STATE DEPART 

Received on above account 
December, 1915. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 










$ 38.00 


January, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _. 




43.00 








43.00 


February, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 




36.00 








36.00 


March, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _. 




59.00 








59.00 


April, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State ._ 




23.00 








23.00 


May, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State __. 




37.00 








37.00 


June. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _. 




24.00 








24.00 


July, 1916. 




103 .00 








103 .00 


August, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State _ 




22.00 








22.00 


September, 1916. 




29.00 








29.00 


October, 1916. 




10.00 








10.00 


November, 1916. 




30.00 








30.00 




i 


1.00 
1.00 
1.00 


Total 






foil 
iiplic 

3S., 1 
SS., 1 

bala 
dup 






SEWING MACHINE LICEN 

Received on above account a 
December, 1915. 
Free Sewing Machine Co.. Rockford, 111., 1 d 




New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, M 






New Home Sewing Machine Co., Orange, Me 










$ 3.00 


January, 1916. 
White .Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland, Oliio, 


i 


85.78 
1.00 












86.78 



1917] 



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65 



SiATEMEXT D — Continued. 



SEWING MACHINE LICENSES — continued. 
February. 1916. 

New Homo Sewing Machine Co.. 1 duplicate 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 9 duplicates 

New Home Sewing Machine Co., 1 duplicate 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., 2 duplicates.- _ 

March. 1916. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 9 duplicates. ., 

April, 1916. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co., 1 duplicate.. 

July. 1916. 

Free Sewing Machine Co., Rockford, 111 __ 

White Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., Dayton, Ohio _ 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., Dayloa, Ohio, 2 duplicates.. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Baltimore, Md 

Standard Sewing Machine Co., Cleveland, Ohio 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., Baltimore, Md 

August. 1916. 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., 2 duplicates— .-_ 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 24 duplicates 

New Home Sewing Machine Co., license and tax on sales.. 

September, 1916. 

Davis .Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, L. A. Jordan 

Davis Sewing Machine Co., duphcates, D. F. Slaton and S. L. Jordan 
White Sewing Machine Co., dupUcates, W. A. Patterson and W.©. Lyncl 

Davis Sewing Machine Co.. duplicate, R. G. Joyce 

New Home Sewing Machine Co., duplicate, W. H. Russ Bros. Co 

October. 1916. 

National Sewing Machine Co.. Belvidere, 111.. _ , 

National Sewing Machine Co., Belviiere, 111., duplicate 

Free Sewing Machine Co., duplicate _ 

Total 

SKETCHES ;;. C. CONFEDERATE REGIMENTS. 

Rercived on above account as follows: 
July. 1916. 
M. O. SherriU.'Librarian 



BLEEPING-CAR COMPANY PROPE 

Received on above account aa 
August, 1916. 
Pullman Company. Chicago, III. (general)... 
Pullman Company, Chicago, 111. (pensions).. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, PRIMARY FEES. 

Received on above account as follows: 
April. 1916. 

W. C. Lamb, chairman, for Edmond Jones 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for W. A. Graham 



s 


1.00 




9.00 




1.00 




2.00 


$ 


9.00 


t 


1.00 


s 


169.29 




281 .00 




230.38 




2.00 




1,604.61 




200.81 




312.00 


s 


2.00 




24.00 




174 .33 



120.23 
l.OD 
1.00 



,111.54 

1S7 .86 



20.00 
20.00 



8— Part 1—1916 



66 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, PRIMARY FEES — continued. 

April, 1916. 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for T. W. Bickett 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for J. Bryan Grimes.. 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for VV. P. Wood 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for M. H. Justice 



W. G. Lamb, chai 
W. G. Lamb 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, ch; 
W. G. Lamb, ch: 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 
VV. G. Lamb, ch; 
W. G. Lamb, ch 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, 



for J. .S. Manning- 

for M. L. .Shipman 

for W. P. Stacy 

for B. R. Lacy 

for H. L. Godwin 

for E, F. Young... 

for E, Y. Webb 

for R. L. Doughton. 

for J. ,S. McNider... 

for Claude Kitchin. 

for J. R. Young... 

forE. W. Pou. 

for George E. Hood 

for Charles M. Stedman.. 

for T. H. Calvert 

for Haj-wood Clark 

for Lindsay Warren 

for J. S. Mann 

for J. A. Hartness 

for J. Q. A. Wood 

for John H. Small 

forS. H. Hobbs 

for Q. K. Nimocks 

for A. L. McCaskill. 

for D, L. Hoyd.... 

for H. B. Varner 

for W. James Jordan 

for Izra Parker 

for J. Y. Joyner 

for E. L. Daughtridge... 

for A. L. French 

for James J. Britt 

for Zebulon Weaver 

for Charles E. Green 

for J- A. Brown 

for J. D. Braswell 

for O. Max Gardner 

for W. T. Lee 

for F. A. Linney 

for James A. Giggs 

for D. P. Dellinger 

for L. L, Jenkins 

for H. L. Williams 

for J. D. Elhott 

for C. T. McClenaghan.. 

for J. J. Jenkins 

for T. E. Bennett 

for M. L. Elliott 

for J. Frank Wooten 

for E. H. Cranmer 

for W. T. Davenport 

for H. J. Faison 

for P. E. Brown... 

for R. B. Howell 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
5.00 
50.00 
20.00 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
20.00 
50.00 
50.00 
20.00 
50.00 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
50 .Oil 
50.00 
50.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
5.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
5.00 
20.00 
50.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
50.00 
6.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



67 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, PRIMARY FEI 

April, 1916. 

\\. G. Lamb, chairman, for Van B. Martin 

\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for A. W. James 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Joseph W. Little 

\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for N. L. Spence 

\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for Charles A. Jonas — 

\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for P. \V. Patton 

\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for Stephen H. Taylor.. 
\V. G. Lamb, chairman, for T. B. Finlcy 

C. Williams 

D. Robinson 

an, for E. A. Johnson 

n, for Walter L. Cahoon... 

, for R. D. Sink 

les M. Hoover. 
. Sinclair 



W. G. Lamb, cha 

W. G. Lamb. 

W. G. Lamb, 

W. G. Lamb, cha 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Cha 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for X. .■ 



W. G. Lamb, chairman, for R. L. Stroud 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for L. J. H. Mewborn... 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for J. W. Walker 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for J. J. Parker 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for J. F. Newell.. 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for W. H. S. BurE\\Tn.. 
W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Addison G. Ricaud. 



W. G. Lamb, chairn 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb. 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, chairman 
W. G. Lamb, . 
W. G. Lamb, ch; 
W. G. Lamb, ch; 
W. G. Lamb, ch 



W. G. 
W. G. 



Lamb, ch; 
Lamb, ch 



for Paul Webb 

for Gilliam Grissom 

for W. D. Pollock 

for A. M. Dulla 

for J. C. -Newell..... 

for C.R. Pugh 

for Leslie E. Jones 

for A. H. Hayes 

for James D. HaH 

for EC. Bivens 

for A. C. Payne 

for Charles P. Mathcson.. 
for John R. Hoffman 



W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Wi 

W. G. Lamb, ch; 

W. G. Lamb, ch 

W. G. Lamb, ch 

W. G. Lamb, ch 

W. G. Lamb, ch 

W. G. Lamb, eh 



t C. Hammond.. 

for Iredell Meares 

n, for MA. Whitley 

n, for George E. Butler 

fori. C. Herbert.. 

for A. J. McKinnon 

rman, for W. L. Lonn 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for G. S. Harrill 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Robert W. Harris 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for Bruce C raven 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, for John A. Oats 

W. G. Lamb, chairnian. for Robert Fe nder 



W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb, cha 
W. G. Lamb. eh« 
W. G. Lamb 
W. G. Lamb 
W. G. Lamb, ch; 
W. G. Ijimh. < 
W. G. Lamb, ( 



, for A. G. 



Deweese 

irman, for Sol. Gallert 

irman, for Eugene Transou.. 
irman, for Brevard Nixon... 
irman, for Thomaa L. Green 

irman, for J. P. Cook 

irman, for C. W. Mitchell 

for John W. Harden. 

for J A. McLeod 

I, for Edwin Kiser 



W. G. Lamb, chairman, for John W. Hall.. 



6.00 

5.00 

50.00 

50.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.00 

5.00 

50.00 

o.OO 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

50.00 

5.00 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

60.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

6.00 

6.00 

20.00 

5.00 

50.00 

5.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

20.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

6.00 

50.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

5.00 

50.00 

20.00 

5.03 

5.00 

5.00 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



BTATE 

, 1916. 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb. 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 
. G. Lamb, 

Total 



» OF ELECTIONS, 



EEfi— continued. 



chairman, 
chairman 



for P. H. Stancill 

for George W. DePriest 

for Charles Brenizer 

for Jesse A. Giles 

for J. F. Justice _ 

for Frank A. Hewitt 

forW. O. Dixon 

for M. L. Martin 

forC. H. Hicks 

for George A. Holderness.. 

for T. J. Armstrong— 

for B. Cameron 

for O. A. Barbour 

forF. Brock.... 

for I. H. Barnett 

for J. Elmer Long 



SD COLONIAL RECOR 



; account as follows 



July, 1916. 

M. O. Sherrill. Librarian, 



STATE S PRISON EARNI! 

Received on above account 
December, 1915. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent _ 

January, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

February. 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

March, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

April, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 1... 

May, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 



:.251.85 
9S9 .00 



s 


6.055.23 




1,026.25 




4,580.75 




4,578.56 


$ 


824 .46 




7,337.43 


$ 


1,043.93 




100.81 




302 .92 




6,729.54 




2,707.06 


s 


3,689.62 




8,875.47 




637.09 



{ 420.63 

12,093.98 

179 .25 



1917] 



Document IsTo. 5 



69 



Statement D — Continued. 



state's prison* earnings — continued 
May. 1916. 

J. .S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent- 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

June, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, s iperintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

July, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 1 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

August, 1916. 

J. ??. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. .S. Mann, superintendent 

September, 1916. 

J. y. Mann, superintendent 

J. .S. Mann, superintendent.. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

October, 1916. 

J. .S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

November, 1916. 

J. S. Mann, superintendent 

J. S. Mann, superintendent _ 

Total 



112.00 
7,599.08 
48, 526 ..39 
1,060.0; 



9,724.18 
1,110.12 



513.56 
7, 793 .82 



701 .21 
1,291.84 
11,973.34 



161 .23 

3,779.00 

15,571.43 

189 .48 



( 


982 .03 
14,431.41 


i 


14,514.66 
570.28 



TATE T.VXES RECEIVEn FROM SHERIF 



Received on above account as follows: 



Deumber, 1915. 

W. H. Atkinson, Pender County 

G. D. Blalock, Stanly County 

\V, H. Williams, Greene County 

March. 1916. 

G. W. Goodwin, Chowan County 

J. M. Clarke, Bladen County 

T. N. Fitch, Caswell County 

J. A. LauKhridRe. McDowell County. 

R. L. Gripirs, Currituck County 

Charles Reid, Pasquotank County 



t 6,445.69 
12.017.56 
9,743.41 



7,373.50 
9,308.24 
6,901.85 
6,200.54 
5,096.69 
13,807.38 



221 ,52 
665 .37 



1,4.35.38 
2,223.07 



1,319.84 
1,914.12 
1,441.35 
1,296.20 
9S6..30 
2,228.: 



7,881.07 
14,479.98 
11,525.55 



8,9.34.93 
11,222.36 
8,343.20 
7,718.26 
6,0*2.99 
16,601.00 



70 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



: TAXES RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS — Continued . 





General. 


Income. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


April, 1916. 


$ 10,826.03 
7,076.65 
10,8S9.I7 
8,197.93 
3,807.84 
22,940.05 
16,855.74 

4,244.76 
6,180.24 
20,756.22 
56,594.48 
12,956.71 
7, 261 .89 
9,413.10 
14,787.88 
16,176.96 
5,2.32.10 
8,238.0J 

13,497.13 
13,902.04 
7,382.03 
14,668.60 
25,410.17 

10,217.79 
13,566.92 
13,390.74 
12,172.08 

21,837.45 
15,809.70 
4,791.92 
5,500.70 
17,201.69 

56,286.51 
14,107.22 
28,279.11 
15,190.09 
24,861.54 
11,957.35 
16,337.21 
13,886.26 


$ 34.38 
30.87 
143 .29 
56.35 


$ 1,975.91 
1,. 307 .97 
1,960.06 
1,460.95 
691 .02 
4,032.81 
3,162.15 

, 774.17 
1,126.69 
3,646.32 
9,623.78 
2,160.35 
1,311.74 
1,792.66 
2,603.52 
3,023.71 
950.94 
1,584.23 

2,485.85 
2,671.11 
1,278.48 
2,700.29 
4,394.49 

1,772.26 
2,322.82 
2,519.34 
2,183.93 

3,700.70 
2,813.61 
968.12 
1,004.80 
2,882.06 

8,804.68 
2,617.35 
5,245.33 
2,610.22 
4,411.25 
2,116.53 
2,844.06 
2,783.72 


S 12,836.32 




8,415.49 




12,992.52 




9,715.23 




4,493.86 




553.37 
88.30 

85.02 

448 .70 
4,904.57 

160.17 
36.95 
12.24 
57.94 
41.35 


27,526.23 




20,106.19 


May, 1916. 


5,103.95 




7,306.93 




24,851.24 




71,122.83 




15,277.23 




8,612.58 


W. M. Buckner, Madison County _... 


11,218.00 




17,454.34 


Farmers Bank, Northampton County 


19,242.02 
6,183.04 






9,822.31 


June, 1916, 


42.24 
96.20 
24.70 
38.41 
688 .32 

69.21 
188.77 
108.94 
734 .52 

854.14 
463 .07 
23.79 


16,025.21 




16,669.35 




8,6S5.21 




17,607.30 




30,492.98 


July, 1916. 


12,059.26 




16,078.51 




16,019.02 




15,090.53 


August, 1916. 


26,392.29 




19,088.38 




5,783.83 




6,505.50 




1,706.30 

6,020.46 
33.81 
168.16 

1,648.50 
6S1 .88 
441 .77 
442 .90 
146.06 


21,790.05 


September, 1916. 


71,111.65 




16,758.38 




33,692.60 




19,448.81 




29,954.67 


H. D. Baliwin, Richmond County.. 


14,515.65 
19.624.17 


J. M. Byrd, Harnett County 


16,816.04 



1917] 



Document I^o. 5 



71 



Statement D — Continued. 



STATE TAXES RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS — continued. 





General. 


Income. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


October, 1916. 

J. \V. Burkhead, Randolph County... 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 


S 17,874.10 
7,868.07 
9,967.43 
27.156.59 
15,728.42 
10,665.63 
57,970.30 
23,463.60 
9.064.36 
27,253.27 

42,899.03 
19,171.52 
28,706.41 
7,845.11 
6,991.91 
3,844.01 
5,W2.00 
3,103.04 
11,138.52 
17,180.65 
66,7.34.83 
14,506.29 
7,278.91 
6,643.40 
18,079.40 
5,021.87 
3,918.16 
6,370.14 
3,390.04 
25,491.18 
6,940.37 
12,524.03 
29,883.24 
17,791.66 
19,352.80 
63,103.77 
19,078.69 
8,790.87 
29,769.83 
7,4.39.40 
21,327.28 
7,625.21 
19,182.44 
19,311.66 
9,695.09 
61,267.95 
26,861.73 
6,975.58 
3, .342 .63 
10,662.93 
19,630.56 


$ 314.25 

66.03 

130.17 

637.05 

80.60 

7.60 

4,470.64 

1,514.50 

11.87 

l,0O0.S4 

5,057.28 
184.67 
935.11 


S 3,271.56 
1,429.34 
1,842.24 
5,170.62 
2,635.07 
1,948.23 
8,995.20 
4,021.90 
1,718.89 
4,429.85 

6,289.49 
3,220.65 
5,191.78 
1,430.40 
1,613 ..38 

817.20 
1,097.87 

534 .OS 
2,126.30 
3,088.93 
10,130.45 
3,062.44 
1,346.79 
1,284.76 
3,076.09 

902.31 

739.00 
1,247.24 

638.15 
4,618.00 
1,256.84 
2,483.18 
5,507.50 
3,345.97 
3,493.45 
9,876.54 
3,611.67 
1,623.91 
5,162.51 
1,. 399 .90 
3,695.07 
1,581.47 
3,661.80 
3.587.01 
1,782.99 
9,525.66 
5,935.77 
1,223.67 

648.63 
1,947.14 
3,630.03 


S 21,459.91 
9,363.44 
11,939.86 




32,984.26 




18,454.09 




12,621.46 


John F. Harward. Durham County 


71.436.14 
29,000.00 


W. A. McMillan. .\she County 


10,795.13 




32,683.96 


November. 1916. 
S. P. Cowan, New Hanover County 


54,275.79 
22,576.84 




34,833 30 






J. E. Robinson, Brunswick County 


4.61 


8,611.90 
4,661 21 




6.18 










9.92 

82.0(1 

4,077.79 

49.60 












W. H. Allen, Franklin County.. 


17,618.33 


Edcar Hall, Hoke County 






62 .,55 
743 .51 


7,990.71 
21,899 00 
















7.6D 

15.21 

1,229.61 

17.15 

16S .60 

1.94 
6.30.,38 
5,100.71 
111.56 
106.77 
777.90 




F. L. \V. Cohoon, Tyrrell County 




N. C. Warren, N'ash County... 






8,214.36 


R. E. Davis, Warren County 










John A. Isenhour, Catawba County 


23,476.63 


J. V. Griffith, Union County 




G. W. 8tuart, MontEomery County 


10,521.55 


W. R. Atkinson, Pender County 




W. N. Davis, Gaston County... 


1,543.15 




S. P. Hancock, Carteret County... 




N. H. MeGeachy, Cumberland County 


594.82 
228.04 
68.12 
7,228.45 
1,018,61 
103.46 
59.38 
113.25 
244.43 


23,4.39.06 






N. W. Wallace, Mecklenburi; County 


78,022.06 


J. H. Pickelsimer. Transylvania County .. 
J. Tipton, Mitchell County 


8,307.71 


F. C. Berry, Burke County.. 




T. W. Davis. .Surry County 








Totals 


$1,621,509.87 


$ 61,386.38 


t 285,874.55 


tl, 968, 770 .80 





72 



Document N^o. 5 



Statement D — Continued. 



■ PUPILS, RECEIVED FROM SHERIFFS. 



Received on abov 

December, 1915. 

\V. U. Atkinson, Pender County. 

G. D. Blalock, Stanly County... 

W. H. Williams, Greene County.. 



49.21 
83.30 
26.50 



March, 1916. 

G. W. Goodn-in, Chowan County 

J. M. Clarke, Bladen County 

J. A. Laughridge, McDowell County. 
Charles Reid, Pasquotank County 



20.28 
64.00 
195.11 
47.80 



April, 1916. 

John H. Sprinkle, Davie County.. 

C. C. Shaw, Davidson County 

G. G. Best, Duplin County 



84.90 
104.01 
30.50 



May, 1916. 

A. F. Reeves. Alleghany County 

VV. B. Windley, Beaufort County 

J. H. Sears, Wake County 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County 

W. M. Buckner, Madison County _. 

J. C. Crawford, Martin County 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County.. 

A. L. Hill, Polk County 

C. W. Poindextcr, Yadkin County 



29.00 
15.11 

300.91 
55.34 

335.36 
35.84 

104.41 
56.50 
83.50 



June, 1916. 

W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes County... 
John W. Cooper, Bertie County... 
R. B. Hyatt, Edgecombe County.. 



285 .20 
64.60 
48.62 



July, 1916. 

C. E. Tanner, Rutherford County. 
T. S. Clark, Anson County 



82.20 
113.64 



August, 1916. 

R. B. Lane, Craven County 

J. T. Best, Columbus County 

W. A. Hall, Yancey County 

George E. Davis, Hyde County 

H. W. Caldwell, Cabarrus County. 



84.40 
87.80 
27.00 



September, 1916, 

D. B. Stafford, Guilford County... 
Leon T. Lane, Chatham County... 
W. F. Grimes, Johnston County.... 

J. S, Royster, Vance Count.v _. 

J. M. Deaton. Iredell County 

H. D. Baliwin, Richmond, Va 

S. C. Hobgood, Granville County. 
J. M. Byrd, Harnett County 



197.52 
26.00 

177.29 
97.39 

29S .02 
55.20 
47.60 

104.27 



October, 1916, 
J. W. Burkhead, Randolph County.. 

J. A. Triplett, Caldwell County 

R. E. Lewis, Robeson County 

A. E. Garrett. Hertford County 

John F. Harward, Durham County.. 
F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County... 



103 .94 
140.50 
118.65 
112.10 
231 .28 
65 .96 



191* 



Document No. 5 



73 



Statement D — Continued. 



I 



ixdi(;ext pupils, received from sheriffs — continued. 
November, 1916. 
,s. P Cowan, Xew Hanover County 

A. \V. Taylor. Lenoir County -- 

R. H. Edwards. Wayne County . 

J. E. Robinson. Brunswiek County 

J. S- Ilarpett. Joces County 

Ed. Kitchin. Clay County- 

W. A. Palmer. Haj-wood County 

B. A. Patton. Buncombe County 

W. H. Allen, Franklin County 

Edcar Hall. Hoke County 

J. \V. Buchanan. Jackson County 

R. N'. Cook, Alamance County 

E. S. Lupton, Pamlico County.. 

W, P. Moody, Watauga County.. 

N. C. Warren. Nash County. 

Alex. Moore, Macon County 

R. E. Davis, Warren County... 

J. McLawhorn, Pitt County 

I. T. McLamb, Sampson County ! 

John A. Isenhour, Catawba County 

George W. Flj-nt, Forsj-th County _. 

J. V. Griffith. Union County.. 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County 

KritJcr & Barger, Rowan County 

W. R. .\tkinson, Pender County 

W. X. Davis, Gaston County. 

S. P. Hancock, Carteret County. 

N. H. McGeachy, Cumberland 

W. D. I.ackey, Cleveland County 

N. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg County 

J. E Bowers, Halifax County 

J. H. Pickelsimer, Transylvania County 

Joseph Tipton, Mitchell County 

F. C. Berry, Burke County... 

T. W. Davis, Surry County 

Total 



58.80 
186.46 
91.64 
44.17 
27.90 
33.40 
25.09 
119.73 
167.70 
27.50 
60.05 
81.25 
22.90 
87 .90 
53 .74 
72.00 
19.85 
27.90 
166.25 
183.79 
272 .18 
102.10 
54.80 
245 .43 
54.91 

69 .o: 

32.10 
205 .40 
137.99 
260.04 
103 .61 
117.95 
63.00 
50.50 
201 .00 



, PROPERTY ' 



Received on above account as follows: 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


January, 1916. 


$ 1.41 
1.18 
7.10 
47.33 
5.15 


S .24 


S 1.65 




.20 i 1 .38 




1.20 

8.00 

.87 


8.30 


North River Line, Elizabeth City.. 

Hiadcsville Canal Co., Scranton 


55.33 
6.02 


August, 1916. 
Weck8\illeTrarBportation Co 

Brurswick Bridge and Fcrrj' Co.... . ... 


S 62.17 

1.18 
49.93 
17.74 
4.73 
3.76 


t 10.51 

.20 
8.44 


t 72.68 

1.38 
58 .37 




3.00 1 20.74 


Yadkin Bridge Co.. 


.80 ; 5.53 


Swan Quarter Canal Co 


.63 4.39 



74 



Document I^To. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



STEAMBOAT J 



< PROPERTY TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


August. 1916. 


$ 1.18 
21.29 

9.46 
.06 

1.41 

9.46 
23.67 

8.28 
35.49 
10.17 
52.06 
10.64 
94.66 


S .20 

3.60 
1.60 
.01 
.24 
1.60 
4,00 
1.40 
6.00 
1.72 
8.80 
l.EO 
16.00 


S I 38 


Piedmont Toll Btidge Co. 


24 89 




11.06 




07 




1 65 




11.06 




27.67 




9.6? 




41.49 




11.89 




60 .86 




12.44 




110.66 






Septcrrber, 1916. 
Ederiton and Chowan Steamboat Co., Elizabeth City... 
North River Line. Elizabeth City . 


% 355.17 

8. 28 
47.33 

9.46 
14.19 

1.41 
35.49 

3.54 
11.83 


S 60 .04 

1.40 
8.00 
1.60 
2.40 

.24 
6.00 

.60 
2.00 


S 415.21 

9.6S 
53.33 




11.06 




16.59 


D. N. Bennett Ferry, Norwood 


1.65 




41.49 




4.14 




13.83 






October, 1916. 
New Holland Boat Line 


S 131.53 

8.28 
23.67 
1.41 
2.95 
2.36 
17.74 


% 22.24 

1.40 

4.00 

.24 

.50 

.40 

3.00 


$ 153.77 
■ 9.63 




27.67 




1.65 




3.45 




2.76 




20.74 






' 


$ 56.41 


S 9.54 


S 65 .95 




$ 605 .28 


S 102 .33 


S 707.61 







STREET RAILWAY, LIGHT, AND WATER PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


December, 1915. 

Roanoke Rapids Power Co.. .. . 


S 759.27 
23.67 
4.73 
25.71 
94.19 
116.91 
10.17 


$ 128 .33 
4.00 
.80 
4.34 
15.92 
19.76 
1.72 


S 887.60 




27.67 


Weaverville Electric Co., Asheville 


5.53 




30.05 




IIO.U 




136.67 




11.89 








i 1,034.65 


% 174.87 


$ 1,209.52 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



75 



Statement D — Continued. 



STREET RAILWAY, LIGHT, AXD WATER PROPERTY TAX — continued. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


January, 1916. 


i 46.13 

2.37 

2,550.90 

2,441.61 

1,932.50 

10.65 

47. .33 

209.26 

507.65 

5.91 

35.50 

15.38 

79.60 

23.67 

26.30 


S 7.80 

.40 

431 .14 

412.67 

330.00 

1.80 

8.00 

35.36 

85.80 

1.00 

6.00 

2.60 

13.45 

4.00 

4.4S 


$ 53 95 




2.77 




2,982.04 


Yadkin River Power Co., Raleigh 


2,834.28 




2,282.50 




12.45 




53 33 




244.62 




593 .45 




6.91 




41.50 




17.93 


Carolina-Tennessee Power Co. . 


93 03 


Graham Water and Electric Co.... 


27.67 




30.93 






February, 1916. 
( ioldslioro. Seven Springs and Swansboro Traction Co... 


$ 7,954.98 

14.20 
23.67 
4.73 


S 1,344.50 

2.40 

4.00 

.80 


$ 9,299.48 

16.60 
27.67 


.-^latcsville Gas Co. (1914) 


5.53 






March, 1916. 


S 42.60 

8.28 
59.16 


% 7.20 

1.40 
10.00 


S 49 .80 
9.68 




69.16 






April, 1916. 
Coldsboro Gas Co 


S 67.44 

82 .S3 
23.67 
17.47 
82.83 
94.66 
40.23 
1,183.33 
355.00 


S 11.40 

14.00 
4.00 


S 78.84 
96.83 




27.67 




2 .95 20 .42 


.\ew Bern Gas Co 


14.00 
16.00 
6.80 
200.00 
60.00 


96 83 




110.66 




47.03 




1,383.33 




" 413 .00 






May, 1916. 


} 1.880.02 

6.72 

2.37 

218.72 

23.67 
7.10 

82.83 


t 317.75 

1.14 
.40 

36.97 
4.00 
1.20 

14.00 


% 2.197.77 
7.86 




2 77 




233 .69 




27.67 




8 30 










July, 1916. 


t 341.41 

35.50 

1.18 
35.49 


t 57.71 
6.00 

.20 


t 309.12 


August, 1916. 


I .tx 


Citizens Light and Power Co., Lenoir 


6.00 1 41.49 



76 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



RAILWAY, LIGHT, AND WATER PROPERTY TAX — continued. 



August, 1916. 

Roxboro Light and Power Co 

Hickory Electric Co 

Benson Electric Light Co 

AsheWUe Power and Light Co 

Wadesboro Sewerage Co 

North CaroUna Electrical Power Co. (1915) 

Roanoke River Development Co., Weldon 

Virginia-Carolina Power Co.. Weldon 

New Bern-Ghent Street Railway Co 

Carolina-Tennessee Power Co 

Rich Square Electric Light and Power Co 

Catawba Valley Light and Power Co., Morganton 

Highlands Traction Co 

Jacksonville Electric Light Co _.. 

Windsor Electric and Power Co 

Blue Ridge Interurban Ry. Co., Saluda 

September, 1916. 

Goldsboro Electric Railway, Goldsboro 

Madison Light and Power Co., Marshall ._ 

Park Avenue Sewerage Co., Raleigh 

Plymouth Light and Ice Co 

Water Power Electric Co., Hickory 

Fairmont Light and Power Co 

Light and Power Co., Laurinburg 

Smitherman Power Co., Troy 

Winston-Salem Gas Co 

Southern C!as Improvement Co., Henderson 

Fayetteville Light and Power Co 

Brevard Light and Power Co 

Hamlet Water Co 

Highland Sewer and Water Co., Southern Pines... 

Weaverville Electric Co., Asheville... 

Goldsboro Gas Co., New Bern.. 

Hillsboro Power and Light Co 

New Bern Gas Co... 

Watauga Electric Co., Hickory 

October, 1916. 

Dillsboro and .Sylva Electric Light Co 

Catawba Manufactiu-ing and Electric Power Co... 

Western Carolina Power Co 

Southern Power Co 

Southern Piiblic Utihtics Co.. 

Saluda-Hendersonville Interurban Ry. Co 

Marion Light and Power Co 

Hiawassee River Power Co 

Conover Electric Co 

Piedmont and Northern Ry. Co... 

Piedmont and Northern Ry. Co. (Belmont Spur). 
Durham Water Co , 



10.64 
26.03 
5.91 
1,834.16 
5.91 
82S .33 
81.29 
71.04 
21.29 
78.96 
4.73 
9.46 
2.36 
3.54 
9.46 
25.70 



2.36 

23.67 

.70 

8.28 

2.36 
89.93 
319.49 
54.90 
70.99 
15.19 
94.84 

7.80 

4.73 
12.42 

4.73 
59.16 

4.73 

803.: 

41.29 

118.33 

288 .73 

4,496.66 

3,550.00 

2.36 

11. S3 

11.00 

2.95 

1,109.49 

22.64 

608 .83 



1.: 

4.40 

1.00 
310.00 

1.00 
140.00 
13.74 
12.00 

3.60 
13.34 

1.' 



1.60 
4.34 



15.20 
54.00 

9.28 
12.00 

2.56 
16.03 

1.32 
.80 

2.10 



6.98 

20.00 

48.80 

760 .00 

600.00 

.40 

2.00 

1.86 

.50 

187.52 

3.82 

86.00 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



77 



Statement D — Contijiued. 



STREET RAILWAY, LIGHT, AND WATER PROPERTY TAX — COntinUcd. 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


October. 1916. 


S 7.09 
17.46 
94.19 
10.17 
)16.91 
5.91 
946.66 
55.97 
10,840.07 


S 1.20 
2.95 
15.92 
1.72 
19.76 
1.00 
160.00 
9.46 
311.00 


i 8.29 




20.41 




110.11 




11.89 




136.67 




6.91 




1,106.66 




65.43 


Tallahassee Power Co 


2,151.07 






November. 1916. 


; 13,258.54 

15.38 

2,651.43 

2,650.56 

591 .78 

23.67 


S 2,240.89 

2.60 
448.12 
447.98 
100.01 

4.00 


S 15,499.43 
17.98 


Yadkin River Power Co. 


3,099.55 




3,098.54 




691 .79 




27.67 








t 5,932.82 


% 1,002.71 


$ 6,935.53 


Totals.. 


t 34,411.63 


% 5,816.06 


i 40,227.71 







SUPREME COURT REPORTS, SALE OF. 

Received on above account as follows 



December, 1915. 

J. Brjan Grimes. Secretary of State.. 



January, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



February, 1916. 
J. Brjan Grimes, Secretary of Slate. 



March, 1918. 
J. Brjan Grimes, Secretarj' of State.. 



April. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 



May, 1916. 
J. Brj'an Grimes, Secretary of State. 



June. 1916. 
J. Br>'an Grimes, Secretarj' of State. 



July, 1916. 
J, Brj-anGn 



, Secretarj' of State. 



August, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



78 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 










SUPREME COURT REPORTS, SALE OF — Continued. 
September, 1916. 


S 


987.59 


S 






987.59 


October, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State.. 


s 


236.65 




236 .65 


November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State 


$ 


76.51 




76.51 




s 


21.23 


Total-. 


i 








SUSPENDED BANKS. 

Received on above account as follows: 
March, 1916. 


% 






21.23 


TELEGRAPH COMPANIES' PRIVILEGE TAX. 

Received on above account as follows; 
June. 1916. 


i 
% 


20.00 
7,550.24 

20.00 
7,545.24 


% 




Western Union Telegraph Co., for 1915 




October, 1916. 


7,570.24 








7,565.24 








% 


15,135.48 







TELEGRAPH COMPANIES PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows; 





General. 


Pensions. 


Total. 


August, 1916. 


J 229.06 
1.18 


$ 38.71 
.20 


; 


267.77 




269.15 






September, 1916. 


S 230.24 
2,129.99 


; 38.91 
360.00 


$ 


269.15 
2,489.99 






Totals.- . 


S 2,360.23 


$ 398.91 


t 


2,759.14 







1917] 



Document Xo. 5 



79 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES PROPERTY TAX. 

Received on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co., Woodland $ 

Lattimnre Telephone Co — - 

Cabin and Beulaville Telephone Co., Hallsville 

Pinnacle Telephone Co 

.'^iloam Telephone Co 



January, 1916. 

Big Creek Telephone Co., Westfield 

Siler City Light and Telephone Co 

Northwestern Telegraph and Telephone Co. , Townsville 

Wadesboro Telephone Co 

Garner Telephone Co.— - 

Severn Telephone Co _- 

Wingate Telephone Co 

Creen River Telephone Co., Rutherfordton. 

Pender Telephone Co., Burgaw 

Mount -Airy Telephone Co 

Aurora Telephone Co... 

Camden Telephone Co.. Belcross ,_. 

St. Pauls Telephone Co 

Mooresville Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co 

Pittsylvania-Caswell Telephone Co., Danville, Va 

Orange Telephone Co.. Blackwood 

Dennis Telephone Co., Salem Chapel _. 

Currituck Telephone Co., Poplar Branch 

Newland Telephone Co 

Prospect Telephi 
Prospect Telcph 
Otter Creek Tcleph 

Williamston Telephone Co 

Mebar.e-Ridgeville Telephone Co., Prospect Hill 

Franklin Trlf phone and Electric Co 

Hanby's Crerk Telephone Co., Thomasville 

Inter-cour.ty Telephone Co 

Farm(n» Mutual TeUphone Co., Garyeburg 



February, 1916. 

Fcrett Cily Telephone Co..._ 

Pink Hill Telephone Co., Kinston 

Hyde County Telephone Co.. Belhaven 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co., Belhaven. 



■ Co., High Point 

! Co., High Point (1914)., 
, Union Mills 



Kther Rural Telepho 



!C0.. 



AprK, 1916. 
Bryson City Telephone Co... 

Raleigh Telephone Co 

Pleasant Hill Telephone Co.. 



General. Pensions. 





2.00 
4.00 



1.11 
3.32 



3. 87 
21.30 



13.83 
27.67 



19.37 
2.21 



5.53 
27.67 
3.45 
5.53 
9. 68 



.30 i 


1.52 


29.65 ) t 


204.51 


.80 


5.53 


.50 


3.45 


2.00 


13.83 


4.00 


27.67 



13.83 
1 .93 



80 



Document No. 5 



Statement D — -Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES' PROPERTY TAX — Continued. 



May, 1916. 

Talin Telephone Co., Concord -. 

Hicks Telephone Co., Lasker 

Town Fork Telephone Co., Walnut Cove- 



July, 1916. 

Southern Investment Co., Washingto 
Rose Hill Telephone Co.._ 



August, 1916. 

Beh-itlere-Hcrtford Telephone Co.. ._ 

Home Telegraph and Telephone Co., Hei 

Bonlee Telephone Co., Goldston 

Caroleen and Henrietta Telephone Co 

Davidson Telephone Co., Welcome 

Farmers Rural Telephone Co 

Guilford Telephone Co 

Interurhan Telephone Co., Nashville 

Mocksville Telephone Co 

Mount Gilead Telephone and Electric Co 
North .State Telephone Co., High Point.. 

Pleasant Grove Telephone Co 

Coleridge Telephone Co 

Chowan and Roanoke Telephone Co 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co 

Lowerstone Telephone Co 

Morris Telephone Co , 

Piney Woods Telephone Co 

Pittsboro Telephone and Telegraph Co... 

Seattle Telephone Co 

Tyrrell County Telephone Co 

Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co. 

Seagrove Telephone Co 

Cane Creek Telephone Co 

Southeide Telephone Co 

Boiling Springs Telephone Co 

Ritch Fork Telephone Co 

Yanceyville Telephone Co 

Midway Telephone Co 

Riverside Telephone Co 

Cardenas Telephone Co 

Hicks Telephone Co 

Tulin Telephone Co 

Walkertown Telephone Co 

Cherry Mountain Rural Telephone Co.... 

Horton Telephone Co 

Cullowhec Telephone and Power Co 

Rock Ridge Telephone Co 

Currituck Telephone Co.. 

Fremont Telephone Co 

Cooleemee Telephone Co 

- Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co.... 



2.25 
3.55 
1.77 



2.37 
7.10 



5.91 


823.33 


5.91 


4.73 


.47 


.47 


4.73 


1.41 


2.95 


5.91 


54.43 


.47 


5.91 


10.64 


7.09 


3.54 


9.46 


.70 


1.18 


.70 


5.91 


3.54 


1.89 


3.64 


4.26 


2.48 


.70 


.70 


5.91 


3.90 


8.63 


3.54 


1.89 


1.18 


1.18 


14.19 


.94 


1.77 


8.28 


8.28 


3.54 


473.33 



l.OD 

140.00 

1.00 



1.40 
1.40 



1917] 



DocrMENT Xo. 5 



81 



Statement D — Continued, 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES* PROPERTY TAX — continued. 



August, 1916. 
Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

CUo Telephone Co 

Spring Creek Telephone Co __. 

Pleasant Hill Telephone Co 

Pender Telephone Co 

TjTO Telephone Co 

Chowan Telephone Co 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Forest City Telephone Co 

Kemersville Telephone Co 

United Telephone Co 

Fairmont Telephone Co 

Shoals Telephone Co 

Cherryfield-Rosman Telephone Co 

Mebane-Ridgeville Telephone Co 

Bethlehem Telephone Co 

Southern .\lamanee Telephone Co 

Paw Creek Telephone Co 

Harrisburg Telephone Co 

Knotts Island Telephone Co 

Hallsville Telephone Co 

Brown Summit Telephone Co 

Lee Telephone Co 

Thomasville Telephone Co 

Monroe Telephone Co 

Teacheys Dell Telephone Co... 



September, 1916. 

Sampson Telephone Co., Salemburg 

Andrews Telephone Co 

Harmony Telephone Co 

CUflside Telephone Co 

Otter Creek Telephone Co 

Northern C.ranville Telephone Co., Virgilina 

Polk County Telephone Co., Tr>-on-.. 

Deep River Telephone Co., High Point 

Troy Telephone and Electric Co., Asheboro 

Rural Telephone Co., Rural Hall 

Falling Creek Telephone Co., Goldsboro 

Yeopin Telephone Co., Edcnton 

International Telephone Co., Leaksville 

Denton Telephone Co _ 

Cooperative Telephone Co., Carthage 

Leicester Telephone Co 

Huntersville Telephone Co 

Granite Telephone Co., Granit* Falls. 

City Telephone Co. (Intercounty), Southern Pines 

Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

Elizabeth City 

Albemarle Telephone Co 

Nash Telephone Co., Battleboro 

Surry and Carroll Telephone Co., Mount Aiiy 



3,48Q.89 
2.76 
1.38 




6— Part I— 1916 



82 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHOXE COMPANIES* PROPERTY TAX — COuHnued. 



September, 1916. 

Goodwill Telephone Co., Belews Creek _ 

Rocky Creek Telephone Co., Oljn 

Severn Telephone Co 

Concord Telephone Co 

Iredell Telephone Co., Statesvillc 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co., Woodland 

Wingate Telephone Co 

East Bend Telephone Co 

Chapel HiU Telephone Co 

Marion Telephone Co 

Laurel Telephone Co., Marshall 

Wallace Telephone Co 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., Durham.. 

Hambys Creek Telephone Co., ThomasviUe 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., Gastonia.. 

Gaston County Rural Telephone Co., Dallas 

Morehead City Telephone Co 

Selma Telephone Co 

Pinnacle Telephone Co._ 

EUenboro Telephone Co 

Lexington Telephone Co 

Aurora Telephone Co 

Dennis Telephone Co., Salem Chapel 



:o., Claj-ton.._ 

Co., Bayboro ^--_ 

11 Telephone Co., Danville, Va 



October, 1916. 
Archer Telephoi 
Pamlico Teleph^ 
Pittsylvania-Ca 

Saluda Telephone Co 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co., Clemmons— 

South Yadkin Telephone Co., Hiddenite 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., Tarboro. 

Farmers Mutual Telephone Co., Garysburg 

Orinoco Telephone Co., High Point _ 

Roseboro and Fayetteville Telephone Co 

Amity Telephone Co., Statesville 

Prospect Telephone Co 

Garner Telephone Co 

Warfas Telephone Co., Halifax 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co 

Forest C'ity-Rutherfordton Riu-al Telephone Co.- 

Independent Telephone Co., Lexington 

Murphy Light and Power Co _. 

Sedgefield Telephone Co., Greensboro 

Gibsonville Telephone Co 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co - 

Green River Telephone Co., Rutherfordton 

North Buncombe Telephone Co., Democrat 

Mooresville Telephone Co 

Cabin and Beulaville Telephone Co., Hallsville.. 

Liberty Telephone Co - 

Big Creek Telephone Co ., Francisco 



.94 
1.18 
16.56 
70.99 
10.64 j 
4.73 I 
.94 i 
9.46 
7.09 
1.18 
7.09 
165.66 
.47 
260.33 



1.18 
16,56 
2.93 



2.36 


828.33 


1.18 


.94 


2.36 


1.18 


.28 


1.18 


3.54 


28.39 


2.36 



14.19 
.47 
1.18 

18.69 
2.83 
3.54 

11.83 



1.20 
28.00 



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Document Wo. 5 



83 



STATBaiENT D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES* PROPERTY TAX — continued. 



October, 1916. 

Wadesboro Telephone Co 

Franklin Telephone and Electric Co... 

Onslow Telephone Co 

Bertie Telephone Co.. Powellsville 

Clayton Telephone Co... _. 

Newland Telephone Co 

Sharon Rural Telephone Co.. Shelby. 
Jackson Telephone Co., Waj-nesville._ 
Consolidated Telephone Co .. Garland 

Randleman Telephone Co 

Asheboro Telephone Co 

November, 1916. 

Williamston Telephone Co.. 

Siler City Light and Telephone Co — 

Lattimore Telephone Co 

,St. Pauls Telephone Co ._ 

Pink Hill Telephone Co., Kinston 

Totals 



20.11 
5.91 

23.67 
3.54 
8.28 
2.36 
1.18 ; 



14.19 
28.39 



8.28 
1.41 



1.00 
2.00 



23.51 
6.91 

27.67 
4.14 
9.68 
2.76 
1.38 
.41 

11.06 
6.91 

13.83 



16.59 
33.19 
1.10 



t 7,192.14 S 1,215.82 S 8,407.96 



TELEPHONE COMPAXIE6, TAX ON RECEIPTS. 

Received on above account as follows: 

.30, 1915-- - S 



December, 1915. 

-M'jrehead City Telephone Co., quarter ending X 



January, 1916. 
Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., Gastonia, quarter ending 

Dec. 31. 1015 - S 

Mount f ;ilcad Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Clio Telfplj..ii.; Co., StatesWlle, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915. 

Liberty Telephone Co., quarter ending December 31, 1915 

Riverside Telephone Co., Rarnseur, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 — 

Morris Telephone Co., Roxboro, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

GibsonviUe Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Belvidcre-Hertford Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Marion Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Midway Telephone Co., \Vin8ton-.Salein, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915., 
Farmers Qiuckstep Telephone Co., King, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915. 

Southern .\lamance Telephone Co., quarter ending Dee. 31, 1915 

Ix)wor8tone Telephone Co., Rockwell, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Pender Telephone Co., Burgaw, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Andrews Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Washington-Hyde County Telephone Co., Belbaven, quarter ending 

Dec. 31. 1915 

Hyde County Telephone Co., Belhaven, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915-i 
Mooreeville Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 ' 



93.78 I 
3.49 
.55 
2.50 
2.23 
4 .73 
3.66 
1.04 
4.05 



1.53 
4.37 
2.48 

4.84 
1.00 
6.78 



84 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, TAX ON RECEIPTS — continued. 

January. 1916. 


$ 4.57 
4.78 
4.93 

119.18 

.70 

.38 

.30 

4.80 

46.75 
8.52 
5.73 
.09 
.62 
2.32 
2.33 
66.34 
7.96 

65.72 

239.26 
23.79 
20.11 
2.60 
6.35 
.47 
.93 
2.61 
27.17 
1.39 
1.77 
32,11 




Chapel Hill Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 




Canton Electric and Telephone Co., quarter ending Dee. 31, 1915 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York, quarter ending 
Dec. 31, 1915 




Davidson Telephone Co., Welcome, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Cooperative Telephone Co., Carthage, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Farmers Telephone Co., Summerfield, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 




Norfolk -Carolina Telephone Co., Elizabeth City, quarter ending Dec. 
31, 1915 








Rutherfordton Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Green River Telephone Co ., Rutherfordton , quarter ending De. 31 , 1915- 
Cane Creek Telephone Co., Saxapahaw, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915— 
Cardenas Telephone Co., Walthall, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915- 




North State Telephone Co., High Point, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915- 
International Telephone Co., Leaksville, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915.. 
Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., Durham, quarter ending 
Dec. 31, 1915 




Home Telephone and Telegraph Co., Henderson, quarter ending 
Dec. 31, 1915 








Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co., Woodland, quarter end. Dec. 31, 1915- 
Polk County Telephone Co., Tryon, quarter ending Dec. 31. 1915 




Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

GoodwiU Telephone Co., Belews Creek, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915..- 
















Wadesboro Telephone Co., year ending Dec. 31. 1915 


$ S46.13 


February, 1916. 


$ 1.50 
7.73 
.65 
.05 
.60 
.20 
2.05 

226.77 
6.24 
26.12 
15.48 
11.98 
1.69 






Forest City-Rutherfordton Telephone Co., quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915- 




Bertie Telephone Co., Powellsville, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 .- 

Hallsville Telephone Co.. Rose Hill, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Merchants Telephone Co., Middlesex, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., Tarboro, quarter ending 
Dec. 31, 1915-- - 








Steele Creek Telephone Co., Charlotte, year ending Jan. 31, 1916 








Pink Hill Telephone Co., Kinston, Year ending Dec. 31, 1915 








March. 1916 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., Atlanta, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1915 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter ending Dec. 31 , 1915- - 


i 5,465.54 

142 .21 

2.45 

31.62 










5,641.82 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



85 



Statement D — Covtinued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, TAX ON RECEIPTS — continued. 

April, 1916. 
Liberty Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

North .State Telephone Co.. High Point, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916. 
Southern Alamance Tel. Co., Siler City, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916. 

Fremont Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Cliffside Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Mount Gilead Tel. and Elec. Light Co., quarter ending Mar. 31., 1916.. 

Morris Telephone Co., Roxboro, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Midway Telephone Co.. Winston-Salem, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916.. 

Lowerstone Telephone Co., Rockwell, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

GibsonWlle Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Riverside Telephone Co., Ramseur, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Piedmont Telephone Co.. Gastonia, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Pender Telephone Co., Burgaw, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Farmers Quickstep Telephone Co., King, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916. 

Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co., Belhaven, quarter end- 
ing Mar. 31, 1916 

Hyde County Telephone Co., Belhaven, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Moores\-ille Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31. 1916 

Davitlgon Telephone Co., Welcome, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., Durham, quarter ending 

Mar. 31, 1916 , 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York, quarter ending 

Mar. 31, 1916 

Cardenas Telephone Co., Walthall, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Cane Creek Telephone Co., Saxapahaw, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916. 
Norfolk and Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., Elizabeth City, 

quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

' howan Telephone Co., Edenton, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

N'orwood Electric and Water Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Otter Creek Telephone Co., Union Mills, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916.. 
Roanoke-Chowan Tel. Co., Woodland, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916.... 

East Bend Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Denton Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916... 

International Telephone Co.. Leakeville, quarter ending Mar. 31. 1916. 

Polk County Telephone Co., Tryon, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Andrews Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Cla>ton Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Muddy Creek Tel. Co., Clemmons. quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Rutherfordton Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31. 1916. 

Green River Tel. Co., Rutherfordton, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 



May. 1916. 

Goodwill Telephone Co., Stokesdale, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Bertie Telephone Co., PoweUsville, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916. 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., Tarboro, quarter ending 

Dec. 31, I9I6 

Iredell Telephone Co., Stalesville, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Belvidere-Hertford Tel. Co., Hertford, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916... 

Cho Telephone Co., Statesville, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916.. 

Marion Telephone Co., quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916 

Cooperative Telephone Co., Carthage, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1916.... 



2.75 
36.34 



2.33 
3.59 
5.61 



90.86 
2.80 



4.37 
1.31 

5.72 



1.71 
9.97 
4.20 
2.57 




86 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES, TAX ON RECEIPTS — continued, 

June, 1916. 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., Atlanta, quarter ending Mar.J 

31, 1916.— - - 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., Atlanta, quarter ending 

Mar. 31, 1916 

Leicester Telephone Co., year ending May 31, 1916 



July. 1916. 
Riverside Telephone Co., Ramseur, quarter ending June 30, 1916... 

Fremont Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Davidson Telephone Co., Welcome, quarter ending June 30, 1916.-. 

Mount Gilead Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Morris Telephone Co., Ro.\boro. quarter ending June 30, 1916. 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co., Gastonia, quarter ending 

June 30, 1916 -- 

Gibsonville Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Pender Telephone Co., Burgaw. quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Coleridge Telephone Co., 6 months ending June 30, 1916 

Midway Telephone Co., Winston-Salem, quarter ending June 30. 1916.. 

Mooresville Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co.. Woodland, quarter end. June 30, 1916. 
Washington and Hyde County Telephone Co., Belhaven, quarter end- 
ing June 30, 1916 

Hyde County Tel. Co., Belhaven, quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Clayton Telephone Co.. quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Otter Creek Telephone Co., Union Mills, quarter ending June 30, 1916.. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York, quarter ending 

June 30, 1916 ._ 

Cane Creek Telephone Co., Saxapahaw, quarter ending June 30, 1916.. 

Cliffside Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Chowan Telephone Co., Edenton. quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Belvidere-Hertford Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

International Telephone Co., Leaksville, quarter ending June 30, 1916. 

Thomasville Telephone Co.. 6 months ending June 30, 1916 

Muddy Creek Telephone Co., Clemmons, quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Cardenas Telephone Co., Walthall, quarter ending June 30. 1916. 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co., Durham, quarter ending 

June 30, 1916 

North State Telephone Co., High Point, quarter ending June 30, 1916. 
Cooperative Telephone Co., Carthage, quarter ending June 30, 1916... 
Southern Alamance Tel. Co., .Siler City, quarter ending June 30, 1916. 

Marion Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Denton Telephone Co., quarter ending July 15, 1916 

Polk Telephone Co., Tryon, quarter ending June 30. 1916 



August, 1916. 

Norwood Electric and Water Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Bertie Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Goodwill Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

East Bend Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916.. 

Liberty Telephone Co., quarter ending June 30, 1916 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter end. June 30, 1916. 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter ending June 30. 1916.. 
Merchants Telephone Co., 6 months ending June 30, 1916 



5,759.84 
4.73 



2.14 
4.66 
.07 
3.01 
5.64 

95.62 
4.10 
2.36 
1.45 
.89 
7.49 



2.52 
.52 
4.94 
1.07 
7.15 
16.61 
.14 
2.13 



66.74 
34.94 



4.53 

7.02 
1.22 
3.52 



.40 

.72 

228 .32 

2.75 

5,611.51 

154 .65 

4.42 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



87 



Statement D — Continued. 



Z COMPANIES, TAX ON RECEIPTS — continued. 

• Co., quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 



September, 1916. 

Cliflsidc Telepho 



October, 1916. 

Riverside Telephone Co.. Ramseur. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Piedmont Telephone and Telegraph Co.. Gastonia. quarter ending 

Sept. 30. 1916- --- --- --- -- 

Otter Creek Telephone Co.. Sugar Hill, quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916.. 

Liberty Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept 30. 1916 

Clio Telephone Co.. StatesviUe. quarter ending .Sept. 30. 1916 

Chapel Hill Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30, 1916 

Fremont Telephone Co., quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Cardenas Telephone Co.. Walthall, quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

BeKidere-Hertford Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Roanoke-Chowan Telephone Co.. Woodland, quarter end. June 30. 1916 
Southern .Alamance Tel. Co.. Siler City, quarter ending .Sept. 30, 1916.. 
Lon-erstone Telephone Co., Gold Hill, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1916.... 

Pender Telephone Co., Burgaw, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1916 

Morris Telephone Co., Roxboro, quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 _._. 

Midway Telephone Co.. Winston-Salem, quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916. 

Snow Camp Mutual Telephone Co.. quarter ending .Sept. 30, 1916 

Clajton Telephone Co., quarter ending .Sept. 30. 1916 

Mooresville Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., New York, quarter ending 

Sept. 30. 1916 

Canton Electric and Telephone Co., quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Interstate Telephone and Telegraph Co.. Durham, quarter ending 

Sept. 30. 1916 - 

Marion Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Gibsonville Telephone Co.. quarter ending .Sept. 30. 1916 

Newland Telephone Co., quarter ending .Sept. 30. 1916 

Morehead City Telephone Co.. 11 months ending .Sept. 30. 1916 

Mount C;ilead Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Cane Creek Telephone Co.. Saxapahaw. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916-. 

Andrews Telephone Co.. quarter ending June 30. 1916 

International Telephone Co.. Leaksville. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 
Cooperative Telephone Co.. Carthage, quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 . 

Andrews Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30. 1916 

Chowan Telephone Co.. Edenton. quarter ending .Sept. 30. 1916 



November, 1916. 

Goodwill Telephone Co.. Stokesdale. quarter ending Sept. 30, 1916 t 

Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co.. quarter ending .Sept. 30, 1916. 

East Bend Telephone Co., quarter ending .Sept. 30, 1916 

Denton Telephone Co.. quarter ending Sept. 30, 1916 

Norwood Electric and Water Co., quarter ending .Sept. 30, 1916 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter end. Sept. 30, 1916 
Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., quarter ending Sept. .30, 1916- 



December, 1915. 
J Hryun Gril 



Received on above account as folio 
les. Secretary of State. 



January, 1916. 
J. Brj'an Grimes, .Secretary of .State. 




Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement D — Continued. 



TRADE MARK REGISTRATION FEES — continued. 

March, 1916. 
J. Brvan Grimes, Secretary of State 



April, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State., 



June, 1918. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



July, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State. 



August, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



September, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



October, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



November, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



89 



STATEMENT E— GENERAL FUND. 

Showing Detailed Disbursements of the Public Funds for the Twelve Months Endino 
November 30, 1916. 



ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

Paid on above account as follows 



December, 1915. 
L. W. Young, salarj', December.. 



January, 1916. 

L. W. Voung, salary, J; 



February, 1916. 
L. W. Young, salary, February. 



March. 1916. 

L. W. Young, salary. March., 



April, 1916. 
L. W. Y'oung, salary, .\pril.. 



May, 1916, 
L. \\ . Yovuig. salary. May. 



June, 1916. 
L. W. Y'oung, salary. June.. 



July. 1916. 

B. S. Royster. salarj-. July- 



August, 1916. 

B. S. Royster, salary. -August.. 



September, 1916. 

B. .S. Ro.vster, salar>', .September.. 



October, 1916. 

B. ,S. Royster, salary, October. 



November, 1916. 
B. S. Royster, salary, November.. 



agricultural DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follow; 
December, 1915. 
B. R. I.af-y, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 



January, 1916. 
B. R. Lucy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 

February, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax., 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax.. 




$ 5,199.37 
4,893 .86 
12,426.54 



t 14.116.34 

4,369.40 
11.796.98 



90 



Document 'So. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



AGRICULTDRAL DEPARTMENT — Continued. 

March, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasvirer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

April, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax... 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

July, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, fi officio, tonnage tax 

August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

September, 1918. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B, R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

November, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer, ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, tonnage tax 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, tonnage tax 

Total 



22,559.42 
18,349.04 
13,937.07 



$ 23,923.80 
24,205.72 



10,910.85 
4,665,89 
5,577.11 



9,884.46 
3,346.45 



t 5,416.81 
11,156.01 
3,791.82 



1,594.16 
7,902.64 
6,783.81 



$ 5,846.42 
3,914.45 
8,649.08 
3,072.54 
1,438.50 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

Catawba Fair Association, appropriation, 1915 -: $ 100.00 

W. D. Hood, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Kinston Fair .\ssociation . _ 100.00 

E. L. McKee, treasurer, appropriation 1915, Jackson County Fair Assn.. j 100.00 

J. M. Peterson, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Toe River Fair .\ssn 100.00 

G. Daniel, secretary, appropriation, 1915, Central Carolina Fair .\ssn. , 100.00 

J. P. Gibbons, president, appropriation, 1915, Richmond County Fair 

Association : 100.00 : 

W. T. Yancey, treasurer, appiopriation, 1915, Granville County Fair 

Association ' 100.00 

W. M. Moore, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Charlotte, Fair Assn ; 100.00 

T. S. Ragsdale, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Johnston County Fair 

Association 100.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



91 



Statement K — Continued. 



AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES — continued, 
January, 1916. 
C. P. Robertson, appropriation, 1915, Rockingham County Fair Assn.. 
T. J. Lipfert. treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Forsj-th County Fair Assn.. 

February. 1916. 

8. P. Hatch, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Lee County Fair Assn 

H. \V. Courtney, treasurer, appropriation, 1915, Caldwell County Fair 
Association 



March, 1916. 

Clyde Eby, president, appropriatit 



. 1915, Eastern Carolina Fair Asi 



September, 1916. 
A. H. Fleming, secreta 
.Association 



t 100.00 
100.00 



appropriation, 1915, Franklin County Fa 



October, 1916. 
Horace Seiitell, secretary, appropriation 1916, HajTvood County Fair 

-Association 

P. D. Leonard, secretarj-, appropriation 1916, Davidson County Fair 

.Association 

C. B. Denson, treasurer, annual appropriation. 



November, 1916. 
Berrj* O'Kelly, president, appropriation 1916, Industrial .Association... 
C. P. Robertson, treasurer, appropriation 1916, Rockingham County 

Fair .Association 

William James, secretary, appropriation. People's Agricultural (Rowan 

County) Fair .Association 

W. D. Hood, treasurer, appropriation, Kinston Fair Association 



APPALACHIAN' TRAI.N'ING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
.Appalachian Training School, appropriation for support 



100.00 
100.00 



100.00 
1,500.00 



S 500.00 
100.00 



100.00 
100.00 



March, 1916. 
B. H. Dougherty, superintendent, appropriation 1916 1 t 5,000.00 



June, 1916. 
B. R. Dougherty, superintendent, appropriation 1916 $ 1,000.00 



August, 1916. : 

B. R. Dougherty, superintendent, part appropriation 1916 I % 4,000.00 



November, 1916. 
W. C. Coffey, treasurer, balance appropriation 1916.. 



APPROPRIATION FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
Clerk .Superior Court, Davie County, for W. M. Barnes.. 
Clerk Superior Court, Iredell County, for M. P. Beard. .. 
Clerk Suj)erior Court. Cherokee County, for Moses Hall. 



t 120.00 

120.00 
120.00 



5,000.00 
5,000.00 
1,000.00 



92 



Document ISTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS — Continued. 

December, 1915. 

Clerk Superior Court, Henderson County, for J. W. A. Reavis 

Clerk Superior Court, Jolinston County, for J. J. Tiner 

Clerk Superior Court, Lincoln County, for George Guess 

Clerk iSuperior Court, Madison County, for A. W. Ingle 

Clerk .Superior Court, Madison County, for Alien Buckner.. 

Clerk Superior Court, Randolph County, for Henry Garner 

Clerk Superior Court, Rutherford County, for Crayton Padgett 

Clerk .Superior Court, Harnett County, for John Giles 

Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County, for David Watts 

Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County, for J. F. Duncan 

Clerk Superior Court, Bladen County, for Arthur Core 

Clerk Superior Court, Burke County, for N. A. Adams _. 

Clerk Superior Court, Rowan County, for Greenberry Gaither and 

S. J. Shinn 

Clerk Superior Court, Davidson County, for P. N. Bodeuhammer 

Clerk Superior Court, Yadkin County, for .Mbert M. Overby 

Clerk Superior Court, Gaston County, for Marcus Aderholdt and 

H. A. Torrence 

Clerk Superior Court, Brunswick County, for A. K. McKeithan and 

Joel R.Ward 

Clerk Superior Court, McDowell County, for S. H. Curtis 

Clerk .Superior Court, Randolph County, for I. P. McPherson 

Clerk Superior Court, Alamance County, for Samuel >S. Thompson 

and Henry Workman 

Clerk Superior Court, Beaufort County, for J. Wiley Alligood and 

John W. Selby 

Clerk Superior Court, Swain County, for W. J. DeHart and J. S. Herrill 
Clerk Superior Court, Rutherford County, for J. B. Moore and John 

White... 

Clerk Superior Court, Madison County, for Job Freeman, Hiram E. 

Hillifield, John Rector, Sr., and S. J. Sexton 

Clerk Superior Court, New Hanover County, for J. J. Shepard 

Clerk Superior Court, Davidson County, for A. W. Hunt 

Clerk Superior Court, Wayne County, for Mathew Jinnett.-. 

Clerk Superior Court, Burke County, for Ambrose Bowman 

Clerk Superior Court, Madison County, for Joe Waldrup.. 

Clerk Superior Court, Johnston County, for J. F. Myers, A. Creech, 

and T. A. Johnson 

Clerk Superior Court, Lincoln County, for John S. Lawing 

Clerk Superior Court, Sampson County, for J. T. Gregory 

Clerk Superior Court, Wake County, for Benjamin LjTich 

Clerk Superior Court, Bladen County, for Ralsey Edwards 

Clerk Superior Court, Anson County, for G. W. Gulledge and T. H. 

Lewis 

Clerk Superior Court, Pamlico County, for Noah W. Ireland .., 

Clerk Superior Court, Guilford County, for J. M. Hunt, Peter Fields, 

T. V. Coleman, A. W. Kirkman, D. E. White, and J. Simpson 

Clerk .Superior Court, Montgomery County, for John M. Fox 

Clerk Superior Court, Sampson County, for Hardy Brewington 

Clerk Superior Court, Duplin County, for Thomas Garvey 

Clerk Superior Court, Robeson County, for J. W. Wilkins and D. R. 

Connor 

Clerk Superior Court, Surry County, for Levi Payne _ 

Clerk Superior Court, Ashe County, for J. C. Gentry... 

Clerk Superior Court, Edgecombe County, for John Hardy.. 

Clerk Superior Court, Nash County, for Isaac Pope 

Clerk Superior Court, Forsj'th County, for J. P. Adams and Henderson 

Whitt 



120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 

240 .00 
120 .00 
120.00 



240 .00 
120.00 



240.00 
240 .00 

240.00 

4S0.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120 .00 
120.00 
120 .00 

360.00 
120.00 
120 .00 
120.00 
120.00 

240 .00 
120,00 

720 .00 
120 .00 
120.00 
120.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120.00 
120 .00 

240 00 



1917] 



Document ISTo. 5 



93 



Statement EJ — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR DISABLED SOLDIERS— COn(inu«d. 

'December, 1915. 

Clerk Superior Court, Jackson County, for Leander Green and Levi 


i 


240.00 
120.00 

240.00 
120.00 

240.00 








Clerk Superior Court, Durham County, for William Obriant and 




Clerk Superior Court, Cleveland County, for Sidney H. Crawford 

Clerk Superior Court, Transylvania County, for F. L. D. Thomas and 






$ 9,240.00 


January, 1916. 


i 


120.00 
120.00 

240.00 
120.00 
120.00 
240.00 
120.00 
120 .00 






Clerk Superior Court, Buncombe County, for T. L. Willis and J. W. 












Clerk Superior Court, Wilson County, for T. J. Moore and J. T. Tyndell, 










1,200.00 


February, 1916. 




120.00 
120.00 








240.00 


March, 1916. 




120.00 




120.00 


April, 1916. 




120.00 
120.00 
88.00 
120.00 
120.00 




















568.00 


May, 1916. 




120.00 
120.00 








240.00 


June, 1916. 




120.00 




120.00 


July. 1916. 




120.00 




120.00 


August, 1916. 




120.00 
120.00 
120.00 












360.(1' 






120.00 
120.00 








240.01) 


October, 1916. 




120.00 




120.00 








Toul 


t 12,568.00 







94 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS. 



Paid county treasurers as follows: 
February, 1916. 

A. A. Deal, Alexander County, Stony Point 

A. A. Deal Alexander County, Taylorsville 

R. E,. Crawford. Fors>-th County, Bethania 

R. R. Crawford. Forsyth County, Kernersville 

R. R. Crawford, Fors>-th County, Lewisville... _. 

R. R. Crawford, Fors>'th County, Walltertown 

J. T. Sheek, Davie County, Cooleemee 

J. T. Sheek, Davie County , Farmington 

C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County , Ronda 

C. H. Feriruson, Wilkes County, Wilkesboro 

A. L. Holmes, Washington County, Creswell 

A. L. Holraes, Washington County. Roper ^... 

A. L. Walker. TjTrell County. Columbia 

A. L. Walker. Tyrrell County. Scuppernong 

W. B. Carringer. Swain County, Almond 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County, Brysou City 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County, Dobson 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County, Pilot Mountain __. 

R. N. Furr, Stanly County, New London 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County, China Grove... 

J, C. Kesler, Rowan County, Mount Ulla 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County, Woodleaf 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County, Madison 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County, RufEn 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County, Stoneville 

R. L. McDonald, Richmond County, Hoffman 

R. L. McDonald, Richmond County, Roberdel 

W. B. Wilson, Pitt County. Bethel- 

W. B. Wilson, Pitt County, Farmville 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County. Jacksonville 

Bank of Onslow. Onslow County. Richlands 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County. Biscoe 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County. Troy - 

G. B. Goodson. Lincoln County. Crouse 

G. B. Goodson. Lincoln County. Denver. 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County, LaGrange 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County, Benson 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County, Kenly 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County, Wilson's Mills 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County, HendersonviUe 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County, Mills River 

B. F. Williams, Angler High School 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County, Jamestown 

G. H. McKinney. Guilford County. Montieello 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County, Pleasant Garden.. 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County. Summerfield 

H. J. Robards. Granville County. Creedmoor _. 

H. J. Robards. Granville County. Knap of Reeds 

H. J. Robards. Granville County. Stem 

R. T. Savage. Gates County. Gatesville... 

R. T. Savage, Gates County, Reynoldson 

R. T. Savage, Gates Coimty, Sunbury 

Carl Finger, Gaston County, Belmont 

Carl Finger, Gaston County, CherryviUe.. _ 

Carl Finger. Gaston County, Dallas 



500.00 
450.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
400.00 
250.00 
200.00 
200.00 
500.00 
350.00 
350.00 
250.00 
200.00 
350.00 
250.00 
350.00 
450.00 
300,00 
500.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
400.00 
250.00 
250 .00 
400.00 
500.00 
500.00 
400.00 
400.00 
500.00 
500.00 
350.00 
350.00 
500.00 
500.00 
600.00 
250.00 
500.00 
200.00 
375.00 
600.00 
400.00 
500.00 
250.00 
600.00 
200.00 
250.00 
400.00 
300.00 
200.00 
375.00 
37.= 00 
600.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



95 



Statement E2 — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS — continued, 

February. 1916. 


$ 250.00 
450.00 
500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
500.00 
200.00 
200.00 
200.00 
300.00 
300.00 
300.00 
200.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 
500.00 
300.00 
500.00 
250.00 
250.00 
250.00 
500.00 
200.00 
200.00 
300.00 
250.00 
500.00 
200.00 
250.00 
200.00 
300.00 
500.00 
450.00 
400.00 
400.00 
300.00 
200.00 
250.00 
350.00 
250.00 
200.00 
300.00 
400.00 
300.00 
250.00 
500.00 
250.00 
200.00 
500.00 
275.00 
300.00 
250.00 
250.00 
400.00 
250.00 

1 300.00 




























D. Gaster, Cumberland County, Godwin 

D. Gaster, Cumberland County, Stedman 

R. Stroup. Cleveland County, Fallston 

R. Stroup, Cleveland County, Grover 




















A W Trcxler, Glen Alpine HiEh School 
















































S. H. Gaddy, Anaon County, Polkton 




















































E. L, Steele, Caldwell County, Oak Hill... 
















































J. E. Bowers, Halifax County, Enfield . ... 












W. J. McCraney, Hoke County, Antioch 





Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOB PUBLIC HIGH BCHOOI.S— continued . 

February, 1916. 


$ 600.00 
350.00 
250.00 
300.00 
600.00 
600.00 
500.00 
250.00 
500.00 
300.00 
300.00 








W. R. Sloan, Iredell County, Scotts 






































$ 41,800.00 


Mansh, 1916. 


S 500.00 
500.00 
450.00 
200.00 
250.00 
600.00 
500.00 
500.00 
400.00 
250.00 
400.00 
600.00 
400.00 
500.00 
500.00 
200.00 
200.00 
600.00 
200.00 
250.00 
300.00 
300.00 
200.00 
200.00 
600.00 
250.00 
360.00 
225.00 
500.00 
500.00 
250.00 
200.00 
260.00 
300.00 






















































































J. N. Taylor, Nash County, Castalia 








J. N. Taylor, Nash County, Red Oak 




J. N. Taylor, Nash County, Whitakers... 
























W. H. Wester, Vance County, Kittrell 














12,035.00 


April, 1916. 


t 250.00 
600.00 
450.00 
500.00 
400.00 
200.00 
600.00 
500.00 


























John R. Sawyer, Camden County, South Mills 





1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



97 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATIONS FOR PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS — continued, 

April. 1916. 

J. H. VonCannon, Averj' County, Elk Park 

J. H. VonCannon, Averj- County, Ncwland 

C. D. Taylor, Wayne County, FallinE Creek 

C. D. Taylor, Wayne County, Pikeville.... 

C. D. Taylor, Wayne County, Seven Springs 

W. F. Long, Person County, Bethel Hill.... 

W. F. Long, Person County. Bushy Fork 

P. B. Griffin, Franklin County, Bunn 

P. B. Griffin, Franklin County, Louisburg 

W. H. Hawkins. McDowell County. Marion 

W. H. Hawkins. McDowell County. Nebo 



May, 1916. 

W. J. Bennett. Yancey County, Bald Creek ' $ 

W. S. Terrell. Warren County, Macon 



W'. S. Terrell, Warren County, Wi 
Farmers and Merchants Bank, I': 
Farmers and Merchants Bank, V 
Farmers and Merchants Bank, L': 

L. C. Phillips. Randolph County. Farmer 

L. C. PbiMips, Randolph County. Liberty. 

L. C. Philhps, Randolph County, Trinity 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County, Carthage. 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County, Eureka 

C. D. Carstarphen, Martin County. Rohersonville 
C. D. Carstarphen, Martin County. Williamston... 

Charles Brinn, Hyde County, Sladesville 

Charles Brinn. Hyde County, Swan Quarter 

B. F. Eagles, Edgecombe County, Battleboro 

B. F. Eagles, Edgecombe County, Macclesfield 

B. F, Eagles, Edgecombe County, Tarboro ._ 

Jones R. Smith, Duplin County, Teacheys 

B, B. Hurst, Craven County, Dover. 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County, Vaneeboro 

Thomas Thomas, Carteret County, Atlantic 

Farmers Bank, Seaboard High School District 

A. J. Thompson, Alamance County. Friendship... 

A. J. Thompson. Alamance County, Hawfields 

A. J. Thompson, Alamance County, .Sylvan 



County. Marshville 

County, L'nionville 

County. Wesley Chapel.. 



June, 1916. 

Jones R. Smith. Duplin County, Warsaw 

J. W. Stinaon. Mecklenburg County, Pineville 

J. W. .Stinson, Mecklenburg County, Matthews 

J. W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County. Hunteraville.. 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County. King _ 

J. A. Fogg. Stokes County. Pinnacle 

J. A. Fogg. Stokes County. Walnut Cove 

J. C. Bell. Bertie County, Lewiston 

W. F. Hughes, Mitchell County, Spruce Pine 

W. B. Carrier, Swain County, Br>son City 

R. N. Furr, Stanly County, New London 

Farmers Bank, Northampton, Severn 



300.00 
250.00 
400.00 
600.00 
400.00 
250.00 
250.00 
400.00 
100.00 
500.00 
500.00 



500.00 
250.00 
300.00 
400.00 
400.00 
300.00 
350.00 
400.00 
400.00 
350.00 
350.00 
350.00 
350.00 
200.00 
250.00 
350.00 
200.00 
500.00 
500.00 
400.00 
400.00 
500.00 
350.00 
200.00 
200.00 
300.00 



500.00 
400.00 
500.00 
600.00 
250.00 
200.00 
300.00 
100.00 
100.00 
250.00 
50.00 
200.00 



7-Part I— 191« 



98 



Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

Paid countj' treasurers as follows: 
January, 1916. 

A. J. Thompson, Alamance County 

A. A. Deal, Alexander County,,. 

A. F. Reeves, Alleghany County 

S. H. Gaddy, Anson County _, 

J. M. Morphew, Ashe County 

J. H. VonCannon, Avery County , ,_ 

E. R. Mixon, Beaufort County 

J. C. Bell. Bertie County 

A. McA. Council, Bladen County,,, , 

C. A. Russ, Brunswick County ,, 

J. Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County 

W. B. Berry, Burke County 

J. H. Dorton, Cabarrus County 

E. L. Steele, Caldwell County 

J. R. Sawyer, Camden County 

Thomas Thomas, Carteret County 

J. A. Lea, Caswell County 

W. A. Reinhardt, Catawba County,, , ,, 

L. T. Lijne, Chatham County 

W. E. Howell. Cherokee County , , 

T. E. White. Chowan County 

J. Penland, Clay County __ 

Rush Stroup, Cleveland County 

T. E. Bardin, Columbus County 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County 

D. Gaster, Cumberland County 

J. W. Sanderlin, Currituck County 

E. L. Midgctt, Dare County 

George McCain, Davidson County 

J. T. Sheek, Davie County 

J. R. Smith, Duplin County 

S. Bowling. Durham County 

B. F. Eagles, Edgecombe County , ,, 

R. R. Crawford, Fors>-th County,, , ,' 

P. B. Griffin, Franklin County 

Carl Finger, Gaston County, 

R. T. .Savage, Gates County 

J. A. -\mmons, Graham County ,, 

H. J. Robards, Granville County 

C. C. Sugg. Greene County 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 

N. T. Patterson, Harnett County 

C. B. Atkinson, Ha>-wood County 

W. F, Brown, Henderson County 

A. E. Garrett, Hertford County 

W. J. McCraney, Hoke County ,,, 

Charles Brinn, Hyde County.,, , „ 

W. R. .Sloan, Iredell County, „ 

W. L. Cowan, Jackson County, ,., 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County 

J. R. W'estbrook, Jones County 

J. W. Knott, Lee County 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

G. B. Goodson, Lincoln County 

Alex. Moore, Macon County 



2, 984 .70 
1,307.05 

851 .35 
2,660.50 
2,152.52 
1.133.18 
3,018.73 
2,543.25 
2,003.10 
1,579.28 
5,777.30 
2,193.67 
2,936.45 
2,253.99 

641.00 
1,399.54 
1,630.94 
3,499.48 
2,318.65 
1,537.21 
1,177.11 

426.30 
3,256.94 
2,897.77 
2,663.28 
3,683.24 

877.65 

533 .65 
3,718.20 
1,340.45 
2,991.20 
4,122.22 
3,672.72 
5,754.40 
2,829.71 
4,420.45 
1,195.1 

494.05 
2,745.88 
1,535.97 
6,299.50 
4, 143 .57 
2,564.90 
2,355.77 
1.692 
1,593.82 



1.33 



886.32 
4,004.35 
1,514.93 
4,962 

995 .52 
1,306.43 
2,630.18 
2,023.83 
1,420.27 



19171 



Document No. 5 



99 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS — continued. 

Januaiy, 1916. 

C. F. Runnion. Madison County 

C. D. Carstarphen, Martin County 

W. H. Hawkins. McDowell County 

J. W. Stinson. Mecklenburg County 

W. F. Hughes. Mitchell County... 

G. W. Stuart. Montgomery County 

Bank of Pinehurst. Moore County... 

J. N. Taylor. Nash County 

J. .K. Orrell, Xew Hanover County 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County 

Bank of Onslow. Onslow County 

J. L. Brown. Orange County 

J. .\. Tingle. PamUco County 

J. P. Thompson. Pasquotank County 

W. R. .\tkinson, Pender County 

L. W. Xorman. Perquimans County.... 

W. F. Long. Person County 

W. B. Wilson. Pitt Cotmty 

W. B. Feagan, Polk County.. 

L. C. Phillips, Randolph County 

R. L. McDonald. Richmond County 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 

F. B. Kemp. Rockingham County 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County 

A. R. Yelton. Rutherford Coimty 

T. E. Owen. Sampson County 

W. D. McLaurin, Scotland County 

R. N. Furr. .Stanly County 

J. A. Fogg. Stokes County 

J. S. Patterson. Surry County 

W. B. Carringer. Swain County 

E. T. Raines. Transylvania County 

A. L. Walker. Tyrrell County... 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Union County 

W. H. Wester. Vance County 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County 

W. S. Terrell, Warren County 

A. L. Holmes. Washington County,, 

John Ward, Watauga County 

C. D. Taylor, Wayne County 

■ C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County, 

J. S. Thompson, Wilson County 

J. H. Dobbin, Yadkin County... 

W. J. Bennett, Yancey County... 

APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EQUALIZING FUND. 

Paid county treasurers as follows: 
March, 1916. 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County 

E. L. Midgett, Dare County 

A. McA. Council, Bladen Couinty 

J. A. Lea. Caswell County 

T. E. White. Chowan County 

C. C. Sugg, Greene County 

W. H. Hawkins, McDowell Coiinty 

R. N. Furr. Stanly County. 

E. L. Steele, Caldwell County 

Rush Stroup, Cleveland County 



1.573.40 
'.660.36 
,158.35 
:,"09.21 
1,422.29 
1,834.20 
1,617.18 
1,417.65 
,650.43 
,578.04 
,058.63 
,714.16 
,696.22 
,164.43 
,762.11 
1,187.50 
971 .39 
1,571.25 
1,430.64 
;,264.07 
(,944.65 
1,024.45 
1,098.85 
i, 102 .25 
1,781.60 
!,493.70 
!,238.84 
i. 485 .56 
1,079.36 
893.74 
540.45 
1,958.26 
M55.93 
r, 444. 12 
!,173.87 
1,144.94 
1,363.35 
i, 907 .21 
1,600.64 
1,646.13 
1,689.10 
1,555.46 



8,456.90 

3,329.55 

4,641.85 

2,897.45 

2,016.90 

2,549.25 

3,429.70 

3,417.40 

4,440.1 

7,104.95 



100 



Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EQUALIZING FUND — continue' 

April, 1916. 

H. J. Robards, Granville County. _. ._ 

Charles Brinn, Hyde County _ .-_ 

W. F. Hughes, Mitchell County 

A. McA. Council, Bladen County - 

E. L. Steelei Caldwell County - - -- 

T. E. White, Chowan County .._. -- -- 

J. A. Lea, Caswell County 

E. L. Midgett, Dare County 

C. C. Sugg, Greene County. -. 

W. H. Hawkins, McDowell County.. 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County 

R. N. Furr, Stanly County.. 

A. J. Thompson, Alamance County 

A. A. Deal, Alexander County. 

A. F. Reeves, Alleghany County 

S. H. Gaddy. Anson County 

J. M. Morphew, Ashe County 

J. H. Von Cannon, Avery County 

E. R. Mixon. Beaufort County. 

J. C. Bell, Bertie County 

C. A. Russ, Brunswick County 

J. Ed Brookshire, Buncombe County 

W. B. Berry, Burke County 

J. H. Dorton, Cabarrus County. 

J. R. Saw>-er, Camden County 

Thomas Thomas, Carteret County 

W. A. Rheinhardt, Catawba County 

L. T. Lane, Chatham County 

W. E. Howell, Cherokee County... 

James Penland, Clay County 

T. E. Bardin, Columbus County 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County 

D. Gaster, Cumberland County 

J. W. Sanderlin, Currituck County .- 

George McCain, Davidson County 

J. T. Sheek, Davie County 

Jones R. Smith, Duplin Coimty... .- .-- 

B. F. Eagles, Edgecombe County.. 

P. B. Griffin, Franklin County .- 

Carl Finger, Gaston County. 

R. T. Savage, Gates County 

J. A. Ammons, Graham County 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County... 

N, T. Patterson, Harnett County 

C. B. Atkinson, HajTv-ood County 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County 

A. E. Garrett, Hertford County 

W. J. McCraney, Hoke County. 

W. R. Sloan, Iredell County 

W. L. Cowan, Jackson County .- 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County... 

J. R. Westbrook, Jones County 

J. W, Knott, Lee County 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

G. B. Goodson, Lincoln County -. 

Alex Moore, Macon County.... 

C. F, Runn(on, Madison County. 

C, D. Carsdarphcn. Martin County 



5,314.40 

5,378.90 

4,080.40 

14.40 

13.80 

6.50 

9.15 

4.10 

8.10 

10.75 

25.55 

14.00 

5.181.05 

6,681.10 

3,6S0.68 

4,387.71 

11,204.90 

3,220.53 

6,757.00 

5,068.02 

3,558.52 

10,033.40 

3,615.05 

4,807.55 

1,605.45 

3,363.37 

6, 649 .34 

4,471 .i 

3,245.35 

698.90 

7,419.25 

3,633.70 

6, 162 .50 

2,898.90 

4,511.25 

2,968.05 

6,173.40 

4,188.35 

6,137.30 

8,474.15 

2,642.05 

1,045.40 

10,855.50 

5,429.15 

1,019.25 

3,589.90 

2,719.05 

1,996.15 

8,162.50 

5,706.55 

7,237.! 

2,167.10 

2,888.47 

3,548.95 

4,287.50 

2,675.50 

3,681.70 

1,674.10 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



101 



Statement E — Continued. 



lATIOS FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS, EQUALIZING FUND — continued. 

April. 1916. 

J. \V. Stinson. Mecklenburg County _ i 9,618.65 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomery County. 3,180.25 

Bank of Pinehurst. Moore County 5,1S6.60 

J. P. Thompson, Pasquotank County... 2,972.70 

A. R. Yelton, Rutherford County '. 6,201 .60 

J. N. Taylor, Xash County 3,779.S0 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County i 5,175.80 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County 3,938.45 

J. L. Brown, OranRe County 4,09r.33 

J. A. Tingle, Pamlico County 6,810.00 

W. R. Atkinson. Pender County 3,409.65 

L. W. Norman. Perquimans County 2,360.70 

W. F. Lone, Person County 3,491.80 

W. B. Wilson, Pitt Coimty 8,604.90 

C. n. Taylor, Waj-ne County 5,344.03 

W. B. Feat-an, Polk County 1,712 

W. H. Wester, Vance County. 4,118.10 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, Union County 7,796.) 

L. C. Phillips. Randolph County.. 5,199.05 

R. L. McDonald, Richmond County 4,482.65 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 8,011.40 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County 8,326.25 

T. E. Owen, Sampson County 6,500.95 

W. D. McLaurin, .Scotland County.. 1,078.70 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes County 4,800.95 

J. S. Patterson, Surry County 6,754.05 

W. B. Carringer, .Swain County '. 2,844.95 

E. T. Raines, Transylvania County 2,128.60 

A. L. Walker, T5TTell County ..[ 1,248.13 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County... I 12,397.80 \ 

W. S. Terrell, Warren County 3,969.20 I 

A. L. Holmes. Washington County [ 2,218.45 . 

John Ward, Watauga County 2,622.00 

C. H. Ferguson. Wilkes County j 10,290.20 

J. .S. Thompson, Wilson County ! 1,885.60 1 

J. H. Dobbins, Yadkin County 3,150.40 ' 

W. J. Bennett, Yancey County I 3,949.85 



APPBOPBIATION FOR RUR.VL LIBRARIES. 



Paid county treasurers as follows 
Dw«mber, 1915. 

P. B. GrifTm. I'ranklin County 

W. R. Sloan, Iredell County 

W. B. Wibon, Pitt County 

A. Thomas, Carteret County 

L. T. Lane, Chatham County 

R. Stroup, Cleveland County 

R. Stroup, Cleveland County 

J. T. .Shcck. Da\'ie County 

J. R. Smith. Duplin County 

8. Bowling, Durham County 

R. R. Crawford, Forsyth County , 

R. R. Crawford. Fors.vlh County 

C. C. Sugg. Greene County 

Bank of Pinehurst. Moore County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County 



10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 

5.00 

S.OO 
20.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 



102 



Document No. 5 



Statement B — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION I 

December. 1915. 

M. G. McKcnzie, Robeson County 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County 

F. B. Kemp. Rockingham County __. 

J. C. Kesler, Ronan County 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County 

W. D. McLaurin, Scotland County 

Farmers and Merchants Bank. Union County. 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County 

J. Ward, Watauga County 

W. E. Howell, Cherokee County 

S. Bowling, Dxu-ham County 

A. Moore, Macon County 

Farmers Bank, Northampton County 

W. R. Atkinson, Pender County.. 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 

T. E. Owen, Sampson County. 

W. B. Carringer, Swain County 

W. H. Wester, Vance County 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County 

J. C. Kesler, Rowan County 

J. W. Sanderlin, Ciurituck County 

J. H. VonCannon, Avery County. 

S. H. Gaddy, Anson County 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County 

L. C. Phillips, Randolph County 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 

C. C. Sugg, Greene County... 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

J. A. Orrell, New Hanover County 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 

F. B. Kemp, Rockingham County 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County ._. 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County 

W. R. Atkinson, Pender County 



LIBRARIES — continued. 



5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
15.00 
30.00 
16.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
15.00 
50.00 
35.00 
50.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.00 
15.00 
15.00 
10.00 
30.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 



February, 1916. 

A. F. Reeves, -Alleghany County 

S. H. Gaddy, .\nson County 

J. M. Morphew, Ashe County 

Alonzo Thomas, Carteret County 

L. T. Lane, Chatham County 

J. A. Lea, Caswell County.... 

Charles Brinn, Hyde County 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County 

W. L. Cowan, Jackson County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County 

J. W. Stinson, Mecklenbiug County 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomery County 

J. L. Brown, Orange County 

W. B. Wilson, Pitt County 

M. G. McKenzie, Robeson County 

T. E. Owen, Sampson County 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, L^nion County.. 

C. A. Russ, Brunswick County 

Rush Stroup. Cleveland County 

J. W'. SanderUn, Currituck County 

T. E. Bardin, Columbus County 

R. R. Crawford, Forsyth County 



15.00 
35.00 
15.00 
20.00 
15.00 
25.00 
20.00 
40.00 
15.00 
25.00 
60.00 
30.00 
20.00 
15.00 
15.00 
25.00 
45.00 
10.00 
30.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 



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103 



Statement B — Continued. 



APPROPRTATION FOR 

February, 1916. 
Gcortre MoCarn. Davidson County 

E. L. Midpett. Dare County.. 

Carl Finger. Gaston County : 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 

W. R. Sloan, Iredell County... 

N. T. Patterson. Harnett County 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

-\lex Moore, Maeon County 

J. .\. Orrell, New Hanover County 

J. N. Taylor. Xash County 

J. P. Thompson, Pasquotank County. 
.\ . R. Yelton, Rutherford County 

F. B. Kemp, Rorkingham County 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County 

W. J. Bennett. Yancey County 

J. A. Fogg. Stokes County 

A. L. Holmes, Washington County 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

J. A. Tingle. Pamlico County 

W. R. Atkinson. Pender County 

L. C. Phillips. Randolph County 

A. E. Garnett. Hertford County 

M. G. McKcnzie, Robeson County 

J. P. Thompson. Pasquotank County. 
J. P. Thompson, Pasquotank County. 



LIBRARIES — continued. 



40.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
15.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 



March. 1916. 
A. J. Thompson. Alamance County.. 
J. W. Sanderlin, Currituck County... 

P. E. Griffin, Franklin County. 

J. L. Brown, Orange County 

N. T. Patterson, Harnett County 

W. R. Sloan. Iredell County 

J. N. Taylor. Nash County. 

J. C. Kesler. Rowan County 

T. E. White, Chowan County 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 

G. B. Goodson, Lincoln County 

C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County ,, 

J. H. Dawson, Lenoir County 

J. A. Fogg, Stokes Countj' 

J. S. Patterson, Surr>' County _,. 

L. W. Norman. Perquimans County.. 

J. A. Tingle. Pamlico County 

_ J. L. Brown. Orange County 

Bank of Onslow. Onslow County 

W. A. Reinhardt, Catawba County... 
A. J. Thompson. Alamance County.. 

A. J. Thompson, .\lamance County.. 
J. A. Orrell, New Hanover County... 

B. B. Hurst, Craven County 

Bank of Onslow, Onslow County 

M. G. McKeniie, Robeson County.... 

James Penland, Clay County 

J. L. Brown, Orange County.. 

J. A. Tingle, Pamlico County 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County — 



5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



104 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATIOX FOR RtTRA! 

AprM, 1916. 

A. E. Garrett, Hertford County 

J. A. Orrell. New Hanover County. 
J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 



, LIBRARIES — continued. 



15.00 
5.00 
5.00 



May, 1916. 
A. J. Thompson, Alamance County.. 

E. L. Midgctt, Dare County. 

J. T. .Sheek, Davie County 

W.'J. McCraney, Hoke County 

Charles Brinn, Hyde County.. 

Alex Moore, Macon County 

W. S. Terrell, Warren County. 

W. R. .\tkinson. Pender County 

R. L. McDonald, Richmond County. 

C. D. Taylor, Waj-ne County 

H. R. Eason, Johnston County 

J. W. Knott, Lee County 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomery County... 
J. W. Stinson, Mecklenburg County.. 

J. E. Bowers, Halifax County 

H. J. Robards, Granville County 

Carl Finger, Gaston County 

J. M. Morphew, .\she County 



10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
50.00 

5.00 
15.00 
45.00 
15.00 
15.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 
10.00 

5.00 



June, 1916. 
Alex. Mo 



, Ma 



1 County- 



July, 1916. 

A. T. Reeves, .\lleghany County 

E. L. .Steele, Caldwell County 

W. E. Howell, Cherokee County 

E. L. Midgett, Dare County 

J. L. Brown, Orange County 

J. P. Thompson, Pasquotank County., 
C. H. Ferguson, Wilkes County 



10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



September, 1916. 

J. E. Brookshire, Buncombe County.. 

E. L. Midgett, Dare County.. 

C. Brinn, Hyde County 

W. H. Hawkins, McDowell County... 

W. F. Hughes, Mitchell County 

Thomas E. Owen, Sampson County.. 
X. F. Reeves, Alleghany County 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
5.00 
15.00 



October, 1916. 

A. A. Deal, Alexander Coimty 

J. M. Morphew, Ashe County 

J. R. Sawyer, Camden County _. 

T. E. Bardin, Columbus County 

R. R. Crawford, Forsyth County 

Alex. Moore, Macon County 

J. P. Thompson, Pasquotank County.. 

W. F. Long, Person County. 

R. T. -Savage, Gates County 

W. B. Feagan, Polk County 



10.00 
35.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
10.00 
10.00 
15.00 
40.00 



1917] 



Document !N"o. 5 



105 



Statement E — Continued. 



APPROPRIATION FOR RtTRAL LIBRARIES — continued. 

November, 1916. 

X. T. Patterson, Harnett County. 

J. Ed. Brookshire, Buncombe County 

L. C. Phillips. Randolph County _ ._ 

J. H, VonCannon, Avery County. 

A. Mc-^. Council. Bladen County. 

W. F. Brown, Henderson County 

T. E. Bardin, Columbus County 

C. F. Runnion. Madison County 

W. R. Sloan, Iredell County 

E. R. Mison, Beaufort County.... 

C. D. Taylor. Waj-ne County 

W. J. Bennett, Yancey County... 

Total 

' axtditob's department. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 
W. P. Wnod, State Auditor, salary, December. 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salarj', December 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, December.. 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary. December 

January, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, January 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, Januar>' 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salarj', January 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, January... 

February, 1916. 
\V. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, February.. 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, February 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salarj', February 

F, VV. Smith, pension clerk, salarj', February 

March. 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, March , 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. March 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salarj'. March 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, March 

April. 1916. 
W. P, Wood, State Auditor, salary, April 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, April 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, April 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, April 

May, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salarj*. May 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary. May , 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary. May 

F. \V. Smith, pension clerk, salary. May 

June, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary. June 

E. H. Baker, chief clerk, salary, June 

Baxter Durham, lax clerk, salary. June 

F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary. June 



5.00 
10.00 
5.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.00 
5.00 
5.00 





250.00 




166.74 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




106.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 




250.00 




166.66 




125.00 




100.00 



106 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



auditor's department — continued. 
July. 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, July 


S 250.00 
166.66 
100.00 














S 516.66 


August. 1916. 

Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, July 


$ 125.00 
250.00 
166.66 
125 .00 
100 .00 


W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, August. 












F. W. Smith, pension clerk, salary, August 






766.66 


September, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, September 


S 250.00 
166.66 
125.00 
100.00 






Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, September 










541.66 


October. 1916. 
\V. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, October 


$ 250.00 
166.66 
125.00 
100.00 






Baxter Durham, tax clerk, salary, October. 










641.66 


November, 1916. 
W. P. Wood, State Auditor, salary, November 


S 250 .00 
166.66 
125.00 
100.00 
















641.66 




$ 18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
30.00 


Total... 


$ 7,700.00 




auditor's department, contingencies. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 




Mildred Hall, clerical services.. 














$ 84.00 


January, 1916. 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., mileage book. 


S 40.00 
9.00 
18.00 


B. F. Dixon, services 




Mildred Hall, clerical services... 






67.00 


February, 1916. 

Mildred Hall, clerical services... . 


{ 12.00 
10.00 
5.00 
16.00 
18.00 


B. F. Dixon, services 




B. F. Dixon, services 




Mildred Hall, clerical services- 










61.00 


March. 1916 


$ 18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 






Mildred Hall, clerical services.. 










72.00 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



107 



Statement E — Continued, 



ArOITOR'S DEPARTMENT. CONTINGENCIES — continued 

April. 1916. 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

B. F. Dixon, serWces _- 

May, 1916. 

Mildrefl Hall, clerical services --- 

Mildred Hall, clerical services _ 

J. F. Mitchell, mileage book 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

June, 1916. 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services. 

Mildred Hall, clerical services _ _ 

July, 1916. 

MiMred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

August, 1916. 
Mildred Hall, clerical sen'ices 

September, 1916. 

Mihired Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical serWces _ 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services.. _ 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

October, 1916. 

Mil'irc'i Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical ser\*iceB 

Mildred Hall, clerical serWces 

Evelyn Hunt, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical ser\-ice8 

E. B. Hayncs. services, assisting tax clerk _ 

November, 1916. 

Kaleigli Ix-tter Writers, services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical ser^-ices 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Mildred Hall, clerical services 

Total 



AUDUBON SOCIETY. 

Paid on above account as follows 
ilance to credit this date 



May, 1916. 
U. A. Bro 



s 


18,00 




18.00 




35.00 


i 


18.00 




18.00 




20.00 




18.00 




18.00 


s 


18.00 




18.00 




18.00 




18.00 


s 


18.00 




18.00 



18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 



18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
9.00 
18.00 
21.25 



2.25 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 
18.00 



108 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



AUTOMOBILE FUND. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical services... 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Minnie Bagwell, salary, December 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

J anuary, 1916. 

Baltimore Enamel and Novelty Co., auto, numbers. State Dept 

February, 1916. 

Minnie Bagwell, services, January 

Mamie Turner, services, January 

B. M Catling, postmaster, stamped envelopes 

March, 1916. 

Minnie Bagwell, salary, February _ 

Mamie Turner, salary, February 

April, 1916. 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps 

May, 1916. 

A. C. Bledsoe, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

Rebecca Norwood, clerical services 

June, 1916. 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical serricea 

Rebecca Norwood, clerical services 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Mamie Avent, clerical services.. 

Bryce Little, clerical serWces 

Ayla Bledsoe, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services 

S. G. Adams Stamp and Stationery Co., auto, licenses 

W. J. Weaver, handling auto, tags, State Department... 

W. J. Weaver, handling plates - 

Baltimore Enamel Co., auto, numbers 

July, 1916. 

Frances Lacy, clerical services - 

Nan Lacy, clerical servics 

Rebecca Norwood, clerical services 

Ruth Norwood, clerical services 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical serWces 

Ayla Bledsoe, clerical services 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services 

Van Wyck Kimball, clerical services __ 

Mamie .^vent, cleri 
Bryce Little, clerical serv 



100 .00 
60.00 



100.00 
60.00 
640.80 



100 .00 
60.00 



60.00 
100 .00 
2,151.1 



40.00 
40.00 



100.00 
26.00 



100 .00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
75.00 
60.00 
60.00 
3,363.' 
20.00 
18.00 
51.52 



60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
77.50 
60.00 
75.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



109 



Statement E — Continued. 



AtJTOMOBiLE FCXD — continued. 
July, 1916. 

J. W. Mcintosh, clerical sen-ices 

Miunie Bagwell, clerical scn'ices 

\V. J. Weaver, clerical services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Mrs. R. Y. McAden, services. Secretary of State _,. 

Van Wyck Kimball, services. State Department 

A. C. Bleilsoe, serWces, State Department- 

Mamie Lee Avent, services. State Department 

J. W. Mcintosh, services, .State Department 

Ruth Norwood, services. State Department _.. 

Rebecca Norwood, services. State Department 

W. J. Weaver, .handling tags. State Department 

August, 1916. 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical services 

Mamie Turner, clerical services 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, clerical sen-ices _ _ _. 

Mrs. M. B. Syme, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services 

Bryce Little, clerical services 

Mamie Stanley, clerical services _,_ ._. 

Frances Lac.v, clerical services 

W. J. Weaver, handling auto, tags 

Baltimore Enamel and Novelty Co., auto, numbers 

September, 1916. 

Minnie Bagwell , clerical services 

Bryce Little, clerical services 

Mrs. M. B. .Syme, clerical services 

Van Wyck Kimball, clerical services 

A. L. Fleming, clerical ser\*ices 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, clerical sen-ices 

B. R. Lacy, .State Treasurer, distributed to counties per Secty. of State 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage __ •__. 

B. R. Lacy, cover error auto, tax, Harnett County 

October, 1916. 

A. L. Fleming, clerical sen-ices 

Mrs. C. L. Haynes, clerical services 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical sen-icea.. 

November, 1916. 
Minnie Bagwell, clerical services.. 

A. L. Fleming, extra clerical services 

C. L. Haynes. extra clerical services 

S. G. Adams Stamp and Stationery Co., auto, numbers _ __, 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

Minnie Bagwell, clerical sen-ices 

C. L. Haynes, clerical sen-ices 

A. L. Fleming, clerical services __ 

Total 



80.00 
100.00 
27.00 
30.00 
44.00 
55.00 
55.00 
44.00 
55.00 
44.00 
44.00 
18.00 



100.00 
42.50 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
75.00 
44.00 
4.00 
9.0O 
2.20 



100.00 
75.00 
37.50 
45.00 
75.00 
75.00 
108, 194 .40 
160.00 
.80 



75.00 
60.00 
100.00 



100.00 
75.00 
60.00 
670.47 
300.00 
130.00 
100.00 
60.00 
75.00 



110 



Document "No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



BOARD OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 

Nellie W. Price, salary and expenses 

Alex Webb, per diem as member 

January, 1916. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, services to Board 

G. W. Montcastle, services and expenses 

February, 1916. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, services to Board 

G. W. Montcastle, per diem and expenses 

Charles N. Goodnoe. services, refunded 

Wilson & Pullen, services'to Board _ 

March, 1916. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, services and expenses-- 

Wilson & Pullen, accounting services 

April, 1916. 

Nellie W. Price, salary and expenses, March 

G. W. Montcastle, services and expenses _ 

May, 1916. 
Mrs. N. W. Price, services and expenses _._ 

June, 1916. 
Mrs. N. W. Price, services and expenses, May 

July. 1916. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, services and expenses --. 

August. 1916. 

Mrs. N. W. Price, services to Board 

Wilson & Pullen, services to Board 

September, 1916. 
Mrs. N. W. Price, services to Board __ 

November, 1916. 

Mrs. N. \V. Price, services and expenses, October 

Scott McCullough & Charnley, work, report Univ. N. C, 

Wilson & Pullen, generaj audit, Central Hospital 

Nellie W. Price, salary and expenses, November 

Total 

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1915. 

Daisy Denson, expenses visiting State institutions 

C. J. Hunter, expenses meeting..- 

W. A. Qlair, expenses meeting - 

Daisy Denson, expenses meeting 



s 


159.67 




35.00 


s 


144 .70 




27.70 


$ 


143.14 




34.90 




145.10 




60.00 


% 


161.69 




407.50 


$ 


145.10 




22.50 


$ 


179.85 


8 145 .00 


s 


149.90 


t 


114.70 




175.00 


% 


153 .85 


s 


16S.16 




927.31 




392.00 




159.60 



2.65 
9.S4 



1917J 



Document No. 5 



111 



Statement E — Continued. 



BO.AJ1D OF PUBLIC CHARITIES — Continued. 
December, 1915. 

Austin Dunston, janitor, salarj', December 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, December.. 

January. 1916. 

J. A. McAuley, expenses meeting 

C. W. Home, expenses, meeting 

Austin Dunston, janitor, salary, January _ 

February, 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, January _ $ 100,00 

Daisy Denson, secretary, expenses 12.00 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salarj', February 100.00 

Austin Dunston, janitor, salary, February 

March, 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, March __ i 100.00 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary. March.... 8.66 

April, 1916. 

J. A. McAulcy, attending meeting of Board $ 9.25 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, April 100.00 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary, April 

May. 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary. May 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary. May __ 

June, 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, June 

\V. D. Terry, janitor, salary, June. 

July, 1916. 

William A. Blair, expenses attending meeting t 9.25 

J. A. McAulay, expenses attending meeting - 7.95 

Charles W. Home, expenses attending meeting 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary. July. 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary, July •.. 

August. 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, August _ 

W. D. Terry, janitor, 8alar>', August 

September, 1916. 

I)ai?y DenHon, scrretarj', salary. September.. 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salarj', September 

October, 1916. 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, October 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary, October 

November. 1916. 

B. M. (latling, postmaster, postage S 15.00 

Daisy Denson, secretary, salary, November 100.00 

W. D. Terry, janitor, salary, November 

Total 



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CAPITAL PUNISHMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
D. B. Stafford, sheriff Guilford County, expenses bringing Ed. Walker 




17.80 






S 17.80 
17.20 


January, 1916. 

David Graham, sheriff, expenses bringing convict to electric chair 




17.20 


March, 1916. 
George W. Flynt, sheriff, expenses bringing Ida Bell Warren and S. P. 




38.20 




38.20 


April, 1916. 

R. F. McFarland, sheriff Polk County, bringing Frank Foster to elec- 




69.75 




69.75 


May, 1916. 

I. M. B>Td, sheriff Harnett County, expenses bringing James McCall 




9.50 




9.50 


June. 1916. 

J. McD. Monaghan, sheriff Cumberland County, expenses bringing 




14.00 




14.00 


July, 1916. 

J. A. Ammons, sheriff Graham County, expenses bringing M. Miller 




89.80 




89.80 


September, 1916. 

S. P. Cowan, sheriff New Hanover County, expenses bringing M. Horn 




75.35 




75.35 


November, 1916. 
J. A. House, sheriff Halifax County, expenses bringing W. G. Collins 




26.00 




26.00 






1.20 
3.00 










CAPITOL SQUARE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 










$ 4.20 






.65 
2.00 
42.00 
8.50 


W. W. Hamilton, trees 














63.15 


March, 1916. 




1.50 
4.50 
4.50 
8.26 
8.25 
9.00 
























36.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



CAPITOL SQUARE — continued. 
April. 1916. 




4.50 
3.30 
6.00 

10.00 
6.75 

49.55 
8.25 
4.35 
6.75 






































i 99.45 


May, 1916. 




.25 
8.25 
19.50 
6.73 
3.75 
6.00 
8.25 




























52.75 


June, 1916. 




7.50 
9.00 
6.75 
8.25 
















31.50 


July, 1916. 




8.25 
6.75 
8.25 
8.25 
8.25 


Sim Lee, work 


















39.75 


August, 1916. 
U. A. Mvatt. seed, etc. .. 




14.75 
8.25 
8.25 
8.25 
8.25 














Sim Loo, work 






47.75 


September, 1916. 




8.25 
7.50 
5.10 
2.55 
4.50 
8.25 














Sim Lee, work ,_ 








November, 1916. 
William Autrey. work 




4.50 












.30 




Total.... 


» 405.20 




CAKTKH-ABKRNETHTT INVESTIGATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
November, 1916. 






t in 



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Statement E3 — Continued. 



CAR rEB-ABERNETHT INVE8TIGAT10N — COTUimud. 



February, 1916. 
A. D. McLca 



lileage and per diem as witness.. 



CASWELL TRAINING SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. Ijacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

January, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

March, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

June, 1916, 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, balance appropriation for support. 

Total -- ---- 

CBEROKEE NORMAL SCHOOL OF ROBESON COUNTY. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1915. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., one machine 

J. B. Plummer, contractor, payment in full, dormitory 

C. E. Hartge, architect, account dormitory 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, November , 

L. McCuUoch, teacher, salary, November-December 

B. Armstrong, teacher, salary, November-December _ 

O. M. Cheek, teacher, salary, November-December 

Robesonian, publishing notice for bids on dormitory 

January, 1916. 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co., equipment, building fund 

McLean, Varser & McLean, serWces and expenses, Gaines Case 

H. A. Neal. principal, salary, December 

L. McCuUoch, teacher, salary, December-January _ 

B. Armstrong, teacher, salary, December-January 

O. M. Cheek, teacher, salary, December-January 

February, 1916. 

Alderman Toy and China Co., equipment 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, January 

L. McCuUoch, salary, January-February 

B. Armstrong, salary, January-February 

C. M. Cheek, salary, January-February 



s 


5,000.00 


$ 


9,000.00 


$ 


4,000.00 


$ 


5,000.00 



$ 5,000.00 

3,694.24 i 



24.97 
87.50 
70.00 
67.50 
50.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



s'ORMAL SCHOOL OF H0BE80N COUNTY — Continued. 
March. 1916. 

H. A. Xeal, principal, salary, February 

Leila McCulloch, teacher, salar>*, February-March 

Belle Armstrong, teacher, salary, February-March 

O. M. Cheek, teacher, salary, Februar>'-March _ , 

April, 1916. 

Raleigh Furniture Co., equipment for dormitory 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary, March 

Leila McCulloch, teacher, salary, March-April , 

Belle Armstrong, teacher, salary, March-April 

O. M. Cheek, teacher, salary, March-April 

Southern School Supply Co., desks, maps, etc 

May, 1916. 

H. A. Xeal, principal, salary, April __. 

Leila McCulloch, teacher, salary, April-May 

Belle Armstrong, teacher, salary, April-May _ 

O. M. Cheek, teacher, salarj', April-May... 

June, 1916. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salary. May _ 

L, McCulloch, teacher, salary. May 

B. Armstrong, teacher, salary, May 

0. M. Cheek, tesicher, salary, May 

July. 1916. 

H. A. Neal, principal, salar>', June _ 

August, 1916. 
II. A. Neal, principal, 8alar>', July 

September. 1916. 
H. A. Neal, principal, salarj', August 

October. 1916. 
H. A. Neal, principal, salary, September , 

November, 1916. 

Southern School Supply Co., 10 gallons floor oil _ 

H. A. Neal, principal, salarj*, October _ 

B. Armstrong, salarj', October- November , 

L. McCulloch, salary, October- November _. 

O. M. Cheek, salary, October-November ,. 

Total 

COLORED NOR.MAL SCHOOLS- 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, November 

T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for building, 1916. Elizabeth 

City _ 

T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for building, 1916, Elizabeth 

City 

T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support. 1916 

n. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916, FayetteviUe... 



87.50 
70.00 
67.50 
50.00 



74.75 
87.50 
70.00 
67.50 
50.00 
60.49 



87.50 
70.00 

67.50 
50.00 



87.50 
70.00 
67.50 
50.00 



i 


87.50 


I 


87.50 


% 


87.50 


% 


87.50 



2.30 
90.00 
67.50 
67.50 
55.00 



t 176.52 

2,500.00 

833.34 
800.00 
185.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



COLORED NORMALS — Continued. 






December. 1915. 






Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., mileage book, E. E. Sams.,. 


$ 20.00 




T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City.. 


215.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 


600.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 


568.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for building, Winston-Salem 


333.00 


S 6,530.86 






January, 1916. 






E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, December 


$ 177.22 




Thomas J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth 






City 


650.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 


600.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, building fund, Fayetteville 


625.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 


520.00 








2,572.22 






February, 1916. 






Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., mileage book for superintendent 


i 20.00 




E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, January... 


174 .57 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for building, Winston-Salem. 


1,000.00 




Thos. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City 


625.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 


600.00 




T. J. Markham, treasiu-er, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City_. 


200.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 


405.00 








3,024.57 






March. 1916. 






E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, February 


$ 178 .41 




T. J. Markham, treasurer, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City... 


600.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation, Winston-Salem 


850.00 
515.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 




Thos. J. Markham, appropriation for support, EUzabeth City 


600.00 








2,743.41 






April. 1916. 






E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, March 


% 177 .92 




W. A. Bla,ir, treasurer, support, Winston-Salem. _ 


550.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, support, Fayetteville 


514.00 




Southern Railway Co., mileage book. E. E. Sams 


20.00 




T. J. Markham, treasurer, support, EUzabeth City 


185.00 






1,446.92 


May, 1916. 




E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, April 


$ 177.62 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, support, Winston-Salem 


1,150.00 




H. W". Lilly, treasurer, support, Fayetteville 


175.00 






1,502.62 


June, 1916. 




E. E. Sams, superintendent, services and expenses 


$ 170.66 




Seaboard Air Line Ey. Co., mileage book, E. E. Sams . 


20.00 




Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., mileage book, superintendent 


20.00 






210.66 


July, 1916. 




E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, June 


$ 195.17 




H. W. Lilly, treaslU"er, appropriation for support, Fayetteville— 


100.00 




W'. A. Blair, treasiu-er, appropriation improvements, Winston-Salem... 


500.00 




W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation improvements, Winston-Salem... 


1,000.00 




Southern Railway Co., mileage book, E. E. Sams 


20.00 




W. A. Blair, treasiu-er, support, Winston-.Salem 


500.00 




Southern Railway Co., mileage book, E. E. Sams 


20.00 




H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 


275.00 








2,610.17 



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Statement B — Continued. 



COLORED NORMALS — continued. 
August, 1916. 
E. E. Sams, superintendent, ser\'ices and expenses, July 

September, 1916. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, services and expenses, .\ugust 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, appropriation for support, Winston-Salem 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation for support, Fayetteville 

Southern Railway Co., mileage book, E. E. .Sams 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., mileage book E. E. Sams.- 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, appropriation improvements, Fayetteville. 
Thos. J. .Markham, appropriation for support, Elizabeth City... 

October, 1916. 

Thomas J Markham, support, Elizabeth City... 

W. A. Blair, treasurer, support, \Vinston-,Salem 

November, 1916. 

E. E. Sams, superintendent, salary and expenses, October 

IT. \V. LiUj'. treasurer, support, Fayetteville. 

Thomas J. Markham, treasurer, support, Elizabeth City 

W. \. Blair, treasurer, support, Winston-Salem 

T. J. Markham, treasurer, support, Elizabeth City 

H. W. Lilly, treasurer, support, Fayetteville 

L Total 

COMMISSIOXER OF I.VSURANCE. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, December 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, December 

8. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, December.. 

8. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, December... 

A, H, Yerby, licen.se clerk, salarj', December 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, December 

Ida Montgomery-, cashier, salary, December 



January, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, January 

W. J. Cameron, Actuarj', salary, January 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, January. 

8. F, Campbell, chief clerk, salary, January 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, Januar.v 1 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary', January 

Ida Montgomerj', cashier, salarj', Januarj' 



F(bruaiy,1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, February 

W. J. (>ameron. Actuary, salary, Februarj-.. , 

8. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salarj', February. 

S. F, Campbell, chief clerk, salary, February 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, February 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, Februarj' 

Ida Montgomery, casliier, salary, February 



171.56 
115,00 
300.00 
50.00 
20.00 
20.00 
888.58 
500.00 



t 750.00 
600.00 



179 .72 
100.00 
600.00 
700.00 
600 .00 
1,863.52 



291 .74 
183.37 
166.74 
166.74 
100.00 
75.00 
91.74 



291 .66 
183.33 
166 .66 
166.66 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



291 .66 
183 .33 
166.66 
166.68 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



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Statement B — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE — continued. 
March, 1916. 

J. R. Young Commissioner, salary, March 

\V. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, March 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, March 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, March 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, March 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, March. 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary, March 



$ 291.66 
183.33 
166.66 I 
166.66 
100.00 I 
75.00 
91 .66 



April, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, April 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, April.. 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, April.. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, April 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, April 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, April 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary, April 



291 .66 
183 .33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



May, 1916. 

J. R. Young Commissioner, salary. May 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary. May 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, May.. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary. May 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary. May 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary. May 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary. May 



291.66 
183.33 I 
166.66 j 
166.66 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



June, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, June 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, June 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, June.. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, June 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, June..^ 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, June 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary. June 



291 .66 
183.33 
166.66 
166 .66 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



July, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, July 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, July 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, July. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salar>', July 

A. H. Yerby, license clerk, salary, July 

E. B. PoweU, bookkeeper, salary, July 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary, July 



291 .66 
183 .33 
166.66 
166.66 
100.00 
75.00 
91.66 



August, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, August 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, August 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, August.. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, August 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, August 

• Ida Montgomery', cashier, salary, August 



291 .66 
183.33 
166.66 
166.66 
75.00 
91.66 



September, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, September 

W. J. Cameron. .Actuary, salary, September 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, September.. 
S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, September 



{ 291 .66 
183 .33 
166 .66 



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119 



Statement E — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE — Continued. 

September, 1916. 

E, B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, September. 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary, .September 

October, 1916. 

J. R. Young, Commissioner, salary, October 

W. J. Cameron, Actuary, salary, October 

S. W. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, October. 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary. October 

E, B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, October 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary. October... 

November, 1916. 

J. R. Young. Commissioner, salary. November 

W. J. Cameron. Actuary, salary, November 

S. \V. Wade, Deputy Commissioner, salary, November — 

S. F. Campbell, chief clerk, salary, November 

E. B. Powell, bookkeeper, salary, November 

Ida Montgomery, cashier, salary. November 

Total.. 

COMHISBIONER OP INSURANCE, CONTINGENCIES. 



Paid on the above account as follows: 
November, 1916. 
J. R. Yiiuiig, Commissioner, insurance law violations.. 
J. R. Young, Commissioner, expense account 



COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary, December 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salar>'. December.. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary. December 



January, 1916. 

M. L. .shipman. Commissioner, salary, Janaury 

(j. B. Justice. .Assistant Commissioner, salary, Janaury. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, January 



Febnury, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, February , 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, February. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, February 



March, 1916. 

M. L. .Shipman. Commissioner, Balar>', March 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, March.. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, 8alar>'. March 



April, 1916. 

M. I,. .Shipman Commissioner, salary, April 

it. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, April.. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, .\pril 



75.00 
91.66 



291 .66 
183 .33 
166.66 
166.66 
75.00 
91.66 



291 .66 
183.33 
166.66 
166 .66 
75.00 
91.66 



499.75 
500.00 





250.00 




166.74 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




2S0.00 




166.66 


1 — . 


75.00 



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Statement Ei — Continued. 



COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING — COTi 

May, 1916. 
M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary. May 

G. B. Justice. Assistant Commissioner, salary, May. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, May.. 



250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



June, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary, June 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, June.. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, June 



July, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, July 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, July. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, July 



250 .00 
166.66 
75.00 



$ 250 .00 
166 .66 
75.00 



August, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, August 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, August.. 
Daisy Thompson, clerk, salary, August 



September, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman. Commissioner, salary, September 

G. B, Justice. Assistant Commissioner, salary, Septembe: 



250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



$ 250.00 
166.66 



October, 1916. 

Betty Hicks, stenographer, salary, September 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, October 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, October.. 
Betty Hicks, clerk, salary, October 



November, 1916. 

M. L. Shipman, Commissioner, salary, November 

G. B. Justice, Assistant Commissioner, salary, November.. 
Betty Hicks, clerk, salary, November 



$ 75.00 

250 .00 
166.66 
75.00 



$ 250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



Total 

COMMISSIONER OF LABOR AND PRINTING — CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
June, 1916. 
M. L. Sliipraan, Commissioner, expenses collecting statistics 



Juy, 1916. 
M. L. .Shipman, Commissioner, expenses collecting statistics.. 



: WOMEN S HOME. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. L:u.->-. Trrastu-er ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



March, 1916. 
B.R. Lacy, Treu 



ex officio, appropriatii 



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Statement E! — Continued. 



CONFEDERATE WOMEN'S HOME — continued. 

July, 1916. 
B. U. Lafv, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



October, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Tr( 



, appropriation for support, I9I6-. 



CONSTITmONAI. AUENDME 



* Paid on above account as follows 

April. 1916. 

S. T. Ashe, clerical work 

Mamie Stanley, clerical work 

Mr3. W. .S. Wilson, clerical work 

B. M. Catling, postage 

B. M. Catling, postage 

\V. H. Upperman, drayage 

B. M. Catling, stamps 

B. M. GatUnc. stamps -._ - 

E. C. Clark, labor, distributing amendments 

S. T. .\she, serWces to Commission 

Southern Express Co., charges for Commission 



45.98 

27.37 

19.37 

140.00 

73.50 I 

1 .50 .1 

600.00 

36.00 

4.05 I 

4.38 

23.72 



May, 1916. 
.'<. T. Ashe, services 

Mamie Stanley, clerical services 

I arrie Strong, clerical 6er\'ices 

Mrs. VV. .S. Wilson, clerical ser\'ice8— 

I. E. Skinner, clerical ser\'ices 

I. F. Bray, clerical services 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps.. 



76.25 
50.00 
25.67 
46.20 
42.00 
23.40 
900.00 



June, 1916. 

Ida F. Bray, services 

r'arrie Strong, serWcee 

Mamie Stanley, ser\-ices 

Mrs. W. S. Wilson, seAices 

.S. T. Ashe, 8er\'icc8 

Chloe Beckwith, services 

Mrs. W. T. W'oodley, serWees.— 

Louise Wilson, ser\'icC8 

Lea Favdkner, services. 

M. Fleming, services 

Ruth I>ee. services 

Flora McDonald, services 

Lela Moore, 8er\-ices 

Etta Perry, services 

Annie Dimcan, services 

Lizzie Lee, services ... 

H. R. Norwood, services.- 

William Holland, drayage 

Mamie .\vcnt, clerical services. 
Rebecca Norwood, clerical s 

Corneille Harris, services 

8. T. Ashe, expenses handling constitutions , 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage distribution. 
S. T. Ashe, drayage, twine, etc _, 



51.20 
43.84 
51.05 
46.20 
76.75 
8.40 
6.60 
6.75 
6.75 
7.20 
7.05 
7.20 
6.50 
5.05 
7.20 
7.05 
6.05 
17.00 
1.15 
1.15 
3.00 
5.15 
45.00 
7.08 



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Statement B — Continued. 



CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENl^-COnilTlued. 

June, 1916. 


S 28.86 
6.75 
100.00 
60.95 
38.55 
33.30 


























$ 688 .77 


July, 1916. 


S 79.20 
51.66 








130.86 


October, 1916. 
S. T. Ashe. aerWcea, distribution Constitutions 


$ 5.00 
300.00 




305.00 


November, 1916. 


J 48.00 
48.00 
12.00 












108.00 




S 9.00 

10.00 
1.75 
2.75 

11.33 
4.55 
8.25 
2.25 
8.25 
3. SO 
6.30 
6.50 

13.00 
8.25 
2.10 

17.00 
.35 

91.13 
8.25 

15.60 
7.50 

29.90 
1.25 

62.85 

4.50 

307.50 

9.60 

49.75 
5.00 
5.00 


Total . . 


$ 3,372 02 






Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 




























































Remington T>'pewTiter Co . , record book and ribbons, State Dept 

Keystone Supply Co., 1 cable for indicator, Treasury Department 

Underwood Typewriter Co., machine. Corporation Commission 




























Illinois Printing Co., supplies. Insurance Department 




T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware and supplies, several departments. 




W. H. Allen, electrical repairs. Department Public Instruction.. 





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123 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONTlNGENaES— con/inued. 
December, 1915. 


$ 2.70 
32.37 
7.50 
3.00 


















t 758.63 


January, 1916. 


S 5.75 
3.50 
1.50 
3.85 

10.00 
.60 
3.25 
3.10 
1.63 
2.25 
1.50 
8.25 
2.00 

22.26 

16.00 
9.62 
1.50 
4.00 
.50 
.75 

25.25 
1.00 
2.40 
2.10 
8.25 

40.00 
15.00 
2.00 
15.00 
73.00 
1.05 
8.25 


























N. L. Walker, repairs to telephone, Department Public Instruction 
























Union Ribbon and Carbon Co., supplies, Conroration Commission 












T. F. Brockwell, repairs to lock. Adjutant General's Department 












Lillian Baucom, dust cloths. Administration Building 

Watson Picttu-e and Art Co., hanging portraits, Supreme Court 




Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium on bond. Chief Clerk, 
















H. .S. StorrCo., t>-pewriter, etc.. Departmelit Public Instruction 










295.11 


February, 1916. 
American Multigraph Sales Co., Corporation and Tax Commission... 


S 320.00 
6.00 
180.00 
1.50 
4.50 
3.00 

15.70- 
3.66 
2.10 
1.30 
3.70 
1.10 
.25 
8.25 
7.25 

30.00 


H. Mahkrs' Sons, Great Seal of N. C... 
























H. T. Hicks Co., soap. Corporation Commission 












W. B. Mann & Co., matches, Capitol. 
















Underwood Typewriter Co., Department Public Instruction 





124 



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[Sesaion 



Statement E — Continiued. 



CONTINGENCIES — continued. 






February, 1916. 






Underwood Typewriter Co., difference in price of machine, Corp. Com... 


$ 82 .25 






22 60 






2.00 






6.75 
6.05 














Will Lewis, assisting in moving arsenal . 


12.50 






2.15 






2.70 
6.00 




Southern Manufacturing Co., repairs to furniture, several departments. 




A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol.. ..... .... . .. .. ... . .. 


8.25 






6.00 






4.50 
3.45 




Southern Manufacturing Co., repairs to furniture Dept. Public Inst... 






36.20 






1.50 




W. D. Holloway. repairs to cabinets. Department Public Instruction.. 


4.50 




Alderman Toy and China Co., hardware, etc., .State Department 


8.10 






10.00 












5.70 






3.50 






4.50 






$ ,841.26 


March. 1916. 






$ 3.00 






53.50 






1.00 






1.75 






5.10 






1.50 






8.25 






13.20 






294.00 






8.80 






2.05 






3.00 






3.50 




Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., lumber for repairs, several departments. 


4.96 






.75 




Raleigh Towel Supply Co., towel service, February, State Hwy. Com... 


1.00 




W. H. Brewer Garage, work on elevator. Administration Building 


.75 






15.36 






3.45 




Burrough's Adding Machine Co., repairs. Corporation Commission 


5.00 






12.53 






8.25 




The Dodge & Dent Manufacturing Co., duplicator, Dept. Public Inst.. 


16.00 




Remington Typewriter Co., difference in machine and supplies, sev- 








115.50 






8.25 




Raleigh Broom Works, repairs on chairs. Corporation Commission 


2.75 




Raleigh Iron Works, balance on repairs. Central Heating Plant 


6.00 




Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., shelves, State Departments Building.. . 


32.56 






11.00 




Moffatt Machinery & Manufacturing Co., repairs for elevator, bal 


35.00 






1.25 




Southern Manufacturing Co., repairs for safe. State Department 


16.00 





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125 



Statetment E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES — continued. 






March. 1916. 






\V, H, AUen, electric repairs. Department Public Instruction __ 


t 7.95 
















Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., repairs, .State Departments Building 


8.S6 






97.55 










Model Laundrv. towels, State Departments Building . 


4.50 






1.00 




C. A. Humphrey, difference in price of typewriter, Chief Justice... 


50.00 




Underwood Tj-pewriter Co., difference in price of typewriter. Corpora- 








66.05 








i 946.87 






April, 1916. 








S 2.25 






8.25 






.46 






13.00 
1. 00 




Bob Lewis, painting shelves for Department Public Instruction 












6.10 






10 00 




T. F. Brockwell, keys, Capitol.. 


.75 






16.00 






1,50 
5.00 










.75 






6.25 




Charles E. Johnson, Jr., premium on bond, teller. Treasurer's Dept 


15.00 




X. L. Walker, electrical repairs. Department Public Instruction 


2.45 




Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs, Dept. Labor and Printing 


5.50 




J. B. Lvon Co., Postal Guide, State Department ... .. 


3.50 




Raleigh Towel Supply Co., services, March, Highway Commission 


1.00 




"i ates & Johnson, repairs on elevator, Admmistration Building 


3.50 




Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., desk beds. Department Public Instruction. 


21.40 






9.60 






8.25 
110.28 










4 50 






6. .50 






1.20 




A, Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 


8.25 




Underwood Typewriter Co., machine, Corporation Commission. 


50.00 




Gunn Disinfecting and Oil Corporation, sweeping compound, Capitol . 


6.85 


330,84 






May, 1916. 








( 1.00 
44 










1.50 










Sanitary Steam Laundry, towels, Capitol toilet ._ 


.61 




W. B. Mann & Co., matches, Capitol . . 


2.00 
1.55 




American Multigraph Sales Co., Ribbon. Corporation CommisBion 






3.50 
3.90 




Hillsboro Bj--Product and Chemical Co., sweeping compound, Capitol. 






9 75 




Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs on machine. Public Instr 


2.35 




T. F. Brockwell, key. Administration Building. 


.35 
4.90 








A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 


8.25 





126 



Document ;N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 
May, 1916. 
Underwood Typewriter Co., coupon book, Corporation Commission., 

Carolina Hardware Co., window cleaners, Capitol... _. 

A. Williams & Co., toilet paper, Capitol.. 

M. R. Haj-nes, repairs to furniture. Administration Building 

Hart-Ward Hardware Co., supplies, arsenal and Insurance Dept. 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., services, April, Highway Commission 

A. Burnett, cleaning Capitol _. 

Remington Typewriter Co., supplies, several departments 

Barnes Printing and Stamp Co., rubber stamps and pads, Auditor's 

Department 

B. L. Lumpkin, repairs to closet, State Departments Building. 

A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 

E. A. Summers, copies atlas for several departments. 

Olivia Raney Library, rent vacuum cleaner. Governor's Office 

Model Laundry, towels. Administration Building 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 

Mrs. Bettie Mills, dust mop, Corporation Commission 

June, 1916. 
Chas. E. Johnson, Jr., premium, bond of institution clerk. Treasury 

Department 

Sanitary Laundry, laundering towels, several departments 

Capitol Drug Store, soap, Capitol 

Roach Farrar, washing towels, Governor's Office _ _. 

W. B. Mann & Co., soap and matches, Capitol 

A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol _ 

Janitor Supply House, floor sweeps, Capitol 

Dobbin-Ferrali Co., towels, etc., several departments 

Henry T. Hicks Co., soap, Sapolio, polish, several departments 

Young & Hughes, work, Capitol Building... 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, locks, keys, etc., several departments 

W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof. Capitol 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 

Addressograph Co., supplies, Corporation Commission 

News and Observer Co., N. C. Year Book, several departments 

Oak City Steam Laundry, towels, Administration Building 

Association Governmental Labor Officials, dues, Commissioner of 

Labor and Printing 

W. T. Terry, rubber stamps, several departments 

Otis Elevator Co., repairs to elevator 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., towel service. May, Highway Comm'n 

A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 

M. R. Haynes, repairs to furniture. Administration Building 

News and Observer, year book. Highway Commission _ 

American Multigraph Sales Co., supplies. Corporation Commission — 

H. J. Brown Co., casket and embalming Capt. C. C. Cherry 

Barnes Printing Co., rubber stamps. Insurance Department 

Model Laundry, laundry, State Departments Building 

Sorrell & Smith, carriages, Capt. C. C. Cherry's funeral.. 

New Way Ink Sheet Co., typewriter ribbons, Treasury Department..., 

G. L. Vinson Co., plumbing repairs, several departments 

A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol.. 

Walter Dunston, cleaning up for Department Public Instruction 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware, brooms, etc., several departments 

Capitol Drug Store, soap. State Departments Building 

The Weekly Underwriter, fire record. Insurance Department.. 

W. H. Yager, repairs to roof. Administration Building 

Remington Typewriter Co., machine, State Department 




8.25 
8.50 
5.00 
14.23 
105.00 
2.60 
4.50 
21.00 
6.00 



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127 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 






July, 1916. 








S 8.25 












6.15 
























4.75 






4.39 










W. B, Mann & Co., matches. Capitol __. 


2.00 






16.82 








• 


H. Mahler s Sons, clock. Insurance Department 


7.00 






1 75 






1.00 




Carolina Hardware Co., cleaning brush. Corporation Commission 


1.00 






3.50 




A. Burnett, cleaning. Capitol ___ ._ _ 


8.25 






.50 
2.00 




National Education -Association, dues, Supt. Public Instruction 






1.25 






8.25 




Dobbin-Ferrall Co., draping executive and superintendent's offices 


27.00 






4.45 




W. Drummond Marrow, repairs to light fixtures. Governor's Office ^ 


3.00 






5.00 






5.00 






4.50 






1.25 




Underwood Typewriter Co., machine and supplies. Supreme Court 


50.78 






8.25 








S 200.80 






August, 1916. 






Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, several departments 


% 20.93 






5.25 




Boylan-Pearcc Co., cleaning cloth. Corporation Commission 


3.42 




W. B. Mann & Co.. matches, Capitol 


2.50 






1.00 




Capitol Drug i^tore, soap, Caphol _ 


1.73 




A. Burnett, cleaning. Capitol 


8.25 






1.12 




N. L. Walker, electrical repairs. Insurance Department 


2.20 






1.00 
5.40 










4.65 




A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol , 


8.25 






3.20 
2.44 




Oak City Steam Laundry, washing towels. Administration Building... 




W. A. Myatt, office supplies. Highway Commission 


1.30 




Office Stationery Co., office supplies. Highway Commission 


2.25 




Baraes Printing Co., rubber stamps, Dept. Labor and Printing 


.70 




A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 


8.25 




W. P. Baker Co., repairs to roof, Capitol 


14.55 






4.50 






2.00 




N. L. Walker, electrical repairs. Insurance Department 


2.00 




N. L. Walker, difference in fan. Auditor's Department 


3.00 




A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol _ 


8.25 





128 



Document lio. 5 



Statemetnt E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 
August, 1916. 

William J. Weaver, labor, moving books, etc., Secretary of State 


t 18.00 
1.50 
1.00 
8.90 




Raleigh Towel Supply Co.. service, July, Highway Commission 






S 147.58 


September, 1916. 


S 1.50 
1.67 
2.95 

12.58 
2.25 
8.25 
4.00 
1.18 
1.75 
.50 

35.00 

11.25 
8.25 
5.01 
2.80 
4.60 
1.07 
8.00 
3.25 
8.25 
3.00 
1.00 
3.75 

30.00 
4.00 

15.00 
8.25 

13.85 
1.50 
8.25 


















A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 












Quality Bicycle Shop, repairs, vacuum cleaner. Administration Bldg... 
Alfred M. Best Co., subscription insurance publication. Insurance Dept.. 
The J. B. Ford Co., barrel detergent. State Departments Building 




Raleigh Iron Works, repairs to elevator. State Departments Building., 




Model Laundry, laundry book. State Departments Building.. 




















Raleigh Towel Supply Co., service, State Highway Commission 




William J. Weaver, moving books, papers, etc., and cleaning, Capitol . 








A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 














212.61 


October, 1916. 

C. R. Boone, uniform for watchman. State Departments Building 


$ 22.50 
1.50 
1.34 
1.38 
5.25 
3.50 
4.60 
4.50 
1.75 
1.50 
1.00 
8.25 
2.00 
12.00 
2.00 
3.50 
200.00 
5.62 
6.00 
1.00 


















































Raleigh Roofing and Concrete Co., lining tank. State Department 




Monroe Calculating Machine Co., machine, Insiu-ance Department 




Southern Sanitary Co., sweeping compound. State Depts. Bldg 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., services, September, Highway Com 





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Document Ko. 5 



129 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 
October, 1916. 
A, Burnett, cleaning, Capitol. 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs, Administration Building.. 

J. S. Wiegs, lock and labor. Adjutant General's office 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., repairs. Public Instruction. 




November, 1916. 

(lunn Disinfecting and Oil Corporation, liquid soap, Capitol .._ 

John Stienmetz & Sons, door holders. Secretary of State 

Henry T. Hicks, soap and polish, Capitol 

\V. B. Mann & Co., supplies. Central Heating Plant ..._ 

Whiting & Horton, imiforms. Administration Building 

M. R. Hayncs, repairs on chair, Court Rooms 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., machine. Public Instruction 

J. I. Holcomb Manufacturing Co., floor brushes 

John \V. Evans Son, work. Central Heating Plant 

Thiem & Birdsong, soap, etc.. Administration Building _ 

Capitol Drug Store, soap, Capitol _ 

Model Laundrj-, laundry, State Departments Building. 

Thompson Electrical Co., supplies, several departments 

T. F. Brockwell, repairs, keys, and locks 

W. H. Brewer Garage and Machine Works, repairs on elevator. 

F. H. Howell, supplies. Central Heating Plant.. 

Dillon Supply Co., supplies. Central Heating Plant.... _ 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co., services, October. Highway Comniiasion.. 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies. Highway Commission 

Oak City Steam Laundrj*, laundry 

A. Burnett, cleaning, Capitol 

W. C. Atkins, repairs to pipe. Administration Building 

Otis Elevator Co.. repairs to elevator, Administration Building 

Worrell Manufacturing Co.. sweeping compound 

Acorn Refining Co., cleaning compound 

S. S. Selig. Jr., towels, Capitol _ 

Thos. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware, several departments 

A, Burnett, cleaning. Capitol 

W. W. Willis, repairs. Central Heating Plant _ 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., work. Capitol Building 

H. T. Hicks Co., ammonia, etc., Governor's office 



Paid sherifTs mileage and per diem for bringing con\'icts to State Prbon, 

as follows: 
Oewmber, 1915. 

J. M, Marshburn, McDowell County, 1 convict 

David Graham, Rowan County, 2 convicts 

W. D. McLaurin, Scotland County, 1 convict 

C. E. Tanner. Rutherford County, 3 convicts 

J. A. House, Halifax County, 1 convict «... 

T. R. Holder. Forsytli County, 3 convicts 

A. W. Taylor, Lenoir County, I convict 



January. 1916. 

M. L. Burehfield, Swain County, 1 convict 

G. W. Stuart, Montgomerj' County. 1 convict.. 

T, H. Smith, Craven County, 3 convicts , 

&— Part 1—1916 



45.00 

3.50 

453.70 




130 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONVICTS — continued. 
January, 1916. 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 1 convict $ 2.75 

H. D. Baldwin, Richmond County, 3 convicta 30.85 

R. T. Murray, Pender County, 1 convict 16.60 

S. P. Cowan. New Hanover County, 4 convicta 47 

W. H. Bell, Warren County, 1 convict - 12.25 

W. F. Grimes. Johnston County, 1 convict 6.35 

R. T. Miuray, Pender County, 4 convicts ._ 41.85 

February, 1916. 

0. W. Harrington. Pitt County, 2 convicts t 13.55 

Geo. Spivey, Buncombe County, 1 convict.. ,__ -,. 31.55 

N. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg County, 2 convicts 32.30 

J. L. Lackey, Cleveland County, 3 convicts 68.70 

J. S. Phipps, Guilford County, 2 convicts 19.30 

J. T. Best, Colimibua County, 1 convict __ - 20.30 

M. T. Cla>^on, Person County, 1 convict 8.65 

J. J. Harward. Wake County, 2 convicts 4.50 

R. B. Schyler, Surry County, 1 convict _ 30.80 

C. K. Edwards, Catawba County, 2 convicts -- 27.75 

J. M. Deaton, Iredell County, 1 convict _ __ 21.60 

A. J. Carver, Haywood County, 1 convict 39.85 

March, 1916. 

M. L. Bvu-chfield, Swain County, 1 convict - - $ 39.00 

T. B. Henderson, Onslow County, 1 convict ._ 19.95 

R. B. Hyatt. Edgecombe County, 1 convict 16.55 

J. S. Royster, Vance County. 1 convict 6 

J. A. Ammons, Graham County, 1 convict 54.35 

J. A. House. Halifax County, 2 convicts - 20.15 

S. C. Webster, Wilkes County, 1 convict - 25.30 

April. 1916. 

Edgar Hall. Hoke County, 1 convict $ 15.85 

1. W. Fitch, Caswell Count.v, 2 convicts 39.50 

J. W. Burkhead, Randolph County, 1 convict - 16.05 

W. H. Houser, Forsyth County, 2 convicts 17.75 

A. L. Kelly, New Hanover County, 1 convict. _.._ -- 34.15 

Joe McLawhorn, Pitt County, 1 convict -- 9.70 

J. M. Clark, Bladen County, 1 convict ._ 33.25 

T. H. .'^mith. Craven County. 1 convict 20.05 

B. F. Bray, Perquimans County, 1 convict 22.05 

E. O. Shclton. Stokes County, 1 convict... _. 19.80 

May, 1916. 

J. W. Brown, Gates County, I convict - S 65.00 

J. S. Phipps, Guilford County, 1 convict 9 

T. W. Davis, Surry County, 1 convict 24.65 

J. J. Harward, Wake County, 1 convict - 2-75 

W. B. Windley. Beaufort County, 2 convicts - 21.30 

A. F. Reeves, Alleghany County, I convict 41.85 

F. C. Berry, Burke County, I convict - 41 15 

S. G. Gunter, Chatham Count.v, 1 convict 5 

H. W. Wallace, Mecklcnbm-g County, 2 convicts -. 51.10 

G. D. Blalock, Stanly County, 4 convicts ._ - 60.00 

D. A. Blue, Moore County, 1 convict - - 8 

J. S. Royster, Vance County, 1 convict.. - C 

J, F. Harward, Durham County, 1 convict... ._ 5 



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131 



Statement E — Continuefl. 



CON'VICTS — continued. 
June, 1916. 
J. McD. Monaghan, Cumberland County, 4 convicts. 

A. H. Davenport. Dare County, 1 convict 

T. H. Smith, Craven County, 1 convict 

W. J. Weatherly. Guilford County, 1 convict 

July, 1916. 

G. W. Poplin, .Stanly County, 1 convict 

S. C. Hobgood, Granville County, 4 convicts 

August, 1916. 

C. C. Willis, Buncombe County. 4 convicts 

W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes County, 1 conWct 

X. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg County, 1 convict 

September, 1916. 

y. C. Askew, Bertie County, I convict 

Alex Moore, Macon County, 1 convict 

A. W. Taylor, Lenoir County, 2 convicts 

L. Formyduval, Columbus County. 1 convict 

John F. Harward, Durham County, 2 convicts _ 

J. J. Harrington, Pitt County, 2 convicts 

R. L. Griggs. Currituck County, 3 convicts 

R. Hyman, Pitt County. 1 convict 

Da\4d Graham. Rowan County, 1 convict 

S. P. Cowan, New Hanover County, 6 convicts 

W. P. Moody, Watauga County, 1 convict.. 

J. A. Ammous, Graham County, 1 convict 

W. F. Grimes, Johnston County, 2 convicts 

J. M. Deaton, Iredell County, 1 convict 

H. M. Rowc, Wilson County. 1 convict. 

C. W. I.edb€tt«r, Anson County, 1 convict 

Charles Reid, Pasquotank County, 1 convict 

H. D. Taylor, Martin County, 1 convict _ , 

N. A. Williams, Sampson County, 1 convict 

F. A. Curtis, McDowell County, 1 convict 

October, 1916. 

R. B. Hyatt, Edgecombe County, 1 convict 

F. S. Terry, Richmond County. 1 convict.. 

N. W. Wallace. Mecklenburg County, 1 convict 

L. E- Rev.s, Buncombe County, 3 convicts 

J. H. Russ. Brunswick County, 1 convict 

F. B. Harrell, Rutherford County, 1 convict 

A. W. Taylor, Ixsnoir County, 4 convicts _ 

W. L. Earnhardt, Union County. 1 convict 

T. B. Cowan. Jackson County, 1 convict 

G. E. Davis. Hyde County, I convict 

J. M. Deaton, Iredell County, 1 convict 

J. H- VonCannon, Avery County, 1 convict 

November, 1916. 

Moses Hodges. .Surry County, I convict 

J. J. Harward, Wake County. 2 con>-icts 

8. P. Cowan, New Hanover County, 2 convicts 

Joseph McLaughorn, Pitt County _ 

R. E. Lewis. Robeson County, 2 convicts 

J. A. Uutchens, Granville County _ 



% 28 .55 

31.00 
19.30 
8.95 



i 20 .95 

24.00 



93.15 
24.00 
17.20 



19,95 
47.50 
18.40 
21.85 

9.40 
13.60 
59.60 
10.70 
17.05 
67.10 
43.85 
49.40 

6.95 
26.20 

7.50 
14.00 
19.10 
16.70 
22.50 
30.70 



16.00 
11.65 
18.20 
66.05 
39.75 
31.60 
32.75 
19.60 
36.95 
30.10 
32.75 
47.40 



23.25 
3.00 
35.80 
34.15 
23.70 
17.90 



132 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CONVICTS — continued. 
November, 1916. 

R. I.. Rankin, Rowan County, 1 con\'ict , _ $ 

G. D. Blalock, Staniy County, 1 convict ___ _._ -_.| 

G. G. Best, Duplin County, 3 convicts _ 

W. H. McGcachey, Cumberland County, 1 convict. 

W. A. McMillan, Ashe County, 2 convicts... _ 



CtJLLOWHEE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January. 1916. 

J. N. Wilson, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916... 



March, 1916. 

J. N. Wilson, treasurer, permanent improvement debts, 1916.. 



April, 1916. 

J. N. Wilson, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



August, 1916. 

J. N. Wilson, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916., 



October, 1916. 

J. N. Wilson, treasurer, balance 1916 appropriation.. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, Deceml^r 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, December 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, December 



January, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, January.. 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, January 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, January — 



February, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendnet, salary, February., 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, February 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, February — 



March, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, March. 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, March 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, March — 



April, 1916. 

J, Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, April.. 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, April 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, April — 



16.80 
20.40 
38,70 





250.00 




166.74 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 




250.00 




166.66 




75.00 



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133 



Statement E — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OP PDBLIC INSTHUCTION^COniinUed. 

May, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, May 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary. May _ 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary. May _ 

June. 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Supenntendent, salary, June. ,,, 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief clerk, salary, June 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, June 

July, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, July _._ 

Annie Tra^-is, stenographer, salary, July 

August, 1916. 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary July. 

C. E. Mcintosh, chief cleric, part salary, July _ _.. 

J. Y\ Joyner, Superintendent, salary, August 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk; salary, August 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, August 

September, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, September 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, September 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, September, _._ 

October, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, salary, October 

W. H. Pittman, chief clerk, salary, October 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, October 

November, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner. Superintendent, salary, November 

W. H. Pittman. chief clork, salary, November 

Annie Travis, stenographer, salary, November 

Total A 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — CONTINQENCIE 

Paid on above account as fohows: 



$ 250 .00 

166.06 
75.00 



$ 250 .00 

166.66 
75.00 



% 230 .00 

75.00 



December, 1915. 
J. V. J.)yncr, 
J. Y. Joyner, 

February, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, 

Mar h, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, 
J. Y. Joyner, 

April, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, 
J. Y. Joyner, 

May. 1916. 
J Y. Joyner, 



Supenntendent, expense account. 
Supenntendent, expense account. 

Superintendent, e.\pense account. 

Superintendent, expense account. 
Superintendent, expense account. 

Superintendent, expense account, 
Supenntendent, expense account. 

Supenntendent, expense account. 



83.33 
83.33 
250.00 
166.06 
75.00 



t 250.00 
166.66 
75.00 



t 250 .00 

166.66 
75.00 



230 .00 
100.66 
75.00 





25.45 




16.52 




34.56 




50.26 




8.13 




78.49 




34.29 




54.78 



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Statement E — Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION — CONTINGENCIES — continued. 

June, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, expense account.. _ _. 



September, 1916. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, expense account. 
J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, expense account., 

October, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, expense account- 
November, 1916. 

J. Y. Joyner, Superintendent, expense account. 



26.93 
32,79 



EAST CAROLINA TEACHERS TRAINING 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1915. 
J. B. Spillman, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916.. 

March. 1916. 
J. B. Spillman. bursar, appropriation for support, 1916.. 

■ April, 1916. 

J. B. Spillman, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916.. 

June, 1916. 
J. B. Spillman, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916-. 

August, 1916. 

J. B. Spillman, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916.. 

October, 1916. 
J. B. Spillman, bursar, balance appropriation, 1916 



7,500.00 
5,000.00 
7,500.00 
21,S48.56 



ELKIN AND ALLEGHANY RAILWAY COMPANY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ez officio, 100 shares stock — , 



February, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Trea 



t officio, 250 shares stock. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, December 

J. P. Kerr, private secretary, salary, December 

M. F. Jone^i, executive secretary, salary, December.. 
J. J. Mackay, Jr., clerk, salary, December 



416.74 
166,74 

100. on 

76.00 



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Statement E — Continued, 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT— COnttnuetf. 

January. 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, January 

J. P. Kerr, private sficretary, salary. January. 

M. F. Jones, executive scc.etary, salary. January 

J. J. Mackay, Jr . clerk, salar>', January 

February, 1916. 

Locke Craig. Governor, salary, February 

J. P. Kerr, private secretary, salary, February _. 

M. F. Jones, executive secretary, salary, February 

J. J. Mackay, Jr., clerk, salary, February — 

March, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, March 

J. P. Kerr, private secretary, salary, March _ 

M. F. Jones, executive secretary, salary, March 

J. J. Mackay, Jr.. clerk, salary, March _. 

April. 1916. 

T^ocke Craig, Governor, salary, April 

J. P. Kerr, private secretary, salary, April 

M. F. Jones, executive secretary, salary, April 

J. J. Mackay, Jr., clerk, salary, April _ 

May, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, May 

J. P. Kerr, private secretary, salary. May 

M. F. Jones, executive secretary, salary, May 

J. J. Mackay, Jr., clerk, salary, May 

June. 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, June. 

M. F. Jones, private secretarj", salary, June _. 

J. J. Mackay, executive secretary, salary, June.., 

Estate J. P. Kerr, late private secretary, salary, June. 

July, 1916. 

J. J. Mackay, Jr., eer\'ices, July" 

J. J. Mackay, Jr., balance July salary 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, July 

M. F. Jones, private secretary, salary, July 

M. C. Turner, executive secretary, July 

G. A. ThomassoD, executive clerk, salary, July 

August, 1916. 

I-ocke Craig, Governor, salary, August 

M. K. Jones, private secretary, salary, August.. 

Mamie C. Turner, executive secretary, salary, August., 
G. A. Thomasdon, executive clerk, salary, August 

September, 1916. 

Locke Craig. Governor, salary, September 

M. F. Jones, private secretary, salary, September 

M. C. Turner, executive secretary, salary, September.. 
G. A. Thoraasson, executive clerk, salary, Seplember.. 

October. 1916. 

T,ocke Craig, Governor, salary, October 

M. F. Jones, private secretary, salary, October 

Mamie Turner, executive secretary, salary, October 





416.66 




166.66 




ico.cn 




7.5 .no 




416.66 




166.66 




ion .00 




75.00 




416.66 




106.66 




100.00 




75.00 




416.66 




166.66 




100.00 




75.00 




416.66 




166.66 




100 .00 




75.00 




416.66 




111.11 




79.17 




83.33 




50.00 




3.33 




416.66 




166.66 




46.67 




62.50 




416.66 




166.66 




100.00 




75.00 




416.66 




166.66 




100.00 




75.00 




416.66 




166.66 




100.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT — Continued. 
November, 1916. 

George W. Craig, executive clerk, salary, October 

Locke Craig, Governor, salary, November 

M. F. Jones, private secretary, salary, November 

Mamie Turner, executive secretary, salary, November. 
George Craig, executive clerk, salary, November. 

Total 

FARM-LTFE SCHOOLS. 



Paid county treasurers as follows: 
April, 1916. 
Simeon Bowling, Durham County, appropriation Lowes Grove.. 
M. G. McKenzie. Robeson County, appropriation Philadelphus.. 

G. H. McKinney, Guilford County, appropriation 

N. F. Patterson, Harnett County, appropriation Lillington 

J. S. Thompson, Wilson County, appropriation Rock Ridge 



June, 1916. 

Bank of Pinehurst, Moore County, appropriation Eureka 

J. C. Keesier, Rowan County, appropriation China Grove 

W. A. Reinhardt, Catawba County, appropriation Startown 

L. D. Stephenson, Wake County, appropriation Gary, $1,250; Wakelon, 

$1,250 

J. R. Sloan, Iredell County, appropriation Harmony 

J. N. Taylor, Nash County, appropriation Red Oak . 

Carl Finger, Gaston County, appropriation Dallas 

R, R. Crawford, Forsyth County, appropriation Glemmons 



July, 1916. 
B. B. Hurst, Craven County, appropriation Vanceboro,, 



January, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, 
H. L. Gibbs, 

March, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, 
H. L. Gibbs, 

April, 1916. 
H. L, Gibbs, 
H. L. Gibbs, 
H. L. Gibbs, 

May, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, 
H. L. Gibbs, 



FianERIES COMMISSION BOARD. 

Paid on above account as follows; 



commissioner, appropriation, 1916.. 
commissioner, earnings.. 



earnings., 
commissioner, earnings.. 



earnings 

commissioner, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
commissioner, earnings 



appropriation, 1916.. 
commissioner, transfer earnings 



June, 1916. 

H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, part appropriation for support . 



75,00 
416.66 
166.66 
100.00 

75.00 



2.. 500 .00 
1,500.00 
2,500.00 
1,500.00 
1,250.00 



2,500.00 
2,500 00 
1,500.00 

2,500.00 
1,500.00 
2, .500 .00 
2,500.00 
2,000.00 





1,500.00 
2.914.14 




2,560.10 
2,000.00 




902.94 
1,000.00 
2,120.77 




1,000.00 
1,000.00 




1,000.00 



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Statement B — Continued. 



FISHERIES COMMISSION BOARD — continued. 
July. 1916. 

II. L. Gibbs, commissioner, appropriation. 1916 

H. L. Gibbs. commissioner, earnings ._,_. 

II. L. Gibbs. commissioner, part appropriation, 1916 

August, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, earnings 

September, 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, appropriation, 1916 ., 

October, 1916. 

H. L. Gibbs. commissioner, appropriation. 1916 

II. L. Gibbs. commissioner, transfer of earnings 

H. L. Gibbs. commissioner, balance appropriation. 1916, 

November. 1916. 
H. L. Gibbs, commissioner, earnings.. , ., 

Total _ 

FREIGHT, EXPRESS, AND DRATAGE. 



Paid on above account as foUows: 
December, 1915. 
Southern Express Co.. charges, several departments.. 
Southern Railway Co., freight, several departments.. 



January. 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage tickets 

Hobby's Transfer Co., drayage, arsenal. Xovember and December... 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co.. freight on military supplies 

Southern Express Co.. charges, several departments 

Seaboard Air I-ine Ry. Co.. freight and drayage. fire hose, State De- 
part ments Building 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on supplie.s. arsenal 



February. 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage tickets... 

Southern Railway Co.. freight and drayage on lamps., 

Norfolk Southern R. R.. freight on supplies 

Southern F.xpress Co., charges, several departments 

William Westmoreland, refund, freight advanced. 

C. E. Felmet. refund, freight advanced 

J. K. DePriest. refund, freight advanced 

J. N. Nowell. refund, freight advanced 

C. I. Bard, rcfnnd. freight advanced _ 

I.. A. Brown, refund, freight advanced .._ 

D. ZollicolTer. refund, freight advanced 

G. L. Lyerly. refund, freight advanced— 

A. L. Bulwinkle. refund, freight advanced 

J. G. Wooten. refund, freight advanced 

Frank Smith, drayage on reports, Dept. Labor and Printing-. 

J. Bryan Grimes. Secretary of State, drayage tickets 

Southern Railway Co.. freight on supplies 



$ 1.000.00 

820 .38 

1.000.00 



$ 1,000.00 

210.55 

1,000.00 



March, 1916. 
Hobby Tranj»fer Co., drayage _ 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments.. 



45.90 

4.72 



2.00 
..50 
43.07 
28.00 
3 09 
7.19 
4.74 
4.40 



9.06 
3.10 
6.94 
4.70 
3.01 
1.00 
1.50 
32.92 



151 .50 
49.23 



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Statement E — Continued. 



FREIGHT, EXPEESS, AND DRATAGE — Continued. 

March. 1916. 


$ .57 

32.81 
.60 
1.13 


















S 235.74 


April, 1916. 


S 16.80 

194.62 

.87 

7.90 

.70 

1.47 

7.45 

4.69 






















Southern Express Co., charges, several departments _ - 






234.50 


May. 1916. 


i 1.04 
14.16 
39.00 
19.81 
7.30 
1.85 














Southern Railway Co., freight on supplies, several departments 






83. U 


June. 1916. 


$ 4,25 
78.77 
20.71 
18.60 
.66 
417.04 
83.25 


















Norfolk Southern R. R. Co.. freight on military and other supplies.... 








July, 1916. 


( 24.32 
1.57 
70.26 
15.37 
19.42 
135.50 
8.15 
































August, 1916. 


% 230.62 

105.05 

.79 

2.11 

11.00 
























September, 1916. 


S 9.85 
1.72 
80.96 
7.31 
.86 
.50 
22.24 
10.00 
























Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., freight on supplies, several departments . 






133.4 



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139. 



Statement B — Continued. 





FREIGHT, EXPHESS, AXD DRAYAGE — continUffi. 

October. 1916. 

Southern Express Co., charges, sever.il departments. - --. t 63.82 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, freight and drayage on sweeping comp.. 2.10 

Seaboard .\ir Line Ry. Co., freight on shipment 11.64 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., freight on supplies 3.36 

November, 1916. 

Norfolk Southern R. R. Co., freight on supplies t 28.40 

Hobby's Transfer, drayage, .State arsenal 85.50 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secr-itary of State, drayage 3.25 

Joe Mordecai, freight and drayage --. -- 1-03 

Southern Railway Co., freight on car of paper 198.02 

Frank Smith, hauling paper 1 16.97 

Southern Express Co., charges, several departments 91 -44 

City of Raleigh, water rent, October _ - 86.94 

J. Bryan Grimes, drayage tickets 6.00 

Total 



Paid on above account as follows: 



Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., sever.al departments.. 

Powell & Powell, coal and ice, several departments 

Raleigh Water Department, rent, several departments 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal. Central Heating Plant 



195 .72 
236 .04 
82.63 
92.94 



January, 1916. 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments— _ --. 

Carulina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments- 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal. Central Heating Plant 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant, ice, several departments. 
U. S. Incandescent Lamp Co., lamps. Capitol 



129.02 
227 .63 
309.18 
210 .05 
25.56 



February, 1916, 
Carolina Power:and Light Co., lights, several departments 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal. Central Heating Plant. 



217.24 
90.90 
143 .05 



March, 1916, 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, public buildings 

Powell & Powell, coal and ice, several departments.. - -. 

Odell Hardware Co., electric lamps. State departments 

Johnson & .lohnson Co., coal. Central Healing Plant -. 

Vandora Mineral Spring.s, water, several departments 

Johnson & Johnson Co.. ice tickets. State Highway Commii 
Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 



194 .,57 
383 .58 

2.5 .56 
226.94 

40.2.5 
5.50 

66.24 I 



April, 1916. 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant; ice, several departments. 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, several departments 

Johnson & Johnson Co , coal. Central Henting Plant 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments 



234.35 
228.42 
246.76 
113.77 



May, 1916. 
\'andora Mineral Springs, water, several departments. 
T. C. Smith & Co., lamps for Capitol 



29.00 
37.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



FUEL, LIGHTS. AND WATER — continued. 

May, 1916. 
Carolina Power and T-igbt Co., lights, etc., several departments-. 

Raloigh Water Department, water, several departments 

Vandora Mineral Springs, w.ater, several departments 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal, Central Heating Plant 



June, 1916. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc., several departments 

Powell & Powell, coal. Central Heating Plant; ice, several buildings.. 

City of Raleigh, water rent, several departments 

Vandora Mineral Springs, water, several departments 



July, 1916. 
Carolina Power and Ligat Co., lights, several departments.. 
Raleigh \Vat«r Department, water, several departments 



August, 1916. 

Vandora Mineral Springs, water, several departments... 

Carr.Iina Poner and Light Co., lights, etc., several departments.. 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several department^.. 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice. State Highway Commission. 

Vandora Mineral Springs, water, several departments 



November, 1916. 
Powell & Powell Co., coal and ice, October 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal. Central Heating Plant 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights and gas. October... 

Odell Hardware Co., electric lamps, State Departments Building-. 

Powell & Powell, coal, arsenal 

Powell & Powell, coal and ice, several departments 



189 .26 
77.24 
46.00 
71.13 



198 .94 
226.82 
64.71 
46.00 



201 .26 
68.71 



46.00 
195.50 
53.83 
5.00 
46.00 



September, 1916. 

Powol. & Powell, ice. several departments, June, July, and August S 77.60 

The R.'ileigh Times, coal advertisement ; 4.50 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights, etc., several departments 202.09 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments j 69.97 



October, 1916. 

Raleigh Water Department, water, several departments % 67.10 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, several departments | 18S 

Powell & Powell, ice ticliets, several departments ..I 30.00 

Odell Hardware Co., electric lamps, Capitol ..J 61 .12 

Odell Hardware Co.. electric lamps. Capitol i 44.73 

Vandora Mineral Springs, books water tickets SO .00 



115.55 
236.24 
210.37 
119.28 
10.70 
233 .82 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 1 

January, 1916. 
S. P. Cowan, sheriff, expenses bringing Allen Pearsall from New York. $ 



February, 1916. 

Asheville Citizen, publishing reward notice, Charlie Carroll i 

News and Observer, publishing reward notice, David Evans 



5.00 
5.00 



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141 



Statejient E — Continued. 



FTjGiTrvEa FROM JUSTICE — Continued. 
March, 1916. 

Asheville Citizen, publishing reward notice, Charlie Mace 

News and Observer, publishing reward notice, murderer of J. B. Woodell 



April, 1916. 

It. H. Gray, expenses, searching for Glass child 

VV. L. House, reward for capture of David Evans _ _. 

P. C. Heavener, reward for arrest of Charles Mace _ 

Greensboro Daily News, putlishing reward notice, J. W. Brady... 

H. B. Barnes, services to Governor, investigating ,' 

R. F. Weaver, chief of police, services, special agent to Governor.. 
H. B. Barnes, services to Governor... _.. 



June, 1916. 
Asheville Citizen, publishing reward notice. Will Renfro_. 

Ed. Phillips, special agent for Governor 

W. A. Perr.v, bringing George Roaniree from Delaware... 
H. B. Barnes, services, special agent for Governor 



August, 1916. 
B. F. Widenho 



, expenses bringing W. J. Morse from Kentucky.. 



September, 1916. 

E. M. Mitchell, sheriff, arrest and return of John T. Scott 

S. P. Cowan, sheriff, bringing P. Gilbert from Texas and A. Pearsall 
from New York.. 



October, 1916. 
H. B. Barnc 



, special 



to Go 



• Craig. 



November, 1916. 
News and Observer, publishing reward notice, II. Ray and L. T. White. 

N. W. Wallace, sheriff, bringing C. S. Ayers from Texas 

The Star Publ shing Co., publishing reward notice. Will Vannoy 

H. B. Barnes, special services to Governor 

O. M. Davenport, bringing T. Jordan from Minnesota 

P. C. Gentry, reward for capture of Charlie Carroll _ 



OETTYSBtmo BATTLE OKOCND COM.UISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



Fobruary, 1916. 
T. M. Pittman, attending meeting. 



5.00 
5.00 



40.76 
200 .00 
100 .00 
5.00 
25 .00 
12.50 



May, 1916. 
R. E. Da\-is, sheriff, expenses bringing Joe Berger from New York, j 

August, 1915, and John Blue from Pennsylvania, lebruary, 1916 S 117.09 

H. B. Barnes, services, special agent for Governor ! 159.00 

H. B. Barnes, expenses, special agent for Governor ' 139.85 

H. B. Barnes, services, special agent for Governor 122.83 



5.00 
43.00 
60.18 
163 .77 



July, 1916. 

H. R. Barnes, services, special agent for Governor $ 55.00 

Walter West, reward for arrest of Tom Jordan I 100.00 

Frances Dement, stenographer, lynching, Kinston j 90.80 

George Black, chief of police, reward for arrest of George Webb ! 50.00 

The Secretary of Commonwealth, expenses, arrest of M. Page ' 1.00 



150 .00 
104.71 



10.00 

132 .65 

5.00 

56.75 
107.10 
100 .00 



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Statement EI — Continued. 



GOVERNORS TRAVEI-INO EXPENSEa. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
E. L- Horton, auto hire for Lieutenant Governor 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to New York and Columbia, S. C. ... 

January. 1916. 
Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Asheville. _ 

February, 1916. 
Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Charlotte, Asheville, and Washingtoi 
Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Norfolk, Va. 

March. 1916. 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Washington and Philadelphia 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Asheville 

April, 1916. 

Governor Lockc Craig, expenses to Taylorsville. 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Lillington and Asheville 

May, 1916. 

Governor I-ocke Craig, expenses to Winston -Salem 

Governor Locke Cruig, expenses to Washington, D. C, May 10 

Governor Locke Craig, expensps to Charlotte and Red Springs _._ 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Greensboro 

June, 1916. 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Morganton. 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses visiting fisheries 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Asheville 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Washington 

August, 1916. 
Governor Locke Craig, expenses to Washington, D. C 

October, 1916. 

Governor Locke Craig, expenses to No. Wilkesboro and Morganton... 



Total 

GUILFORD BATTLE-GROUND ASSOCIATION 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February, 1916. 
P. W. Schenck, president, appropriation, 1916 

HOG CHOLERA SERUM. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

G. M. Phillips, hogs 

P. H. Johnson, hogs 

G. A. Holderness, hogs 

W. D. McCrackin, 45 hogs 

M. B. Taylor, hogs _ 

T. L. Bland, hogs _ 

Crocker and Harris, hogs 





35.00 


35.00 








96.36 
16.30 


112.66 








40.90 
19.40 


60 30 








16.80 
38.55 


65.35 




8.15 




28.58 






27.27 






9.30 


73.30 




20.00 




13.80 






30.00 






37.00 


100.80 




35.00 






35.00 




33.59 














S 600.00 



127 .20 
,065.12 
• 992 .40 
340.00 
418.92 
110.16 
,103.20 



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Statement B — Continued. 



HOa CHOLERA 

February, 1916. 
John Roberts, hogs. 



November, 1916, 
G. M. Phillips, hogs. 



Total.. 



INDIGENT PUPILS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February, 1916. 
E, McK. Goodwin, superintendent, expenses 1915-1916, 

March, 1916. 
W. S. Cox, steward, expenses 1915-1916 , 

TotaL -- 



INHERITANCE TAX REFUND. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
March, 1916. 
L. D. Womble, appraising Norwood estate , 

May. 1916. 
Willis Smith, commissions 

L. \V. Moore, appraiser, fee, estate of A. K. Hanby... 

October, 1916. 
Clerk Superior Court, Watauga County, estate G. H.Blair, overpaym't 



INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916, 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium, A. and M. College 

Henry Perry, premium, Morganton Hospital and Capitol 

F. H. Weathers, premium, A. and M. College... _ 

J. C. Allison & Co., premium, A. and M. College and Hospital, Raleigh 
Union Trust Co., premium, A. and M. College and Hospital, Raleigh. 

Southern Real Estate Co., premium. State N. and I. College.. 

Thomas Griffith 4 Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton 

American Trust Co., premium. University of North Carolina 

Durham Reslty and Insurance Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton... 

Wallers Durham, premium, A. and M. College 

Hay Bros. & Reynolds, premium, A. and M. College 

Parker Hunter Realt.v Co., premium, A. and M. College and Hospital, 

Raleigh 

Morganton Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton 

W'. C. Lindsey Co., premium, Univerwity of North Carolina 

Charles E. Johnson, Jr., premium. Hospital, Raleigh 

Atlantic Fire Insurance Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton , 

John S. Pescud, premium, A. and M. College 



136.28 
12.00 



104.00 
175 .00 
112.00 
132 00 
210.00 

75.00 
300.00 

90.00 
200 .00 

10.00 

40.00 

180.00 
100 .00 
45.00 
60.00 
30.00 
40.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



INSURANCE ON STATE PROPERTY — continued. 

January, 1916. 


$ 40.00 
US .00 
100.00 
80.00 


















% 2,264.00 


February, 1916. 
Miller, Robins & Weill, premium, Negro Agr. and Tech. College 


% 90.00 
32.00 

37.50 
45.00 
45.00 
82.50 
50.00 
60.00 


Carolina Real Estate and Investment Co., premium, Negro Agr. and 




Real Estate and Trust Co., premium, Negro Agr. and Tech. College... 




Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium, Negro Agr. and Tech. Col. 








inomas xi. naug ^ v. ., p em , 


442.00 


March, 1916. 


$ 18.00 
22.50 
49.50 
22.50 
50.00 
40.00 
50.00 
50.00 
80.00 
40.00 
70 .CO 
9.00 
112.50 

20.00 
30.00 
80.00 


















Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium, State Hospital, Raleigh.. 
Moscley Brothers, premium, K. Carolina Teachers Training School ... 




Miller, Robins & Weill, premium, State N. and I. College 








Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium. State N. and I. College. 








Carolina Real Estate and Investment Co., premium. State N. and I. 














744.00 


April. 1916. 


i 27.00 
60.00 
50.00 












127.00 


May. 1916. 


t 225 .00 
100.00 
360.00 
360.00 
90.00 
22.5.00 
135.00 
225.00 
90.00 
180.00 
55 00 
100 .00 
16.00 
40.00 
52.00 






Chapel Hill Insurance and Realty Co., premium, Umv. of N. C 




J R Roller & Son premium. Univ. of N. C. 




Griswold Insurance and Real Estate Co., premium, Univ. of N. C 
















A. M. Maupin & Co., premium, marl grinding plant, Jones County 

Piedmont lasurance and Realty Co., premium, Appalachian Tr. School. 
Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premium, A. and M. College. _ 










2.253.00 



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Statement E — Continued. 



INSUBAN-CE ON- STATE PROPEKTT— <:onimued. 

June. 1916. 
Miller. Robins & Weill, premium, Negro Agr. and Tech. College........ 

Guilford Insurance and Realty Co., premium. Negro .\gr. and Tech. Col. 


{ 42.00 
42.00 
64.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
150.00 
130.00 








Frederick Rutledge & Co., premium. School for Deaf 


















S 728.00 


July, 1916. 


S 63.00 
60.00 
80.00 

110.00 
50.00 

100.00 
75.00 






Hickorj' Insurance and Realty Co., premium, Hospital, Morganton 

Morganton Insurance and Realty Co., premium. School for Deaf 








Frederick Rutledge Co., premium, Appalachian Training School 


538.00 
128.76 


August, 1916. 

F. R. Rose, premium. Confederate Women's Home 

Q. T. Williams, premium, school building, Pembroke 


t 60.00 
68.76 


October, 1916. 

Kinston Insurance and Realty Co., premium, Caswell Tr. School 

W. D. LaRoque, premium, Caswell Training School 


; 200.00 
100.00 




300.00 


November. 1916. 

Southern Real Estate Co., premium, State Normal 

Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co.. premium, A. and M. College. 

G. W. Montcastle, premium. Normal and Industrial College 

F. D. & T. L. Alexander, premium. Hospital, Morganton 


S 9.00 
28.80 
50.00 
60.00 
100.00 
100.00 
50.00 
50 00 
50.00 
100.00 
100 .00 
240.00 
100.00 
100.00 
60.00 
50.00 

56.00 
200.00 


Wilkinson-Bullock Co., premium. Hospital, Coldsbcro 

Home Agency Co., premium, N'ormal, Greensboro 

Anson Real Estate and Insurance Co., premium, N. and I. College 

HardUon-Craig Insurance Co., premium, N. and I. College... 

Citiiens Savings Bank and Trust Co.. premium. Caswell Tr. School... 

Union Trust Co.. premium, Caswell Training School 

Union Trust Co., premium, A. and M. College 




P. R. Allen Co., premium. Hospital, Morganton 












Raleigh Insurance and Realty Co., premiums, Experiment Station 
and A. and M. College 








Total 


1,503.80 


$ 2.000.00 


S 9,028.56 


INTEBEBT ACCOUNT, SPECIAL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
G. H. Andrews, cashier. Farmers Loan and Trust Co., New York 

April, 1916. 
Citizens National Bank, N. Y. Eichg. int. National Park Bank. 

1 


S 2,000.00 
4,312.50 


t 4,312.50 



10— Part I— I9I6 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



INTEREST ACCOtJNT, SPECIAL — continued. 

August, 1916. 

G. H. Audrews, cashier, interest on loan. National Park Bank. 



November, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, interest on loan. National Park Bank.. 



INTEREST ACCOUNT, 4 PER CENT. 

Paid on above account as follows; 



December. 1915. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



January, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



February. 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate. 



March, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate. 



April, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



May. 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



June, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer s certificate.. 



July, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



August. 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



September. 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



October, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



November, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



• ACCOUNT, 6 PER CENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



January. 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



$ 1,440.00 
540.00 



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147 



Statement B — Continued. 



INTEREST ACCOUNT. 6 PER CENT — Continued. 
February. 1916. 




450 .00 






? 450.00 


March, 1916. 




30.00 




30.00 


April, 19T6. 




12,120.00 




12,120.00 


May. 1916. 




67,080.00 




67.0S0.00 


June, 1916. 


* 


420.00 




420.00 


July, 1916. 




150.00 




150 .00 


August. 1916. 




1,440.00 




1,440.00 


October. 1916. 




11,160.00 




11.160.00 
60,900.00 


November, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate 


t 


60,900.00 




$ 


20.00 

40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20 00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 




S 155,730.00 




JCOICIART. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 




8. P. Graves and R. G. .\ll3brQ0k. attending November terra. Rocking- 












J. 0. B. Ehringhaus, attending December term. Chowan court _.. 








































































J. C. B. Eliringhaus. attending December term. Gates court 





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Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued. 

December, 1915. 

W. D. Siler, attending December term, Johnston court 

J. T-. Seawell, recording proceedings and reporting docket 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending December term, Wilson court 

S. P. Graves, attending Forsyth, Rockingham, and Caswell courts.— 
J. C. Bower, attending December term, Guilford court 

- S. B. McLean, attending December term, Robeson court 

H. E. Shaw, attending December term. Lenoir court 

C. L. AberneUiy, attending December term, Greene court 

H. L. Lyon, attending December term, Columbus court 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary, December 

O. \V. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, December 

R. B. Peebles, Judge Third District, salary, December 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary, December 

H. W. Whedbee, Judge Fifth District, salary. December 

O. H- Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary, December 

C. M. Cooke. Judge Seventh District, salary. December 

G. Rountree, Judge Eighth District, salary, December 

C. C. Lyon. Judge Ninth District, salary, December 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, December 

H. P. Lane. Judge F.leventh District, salary, December 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, December 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary, December 

W. F. Hording, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, December 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary, December 

J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary, December 

E. B. Ciine, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, December 

M. H. Justice; Judge Eighteenth District, salary, December 

F. Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, December 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary, December 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, December 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, December 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary, December. 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, December 

W. A. Hoke. Associate Justice, salary, December 

T. W. Bickett, Attorney General, salary, December 

T. H. Calvert, Assistant Attorney-General, salary, December 

Mrs. H. S. Gay, stenographer, salary. December 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, December 

Frances Strong, stenographer, salary, December 

R. H. Bradley. Supreme Court Marshal, salary, December 

H. L. Shaw. Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, December.. 



20.00 
99.20 
20.00 
60.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333.37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333.37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
333.37 
333 .37 
333.37 
333 .37 
333 .37 
429.24 
429.24 
429 .24 
429 .24 
429.24 
250 .00 
125.00 
75,00 
125 .00 
33 33 
125 .00 
30.00 



January, 1916, 
S. M. Gattis, attending six terms of court 

H. Clement, attending December term, Randolph court 

S. B. McLean, attending December term, Cumberland court.. 

J. L. Seawell, Clerk Supreme Court, salary to January 1 

. H. E. Norris, attending January term. Wake court 

G. L. Jones, attending January term, Cherokee court 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending January term, Wilson court. -. 

W. D. Siler, attending two January terms of court... 

H. E. Norris, attending January term, Franklin court 

S. B. McLean, attending January term, Cumberland court..., 

W. E. Brock, attending January term, Anson court 

S. P. Graves, attending January term, Forsyth court 

J. H. Kerr, attending January term, Warren court.. 

C. L. Abernethy, attending January term. Craven court 

M. Schenck, attending January term, Henderson court 



120 .00 
20.00 
20.00 

150 .00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20,00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 



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149 



Statement E — Continued. 



JTJDICIABT — coniinucd. 
Januaiy. 1916. - I 

W. D. Siler. aUending January term, Wayne court i $ 20.00 

C. L. Abernethy, atleuding January term, Pitt court j 20'.00 

H. E. Shaw, attending January term. Lenoir court ! 20.00 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, sal.iry, January 333.33 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, January 333.33 

R. B. Peebles, Judge Third Distncl, salary, January 333.33 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary, January : 333.33 

H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary. January 333.33 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary, January j 333.33 

C. M. Cooke. Judge Seventh District, .salary, January _J 3,33.33 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, January. [ ,333.33 

C. C. Lyon, Judge Ninth District, salary, January I 333.33 

\V. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, January. j 333.33 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, January.. . 333 33 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, January.. [ 333.33 

\V. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salary. January I 3.33.33 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, January 1 333.: 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary, January \ 333.33 

J. L. Webb, Judge Siitcenth District, salary, January j 333.33 

E. B. Cline, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, January i 333.33 

M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary, January. , 333.33 

F. Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, January I 333..33 

G. S. Ferguaon. Judge Twentieth District, salary, January | 333.33 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salarj-, January.... I 429.16 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, January.. ' 429.16 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, January I 429.16 

W. A. Hoke, .\s50ciate Justice, salary, January I 429.16 

G. IL Brown, Associate Justice, salary, January | 429.16 

T. W. Bickett, Attorney-General, salary, January 1 250.00 

T. H. Calvert, .\ssi3tant Attorney -General, salary, January , " 125.00 

Mrs. H. S. Gay, stenographer, salary, Januarj* i 75.00 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, January I 125.00 

Frances Strong, stenographer, salarj', January | 33.33 

R. H. Bradley, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, January i 125.00 

H. L. Shaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, January. ' 30.00 



February, 1916. 
H. L. Lyon, attending January term, Pender court $ 

J. C. B. Ehringbaus, attending January term, Washington and Per- 



Vi. E. Brock, attending January term, Moore court. 

S. P. Graves, attending January term. Rockingham court. 

J. C. Bower, attending January term, Guilford court 

H. L. Lyon, attending January term, Columbus court 

8. B. McLean, attending January ter 

H. Clement, attending January term 

H. E. Shaw, attending January term 

W. E. Brock, attending January terir 

H. L. Lyon, attending January term. New Ha 

8. B. McL«^an. attending January term, Robesi 



1, Hoke court 

Cabarrus court 

Duplin court 

Union court _ 

New Hanover court. 

court 

H. Clement, attending January term, Montgomery court— 

J. H. Kerr, attending January term, Halifax court 

G. L. Jones, attending January term, Haywood court , 

W. E. Brock, attending two terms of court 

H. E. Norria, attending February term. Wake court 

G. W. WiUun, attending January term, Gaston court 

R. G. AlUbrook, attending February term, Wilson court 

8. P. Graves, attending February term, Surry court 



20.00 

40.00 
20 .CO 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E) — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued, 
February, 1916. 


$ 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
125.00 
33.33 
125.00 

ao.oo 
















































































































































H. L. Shaw, .\ssistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, February 


$ 10,115.73 


March, 1916. 


$ 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20 00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 


George W. Wilson, attending January term, Mecklenburg court 








Hayden Clement, attending February term. Rowan court.— 




















Johnson J. Hayes, attending February term, Alexander court-. - 




















Johnson J. Hayes, attending March term, Yadkin court 

John C. Bower, attending February term, Davidson court 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



151 



Statement E — Continued. 



JlTDici-UlY — continited. 
March. 1916. 


t 20.00 
20.00 
20.00' 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20 00 
20.00 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
12S.00 
75.00 
125.00 
33.33 
125.00 
30.00 








































































































































































































H. L. Shaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librjiri:in, salary, March 


t 10,315.73 



April, 1916. 
G. W. Wilson, attendinK two terms Mecklenburg court.. 
R. G. Allshrook, attending March term, Martin court.. 

J. H. Kerr, attending March term, Halifax court 

J. J. Hayes, attending March term, 'Watauga court 

8. P. Graves, attending March term, Forsyth court 



40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 I 



152 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued. 
April, 1916. 


S 20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
60.00 
60.00 

20 .no 

20.00 
60.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
429.16 
429il6 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
125 .00 
33.33 
125 .00 
30.00 












J. J. Haves, attending March term, Wilkes court 








J. C. B. Eliringhaus. attending Pasquotank, Galea, and Chowan courts. 
















S. M. Gattis, attending February term. Person court 








































E. B. Peebles, Judge Third District, salary^ April 




F. A. Daniels. Judge Fourth District, salary, April . 

H. W. Whedbee, Judge Fifth District, salary, April 












W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, April 








W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, April 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, April 

T-. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, April 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary, April 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, April 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary, April 




















Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, April - 












W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, April 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary, April 

T. W. Bickett, Attorney General, salary, April 

T. H. Calvert, Assistant Attorney-General, salary, April 

Mrs. H. S. Gay. stenographer, salary, April 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, April 




R. H. Bradley, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, April 

H. L. Shaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, April 


$ 10,215.73 


May, 1916. 


t 20,00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 














Charles L. Abernethy, attending April term, Craven court 





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153 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — cfmtinued. 
May. 1916. 

G. L. Jones, attending April term, Clay court 

C. L. Abcrnethy, attending April term, Pitt court 

Michael Schenck, attending May term, Rutherford court 

G. L. Jones, attending April term, Macon court. 

J. E. Swain, attending April term. Buncombe court 

Charles L. Ahernethy, attending May term. Pamlico coiu-t 

George W, Wilson, attending March term. Mecklenburg court.. 

S. P. Graves, attending .\pril term. .Surry court 

R. G. Allsbrook. attending Slay term. Nash court 

H. E. Xorris. attending May term. Wake coiu"t 

Hayden Clement, attending .\pril term. Cabarrus court 

S. P. Graves, attending May term. Alleghany court. 

John H. Kerr, attending May term. Bertie court 

Thomas Xewland. attending April term. Polk court 

S. B. McLean, attending May term. Cumberland court 

Thomas Xewland. attending May term. Burke court 

W. E. Brock, attending May term. .Scotland court 

J. J. Hayes, attending April term. Avery court 

John C. Bower, attending May term. Guilford court 

H. L. Lyon, attending May term. Xew Hanover court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending May term. Beaufort court 

W. D. Siler. attending May term. Chatham court 

H. E. Xorris. attending May term. Franklin court 

R. G. Allsbrook. attending May term, Wilson court.— 

S. P. Graves, attending May term, Rockingham court 

W. D. Siler, attending May term. Harnett court 

J. H. Kerr, attending May term, Vance court ., 

S. B. McLean, attending March term. Bladen court 

W. E. Brock, attending May term. Moore coiut 

S. P. Graves, attending May term. Forsyth court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending May term. Hyde court... 

W.M. Bond. Judge First District, salary. May 

G. W. Connor. Judge Second District, salary. May.. 

R'. B. Peebles, Judge Third District, salary. May 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary. May 

H. W. Whedbee, Judge Fifth District, salary. May 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary. May 

C. M. Cooke. Judge Seventh District . salary. May 

W. P. Stacy. Judge Eighth District, salary, May.. 

C. C. Lyon, Judge Xinth District, salary. May 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary. May 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary. May 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary. May 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salar)'. May 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary. May 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary. May 

J. L. Webb. Judge Sixteenth District, salary. May 

E. B. ("line. Judge Seventeenth District, salary. May 

M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary, May 

Frank Carter, Judge Xineteenth District, salary. May 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salary. May 

Hayden Clement , attending May term. Rowan court 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salarj'. May 

W. R. Allen. Associate Justice, salary. May _ 

P. D. Walker. .Vssociate Justice, salary. May 

W. A. Hoke. Associate Justice. salar>'. May ' 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary. May 

T. W. Bickctt. Attorney-General, salary. May 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 



20.00 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 1 
250.00 



154 



Document Ko. 5 



[Session 



Statement e; — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — conti7t uetl. 
May, 1916. 

T. H. Calvert, Assistant Attorney-General, salarj-. May... 


S 125.00 
75.00 

125.00 
33.33 

125.00 
30.00 




















H. L. Sbaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary. May 


$ 10,315.73 


June. 1916. 


$ 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
100.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
60.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 

86.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
125.00 
33.33 


















R. G. AUsbrook, attending June term, Edgecombe court 
















































J. L. Seawell, Clerk Supreme Court, recording proceedings and pre- 




















R. B. Peebles, Judge Third District, salary, June 










• 


































































































Frances L. Strong, stenographer, salary, June . 





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155 



Statement E — Continued. 



JTDICURT— fonf.nufj. 
June, 1916. 


$ 125.00 
30.00 










S 10.161.73 


July. 1916. 


; 20.00 
20.00 
150.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333..33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
125.00 
33.33 
125.00 
30.00 






J. L. .Seawell, .Supreme Court Clerk, salary to July 1st 












































































H. W. VVhedbee. Judge Fifth District, salar)', July. .. 




























T. J. .Shaw. Judge Twelfth District, salary, July 
























































T. W. Birkett, Attorney-fleneral, salarj-, July.. .. 






























t 9,772.40 


August. 1916. 


t 40.00 
40.00 
20.00 






G. L. Jones, attending July term, Swain court 





156 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



August, 1916. 


$ 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20 .00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
«33.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333 .33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
250.00 
125.00 
75.00 
125 .00 
33.33 
135 .00 
30.00 












J. C. B. Ehi-inghaiis. attending August term, Waskington court 




















































































































































































H. L. Shaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, August ., 


% 9,722.40 


September, 1916. 


S 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 






















Hayden Clement, attending August term, Cabarrus court 





1917" 



Document 'No. 5 



157 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued. 
September, 1916. 

II. L. Lyon, attending August term, Columbus court 

R. L. Huffman, attendinir August term, Caldwell court. 

Johnson J. Hayes, attending August term, Yadkin court.- 

H. E. Shaw, attending .\ugust term, Lenoir court 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending .September term. Nash court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending September term, Currituck court 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending September term, Wilson court 

S. M. Gattis, attending five terms of court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending September term, Chowan court 

R. 0. Allsbrook, attending September term, Edgecombe court 

\V. D. Siler. attending September term, Harnett court 

Johnson J. Hayes, attending September term, Watauga court 

G. L. Jones, attending .September term, Graham court 

C. L. Abernethy, attending September term. Craven court 

H. L. Lyon, attending September term. New Hanover court.. 

Michael Schenck, attending September t^rm, McDowell court 

Hayden Clement, attending .\ugust term, Davie court 

R, L. Huffman, attending September term, Polk court 

J. H. Kerr, attending September term, Warren court 

S. P. Graves, attending September term, Forsyth court 

G. W. Wilson, attending .\ugust term, Mecklenburg court 

R. G. Allsbrook, attending September term, Martin court.. 

Hayden Clement, attending September term, Randolph court 

John C. Bower, attending September term, Guilford court 

W. E. Brock, attending .September term, Anson court 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salarj', September 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, September 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salarj', September 

H. W. \Miedbee, Judge Fifth District, salarj*, .September 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary, September _.. 

C. M. Cooke, Judge .Seventh District, salary, September 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary. September 

C. C. Lyon. Judge Ninth District, salary, September 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, September 

H. P. Lane, Juclge Eleventh District, salarj', September 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, .September 

W. J. Adams, Judge Thirteenth District, salary, September 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salarj', September 

B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salarj', September 

J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, September . 

£. B. Cline, Judge Seventeenth District, salary, September.. 

M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salarj', ,September 

Frank Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, September 

G. S. Ferguson, Judge Twentieth District, salarj', September 

H. E. Norris, attending .September term. Wake court 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salarj'. September 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salarj', September 

P. D. Walker, Associate Justice, salary, September 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salarj', ,September 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salarj', JSeptembcr.. 

T. W, Bickett, Attomej'-General, salarj', .September __ 

T. H. Calvert. .Assistant Attorney-General, salary, .September 

Mre. H. S. Gay. stenographer, salary, September. 

R. C. Strong, .Supreme ('ourt Reporter, salary, .September 

Frances L. Strong, stenographer, salarj', September 

R. H. Bradlej', ,*<upremc Court Marshal, salarj', .September 

H, L. Shaw, Assistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, September... 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
100.00 
20.00 1 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
• 20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20,00 
20.00 
20.00 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333,33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
20.00 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
2S0.00 
129.00 
75.00 
125.00 
33.33 
125.00 
30,00 



158 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued. 
October, 1916. 

F. D. Winston, Judge Third District, salary, July 8 to October 1, 1916. t 922.22 
J. C B. Ehringhaus, attending September term. Pasquotank court.. 20.00 
W. E. Brock, attending September term, Richmond court 20.00 

G. W. Wilson, attending October term. Mecklenburg court 20.00 

J. H. Kerr, attending October term, Vance court 20.00 

S. B. McLean, attending September term, Cumberland court 20.00 

Thomas Newland Estate, attending August term, Burke court 20.00 

G. L. Jones, attending October term. Clay court 20.00 

Hayden Clement, attending September term. Rowan court . 20.00 

J. J. Hayes, attending September term, Alexander court... 20.00 

G. L. Jones, attending September term, Haywood court 20.00 

G. W. Wilson, attending September term, Mecklenburg court 20.00 

R. G. AUsbrook, attending October term, Wilson court 20.00 

J. E. Swain, attending August term, Madison court 20.00 

H. E. Shaw, attending October term, Onslow court. 20.00 

J. E. Swain, attending September term. Buncombe coui^ 20.00 

W. M. Bond, Judge First District, salary. October 333 

G. W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, October 333.33 

F. D. Winston, Judge Third District, salary, October 333 

F. A. Daniels, Judge Fourth District, salary. October 333.33 

H. W. Whedbee, Judge Fifth District, salary, October 333.33 

O. H. Allen, Judge Sixth District, salary, October 333.33 

C. M. Cooke, Judge Seventh District, salary, October i 333.33 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, October... 333.33 

C. C. Lyon, Judge Ninth District, salary, October 333.33 

W. A. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, October 333.33 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, salary, October.. 333.33 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, October 333.33 

W. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salary. October 333 

W. F. Harding, Judge Fourteenth District, salary, October 333.33 

B. F. Long, Judge Fifteenth District, salary. October 333.33 

J. L. Webb, Judge Sixteenth District, salary, October 333.33 

E. B. Cline. Judge .Seventeenth District, salary, October 333 

M. H. Justice, Judge Eighteenth District, salary, October 333.33 

Frank Carter, Judge Nineteenth District, salary, October 333.33 

G. S. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary, October 333.33 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, salary, October 429.16 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, October 429.16 

P. D. W'alker, Associate Justice, salary, October 429.16 

W. A, Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, October... 429.16 

G. H. Brown, Associate Justice, salary, October 429.16 

T. W. Bickett, Attorney-General, salary, October.... 250.00 

T. H. Calvert, Assistant -\ttorney-General. salary, October 125.00 

Mrs. H. .S. Gay, stenographer, salary, October 75.00 

R. C. Strong, Supreme Court Reporter, salary, October 125.00 

F. L. Strong, stenographer, salary. October 33.33 

R. H. Bradley, .Supreme Court Marshal, salary, October 125.00 

H. L. Shaw, .\ssistant Supreme Court Librarian, salary, October 30.00 

H. E. Norris, attending October term. Wake court 20.00 

H. L. Lyon, attending October term, Brunswick court 20.00 

Michael Schenck, attending October term, Henderson court- 20.00 

John C. Bower, attending special term, Guilford court 20.00 

H. E. Shaw, attending October term, I^enoir court 20.00 

Michael Schenck, attending October term, Rutherford court 20.00 

W. E. Brock, attending October term. Union court.. 20.00 

R. L. Huffman, attending October term, Lincoln court 20.00 

H. E. Norris, attending October term, Franklin court 20.00 

S. P. Graves, attending OctoVjer term, Forsyth court 20.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



159 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDlciARr — continued. 
October, 1916. 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending October term, Hyde court 

S. P. Graves, attending October term, Ashe court 

Charles L. Abernethy, attending October term, Carteret court.. 
Garland E. Midgette, attending October term, Hertford court.. 

Hayden Clement, attending October term, Iredell court 

Johnson J. Hayes, attending October term, Avery court 



Novsmber, 1916. 
John C. Bower, attending October term, Stokes court j 

G. L. Jones, attending October term, Jackson and Swain courts i 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending October term. Dare court j 

Michael Schenck, attending October term, Yancey court 

Johnson J, Hayes, attending October term, Catawba court 

S. P. Graves, attending October term, Surry court 

George \V. Wilson, attending October term, Gaston co>irt 

C. L. Abernethy, attending October term, Pamlico court 

J. C. B. EhringhauE. attending Xovember term. Perquimans court. 

H. E. Norris, attending Xovember term. Wake court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus. attending Xovember term, Camden court 

W. D. Siler, attending November term, Lee court 

R. L. Huffman, attending October term, Cleveland court 

G. L, Jones, attending November term, Cherokee court 

W. D. Siler, attending October term, Chatham court 

G. W. Wilson, attending November term, Mecklenburg court 

H, L. Lyon, attending Xovember term, Pender court 

S. B. McLean, attending .September term, Robeson court 

S. B. McLean, Xovember term, Robeson court 

H. E, Shaw, attending .Xovember term, .Sampson court 

Hayden Clement, attending October term. Cabarrus court 

C. L. Abernethy. attending November term, Pitt court 

J. C. B. Ehringhaus, attending November term, Beaulort court 

S. P. Graves, attending November term, Rockingham court 

W. M. Bond, Judge ?"irst District, salary, November 

G, W. Connor, Judge Second District, salary, November 
F. D. Winston, Judge Third District, salary, November 

F. X. Daniels. Judge Fourth District, salary, November 
H. W. Whedbee. Judge Fifth District, salary, November 

O. H. Allen. Judge Sixth District, salary, November 

C. M. Cooke, Judge .-Seventh District, salary, .November 

W. P. Stacy, Judge Eighth District, salary, November 

C. C. Lyon, Judge -Xinth District, salary, November 

W. .\. Devin, Judge Tenth District, salary, November 

H. P. Lane, Judge Eleventh District, saUry, November.... 

T. J. Shaw, Judge Twelfth District, salary, .November 

W. J. Adams. Judge Thirteenth District, salarj-, November 

W. F. Harding. Jutlge Fourteenth District, salary. November 
B. F. Long. Judge Fifteenth District, salary. Xovember 
J. L. Webb. Judge .Sixteenth District, salary. Xovember 
E. B. Cline, Judge ,Si>ventecnth District, salary, November 
M. H. Justice. Judge Eighteenth District, salary, November 
Frank Carter, Judge .Nineteenth District, salary, November 

G. 8. Ferguson. Judge Twentieth District, salary, November 

Walter Clark, Chief Justice, sahiry. November 

W. R. Allen, Associate Justice, salary, November 

P. D, Walker, Associate Justice, salary, November " 

W. A. Hoke, Associate Justice, salary, .November 

G. H. Brown. Asauriate Justice, salary, November 

T. W. Bickett, Attorney-General, salary, November 



20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 



20.00 

40.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

20.00 

333.33 

333 .33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 

333.33 



333.33 
333.33 
333.33 
333 .33 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 
429.16 I 
260.00 ' 



160 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



JUDICIARY — continued. 
November, 1916. 

T. H. Calvert, Assistant Attorney-General, salary, November 

Mrs. H. S. Gay, stenographer, salary, November.. 

R. C. Strong, .Supreme Court Reporter, salary, November 

F. L. Strong, stenographer, salary, November 

R. H. Bradley, Supreme Court Marshal, salary, November.. 

H. L. Shaw, Assistant .Supreme Court Librarian, salary, November 

Total 

laborers' pay roll. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll... 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

January, 1916. 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C, C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

February, 1916. 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

Walter Dunston, messenger. Governor's Office 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

March. 1916. 

C. C. Cherry, Superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll.. 

April, 1916. 

C. C. Cherrj'. superintendent, weekly Pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll... 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll... 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly Pay roll 

May, 1916. 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll. 

June, 1916. 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

Alpheus Branch, 15 days commutation to June 18 

Frank Smith, 15 days commutation to June 18 

C. C. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 



125.00 
75.00 

125 .00 
33.33 

125.00 
30.00 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309 .12 
309.12 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



309.12 

4.50 

309.12 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



309.12 
309 .12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



19.29 
10.71 
300.12 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



161 



Statement E — Continued. 



laborers' pat roll — continued. 



Qmutation to July 4, 
i days commutation of the 15 allowed 




June, 1916. 
Handy Lee, 15 da 
Gurney Kennedy, 
L. G. Cherrj', superintendent, weekly pay 

July, 1916, 

L. G. Cherrj'. superintendent, weekly pay roll _ _ $ 

C. W. H. Creighton. 15 days commutation to July 15 

L. G. Cherrj', superintendent, weekly pay roll __ __ 

David WriEht. 15 days commutation to July 23 

W. C. Horton, 15 days commutation to July 25 

L. G, Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll _ 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

S. Newton Dunston. 15 days commutation to August 6 

William H. Jeffrey, 15 days commutation to August 8. __ 

L. G. Cherr>-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

J. J. Weaver, messenger, 15 days commutation to August 13.. 

C. E. Barrow, 15 days commutation to August 15 __. 

H. R. Williamson, 15 days commutation to August 15.. 



August, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

G. G. Kennedy, 10 days commutation to Augtist 15 (balance).. 

Allen Lambert. 15 days commutation to August 20 

N. L. Shaw, 15 days commutation to .\ugust 20 

W. D. Lambert, 15 days commutation to .\ugust 20 

L. G. Cherr>', superintendent, weekly pay roll.. _ 

W. J. Bridgers. 15 dajs commutation to August 27 

W. D. Terry. 15 days commutation to August 28 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

Emanuel Jones, 15 days commutation to September 6 

L. G. Cherrj-. superintendent, weekly pay roll 



September, 1916, 

L. G. Cherr>-. superintendent, weekly pay roll.. { 

L. G. Cherr>-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

S. J. Hawkins. 15 days commutation to .September 24 

A. J. Grant. 15 days commutation to September 24. 

George Alston. 15 days commutation to .September 24 

L. G. Cherr>', superintendent, weekly pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll _ 

L. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

October, 1916. 

L. G. Cherrj', superintendent, weekly pay roll 

I/, G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly pay roll "" 

L. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

I-. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 



November, 1916.. 

L. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly paj- roll • 

1/. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, w-eeklj- pay roll 

L. G. Cherrj-, superintendent, weekly pay roll 

L. G. Cherry, superintendent, weekly pay roll 



300.12 
7.41 

305.26 
22.50 
37.50 

286.12 

281.12 
15.00 
22.50 

285.62 
22.50 
38.57 
22.50 



291 .62 
20.00 
15.00 
32.14 
30.00 

281 .62 
37.50 
39.64 

277.12 
22.50 

303.98 



309.12 
309.12 
22.50 
25.71 
22.50 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



309.12 
309.12 
309.12 
309.12 



11-Part 1—1916 



162 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



LEGAL SERVICES AND EXPENSES. 










Paid on above account as follows: 










December, 1915. 










Dr. A. Anderson, services to Governor, Charles E. Trnll 






22.50 








S 22 .50 


January, 1916. 






Dr. John MeCampbell, expenses, TruU case 






32.95 
28.50 












61.45 


Mansh, 1916. 






T. W. Biekett, fee. Insurance Commissioner, Borglum case 






1.00 








1.00 


May, 1916. 












100.00 
500.00 




Cameron Morrison, fee, rate cases,'Interstate Commerce Commission^ 


600.00 


June, 1916. 














500.00 








500 .00 


September, 1916. 






W. S. Privott, services in 6sh cases 






60.00 
100.00 












160.00 


October, 1916. 






Cameron Morrison, balance fee and expenses, Royster Guano ca 


""^ 




400.00 


400 .00 


November, 1916. 












4.90 








4.90 








Total 


$ 1,749.85 






LEGISLATIVE EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 




Paid on above account as follows: 










December, 1915. 














S 


47.20 
15.00 
25.00 
25.00 
41.20 








C. A. Separk, services to committee 








J. J. Laughinghouse, per diem and expenses 








43.20 

86.90 












S 283.50 


















Paid on above account as follows: 




January, 1916. 










li. U, L:i'\'. State Treasiuer, note, Farmers Loan and Trust Co 


, N.Y.. 


i 


00,000.00 


S 100,000.00 








March, 1916. 










National Park Bank, New York City, part payment on note du 


e April 








1, 191R.-- 
















175,000.00 








July, 1916, 














t 100.000.00 1 












100,000.00 








Total 


$ 375,000.00 







1917] 



Document No. 5 



163 



Statement E3 — Continued. 



Paid on above ai't-ount as 
December, 1915. 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Median, gardener, week's wages 

YounE & Hughes, plumbing repairs 

Carolina Power and Light Co., light*, etc... 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone service 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice tickets 

J. C. Brantley, soap, water, etc 

Thompson Electrical Co., electrical repairs., 

E. H. .\ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. MedUn, gardener, week's wages 

Raleigh Water Department, water _. 

Alfred Williams & Co., toilet paper _ 

E. H. .\ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages _ 

E. H. -\ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. .-iycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 



14.00 
14.00 
18.91 
22.54 
4.50 
5.00 
9.65 
4.70 
14.00 
14.00 
10.70 
1.50 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 



Januaiy, 1916. 

"it'oung & Hughes, plumbing repairs 

M. Rosenthal & Co., candles, etc 

Raleigh Water Department, water 

CaroUna Power and Light Co., lights 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

W. B. Mann & Co., soap 

Toyland Co., supplies 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice, December 

Carolina Hardware Co., ice shaver 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

G. L Vinson Co., new boiler, per contract.. 

J. C. BrautU'y, soap and water 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages... 

J. F. MedUn, gardener, week's wages 

E. H. .Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 



10.90 
1.25 
9.35 
27.56 
14.00 
14.00 
3.20 
6.75 
10 .00 
.40 
14.00 
14.00 
4.50 
215.00 
11.90 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 



February, 1916. 
Carolina Power and Light Co., lights 

E. H. .\ycock, watehnian, week's wages.. 

J. F. Medhn, gardener, week's wages 

C. Powell, labor 

F. C. Doyle, electrical repairs 

Raleigh Water Department, water ., 

Johnson & Johnson Co., ice tickets , 

Boylan-Pearce Co., spreads 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

C. Powell, work 

W. N. Stack, trees 

E. H. .Aycock, watchman, week's wages. 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, wheelbarrow, etc.. 



28.22 
14.00 
14.00 i 
5.25 I 
1.50 
16.10 
5.00 
3.00 
14.00 
14.00 
3.25 I 
28 .00 
14.00 I 
14.00 
8.05 



164 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION AND GROUNDS — Continued. 
February. 1916. 

Ed. Umstead. fertilizer 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week'i 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's w 
K. Hunter, work 



March, 1916. 

Royall & Borden Co., two gallons fl 

H. T. Hicks, veneer-. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights and fuel 
Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs 
E. H. Aycock, watchman, wi 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, week 
Thompson Electrical Co., repairs. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 
Johnson & Johnson Co., ice tickets. 
W. B. Mann & Co., soap, etc..- 

Toyland Co., crockery, etc 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages. 

Ed. I'msted, manure... , 

Raleigh Water Department, water. 

Darnell & Thomas, records, etc 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week'i 

M. R. Haynes, repairs, furniture, 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages, 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

M. R. Haynes, repairs to furniture. 



c\'eek'; 



April. 1916. 

E. H. Aycock, watchna 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, 

D. Newton, repairs to steps. 

Carolina Power and Light Co., lights. 
Johnson & Johnson Co., ice tickets. 
William Sims, work 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages. 
Young & Hughes, plumbing repairs. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 
Raleigh Water Department, water. 
E. H. Aycock. watchman, week's wages, 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, w 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, 15 days commutation to April 30, 
E. H. Aycock, watchman, week 

D. T. Ham. gardener, week's wages. 
T. H. Bripgs & Sons, hard 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

D. T. Hani, gardener, week 

May. 1916. 
Johnson & Johnson Co., ice ticket 
CaroUna Power and Light Co., lights, etc 
T. F. Brockwell, repairs to lock 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages, 
J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 
Raleigh Water Department, water. 
E. H. Aycock. watchman, 15 days commutation 




1917] 



Document No. 5 



165 



Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION -vND GROUNDS— Continued . 
May, 1916. 


i 6.00 
1.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
.50 
3.00 
14.00 
14.00 
















D. T. Ham, watchman, week's wages. -.. -.. 

J. F. Metilin, gardener, week's wages _-- 


















$ 199.90 


June. 1916. 


t 2.55 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
10.00 

2.00 
14.00 
14.00 
11.04 
14.00 
14.00 

4.50 

3.60 
14.00 
14.00 

4.55 
14.25 


E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 




Carolina Power and Light Co., lights, etc.- 




J. L. O'Quinn & Co.. flowers. 

E. H. Aycock. watchman, week's wages 
















Caesar Powell. 3 days' work 






















178 .49 


July, 1916. 


S 14.00 
14.00 
13.10 
10.00 
10.20 
14.00 
14.00 

6.75 
14.00 
14.00 

4.50 

3.75 
14.00 
14.00 

8.25 
14.00 
14.00 

3.75 










































W. S. Syms, work-- 






























200^30 


August. 1916. 

C»sar Powell, work... 


{ 2.25 
10.42 
10.00 
14.00 
14.00 
12.22 
4.50 






















Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone rent '. 





166 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



MANSiox AND GROUNDS — continued. 
August, 1916. 


$ 65 .80 

14 .on 
14 .00 
6.75 
5.25 
14.00 
14.00 
.35 
12.00 
14.00 
14.00 
67.00 












































M. E. Prince, wood.- 






$ 298.54 


September, 1916. 


S 14 .00 

14.00 
1,140.00 

1.75 
10.00 

1.25 
14.18 

2.50 
12.39 
14.00 
14.00 

4.50 

4.50 
14.00 
14.00 

3.00 

1.40 
14.00 
14.00 

9.00 

7.50 
14.00 
14.00 
200.00 

9.00 














Johnson & Johnson Co., ice - 






















































































1,560.97 


October, 1918. 


S 22.50 
23.75 
1.20 
20.90 
.45 
12.14 
653 ,50 
14 .00 
14.(» 
5.00 
81.40 
4.50 
14.00 
14.00 
3.00 
1.75 
75.00 
2.50 .00 






H. T. Hiclis Co., veneer, etc 








Toj-land Co., strainer... 




























Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 












Sim Lee, work 












A. E. Glenn, part payment for work _ 





19171 



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167 



Statement E — Continued. 



MANSION AND GROUNDS — continued. 

October, 1916. 

F. J. Thurston, repair work... - 

Benj. F. McClamroch & Co., material 

Thompson Electrical Co., repairs.. _ 

Sanitary .Steam Laundry, services 

Darnell & Thomas, records and needles 

E. H. .Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Modlin. gardener, week's wages 

Joseph F. Ferrall, services and expenses, buying carpets.. 

E. H. .\ycock. watchman, week's wages. 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages.. 

November, 1916. 

Thomas H. Briggs & .Sons, supplies 

Farmer-Cole Plumbing Co., repair work 

Johnson & Johnson Co., coal and ice 

Carolina Power and Light Co.. lights and gas 

W. P. Baker Co ., repair work 

J. F. Medlin. gardener, week's wages 

E. H. Aycock, watchman, week's wages 

E. H. .\ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages.. 

The Toyland Co., glasses and brooms 

M . A. Moser, repairs 

A. E. Glenn, painting 

City of Raleigh, water rent, October 

Alfred WiUiams & Co.. paper 

R . Stengel, work 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., service 

E. H. .-\ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Thomas H. Briggs & Sons, hardware. 

McDonald & Thomas, supplies 

J. C. Brantley, soap, etc 

W. B. Mann & Co., soap, etc 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., special paper 

E. H. ,4ycock, watchman, week's wages 

J. F. Medlin, gardener, week's wages 

Locke Craig, refund on furniture,. 

Total 



51,84 
38.95 

5.50 
17.05 

2.25 
14.00 
14.00 
161.00 
14.00 
14.00 



40,05 

4.60 
187.21 
28.56 
14.31 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 
14.00 

4.15 
16S.05 
331.00 
17.96 

2.03 
90.00 

4,50 
14.00 
14.00 

2.15 
15.50 

3.35 

2.70 
12.00 
14.00 
14.00 
95.00 



Paid on abo^•( 



December, 1915. 

Locke Craig, Gove 
Locke Craig. Gove 



, week's wages for servants.. 
. week's wages for servants.. 



Locke Craig. Governor, week's wages for servants.. 



Locke Craig, G( 
Locke Craig, Gi 



, week's wages for servants. . 
, week's wages for servants.. 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



January, 1916. 
Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, CJi 
Locke Craig. Ci 



week's wages for servants., 
week's wages for servants., 
week's wages for servants., 
week's wages for servants.. 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



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Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued, 



MANSION, SERVANT HI 

February, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 

March. 1916 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 



April, 1916. 

Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G> 



vernor, week's wages 
, week 's wages 
, week's wages 
, week's wages 



Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 

May, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 

June, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 

July. 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages 



August, 1916. 




Locke Craig, Govern 


or. week 


Locke Craig. Govern 


or, week 


Locke Craig, Govern 


or, week 


Locke Craig, Govern 


or. week 



September, 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's 
Locke Craig, Governor, week's 



October, 1916. 

Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G' 
Locke Craig, G 
Locke Craig, G< 



servants. - 
servants., 
or servants- 
servants.. 



servants- 
servants- 
or servants., 
ervants- 



servants- 
servants.. 
OT servants., 
servants., 
servants.. 



servants.. 

or servants.. 

servants.. 

servants.. 



servants. - 
'or servants.. 

servants., 
or servants. - 



' servants.. 
: servants.. 
: servants.- 
r servants- 
r servants.. 



r servants.. 
r servants.. 
r servants.. 
r servants.. 



: servants.. 
" servants.. 
: servants.. 

■ servants.. 

■ servants.. 



r servants.. 
r servants.. 
r servants., 
r servants.. 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 

14.50 



14.50 
14.50 
14.50 

14.50 



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169 



Statement E — Continued. 

MANSION, SERVANT HIRE — Continued. 
November. 1916. 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages for servants 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages for servants 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages for servants — 

Locke Craig, Governor, week's wages for servants - 

Total,.- 

MATTAMUSKEET RAILWAY NOTE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
November, 1916. 
Bank of Belhaven. note with interest and costs _ 

MITCHELL PEAK PARK COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
July, 1916. 
J. R. Young, surveying and expenses 

August, 1916. 
Louis English, Clerk Superior Court, purchase price park site 

October, 1916. 

A. J. Hutchins, services to commissioners.. 

R. \V. Wilson, sen'ices to commissioners.-- 

J. F. Hensley, ser\'ices to commissioners 

A. H. Proffitt. services to commissioners 

November, 1918. 

E. F. Watson, expenses. __ 

M. C. Honeycutt, expenses 

Louis English, Clerk Superior Court, bal. purchase prire and expenses 

Total 

moore's creek battle-ground association. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
July, 1916. 
George J. Moore, president, appropriation, 1916 

negro agrictltural and technical college. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 
J. B. Dmiloy, preeidenl. part appropriation for support, 1916 

January, 1916. 
J. H. Dudley, president, appropriation for improvements. 1916 

February, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support 

March, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support _.. 



i 


14.50 
14.50 
14.50 
14.50 










$ 


58.00 






i 


754.00 



14.70 
38.20 
61.40 
61.50 



3.44 

16.27 

9,954.72 



S 1.562.56 



S 500.00 



$ 


2,000.00 


S 2.000.00 


s 


2.000.00 






2,000.00 


t 


1,750.00 






1,750.00 


t 


1,750.00 







1.7.50.00 



170 Document 'No. 5 

Statement E — Continued. 

NEGRO AGRICULTURAL AND TECHNICAL COLLEGE — continued. 

April, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support 

May, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support, 1916 

July, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president. Federal appropriation, 1916 

September, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, appropriation for support, 1916 _. 

October, 1916. 
J. B. Dudley, president, balance appropriation, 1916— 

Total 

NORTH CAROLINA AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL COLLEGE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

January, 1916. 

B, R, Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, land scrip fund 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Smith-Lever fund, 1915 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio. Federal appropriation. Hatch & Adams 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

February, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Smith-Lever fund, 1916 

B. R, Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

Marcb, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

May. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

June, 1916. 
B. R. Lacj-, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building _ 

July, 1916, 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio. Federal appropriation, 1916 

August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, land scrip fund 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Smith-Lever appropriation 

September, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, Smith-Lever fund 

October, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, fire loss - 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 



[Session 



3,750.00 
11,477.00 

7,500.00 
10,000.00 



16,476.33 
10,000.00 



10,000.00 
3,760.00 
5,000.00 



62.45 
10,000.00 



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171 



Statemesi E — Continued. 



GRICULTrRAL AXD UECHA^'ICAL COLLEGE — continued. I 

November, 1916. 
B. R. Lary, Treasurer ez officio, bal. appropriation for support. 1916. _. $ 13.000.00 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, balance appropriation for Agricultural ' 
Extension Work ---_ 6,477.00 



December, 1915. 

W. t!. Rankin, t 



BOARD OF HEALTH. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
appropriation, 1916 ^. 



March, 1916. 
W. .'>. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. 



May, 1916. 

W. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation. 1916.. 



June, 1916. 

W. S. Rankin, t 



July, 1916. 

W, S. Rankin, tr 



August, 1916. 

W. .«. Rankin, t 



, appropriation. 1916-. 
. appropriation. 1916.. 



October, 1916. 

\V. S. Rankin, t 



appropriation, 1916.. 



November, 1916. 

W. .S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. 
W. .'5. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. 



NORTH CAROH.VA CORPORATION COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

E. L. Tra\*i9, Commissioner, salary, December 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, December 

G. P. Pell. Commissioner, salary, December 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salarj-, December 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, salary, December.. 

W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary, December 

E. G. Rirldick. assistant clerk, salary, December 

Meta Adams, assistant clerk, salary, December 

J. S. Grinin, tax clerk, Balar>*, December 

O. S. Thompson, assistant clerk, salary, December 

M>Ttlc Gates, assistant clerk, salary, December 



appropriation. 1916 _ t 6,000.00 



September, 1916. 
\V. S. Rankin, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. % 5,000.00 



t 7,000.00 
8.600.00 



291 .74 
291 .74 
291 .74 
250.00 
225.00 
125 .00 
125 .00 
100.00 
166.74 
125.00 
100.00 



172 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION — Continued. 

December, 1915. 


S 200 .00 

150.00 
125.00 


















$ 2,566.96 


January. 1916. 


$ 291 .66 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225 .00 
125 .00 
125 .00 
100.00 
200 .00 
125.00 
100.00 
200 .00 
150.00 
125.00 






























J. S. Griffin, tax clerk, salary. Januarv... 


















Jannarv„_ 












2,599.98 


February, 1916. 


$ 291 .66 

291.66 
291.66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
125 .00 
































































2,599.98 


March, 1916. 


$ 291 .66 

291 .66 
291 .66 
250 .00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125 .00 
100.00 
200 .00 
150 .00 
125.00 
















































March 














April, 1916. 


$ 291 .66 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225 .00 












A. J. Maxwell, clerk, salarv, April 




W. G. Womble. rate clerk, salary, April 





19171 



Document No. 5 



173 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMSUSSION — COntlllUed. 

April, 1916. 


$ 125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150.00 






































S 2,624.98 


May, 1916. 


t 291 .66 

291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225 .00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125 .00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150.00 


W. T. Lee, Commissioner, salary, May 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary. May 

A. J. Maxwell, chief clerk, salary. May 




W. G. Barnes, stenographer, salary. May __ 
























John G. Nichols, assistant bank examiner, salary. May 






2,624.98 


June. 1916. 


t 291 .66 

291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150.00 
























































2,624.98 


July. 1916. 


t 291 .66 

291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125 .00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150.00 


W T 1.<.p, CnmmisRitmer, salary, .Inly 




G. P. Pell, Commissioner, salary, July 





















































174 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION — continued. 

August, 1916. 


$ 291 .66 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125 .00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150 .00 


























































S 3,624.9 


September, 1916. 


S 291 .60 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
150.00 
























































2,634.9 


October, 1916. 


$ 291 .66 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225.00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200 .00 
150.00 
150.00 

% 291 .66 
291 .66 
291 .66 
250.00 
225 .00 
125.00 
125.00 
100.00 
200.00 
125 .00 






















































November, 1916. 


2.634.9 


































0. S. Thompson, assistant clerk, salary, November 





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175 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION — continued. 

November, 1916. 


( 100.00 
200.00 
150.00 
130.00 


















( 2,624.98 




$ 9.53 
247.85 
40.00 
266.00 
10.00 
3.00 
31.55 
49.14 
96.70 
36.25 
253.10 
29.45 
33.10 
23.15 




i 31,366.74 






NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION, CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 












A. J. Hauser, traveling auditor, salary and expenses, November 

W. T. Lee. Commis.-*ioner, expense account to November 17, 1915 

Phillips Publishing Corporation. Gregory's ReWsal, bienniel, 1915 
















C. H. Ray. traveling auditor, services and expenses, November ._ 








W. G. Womble, rate clerk, expenses to Washington. D. C 


$ 1.128.84 


January, 1916. 
T. W. Fenner. traveling auditor, salary and expenses, December 


S 208.40 
40.00 
30.30 
240.15 
247.92 
10.00 
25.00 
76.60 
12.75 
8.75 

2.00 


W. T. Lee, Comniissiomr. expense account. 

A. J. Hauaer. traveling auditor, services and expenses, December 

C. H. Ray, traveling auditor, services and expenses, December .'-_. 

A. J. Hauser. traveling auditor, additional expenses. December 




Hulse & Allen, services to Commission 




Louis Thompson, services to Commission 

Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co.. U. S. Supreme Court Adv. 






901 .S7 


February. 1916. 
Ila B;i rnei*. salar^^ January 


% 40.00 
11.50 
40.80 
46.04 
10.00 


A. J. Hauser, traveling auditor, services and expenses, January 










lifl 14 


March, 1916. 


t 40.00 
19.15 
60.40 
36.60 
6.06 
51.90 
10.85 






























224.96 



176 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



CAROLINA 



: COMMISSION, CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 



April, 1916. 

Ila Barnes, salary, March 

W. T. Lee, expense account 

E. L. Travis, expense account 

E. L. Travis, expense account 

Georfie P. Pell, expense account. Rocky Mount 

A. J. Maxwell, expense account, April. 

May, 1916. 

Ila Barnes, salary, April 

Stearns Engraving Co., cuts 

Dobbin-Farrall Co., sweeper 

George P. Pell, expense account.. 

A. J. Maxwell, expense account 

George P. Pell, expense account 

E. L. Travis, expense account _^ 

W. G. Womble, expense account 

June, 1916. 

Hulse & Allen, copies Caldwell's Records 

E. R. Carroll, circular letters -. 

Ila Barnes, clerical services 

National Railway Publishing Co., subscription to Official Guide 

Moses Mitchell, services to Corporation Commission 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expense account , 

Moses Mitchell, labor 

E. L. Travis, expenses to Washington 

W. H. Connolly, secretary. National Association of Railway Commis- 
sioners, annual proportion of expenses 

July, 1916. 

E. L. Travis, Jr., clerical services -. 

R. C. Maxwell, clerical services 

Ila Barnes, clerical services 

E. R. Carroll, circular letters _ _ 

Moses Mitchell, work 

W. T. Lee, expense account 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies 

W. G. Womble, expenses to Norfolk, Va 

George P. Pell, expenses to Norfolk, Va 

A. J. Maxwell, expense account to July 25 

August, 1916. 

R. C. Maxwell, clerical services 

Ila Barnes, clerical services 

E. L. Travis, Jr., clerical services -. 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, expense account , 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expense account 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, expense account 

E. R. Carroll, circular letters 

H. Q. Alexander, expenses, Royster case 

Cameron Morrison, fee. State v. Atlantic Coast Line 

Hulse & Allen, services, case .State v. Atlantic Coast Line 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, expense account 

Daniel & Warren, serWces _ ----- 

E. L. Travis, Jr.. clerical services 



65.10 

47.20 
5.75 



8.40 
3.95 
43.95 
45.60 
33.15 
40.30 
28.00 



52.23 
3.10 

50.00 
8.00- 

15.00 
7.20 
6.00 



39.00 
90.00 
60.00 
3.20 
9.00 
6.15 
10.00 
21,30 
32.35 
50.28 



78.00 
50.00 
78.00 
55.20 
23.90 
43.80 
2.61 
27.40 
500.00 
117.24 
31.55 
19.50 
81.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



177 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA CORPORATION COMMISSION, CONTINGENCIES — COtlUnued. 



September, 1916. 

Ila Baroes, stenographer, sen-ices, August 

R. C. Maxwell, clerical services... 

George P. Pell, Commissioner, expenses to Ashe^'ille 

Moses Mitchell, 7 days' work 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expense account 

Miss E. G. Riddick, expenses to Asheville 

Moses Mitchell, services 

W. G. Barnes, expense account 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, expense account 

October, 1916. 

Ila Barnes, clerical services 

W. T. Lee, expense account 

Moses Mitchell, labor 

A. A. Todd, assistant clerk, clerical assistant rate department— 
J. L. Seawell, clerk, printing record State v. Scales 

November, 1916. 

Ila Barnes, salary, October 

A. J. Maxwell, clerk, expense account 

T. W. Fenner, traveling auditor, salary and expenses. October.. 

C. H. Ray, traveling auditor, salary and expenses, October 

A. J. Hauser, traveling auditor, salary and expenses, October.. 

J. B. Cheshire, Jr., N. C. Const. Annot , 

W. G. Womble, rate clerk, expense account 

Cameron Morrison, services. State v. Atlantic Coast Line 

W. G. Womble, expense account and mileage book 

Moses Mitchell, work 

W. T. Lee, Commissioner, expense account 

G. P. Pell, Commissioner, expense account 

E. L. Travis, Commissioner, expense account 

A. J. Maxwell, expense account 

W. G. Womble, expense account 

AUred Williams & Co., .Michie's Digest 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, prints 

Carolina Electric Blue pointers, prints 

Ila Barnes, salary, November 

Vnderwood Tj-pewriter Co., rent machine 

Total 



50.00 
81.00 
20.40 
10.50 
12.14 
1.70 
9.00 
5.10 
10.40 



60.00 
30.55 
13.50 
37.50 



1.50 



60.00 
36.85 
237.50 
216.80 
252.10 
3.75 
31.00 
600.00 
20.00 
12.00 
51.40 
47.15 
108.00 
58.05 
24.40 
10.00 
6.65 
6.65 
60.00 



1.00 



NORTH CAROLINA EXPERIMENT STATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
April, 1916. 

B. II. hacy. Treasurer ei officio. Federal appropriation, 1016 

August, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio. Federal appropriation 

October, 1916. 
B. R, Lacy, Treasurer ex officio. Federal appropriation 



Total 

12— Part 1—1916 



178 



Document No. 5 



X Session 



Statement EI — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary, November... 

Marjory Terrell, clerical services 

F. A. Olds, collector, services... 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, oiEce supplies. __. 

F. A. Olds, collector, expenses 

The Anderson Galleries, North Carolina manuscripts 

F. A. Olds, book... 

Southern Express Co., November account 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone service 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages.- 

Tyree Studio, photographs 

F. A. Olds, collector, expenses 

M. C. S. Noble, expenses, attending meeting 

Alfred Williams, office suppUes 

National Municipal League, annual dues 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., postal cards 

Workmen's Compensation Publicity, Digest of Laws, etc 

The Chronicle Co., subscription to Economic World 

Bankers Publishing Co., subscription to Bankers Magazine... 
American Association for Labor Legislation, sub. to Review.. 

The Survey, subscription 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postoffice box rent 

Keystone Supply Co., office suppUes 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages.. 

F. A. Olds, collector, expenses 



75.00 

66.66 

25.00 
1.35 
2.50 

48.75 
2.00 

11.85 
8.75 
8.00 

25.00 
8.75 

10.50 
9.65 
2. SO 
3.20 
5.00 

10.00 
2.00 
3.00 
2.50 
3.00 
1.00 

25.00 
8.75 
2.00 
1.00 
8.75 
9.25 



January, 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, December, 1915 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, December, 1915 . 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, clerical services, December 

Marjory Terrell, clerical services, December 

Frances Wilson, stenographer, salary, December 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, December 

F. A. Olds, salary, December 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages -- 

Southern Express Co., charges 

R. D. W. Connor, expenses to Washington 

W. J. Campbell, Confederate Muster Roll 

R. D. W. Connor, advanced for office supplies 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

T. M. Pittman, expenses attending meeting of commission 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps 

Alfred Williams & Co., office suppUes - 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service _.. 

American Institute of Criminal Law, subscription 

Alfred WilUams & Co., books 

Special Libraries Association, subscription 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

F. A. Olds, collector, expenses 



208 .33 
20S .33 
75.00 
66.66 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
8.75 
11 
59.00 
5.00 
2.95 
8.75 
3.65 
50.00 
3.85 
8.75 
■ 8.00 
5.00 
20.60 
2.00 
8.75 
8.75 
12.15 



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179 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION — continued, 

February, 1916. 

R. n. \V. Connor, secretary, salary. January 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, January. 

Miss M. Terrell, stenographer, salary, January 

Frances Wilson, stenographer, salary, January 

Mrs. W. S. West, clerk, salary, January --- 

F. A. Olds, collector, salary, January 

Massachusetts Historical Society, photo stats. 

Southern Express Co., January charges _-_ -- 

W. Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Florence SpofTord, copying 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service.. 

New York Times-Index, subscription 

Academy of Political Science, subscription - - 

Outlook Company, subscription _. 

Manufacturers Record, subscription.. 

New York Times, subscription 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, blue prints . 

Alfred Williams & Co., office suppUes... , 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

H. S. Storr Co.. repairs to tj-pewriter 

Nelson Doubleday. subscription 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages. 

B. M. Galling, postmaster, stamps 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, truck 

American Political Science Association, annual dues 

Progressive Farmer, subscription 

National Tax .Association, annual dues 

A. W. Shaw Co., subscription 

Bettie F. Pool, book 

J. G. DeR. Hamilton, editorial work 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Fred A. Olds, expenses 

Anderson Galleries, North Carolina manuscripts 

Manh. 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor secretary, salary, February 

W. S. Wilson, Ubrarian, salar>-. February 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. clerk, salary, February 

Marjory Terrell, stenographer, salary, February 

Frances Wilson, salary, February 

Mrs. W. S. West, clerk, salarj'. February 

Fred A. Olds, collector, salary, February 

Southern Express Co., charges 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service.... 

John P. -Arthur, History of Watauga County 

William Birlsall, messenger, week's wages 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Remington Typewriter Co., coupon book 

Alfred Williams & Co., office supplies 

Ginn & Co.. book 

William Berwick, office supplies 

B. .M. Gatting, postmaster, postofiBce box rent 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

Frederick Nordstrom, picture for Hall of History 



208.33 
208.33 
66.66 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
9.00 
5.80 
8.75 
1.00 



1.26 
4.50 
8.75 
6.00 
4.20 
8.75 

50.00 
6.00 
3.00 
2.O0 
6.00 
2.00 
2.03 
100.00 
8.75 
3.85 

26.00 



203 .33 
20S .33 
75.00 
66.66 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
9.96 
8.75 
8.00 
3.00 
8.75 
8.75 
7.00 
7.50 
1.40 
1.25 
2.00 
8.75 
25.00 
12.00 



180 



Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION — Continued. 

April, 1916. 

Williani Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, March 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, March 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, salary, March _ _ 

Marjory Terrell, salary, March 

Frances Wilson, salary, March 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, March 

F. A. Olds, salary, March.. 

Law Reporting Co., book, legislative reference library. 

F. A. Olds, expenses. Hall of History... 

Watson Picture and Art Co., work. Hall of History 

Southern Express Co, express charges _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, box rent... 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

S. V. Henkels, North Carolina manuscripts 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service 

Alfred Williams A Co., office supplies _ 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

National Retail Dry Goods Association, bulletin, legislative reference 



Ubr; 



William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages.. 

B. F. Stevens & Brown, supplies 

The Survey, subscription 

W'ilUam Birdsall, week's wages , 



May. 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor, salary, April 

W. S. Wilson, salary. April _ 

J. M. Winfree, salary, April _ 

Marjory Terrell, salary, April 

Frances Wilson, salary, April 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, April 

F. A. Olds, salary. April. 

F. A. Olds, expense account 

Southern Express Co., charges 

F. A. Olds, expenses collecting 

WilUam Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. CiatUng, postmaster, postage... 

The Anderson Galleries, North Carolina manuscripts.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone service 

Alfred Williams & Co., office supplies _ 

W'illiam Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

National Conference Marketing Farm Credits, copy proceedings.. 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages... 

H. W. Wilson Co.. library service 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages.. 



June, 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary. May 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary. May.. 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. clerk, salary, May 

Marjory Terrell, stenographer, salary. May 

Frances Wilson, stenographer, salary, May 

Mrs. W. S. West, clerk, salary. May 

F. A. Olds, collector, salary. May 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Express Co., express charges 

Watson Picture and Art Co., frames. Hall of History 



208 .33 
208.33 
75.00 
66.66 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
8.75 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



181 



Statement E — Continued, 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION' — continued. 

June. 1916. 

F. A. Olds, expense account _. _ 

Macy & Lawler, signs. Hall of Historj'.- -__ 

Woodward & Lothrop, crepeline - 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service,. -. 

Southern Mfg. Co.. case. Hall of History 

WilUam Birdsall. messenger, week's wages... 

Alfred Williams & Co., Office supplies-.. _ 

R. R. Bowder Co.. book for legislative reference library 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, box rent 

July. 1916 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, June. 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, June 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. clerk, salary, June 

Marjory Terrell, stenographer, salary, June 

F. Wilson, stenographer, salary, June.. 

Mrs. W. S. West, clerk, ser\-ices. June 

F. A. Olds, collector, salary, June 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages... 

F. A. Watson, supplies. Hall of History 

The Weekly UnderwTiter, book 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

Yale University Press, book 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

W. W. Hoseloff, repairs to typewriter 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Boll Telephone and Telegraph Co.. services, July 

News and Observer, 1916 Year Book 

The Weekly Underwriter. Insurance Almanac, 1916 

William Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

Lencke & Buecheur. books, etc 

WilUam Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage.. 

August. 1918. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, July 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference hbrarian, salary, July 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree. clerk. salar>-, July 

Marjory Terrell, stenographer, salary, July 

Frances Wilson, stenographer, salary, July.. 

Mre. W. S. West, clerk, salary, July.. 

F. A. Olds, collector, salary. July 

Southern Express Co., charges , 

N. C Library Commission, one-half interest on rotary Neostyle 

WilUam Birdsall, week's wages 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service. 

North CaroUna Booklet 

North Carolina Booklet, subscription 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

WiUiam Birdsall. messenger, week's wages 

Berlin Aniline Works, auppUes, Hall of History 

M. M. Smith, book 

Southern Mfg. Co., hook cases 

WiUiam BirdsaU, messenger, week's wages 



208 .33 
208 .33 
75.00 
66.66 
60.00 
50.00 
25.00 
1.32 
23.25 
8.75 
8.25 
10.00 
1. 00 
8.75 
8.75 
6.25 
10.00 
22.17 
8.75 



182 



Document ^No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION — continued. 

August,! 91 6. 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

National Conference of Charities and Correction, siibscriptio: 
1 Social Hygiene Association, subscription 




September, 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, August 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, August-, 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, clerk, salary, August 

Marjory Terrell, stenographer, salary, August 

Frances Wilson, stenographer, salary, August 

Mrs. W. S. West, clerk, salary, August 

F. A. Olds, collector, salary, August 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., binding book 

C. F. Libbie & Co., catalogue 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

William Birdsall, week's wages — 

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 1916 Almanac -_ 

Alfred Williams & Co., office supplies 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. phone service 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postoffice box rent _ __. 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages... 

Woodward & Lothrop, office supplies 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages __- 



October. 1916. 

R. D. W. Connor, secretary, salary, September 

W. S. Wilson, legislative reference librarian, salary, September, 

Mrs. J. M. Winfree, clerk, salary, September 

M. Terrell, salary, September -- 

F. Wilson, salary, September 

Mrs, W. S. West, salary, September ._- -- 

F. A. Olds, salary, September 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages -- 

H. Ohashi & Co., office supplies 

Ellington Studio, photo.. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co.. service 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage __ 

Alfred Williams & Co., office supplies — 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages _.. 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages 

A. W. McLean, book - -- 

William Birdsall, messenger, week's wages __. 

Houghton-Mifflin Co., book.... 

November, 1916. 

J. M. Winfree. salary, October 

M. Terrell, salary, October. --- 

Frances Wilson, salary, October 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, October.. _.. 

Fred A. Olds, salarj". October ..._ - 

Mellett Printing Co., pamphlet -- 

W. S. Wilson, salary, October 

R. D. W. Connor, salary, October - 

Southern Express Co., charges - 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage --- 




1917] 



Document No. 5 



183 



Statement E — Continued. 



NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COMMISSION — continued. 

November, 1916. 

James E. Thiem, book trunk.. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., service, November 

William Birdsali, messenger, week's wages 

Watson Picture and .4rt Co., material, Hall of History 

Stan. V. Henkels, North Carolina manuscripts.. 

William Birdsali, week's wages 

William Birdsali, week's w-ages 

H. W. Wilson Co., suppUes 

William Birdsali, week's wages 

R. D. W. Connor, salary, November.... 

W. S. Wilson, salary, November 

Mrs. J. M. Winfrec. salary, November 

M. Terrell, salary. November 

Frances Wilson, salary, November 

F. A. Olds, salary, November 

Mrs. W. S. West, salary, November 

Everett Waddey Co., book 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

North Carolina Historical Commi.ssion, clerical assistance 



35.00 
8.25 
8.75 
5.50 
7,.50 
8*75 
8.75 
25.00 
8.75 
20S .33 
208 .33 
75.00 
66.66 
60.00 
25.00 
50.00 
2.00 
25.00 
721 .50 



Total.. 



NORTH CAROLINA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 1916 

March. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

May, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

September, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, balance appropriation for support. 

November, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, fire loss 

Total 



S 6,000.00 
6,000.00 



$ 6,125.00 
7,000.00 



39.15 
i 72.539.15 



NORTH CAROLINA LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
Charles I^e Smith, treasurer, part appropriation. 1916.. 

March, 1916 

Charles Lee Smith, treasurer, part appropriation, 1916.. 



184 Document 'No, 5 

Statement E — Continued. 

NORTH CABOLINA LIBRAJtT COMMISSION — Continued. 

June. 1916. 

Charles Lee Smith, treasurer, part appropriation, 1916 

October. 1916. 
Charles Lee Smith, treasurer, balance appropriation, 1916 

Total __ 

NORTH C.VROLINA SANATORIUM FOR TUBERCULOSIS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

February, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appro, for permanent improvements. 

March, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

April. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appro, for permanent improvements.. 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support _. 

June, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, S3,000 
permanent improvements, S7 ,000 _ 

July, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appiwpriation for support. 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

August. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appro, for permanent improvements- 
September, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

October. 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

Total 

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February. 1916. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

March, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 



[Session 



$ 6,250.00 
10.000.00 



$ 


4,000.00 


i 


10,000.00 


i 


2,250.00 



$ 3,000.00 
2,750.00 



i 7,000.00 
6,000.00 



1,000.00 
$ 4,000.00 



16,250.00 
4,000.00 
10,000.00 



10,000.00 

5,750.00 
3,000.00 

5,000.00 

3,750.00 



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Document No. 5 



185 



$ 14,000.00 
10,000.00 



Statement E — Continued. 

NOBTH CAROLINA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF — CorUinued. 

May, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

August, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex ojhcio, appropriation for support, 1916 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, balance appro, for support and special. 

TotaL- _ 

NORTH CAROLINA ST-VTE FIREMEN's ASSOCIATION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Febniaiy,1916. 
Charles Schnibben, treasurer, appropriation, 1915 

November, 1916. 
Charles Schnibben, treasurer, appropriation, 1916 

Total 

NORTH CAROLINA VOLUNTEER FIREME 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February, 1916. 
J. G. Latta, treasurer, appropriation, 1916 

t OIL INSPECTION FUND. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December. 1915. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

January, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

Februaiy, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

March, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

April, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

July. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps 



$ 716.31 
1,5.S3.10 



t 3,802.19 
6,980.70 



% 1,857.34 
3,314.68 



186 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



. INSPECTION FUND — continued. 



August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ( 



September. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, 



October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps.. 

November, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, stamps.. 



$ 5,870.51 
3,658.1 
990 .95 



► ORPHAN ASYLUM, COLORED. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation for support... 



Mareh,1916. 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation for support.. 



July, 1916. 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appfopriation, 1916.. 



October, 1916. 
H. G. Cooper, treasurer, appropriation, 1916 

H. G. Cooper, treasurer balance appropriation, 1916 



$ 1,500.00 
500.00 



OXFORD ORPHAN ASYLUM, WHITE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
F. P. Bland, treasurer, part appropriation for support.. 

May, 1916. 
F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation for support 



July, 1916. 

F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. 



October, 1916. 

F. P. Bland, treasurer, appropriation, 1916.. 



1 ACCOUNT, STOCK PURCHASED FOR STATE PRINTING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 

H. S. Storr Co., envelopes 

Old Dominion Paper Co., paper.. 



$ 235 .54 
81.92 



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187 



Statement E — Continued, 



PAPER ACCOrNT. STOCK PURCHASED FOR STATE PRINTING — COntXtltied. 

December, 1915. 

Virpinia Paper Co., stock 

B. W. Wilson Paper Co., stock 

Southeastern Paper Co., stock _ 

Bradley-Reese Co., stock 

Chatfield & Weeds Co.. stock 

Smith-Dixon Co.. stock 

Antietam Paper Co.. stock _ 

Cincinnati Cordage and Paper Co., stock 

Anderson-Wilson Paper Co., stock. 

Virginia Paper Co., stock 

Union Envelope Co., stock 

B. F. Bond Paper Co., stock 

Graham Paper Co., stock 

The Diem & Wing Paper Co'., stock 

January, 1916. 

Dobier & Mudge, stock. _. 

Cincinnati Cordage and Paper Co., stock 

Chatfield & Woods Paper Co . stock.. 

Anderson- Wilson Paper Co., stock... _ 

Antietam Paper Co., stock 

Virginia Paper Co., stock-. _ 

Richmond Paper Co., stock 

February, 1916. 

Smith-Dixon Co.. st^ck 

Virginia Paper Co.. stock 

Chatfield-Woods Paper Co.. stock. _ 

Richmond Paper Co., stock _ 

The Diem & Wing Paper Co., stock 

B. F. Bond Paper Co., stock 

Anderson-Wilson Paper Co.. stock 

L. L. Brown Paper Co., stock 

Antietam Paper Co., stock ,-.. 

March, 1916. 

B. W. Wilson Paper Co., stock.... 

Chatfield & W^oods Co., stock 

Antietam Paper Co., stock 

L. L. Brown Paper Co.. stock 

Smith-Dixon Co.. stock.. 

Virginia Paper Co., stock 

The Diem & Wing Paper Co., stock 

Southern Railway Co., stock _ 

The Cincinnati Cordage and Paper Co., stock 

G. B. Justice, expenses 

April, 1916. 

Frank Smith, handling paper 

Smith-Dixon Co.. stock 

Richmond Paper Co.. stock 

Virginia Paper Co., stock 

Cincinnati Ctrdage and Paper Co., stock 

Antietam Paper Co., stock _. 

The Diem & Wing Paper Co., stock 

F. Smith, handling stock 

F. Smith, handling stock 

F, Smith, handling stock 



S 179.54 


153.19 


240.15 


47.92 


1,813.80 


3.75 


802.02 


156.75 


110.50 


462.41 


9.00 


80.00 


10.67 


399.06 


$ 98 .09 


65.92 


136.62 


45.82 


2,830.72 


256.03 


1,020.50 


% 53 .22 


78.42 


79.30 


67.90 


153.12 


151.40 


67.48 


117.04 


503.05 


$ 37.18 


329.58 


184.40 


185.49 


37.59 


60.36 


200.42 


17.20 


25.99 


8.90 


t 4.00 


73.91 


52.34 


170.96 


352.69 


2,504.81 


507.84 


6.78 


4.50 


6.25 



188 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PAPER ACCOUNT. STOCK PURCHASED FOR STATE PRINTING — continued. 

May, 1916. 


$ 4.00 
4.25 
14.60 
366.-6 
39.3.50 
18.85 
4.75 




r. Smith, handlinK stock 


























$ 80G.71 


June. 1916. 


$ 4.00 




4.00 


July, 1916. 


% 205.47 

163.12 

77.05 

265.15 

1,568.24 

21.25 

4.25 

37.10 

4.25 














Smith-Dixon Co.. stock _ 






















2,345.88 


August, 1916, 


S 6.22 
4.25 
5.89 
279.36 
1.73 
9.20 
128.50 
16.50 
9.00 










Chatfield & Woods Co., account 












H. S. .Storr Co., stock 














459.65 


September, 1916. 


8 9. .30 
4.00 
2.00 
5.77 
2.43 
4.25 
5.00 




























32.75 


October, 1916. 


S 5.17 

2,072.94 

1,351.20 

254 .48 

82.12 

13.10 

27.07 

8.69 

4.75 

4.00 














Chatfiekl & Woods Co., stock.... 


























3,823.52 


November, 1916. 


: 6.68 
4.00 


Frank Smith, handling paper 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



189 



Statement E — Continued. 



PAPER ACCOUNT, STOCK PURCHASED FOB STATE FRINTIXO — Continued. 



November, 1916. 
Frank Smith, handling paper.. 

Smith-Dixon Co., stock 

Antietam Paper Co., stock 



PENSIONS, REGULAR LIST. 

Paid on above account as follows: 



December, 1915. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



January, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



February. 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate 



Maixh, 1916. 
Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



April, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



May, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate. 



June, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



July. 1918. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate. 



August. 1916. 
Paid per T: 



September. 1916. 

Paid per Treas' 



October, 1916. 

Paid per Treasurer's certificate.. 



November, 1916. 
Paid per Trea 



PENSIONS, INMATES SOLDIERS HOME. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 

W. S. Lincbcrrj', superintendent, first quarterly , 



April, 1916. 

W. S. Lineberry, superintendent, second quarterly.. 



190 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PExsio.vs, INMATES SOLDIERS' HOME— Continued . 
July, 1916. 


$ 495 .no 






$ 495 .00 


October, 1916. 


S 450 .00 




450.00 




$ 60.00 
50.00 

100 .00 
50.00 
60.00 
75.00 
20.00 
42.50 

162 .60 
60.00 
50.00 
81.00 
42.00 
60.00 
20.00 
10.00 
89.00 




$ 1,8.54.00 






POSTAGE AND STATIONERY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 






































































S 1.0.52.10 


January, 1916. 


$ 50.00 
4.25 
100.00 
60.00 
119.00 
50.00 
50.00 
100 .00 
22.00 
18.75 
40. 
156.90 
5.20 
60.00 
146.95 
41.80 
20.00 
9.65 
50.00 
60.00 
50.00 
4.50 
42.50 
60.00 


E. R. Carroll, circular letters, Executive Dept. and Corp. Commission, 
























B. M. Catling, postmaster. postofBce box rent, several departments.— 












Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery, Corp. Commission 
































Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. carbon, .Auditor's Department... 












February, 1916. 


S 100.00 
40.00 




B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps, Dept. Labor and Printing 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



191 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY — continued. 

February, 1916. 


( 20 .55 
8.20 
134.00 
21.00 
60.00 
133.50 
120.91 
11.84 
50.00 
25.00 
320.00 
20.00 
50.00 
60.00 
100.00 
120.00 
60.00 
50.00 
2.00 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery. Adjutant General 




Courier-Journal Job Printing Co.. stationery. Treasury Department..- 




Fort Wayne Printing Co.. letter heads and receipts. Treasury Dept 

Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supplies, several departments .__ 


















































S 1,507.00 


March. 1916. 


i 60.00 
114,20 

86.35 
40.00 
20.00 

117.00 
20.00 
23.80 
10.00 

100.00 
20.00 

224 .38 
60.00 
20.00 
50.00 
97.43 
60.00 
50.00 

534.00 
88.53 
10.00 
79.00 
62.35 

327.44 
60.00 
30.00 






Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery supplies. Corporation 
























Union Ribbon and Carbon Co.. supplies. Supreme Court Clerk 




J. W. Bailey, collector, documentary stamps. State Department 

Alfred Williams & Co.. stationery supflies.^everal departments 




























Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supplies, several departments- 


























2,364.4.S 


April, 1916. 


t 50.00 
50.00 
67.15 
60.00 
20.00 
1.55 
25.00 
136.68 


























Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supplies, several departments 





192 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



April, 1916. 


5 194.70 
126.00 
30.75 
311.48 
100.00 
60.00 
15.00 
20.00 
2.75 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 
22.00 
170.00 
15.00 
50.00 




B. M. Galling, postmaster, stamps. Department Public Instruction 
























Thomas H. Briggs & Sons, office supplies, State Highway Commission. 




















Beauvais TypewTJter .Supphes Mfg. Co., supplies, Corp. Commission... 






S 1,668.06 


May, 1916. 


S 5.67 
1.01 
108.30 
20.00 
60.00 
50.00 

5.75 
25.00 

100.00 
65.00 
93.00 
25.20 

254.25 
10.00 
41.65 
50.00 
20.00 
81.00 
60.00 
82.60 

100.00 
20.00 
57.50 
50.00 
50.00 
50.00 














Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery, Corporation Commission- 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery supplies, Highway 












Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery, State Department 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, stanlps, Dept. Public Instruction 




Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supphes, several departments... 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps due account. Insurance Dept 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments ,,. 








Remington Typewriter Co., machine, Dept. Labor and Printing.. 
















Coiu-ier-Journal Job Printing Co., letter heads, State Department 














1,485.93 


June, 1916. 


S 20.00 
66.00 
42.30 
5.00 
72.00 
19.03 
83.29 
215.00 
40.00 










B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage due deposit Executive Department. 
Courier-Journal Job Printing Co., stationery. Corporation Commission 








B. M. Gatling, postmaster, stamps. Department Labor and Printing.. - 
B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps, State Department 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



193 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY— COrt/inuerf. 

June. 1916. 

Alfred Williams & Co., supplies, several departments.. -..I I 261 .90 

H. S. Storr Co., plate and work on machine i 14.50 

B. M. GallinR, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department... 50.00 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage, Adjutant General 70.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Department Public Instruction — 96.00 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Treasury Department j 25.00 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission 1 100.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General 20.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 50.00 

J. W. Bailey, collector, documentary stamps. 20.00 



July, 1916. 
B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, State Department 

H. 8. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, bos rent, several departments 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department _ 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Department Public Instruction.. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, State Department 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Board Public Charities... 

li M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Auditors Department 

Alfred Williams & Co.. stationery supplies, several departments 

The Kenyon Co.. office supplies. Highway Commission 

Keuffel & Es.sex Co., office supplies. Highway Commission 

Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., stationery. Corporation Commission 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., stationery, Corp. Commission 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, Supt. Public Instruction 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, State Department 

James E. Thiem, stationery, several departments. 

H. S. Storr Co., supplies, Superintendent Public Instruction 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

Commercial Printing Co.. rubber stamps, etc.. Supreme Court 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage. State Department 

August, 1916. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. State Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Library 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

J. E. Thiem, stationerj* supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage, State Department _ 

Alfred Williams <fe Co.. stationery" supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission 

Southern Stamp and Stationery Co., supplies. Corp. Commission 

Beauvais Typewriter Supply Mfg. Co, .Corporation Commission 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, stamps. Insurance Department 

Courier- Journal Job Printing Co., stationerj'. State Department. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. State Department 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage. Department Labor and Printing.. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Executive Department 



20.00 
63.35 
25.00 
50.00 
20.00 
77.00 
40.00 
20.00 
50.00 

585.70 
53.75 
17.10 
84.00 
1.00 

255.00 
40.00 
35.90 
45.90 
40.00 
20.00 
32.15 
30.00 
40.00 



50.00 
50.00 
29.12 
40.00 
10.00 
20.00 
44.29 
40.00 

244.03 

100.00 
5.37 
12.00 
50.00 

143 .75 
40.00 
50.00 

152.00 
25.00 



1.?— Part I— 191( 



194 



Document Ifo. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAGE AND STATIONERY — Continued. 
September, 1916. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage. Board Public Charities ^ 

S. H. Wiley, stationery. Supreme Court 

E. R. Carroll, mgr., circular letters. Governor's Office 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

H. S. Storr Co., stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps. Insurance Department 

J. W. Bailey, collector, documentary stamps. State Department 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., special stationery, .\uditors Dept., 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant General... 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, due Account Adjutant General ! 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Treasury Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

Carroll Advertising and Letter Writing Co., letters, etc.. Treasury Dept. 

Courier Journal Job Printing Co., stationery. State Department 

Alfred Williams & Co., stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department . 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Public Instruction 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Dept. Labor and Printing 

B. M. CJatling, postmaster, postage, box rents, several departments 

October, 1916. 
B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department 

H. S. iStorr Co., stationery supplies, several departments 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Executive Department 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Insurance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, stamped envelopes, Corp. Commission 

Commercial Printing Co., stationery supplies, .Supreme Court Clerk 

Kalamazoo Loose Leaf Binder Co.. supplies, Supreme Court 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department : 

James E. Thiem, stationery supplies, several departments 

Edwards & Broughton, stationery. Department Pubhc Instruction 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Corporation Commission... ._ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., spec'i stationery Corp. Commissionl 

Alfred WilUams & Co., stationery, several departments 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, ,Supt. Public Instruction j 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Auditors Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Library 1 

The Falconer Co., check books and envelopes. Treasury Department.. 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department _ 

J. Bryan CJrimes, stamps. Received for cash 

Keuffel & Esser Co., services. Highway Commission 

B. M. CJatling, postmaster, postage, Insiu-ance Department 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. State Department _. 



15.00 
7.50 
4.80 
40.00 
14.30 
60.00 
20.00 
7.25 
50,00 
2.00 
25.00 
40.00 
3.05 

144 .70 

103 .47 
25.00 

100.00 
25.00 
40.00 
50.00 
25.00 

100.00 
40.00 
85.60 
24.00 



40.00 
16.30 
20.00 
50.00 
42.08 
4.50 
50.00 
40.00 
43.95 
33.00 

100.00 
98.50 

518 .66 

• 124.00 

40.00 

20.00 

119.00 
60.00 
18.80 
7.51 
5.00 
40.00 



November, 1916. 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, postage. Executive Department $ 20.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, State Department 60.00 

Carroll .^dvertising and Letter Writing Co., circular letters. Aud. Dept.., 1 .75 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Attorney CJeneral 25.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage, Auditor's Department .i 40.00 

H, S. Storr Co.. supplies, various departments — 30.05 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, postage. Adjutant Cieneral ' 50.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



195 



Statement E — Continued. 



POSTAOE AND STATIONERY — COTitinited. 

November, 1916. 


t 16.00 
50.00 
91.60 
2.00 
38.50 
40.00 
9.00 
14.00 
8.95 
20.00 
134.00 
100.00 
10.00 












Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., filing envelopes, Highway Com._ 






































$ 760.85 




t 25.00 
11.08 
6.51 
S8.50 
175.00 
90.00 


Total-... 


$ 16, 694 .34 






PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

Paid on above accoiint as follows: 
December, 1915. 












Commercial Building Co., rent. State Highway Com. Offices, November 










S 366 .09 


January, 1916. 


S 25.00 
100.00 
21.78 
32.50 
22.50 
205.13 
58.50 
8.25 
19.98 
63.38 
40.00 
22.00 
50.00 
90.00 






Thompson Electrical Co., supplies and work, several departments 








H. S. Storr Co., machine. Adjutant General and desk, State Dept. ... 
Commercial BIdg. Co., rent, December. State Highway Commission 








Trustees Raleigh Iron Works Co., radiators. State Departments Bldg... 
Southern Manufacturing Co., furniture. Administration Building 












Fabniary, 1916. 


764.02 


S 24.06 
3.01 
73.50 
12.78 
50.00 
211.68 
25.00 
25.00 
60.00 
8.25 
99.77 
50.00 
17.70 






Commercial Building Co., rent. State Highway Commission, January.. 




































D. Newton, shelving, basement State Departments Building 





196 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BTTILDINGS AND GROUNDS — Continued. 

February. 1918. 


t 61 .55 

100.00 
90.00 














i 912.30 


March, 1916. 


$ 25.20 
8.00 
12.00 
73.50 
19.80 
60.00 
8.18 
25.75 
103.02 
78.75 
63.40 
22.50 
145 .75 
' 9.00 
48.00 
63.53 
90.00 










Commercial Building Co., rent, February, State Highway Commission 








Fairbanks Company, office equipment. State Highway Commission... 
































D. Newton, shelving and furniture. State Departments Building 






856.38 


April, 1916. 


$ 9.00 
51.00 
22.50 
73.50 
2.95 
9.00 
8.25 
78.75 
60.00 
6.48 
10.40 
12.50 
8.25 
10.50 
45.00 
9.00 
35.67 
19.00 
61.06 
15.40 
4.00 
9.00 
90.00 


































KeufFcl & Esser Co., office fixtures. State Highway Commission 

Hampton Roads Paper Co., office fixtures. State Highway Commission 
McCIraw-Hill Book Co., office fixtures. State Highway Commission 














































641.21 


May, 1916. 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., Dept. Public Instruction and arsenal.. 


$ 46.00 
73.60 
94.00 
60.00 
128.85 
78.76 
40.65 
13.60 
7.50 


The General Fireproofing Co., furniture, Treasury Department 




















Will Lewis, work. State arsenal 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



197 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GR0tTND8 — Continued. 
May. 1916. 

Home Furnitijre Store, Insurance Department 

Walter Clark, Jr., Herring safe. Supreme Coupt Clerk -.. 

George F. Kennedy, custodian Administration Building, salary, 



Ma 




June. 1916. 

Cr<^ss & Linehan, uniforms for messengers in Capitol _ 

Southern Mfg. Co., window screen. Supreme Court Clerk 

Royall & Borden Co., furniture. State Department 

E. B, Haynes, work at arsenal -. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, rent, arsenal. May 

Commercial National Bank, rent office. State Highway Commission-. 

Frederick Post Co., office furniture 

Andrew Burnett, cleaning, Capitol... 

B. L. Lumpkin, cabinet, Treasury Department.. _. 

G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, June... _ 



July, 1916. 

E. B. Haynes. seirices, arsenal, moving supplies 

Commercial Building Co., rent, Highway Commission 

Sanitary Laundry, rent, arsenal, June 

The EUinjrton Lumber Co., fixtures, Highway Commission.. 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, hardware, etc., several departments... 

Andrew Burnc-tt. work, Capitol 

. E. B. Haynes. work, arsenal _ 

J. E. Pogue, light standards, Capitol grounds 

G. F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, July 



August, 1916. 

Dobbin-Ferrall Co., matting. Administration Building 

Commercial Building Co., rent, Highway Commission. 

Sanitary Steam Laundr>', rent, arsenal, July 

Boylan-Pearce Co., office supplies. Highway Commission 

H. S. Storr Co., office equipment. Highway Commission... 

Robert G. Lassiter, concrete work, State Departments Building.. 
G. F. Kennf-dy, custodian, salary, August. 



September, 1916. 

N. L. Walker, installing phones and bells. State Department 

J. C. Bowden Hardware Co., brace bits, locks, and screens, arsenal... 
Alfred Williams, receiver Dobbin-Ferrall Co., rugs, Treasurj' Depart- 
ment; towels. Governor 

Commercial National Bank Building, rent, Highway Commission 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, rent arsenal, August _. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., flags for Capitol 

Lumsden Bros., office equipment, Highway Commission 

The Fairbanks Co., office equipment, Highway Commission. 

Underwood Tj-pewriter Co., machine. State Highway Commission 

The Photo Shop, supplies. Stale Highway Commission 

Raleigh Furniture Co., furniture. Supreme Court Clerk 

George F. Kennedy, custodian, salary, September 



October, 1916. 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, rent, arsenal, September 

Dillon Supply Co., supplies, Central Healing Plant 

Trustees Raleigh Iron Works, repairs, Central Heating Plant 

Boylan-Pearce Co., linoleum, Supreme Court 

Commercial Building Co., rent, September, Highway Commission. 
James E. Thiem, furniture, Dept. Public Instruction 



70.00 
27.91 



73.50 
78.75 
45.23 

12.00 
104.52 
83.03 
10 .011 
29.00 
00.00 



78.75 
10.15 
.75 
31.38 
73.50 
42 .S4 



198 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROVNVts— Continued. 
October, 1916. 


$ 90.00 
33.75 
5.00 
8.25 
6.50 
8.25 


























$ 389.12 


November, 1916. 


$ 20.40 
8.25 
1.00 
78.75 
25.25 
8.25 
73.50 
7.90 
1.75 
36.50 
27.00 
38.94 
4.25 
90.00 














Southern Mfg. Co., ladder and screens. Administration Building 




























W. W. Willis, repairs to fireplace, superintendent public buildings 






421 .74 




S 4.50 
205 .03 
81.36 
564.96 
1,000.00 
828.81 




S 7,067.13 






PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 


























t 2,684.66 


January, 1916. 


$ 10.97 
243.78 
16.35 
405.46 

260.22 
19.27 

377.88 
16.26 

449.08 




































1,799.27 


February, 1916. 


$ 10.10 
532.07 
1,742.41 
11.35 
827.99 
10.45 
464.24 
7.76 
184 .08 




































3.790.45 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



199 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC PRINTING — continued. 
March, 1916 

CI. B. Justice, handling paper stock --- 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

G. B. Justice, handling paper stock..- 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

G. B. Justice, handling paper stock 

G. B. Justice, hauling paper 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing ._ 

George B. Justice, drayage, paper stock ;_.. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

April, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing _. 

J. .S. Griffin, expenses handling and shipping tax abstracts... 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. printing 

May, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. printing 

June, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

July, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards iSi Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

August 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing.. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing _ 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

A. Zichtl <Si Co., binding 10 volumes. Historical Commission 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. printing 

September, 1916. 
Stearns Engraving Co., special printing, Dept. Public Instruction 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

October, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 



4.75 

589 .85 

17.70 

525.44 

15.02 

5.00 

100.76 

308.61 

5.75 

1,044.32 



2,901.70 
88.20 

1,500.00 
222 .03 
398 .69 

2,184.92 
105.34 
453.21 



$ 297.60 

. 307.86 

1,087.78 

233 .24 



927.61 
839 .25 
1,004.00 
374 .59 
246.42 



580.66 

919.07 

1,750.88 

353.84 



248.51 
132 .59 
435 .25 
507 .50 

33.75 

71.' 



116.46 
942.62 
127 .05 
73.09 
312.32 
1,631.50 



t 799.32 
545.69 



200 



Document 'No. 5 



[Seasion 



Statement E — Continued. 



PUBLIC PRINTING — Continued. 
October, 1916. 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 


S 


373.99 

245.68 
227.56 


$ 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing.. 










2,192.24 


November, 1916. 


S 


1,261.09 
523.44 
467.26 
21.61 






Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing 




Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing... 






2,273.40 




$ 


48.55 


Total- 


( 


36,766.73 




REFUND, STATE TAXES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Januaiy, 1916. 


t 






48.55 


September, 1916. 
R. D. Bain, sheriff, refund, 1915 


$ 


359.98 




359.98 


October, 1916. 

J. H. VonCannon, sheriff, refund. 1914 


$ 


1,062.25 
706.70 


P. C. Gentry, tax collector, refund, 1915 






1,768.95 




4 


659.48 
637.52 
700.00 


Total 


s 








REPRINT SCPREME COURT REPORTS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
Edwards & Brougliton Printing Co., Vol. 54.... 


s 














1,997.00 


January, 1916. 


% 


344.69 
816.35 
22.40 






Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 43 






1,183.44 


February, 1916. 


S 


730.86 
839.40 








1,570.26 


March, 1916 
Edward.s & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 25 


$ 


44.28 






April, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co 


$ 


200.00 
27.88 




Edwanls & Broughton Printing Co 








May, 1916. 


S 


693 .67 








June, 1916. 


S 


400.00 






400.00 



1917] 



Document N'o. 5 



201 



Statement E — Continued. 



' REPRINT BCPKEME COURT REPORTS — continued. 

July, 1916. 

; Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., reprints $ 740.93 

I Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., reprints 12.00 

! Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., reprints _ 29.61 



August, 1918. 

Edwards & Broughto 



Printing Co., reprints $ 



Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., reprints.. 



Septemlwr, 1916. 
Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 75 S 800.00 



October, 1915. ■ j 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., balance. Vol. 75 _..j t 8.38 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 77 , 1,564.77 



November, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vols. 9, 10, 40, 144, 145, 146 I S 300.00 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., Vol. 161 , 989.13 



Paid on above account i 
February, 1916. 

\V. J. .\dams. expenses on committee 

W. P. BjTium, expenses on committee 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, stamps 



March, 1916. 
Edwards «t Broughton Printing Co., stationery supplies.. 



August, 1916. 
B. .M, Gatling, postmaster, postage for committee.. 



September, 1916. 
L. V. Bassett, expenses attending meeting., 



SETTLING STATE T.VXES. 

Paid sheriffs of counties for settling as follows: 
DM<mb«r, 1915. 

W. R. .\tkinson, Pender, 1914. 

G. D. Blalock, Stanly, 1913 

W. H. Williams, Greene, 1915 



Mvch, 1916. 

(;. W. GowJwin, Chowan, 1915 

J. M, Clarke, Bladen, 1913... 

T. N. Fitch, Caswell, 1915 

J. A. Laughridge. McDowell, 1913.. 

R. L. Griggs, Currituck, 1915 

Charles Reid, Pasquotank, 1913 



s 


22.81 
23.70 
16.00 


s 


51.00 


( 


5.00 


t 


22.17 



i 


3.00 




3.00 




3.00 


% 


3.00 




3.00 




3.00 




6.00 




3.00 




3.00 



202 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



SETTLING STATE TAXES— C0n(mucd. 

April, 1316. 
A. P. WiUis, Lincoln, 1915 


i 


3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 




J. VV. Brown, Gates, 1915 




\V. D. McLaurin, .Scotland, 1915 




John H. Sprinkle, Davie, 1915. 




J. A. Ammons. Graham. 1915 




C. C. Shaw, Davidson, 1915 




G. G. Best, DupUn, 1915 






% 21.00 


May, 1916. 

A. F. Reeves, Alleghany, 1915 


$ 


3.00 
3.00 
3.00- 
9.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
6.00 
3.00 
6.00 
3.00 


R. A. Adams, Alexander, 1915 




W. B. Windlev, Beaufort, 1915. 




J. H. Sears, Wake, 1915 








B. F. Bray, Perquimans, 1915 




W. M. Buckner, Madison, 1915 




J. C. Crawford, Martin, 1915. .. 




A. L. Hill, Polk, 1915- 




Farmers Bank, Woodland, Northampton, 1915 




C. W. Poindexter, Yadkin, 1915. 






45.00 


June, 1916. 

T. B. Henderson, Onslow, 1915— 


S 


3.00 
6.00 
3.00 
6.00 


W. D. Woodruff, Wilkes, 1915. 




J. E. Reid, Washington, 1915 




John W. Cooper, Bertie, 1915-.. 1 






IS .00 
1 


July, 1916. 
P. C. Gentry, Cherokee, 1915. 


s 


3.00 
3.00 
6.00 


C. E. Tanner, Rutherford, 1915 


. 


T. S. Clark, Anson, 1915 






12.00 


August, 1918. 
R. B. Lane, Craven, 1915 


t 


3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
9.00 
12.00 


J. T. Best, Columbus, 1915 




W. A. Hall, Yancey, 1915.. 




George E. Davis, Hyde, 1915.. 










30.00 


September, 1916. 
D. B. Stafford, Guilford, 1915.... 


i 


6,00 
3.00 
9.00 
9.00 
3.00 
3.00 
15.00 
6.00 


Leon T. Lane, Chatham, 1915 








J. S. Royster, Vance, 1915. . 




J. M. Deaton, Iredell, 1915 .... 




H. D. Baldwin, Richmond, 1915 .■ 




S. C. Hobgood, Granville, 1915.. 




J. M, BjTd, Harnett, 1915.... 






54.00 


October, 1916. 

J. W. Birkhead, Randolph, 1915 


i 


6.00 
9.00 
3.00 

12.00 
3.00 
6.00 

12.00 
3.00 


W. B. Carringer, Swain, 1915 




J. A. Triplett, Caldwell, 1915.... 




R. E. Lewis. Robeson, 1915 




D. Al. Blue, Moore 




A. E. Garrett, Hertford, 1915.. 




John F. Harward, Durham, 1915 




Francis B. Kemp. Rockingham, 1915 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



SETTLING STATE T.OCES — continued. 

October, 1916. 
W \ McMillan, Ashe, 1915 


$ 3.00 
6.00 




H M Rowe, Wibon, 1915 






S 63.00 


November, 1916. 
S. P. Cowan, New Hanover 


$ 3.00 
6.00 
6.00 
9.00 
3.00 
6.00 
6.00 
3.00 
6.00 
3.00 
6.00 
6.00 

12.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
9.00 
3.00 
3.00 
9.00 
3.00 
3.00 
3.00 
9.00 

12.00 
6.00 
6.00 
9.00 
6.00 
3.00 
3.00 

12.00 
3.00 
3.00 
6.00 
6.00 






R. H. Edwards, Wa\-ne, 1915 












J. M. VonCannon, Averv, 1915 - 












W. A. Palmer, Ha^^^-ood, 1915 








\V. H. Allen. Franklin. 1915. 




Edgar Hall, Hoke, 1915 




J. W. Buchanan, Jackson, 1915 




R. X. Cook, Alamance, 1915 








F. L. W. Cohoon, T>TTeU, 1915 




N. C. Warren, Nash, 1915 








R. E. Davis, Warren, 1915.... 








I. T. Lamb, .Sampson, 1915 








George W. Flj-nt, Forsjth. 1915 




J. V. Griffith, Union, 1915 








J. H. Krider, Rowan, 1915 




W. R. Atkinson, Pender, 1915 








N. H. McGcachv. Cumberland, 1915 




W, D. Lackev. Cleveland, 1915 . 




N". .S. Thompson, Person, 1915 




N. W. Wallace, Mecklenburg, 1915 




J. E. Bowers, treasurer. Halifax, 1915 




J. H. Pickelsimer, Transylvania. 1915 




Joseph Tipton, Mitchell. 1915. . 




T. W. Da\-is, Sum-, 1915 






201.00 




$ 3.000.00 
3,000.00 


Total 


» 474 .00 






BOLDIER3* HOME. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 










i 6.000.00 
3.000.00 

5.000.0C 


February, 1916. 
B. K. Lacy. Treasurer ex officw, appropriation for support.. 


$ 3,000.00 


March, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer tx officio, uniforms. 1915-1916.. - 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 


t 2.000.00 
3,000.00 



204 



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[Session 



Statement B — Continued. 



SOLDIERS 

April, 1916. 

p B. R. Lary, Treasurer ex officl 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 

June, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasiu-er ex officii 

July, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 

August, 1916. 

B. R, Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 

September, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 



HOME — continued, 
;, appropriation for support, 1916. 



, appropriation for support. 
, appropriation for support.. 



. appropriation for support. 



appropriation for support, 1916. 
appropriation for support, 1916. 



, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



, appropriation for support 

, balance appropriation for support.. 



2,000.00 
1,000.00 



S 2,000.00 
2,000.00 



$ 2,000.00 
4,000.00 



SPECIAL 

Paid on abo\ 
March, 1916. 

Biuoau of Municipal Research 



EXPEXSE. 

e account as follows: 
Internal Improvements.. 



June, 1916. 

Bureau of Municipal Research, Internal Improvements.. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 



Paid on above account as follows 
March, 1916. 

J. B. Underwood, services 

J. B. LTnderwood, services 

W. G. Lamb, services 

W. G. Lamb, services, 

R. T. Claj-well, letter, etc 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses 

R. T. Cla>'wcll, serWces and expenses 

Clarence Call, services 

J. W. Pass, services. _ 

A. B. Freeman, ser\'ices 

W. S. Wilson, services 



April, 1916. 

M. DeL. Haywood, services 

A. B. Freeman, serWces 

W. G. Lamb, advances for stamps and freight.. 
W. G. Lamb, stamps 



63.76 
200.00 
380.00 
39.60 
3.25 
35.90 
53.50 
110.25 
64.50 
57.70 
150.00 



12.00 
54.00 
25.00 
25.00 I 



1917] 



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205 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS — COTltin 

April, 1916. 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses., 

M. DeL. na>-wood, ser\-ices 

Frances Wilson, clerical serWces to board 

A. B. Freeman, per diem and expenses on board.. 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co., boxes - 

W. G. Lamb, stamps and labor 

\V. G. Lamb, telegrams, etc 

M. DeL. Haywood, services.-- - -. 

M. DeL. Haywood, serWces 

A. B. Freeman, per diem and expenses 



157.16 

40.00 
15.00 
104.00 
50.00 
39.90 
15.50 
32.00 
20.00 
72.00 ' 



May. 1916. 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses -- S 144. 6S 

Frances Wilson, servicea— 15.00 

C. H. Hicks, refund, fee entering senatorial primary, error.-, 5.00 

J. H. Burnett, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error... 5 .00 

J. F. Justice, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 5.00 

W. G. Lamb, stamps, etc.-- 35.92 

Southern Express Co., charges ! 82.65 

A. B. Freeman, per diem and expenses, member.. ' 104.00 

Miss Frances Wilson, clerical serWces 15 .00 

T.J. Armstrong, refund fee entering senatorial primary through error. _ 5 .00 

B. Xixon, refund fee entering senatorial primary through error 5.00 

A. C Payne, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 5.00 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, stamps 25.00 

A. M. Dula, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 5.00 

Robert fender, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error.. 5.00 

Charles Brenizer, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error. 5 .00 

W. G. Lamb, chairman, stamps . 55.50 

R. D. Sisk, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 5.00 

Charles P. Matheson, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through 

error -. - 5 .00 

G. S. Harrill. refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 5.00 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses 187.50 

A. B. Freeman. ser\'ices and expenses -' 72.00 

M. DeL. HajT^-ood, services 1 88.00 

B. M. Gatling, postmaster, stamps 1 25.00 

J. P. Cook, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error 1 5.00 

Eugene Transou, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error. j 5.00 

B. M. Gatling. postmaster, stamps j 25 .00 

Bruce Craven, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error.. J 5.00 

W. G. Lamb, sundry expenses paid __ 11.40 

M. DeL. Ha>'wood, services to board 32.00 

Francos Wilson, 2 weeks' work 15.00 

K. H. Stancill. refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error.,., 5.00 



June, 1916. 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses 

M. DeL. HajTvood, sen-'ices-- 

J. C. Herbert, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through < 

A. B. Freeman, services and expenses.. _ 

R. T. Claywell. servicea and expenses 

Frances Wilson, services ... 

J. \V. Pass, per diem and expenses, 10 days 

M. DeL. Ha>'wood, per diem, 9 days 

A. B. Freeman, ser^nces and expenses 

W. S. Wilson, servicea. 80 days 

Wilson G. Lamb, expenses 



115.05 
28.00 
5.00 
128.00 
154 .56 
15.00 
90.30 
36.00 
72.00 
320.00 
238.96 



206 



Document ITo. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE BOAilD OF ELECTIONS — Continued. 
July. 1916. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Clarence Call, serWces and expenses 

R. T. Cla>Tvell, services and expenses 

J. W. Pass, serWces and expenses 

A. B. Freeman, serWces and expenses 

Wilson G. Lamb, ser%'ices and expenses 

W. S. WUson, semces _. 

August, 1916. 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

Frances Wilson, services 

September. 1916. 

Frances Wilson, clerical seri-ices 

W. G. Lamb, services and expenses 

October, 1916. 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage 

M. DeL. Ha>"n'0od, services, 7 days 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage 

A. B. Freeman, per diem and expenses 

Wilson G. Lamb, per diem and expenses 

Ed. Lewis, services 

Frances Wilson, serWces 

M. DeL. Ha>T^*ood, serWces 

A. B. Freeman, services 

Wilson G. Lamb, ser\ices 

F. Wilson, serWces 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

November, 1916. 
W. S. Wilson, services. ..._ _ 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, stamps 

P. W. Patton, refund fee entering senatorial primary, through error. 

Clarence Call, per diem and expenses 

R. T. ClajTv-ell, per diem and expenses 

J. W. Pass, per diem and expenses 

Marshall DeL. Ha>"wood, ser^^ces 

A. B. Freeman, ser\'ices and expenses 

R. T. Cla>Tvell, services and expenses 

Wilson G. Lamb, services and expenses 

R. T. Claywell, per diem and expenses.. 

Total 



$ 100.89 

42.70 
46.00 
42.60 
88.60 
209.90 
96.00 



3.06 
10.00 



15.00 
392.50 



100.00 
28.00 
50.00 
141 .80 
183.65 
35.00 
15.00 
40.00 
64.00 
69.04 
7.50 
.82 



150.00 
30.00 
5.00 
52.20 
37.50 
60.40 
4.00 
92.30 
124.60 
279.15 
43.75 



STATE BOABD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
H. E. Austin, per diem and expenses, member board. 
H. E. Austin, attending board 

February, 1916. 

N. W. Walker, per diem and expenses on board ._ 

J. H. Highsmith, per diem and expenses on board 



t 43.75 

10.30 



47.70 
24.55 



1917 



Document No. 5 



207 



Statement E — Ccntinued. 



STATE BOARD SCHOOL EXAMINERS — continued. 

March. 1916. 
L. N. Hickcrson, serWces to board 



iMay. 1916. 

, H. E. Austin, sen-ices and expenses. Maj- 7-^ 

IJuly. 1916. 

' L. N. Hickerson. serrices and expenses 

J. Henry Highsmith, serrices and expenses.. 

I August, 1916. 

Herbert E. Austin, per diem and expenses... 

N. W. Walker, serWces and expenses— 

L. N. Hickerson, per diem and expenses 

September, 1916. 

, J. H. Highsmith. 



October, 1916. 
N. W. Walker, per diem and expenses.... 
J. H. Highsmith, services and expenses. 



November, 1916. 

H. E. .Austin, per diem and expenses... 

X. W. Walker, per diem and expenses J. 

J. Henry Highsmith, per diem and expenses.. 
1.. X. Hickerson, per diem and expenses 





18.75 


J 


13.05 




6.65 




65.75 




71.70 




32.60 




36.26 




23.50 




8.95 




27.45 




19.55 




16.60 




14.20 



Paid on above account as follows 
IWurch, 1916. 
W. S. Hyams, commissioner, services 



April. 1916. 

; T. W. Bickett, expenses to Washington. 



STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
J. Br>an (Jrimes, Secretary of State, salary, December.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary December 

R. H. Field, grant clerk, salarj-. December 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salar>'. December 



January. 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, January. 

J. E. Saw>-er. corporation clerk, salary, January 

A. U. Duprcc, grant clerk, salary. January , 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salar>'i January 



S 36.35 



$ 517.76 



i 


291 .74 




166.74 




150.00 




75.00 


% 


291 .66 




166.66 




150.00 




75.00 



208 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT — continued, 

February, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, February.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, February 

A. D. Dupree. grant clerk, salary, February 



$ 291 .66 

166 .66 
150.00 



March, 1916. 

Addle Bagwell, stenographer, salary, February 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary March.. 

J. E. ."^aw-j-er. corporation clerk, salary. March 

A. D. Dupree, grant clerk, salary, March 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, March 



April, 191E. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, April.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, April 

A. D. Dupree. grant clerk, salary, April 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, April 



75.00 
291 .66 
166.66 
150.00 

75.00 

291 .66 
166 .66 
150.00 
75.00 



May, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary. May.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary. May 

A. D. Dupree, grant clerk, salary. May 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary. May 



June, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, June. 

J. E- Sawj'er, corporation clerk, salary June 

A. D. Dupree, grant clerk, salary, June 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, June 



July, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, July. 

J. E. Saw>'er, corporation clerk, salary, July 

A. D. Dupree, grant clerk, salary, July 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, July. ... 



August, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, August.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, August 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, -August. 



$ 291 .66 

166.66 
160.00 
75.00 



t 291 .66 
166.66 
150.00 1 
75.00 



$ 291 .66 

166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



( 291 .66 

166.66 
75.00 



September, 1916. 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, .\ugust 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, September.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, September 

F. \V. Brown, grant clerk, salary. September 

.^ddic Bagwell, stenographer, salary, September 



t 150 .00 
291 .66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



October, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, October.. 

J. E. Saw5-er, corporation clerk, salary, October 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, October. 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, October 



291 .66 
166.66 
150.00 
75.00 



November, 1916. 
J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, salary, November.. 

J. E. Sawyer, corporation clerk, salary, November 

F. W. Brown, grant clerk, salary, November 

Addie Bagwell, stenographer, salary, November 



150.00 
75.00 



1917] 



Document N"o. 5 



209 



Statement E^^ContinurrJ. 



STATE DEPARTMENT, EXTRA CLERK HIRE. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February. 1916. 

J. liryan Crimes, Secretary of .State 

J. Bryan Grimes, i^ecretary of State, December.. 




45.00 
45.00 


s 


90.00 

90.no 
iM.no 


April, 1916. 
J. Bryan Crimps, Secretary of State. February ami \raroh 




90.00 


July, 1916. 
.1. Br.van Crimes. Secretary of .state, .^ipril. May, and .Iiine 




165.00 


August. 1916. 

J Brvan Clrimes. Secretary of .State . . 




75.00 




75.00 


SeptemtMr. 1916. 




25.00 
45.00 








70 .110 


November, 1916. 




45.00 
95.00 
45.00 






J. Brvan Grimes. Secretary of State 






185.00 






44.00 
56.00 
60.00 


Total 


% 


675.00 






Paid on above account as follows: 
December' 1915. 


s 








Avla r. Bledsoe, clerical serWces 




January, 1916. 


160.00 




48.30 
44.00 
60.00 










Ftbfuary, 1916. 
Sophy Crimes, clerical services 

A . C. Bledsoe, clerical services 


152.30 




60.00 
60.00 
58.00 


Mrs. M. B. Svme, clerical serWces 

March, 1916. 


17S.(Jll 




4.i.00 
48.00 
60.00 






Miss S. M. Crimes, clerical serWces 




April. 1916. 


I5:i .00 




00.00 
44.00 
60.00 






S M. Crimes, clerical services 1 '... 




May, 1916. 


IM.OI) 




20.00 




60.00 , 
12.00 













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210 



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[Seasion 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE DEPARTMENT, LAND ( 

June, 1916. 

Sophy M- Grimes, clerical services.. 



' FUND — conti: 



July, 1916. 

Sophy M. Grimes, clerical services.. 

August, 1916. 

I Sophy M. Grimes, clerical services. 
Mamie Stanley, clerical services — 



September, 1916. 

Sophy M. Grimes, clerical services.. 



$ 60.00 

16.00 



October, 1916. 
A. C. Bledsoe, clerical services. 
S. M. Grimes, clericals 



60.00 
50.00 



November, 1916. 

A. C. Bledsoe, cleri 

Sophy M. Grimes, clerical services. 

Arthur Brimley, clerical services 

M. B. .Syme. clerical services 

A. C. Bledsoe, clerical services 

S. M. Grimes, clerical services 

M. B. Syme. clerical services 



60.00 
60.00 
5.00 
45.00 
60.00 
60.00 
60.00 



STATE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
Dr. J. H. Pratt, appropriation, sxirvey and good roads.. 



March, 1916. 

Dr. J. H. Pratt. appropriati( 



June, 1916. 

Dr. J. H. Pratt, appropriation, 1916. 



September, 1916. 

Dr. J. H. Pratt, balance appropriation, 1916.. 



Total. 



STATE GUARD. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1915. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 
George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 

January, 1916. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation. 1916 . 

February, 1916. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation. 1916. 



$ 5.000.00 
10,000.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



211 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GUARD — contiriued. 
March. 1916. 
George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 

Aprll, 1916. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation. 1916- 

May,1918. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation. 1916. 

June, 1916. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 
George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 

July, 1916. 

George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 
George L. Peterson, paymaster general, appropriation, 1916. 

Total -- 

STATE GUARD, SPECIAL. 



Paid on above account as follows; 
December. 1915. 

L. \V. Young, expenses to Wilson. _ 

B. \. Lemert. expense account to December 4 

R. E. Hagan, packing, etc., damaged supplies 

Josiah Holt, expense account to December 12 

B. Durham, amount paid out for services, supply depot.. 

E. R. Blanton, clerical services, Adjut.int General 

John Holman. sergeant, quarters, lights and fuel _ 

W. M. Pate, expenses to Dunn, N. C S. O. 243, A. G. O 

W. Lewis, work, State arsenal 

L. W. Young, expenses to Washington and Dunn, S. O. 241-243. 

W. D. Holland, executing S. O. 242 

W. Lewis, services. State arsenal 

J. W. Pike, guard, arsenal, salary, December 



January, 1916. 

H. T. Hicks Co., sal soda for arsenal 

R. C. Young, work at arsenal — 

E. H. Baker, P. M. N. M., executing S. O., A. G. O., inventory N. M. 

E. R. Blanton, services. Adjutant General's Department 

B. Durham, labor and drayage, arsenal 

Josiah Holt, fuel, lights, and quarters, to January 12 

John Holman, fuel, lights, and quarters, to Janijaty 15 

B. A. Lemert, expense account to January 4 

Will Lewis, work at arsenal... 

Southern Railway Co., mileage book. Adjutant General 

E. H. Baker, balance expenses mustering Hertford Div., N. C. N. M. 

J. A. Smith, work at arsenal 

W. J. Smith, work at lysenal 

B. Durham, paid for servicet 
J. W. Pike, guard. 



3 5,000.00 
5,000.00 



S 5,000.00 
4,500.00 



i at arsenal.. 



al. salnr 



Fabruaiy, 1916. 
James Smith, labor, 
Hubert Goode, labor 
R. T. Newcomb, sorv 



rnoWng arsenal 

, moving arsenal 

ices, moving arsenal.. 



S 50,000.00 



4.50 
32.70 

4.50 
30.00 

8.00 
125.00 
60.00 
20.00 

3.00 
32.25 
79.97 

8.00 
50.00 



9.00 
31.25 
40.00 
44.35 

6.60 
30.00 
30.00 
34.50 

1.00 
20.00 , 
28.70 
11.00 
11.00 

9.00 
50.00 



212 



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I Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GfAHD, SPECIAL— COhHh Ue</. 

February, 1916. 


S 3.00 
7.00 
16,50 
16.50 
.iO.OO 
20.00 
24 .70 
30.00 
32.47 
30.00 
9.50 
IS. 50 
9.00 
50.00 

i 9.00 
1.30 
9.00 
20.00 
.30.00 
31.76 
30.00 
33.50 
9.00 
9.00 
0.25 
66.16 
10.00 
50.00 




Will Lewis, work, arsenal 












L. W. Young, executing S. 0. 23. A. G. , 

.Seaboard' Air Line Ry., mileage book, Adjutant General's Dept 
































March, 1916. 

Will Lewis. 6 davs at arsenal 


S 316.6 


























Sergeant R. L. Edwards, expense account 


























313.9 


April. 1916. 


S 6.02 
6.25 
112.40 
20.00 
30.00 
20.00 
30.00 
33.39 
13.10 
50.00 










Norfolk Southern Supply Co., mileage book, Adjutant General— 

.Sergeant E. E. Wilson, expense account 

Southern Railway, mileage book, E. E. Wilson 

Sergeant John Holman, expense account 

York Coleman, expenses to Raleigh, S. 0. 49, A. G. 0.. 

T. C. .Swanson, expenses to Hertford to ship ordnance. 

SerL'fant .1. W. Pike, euard. arsenal, salary, April 




May. 1916. 
Hertford Hardware and Supply Co., nails and screws for packing guns. 

Albemarle Lumber Co., packing-cases for guns 

B. F. White, crating guns for shipment.. 

W. G. Wright, hauling lumber and guns 

Mrs. M. H. White, full payment rent, armory 

Robert L. Edwards, fuel, lights, and quarters, to May 10 


$ 1.23 
12.43 
11.20 

8.00 
80.00 
35.60 
30.00 
30.00 
23.95 
30.00 

4.75 
10.57 
20.00 
50.00 




E. II. Baker, expenses visiting divisions N. M., S. 0., A. G. 0... 

L. W. Young. Adjutant General, expenses to Cliarlotte, May 20 




B. Durham, expenses to Charlotte, May 20 - - 




Agent Seaboard Air Line Ry., mileage book. Adjutant General 

Sergeant J. \V, Pike, guard, arsenal, salary, May 


347." 



1017 



DocUilEKT ISTo. 5 



213 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GUARD, SPECIAL — continued. 
June, 1916. 

X. L. Walker, repairs, arsenal ._ 

Hart-Ward Hardware Co.. lock, etc., arsenal.- 

E. H. Baker, expenses mustering out First Division N. C. N. M 

R. L. Edwards, fuel, lishts, and quarters, to June 10 

Elmer E. Wilson, expense account. Sergeant C. A. C 

John Holman, expense account. Sergeant U. £3. A 

Baxter Durham, weekly pay roil, arsenal 

R. L. Edwards. Sergeant U. S. A., expense account 

.Seaboard .\ir Line Ry. Co., mileage book. Adjutant General's Dept. 

Will Lewis, work at arsenal 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, arsenal, salary, June 



6.80 I 
3.30 
40.00 ' 
31 .00 1 
30.00 
34.70 
20.70 I 
23.00 
20.00 
9.00 j 
30.00 



July. 1916. 

John Hulman, Sergeant U. .S. A., expense acco\mt.- 

J. W. Harrelson, special services. Adjutant General's Dept... 

WiU I.*wis. labor at arsenal 

E. H. Baker, serWces as paymaster, July 1. 1915 to June 30, 1916.. 

J. W. Harrelson, work. Adjutant General's Department.. , 

WiU Lewis, work, .State arsenal 

J. T. Gardner, expenses, meeting advisory board... 

Will Lewis, work, .State arsenal 

Elmer E. Wilson, quarters, hghts. and fuel, to July 19 ., 

Robert L. Edwards, quarters, lights, and fuel, to July 10 

Will Lewis, work, arsenal 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co.. mileage book, .\djutant General 

John Holman, expense account 

Sergeant J, W. Pike, guard, salary, July 



15.00 
36.00 
11.50 
300.00 , 
35.00 
12.00 
31.40 
14.30 
30.00 
30.00 
9.00 
20.00 
18.00 
50.00 



August, 1916. 
A. M. Maupin Co., premium on bond. Paymaster N. C. N. M — 

Will Lewis, services at arsenal.. 

Will Lewis, services at arsenal 

Robert L. Edwards, expense account to August 10 

Will L«wis, work at arsenal 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls. Adjutant General's Dept — 

Elmer E. Wilson, sergeant, expense account... 

W^illiam Denton, sergeant, expense account... 

Will Lewis, work at arsenal... 

E. B. Haynes, work at arsenal 

Seaboard Air Line Ry., mileage book. Adjutant General's Dept.. 
Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, salary, August 



5.00 I 
9.00 
9.00 
30.00 
9.00 
52.88 
30.00 
30.00 
9. 00 
60.00 
20.00 I 
50.00 



September, 1916. 

Will Lewis, work at arsenal S 

Will T.ewis, work at arsenal 

Barnes Printing Co.. tags for arsenal 

Southern Express Co.. charges. Adjutant General j 

W'ill I,ewis, work at arsenal ! 

E. H. Baker, Paymaster N. C. N. M., salary, July and August ' 

Will l.cwis, work at arsenal 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls. Adjutant General's Dept 

E. B. Haynes. services at arsenal.. 

Mitchell Printing Co., cards. D. Q. M... 

Will Lewis, services. State arsenal 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, salary, September 



10.50 

3.00 
13.44 

9.00 
50.03 

9.00 
57.38 
60.00 

2.00 
11.00 
50.00 



October, 1916. 
Scai,<,:trd Air Line Ry. Co., mileage book. Adjutant Ge 
Will I^ewis, work at arsenal 



214 



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[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE GUARD. SPECIAL — continued 
October, 1915. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., tolls. Adjutant G( 

Southern Express Co., charges, Adjutant General 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, guard, arsenal, salary, October.. 

Will Lewis, services at arsenal 

Will Lewis, services at arsenal 

Elmer E. Wilson, quarters, heat, and lights, August and September 
Will Lewis, work. State arsenal 



November, 1916. 

E. B. Haynes, work. State arsenal, October 

Will J. Carter, repairing electric wiring, arsenal 

Will Lewis, services, arsenal, keys and drayage 

Will Lewis, services, arsenal 

Will Lewis, services, arsenal 

Thomas H. Briggs, ladder for arsenal 

Sergeant J. W. Pike, salary, November 

Seaboard Air Line Ry. Co., mileage book, Adjutant General 
E. B. Haynes, work, State arsenal 



COMMISSION, 



Paid on above account as foil 
December. 1915. 

Madge Johnson, salary, November.. 

Boylan-Pearce Co., supplies 

Southern Express Co., charges, November 

C. P. Eldridge, services and expenses, November... 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses, November 

Collier Cobb, Jr., services and expenses, November 

J. D. Waldrop, services and expenses, November.. 

Ford Sales Co., machine, etc 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams 

Ira B. Mullis, services and expenses 

W. S. Fallis, engineer, services and expenses, November. 

S. D. Scott, services and expenses 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses, November 

Alfred Williams & Co., autographic kodak 

Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 



January, 1916. 

W. E. Gentry, team, road work, Ashe County. 

Federal Glass Co., jars, road material 

Mcintosh Stereopticon Co., lantern supplies 

Everett Waddey Co., engineering instruments 

Everett Waddey Co., office supplies 

C. M. Hardin, Caldwell County, photos 

Keuffel & Esser Co., office supplies 

L. F. Williams, services to commission 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams 

W. S. Fallis, salary and expenses, December, 1915. 
Madge Johnson, salary, salary, December, 1915... 
R. P. Coble, salary and expenses, December, 1915 

Ira B. Mullis, salary and expenses, December 

C. P Eldridge. salary and expenses, December... 
J. D. Waldrop. salary and expenses, December... 




1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



215 



Statement E — Continued, 



STATE HIGHWAT COMMISSION — continued. 

January. 1916. 

E. M.UzzeUA Co., lumber 

Concrete Appliances Co., instruments, office use 

Southern Express Co., charges _ _ _-. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. telegrams .^ 

February. 1916. 

Mr-Iiitosh >!tereoptican Co., miopticon, etc 

Baker-Thompson Lumber Co.. lumber, exhibit boxes ., 

Madge Johnson , salary, January 

T. F, Hiekerson, expenses to January 10 '. 

N. C. Geological and Economic Survey, freight, road models 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls. January 

C. W. Riggings, services 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses, January _, 

Raleigh Towel Supply Co.. services. January 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

W. S. Fallis , salarj' and expenses, January.. 

Western Vnion Telegraph Co., telegrams. January 

March, 1916 

R. P. Coble. serWces and expenses 

Madge Johnson, stenographer, salary, Februar>' 

R. E. Snowden. services and expenses, February 

Dillon Supply Co., supplies 

E. F. Mendenhall, services to commission 

Ira B. Mullis, services and expenses, February 

W. S. Fallis, services and expenses, February 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, prints 

N. C. Geological and Economic Survey, expenses, road institute 

William L. Craven, services and expenses 

T. H. Briggs & Sons, supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams, February 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing... 

April, 1916. 

Ma<ige Johnson, salarj', March 

Southern Express Co., charges 

G. V. Roberts, expenses. October, I9I5, to April, 1916 

W. S. FalUs. salary and expenses, March 

Ford Sales Co., supplies 

R. E. Snowden, salar>' and expenses, March 

, R. P. Coble, salar>' and expenses to April 1 

Ira B. Mullins, services, March _ 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., services, March 

■ Carolina Electric Blue Printers, blue prints 

Western Union Telegraph Co., messages 

May, 1916. 

Madge Johnson, saiarj-. April 

Collier Cobb, Jr., services, 1 day 

R. E. Snowden, services, April; expenses, March and April 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses, April 

W. W. Shakenbcrg, making case 

W. S. Fallis, 8er\-irea and expenses, April 

Ira B. Mullis, salarj-, April... 

WeBlern Union Telegraph Co., tolls 



t 2.84 


20.55 


7.38 


3.43 


t 68.30 


4.32 


75.00 


3.30 


13.30 


1.67 


7.27 


180.74 


1.00 


6.11 


268.62 


8.04 


t 187.05 


75.00 


71.20 


8.42 


5.00 


44.56 


301 .25 


10.34 


46.16 


212 .48 


2.60 


4.51 


5.00 


$ 75.00 


3.39 


29.65 


279.61 


.26.83 


105.57 


195.05 


130.00 


2.98 


3.43 


6.23 


{ 75.00 


3.50 


78.44 


213.91 


1.56 


319.13 


100.00 


8.13 



216 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued, 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION — COHtiHUed. 

June, 1916. 

Madge Johnson, salary, May 

R. L. Williamson, services 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses 

Ford Sales Co., storage and supplies, machine 

R. P. Coble, salary and expenses, May 

W. S. Fallis, salary and expenses, May 

Ira B. Mullis, salary and expenses, May 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, blue prints 

Macy & Lawler. signs, inspection trip... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

Mcintosh Stereopticon Co., supplies... 

Prof. John E. Smith, services... 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls 

July. 1916. 

Madge Johnson, salary. June 

R. W. McGeaehy, services, June,.. 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses 

Ira B. Mullis. services, June 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses 

Carolina Electric Blue Printers, blue prints 

W. S. FalUs, salary and expenses, June 

Southern Express Co., charges... 

Wooten Moulton, photographs 

W. L. Spoon, expenses and work 

Western Union Telecraph Co., tolls 

August, 1916. 

W. L. Craven, services and expenses 

D. H. Winslow, expenses 

T. F. Hickerson, expense account 

S. B. Howard, services and expenses 

Madge Johnson, salary, July 

W. S. FalUs, services and expenses , 

D. H. Winslow, expense account 

Ira B. Mullis. services and expenses 

R. P. Coble, services and expenses 

R. W. McGeaehy, services. July 

R. E. Snowden, services and expenses.. 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls... 

W. M. Peyton, services and expenses 

W. L. Spoon, expenses 

Western Union Telegraph Co.. tolls... 

September, 1916. 

R. Wissner McGeaehy, services, August 1-12 

W. S. Fallis, salary, August 

Madge Johnson, stenographer, salary 

D. H. Winslow, expenses on car. Central Highway maintenance 

T. F, Hickerson, expenses, August 15-17.. 

Ford Sales Co., storage, suppUes, repairs, etc., July. 

Southern Express Co., charges.. 

Ford Sales Co.. storage and supplies 

Woodside Motor Co.. auto supplies, etc 

W. L. Spoon, expense account 

W. S. Fallis. expenses, August 

Wythe M. Peyton, per diem and expenses, August — 




89.00 

5.68 

16.15 

51.00 

75.00 

314 .06 

7.53 

175.42 

235 .25 

40.00 

68.84 

1.11 

3.58 

57.39 



16.20 
208 .33 
75.00 
20.42 
18.51 
5.00 
2.28 
32.38 
19.67 
82.23 
168.47 
123.96 



Document Xo, 5 



217 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION' — continued. 
September, 1916. 

R. E. Snowden, per diem and expenses, August 

Ira B. Mullis. per diem and expenses, August 

R. P. Coble, per diem and expenses, August 

William L. Craven, salary and expenses, August... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. tolls... 

Universal Sales Co.. Ford agents, supplies 

Carolina Motor Co., auto supplies 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 



October, 1916. 

D. H. Winslow. expense inH'ount 

Madge Johnson, salary. September 

R. E. Snowden. services and expenses 

B. M. GatUng, postmaster, postage 

W. L. Spoon, expense account 

Office Stationery Co., supplies 

W. S. Fallis, services and expenses, September 

W. L. Craven, services and expenses, September 

R. P. Cohle, services and expenses, September 

W. M. Peyton, services and expenses, September 

Southern Express Co., charges 

Standard Motor Co., supplies and storage, September., 



November, 1916. 

R. L. Williamson, draftsman. ■ $ 

Western Union Telephone Co., tolls.. 

Madge Johnson, salary, October and November ___ 

William L. Craven, salary and expenses, October 

R. E. Snowden, salary and expenses, October.. 

R. P. Coble, salary and expenses, October.. 

Universal Sales Co., supplies _ 

Carolina Motor Co.. supplies 

B. M. Catling, postmaster, postage.. _ 



t);i.l9 
i2;i.o:i 

261.05 , 
320.22 

25.80 I 

25.61 

15.67 



10.58 
75.00 
73 .65 
50.00 ' 
29.92 I 
2.00 I 
345 .18 I 
471 .68 I 
239.64 ' 



$ 16.87 


1,378.49 


16.36 




150.00 




235.09 




84.52 




242.78 




1.40 




14.22 




31.62 






792.86 




t 14,066.68 





STATE HOSPITAL, OOLDSBOBO. 

I i 

Paid "in above account as follows; I 

January, 1916. I 

H- H. Laiy, Trca.'iurcr ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 t 10,000 .00 ! 



February, 1916. 

B. U. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 % 8,000.00 

B. R. Lacy, Treas^urer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 7,250.00 



March, 1916. 
I! R. Lacy, Treasi 



i/.//icio, appropriation for support. l'J16_ S 10,000.00 



May, 1916. 

It. R. Lacy, TrcH.surer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 



July, 191B. 

H. R. Lacy, Treasurer tx officio, appropriation for 3Upi)ort. 1916 $ 5,000.00 

H. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916 7,500.00 



218 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



August. 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ( 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer t 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer t 



>1TAL, GOLDSBORO — contitiuefL 

officio, appropriation for support. 1916 % 15,750.00 



officio, appropriation for support. 1916 

officio, balance appropriation for support. 



Paid < 
January, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer e 

February. 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 

March, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer e 

May, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex 

June, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy. T 



; HOSPITAL. MORGANTON. 

I above account as follows: 

officio, appropriation for support, 1916. 



: officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
: officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



■ officio, appropriation for support. 1916.. 



officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
officio, appropriation for support. 1916,. 



July, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer e 

August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 

September, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer e 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer < 



: officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
: officio, appropriation for support. 1916.. 
: officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
: officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



: officio, appropriation for support, 1916 

: officio, balance appropriation for support.. 



STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIGH. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916... 

January, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916... 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 



February, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 



% 13,000.00 
13.250.00 





20,000.00 
11,250.00 




20,000.00 




10,000.00 
21,250.00 




15,000.00 




15,000.00 




21,250.00 




10,000.00 




20,000.00 
21,250.00 



{ 10,000.00 
6,000.00 



t 10,000.00 
3,750.00 



r.MT] 



Document N'o. 5 



219 



Statement E — Continued. 



S 10,000.00 
10.000.00 



$ 5,000.00 I 
7,000.00 ' 

3,000.00 ; 



STATE HOSPITAL, RALEIOH — Continued. 
March, 1916. 
B. R. Lary. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support 

ApriM916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio appro, for support and builiiing.. 

May, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916... 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916-.. 

June, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support _. 

' B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916.,. 

July. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Trea-surer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916... 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916.,. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building 

August, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916... 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for building 

September, 1916. 

H. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support, 1916-., 
B. R, Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, balance appro, for building, 1916 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 1916-.. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, appropriation for support. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, balance appro, for support.. 

Total _ 



$ 10,000.00 
5,000.00 
5.000.00 
5,000.00 



S 12,762.50 
5,000.00 



$ 10,000.00 I 

10,000.00 I 



STATE LIBRARY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

^L O. Sherrill, State Librarian, salary, December 

Carrie Broughton. assistant librarian, salary, December. 

Myrtle King, assistant librarian, salarj*, December 

E. F. Lewis, janitor, salary, December. 

January. 1916. 

M. O. Sherrill, State Librarian, salary. January 

Carrie Broughton. assistant librarian . salary, January.. 

Myrtle King, assistant librarian, salary, January 

E. F. Lewis, janitor, salarj'. January ^ 

February, 1916. 

M. (). Sherrill. State Librarian, salary, Februarj' 

Carrie Broughton, assistant librarian, salary, February. 

Myrtle King, assistant librarian, salary, Februarj' 

E. F. X-ewie, janitor 



$ 10,000.00 
10,000.00 
13.837.50 



t 


145.87 




75.00 




• 41 .74 




60.00 


% 


145.83 




75.00 




41.66 




60.00 


t 


145 .83 




75.00 




41.66 




60.00 



S 210,350.00 



220 



Document ]^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE LIBRARY — continued. 
March, 1916. 


$ Ho .83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 


















S 322.49 


April, 1916. 


$ 14.5 .83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322 .49 


May, 1916. 


i 145 .83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322.49 


June, 1916. 


S 145.83 
75.00 
41.66 












262.49 


July, 1916. 


$ 60.00 
145 .83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 


M. O. Sherrill, State Librarian, salary, July 

Carrie Broughton, assistant, salary, July 1 __ 










382.49 


August, 1916. 


S 145.83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322 .49 


September, 1916. 


$ 145.83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322 .49 


October, 1916. 


$ 145.83 
75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322.49 


November, 1916. 
M. 0. Sherrill, State Librarian, salary, November. 


S 145 .83 

75.00 
41.66 
60.00 
















322.49 






Total 


$ 3,870.00 







1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



221 



Statement E — Continued. 



FATE LIBRARY, COXTIXG 



Paid on above arrount as follows: 
December, 1915. 

American Historical Association, annual dues 

Vninn Librarj- Association, books, etc 

E. F. Pescud, books, etc 

H. W. Wilson, books, etc - - 

•National Child Labor Commission, membership and buUeti; 
IV R. Anderson, Richmond College Historical Papers, 1915-. 

\\ A. Smith, book - 

\. 7.. A. Publishinsr Board, books, etc 

Hi-ltic Freshwater Pool, book 



January, 1916. i 

I't.ion Library .\ssociation, books, etc S 

^'.luliern Historical .Society, books 

I'.hiiid Parker, book .._ _ | 

.Ic.liii P. .\Tthur, book.... [ 

W. W. Wilson Co., book ....; 

.\niorican Library Association, membership dues 

II. W. Wilson Co., subscriptions... j 



February. 1916. 

.Mary H. Hinlon, book 

National Education Assn., membership and proceedings, Oakland.. 

North Carolina Librarj' .Association, annual dues 

II M. Henry, book 



March, 1916. 

The H. W. Wilson Co.. book 

The Alujnni Review, subscription 

The Union Library .Association, book 

The Bumham .\nliriue Book Store, books.. 

The t'nion Library .Association, books 

- Tennessee Historical Magazine, books 

Pierce A Scopes, Inc.. books 



April, 1916. 

Daniel H. Ncwhall, books.. 

North Carolina Booklet, subscription 

McClelland, Goodchild & .Stewart. Ltd., books. 
The Union Library .Association, books 



May, 1916. 

E. F. Pescud, subscription 

The H. W. Wilson Co., books 

Dodd, Mead 4 Co., books 

The Cadmus Book Shop, books 

Coodspeed's Book .Shop, books 

The Union Librar.v .Association, books.. 



June, 1916. 

I. L. Nash, b.H.k 

\'. Marquis Co., books 

.rliern .Socialogical Congrcas, dues, 1916.. 

M. Sikes, book 

ri.c Union Librarj' As6r>ciation, book 



3.00 I 
20.23 i 
93.95 
5.00 I 
2.00 I 
1.00 
2.00 I 
4.40 
2.00 



1.50 
1.00 



1.00 I 
1.25 



2.00 
12.69 




222 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE LIBRARY, CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 
July, 1916. 
The H. VV. Wilson Co.. book 


S 1.00 
2.00 
1.40 
5.54 




Southern Good Roads, book 




The H. W. Wilson Co.. book—. 




Margaret Dashiell. book 








August, 1916. 

The Times-Dispatch Publishing Co., subscription 


i 6.00 
3.55 
1.98 
3.60 
2.00 








National Map Co.. map . 




Princeton University Press, books 










17.13 


September, 1916. 


$ 9.00 
8.50 
.90 
4.25 
3.00 
5.16 
1.50 
1.00 
1.00 


New York Times, subscription 




H. W. Wilson Co.. books. 




Annual Review Publishing Co.. books 




WilUam West Bradbeer, books 




The Union Library Association, books 








J. P. McConnell, book 




Laymen's Missionary Movement, book. 






34.31 


October, 1916. 

American Historical Association, annual dues 


S 3.00 
1.50 
1.50 
3.00 
6.44 
1.48 


E. B. Hatcher, books 




R. F. Jarrett, book... 




The National Education Association, active inst. dues 














16 .92 


November, 1916. 

Tennessee Historical Magazine, subscription. Vol. 2 


S 2.00 
15.87 
25.00 
1.31 
2.25 
1.25 
4.47 
3.00 
1.90 
1.50 
1.00 
2.00 
2.00 


Library Bureau, X. 0. cabinet with rods 








Houghton-Mifflin Co., books 




The Arthur H. Clark Co.. books 








Union Library Association, books 




Mrs. Samuel A. Ammon. book. 




The H. W. Wilson Co.. books 




Mrs. H. C. Prince, book . 












Norman Forester, book... 






63.50 




S 26,000.00 


Total 








8T.\TE .NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE. 

Paid on above account as follows; 
December, 1915. 






I 25,000.00 


March, 1916. 


'} 25,000.00 







1917] 



Document No. 5 



223 



Statement E — Continued. 



STATE NORMAL AND INDUSTRIAL COLLEGE — continued. 

May, 1916. 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation for support. 1916 



August. 1916. 

E. J. Forney. 



appropriation for support.. 



September. 1916. 
E. J. Forney, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916. 



S 25.000.00 
5,000.00 
20,000.00 



Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings 



2,251.85 
989.00 



January, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 



February, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy. Treasurer t 



lings.. 



$ 6,055.23 
5,607.00 
4.578.56 



March, 1916. 
H. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 

April, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Laiy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 



1,447 .( 

6,729.54 

2,707.06 



3,689.63 
8,875.47 



May, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings. 



S 13,310.00 
7,711.08 
48,526.39 



August, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy. Treasurer ex officii 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officii 



earmngs.. 
, earnings.. 



$ 13.135.05 
!2,274.27 



September, 1916. 

li. It. Lacy, Tl 



r ex officio, earnings. 



November, 1916. 
V. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 
B. R. Lacy, Treasurer ex officio, earnings.. 



% 15,602.92 

14,514.66 

570 .28 



?24 



DocrMENT 1*^0. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



E PRISON SUNDAY SCHOOL APPRO 

Paifl on above account as follow 



January, 1916. 

T. P. Sale, warden, appropriatif 



Paid on abo^-e account as fall 
December, 1915. 
J. F. Harwofxi. shfrifT, Dm-hani Cu 



rrhart^es, etc., 1914. 



January. 1916. 

Lincoln Lithiu Water Co., paid twice 

Edgar Hall, sheriff Hoke County, overcharges. 1913-1914. 
Blue Ridge School for Boys, error 



February, 1916. 

J. G. McCrory Co., corporation tax. error 

Asheville Cotton Mills, overcharges 

Fairview Dnig Co., unexpired liquor license- 



March. 1916. 
Morganton Mfg, and Trading Co,, error 

Oscar Fussell. horse dealers license erroneously coUected. 

J, T. Best, sheriff Columbus County, errors, etc., 1914 

Parks-Belk Co., refund overpayment 

Whiteville Lumber Co.. refund overpayment 

Wennonah Cotton Mills, refund overpayment __. 

Buckhorn Lithia Water, refund overpayment 



April. 1916. 

Talcum Puff Co.. refund overpayment 

J. R. Fulp & Son, refund overcharges, bowling alleys 

J. P. Arledge, C. S. C. Polk County, overcharges inheritance tax, 

Dickey Campbell & Co., overcharges... 

Forest Furniture Co., overcharges 



May, 1916. 

J. B. Mitchell. Sheriff C: 



iden Coxmtv 



charges, etc $ 



July, 1916. 

Parks-Bclk Co., account error 

Southern Hosiery Mills, overcharges. 



September. 1916. 

R. A. Cherry, refund overcharges, hotel license tax... t S 

W. A. McMillan, refund peddler's license. 

October. 1916. 
Biscoe Hardware Co., refund 

Cagle Mountain Improvement Co., overpaid, 1915 



83.00 
48.50 



June, 1916. 

Nichols Shoe Co., refund overcharges $ 13.83 

Sanitary Steam Laundry, overcharges j 10.51 

Standard Building and Loan As-sociation, overcharges '. 107.09 

\V. D. McLaurin, Sheriff, Scotland County, overcharges. 54.05 

Poole Bros. Co., overcharges 14.94 



$ 


25.36 




1,048.14 




15.70 


s 


29.60 




6.91 




48.55 


i 


2.77 




23.96 




429.03 




23.94 




137.34 




49.80 




27.67 



S 


47.50 




95.00 


$ 


443 .00 




49.80 



1917] 



Document !N"o. 5 



225 



Statement E — Continued, 



STATE TAXES REFCXDED — Continued. 
November. 1916. 

W. M. Buckner, tax collector. 1915 

Kinston Mfg. Co.. 1915 

J. T. Best, sheriff, refund, Independent Ice Co 

Total - - 

STATE TEXTBOOK COMMISSION. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
June, 1916. 

S. B. Underwood, ser\'ices and expenses 

\V. H. Hipps, serWces and expenses _ 

P. J. Long, services and expenses 

A. T. Allen, services and expenses 

July, 1916. 

Haitie Parrott, services and expenses _ : 

A. T. Allen, per diem and expenses , 

P. J. Lonp. serWces and expenses 

S. B. Underwood, per diem and expenses 

The Raleigh Times, advertising bids 

News and Observer, publishing advertisement for bids, school books 

Ha>T»"ood Edmundson, services 

A. T. Allen, per diem and expenses 

Hattie Parrott, services. _ 

August. 1916. 

P. J. Long, per diem and expenses 

Hattie Parrott. per diem and expenses 

P. J. Long, per diem and expenses. 

W. D. Terrj', special services _ 

A. T. Allen, per diem and expenses 

B. B. Dougherty, per diem and expenses 

W. H. Hipps, per diem and expenses. 

W, H. Hipps, per diem and expenses 

Annie Tra\'is, services 

S. B. Underwood, per diem and expenses 

L. G. Cherr>*, revenue stamps 

November, 1916. 
A. T. Allen, expenses, member, sub _ 

Total 



LL JACKSON MANUAL TRAINING AN'D INDPSTRIAL 8CHO( 

Paid on above account as follows: 

treasurer, part appropriation for support, 1916.. 



S 152.00 
128.53 
133.45 


$ 


4U.00 




t 


3,516.26 



December, 191S. 
n. U. C.ltra; 



March, 1916. 
D. B. Coltn 



, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



April, ISie. 
C. E. Boger, aupcriatendent, appropriation for support, 1916.. 



83.88 
97.52 
78.42 
82.85 



67.26 
76.55 
85.49 
82.96 
50.40 

114 .97 
30.00 
86.80 

121.90 



111.51 
69.00 
84.59 
25.00 
77.11 
308 .55 
214.57 
234 .57 
59.20 
142 .72 
.30 



15— Part I— 191« 



DoCtTMENT No. 5 



[Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



. JACKSON MANUAL TRAINING AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL — CJ 



June, 1916. 
D. B. Coltr 



July, 1916. 
D. B. Coltr 



appropriation for building, 1916. 



part appropriation, 1916.. 



August, 1916. 

D. B. Coltrane, treasurer, part appropriation for support. 



September, 1916. 

D. B. Coltrane, treasurer, appropriation for support, 1916., 



Total - 

SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
ary, December 



December, 1915, 

C. C. Cherry, sa 



January, 1916. 
C. C. Cherry, s 



February, 1916. 
C. C. Cherry, 



March, 1916. 

C. C, Cherry, 



April, 1916. 

C. C. Che 



May, 1916. 
C. C. Cherry, 



June, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, 



July, 1916. 

L. G. Che 



August, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, sa] 



September, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, 



October, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, sal 



November, 1916. 

L. G. Cherry, 



, January. 



y, July 

y, August 

y, September. - 

ary, October 

ary, November.. 



1,000.00 
1,000.00 
4,500.00 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



Statement E3 — Continued. 



SUPREME COURT, CONTINGENCIES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Dtcember, 191S. 
Edwards cSi Broughton Printing Co., repairs to books. 

Ftbruary, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., repairs to books. 

July. 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., repairs to books. 

September, 1916. 
Edwards & Broughton, repairs to books 



November, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., repairs to books. 



SUPREME COURT REPORTS, PRINTING OF 

Paid on above account as follows: 



February, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughto 



March. 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co.. 



June, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., account. Vol., current reports. 



July, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., printing.. 



October, 1916. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., on account 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co., balance. Vol. 171. 

November, 1916. 
Edwards A Broughton Printing Co 



TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHO-VE ACCOUNT. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
Decenber, 191S. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments.. 

Weetern Union Telegraph Co., messages, several departments.. 



Juiuary, 1916. 
Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., services, several departments.. 
Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments,. 
Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 



s 


! 

454.97 


$ 


1,410.21 


s 


132 .94 


s 


1 

1,000.00 
510.29 


t 


39.00 



176.10 
12.84 
95.40 



12.31 

158 .55 
41.67 



228 



Document No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement E — Continued. 



APH AND TELEPHONE ACCOUNT — Continued. 

February, 1916. i 

Asheville Telephone and Telegraph Co., messages by Governor 

Southern Bell Telephone Cb., service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., services, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., services, several departments 

March, 1916. 

Southern Bel] Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. services, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 

April, 191E. 

Raleigh Telephone Co., rent, October, 1915, to Apiil, 1916.. _. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service and tolls, several departments.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., telegrams, several departments 

W'estern Union Telegraph Co., telegrams, several departments 

May, 1916. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., phone service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., services, several departments 

June, 1916. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

.Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 

July, 1916. 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., rent and tolls... 

Raleigh Telephone Co., rent, several departments 

Western Union Telephone Co., tolls, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls 

August, 1916. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments.. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

American Telephone and Telegraph Co., tolls. Governor Craig 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, etc 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., services, several departments. 

September, 1916. 

.Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 

October, 1916. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co.. message by Governor 

Western Uruon Telegraph Co., messages by Governor, Asheville.. 

American Telephone'and Telegraph Co., tolls by Governor, Asheville. 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., services, September 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., services. State departments... 

November, 1916. 

Battery Park Hotel, call. Governor Craig 

Southern Bell Telephone Co., service, several departments 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co., tolls, several departments 

Western Union Telegraph Co., tolls, several departments 

Total - 



2.51 

159 .90 

5.71 



157.50 
153 .90 
11.37 
68.54 



8.37 
72.71 



6.32 
180.41 
53.91 



204.48 
81.00 

301 .78 
14.28 



13.57 
4.14 
76.89 
11 ..30 



235 .37 
6.74 



.51 
13.70 
15.14 
167.20 
119.17 
5.77 



3.86 
128.99 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



Statement E — Continued. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



Paid on above account as follows: 
D«c«mber, 1915. 

B. R. Lacy. ??tate Treasurer, salary, December.. 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, December 

A. H. Arriugton, teller, salary, December 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, December.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salar>', December 



January, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, January 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, January 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, January 

W. W. Xewman, institution clerk, salary. January. 
Eva W'arter?. stenographer, salary, January 



291 .74 
166.74 
116.74 
100.00 
75.00 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



February, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, February 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary. February 

A. H. .\rrington, teller, salary, February.. 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, February.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, February. 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



Marth, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, .State Treasurer, salar.v, March 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, March 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, March 

W. W. Xewman, institution clerk, salao', March.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, March 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



April, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, April 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, April 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, .^pril 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, April.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, April 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



Hay. 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary. May 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salarj'. May 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary. May 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary. May.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary. May 



291 .66 
166 .66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



lune, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, June 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, June 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, June _ 

W. W*. Newman, institution clerk, salary, June., 
Eva Wart*rs, stenographer, salar>', June 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



iuly, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, July. 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, July 

A. H. -\rrington, t«ller. salarj', July 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, July.. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, July 



291 .66 
166.66 
116.66 
100.00 
75.00 



230 



Document 'No. 5 



[ Session 



Statement E — Continued, 



THEASURT DEPARTMENT — continued. 

August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, August. , 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, August 

A, H. Arrington, teller, salary, August 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, August 

Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, August 

September, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, September 

W. F. Moody, chief clerk, salary, September... , 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, September 

W. W. Newman, Institution clerk, salary, September. 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, September. _ 

October, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, salary, October 

W. F. Moody, private secretary, salary, October 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, October 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, October... 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, October.. 

November, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasiu-er, salary, November 

W. F. Moodj', chief clerk, salary, November 

A. H. Arrington, teller, salary, November 

W. W. Newman, institution clerk, salary, November, 
Eva Warters, stenographer, salary, November 

Total 



TREASURY DEPARTME 

Paid on above account as follows: 
January, 1916. 
L. G. Daniels, services, November and December 

February, 1916. 
B. A. Patton, expenses collecting auto license tax from Grant Motor 
Car Co... 

March, 1916. 

E. R. Carroll, 20 days' services 

L. G. Daniels, clerical services 

Scott, McCullough & Charnley, services 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, expenses to New York 

April, 1916. 
E. R. Carroll, services 

May. 1916. 
E. R. Carroll, services _ -.. 

June. 1916. 

Earl Sykes. services 

R. P. Reade, fee, case Baylor & Co. v. Commissioners Durham County 



$ 291 .66 


166,66 


116.66 


100.00 


75.00 


i 291 .66 


166.66 


116.66 


100.00 


75.00 


t 291.66 


166.66 


116.66 


100.00 


75.00 




t 


40.00 




17.50 




50.00 




50.05 


S 


60.00 


s 


50.00 


$ 


50.00 




17.50 



1917] Document No. 5 

Statement ^—Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, CONTINGENCIES — Continued. 

July, 1916. 
E. R. Sikea, services -.- 

August, 1916. 

B. R. Lacy, State Treasurer, expenses to Xew York, re loan 

E. R. Sikes, clerical 9er\'ice8-- -.- 

Earl Sykes, clerical services _ 

September, 1916. 
\V. H. McCuUough, annual attention to vault 

November, 1916. 
B. R. Lacy, expenses to New York to renew loan, National Park Bank 

W. B. Swindell, clerical services - 

Mrs. W. C. Rodabush, clerical services 

Mrs. \V. C. Rodabush, clerical services 

Total - 

UNIYERSITY OP NORTH CAROLINA. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
J. A. Warren, bursar, part appropriation for support, 1916 

January, 1916. 
J. A. Warren, bursar, part appropriation for support, 1916 

February, 1916. 
J. A. Warren, bursar, part appropriation for support, 1916 

March, 1916. 
J. A. Warren, bursar, part appropriation for support, 1916 

April, 1916. 

J. A. Warren, bursar, part appropriation for support, 1916 

May, 1916. 

J. A. Warren, bursar, improvements _. 

J. A, Warren, bursar, improvements, 1916 

July. 1916. 

J. A. Warren, bursar, appropriation for support .* 

J. A. Warren, bursar, appropriation for support, I9I6 

August, 1916. 
.J, A. Warren, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916 

October, 1916. 

J A. Warren, bursar, appropriation for permanent improvements, 1916 

November, 1916. 

J. A. Warren, bursar, appropriation for support, 1916 

J. A. Warren, bursar, balance appropriation, 1916 __ 

Total 



231 



$ 


50.80 




50.00 




33.35 


t 


15.00 


i 


49.45 




58.50 




16.00 




18.00 

1 



i 10,000.00 
10,000.00 



$ 10,000.00 
9,166.66 



t 9, .583 .33 
19,166.67 



232 



Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement E3 — Continued. 



VANCE MEMORIAL. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
I J. H. Martin, expenses to New York 



January, 1916. 

{ W. A. Hoke, expenses to Washington., 



May, 1916. 
Gutzon Borglum, balance due 

W. A. Hoke, expenses to Washington.. 

Gorham Mfg. Co., balance due from Borglum 

June, 1916. 

W. A. Hoke, expenses re Vance Statue. 

Edwards & Broughton Printing Co printing for 

July. 1916. 

Laura Lindsay Carter, expenses to Washingt 
M. V. Moore, expenses to Washington, unveiUng 
Clement Manly, expenses to Washington, unveiling 

August, 1916. 

J. Bryan Grimes, expenses to Washington, account statue __ 

Clerk Superior Court Wake County, costs, case State of North Caro- 
lina V. Borglum 




September, 1918. 

John II. Martin, expenses to Washington, unveiling.. 



WATAUGA AND YADKIN RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
February, 1916. 
B. B. Lacy. Treasurer ex officio, 30 shares stock 



I AND MEASURES. 

Paid on above account as follows: 
December, 1915. 
T. F. Brockwell. standard keeper, salary, December.. 

January. 1916. 

T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, January — 



February, 1916. 

T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, February. 



March, 1916. 

T. F. lirofkwrll, standard keeper, salary, March.. 



April, 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, April.. 



1917] Document 'No. 5 

Statement E — Continued. 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES — COniinued. 

May. 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, May.-. 

June. 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, June — 

July. 1916. 
T. F, Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, July.. 

August, 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, August.. 

September, 1916. 
T. F, Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, September 

October, 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, October 

November, 1916. 
T. F. Brockwell, standard keeper, salary, November.. 

Total 



233 





8.33 




8.33 




8.33 




8.33 




8.33 




8.33 



234 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT F— GENERAL FUND. 

Showing the Several Sources from Which the Receipts of the Public Fund Were Derived 
During the Twelve Months Ending November 30, 1916. 



Additional State taxes _ 

Agricultural Department.. 

Appropriation disabled soldiers, refund 

Atlantic and North Carolina Railroad dividends.. 

Audubon Society Fund 

Automobile licenses, State Department— 

Automobile licenses. Treasury Department 

Bank stock tax — general... 

Bank stock tax — pensions.. 



Building and loan stock tax— general- 
Building and loan stock tax — pensions.. 



Contingencies 

Corporation ad valorem — general... 
Corporation ad valorem — pensions- 



Corporation franchise tax penalties 

Corporation franchise taxes 

Corporation tax. State Department 

Express companies, priWlege taxes 

Express companies, property tax — general... 
Express companies, property tax — pensions.. 



Fees, bank examinations 

Fees, Executive Department.. 

Fees, Insurance Department 

Fees, State Department 

Fees, Treasury Department , 

Fire loss. Uzzell Building 

Fisheries Commission Board 

Forest reserve fund _ 

Freight, express, and drayage.. 

Fuel, lights, and water 

Oil Fund, transfer... 

Inheritance taxes 

Insurance Department taxes 

Insurance Department licenses 

Interest on bank balances 

Land titles, assurance of 

Laws and Journals, sale of... 

Mercantile agencies _ 

Negro Agricultural and Technical College 

North Carolina Experiment Station 

North CaroUna Agricultural and Mechanical College. 

North Carolina Railroad dividends 

North Carolina School for Deaf... 

Oil Inspection Fund.. 

Paper account, refund , 

Pension refund 

Piano and organ dealers' licenses 

Postage and stationery 

Privilege tax on railroads 

Appropriation rural libraries, refvmd 

Railroad property tax — general 

Railroad property tax — pensions _ 



S 73,473.16 

12,417.64 



9 10,595.05 
1,792.37 



$ 361,426.72 
62.174.94 



1,538.32 
260.00 



$ 297, 189 .35 

50.398.10 



1917J 



Document I^o. 5 



235 



Statement F — Continued. 



Refrigerator cars, property tax — general,.. 
Refrigerator cars, property tax — pensions.. 



Seals, Executive Department 

Seals, State Department 

Sewing machine licenses 

Sketches North Carolina Confederate Veterans.. 

Sleeping-car, property tax — general 

Sleeping-car, property tax — pensions 



153 .20 
25.90 



187.86 



State Board of Elections 

State and Colonial Records, sale of... 

State's prison earnings 

State taxes received from sheriffs — general .:$1, 621,509 .87 

State taxes received from sheriffs — income 61,386.38 

State taxes received from sheriffs — pensions 285,874 .55 



Indigent pupils. 

Steamboat and canal property tax — general... 
Steamboat and canal property tax — pensions. 



605.28 
102.33 



179.10 
2,524.75 

454.00 
3,242.45 



1,299.40 

2,665.00 

96.50 

206,270.19 



,968,770.80 
8,218.62 



Street railway, light, and water property tax — general— . 
Street railway, light, and water property tax — pensions.. 



Supreme Court Reports, sale of 

Suspended banks 

Telegraph privilege tax 

Telegrpah property tax — generaL.. 
Telegraph property tax — pensions.. 



34,411.65 
5,816.06 



2.360.23 
398 .91 



40.227.71 

6. 516 .08 

21.23 

15.135.48 



Telephone property tax — general- 
Telephone property tax — pensions. 



Telephone companies, tax on receipts.. 
Trade marks 



7.192.14 

1,215.82 



8.407.96 

26,397.36 

89.30 



236 



Document !N"o. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT G— GENERAL FUND. 

: Different Purposes for Which DibBURSEMENxs of the Public Fund Were Made 
DuRma THE Twelve Months Ending Noveuber 30, 1915. 



Adjutant General 

Agricultural Department 

Agricultural societies. 

Appalachian Training School 

Appropriation for disabled soldiers 

Appropriation for public high schools 

Appropriation for public schools _ 

Appropriation for public schools, equalizing fund 

Appropriation for rural libraries _,, 

Auditor's Department 

Auditor's Department, contingencies 

Audubon Fund. 

Automobile Fund... 

Board Internal Improvements 

Board of Public Charities 

Capital punishment 

r'apitol Square _ 

r':irttT-Abemethy invest igat ion _,. 

( "iiswell Training School _ , 

Cherokee Normal School of Robeson County 

Colored Normals 

Commissioner of Insurance 

Commissioner of Insurance, contingencies 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing 

Commissioner of Labor and Printing, contingencies.. 

Confederate Women's Home 

Constitutional Amendment 

Contingencies _ 

Convicts - _. 



CuUowhec Normal and Industrial School 

Department of Public Instruction 

Department of Public Instruction, contingencies-. 

East Carolina Teachers Training School 

Elkin and Allegheny Railway Co., 

Executive Department 

Farm Life Schools _ 

Fisheries Commission Board 

Freight, express, and drayage 

Fuel, lights, and water ___ 

Fugitives from justice _ 

Gettysburg Battle-ground Commission 

Governor's traveling expenses. 

Guilford Battle-ground Association 

Hog cholera serum 

Indigent pupils expenses 

Inheritance tax refunded _ 

Insurance on State property 

Interest account, special 

Interest account 4 per cent 

Interest account, 6 per cent 

Judiciary 

Laborers' pay roll .._ _.. 

Legal serWces and expenses _. 

Legislative examining committee 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



237 



Statement G — Continued. 



Loan to State - 

Mansion and grounds 

Mansion, servant hire 

Mattamuskeet Railway Note 

Mitchell Peak Park Commission 

Moores Creek Battle-ground Association 

Negro Agricultxu"al and Technical CpUege 

North Carolina Agricultural and Mechanical College 

North Carolina Board of Health 

North Carolina Corporation Commission 

North Carolina Commission, contingencies - -- 

North Carolina Experiment Station 

North Carolina Historical Commission.. _. 

North Carohna Institution for the Deaf, Dumb, and Blind. 

North Carolina Library Commission 

North CaroUna Sanatorium for Tuberculosis 

North Carolina School for the Deaf and Dumb 

North Carolina State Firemen's Association 

North Carolina Volunteer Firemen's Association 

Oil Inspection Fund 

Oxford Orphan Asylum, colored 

Oxford Orphan Asylum, white 

Paper account 

Pensions 

Pensions, Inmates Soldiers Home 

Postage and stationery 

Pubhc buildings and grounds 

PubUc printing 

Refund State taxes 

Reprint Supreme Court Reports - 

Revision court procedure 

Settling State taxes 

Soldiers Home.... 

Special auditing expense 

State Board Elections 

State Board of School Examiners 

State boundaries 

State Department 

State Department, extra clerk 

State Department, land grants 

State Geological Sur\-ey.. 

State Guard 

State Guard, special 

State Highway Commission... 

State Hospital, Goldsboro 

State Hospital, Morganton 

State Hospital, Raleigh 

State Library 

State Library, contingencies 

State Normal and Industrial College 

State's Prison, earnings 

State's Prison, Sunday School appropriation 

State taxes refunded 

.State Text Book Commission 

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School.. 

Superintendent Public Buildings and Grounds 

Supreme Court, contingencies 

Supreme Court Reports, printing of 



375,000.00 

6,631.84 

754.00 

1,562.56 

13,745.48 

500 .00 

31,750.00 

209,032.71 

55,500.00 

31,366.74 

6,560.69 

22,500.00 

11,028.15 

72,539.15 

4,000.00 

65,000.00 

68,000.00 

3,750.00 

625 .00 

78,6.50.74 

6,000.00 

20.0{JO.OO 

25,005.35 

454,720.00 

1,854.00 

16,694.34 

7,067.13 

36, 766 .73 

2,177.48 

11,605.62 

140.68 

474,00 

37,250.00 

3,. 551 .34 

6,697.05 

517.76 

54.16 

8,200.00 

675 .00 

1,615.30 

15.000 .00 

50,000.00 

4.044.01 • 

14,066.63 

105,000.00 

205,000.00 

210,350.00 

3,870.00 

443 .90 

100,000.00 

206,270.19 

50.00 

3,516.26 

2,398.82 

24,500.00 

1,200.00 

29.80 

4,557.41 



Document No. 5 



Statement G — Continued. 



Telegraph and telephone account 

Treasury Department 

Treasiiry Department, contingencies.,. 

University of North Carolina _ 

Vance Memorial __, 

Watauga & Yadkin River Railway Co. 
Weights and measures 

Total.- _ 



$ 3,856.74 


9,000.00 


791.15 


145,000.00 


6,203.38 


3,000.00 


100.00 


$4,888,401.17 



PART TWO 



STATEMENT 1. 

Showing the Number axd Value of the Different Subjects of Taxation 
AND Gross Tax fob State, Pension, School and County Purposes, and 
the Aggregate Value of Real and Personal Property of Each County 
for the Year 1915, as per Returns on File in this Department. 



1 P.irt II 1916 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1. 



ALAMANCE COUNTY. 
R. N. Cook, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres ot land, 258.300 

M.-inutacturiRg properties outside incorporated townp 
Town lots, 2,068- 



Total valuation of real estate- 



buggies, wagons, carts. 



Horses, 4.160 

Mules, 1,800. ;. 

Jacks and jennets, 23_. 

Cattle, 8,428. 

Hogs, 7.735 

Sheep, 1.164 

Goats, 223... 

Dogs, 797 

Value farming utensils. 
Value carriages, barn< 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures. 

Value tools ot mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 

Btruments. provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits , 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal propertj'. 



Total valuation real and personal property. 
Income tax 



$2,277,978 

319,828 

1,754,140 



S 278.236 

132,037 

860 

132,119 

33,557 

2,430 

267 

3,195 

78,937 

86,894 
10,221 
8,724 

271,950 
11,291 
40,773 

749,405 

24,475 
52,034 



Schedule B. 



Theaters 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers... 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants, brokers- 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys etc 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works... 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



Tax. 

90.00 
310.00 
550.00 
180.00 
100.00 
85.00 
150.00 
10.00 
80.00 
21.00 
21.50 
75.00 
5.00 
210.00 
170.00 



$ 5.391.21 

756.93 

4,151.46 



1 658.49 

312.49 

2.04 

312.68 

79.42 

5.75 

.63 

7.56 

186.82 

205 .65 
24.19 
20.65 

643.61 

26.72 

96.50 

1,773.59 

57.92 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ALAMANCE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks _. 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B _ 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax 

Total Schedule C— _. 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ __ 

Polls- 

Total taxes for pensions. 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY THEASCHER. 

IMiite polls. 3,.5C4. @ $1.50.. 

Negro polls, S39, (5 $1.50 _ 

Dogs, 1,8S9, (5: $1 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2,182,158 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $8fi8,429_._ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,282,452 

Value bank stock, $.509,760 __ 

Value building and loan association stock, $64,201 _ 

Value corporation excess, $136,677 _ 

Listed by white citizens, $6,299,364 

Listed by negro citizens. $346,117 _ 

Special tax^ tor schools _ __ _ _ 

Total amount general and special school tax. 

COtJNTT TAXES. 

County purposes... _ _ 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes ___.' 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



315.00 
50.00 
70.00 

415.00 



S 230.00 
178.70 



t 2,658.19 
528 .36 



$ 5,346.00 
1,258.50 



4,364.32 

1,736.86 
2,564.90 
1,019.52 
128.40 
273.36 I 
12,598.73 1 

692.23 
11,351.14 



$25,339.86 
19,481.93 
19,287.11 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY. 
R. A. Ad.vms, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 158,222 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 465 



Total valuation oi real estate.. 



bugg 



wagons, carts, 



Horses, 1,185 

Mules, 1,798 

Jacks and jennets, 11-- 

Cattle, 5,494 

Hogs. 4,2S1 - 

Sheep, 250-— 

Goats, 24 -. 

Dogs, 246— 

Value farming utensils. 

Value carriages, harnc 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixttlres 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State - - 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles-. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property- 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Schclule B. 



$1,276,917 
2,000 



82.405 
133,799 



84.117 
18,232 



1.385 
28,679 



2,768 

94,392 

2,286 

23,097 

350,049 

25 1 



t 3,022.04 
4.73 
1.18 



t 195 .03 

316.66 
1.30 



3.28 
67.87 

91.12 
1.33 
6.55 

223 .39 

5.41 

64.66 

823 .45 

.06 



$2,457,982 
Tax. 



Traveling theatrical companies .' $ 45.00 

Lawyers, Phy.sician8, etc --- - 1 95.00 

Coal dealers.- --- -- 20.00 

Undertakers - | 15.00 

Livery stables - I 23.00 

Peddlers — . 75 00 

Hotels • 17.00 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc - --- -.. 75.00 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 5.00 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 40.00 

Soda fountains | 25.00 

Stallions or jacks- - - 30.00 

Cigarette dealers, retail- -,.- 35.00 



Total Schedule B., 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ALEXANDER COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax - 

Total Schedule C - - 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes _ -. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property __ 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY THEASURER. 

White polls. 1,580, @ J1.43 __. 

Negro polls. 110. & $1.43 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by Sta*e Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $113. 110- .-. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $29,050 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $411,912 

Value bank stock, 526,454 , 

Value building and loan association stock, $4,139 

Value corporation excess, $18.469.. , 

Listed by white citizens, $2,424,288 

Listed by negro citizens, $33,694 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes lor county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



% 9S3.19 
202.80 



t 2,239.40 
157 .30 

226.22 

58.10 

823 .82 

62.91 

8.28 

36.94 

4,848.58 

67.39 

5,352.17 



$ 8,135.81 
8,568.03 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ALLEGHANY COUNTY. 



A. F. Reeves, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXE3. 



Acres of Und, 132.667 , 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 2 
Town lots, 83 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,225 _.__ 

Mules, 451 

Jacks and jennets, 16 

Cattle, 10,376 __. 

Hogs, 4,452 

Sheep, 8,043 

Goats, 182 _ 

Dogs, 106 _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits , 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State _._ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc _. 

Horse dealers ., 

Lightning-rod agents 

Newspaper contest 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



148,964 
29,649 
2,024 
210,449 
15.840 
15,765 
229 



16,535 
1,685 



10,464 
146,917 



Total Schedule B. 



15.00 
80.00 
25.00 
50.00 
10.00 
70.00 
25.00 
10.00 
5.00 



{ 2,326.20 
1.54 
82.90 



352 .55 
70.17 
4.79 

498.06 
37.49 
37.32 



.54 
2.07 
47.67 



1.18 
24.77 
347.70 



i 4,057.56 
89.50 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ALLEGBUVNY COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continucd. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Total Schediile C 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes — 

SPECIAL T.AX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property - - — 

PoUs - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXB3 PAYABLE TO COT7NTT TRBA5TTBER . 

White polls, 1,037, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 39, @ $1.50. 

Value bank stock, J37,234 

Listed by white citizens, Jl.732,861 

Listed by negro citizens, $18,812 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COtJNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for courthouse..- 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



t 685 .79 

129.12 



t 1,555.50 
58.50 
74.47 

3,465.72 
37.68 

3,498.93 



$ 3,954.12 
1,751.70 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statemen't 1 — Continued. 



ANSON COUNTY. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 324.597.. 
Town lots, 2,004 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,143 

Mules, 4,149... 

Jacks and jennets, 3.. 

Cattle, 5.856... 

Hogs, 6,129 

Sheep, 311 

Goats. 194 



15. 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics.. _ 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Dealers in second-hand clothing 

Horse dealers... 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels. - 

Cotton oil mill 

Gift enterprises 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bottling works 

Newspaper contest 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hin 

Soda loun tains 

Stallions or jacks 



$2,603,276 
877,129 



93,226 
354,902 



87,734 
27,433 



75,518 
6,167 
5,207 

148,146 
4,435 
19,972 
439,263 
25,024 
525 



S 6,161.09 
2,075.87 



220.63 
839.93 



207.64 
65.02 



178 .73 
14.49 
12.32 

350.61 
10.50 
47.27 
1,039.59 
59.22 
1.24 



Tax. 

105 .00 
35.00 

220.00 
10.00 
10.00 
45.00 
40.00 
25.00 
10.00 
35.00 
15.00 
20.00 
25.00 
1.50 
60.00 
10.00 
60.00 
55.00 
30.00 



1917] 



Document ISTo. 5 



Statejient 1 — Continued. 



ANSON COUNTY— Continued. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B-conlinucd. 



Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail - - - 



100 .00 
20.00 
160.00 



. Total Schedule B. 



Marriage li< 
Subjects unlisted. 
Double tax 



219.00 

.24 

11.35 



Total Schedule C— 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECI.4L TAX FOR PENSIONS 



PropertV-. 
Polls - 



Total taxes for pensions _ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL T.AXE8 PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 2,015, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 1,876. @ S1.50.... .__ 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property oi banks, $702,001 _ 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $107,936... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,829,755 

Value bank stock, $253,258 

Value building and loan association stock, $22.642 

Value corporation excess, $32,910 

Listed by white citizens, $1,891,632 

Listed by negro citizens, $497,535 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amouDt general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



Count y purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes. 



Total county taxes. 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



S 2,155.67 
466.92 



$ 3,022.50 
2,814.00 

1,404.00 

215 .87 

3,659.51 

506.52 

45.28 I 

65.82 

9,783.26 

995 .07 

4,168.34 



$17,886.22 
17,428.59 
8,337.67 



10 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ASHE COUNTY. 
\V. A. SIcWiLLiAMS, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 266.521 

Manutacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power propert: 

1,860 _... 

Town lots, 314 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 4,153. 

Mules, 5S1 

Jacks and jennets, 26 

Cattle, 20,364 

Hogs, 7,483 

Sheep, 12.225 

Goats, ITS 

Dogs, 277 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



21,833 
35,768 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Income tax 

Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Liverystables 

Peddlers 

Hotels 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire. 
Malt dealers 



276,589 
38,708 
1,955 
420,046 
24,539 
25,336 
263 
1,560 
42,528 

28,257 
1,867 
3,105 

84,960 

2,032 

30,195 

425,616 

25 



Tax. 

30.00 
145 .00 
15.00 
55.00 
19.00 
200.00 
3.75 
5.00 
30.00 
5.00 
10.00 



51.68 
84.65 



654.59 
91.61 I 
4.63 

994.11 
58.08 
59.96 



.62 



66.87 
4.42 
7.35 

201.07 

4.81 

71.46 

1,007.29 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



11 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ASHE COUNTY— CoxTiNOED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks.. 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECLAL T.AX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COU^ 

White, Indian, and negro polls, 2,804 _ 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. $2,730 _._ , 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $7,700 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $224,860 

Value bank stock. $16.000 , 

Value corporation excess. SI. 955 

Listed by white, Indian, and negro citizens, $3,682,180 

Special taxes for schools __ 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COTJXTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



15.00 
100.00 
50.00 
35.00 



$ 1,472.87 
336.48 



15.40 

449.72 

92.00 

3.91 

7,364.36 

8,135.87 



12 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



AMSRY COUNTY. 
J. H. Von Cannon, Sheritf. 



Acres of land, 152,173 

Manutacturing properties outside incorporated towns 



Town lots, 739.. 



Total valuation ot real estate. 



Horees, 942 

Mules, 276 _.. _ 

Jacks and jennets, 8_ _. 

Cattle, 5.446 _ _ _ 

Hogs, 3,208 

Sheep. 2,150 

Goats, 3L 

Dogs, 24 _._ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools ot mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\'isions ot all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorc.vcIes- 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Value. TolalValue. 



Total valuation personal property.. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 
ScheduCe B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels __ - - 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works — 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles fo 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



74,379 
21,363 
505 
95,046 
11,890 
4,632 



37,762 
3,914 
25,959 
71,384 
1,785 



Total Schedule B.. 



$1,721,223 
Tax. 

% 25 .00 

130.00 
15.00 
50.00 
50.00 
30.00 
25 .75 
10.00 
30.00 
25.00 
30.00 
60.00 
75.00 
45.00 



{ 2,573.48 
1.73 
355.21 



176.03 
50.56 
1.19 

224.94 
28.14 
10.96 



24.52 
1.47 



61.43 

168.94 

4.22 



1917] 



Document !N^o. 5 



13 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



AVERY COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE T.vXES — Continued, 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C -- 

Total Schedules B and C _ 

Total general taxes - 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls — 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 1.431, @ SI 50 

Real estate listed by carporations assessed by State Tax C 

mission, including real property oi banks, $213.915 ___ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $58,035 — 

Value bank stock, $14,825 _ 

Value corporation excess. S78.0S5 _ 

Listed by white citizens, $1,721,223 

Special taxes lor schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes ' 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes _ 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



t 683.48 

111 .7; 



437.83 

116.07 

29.65 

156.17 

3,442.44 

5,340.93 



t 8.350.48 
483 .00 



14 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY. 
W. B. WraDLET, Sheriff. 



STATE T.OCE 



Acres oi land, 336,209 _ 

Acres manufacturing properties outside incorporated 

towns, 6,094 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 3,571 



Total valuation of real estate- 



Horses, 2,475 

Mules, 2.324 

Jacks and jennets, 3 

Cattle, 8,875 

Hogs, 24,609 

Sheep, 1,268... 

Goats, 584 

Dogs, 325 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions ox all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State-... 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



44,339 

7,582 

2,378,730 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property- 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies • 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 
Slot machines with fixed returns.. 



183,207 

197,742 

350 

93,842 

54,911 

1,405 

611 

3,257 

57,748 

79,392 
7,593 
8,819 

376,509 
12,603 
43,461 

393,490 

200,906 
59,351 
49,370 



104.93 

17.94 

5,629.66 



$ 433.60 

467.99 

.83 

222 .09 

129 .96 

3.32 

1.44 

7.71 

136.66 

187.89 
17.97 
20.87 

891 .07 
29.83 
102.86 
931 .26 

475.48 
140 .47 
116.84 



Tax. 

75.00 
115.00 
225 .00 
250.00 
30.00 
30.00 
80.00 
75.00 
15.00 
3.00 
150.00 
53.00 
20.00 
450.00 
1.50 



1917] 



Document Xo. 5 



15 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BEAUFORT COUNTY— Continced. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Bottling works _. _ - 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains.... 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax remitted to single 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total genera] taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property... 

Polls - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 3,086, ® $1.50 

Negro polls. 1,738, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations .assessed by State Tax Co 

mission, including real property of banks, $641,164 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $404,656. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $970,359 

Value bank stock, $284,673 _ _ 

Value building and loan association stock, $2,337 

Value corporation excess. $25.347 

Listed by white citizens. $7.435,195 

Listed by negro citizens, $602,367. 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes.. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



180.00 
55.00 

115 .00 
20.00 

125 .00 

355.00 i 



323.00 
212.34 



$ 3,215.1 
581 .23 



S 4,629.00 
2.637.00 

1,282.32 

809.31 

1,904.72 

569.35 

4.67 

50.70 

14,870.39 

1,204.73 

3,545.82 



$22,941.31 
20,040.92 



16 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BERTIE COUNTY. 
John W. Cooper, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 392.995 $2,740,499 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 108,458 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties* 355,506 

Town lota, 1,248 709,339 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,002 

Mules, 2,883 

Jacks and jennets, 3 

Cattle, 7,903. 

Hogs, 24,630 

Sheep, 2,201. 

Goats, 373. 

Dogs, 173 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles . 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits. 

Shares oi stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State. 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Schedule B. 



Theaters 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Peddlers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Cotton oil mill 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for fiire.. 
Soda fountains 



216,872 

253,888 

200 

68,676 

47.724 

2,285 

353 

1,211 

66,702 

87,959 
4,828 
3,204 



47,683 
764,167 



1,610 
59,998 



t 6,485.83 

236.68 

841 .36 

1,678.77 



513.26 

600 .87 

.47 

162 .53 

112.95 

5.41 

.84 

2.87 

157.86 

208.17 
11.43 
7.58 

693 .18 

8.64 

112.85 

1,808.53 

3.81 
142 .00 
12.97 



Tax. 

15.00 
65.00 

145 .00 
10.00 
5.00 
75.00 

125 .00 
40.00 
50.00 
17.50 
20.00 
1.50 
30.00 

130.00 
95.00 



•Corporations included. 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



17 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BERTIE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — corUinued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Stallions or jacks _ 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail _ - 

Total Schedule B. _ 

Schedule C. 

MarriaEe licenses - 

Subjects unhsted - 

Delinquents for year 1914 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions ^ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PATABLE TO COITNTT TRBASUBBR. 

White polls. 1.773, @ $1.50 

Negro polls. 1.757, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by carporationa assessed by State Tax Com- 

mLssion, including real property of banks. $102.803 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Comml'ssion. including personal property of banks, $.)2.S75 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc.. $794,051 

Value bank stock. $127,996 

Value corporation excess. $17.250 

Listed by white citizens. $5.052.809 

Liste<l by negro citizens. $918,791 

Special taxes for pchools 

Fines and penalties 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COtJNTT TAXES. 

County purposes _ _._ _ 

Bridges and roads 

Total county taxes 

Total .State, school, and county taxes 



70.00 
50.00 
30.00 
260.00 



$ 209.00 
2.52 
3.31 



t 2,474.91 
423 .60 



S 2,659.50 
2,635.50 

325.61 

105 .75 

1,588.10 

255 .99 

34 .50 

10,105.62 

1,837.58 

16,334.46 

702.41 



$15,604.64 
14,490.70 



2— Part 11—1916 



18 



Document ]M"o. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BLADEN COUNTY. 
J. M. Clark, Sheriff, 



Acres of land, 495,734 ^ 

Manulacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, qur.rry, and water-power properties, 

11.531 - 

Town lots, 805 __ 



Total valuation of real estate- 



Horses, 706 

Mules, 2.366 

Jacks and jennets, 3.. 

Cattle. 4.025.. ._ 

Hogs, 14,510 

Sheep. 440 

Goats, 447..-. - 



, 513.. 



ileal i 



Value tarming utensils 

Value carri.tges. harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, 
struments. provisions of all kinds, fii 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares ol stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State...- 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



$2,670,655 
11,830 



39,611 
234.602 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents - - 

Coal dealers 

Undi rtakers- -- 

Horse dealers.. 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles lor hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in cap pistols, Srecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



63,130 
241,431 



1,572 
45,429 

62,733 
1,S90 
4,298 

181,799 

3.121 

16.154 

266,501 

200 



Total Schedule B-. 



Tax. 

10.00 
60.00 
10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
100 .00 
10.00 

10.00 

7.50 
40.00 
20.00 
20.00 
20.00 
40.00 



P3.75 
555.22 



149.41 
671.39 



148.47 
4.47 
10.17 

430.26 

7.39 

38.23 

630.72 

.47 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



19 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BLADEN COUNTY— Continued. 

BTATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses _ - 


$ 152.00 


$ 152.00 




Total Schedule C 












$ 1,652.48 
351.60 


< 539.50 






$ 10,316.69 


SPECIAL TAX FOB PENSION'S. 


Polls 










$ 2.616.00 
1,779.00 

548.32 

562.90 

2,?S6.93 

79.79 

13.26 

7,266.44 

995.97 

17,663.05 


2.004.08 






S 12,320.77 




SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TRE.VSOBER. 

While polls. 1.744, @ S1.50 




Ne?ro poll?. 1.186, @ $1.50 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. S274.158 

Pereonal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks. $231.443. ._ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc.. $1,193,467 

Value bank stock, $39.896 _ 












Listed by negro citizens, $492,986.- 










$15,337.74 
1.844.72 


33,911.66 




COUNTY TAXES. 
















17,182.46 






$ 63,414.89 





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Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY. 
J. E. Robinson, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acre? of land, 415,457 .._ $2,349,043 

Manulacturing properties outside incorporated towns 52,805 

Town lots, 799 ' 493. 6S0 



Total valuation of real estate- 



Horses, 460 

Mules. 769 

Jacks and jennets, 20 

Cattle. 5,159 

Hogs, 17,242 

Sheep, 2,917 

Goats, 1,283 

Dogs, 425 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value ofhce furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools ol mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions ot all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand- 

Solvent credits _ 

Shares ot stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State _ - 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property _ 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies _.. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents. 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Hotels _ 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



43,312 
100.523 
829 
49,415 
27,509 
3,003 
1.295 
2.710 
27,317 

. 25,730 
2,492 
3,241 

99.129 

3,077 

23,866 

128.995 

51 
12,472 
22,141 



45.00 
60.00 
30.00 
20.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
9.00 
75.00 
40.00 
50.00 
45.00 
80.00 



102.50 
237 .90 

1.! 

116.94 
65.10 
7.10 
3.04 
6.41 
64.65 

60.89 
5.90 
7.67 

234 .60 

7.28 
56.48 
305 .28 

.12 
29.52 
52.40 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



21 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BRUNSWICK COUNTY— CoNTiNDED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued, 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C _ 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ - - 

Polls - 

Total taxes for pensions - 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls. 1.305. @ S1.50._ 

Negro polls, 762. @, 5150 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property ot banks, $4.575 

Personal Property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including persona! property oi banks, SI, 500 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $969,714 

Value bank stcck, $76,028 .-. 

Value building and loan association stock, $6,330 

Value corporation excess, $2,000. 

Listed by while ci.izens, $3.275.918 

Listed by negro citizens. $354.947 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes _ 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



t 1,452.35 
248 .04 



S 1,957.50 
1,143.00 



1,939.43 

152.05 

12 

4.00 

6,551.83 

709.89 

6,503.94 



$10,480.40 
15.025.02 



22 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY. 



B. A. Patton, Tax Collector. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land. 364.117- 
Town lots, 13.551 



Total valuation of real estate- 



Horses, 4.213 

Mules, 2.810 .. 

Jacks and jennets. 29 , 

Cattle, 21.767 _ _ _ -.. 

Hogs, 8.855- 

Sheep, 1.38S 

Goats. .'59- - 

Dogs. 294.. _ 

Value larming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools ol mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions ol all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other propirty 

Total valuation personal property _ 

Total valuation real and personal property 



Income tax 

ScheduL' B. 
Theaters S 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Cirrus or menagerie 

LawTers, physicians, efc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers. 

Undertakers 



$7,179,244 




$16,990.88 


12.056,979 


$19,236,223 


28,534.85 






5 2!)8,422 




$ 706.26 


211,021 




499.42 


1,6.56 




3.92 


381,604 




903.13 


44.234 




104.09 


2,620 




6.20 



96,908 
41.. 535 
16,124 

793,955 
06,131 



25,330 
130,376 



Ho 



> deale: 



Bicycle dealers 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Gypsies or fortune-tellers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels -.. 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Gift enterprises __ 

Slot machines with fixed returns.— 

Bottling works.. 

Meat-packing houses 



Tax. 

75.00 
735.00 
485 .00 
1.300.00 
1,000.00 
524 .38 
327 .50 

25.00 

30.00 
400.00 
112.00 
375 .00 

12.50 
100.00 
586.25 
1,3.50.00 
100.00 

30.00 
360.00 
300.00 



38.16 

1,879.02 
156 .52 
136.09 

3,581 .29 

59.95 

308.55 

1.19 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



23 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BUNCOMBE COUNTY— CoxTiNnED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B—contimied. 

Newspaper contest.. S 25.00 

Automobiles or other motor velucles lor hire _ 577.50 

Soda fountains. - I 403.00 

Stallions or jacks 190.00 

Dealers in pistols -. 195.00 

Cigarette dealers, retail 935.00 



Total Schedule B_. 



Marriage li( 

Arrears for insolvents.. 

Double tax 

Double tax remitted... 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSION'S. 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes tor pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABL 



> COtJNTY TRE.V3IJRER. 



White polls. 6.008. @ 11 50 

Neero polls. 533. @ $1.50.... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com 

including real property of banks. 5021.513 

inal property lifted by c:)rporations assessed by State Ta: 
Timission. including personal property of banks, $616,069. 

; railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., 83,412,503 

! bank stock. S.528.185 

: building and loan association stock, $254.147 

Value corporation excess. 5274.408 ._ 

Listed by while citizens. S23..5C.i..5S7 

Listed by negro citizens. $656,765 

Special taxes lor schools 



Per^t 
Co 
Valu 
Valu 
Valu 



Total amount general and special school tax 



COtJNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roada 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county ta 



$ 583 .00 

28.33 

131.64 

1.861.43 



t 9.648.14 
795.62 



t 9,147.( 
799 .50 

1,343.03 

1.272.14 
6. 885 .00 
1,056.37 
508.29 
549.00 
47.127,17 
1.113.53 
28,032.72 



$69,014.54 
2.519.78 
60.354 53 
34.753.94 



24 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BURKE COUNTY. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 310,576.. 
Town lots, 1,052 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses. 1,268 _ 

Mules, 2.058 

Jacks and jennets, 9 __ 

Cattle, 5.378 _ 

Hogs. 4.293 

Sheep. 223- 

Goats, 39 -.- - 

Dogs, 164 

Value farming utensils __ 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 
and other vehicles _.. 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures __. 

Value tools of mechanics _ _ __ 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand __ 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stcck in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State ._ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jenelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 



$2,309.6.32 




{ 5.679.13 


731,251 


$3,130,883 


1,730.63 






S 9.'i,438 




; 225.87 


155,410 




367.80 


510 




1.21 


90,048 




213.11 


22,722 




53.78 



34,249 
4,213 
3,752 

113,081 

3.541 

42.223 

177,864 

12,250 
16,261 



Schedule B. Tax. 

Traveling theatrical companies $ 35.00 

Lawyers, physician.*, etc 1 165.00 

Real estate agents 40.00 

Coal dealers - 30.00 

Und rtakers 20.00 

Bicycle dealers— _ - -- 10.00 

Livery stables 17.50 

Hotels 2?. 75 

Billiard or poo] tables, bowling alleys, etc 100.00 

Bottling works 60.00 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles tor hire 25.00 

Soda fountains j 60.00 

Stallions or jacks 10.00 

Dealers in pistols _ -- 25.00 

Cigarette dealers, retail 40.00 

Total Schedule B. I 



99.93 
420.94 



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Document No. 5 



25 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



BUEKE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses — 

Total Schedule C _ 

Total Schedules B and €_ - - 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property.. - - - 

Polls - - - 

Total taxes for pensions - - 

Total State taxes, general and pensions. 

BCEOOI. TAXES PAYABLE TO COCNTT TREASURE R. 

White polls. 2,280. @ $1.50 _.._ 

Kegro polls. 202. (g, Jl.SO- - 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. $532.692 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,334,031 

Value bank stock, $81,176 _. _ 

Value corporation excess, $1S.892 

Listed by white citizens, $4.235.176 

LLsted by negro citizens, $111,575 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COtTNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



$ 1,738.70 
297.84 



$ 3,420.00 
303.00 

1,066.38 
2,668.06 

162 .35 

37.78 

8,470.35 

223.15 
3,529.07 



$12,938,89 
14.110.: 
5, SSI. 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CAB.VERUS COUNTY. 
H. W. Caldwell, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 219,447 ._ ! S2,465.0S3 

Town lots. 2,816 I 1,544,698 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



buggie; 



^•agons, carts. 



Horses, 3,115 

Mules, 2,693 

Jacks and jennets, 14... 

Cattle, 7,747 

Hogs, 6,342 

Sheep, 562. 

Goats, 278 

Dogs, 155 

Value farming utensils. 

Value carriages, harnt 
and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen fiunitm-e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any-corporation not incorporated 
in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property ... 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Gypsies or fortune-tellers 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 



215,215 

195,806 

1,270 

117,573 

33,802 

622 

297 



79.C44 
5./05 
5,679 

216,345 

6,005 

28,332 

890,527 

. 100 



i 5.834.03 
3.655.79 



! 609.34 

463 .40 

3.00 

278.26 

8C.0O 

1.47 

.70 

4.40 

135.42 

187.07 
13.50 
13.44 

512.02 

14.23 

67.05 

2,107.58 

.24 



Tax. 

264.00 
260.00 
285.00 
40.00 
60.00 
90.00 
150.00 
5.00 
30.00 
35.00 
100.00 
50.00 
19.00 
20.00 
300.00 
12.00 
5.00 
90.00 



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DOCUSIEXT J\0. 5 



27 



Statemext 1 — Continued. 



CABARRUS COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Newspaper contest 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire. 

Soda fountains - 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols.. 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage licenses 

Delinquents for year 1914. 

Arrears for insolvents 

Double tax _ 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL T.VX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TBEaSCRER. 



White polls. 3.747. @ S1.54 

Negro polls. 634. @ S1.54 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 

mission. including real property of banks. $1.982,621 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks. $632,519., 

Value railroad, lelccraph, telephone, express, etc.. $1,428,188 

Value bank stock. $314.284 

Value buildinc and loan association stock. $123.194.. 

VaUie corporation excess, $164,490 

Lisled by white citizens. $5.949.040 '.. 

Listed by negro citizens, $205.081 

Special taxes for schools , 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads... 

Special taxes for county purposes. , 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



35.00 

205.00 
£40.00 
80.00 
75.00 
10.00 
305.00 



286.00 
1.92 
2.37 

387.23 



$ 2.461 .65 
525 .72 



$ 5.770.: 
976.36 




$25,402.44 
35.278.09 
5.758.62 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CALDWELL COrNTY. 

J. A. Triplett, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 294.820 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated town 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots. l.US 

Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,455._ 

Mules. 1.669 

Jacks and jennets. 29 

Cattle. 8,001 

Hogs. 5.210.. 

Sheep, 402 

Goats. 30 

Dogs. 166 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnittu-e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics... 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar. brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property . 



Total valuation personal property.. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



3,556 
660, 247 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents - 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers.. 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels 

BilUard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



103,063 
130,084 



142,179 
26, 755 



1,278 
36,523 

40,425 
2,950 
5,933 

162,911 

7,156 

18,838 

512,058 

465 



40.00 
190.00 
40.00 
60.00 
30.00 
5.00 
26.00 
25.00 
34.50 
50.00 
150.00 
65.00 



255 .75 

307 .86 

1.61 

336.49 

63.32 

1.24 

.08 

3.02 

86.43 



14.04 

385 .55 

16.94 

44.58 

1,211.87 

1.10 
77.17 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



29 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CALDWELL COUNTY— Contintjed. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail.. 



Total Schedule B. 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



lAL T.VX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions-. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



WMte polls. 2.703. @ S1.80 

Negro polls, 239, @ Sl.SO 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $918,724 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $233,840... 

Value corporation excess, $977,616 

Listed by white citizens, $3,877,840 

Listed by negro citizens, $71,816 _ 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAJCEB. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



60.00 
SO .00 
60.00 
85.CO 



$ 192 .00 

105 .62 



S 1,579.1 
353.04 



$ 4,865.40 
430.20 

2,756.17 

701 .52 

2,932.85 

11,633.52 

215.45 

767.67 



$13,337.15 
6,893.31 



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Document l^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CAMDEN COUNTY. 
J. B. Mitchell, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, ]44.6&i 


Value. 

81,205,566 
49,984 


TolalVatue. 
81,255,550 

429,686 


Tax. 

t 2,853.17 
118.29 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 93 






S 79,335 
39. 953 
34,779 
16,746 
1,819 
306 
1,0.36 
15,585 

22,085 
313 
809 

65,567 

40 

13,320 

73,942 

10 
6,964 
2,003 

55,074 


$ 187.75 
94.56 
82.31 
39.63 
4.32 
.73 
2.45 
36.88 

52.27 

.74 

1.91 

155 .IS 
.09 

31.52 
175 .00 

.02 
16.48 
4.74 

130.34 


$ 2,971.46 


Horses. 1.352. _ 


Mules. 563 

Cattle, 3.078 








Sheep. 1.626 




Goats. 343 

DoFs. 165 








Value carriaprs, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value hoiuehold .and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments. 








Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this Plate 




Automobiles, pleasi:re boat«. bicycles, motorcycles.. 




turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












S 105.00 
31.00 


1,016.92 








81,685,236 

Tax. 

% 25.00 
15.00 
10-00 
20.00 
35.00 


$ 3,988.38 


























$ 31.00 




Schedule C. 


























136.00 








Total general taxes 


t 4.124.38 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



31 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CAMDEN COUNTY— CoNTixuED. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls. 551. @ $1.95.— 

Ncpro polls. 314. @ $1.95- 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 

mission, including real property of banks, $7,044 

Value railroad, telepraph, telephone, express, etc., S113,C3t 

Listed by white citizens, $1.557.360 _ 

Listed by nepro citizens, 5127,876 

Special taxes for schools— •- 

Total amount general and special school tax ___ 

COUNTT TAXES. 

Countj' purposes --■ 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



674 .09 
103 .80 



t 1,074.45 
612 .30 

14.09 

226 .06 

3,114.72 



32 



Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CARTERET COUNTY. 

S. P. Hajjcock. Sheriff. 

Acres of land, 213,081 . „ 


Value. 

$1,714,089 
996.630 


TotalValue 
$2,710,719 

740.638 


Tax. 

$4,056.68 
2,358.69 


Total Tax. 












$ 76,316 

35,990 

35 

37,875 

17,455 

718 

134 

747 

13,053 

19,600 
2,674 
2,597 

114.351 
4.653 
58.565 
86,993 

2,750 
10,904 
118,089 

137,139 


$ 180.61 
85.18 
.08 
89.54 
41.31 
1.70 
.32 
1.77 
30.89 

46.39 
6.33 
6.15 

270.63 
11.01 
138.60 
205 .87 

6.51 
25.81 
279 .48 

324 .56 


$ 6,415.37 






Mules, 331 








Cattle, 5.038... 








Sheep, 679 




Goats, 149 . 












Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 








struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms... 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 665.76 


1,752.84 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Schedule B. 


$3,451,357 

Tax. 

t 90.00 
120.00 
15.00 
30.00 
25.00 
95.76 
75.00 
30.00 
10.00 
60.00 
20.00 
95.00 


$ 8.168.21 




















































Total Schedule B.. 







1917] 



Document No. 5 



33 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CARTERET COUNTY— Continded 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses -- 

Total SchediJe C... 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ 

PoUs- .-_. 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY 

White polls, 2,013. @ S1.50 _ 

Negro polls. 344. @ $1.50 -_. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, S1"1,63C 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $87,198 

Value railroad, teleexaph. telephone, express, etc., $282,076 

Value bank stock, SM,719 , 

Value corporation excess, $13,350 

Listed by white citizens, $3.324,347 

Listed by negro citizens, $127.010 

Special taxes for schools. 

Total amount general and special school tax 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes.. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes. 



$ 1,3.S0.54 
282.84 



$ 3,019.50 
516.00 

343 .26 

174.40 
564.15 
129.44 
26.70 

6,648.69 
234 .02 

4,777.43 



$ 9,074.05 

955.09 

814.07 

16,509.81 



3— Part 11—1916 



34 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CASWELL COUNTY. 
T. N. Fitch, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 269,263.. 
Town lots, 269 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,315 

Mules, 1.508 

Jacks and jennets, 2 

Cattle, 3,621.... 

Hogs, 5,387 

Sheep, 263 

Goats, 32 

Dogs, 1,649 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles _ ___ 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu-e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasiu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



$1,721,520 
115,302 



193,481 
142,986 



63,074 
24,132 



36,905 

54,843 
3,084 
2,472 

79,749 

4,758 

60,978 

335,572 

8,313 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Schedule B. 



Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers _ 

Livery stables 

Hotels.. 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



% 4,074.25 
272 .88 



457 .90 
338 .40 



75.00 
10.00 
50.00 
2.00 
1.50 
30.00 
50.00 
10.00 
110.00 



149.27 
57.11 



129.80 
7.32 
5.87 

188 .77 
11.28 
144 .23 
794.18 

19.59 
39.49 



1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



35 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CASWELL COUXTY— CoxTi.NUED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses - 


S 127.00 


$ 127.00 
















t 1.183.68 
255.84 


S 465 .50 








i 7,468.93 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls 










$ 1,993.20 
1,524.60 
825.00 
1,200.66 
93.74 
7,532.56 
1,344.10 


1,439.52 








$ 8,908.45 






SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TBEASUBER. 

White polls, 1.208. @ $1.65 




Negro polls, 934, @ 81.65 








Value railroad, telepraph, telephone, express, etc., 8480,262 

Value bank stock, $37,946.... 


















111,970.86 
6,150.01 


14,513.86 






COCSTT TAXES. 
















18,120.87 








i 41,543.18 







36 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CATAWBA COUNTY. 
John A. Isenhower, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 258.061 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots 



Total valuation of real estate,. 



Horses, 3.716 

Mules, 2,505 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 10,396 

Hogs. 8.114... 

Sheep, 250 

Goats, 161.... 

Dogs. 100 

Value farming utensils 

Value earriapes, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits... 

Automobiles, pleasm-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property. 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax. 



12,668,378 
122,437 



t 274.162 
182.029 



182,310 
40,452 



12,506 

310,388 

10,603 

48,566 

1,133,099 

101,479 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawj'ers, phj'sicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers.. 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc... 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hin 
Soda fountains 



1.63 
3,613.65 



S 648.85 
430.80 



431 .47 
95.74 



276 .82 
20.03 
29.60 

734 .59 
25.09 
114.94 
2,679.30 
240.17 



Tax. 

65.00 
335.00 
230.00 
10.00 
35.00 
15.00 
15.00 
6.50 
33.00 
10.00 
175.00 
180.00 
110.00 
135.00 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



37 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CATAWBA COUNTY— Continued. 

BTATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 



Stallions or jarks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, i«tail_ 

Total Schedule B.... 



10.00 
75.00 
185.00 



Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses _ ' % 248.00 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 4,130. @ SI.74 

Negro polls, 405. @ 51.74 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. $315,387* 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $935,350*. 
railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,241,648*,., 

bank stock. $371,295*.... 

building and loan association stock, $127,940*... 

Value corporation excess, $253,892* 

Listed by white citizens, $6,363,969* 

Listed by negro citizens, $93,576* 

Special taxes for schools* 



Valu 



Valu 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county tax 



$ 3,083.31 
544.20 



7, 186 .20 
704.70 

883.08 

2,618.98 

3,476.61 

1,030.63 

358 .23 

710.90 

17,819.11 

262 .01 

5,942.66 



$21,232.61 
19,406.11 



•Additional added, 8 cents. 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CHATHAM COUNTY. 
Leon T. Lane, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 430,770.- 

Manufacturing properties outside i 
Town lots, 1,105.- 



corporated townf 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



$3,009,284 
62,968 
462,417 



Horses, 2,795 $ 247.988 

Mules, 4,081 392,470 

Jacks and jennets, 102 - -j 2,651 

Cattle, 9,917 - - - 150,500 

Hogs, 10,789- 46,414 

Sheep, 2,798-.^ 5,262 

Goats, 392 427 

Value farming utensils 86.189 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and i 

other vehicles 102,324 

Value office fiu-niture and warehouse fixtures 4,362 

Value tools of mechanics 4,945 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu-e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 217,503 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 3,913 

Money on hand 52,588 

Solvent credits..- - 547,732 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State - - - 6,213 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.- 16,972 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property- 
Income tax — 

Schedule B. 



% 7,121.97 

149 .03 

1,094.39 



586.90 
928 .84 

6.27 
356.18 
109,85 
12.45 

1.01 
203.98 

242 .17 
10.32 
11.70 

514 .76 

9.26 

124 .46 

1,296.30 

14.70 
40.17 



Traveling theatrical companies .-_ 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels - 

Cotton oil mills --- 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains 



45.00 
35.00 

170 .( 
55.00 
25.00 
10.00 
27.00 

100.00 
14.25 
20.00 
30.00 
35.00 
60.00 



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39 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CHATHAM COUNTY— CoNTiKDED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B.... 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes.. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

PolU 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions. _. 

SCHOOL TAXES PATASLE TO COUNTT TREASUBEB. 

White polls, 2,534, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 979. @ SI.50 , 

Dogs, 2,138 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Co 

mission, including real property of banks, $555,685 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,209,709. 

Value bank stock, $42,804 

Value corporation excess, $3,130 

Listed by white citizens, $5,350,48S 

Listed by negro citizens, $415,186... 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COrNTT TAXES. 

County pxirposes 

Roads 

Special taxes for bonds 

Special taxes for schools 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



130.00 
35.00 
100.00 



$ 2,306.27 
421 .56 



$ 3,801.00 
1,468.50 
1,069.00 

1,111.37 

2,419.42 

85.61 

6.26 

10, 700 .! 
830 .37 



$18,453.82 
15,529.51 
5,178.54 
2,589.27 



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Document N'o. 5 



[Session. 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY. 
P. C. Gentrt, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



es of land, 286,522 

nufacturing properties outside incorporated townf 
es mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots. 1,606.. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,057- _ 

Mules, 1,125 

Jacks and jennets, 40 

Cattle, 8,506.- 

Hogs, 7,881 

Sheep, 1,762...- - 

Goats, 56 -- 

Dogs, 58 -- 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtiu-es 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms-- 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 



Income tax.. 



S2, 013, 514 
41,900 



Schedule B. 
Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc.. 

Real estate agents... 

Coal dealers -- 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables - 

Peddlers - 

Hotels - 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed retiuns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire-. 



84,000 
111,415 



163,445 
23,643 



23,846 
8,003 
4,053 

125.291 

7.072 

36,832 

319,874 

215 



Tax. 
27.50 
87.50 

195.00 
30.00 
20.00 
40.00 
50.00 
44.00 
25.00 
38.50 

125 .00 
12.00 
5.00 
60.00 
6C.00 



% 4,765.32 
99.16 



11.61 
1.682.46 



198 .80 

263 j6S 

3.55 

386 .82 

55.96 

4.89 

.18 

1.61 

81.31 

56.44 
18.94 
9.59 



ie.74 
87.17 
757.04 



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Document N"o. 5 



41 



Statesiexx 1 — Continued. 



CHEROKEE COUNTY— Continued. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Cealere in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail-. 

Total Schedule B..„ 



Marriage licenses. 
Double tax 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 

Total general taxes... 

SPECIAL T-VX FOR PEXSIO.VS. 

Property 

Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COCNTV ' 



White polls, 1.975, @ $1.50 

Nepro polls. ?b, @ $1.50 _._ -.. 

Real estate listed by ccrpcrations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including leal property of banks. $100,815. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $246.028... 

Value railroad, telerraph. telephone, express, etc. $1,136,036 

Value bank stock, $30,699 

Value building and loan association stock, $636 

Value ccrpcration excess, $27,524 

Lifted by white citizens, $3.S£I,071 

Listed by Indian citizets, $20.000 

Listed by negro citizens, $12,102 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax 



COITNTY TAXES. 



County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes.. 



Total county taxes.. 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



65.00 
80.00 
25.00 
40.00 



$ 1,597.27 
240.00 



$ 2,962.50 
37.50 

201 .63 

492 .06 

2,272.07 

79.40 

1.27 

75.05 

7,922.14 

40.00 

24.20 

25,287.27 



117,421.73 
1,685.65 
12,307.82 
37,050.72 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CHOWAN COUNTY. 
G. W. Goodwin, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 104,040-. 
Town lots, 765 



Total valuation of real estate- 



Horses, 1,114- - _ - 

Mules, 1,0.59 

Jacks and jennets, 1 

Cattle, 2,472 - ___ 

Hogs, 12,273 - 

Sheep, 568 _ 

Goats, 230 - 

Dogs, 17__ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu*e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand- 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats-- 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property- 



Si, 117, 991 
650,346 



Schedule B. 

Theaters— 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels- - 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire-. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks - 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B — 



69,176 
80, 150 



16,009 

18,479 

560 

115 



18,723 

32,837 
1,208 
3,013 

142,577 

4,430 

33,220 

525,761 

34,900 
29,654 
30.235 



i 2,645.91 
1,539.15 



163 .71 
189 .69 
.24 
37.89 
43.74 
1.34 



7.13 

337 .44 

10.49 

78.62 

1,244.30 

82.58 
70.19 
71.54 



Tax. 
30.00 
20.00 

100.00 
15.00 
20.00 

125.00 
5.00 
22.50 
30.00 
60.00 
60.00 
35.00 
60.00 
30.00 

100.00 



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Document 'No. 5 



43 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CHOWAN COUNTY— Co.vTiNtj ED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 


i 91 .00 

15.94 


$ 106.94 
























t 1,180.15 
209.16 


$ 799 .44 








{ 8,036.28 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PEXSIOX8. 




Polls— - 










$ 1.422.72 
' 1,296 .36 

505.13 

328.06 
780.24 
196.11 
18.06 
111.44 
5,651.90 
838.91 
1,805.11 
30.70 


1,389.31 








$ 9,425.59 






SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TBEA8CRER. 

White polls. 912. @ $1.56.... .... 




Negro polls. 831. @ S1.56 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 




Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks. $149.121... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $354,656 

Value bank stock, $S9,139.... 


































t 8,220.98 
5,232.67 


12,984.74 






















13,453 65 















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Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY. 
Ed. Kitchens. Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 169.945 __ _ 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 



Town lots, 90.. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 541 

Mules, 592 

Jacks and jennets, 13 

Cattle. 3,579 

Hogs, 5.164 

Sheep. 1.926 ._. __ 

Goats. 68 _ 

Dogs. 11 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnitiire and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechai^ics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property. 



Total valuation personal property ^ 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Schedule B. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Undertakers 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



8,741 
21,666 



40,183 
60,155 
665 
55,092 
11,014 
2,342 



4,350 
46,845 



$1,206,979 
Tax. 

$ 60 .00 

20.00 
5.00 
10.00 
70.00 
15.00 



95.10 

118.70 

1.57 

130.38 

26.06 

5.54 

.16 

.26 

33.50 

19.38 

.35 

2.35 

80.38 

1.; 

10.30 
110.86 



Total Schedule B. 



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Document 'No. 5 



45 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CLAY COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Delinquents for year 1914 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOB PENSIONS. 

Property 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO C0I7NTT TBEA8UREB. 

White polls. 623. @ $.68 

Negro polls. 13, @ $.68 ., 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,250. 

Value bank stock, $4.515 

Listed by white citizens, $1,207,405 

Listed by negro citizens, $7.574 

Special taxes for schools... 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads... _ 

Total county taxes... 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



42.00 
199.36 



$ 4S5 .99 
76.20 



$ 422.96 


8.84 


2.50 


9.03 


2,414.81 


15.14 


2,935.75 



i 2,727.23 
6,904.58 



46 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY. 



W. D. Lackey, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 281,347 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots, 3.591. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,846. 

Mules, 4,488 

Jacks and jennets, 8., 

Cattle, 10.573... 

Hogs, 6,961. 

Sheep, 79 

Goats, 32.... 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen fiu-nitiire, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments _. 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property. _ 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property*. 



! tax 



$3,747,642 
525,893 



12,925 
1,638,543 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Traveling tintypists 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Gypsies or fortune-tellers 

Hotels. 

Cotton oil mills 



147,002 
334,453 



175,708 
40,361 



3,100 
77,411 



103,445 
9.375 



356,146 

6,040 

94,848 

921,191 

2,700 
52,653 



S 8,869.42 
1,244.61 



30.59 
3,877.89 



347 .90 
909 .87 
1.13 
415.84 
95.52 
.24 



244.82 
22.19 
14.40 



14.30 

224.47 

2,180.15 



Tax. 
25.00 
90.00 
44.00 
175.00 
25.00 
25.00 
55.00 
75.00 
10.00 
47.00 
300.00 
25.00 
19.75 
40.00 



•Value of corporations included. 



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Document No. 5 



47 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CLEVELAND COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — conlirtutd. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTT TBEA8UREB. 

White polls, 3.755. @ $1.60 

Negro polls, 578, @ S1.60 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,377,823. 

Value bank stock, 5275,764 

Value corporation excess, $28,078 

Listed by white citizens, $8,889,108. 

Listed by negro citizens, $186,518.. _ 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes _ 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes _ _. 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



6o.no 

15.00 
65.00 
10.00 
25.00 
80.00 



$ 3,195.76 
619.96 



$ 6,008.00 
924 .80 
3,306.77 
661 .83 
67.39 
21.333.85 
447.64 



$23,450.40 
13,984.48 
36,991.96 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



COLUMBUS COUNTY. 



J. T. Best, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 422,426.. _ __ 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated townfc 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

3,723.. _ _._ _. 

Town lots, 2,156 _ 



Total valuation of real estate 

Horses, 802 ._ _ 

Mules, 3.129 __. _,_ ___ 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 6,278 _ 

Hogs, 27,943... 

Sheep, 2,760 

Goats, 2,890 

Dogs, 124 _._ 

Value farming utensils.. 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnitiu"e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solventcredits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles,. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 



$3,278,039 
8,625 



36,123 
706, 776 



64,185 

278, 135 

215 

77,498 

41,219 

2,847 

1,796 

905 

52,953 

76,013 
7,151 
29,665 

276,997 

9,446 

30,210 

513,753 

1,000 
33,844 



$ 7,758.00 
20.42 



85.49 
1,672.72 



.51 

183.41 
97.55 
6.74 
4.25 
2.14 



.32 



179 .90 
16.92 
70.21 

655 .56 
22.36 
71.51 
1,215 .i 

2.37 
80.10 



Schedule B. 



Tax. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawj'ers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers.. 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Bottling works.... 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire,. 
Soda fountains 



35.00 
70.00 
235.00 
10.00 
115.00 
475.00 
50.00 
16.00 
36.75 
60.00 
105.00 
165.00 



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Document No. 5 



49 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



COLUMBUS COUNTY— Continued. 

ST.\TE T.VXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Stallions or jacks - 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total .Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses. 

Double tax 

Double tax remitted to single 

Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes— 

Property - 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and penaionB 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls. 3.327. @"$1.50 

Negro polls, 1.473, @ 81.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com 

mission, including real property of banks. $600.301 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Ta: 

Commission, including personal property of banks. 8509,232. 
Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., S3,021,844,._ 

Value bank stock, $80.546 

Value corporation excess. 849,944 

Listed by white citizens, $5.326.744 

Listed by negro citizens, $525,026 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax. 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes _ 



i 10.00 
145 .00 
165.00 



228.00 
187.88 
436.66 



1.340.71 
576.00 



t 4,990.50 
2,209.50 



1,018.46 
6,043.69 
161 .09 
99.89 
10,653.49 
1,050.05 
34,344.51 



$21,855.1 
10.553.64 
6,740.79 



4-Parl II— 1916 



50 



Document 'No. 5 



[Sessioii 



Statement 1— Continued. 



CRAVEN COUNTY. 
R. B. Lane, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 405.911 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

8,410 - 

Town lots, 5,080 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,519... 

Mules, 1,400 

Cattle, 5,789. 

Hogs, 17,031 

Sheep, 809 

Goats, 639. 

Dogs, 83 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Mone.v on hand.... 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasm-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelrj', goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 



12,147,874 
324,326 



39,215 
3,895,726 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Law^'ers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Marine railways 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Hotels. 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 
Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 



108,667 
123,073 



48,912 
16,766 
6,973 

258,530 
11,723 
36,429 

508,095 



S 5,083.29 
767.68 



257.18 
291 .27 
157.63 
71.06 
2.18 
1.25 
1.' 
49.12 

115.76 
39.68 
16.60 

611.85 

27.74 

86.23 

1,202.49 

. 144.35. 
195 .40 
19.75 



Tax. 

195.00 
225 .00 
330.00 
40.00 
45.00 
120.00 
125 .00 
10.00 
20.00 
65.00 
200.00 
4.00 
50.50 
375.00 
10.00 



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DOCUITEITT No. 5 



51 



Statement 1 — Contintted. 



CRA\'EN COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — ccntinued. 

Bottling works 

Meat-packing houses 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B _ 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses — _ 

Delinquents for year 1914 

Double tax _ 

Total .Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C ._ 

Total general taxes _ _, 

SPECI.U, TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property... 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions _. 

Total ,State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtJNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 2,196, @ $1.50 

Negro polls. 2,103, @ J1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $837,202. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $485,638... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,318,914 

Value bank stock, $355.254 

Value corporation excess. $126,176 

lasted by white citizens, $7,303,854... 

Listed by negro citizens, $977,892 

Special taxes for schools , 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUKTT TAXES. 

County purposes. __ _ 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



360.00 

100.00 
75.00 

200.00 
50.00 
10.00 

390.00 



264.00 
174 .30 
19.92 



$ 3,312.70 
515 .88 



t 3,294.00 
3,154.50 

1,674.40 

971 .28 
2,637.83 
710 .50 
252.35 
14,607.73 
1,955.78 
6,046.30 



$24,933.97 
61,210.60 



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[Session. 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

N. H. McGeacht, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 396,687 _ 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Town lots, 3,790 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,208 .-. 

Mules, 3,297 

Jacks and jennets, 5 

Cattle. 3,391- 

Hogs, 15,272 

Sheep, 264 

Goats. 494 

Dogs, 134 - 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State... 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$3,419,296 

19,575 

2,464,844 



Schedule B. 



Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 



93.708 
276.774 



49,451 
35,042 



79,224 
11,951 
8,146 

319,795 
11,483 
45.494 



44.577 

39,681 

376 



S 8,092.33 

46.33 

5,833.46 



221 .77 

655 .03 

.19 

117.03 

82.93 

.69 

1.18 

2.18 

152 .29 

187.50 
28.28 
19.29 

756 .85 

27.18 

107.67 

1,415.52 

105 .50 
93.91 



Tax. 

37.60 
335 .00 
225 .00 
615 .00 
160 .CO 
30.00 
90.00 
75.00 
35.00 
180.00 
17.00 
166.50 
90.00 
475 .00 



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53 



Statement 1- — Continued. 



COIBERLAND COUNTY— Con 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Gift enterprises 

Bottling works 

Meat-packing houses 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail ,. 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C..._ 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls _ 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total Slate taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREAStjRER. 

White polls, 3,039, @ 81.50 _... 

Negro polls, 1.330, @ .$1.50 

Real and personal property listed by corporations assessed by 
State Tax Commission, including real and personal property 

of banks, S4M,S05 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., {2,411,615 

Value bank stock. $211,283 

Value building and loan association stock, $70,852 

Value corporation excess, $122,283 

Listed by white citizens, $7.345,109 

Listed by negro citizens. $751,483. _ 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads.. 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes.. 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



50.00 
360.00 
200.00 
150.00 
315.00 
175.00 
365.00 



t 3,238.64 
548.28 



$ 4,558.50 
2,295.00 



929.61 

4,823.23 

422 .57 

141 .70 

244 .57 

14,690.22 

1,502.97 

27,392.62 



$23,353.34 
2,275.49 
28,443.57 
20,144.47 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CXmRITICK COUNTY. 
R. L. Gkiggs, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 163,362. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,570 

Mules. 575 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 4,030. 

Hogs, 14,364 

Sheep, 1,879. 

Goats, 128 _. 

Dogs, 262 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasxu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise , cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Undertakers i 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses. - 

Double tax 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 



39.806 
27,548 
2,915 



23,944 

301 

1.538 

82,849 
8.805 
23,965 
71,781 



15,497 
19,922 



(2,197,493 
Tax. 

i 10.00 

45.00 
20.00 
6.50 
2.25 
25.00 
105.00 



$ 70.00 
50.00 



201.11 

70.55 

.10 

94.21 

65.20 

6.90 

.32 

1.73 

101 .44 

56.67 

.71 

3.64 

196.07 
20.84 
56.72 



36.68 
47.15 



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55 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



CUHRITUCK COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

SPECIAL TAX FOB PENSIONS. 




i 878.97 
159.24 




Polls 










$ 1,327.50 
663.00 

147.92 
333.86 
57.55 

4,068.61 
326.37 

4.297.89 


$ 1,038.21 












SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtJNTT TREASURER. 




Negro polls. 442, @ $1.50 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 




Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $166,932 




Listed by white citizens. $2.034.308 


















$ 0,365.61 
9,485.69 




















Total county taxes 




14,851.30 






i 32,646.68 





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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DARE COUNTY. 



A. H. Davenport, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 245,422., 
Town lots, 250 



$ 1,158.87 
256.79 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



ggies, wagons, carts. 



Horses, 629. 

Mules, 4 

Cattle, 1,740 ____-..._ 

Hogs, 2,197-— 

Sheep, 502 

Goats, 12 

Dogs, 31 

Value farming utensils.. 

Value carriages, harness, bug 
and other vehicles.. 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtlu-es 

Value tools of mechanics _. 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise , cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property. 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Schedule B. 



10,449 
3,026 



3,260 
1,082 
1,337 



6,484 
6,935 



7.16 
1.31 



7.72 
2.56 
3.16 



15.35 
16.40 

3.29 

5.03 

183.68 



; 844,219 
Tax. 



Lawyers, physicians, etc — 

Undertakers 

Marine railways 

Livery stables 

Hotels... 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



35.00 
10.00 
30.00 
1.00 
6.00 
35.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
10.00 
65.00 



Total Schedule B.. 



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Document No. 5 



57 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DARE COrNTY— Continued. 

STATE T.^XES — continued. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes... 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSION'S. 



Property. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTT TREASURER. 



White polls, S07, @ SI.50 

Negro polls, 80, @ 81.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $28,900 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $14,576 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,150 

Value hank stock. S5.447 

Listed by white citizens, 8821.987 _ 

Listed by negro citizens, $22,232 

Special taxes for schools — _ 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COtTNTT TAXES. 



County purposes 

Special taxes for county. 



Total county taxes 

Total ,^tate, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 337 .69 

106.44 



$ 1,210.50 
120.00 

57.80 

29.15 
2.30 

10.89 
1,643.97 

44.46 
4,506.19 



$ 3,974.23 
2,320.79 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY. 
C. C. Shaw. Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 352,148. 
Town lots, 4,002 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 4,867 

Mules, 2,456 

Jacks and jennpts, 20. 

Cattle. 8,385... 

Hogs, 10.342 

Sheep, 756 

Goats, 147 

Dogs, 368 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office fiu"niture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
otherproperty 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 



$3,726,338 
1,707.334 



346,991 
180.378 



2,823 
93,931 

102,970 
4,749 
10,582 

208,489 

7,955 

32,202 

2.107.238 

2,659 

77,228 



Tax. 

85.00 
385.00 
265.00 
60.00 
50.00 
50.00 
10.00 
29.00 
50.00 
44.50 
250.00 
300.00 
90.00 
140.00 
110.00 



; 8,819.00 
4,040.( 



821.21 
426.89 

2.51 
315.14 
100.89 

2.29 



243 .70 
11.24 
25.04 

493 .42 

18.83 

76.21 

4,987.14 

6.29 

182 .77 

1.21 



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Document No. 5 



59 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DAVIDSON COUNTY— Continued. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette manufacturers.. 



Total Schedule B. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C... 
Total general taxes 

SPECIAL T.VX ] 

Property 

Polls 



L PENSIONS. 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



PAXES PATA 



TRE.ASURER. 



White polls, 4,359. @ S1.50.. 

Negro polls, 373, @ S1.50-- 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,363,342 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $516,218-.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,937,420 

Value bank stock, $318,033- 

Value corporation excess, $197,958 

Listed by white citizens, $8,845.882 

Listed by negro citizens, $169,703 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes... 
Bridges and roads.. 



Total county taxes... 

Total Stat«, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 235.00 
235.00 



$ 3,606.23 
567.84 



$ 6,538.50 
559 .50 

2,726.68 

1,032.44 

5,874.84 

636.07 

395 .92 

17,691.76 

339 .41 

7,079.20 



$30,542.92 
39,420.39 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DAVIE COUNTY. 
John H. Sprinkle, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 159,058.. 
Town lots, 571 



Total valuation of real estate,. 



Horses, 1.797.-_ 

Mules, 1.534 

Jacks and jennets, 11 

Cattle, 4.341 .„ 

Hogs, 4,358 

Sheep, 506— 

Goats, 45 



, 63.. 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 
and other vehicles 

Value office fiu-niture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics- _ 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu-e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments _ 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
tiu"pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property.. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers.. 

Undertakers.. _ 

Livery stables 

Hotels. 

Gift enterprises 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols.. 

Cigarette dealers, retail ., 



Total Schedule B., 



SI, 521, 315 




S 3,600.44 


327,031 


$1,848,346 


773.97 






S 159,078 




S 376.49 


142,679 




337.68 


960 




2.27 


82, 188 




194.51 


23,719 




56.13 


804 




1.90 


59 




.14 


907 




2.15 


55,442 




131 .21 


49,839 




117.95 


3,150 




7.45 


3,283 




7.76 


117,454 




277.98 


1,792 




4.24 


69,375 




164.19 


561,667 




1,329.28 


17,039 




40.33 


1,405 




3.32 



Tax. 

10.00 
85.00 
20.00 
15.00 
35.00 
20.00 
3.00 
25.00 

100 .00 
20.00 
60.00 

245.00 
65.00 



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Document No. 5 



61 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DAVIE COUNTY— CoNTiNDED. 

STATE TAXES — contiTiued. 

Schedule C. 
Delinquents for year 1914, __ 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions -_- 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 1.6.54, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 167. @ 51.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $429,157 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $385,130., 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $407,022 

Value bank stock, 103,121 

Listed by white citizens, $3,190,488 , 

Listed by negro citizens, $86,841 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes, 

Total county taxes 

Total .State, school, and county taxes 



$2,481.00 
250.00 

858.31 

770.26 
814.04 
206.24 

6,3S0.98 
173.68 

3,374.62 



$ 4,. 337 .40 
1,612.33 
5,368.72 
26,363.71 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DrPLIN COUNTY. 
G. G. Best, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 459,480 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

40,916 

Town lots, 2,227 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,332 

Mules, 3,3I6_. 

Jacks and jennets, 15 

Cattle, 6,471 _ 

Hogs, 35,496 

Sheep, 1,758 

Goats, 808 

Dogs, 276 ^ . 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtiu-es 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasiue boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelrj', goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



$3,444,415 
6,060 



220,213 
772,651 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels 

,Slot machines with fixed returns 



178,662 

327,751 

595 

76,985 

61,017 

1,765 

553 

3,161 

82,507 

95,905 
9,903 
5,417 

371,782 

4,527 

53,124 

730,899 

3,973 
19,791 
1,142 



S 8,151.78 
14.32 



521.16 
1,828.37 



422.83 

775 .68 

1.41 

182.20 

144 .40 

4.18 

1.32 



226.97 
23.44 
12.82 



9.40 
46.84 



Tax. 

30.00 
35.00 
130.00 
10.00 

6.00 
46.00 
250.00 
10.00 

2.00 
75.00 
31.50 

9.00 



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63 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DUPLIN county-Continued. ' 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B— continued. 


i 60.00 
40.00 
65.00 
30.00 
145.00 


$ 972 .50 
463.61 


























t 286.00 
177.61 




Schedule C. 












Total Schedule C ... -.. 












t 2,756.20 
526.32 


$ 1.436.11 








t 17,835.30 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls - 










J 4.548.00 
2. 031 .00 

770.37 

366 .73 

2.718.25 

240.21 

22.70 

11.82 

12,751.81 

1,029.20 

29,062.53 


3,282.52 








$ 21,117.82 






SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTT TREASURER, 

White polls, 3,032, @ Jl.oO.... 




Negro polls, 1.354, @ $1.50 - - 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 




Pereonal property listed by corporations assessed bv State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $183,365-.- 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc.. $1.359,126 

Value bank stock, $120,106 












Listed by white citizens. $6,375.903 


















$19,359.12 
14.513.48 


53,552.62 






COUNTY TAXES. 
















33,872.60 




$108,543.04 







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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DURHAM COUNTY. 
John F. Harward, SheriEF. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 196,147 _ 13,362,351 

Town lots, 5,717 __. 7,688,287 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horees, 2,419 __. 

Mules, 1,354.... 

Jacks and jennets, 5 

Cattle, 4,393 

Hogs, 4,403 

Sheep, 196 

Goats, 135 

Dogs, 2.... 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 
and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\isions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



201,685 
114,437 



80,339 
22,896 



86,884 
20,290 
11,702 



603,196 

22,726 

27,109 

,742,096 

332,118 
108,516 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawj-ers. physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coaldealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Liverystables 

Feather renovators 

Hotels.. 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Slot machines with fixed rettu-ns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds... 

Stockbrokers 

Bottling works. .1 

Meat-packing houses 

Newspaper contests 



$ 7,957.57 
18,195.61 



477 .32 
270 .83 



Tax. 
75.00 
670.00 
260.00 
485.00 
275.00 
450.00 
210.00 
150.00 
40.00 
19.00 
25.00 
65.00 
800.00 
18.00 
45.00 
100.00 
900.00 
200.00 
25.00 



190.14 
54.19 



205 .63 
48.02 
27.69 



64.16 
4,122.96 



786.01 
256.82 



S 50,007.; 
4,604.1 



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Document IN'o. 5 



65 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



DURHAM COUNTY— CoNTixDED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette manufacturers 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C , 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ _ _ 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 4,492, @ $1.50 ._. 

Negro polls, 1,732, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2,933,996 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $2,151,298. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., 52,930,766 

Value bank stock, $1,028,445 

Value building and loan association stock, $63,849 

Value corporation excess, $338,371 

Listed by white citizens, $20,259,846 

Listed by negro citizens, $870,177 _ 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COtJNTT TAXES, 

County purposes ._ 

Bridges and roads _ 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



; 250.00 
567.50 
100.00 
30.00 
2,500.00 
590.00 



$ 8,452.01 
746.88 



$ 6,738.00 
2,598.00 

5,867.! 

4,302.60 
5,861.53 
2,056.89 
137.70 
676 .74 
40,519.69 
1,740.36 
14,724.95 
5,819.11 



564,929.44 
52,669.97 
24,465.40 



5-Part 11—1916 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY. 



R. B. Hyatt, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXE6. 



Acres of land, 304,394 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,645 

Mules, 4,418 

Jacks and jennets, 1 

Cattle, 4,228 

Hogs, 18,970..... 

Sheep, 2,237.. 

Goats, 509... 

Dogs. 300 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms.. 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, .whiskey, and all 
other property 



In 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
:ome tax 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc... 

Coal dealers.. _ 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Peddlers 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Gift enterprises 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 



206,518 
394,575 



67,944 
58,231 



97,363 
14,172 
6,500 

368,278 

7,790 

64,175 

1,073,712 

30.322 
89,470 



S 9,594.13 

21.35 

1.04 

6,108.06 



488.76 

933 .83 

.59 

160 .80 

137.81 

9.67 

1.21 

1.74 

207 .47 

230.42 
33.54 
15.38 

871 .59 

18.44 

151 .88 

2,541.12 

71.76 
211.74 



Tax. 
100.00 
20.00 
35.00 
255.00 
80.00 
100.00 
125.00 
25.00 
25.00 
130.00 
450.00 
25.00 
13.50 
6.00 



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Document No. 5 



67 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



EDGECOMBE COUNTY— Continued 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks _. _ 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

BCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY 

White polls, 2,291, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 2,50.3, @ $1.50.... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, S619,733_-. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $489,518. _. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,770,419 

Value bank stock, $174,619 

Value building and loan association stock, $236,826 _. 

Value corporation excess, $72,066 

Listed by white citizens, $9,182,841 

Listed by negro citizens, $732,534 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax.-. 

COrNTY TAXE8. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes.. 

Total State, school, and county taxes. 



390.00 
115.00 
270.00 
80.00 
160.00 
390.00 



S 3,966.15 
575 .28 



$ 3,436.50 
3,754.50 

1,239.46 

979.04 

3,540.84 

349 .24 

473 .65 

144.13 

18,365.68 

1,465.07 

27,253.72 



$28,606.98 
21,352.80 
27,407.88 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



FORSYTH COUNTY. 
George W. Fltnt, Sheriff. 

Acrea of land, 226,237 


Value. 

$2,79.5,685 
8,372,043 


TotalValue. 
$11,167,728 

11,498,303 


Tax. 

% 6,616.45 
19,813.84 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 1,103 










$ 296,283 

181,907 

393 

138,233 

36,767 

860 

280 

1,174 

182,172 

131,519 
42,409 
191,277 

637,289 

20,006 

72,516 

1,967,356 

2,449,211 

192,322 

40 

4,956,289 


$ 701.20 

430.51 

.93 

327.15 

87.02 

2.04 

.66 

2.78 

431.14 

311.26 
100.37 
452.69 

1,508.25 

47.35 

171.62 

4,656.08 

5,796.47 

455.16 

.09 

11,729.88 


% 26,430.29 


Horses, 4,139... 


Mules, 2,362 








Cattle, 7,606 . . 




Hogs, 10,909 




Sheep, 423 
















Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value offiee furniture and warehouse fixtures 




struments. provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco. 














27,212.65 






Total valuation real and personal property. 


$22,666,031 

Tax. 
$ 450.00 
750.00 
490.00 
885 .00 
650.00 
310.00 
270.00 
25.00 
80.00 
200.00 
24.75 
150 .00 
25.00 
119.50 
1,375.00 
50.00 
25.00 
400.00 


$ 53,642.94 
5,250.01 


Schedule B. 












































Peddlers 
























Stockbrokers _. ... 








1917 



Document N"o. 5 



69 



STATEME;iT 1 — Continued. 



FORSYTH COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette manufacturers 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Public ferries, bridges _ 



Total Schedule B., 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C ..,. 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



rAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property- 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions— 

Total State taxes, general and pensions-. 



SCHOOL TAXES 1 



: TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



\Miite polls, 6,696, & 81.50 

Negro polb, 2,464, (g. S1.50 

Dogs, 2,173, %. Jl - 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,560,681 

Personal property ILsted by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $2,155,769- 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $3,056,067 

Value bank stock, $1,110,560 

Value building and loan association stock, $146,076 

Value corporation excess, $210,836 — 

Listed by white citizens, $21,863,662 

Listed by negro citizens, $802,369 -- 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax—. 



COUNIT TAXES. 



County purposes--. 
Bridges and roads.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



; 1,250.00 

350 .00 

390.00 

30.00 

175 .00 

2,000.00 

1,115.00 

3.30 



t 9,066.41 
1,099.20 



$10,044.00 
3,696.00 
2,173.00 

3,121.36 

4,311.54 
6,112.14 
2,221.12 
292 .15 
421.67 
43,727.32 
1,604.74 
4,179.14 



$81,602.08 
120,387.40 



70 



Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Con tinned. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 
W. H. Allen, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 285.471 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 1.096 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,788 

Mules, 2,592.... 

Cattle, 6,859 

Hogs. 7,461... 

Sheep, 783 

Goats, 124 

Dogs, 64 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 
and other vehicles. 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtvucs 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitcheh furniture, musical in- 
struments, proWsions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments.. 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State... __ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax.. 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies... 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers... 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



i2. 821, 024 




$ 6,676.42 


430,997 




1,020.03 


22,793 




53.94 


1,154,091 


$4,428,905 


2,731.35 






$ 229,245 




$ 542.55 


243,986 




577.43 


108,227 




256.14 


43,327 




102 .54 


1,438 




3.40 


192 




.45 


1,191 




2.82 


71,857 




170.06 


111,843 




264.70 


15,772 




37.33 


4,776 




11.30 


268,719 




635 .97 


4,668 




11.05 


42,540 




IOC .68 


652,892 




1,545.18 


3,758 




8.89 


42,959 




101 .67 


673 




1.59 



Tax. 

60.00 
35.00 

140.00 
15.00 
35.00 
75.00 
10.00 
13.50 
31.50 

100.00 
7.50 
90.00 
70.00 



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Document 'No. 5 



71 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks- 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B., 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax.. 



Total Schedule C. 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes,.. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ 

Polls ._ 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO 



TREASURER. 



White polls. 2,401, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 1.557. @ S1.50. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Co 

mission, including real property of banks, $176,351*. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $814, 083*.. 

Value corporation excess. S36,620' 

Listed by white citizens, $6,199.406 

Listed by negro citizens, ?561,881* 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for schools.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 

•Ten cents additional added. 



127 .50 

20.00 
50.00 
10 .CO 
135 .00 



211.00 
196.45 



$ 3,601.50 
2,335.50 

529 .05 

2.442.24 

1C9.86 

18,598.21 

1,6S5.64 



$18,458.65 
23.957.97 
16,710.66 



72 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GASTON COUNTY. 
W. Neil Davis, SheriEF. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 212,819.. 
Town lots, 5,234 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,981_ _. 

Mules, 3,134 _ 

Jacks and jennets, 14 

Cattle, 7,789 _ 

Hogs. 7,004.. 

Sheep, 478 

Goats, 57 - 

Dogs, 1,451 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value oflBce furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value hbraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits _ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



$2,790,383 
2,7.il,129 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



133,364 
213,738 



119,829 
36,858 



2,513 
45,705 

78,397 
6,843 
18,722 

304,079 
6,352 
56,842 
792,652 
57,218 
22 



S 6,603.92 
6,510.99 



; 315.63 

505.85 

1.32 

283.59 

87.23 

1.55 

.15 

5.95 

108.17 

185.54 
16.20 
44.31 

719.65 
15.03 
134 .53 
1,875.94 
135.42 
.05 



Tax. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers—. 

Hotels - 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc. 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds. 

Botthng works 

Newspaper contests 



325 .00 

170.00 

375 .00 
80.00 
60.00 

135 .00 
50.00 
5.00 
70.00 
63.00 

175 .00 
50.50 
20.00 

225 .00 
10.00 

210.00 
20.00 



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Document 'No. 5 



73 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GASTON COUNTY— CosTiND 

STATE T.\XES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire,- 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks... 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax- 



Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes .-. 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions _ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions- 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY 



White polls, 5,043, (a $1.50... 

Negro polls, 1,038, @ $1.50 

Dogs, 1,451. (a. $1 -.-- 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $4,084,016 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $1,195,491.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,355,265 

Value bank stock, $.309,048 

Value building and loan association stock, $32,504 

Value corporation excess, $287,490 

Listed by white citizens, $7,500,471 _ 

Listed by negro citizens, $254,362 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



County purposes 
Special taxes for 



COtJNTT TAXES. 

nty purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



165.00 
265 .CO 
50.00 
230.00 
430.00 



t 361.00 
218.01 



$ 3,101.93 
729 .72 



t 7,564.00 
1,557.00 
1,451.00 

11,435.24 

3,347.37 
6,594.74 
865 .33 
91.01 
804.97 
21,001.32 
712.21 



$36,605.53 
47,811.10 



u 



Document No. 5 



[Sesaion 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GATES COUNTY. 



J. W. Bbown, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 199,190 '. 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots, 327- 



Total valuation of real estate. . 



Horses, 1.758 

Mules, 1,198 

Jacks and jennets, 18 

Cattle, 4.644.. 

Hogs, 16,633 

Sheep, 1,537 

Goats, 571 

Dogs, 143 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnitiu"e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles,. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$1,764,366 
1,659 



45,227 
127,625 



110,011 
83,485 
1,167 
47,093 
26,834 
1,537 
293 



2,395 

142, 767 

1,145 

50,152 

292,176 

1,000 
10,467 
1,192 



Schedule B, 



107.04 
302 .05 



260.36 

197 .58 

2.76 

111.45 

63.51 

3.64 

.69 

2.34 

61.91 



5.67 

337 .88 

2.71 

118.69 

691 .49 

2.37 
24.77 
2.82 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Side-shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Undertakers _ 

Horse dealers. _. 

Bicycle dealers 

Hotels 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



15.00 
10.00 
45.00 
20.00 
100.00 
5.00 
5.50 
50.00 
25.00 
30.00 
85.00 



Total Schedule B. 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



75 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GATES COUNTY— CoxTi.NUE 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses. 

Total Schedule C. 

Total Schedules B and C, 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 961, @ $1.30.. 

Negro polls, "51, @ S1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $21,576 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $7,354 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $776,411 

Value bank stock, 843,691 

Value corporation excess, $2.182 

listed by white citizens, $2.590,625... 

Listed by negro citizens, $337,793 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 1,171.37 
205.44 



$ 1,441.50 
1,126.50 

43.17 

14.70 

1,552.32 

87.38 

4.36 

5,181.25 

675 .58 

8,054.43 



$ 7,912.36 
11,937.46 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GRAHAM COUNTY. 
J. A. Ammo> 8, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 230,496 _ 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots, 38- 

Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 430— 

Mules, 324 .._ _ _ 

Jacks and jennets, 15 

Cattle, 3,699 

Hogs, 6,754 

Sheep, 1,760 

Goats, 7. __ 

Dogs, 135. _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles — 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\-isions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property— 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Schedule B. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Peddlers 

BilUard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Soda fountains - 

StalUons or jacks _._ 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage lit 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 



1,482 
29,700 



39.250 
34,955 
480 
77,935 
14,547 
2,079 
17 
1,549 
6,141 



12,399 
53,667 



Tax. 
60.00 
25.00 
50.00 

5.00 
70.00 

5.00 



3.51 
70.29 



92.89 
82.63 
1.14 
184 .44 
34.44 
2.86 
.04 
3.67 
14.54 



1. 

90.29 

1.23 

31.42 

127 .02 

.04 



Total general taxes.. 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



77 



Statement 1 — Continued, 



GRAHAM COUNTY— CoNTiNTJED. 
STATE TAXES — -continued. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions , 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PATABL 



) COTJNTT TREASDR 



White polls, 701. @ $1.50 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $8,626.. 

Value corporation excess, $211,505 

Listed by white citizens, $1.585,530 __ _ 

Listed by Indian citizens, 522,900 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY T.AXE3. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes _ _ 

Bridges and roads _. 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county ta^es.. 



S 643.27 
84.12 



S 1.051.50 

17.25 

423 .01 

3,171.06 

45.80 

1,592.67 



$ 3,740.57 

266.38 
6,116.58 
1.491.58 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY. 
S. C. HoBGOOD, Sheriff. 



Acres of land. 324, 6£7 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties.. 
Town lots, 1,55] 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 4,183 

Mules, 1,941 

Jacks and jennets, 11 

Cattle, 5,873 

Hogs, 8.277 -. 

Sheep, 1,173..-. 

Goats, 68 

Dogs. 1,981 

Value farming utensils.. 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtiu-es 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value hou.sehold and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleas\u"e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

tm-pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



$2,792,882 

10,450 

1,137,268 



Schedvie B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers.. 

Undertakers 

Dealers in second-hand clothing 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



353,140 
166,923 



106,774 
40,101 



113,813 
7,815 



319,615 

7,150 

87,580 

739,708 

3,885 
47,460 



$ 6, 609 .82 

24.73 
2,691.53 



1.05 



Tax. 

5.00 
SO .CO 

245 .00 
20.00 
30.00 
45.00 
40.00 

175.00 
20.00 
24.50 
50.00 
18.50 

100 .00 
5.00 

120 .00 

185 .00 



1.79 
252.70 
94.90 
6.68 
.27 
2.11 



269 .36 
18.50 
18.53 



207 .27 
1.7S0.64 



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79 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GRANVILLE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fount aiDB 

Stallions or) acks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B.. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses.,- 

Subjects unlisted 

Arrears for insolvents 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions _ 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 2,051, @ S1.50_. 

Negro polls, 1,481, @ $1.50 _._ _ 

Dogs, 1.981, @ $.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $263,158... 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $355,180... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,831,801 

Value bank stock, $275,547 

Value building and loan association stock, $22,240. 

Value corporation excess, $101.887 , 

Listed by white citizens, $5,650,402 

Listed by negro citizens, $666,610.. , 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax , 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 1 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



165.00 
60.00 
25.00 
20.00 

245.00 



t 252.00 
409.64 
61.79 



S 2,526.1 
423.84 



$ 3,076.50 

2,221.00 

990.50 

526.32 

710.36 

5,663.60 

551 .09 

44.48 

203 .77 

11,300.80 

1,333.; 

5,083.41 



$20,704.93 
31,829.87 
1,693.09 



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Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



W. H. Williams, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 161,962. __ ___ 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,397 _ 

Mules, 2,219 

Cattle, 1,891 

Hogs, 14,870 _.. 

Sheep, 116.... 

Goats, 90 _ 

Dogs, 42 

Value farming utensils 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\-isions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



1.600 
257,931 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc _. 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers. ._ 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers _ 

Hotels _ 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail. 



136,260 

267,814 

33.740 

46,290 

116 

55 

690 

118,823 

4,528 

1,173 

243,247 
2,110 

39.263 
601,745 

29,287 



$3,917,142 

Tax. 

I "25.00 
120.00 
10.00 
10.00 
30.00 
25.00 
5.00 
75.00 
5.50 
10.00 
45.00 
20.00 
215.00 



3.79 
610.44 



\ 322 .48 

633 .83 

79.85 

109.55 

.27 

.13 

1.63 

281.21 

10.72 

2.78 

575.68 

4.99 

92.92 

1,424.13 

69.31 



Total Schedule B.. 



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Document iN'o. 5 



81 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued, 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax 



Total Schedule C -.- 

Total Schedules B and C- 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS 

Property - _ 

Polls 



Total taxes for pensions _ _. 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TB£A8T7BEB. 



White polls, 1.365. fe $1.50 

Negro polls. 1,106, @ 11.50 ._ 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 

mLssion, including real property of banks. $32,081 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $145,350 

Value bank stock, $71.236 

Value corporation excess, $4,000 _ 

Listed by white citizens. $3.546.492 

Listed by negro citizens. $370,650 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes... 
Bridges and roads.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes. 



173 .00 
232.93 



$ 1,566.! 
296.52 



$ 2,047.50 
1,659.00 

64.16 

290.70 

142 .47 

8.00 

7,092.98 

741.30 

5,290.48 

706 .90 



$ 9,851.91 
28,200.26 



6-Part 11—1916 



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Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



GUILFORD COUNTY. 
D. B. Stafford, Sheriff, 

STATE TAXES, 



Acres of land, 394, 126.. _ 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 8,509 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 6,409... _ 

Mules. 3,204 

Jacks and jennets, 61 

Cattle, 13,231 _ 

Hogs, 10.441 _ 

Sheep, 622 _ _ 

Goats. 224 _ 

Dogs. 226 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiwe, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand _ _ 

Solvent credits.." 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



$4,871,887 

70,768 

947,119 

8,606,054 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Side-shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents. 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Collecting agencies 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers. 

Commission merchants and brokers — 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Gypsies or fortune-tellers 

Hotels.. 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys. 

Gift enterprises 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Stockbrokers 



$ 383,499 

205,973 

1,665 

194,750 

44,984 

801 

246 

2,742 

168,793 

92.416 
30.804 
17.154 

719.877 

35.623 

121.399 

2,087.705 

2.910 
213,404 



Tax. 
\ 75.00 

55.00 
655.00 
630.00 
1,130.00 
750 .00 
455.00 
340.00 
100.00 
100.00 

85.00 
270.00 
200.00 

63.00 

25.00 

214.75 

1.275.00 

175.00 

50.00 
200.00 



Sll.530.13 

167.48 

2.241.52 

20.367,66 



907.61 
487.47 

3.94 
460.91 
106.46 

1.90 



40.1 

1.703.71 

84.31 

2.S7.31 

4.940.90 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



83 



Statement l^Continued. 



GUILFORD COUNTY— CoxTiNrED. 

6TATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Meat-packing houses 

Newspaper contest 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Newsdealers 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks _ _ 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail _._ 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax _ __. 

Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 8,389, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 1,701. @ S1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2,973,749 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $1,909,076. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $4,736,892 

Value bank stock, $964.216 

Value building and loan association stock, $144,112 

Value corporation excess, $3,270,383 

Listed by white citizens, $18,8,33,170 _ _ , 

Listed by negro citizens, $797,871 , 

Special taxes for schools ._, 

Total amount general and special school tax— ___ ., 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes ___ 

Poor ptuposes 

Bridges and roads _ 

Special taxes for county purposes ,. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



870.00 
100.00 

25.00 
525.00 
200.00 
575.00 
360.00 
360.00 

20.00 
,085.00 



734.00 
866.01 



$ 7,852.42 
1,210.80 



$12,588.50 
2,651.50 

5,947.60 

3.818.15 
9,473.78 
1,928.43 
288 ,22 
6,540.77 

37,666,34 
1,595.74 

32,672.60 



$70,628.74 
3,834.20 
84,073.67 
7,705.41 



84 



Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HALIFAX COUNTY. 
J. A. House, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 433.466 $4,445,998 

Manufactiiring properties outside incorporated towns 

(value of corporations included) I 1,777,216 

Acres mineral , quarry, and water-power properties, 10 131 , 030 
Town lots, 4,157 2,711,935 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,495 

Mules, 3,958 

Jacks and jennets. 

Cattle, 6,3S3 

Hogs, 23,148 

Sheep, 824 

Goats, 249 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics _ _._ 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand __ 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Theaters _._ 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed returns 



$ 325,589 

442,418 

175 

112,964 

55,971 

1,460 

273 

1,707 

177,007 

122,893 
21,421 
7,208 

439,594 

10, 172 

121,929 

1,281,600 



Tal. 
45.00 
140.00 
255.00 
280.00 
30.00 
90.00 
100.00 
125.00 
5.00 
22.00 
63.00 
20.00 
600.00 
13.50 



4,206.08 

310.10 

6,418.25 



770 .56 
1,047.05 

.41 

267.35 

132 .46 

3.46 

.65 

4.04 

418.92 

290 .85 
50.70 
17.06 

1,040.37 
24.07 

288 .57 
3,033.12 

19.13 
238 .56 



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Document "No. 5 



85 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HALIFAX COUNTY— CoNTiN-nED. 

STATE TAXES — fontiuued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 

PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 2,653, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 3.377, @ J1.50 

Dogs, 2,570 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2,772,925 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,999,925 

Value bank stock, $238,880 

Value building and loan association stock, $36,975 

Value corporation excess, $105,404 

Listed by white citizens. $9,492,596 _ ._ 

listed by negro citizens, $1,545,938 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes, 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



90.00 
205.00 
225.00 

50.00 
105.00 
420.00 



$ 5,524.58 
723.60 



$ 3,979.50 
5,065.50 
2,814.00 

5,545.85 

5,999.85 

477.76 

73.95 

210.81 

18,985.19 

3,091.88 

1,242.59 



$37,114.92 
42,981.61 
8,369.85 



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Document ISTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HARNETT COUNTY. 

J. M. Byrd, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 


Value. 

53,151,496 
11,120 
15,537 
999,457 


ToialValue. 
54,177,610 

1,790.284 


Tax. 

5 7,458.54 

26.32 

36.77 

2,366.38 

S 268.12 

823 .84 

.22 

152 .93 

100.87 

.75 

.56 

135.62 

119.06 
14.92 
15.66 

713.13 
19.40 
100.04 
604 .93 
96.66 
.02 

1,080.40 


Total Tax. 


Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 




Town lots, 2,119 










$ 109,065 

348, 100 

95 

64,616 

42,620 

318 

236 

57,303 

50,305 
6,304 
6,569 

301,321 
8,198 
42,270 
255.605 
40,844 
10 

456,505 




Horses, 1,205 




Mules. 3,445 








Cattle, 4.404 . 




Hogs. 16,869 








Goats. 244 . 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 














4,237.02 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$5,967,894 

Tax. 

$ 15.00 

60.00 

245.00 

40.00 

5.00 

35.00 

100.00 

5.00 

20.00 

4.00 

75.00 

35.50 

40.00 

4.50 

60.00 

130.00- 

95.00 


$ 14,124.03 
151 .75 


Schedule B. 








































Peddlers -- 
























Soda fountains .- 





1917] 



Document No. 5 



87 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HARNETT COUNTY— Continced. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail.. 

Total Schedule B._.. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C _.. 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property., 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PATABLE TO COUNTY TBEASITBEB. 



White polls, 3,1.^S, @ .51.50 

Negro polls, 1.003, @ S1.50 , 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $426,717 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $705,312... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,631,720 

Value bank stock, $90,269 

Value corporation excess, $28,607. 

Listed by white citizens, $5,660,406 

Listed by negro citizens, $307,488 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Special taxes for roads 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 20.00 
175.00 
130.00 



S 2,387.16 
496.92 



$ 4,707.00 
1,504.50 

853 .43 

1,410.62 

3,263.44 

180.54 

57.21 

11,320.81 

614.98 



$19, 154 .56 
5,310.31 
14,722.21 



Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY. 
W. A. Palmer, Sheriff. 



Acres of land. 341,863 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Town lots, 1,6S4 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,229.. 

Mules, 1,120 

Jacks and jennets, 22.. 
Cattle, 16,208 



Sheep, 3,674 

Goats, 60 _. 

Dogs, 229.... 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasiu"e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, poods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$3,170,266 

80,450 

1,731,499 



$ 207,634 

73,280 

865 

275,882 

28,833 

6,972 

60 

2,909 

139, 170 

27,659 
8,230 
7,195 

143,445 

6,137 

65,252 

490.920 

150 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Giftenterprises 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains 



S 7,502.96 

190.40 

4,097.88 



491 .40 
173.43 
2.05 
652.92 
68.24 
16.50 



Tax. 

85.00 
250.00 
20.00 
20.00 
50.00 
5.00 
10.00 
35.76 
106 ;7* 
450.00 
25.00 
7.50 
45.00 
90.00 



.14 



65.46 
19.48 
17.03 

339 .49 

14.52 

154 .43 

1,161.84 

.36 
25.16 
1.61 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HAYWOOD COUNTY— Continued, 

STATE TAXEB — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 



Stallions or jacks 

Dealers ic pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail-. 

Total Schedule B.,.. 



Marriage licenses _._ 

Total Schedule C _. 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



; PENSIONS. 



Property. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COXTNTT TREAStJBER. 



White polls. 3.3S1. @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 53, @ $1.50.. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, 8107,625 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $123,402... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,032,924 

Value bank stock, $124.893 , 

Value building and loan association stock, $1,210 

Value corporation excess, $21,605 

Listed by white citizens, $6,973,735 

Listed by negro citizens, $25,123 



110.00 
75.00 



Total amount general and special school tax 



COUNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 2,799.54 
412.08 



S 5,071.50 
79.50 

215.25 

246 .80 

2,065.85 

249.79 

2.42 

43.21 

13,947.47 

50.25 



$24,235.75 
25.231.55 
2,050.71 



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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HENDERSON COUNTY. 
W. F. Brown, Tax Collector 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 222,616 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated townf 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 2,949 _ 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,812. 
Mules, 1,292... 



Jacks and jennets, 19.. 

■Cattle, 8,951 

Hogs, 3,325 

Sheep, 931 

Goats, 72 



, SO.. 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco. 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 



$2,399,312 

5,762 

15,270 

1,235,472 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Collecting agencies 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers.. 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Gift enterprises.. , 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

.\utomobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



140,398 
99,462 
1,030 
146.110 
20,851 
1.589 
105 
1,040 
37,468 

43,648 
5,927 
12,706 

208,980 
6,132 
18,618 
267,403 
27,480 
194 



$ 5,678.37 
13.63 
36.13 
, 924 .95 



332 .27 
235 .39 



Tax. 

100.00 
230 .00 
120.00 
45.00 
25.00 
6.00 
10.00 
68.50 
134 .25 
300.00 
50.00 
3.00 
5.00 
60.00 
200.00 I 



345 .79 
49.34 



103.30 
14.02 
30.07 

494 .58 
14.51 
44.06 

632 .85 

65.05 

.47 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



91 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HEXDERSON COUNTY— Continued. 
STATE TAXES — couHnued. 
Schedule B~~continued. 


$ 95.00 
80.00 
50.00 
140.00 


8 1,710.75 
154.00 




















Total Schedule B 


$ 154 .00 




Schedule C. 




Total Schedule C. 










$ 1,959.70 
284 .76 










$ 13,627.60 


SPECIAL T.VX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls 










S 3,361.50 
198.70 

378.70 

1,683 ..IS 

292 .74 

87.45 

105 .00 

12,075.78 

172.96 

7,139.89 


2,244.56 








$ 15,872.16 






White polls, 2.241. @ S1.50.... 




Neirro polls, 132, @ $1.50 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Corn- 




Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $673,353 

Value bank stock, $117.098 






























$18,129.37 
40,689.97 


25,496.10 






COCNTT TAXES. 































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Document N^o. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HERTFORD COUNTY. 
A. E. Garrett, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land. 20S.256 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated townf 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

1.000 


Value. 

Jl, 948, 521 
23,375 

43,557 
658,020 


TotalValue. 
$2,573,473 

1,823,229 


Tax. 

$4,611.50 
55.32 

103.08 
1,320.65 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 971 _ 








Total valuation of real estate 


S 13,S,571 

151,297 

575 

45,490 

36,251 

872 

573 

961 

58, 609 

63,875 
4,189 
2,699 

210,951 

3,519 

53,147 

826,730 

864 
32.654 
10,634 

180,768 


$ 327 .95 

358.07 
1.36 

107 .66 
85.79 
2.06 
1.36 
2.27 

138.71 

151.17 
9.91 
6.39 

499 .25 

8.33 

125 .78 

1,956.59 

2.04 

77.28 
25.17 

427.83 


$ 6,090.55 


Horses, 2,054. 


Mules, 1.754 








Cattle, 4,777 




Hogs, 16,537 












Dogs, 131 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 740.50 


4,314.97 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$4,396,702 

Tax. 
% 45.00 

170.00 
10.00 
15.00 
30.00 

175.00 
10.00 
50 .CO 
20.50 
40.00 
35.00 
20.00 

120.00 


$ 10,405.52 
8.00 


Schedule B. 




















Horse dealers 




















Soda fountains.. 


















Total Schedule B. 







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93 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HERTFORD COUNTY— Coktinced. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Subjects unlisted _ _ _ 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _,_ __ _ 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions _ __ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

VOiite poUs, 1,100. @$1.50 

Negro polls, 1,334, @ S1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, S86,119 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $17,254 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $567,562 

Value bank stock, $S1,094_.. 

Listed by white citizens, $3,654,580 

Listed by negro citizens. $742,122 

Special taxes 

Fines and penalties 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COTTSTY TAXES. 

County purposes __. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



t 190.00 

62.08 



t 1,758.1 
292.08 



t 1,650.00 
2,001.00 

172.24 

34.51 
1,135.12 

162.19 
7,309.16 
1,484.24 
2,939.47 

514.89 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HOKE COUNTY. 
Edgar Hall, Sheriff. 

6TATE T.AXES. 

Acres of land, 245,784.. 


Value. 

$2,168,973 
2,415 
4,568 

281,478 


TotalValue. 
$2,457,434 

608,117 


Tax. 

$5,133.23 

5.72 
10.82 
666.16 


Total Tax. 


Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 




Town lots, 318 










S 47,446 

141,344 

115 

24,634 

17,797 

446 

161 

42,101 

36,945 
1.125 
3,697 

85,338 
1,973 
26,018 
90,884 

15 

23,766 

17 

64,295 


$ 112.29 

334 .51 

.27 

58.30 

42.12 

1.06 

.38 

99.64 

87.44 
2.66 
8.75 

201 .97 

4.67 

61.57 

215.10 

.03 

56.25 

.04 

152.16 


$ 5,815.93 


Horses, 625 __ 




Mules, 1,693 








Cattle, 1,602 




Hogs, 5,M9 




Sheep, 298.... 




Goats, 91 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles. _ 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 482.50 


1,439.21 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$3,065,551 

Tax. 

$ 10.00 
120.00 
20.00 
20.00 
25.00 
5.00 
5.00 
50.00 
10.00 
20.00 
20.00 
37.50 
90.00 
50.00 


$ 7,255.14 






























Hotels- .— 






























Total Schedule B 







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95 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HOKE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — ivrttinued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C. 

Total Schedules B and C. 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property __ 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 776. @ $1.50 

Indian polls, 35. @ SI. 50 

Negro polls. 749, @ .51.50.... 

Dogs. 5S2, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by ,'^tate Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $198,143.. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $185,652-. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc.. $188,752 

Value bank stock, $44.664 

Value corporation excess, $8.235 

Listed by white citizens, $2.798,423 

Listed by Indian citizens. $5.336 '. 

Listed by negro citizens, $261,792 

Special taxes 

Fines and penalties 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes , 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



$ 1,226.22 
187.20 



$ 1,164.00 

52.50 

1,123.60 

652.00 

396.28 

371 .30 
377.50 
89.33 
16.47 
5,596.85 
10.67 
523 .58 
8,033.74 
312.75 



$ 7,605.69 

831.80 

4,159.00 

16,183.60 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HYDE COUNTY. 
George E. Davis, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 


Value. 

$1,403,792 
66,637 


TotalValue. 
$1,470,429 

705,242 


Tax. 

$3,322.31 
157.71 


Total Tax. 












S 118,263 
37,505 
50,866 
21,662 
2,760 
169 
495 
36,179 

31,282 
1,593 
2,542 

91,234 
1,891 
24.957 
182.318 
10.380 
29,824 

106.322 


$ 279.90 
88.75 
120.38 
61.27 
6.53 
.40 
1.16 
85.62 

74.03 
3.77 
6.02 

215.92 
4.48 
59.06 

431 .50 
24.57 
70.58 

251 .62 


i 3,480.02 


Horses, 5,852 


Mules, 1,331. 




Cattle, 8,093.... 




Hogs, 10,937. . 




Sheep, 2,511. 




Goats, 86 




Dogs, 46 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures. 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 












Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 375 .00 
191.31 


1,775.66 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Schedule B. 


$2,220,671 

Tax. 

t 65.00 
20.00 
50.00 
40.00 
15.00 
90.00 
95.00 


$ 5,255.58 


















Stallions or jacks 














Total Schedule B 


$ 70.00 
121.31 




Schedule C. 














Total Schedule C 












Total Schedules B and C 




566.31 








Total general taxes 


$ 5,821.89 



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Document "No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



HYDE COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES— con (in ued, 

SPECIAL T,A_K FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



I PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER 



White polls. 933. @ SI.50 

Negro polls, 479, @ Sl.oO 

Value railroad, telefrraph, telephone, express, etc., ?21,325.. 

Value bank stock. S24,90I 

Value corporation excess. $1,000___ 

Listed by white citizens. $2.151.874 

Listed by negro citizens, $90,662 

Special taxes _ 



Total amount general and special school tax. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes. ., 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for bonds... 
Special taxes for schools.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



97 



S 1,399.30 

718 .50 

42 .65 

49.80 

2.00 

4,303.75 

181 .32 

8,857.87 



$ 4,420.54 
536.56 



7— Part 11—1916 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



IREDELL COUNTY. 
J. M. Deaton, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 366,317 .-- 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties. 



Town lots, 3,391-. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,775 

Mules, 4,245 

Jacks and jennets, 12 

Cattle, 12,868.. ._ 

Hogs, 10.275 

Sheep, 496 

Goats, 220 

Dogs, 143 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\isions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property .-. 



(3,601,530 
14,072 



Total valuation personal property,. 



Total valuation real and personal property- 
tax 



293, 147 
326,450 



212,221 
48,017 



1,510 
91,375 



11,470 

381,533 

11,930 

24,800 

1,003,634 

300 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Side-shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables,. 

Hotels 

Cotton c 
Billiard 



il mills _,. 

ir pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 



$ 8,523.62 
33.30 



5.64 
6,744.93 



693 .78 
772 .60 

2.31 
502 .26 
113.64 

1.63 
.57 

3.57 
216.25 

293 .42 
28.56 
27.15 

902 .96 

23.23 

58.69 

2,375.27 

.71 



Tax. 
25.00 
150 .00 
460.00 
10.00 
375 .00 
200.00 
80.00 
85.00 
125 .00 
20.00 
53.00 
47.50 
80.00 
125.00 



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Document No. 5 



99 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



IREDELL COUNTY— Continued. 

BTATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Slot machines with fixed returns - _ 

Bottlinp works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks.-. 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax remitted to single 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total Stat« taxes, general and pensions.— 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COrNTT TREASURER. 

Wiite polls. 4,4.39, @ $1.78 

Nepro polls, 1.072, @ $1.78 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $841,430 

Personal property listed by rorporations assessed by State Tax 
Commi^ion, including personal property of banks, J82I.746... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., 42,558,533 

Value bank stock, $353.129 

Value building and loan association stock, $73,640 

Value crrpf ration excess, $34,029 

Listed by white citizens, $9,426,164 

Listed by negro citizens, $314,829 

I Special taxes for schools — 

i Total amount general and special school tax 

COtJNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

' Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

I Total county taxes... 

' Total State, school, and county taxes , 

I 

^— 



4.50 
120.00 
120.00 
150.00 
30.00 
75.00 
240.00 



321.00 
46.00 



$ 3,896.40 
661.32 



$ 7,901.42 
1,908.16 

2,384.05 

2,328.28 

7,249.17 

1,000.53 

208 .65 

96.42 

26,707.46 

892 .02 

7,348.! 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 
J. W. Buchanan, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 253.384 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

4,174 

Town lots 



Total valuati( 



al estate.. 



Horses. 1.539 

Mules, 640 , 

Jacks and jennets, 24. _._ 

Cattle, 8.625 

Hogs. 8,547 

Sheep, 3,671 

Goats. 112 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms.. 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits _ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles,. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property _ 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



$1,502,685 




$ 3,656.12 


82,740 




196 .82 


45,188 




106.94 


193,752 


$1,824,265 


458 .55 






S 111,320 




$ 263.46 


60,994 




144.35 


1,025 




2.43 


160,687 




356.62 


23,071 




54.60 


5,177 




12.25 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



21,025 
1,657 
3,003 

92,596 
4,686 
29,677 
163,802 
3,484 



Total Schedule B. 



Tax. 

35.00 
80.00 
10.00 
10.00 
18.00 
47.12 
50.00 
10.00 
20.00 
100.00 
50.00 
20.00 



49.76 
3.92 
7.11 

219.14 
10.85 
70.24 

387 .66 
8.25 



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Document 'No. 5 



101 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JACKSON COUNTY— CoNTiNtJED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C. -.. - 

Total Schedules B and C -. 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

PoUs - 

Total taxes for pensions. --- 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

ECHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO CorNTT TREASURER. 

White polls, 1,774. @ SJ.50 

Negro polls, 50, @ $1.50 

Heal estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, S43S,033 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $24,725 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $989,270 

Value bank stock, $3C,795 

Listed by white citizens, $2,618,810 

Listed by Indian citizens, $110.501 

Listed by negro citizens, $22,231 

Special taxes for schools _ 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county pxu-poses 

Total county taxes... 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



% 1,100.61 
218.88 



$ 2,661.00 
75.00 

876.07 

49.45 

1,978.54 

61.59 

5,237.62 

221.00 

44.46 

17,795.63 



$ 6,659.67 
1,963.43 
5,081.24 
17,821.52 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JOHNSTON COUNTY. 
W. F. Grimes, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land. 492,676 $5,098,764 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 47,106 

Town lots, 3,208 1.915,051 

Total valuation of real estate 



$12,067.05 

111.48 

4,532.29 



Horses, 2,142 $ 190,073 

Mules, 7,350 735,638 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 8,860... 130,867 

Hogs, 45,571. 107,096 

Sheep, 1,348 1,399 

Goats, 1,251 

Dogs 

Value farming utensils _ 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts 

and other vehicles 181,985 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 25,697 

Value tools of mechanics 9,680 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical i 

struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 678,696 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 10,054 

Money on hand 61,934 

Solvent credits... 1,229,233 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State... 1,999 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 110,9 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$ 449 .83 

1,741.00 

1.17 

309.72 

253 .46 

3.31 

2.10 



430.69 
60.81 
22.90 

1,606.24 

23.79 

146.57 

2,909.18 

4.73 
262 .62 



■ menagerie. 



Theaters 
Circus o: 

Side-shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc.. 

Keal estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlera 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 



Tax. 
10.00 
95 .CO 

155.00 

340.00 
30.00 
20.00 
65.00 

175.00 
15.00 
12.00 

250.00 
50.00 
45.25 
60.00 



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Document N"o. 5 



103 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JOHNSTON COUNTY— CoNTiNDED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Slot machines with fixed returns - 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C._. 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions • 

Total State taxes, general and pensions _ 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 5,840, @ J1.45 

Xe?ro polls. 1,508, @ 81.45.. 

Dops, 76, @ SI - - 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $586,466 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
. Commission, including personal property of banks, $802.798... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $3,488,SS9 

Value bank stock, $276,44.3 

Value building and loan association stock, $35.170 

Value corporation excess, $47,729 

Listed by white citizens, $10,827,165 _ __-. 

Listed by negro citizens, $569,822 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes _ 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



15.00 

65.00 
280.00 

20.00 
175 .00 

20.00 
265.00 



$4,558.79 
881 .76 



$ 8,468.00 

2,186.60 

76.00 

1,172.93 

1,605.59 

6,977.78 

552.88 

50.34 

95.46 

21,654.33 

1,139.64 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JONES COUNTY. 



J. S. Hargett, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 273,925 - 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 18,735 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 737 

Mules, 1,266 _ 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 3,341 ___ 

Hogs, 13,700 

Sheep, 675 

Goats, 546 

Dogs, 46. _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics -. 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$1,390,427 

1,400 

49,169 

251,709 



Schedule B. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers.. -. 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hii 

Soda fountains 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



60,823 
132,700 



37,247 
25,328. 



31,466 
2,238 
24,635 

120,158 

1,630 

8,028 

159,411 

13,692 

560 



( 3,290.68 
3.31 
116.37 
695.71 



143 .95 
314 .06 
1.54 
88.15 
59.94 
1.60 
.67 



40.00 
15.00 
75.00 

5.00 
30.00 

3.00 
45.00 
25.00 
85.00 



1.28 
50.30 



58.30 

284 .37 
3.91 
19.00 
377 .27 
32.40 
1.33 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



105 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



JONES COUNTY— Continued. 

6TATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule C. 


S 58.00 
26.16 


i 84 .16 
























i 980.22 
175.44 










t 6,213.29 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 


Polls 










$ 1,178.76 
882.66 

341 .89 

1,131.92 

41.16 

6.60 

4,476 .eo 

424 .48 

7,206.51 










i 7,368.95 




SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtJNTT TREABUREH. 

White polls, 836. @ S1.41-... 




Negro polls, 626, @ $1.41. 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Coin- 




Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $565,960 

Value bank stock, $:0,57S-- 








Listed by white citizens. 52,238,298 




Listed by negro citizens, S212.243 










S 6,846.65 
7,299.84 


15,690.58 




COUNTY TAXES. 












Total county taxes 












$ 37,206.02 





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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



LEE COUNTY. 
D. E. Lasater, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 159,269 _ 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated town? 
Town lots, 1,924 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 772 

Mules, 1,466 

Jacks and jennets, 12 

Cattle, 3,107 

Hogs, 4,162 

Sheep, 308 

Goats, 211 

Dogs, 48 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnitiu-e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu"e, musical in- 
struments, pro-visions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



$1,535,495 
13,900 
491,345 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers : 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers -_. 

Hotels-.- 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bottling works 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



68,122 
154,698 



49,324 
17,451 



41.437 
9,500 
3,078 

123,535 

5,280 

11,697 

309,236 

1,000 
17,023 



$ 3,634.00 

32.90 

1,162.85 



116.73 
41.30 



7.28 

292 .37 
12.50 
27.68 

731 .86 

2.37 
40.29 



$3,187,671 

Tax. 

$ 60.00 
130.00 
20.00 
25.00 
30.00 
75.00 
10.00 
12.50 
100.00 
10.00 
20.00 
25.00 
1.50 
30.00 
10.00 
60.00 



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107 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



LEE COUXTY— CoxTiNCED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B— continued. 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses , 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Proj)erty 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

BCBOOI. TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTT TREASURER. 

White polls, 1.406, ©51.50 

Negro polls, 473, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $676,741 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,333,596 

Value bank stock, $46,319 

Value corporation excess, $10,283. 

Listed by white citizens, $3,014.794 .._ 

Listed by negro citizens, $172,877 

Special taxes for schools _ __ 

Total amount general and special school tax __ 

COtTNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes _._ 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



$ 70.00 
50.00 
95.00 



$ 1,275.07 
225 .48 



t 2,109.00 
710.00 

1,353.48 

2,667.19 
92.64 
20.57 

6,029.59 
345.75 

2.909.16 



$11,211.78 
2,327.32 
14,545.78 
3,152.77 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



LENOIR COUNTY. 
A. W. Taylor, Sheriff. 



8TATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 233,723- 
Town lots, 2,604 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,804 

Mules, 2.571.. 

Jacks and jennets, 3 

Cattle, 3,086 

Hogs, 20,452 

Sheep, 404 

Goats, 358 - 

Dogs, 246 _ 

Value farming utensils 1 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics _ 

Value household and kitchen furnitxu-e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property.. _.. 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$2,326,978 
2.430,819 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies - 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Eeal estate agents - 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Collecting agencies 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers. 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels...- 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Slot machines with fixed retiu-ns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 



118,612 
211,070 



40,169 
30,406 



66,618 
16,963 
5,602 

393,111 

4,275 

43,027 

778,009 

15 



S 5,498 
6,741.52 



$ 275.71 
493 .53 



Tax. 

37.00 
225.00 
290 .00 
80.00 
35.00 
50.00 
10.00 
150.00 
5.00 
20.00 
22.00 
50.00 
46.25 
30.00 
250.00 
12.00 
5.00 



155.66 
40.14 
13.25 

926.36 

10.11 

101 .83 

1,840.28 

.03 



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109 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



LEXOIR COUNTY-<:o.\TiNUED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 
Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Subjects unlisted _ _ 

Delinquents for year 1914 

Total Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes _ 

SPECIAL T-OC FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ _ 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions. 



450.00 
60.00 

160.00 
10.00 

150.00 
10.00 

400.00 



392 .00 
698.12 



$ 2,841.04 
503 .28 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 2,429, @ $1.50.. 

Negro polls, 1.765. @ $1.50..... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2.S2,409 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $409,866.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $763,750 

Value bank stock. $323.159.... 

Value building and loan association stock, $27,000... 

Value corporation excess, $105,096 

Listed by white citizens, $6,649,515 

Listed by negro citizens, $453,099 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax _ 

COtrNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Total county taxes 

Total Slate, school, and county taxes 



$ 3,643.50 
2,647.50 

564.81 

819.73 

1,527.50 

646.31 

54.00 

210.19 

13,309.10 

914 .99 

7,701. 



$19,287.07 
29,768.97 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



LINCOLN COUNTY. 



A. P. Willis, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 178.233... 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incor- 
porated towns, 840 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 
390. 



Town lots, 1.211,, 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,880 

Mules, 2,340 .___ 

Jacks and jennets, 7 _ 

Cattle, 5,476 

Hogs, 5,215 _._ 

Sheep, 156.,-. 

Goats, 78 _ 

Dogs, 4 _ 

Value farming utensils.. 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles... 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms _. 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State _ 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



il 


,928,836 




161,923 




4,143 




654,635 


i 


142,120 




189,170 




745 




103,744 




27,563 



Traveling theatrical companies.— 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers... 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Slot machines with fixed returns.. 



72,984 
1,600 
3,484 

169,780 

3,610 

29.008 

563,725 

100 



S 4, -564 .91 
383 .22 



9.79 
1,549.31 



336.35 
447 .70 
1.76- 
245 .52 
65.21 



Tax. 

101 .00 
75.00 

130 .00 
20.00 
10.00 
25.00 
25.00 
10.00 
24.00 
60.00 
13.25 
3.00 



.51 

.22 

.07 

159 .89 



172.74 
3.79 
8.25 

401 .81 

8.55 

68.65 

,334.15 



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111 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



LINCOLN COUNTY— CoNTiOTJED. 

STATE TAXEfi — continucd. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling woris - - 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B.... 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOn PENSIOX8. 

Property. _._ 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensioiis 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASCBER. 

White polls. 2,215, @ SI .50 

Negro polls, 229. @ $1.50.... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com 

mission, including real property of banks. $472,397. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Ta: 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $1.39,134. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc.. $707,936 

Value bank stock, $122,494 

Value building and loan association stock. $32,314 

Value corporation excess. $36,549 

Listed by white citizens. $4,334.840 . 

Listed by negro citizens, $105,838 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and epecial school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes _ 



30.00 
10.00 
35.00 
30.00 
30.00 
25.00 
45.00 



$ 1,776.27 
293 .28 



S 3.322.50 
343 .50 

944 .79 

278.27 
1,415.87 
244 .99 
64.63 
73.10 
8,669.68 
211 .67 



$12,793.32 
11.987.22 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



MACON COUNTY. 
Alex. Moore, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 268,090 


Value. 

$1,424,773 

25,602 
354,006 


TolalVaiue. 
$1,804,381 

942,971 


Tax. 

i 3,371.96 

60.59 
837.82 


Total Tax. 


Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 
7,6S0- 














t 104,467 

93,449 

1,465 

143,228 

19,988 

3,262 

72 

3S5 

52,362 

23,021 
1,633 
3,659 

77,316 
4,981 

63,687 

153,999 

8,738 

197,289 


$ 247.24 
221 .16 

3.47 

338.97 

47.31 

7.72 

.17 

.84 

123.92 

54.48 
3.87 
8.66 

182 .98 
11.79 
127.06 
364.46 
20.68 

466.91 


i 4,270.37 


Horses, 1,371 ._. 




Mules, 1,084 








Cattle, 9.C9I - 




Hogs, 8,387... 




Sheep, 2,442... 








Dogs, 171 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furnitiu-e and warehoxise fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms. 












Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












S 670.74 


2,231.69 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$2,747,352 

Tax. 
t 10.00 

120.00 
10.00 
50.00 
30.74 

200.00 
30.00 
50.00 
15.00 

100.00 
25.00 
30.00 


i 6,502.06 

18.00 


Schedule B. 
















Hotels- 




































Total Schedule B.... 





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113 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MACON COUNTY— CoNTixcED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C .... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TXX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property 
Polls... 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and peDsioDs-. 



TAXES PAYABLE ' 



White polls. I.rs4, @ $1.50 

Negro polls. 5.3. @ 81.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. $174.016 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks. $37,766 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $222,173 

Value bank stock. $57.475 

Value corporation excess. $19,205 '. 

Listed by while citizens. $2.727.853 

Listeil by neero citizens. $19.499 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



95.00 
178.00 



$ 1,098.94 
220.44 



$ 2,676.00 
79.50 

348.03 

75.53 
444.35 
114.95 
38.41 
5,455.71 
39.00 
10,583.78 



$ 6. 169 .32 

2,001 .25 

18.973.17 

191 .90 



8— Part 11—1916 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



MADISON COrNTY. 

W. M. Bdckneh, Tax Collec-tor, 



Acres of land, 268,791 

Manxif acturing properties outside incorporated towr 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties.. 

Town lots, 482 - 



$2,130,267 

31,763 

2,625 

376,486 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,366 

Mules, 2,074 

Jacks and jennets, 35 

Cattle, 14.488 

Hogs, 8,597 

Sheep, 2,903 

Goats, 11 

Dogs, 229 - 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments '... 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State..-. 

Automobiles, pleasxu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

tiu-pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property.. 



al and personal property 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc. 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains 



162,836 
153, 706 

1,668 
226, 102 
28,713 

3,143 



23,407 
2,224 
3,944 



77,138 
241,494 



S 5,041. 
75.17 
6.21 
891 .02 



385.38 
363.77 

3.71 
535.11 
67.95 

7.44 



25,00 
105.00 
10.00 
5.00 
30.00 
30.00 
43.00 
50.00 
45.00 
25.00 



2.46 
72.72 



294.06 

7.10 

182.56 

571 .55 

.26 



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Document No. 5 



115 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MADISON COUNTY— CoNTiNCED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Stallions or jacks.. 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail- 



Total Schedule B. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS 



Property. 
Polls ..... 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and penBions.. 



' TREASURER. 



White polls, 2,984. @ ll.SO.... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, {298,915.. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $15,150 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1.. 304,078 

Value bank stock, $45,219 

Value corporation excess, $12,300 .- 

Listed by white, Indian, and negro citizens 



i 160.00 
75.00 
50.00 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COrNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for eotinty purposes 



Total county taxes _ .., 

Total State, school, and county ta 



$ 1,510.1 
358.08 



i 5,371.20 

896.75 

45.45 

3,912.23 

135 .66 

36.90 

11,325.19 



$11,051.38 
1,133.' 
24,528.27 
11,083.14 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 
J. C. Cra-wpord, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 275,935 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Town lots, 1,728 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1.341. 
MiJes, 2,666.. 
Cattle, 5,908.. 
Hogs, 20,055.. 
Sheep. 551.... 
Goats, 149... 



, 317.. 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, mtisieal in- 
struments, proWsions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on band 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State.... 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Theaters _ 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Side-shows _ 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Peddlers 

Hotels .- 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed retm"ns 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire — 



116,.339 
285,897 
68, 672 
49,026 
688 
153 



71,489 
5,371 
9,718 

340,627 

4,845 

43,467 

978.093 

278 



Tax. Total Tax. 



Tax. 
20.00 

145.00 
35.00 
10.00 

145.00 
25.00 
55.00 

100.00 
20.00 
75.00 
23.00 

125.00 
9.00 
30.00 
50.00 



275.34 
676.63 
162 .52 
116.03 

1.62 
.36 

1.58 
100.55 

169.19 
12.71 
22.99 

806.15 

11.47 

102 .87 

2,314.83 

.65 

112.34 

3.32 



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117 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MARTIN COUNTY— CoNT-noTED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols _ 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses... _ 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total peneral taxes 

8PECTAL T.VX FOB PENSION'S. 

Property..' 

Polls — - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

BCBOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtJNTY TBBA8T7REB. 

White polls, 1.653, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 1,213. @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $239,650 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $121, 799. _. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,S69,259 

Value bank stock, $96,147. 

Value corporation excess, $6,020 

Listed by white citizens, $5.237,238 

Listed by negro citizens, $712,087 

Total amount general and special school tax_ 

COCNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Roads _ _ 

Special taxes for schools 

Total county taxes _ 

Total State, pchool, and county taxes.. 



127.50 
25.00 
20.00 

155.00 



t 2.379.73 
343.92 






2.723.65 




S 18,234.70 



t 2.479.50 
1.819.50 

479.30 

243.60 

3,738.52 

192.29 

12.04 

10.474.48 

1.424.17 



$17,439.76 ' 
8.385.87 
7,454.19 ' 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



McDowell county. 



J. A. Laughrid 



STATE TAXE 



Acres of land, 271,910 ___ $1,696,600 

Town lots, 2,256 407,788 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 612 

Mules, 1,466 _. 

Jacks and jennets, 13 

Cattle, 4,702 _. 

Hogs, 3,075 

Sheep, 374.. 

Goats, 9 _... 

Dogs, 70 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnit\U"e, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

.Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State... ...^ 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property , _ 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Livery stables ' 

Hotels... 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



42,397 
79,821 



61,808 
12,268 



11,921 
2,205 
4,656 

61,542 

2,622 

15,917 

141,222 

250 



$ 4,015.29 
965.10 



100.34 
188.91 

1.21 
146.28 
29.03 

1.03 



Tax. 

75.00 
135.00 

5.00 
30.00 
10.00 
22.75 

5.00 
30.00 
35.00 
50.00 
30.00 
80.00 



28.21 
5.22 
11.02 

145 .65 

6.21 

37.67 

334 .23 

.59 



S 6,627.83 
231.01 



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119 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



McDowell county— continced. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property... — 

PoUs 

Total taxes for pensions _ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtn^'TT TREASITRER. 

White polls, 1,744. @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 18", @ $1.50 , 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $526,398 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,567,970 

Value bank stock, $115,630 

Value building and loan association stock, $3,567 

Value corporation excess, $119,608 

Listed by white citizens, $2,733,298 

Listed by negro citizens, $67,182 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COCNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposesl _ _ _ 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes -.. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



t 1,120.19 
231 .72 



$ 2,616.00 
280.50 

1,052.80 

5,135.94 

231 .26 

7.13 

239.22 

5,466.60 

134.36 

13,413.76 



$11,982.69 

733.78 

18,400.96 

9,382.03 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY. i 

N. W. Wallace, Sheriff. Vnhie. 

STATE TAXES. | 

i 

Acres of land, 309,585 - I $4,254,297 

Town lots, 11,684.. I 11,712,870 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,363 

Mules, 5,114 - 

Jacks and jennets, 20 

Cattle, 11,164 

Hogs, 7,696. 

Sheep, 555 

Goats, 116 

Dogs, 59 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics _ 

Value household and kitchen fm-nitiu-e, mxisical in- 
struments, proWsions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand.. ' _ 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Gypsies or fortune-tellers 

Hotels 

Cotton compresses 

Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Gift enterprises.. 

Slot machines with fixed returns 



206,548 

348,910 

1,650 

188,904 

38,480 

682 

151 



140,384 
65,635 
24,063 

737.069 

25.440 

79,334 

,007,828 

13,265 

207,088 

1,495 



$10,068.50 
27,720.46 



825 .75 
3.90 

447.07 
91.07 
1.61 



Tax. 
680.00 
746.00 
310.00 
1,370.00 
935.00 
420.00 
260.00 
100.00 

40.00 
170.00 
600.00 

29.00 
100.00 

50.00 
380.60 
250.00 
270.00 
1,376.00 

75.00 

25.60 



.36 

1.70 

218.62 



156.10 
56.95 

1.744.40 

60.21 

187.76 

4,751.86 

31.39 

490.11 

3.54 



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121 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MECKLENBURG COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. j 

Schedule B— continued. 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds S 

Stockbrokers 

Bottling works 

Meat-packing houses 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks - 

Cigarette manufacturers -. 

Total Schedule B i 



15.00 
200.00 
630.00 
100.00 

70.00 
225.00 
7S7.50 
110.00 
275.00 

20.00 
1,010.00 



Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses , $ 

Total .Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL T.\X FOR PENSIONS. 

Property — _ 

PolU - 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions-. 



1,603.77 
,041.24 



SCHOOL TAXES PATJ 

White polls, 6,563, @ $1.50.. 
Negro polls, 2,114, @ $1.50.. 



t COUNTY TREASURER. 



Dogs _ 

Real estate lit-ted by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 

miiision, including real property of banks, $4,309.475 

Personal proi>erty listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $2,157,040.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $4,825,863 

Value bank stock, $1.958,830 

Value building and loan association stock, $317,380- 

i, $1,013,895 

$20,756.022...- 

,$753,415. 



Value corporation exc 
Listed by white citize 
Listed by negro citize 
Special taxes for scho 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COCNTT TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes ., 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



S 9,844.50 
3,171.00 
1,688.00 

8,618.95 

4,314.08 

9,651.' 

3,917.1 

634.76 
2,027.79 

41,512 
1,306.83 

16,716.62 



$72,130.64 

3,297.26 

108,276.76 

69,886.01 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MITCHELL COUNTY. 

Joseph Tipton, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 132,325 _ _._ ■_ 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Town lots. 147 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,200 

Mules, 674 __ 

Jacks and jennets, 28 

Cattle, 4,460- _ 

Hogs, 3,770 

Sheep, 1,326 

Goats, 2 

Dogs, 57 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office ftu-niture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



765,107 
7,740 
55,045 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Traveling theatrical companies- 
Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Traveling tintypists 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 



81,664 
47,905 
950 
68,297 
11,345 
1,396 



1,511 

21,641 
2,550 
17,634 
80,121 



TolalValue. Tax. Total Tax. 



i 1,810.74 
18.32 
130 .28 



Tax. 

10.00 
100.00 
30.00 
40.00 
34.00 
25.00 
50.00 
55.00 
25.00 



Total Schedule B_ 



193.25 

113.37 

2.25 

161 .63 

26.85 

3.30 

.02 

.54 



18.88 
1.20 
3.58 



41.74 

189.62 

1.31 



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123 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MITCHELL COUNTY— CoNTiKCED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses.- 
Subjects UDlisted. 



Total Schedule C. 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxea, general and pensions-. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURE 



WTiite polls, 1,391... 

Negro polls, 2 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone 
Value bank stock, 55,660 

Value corporation excess, S35,917... 
Listed by white citizens, 51,287,003.. 

Listed by negro citizens, 2,028 

Special taxes for schools -. 



express, etc., $950,1 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



90.00 
10.00 



$ 515.61 
167.16 



t 2,086.50 

3.00 

1,901.54 

11.32 

71.83 

2,574.01 

4.06 

6,097.53 



$7,373.47 
11,406.89 
2,965.71 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

G. W. Stuart, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, .■)07,390 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

8.326 

Town lots, 1,263.— - 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, SS7 

Mules, 2,303 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 4,178 

Hogs, 3,694 _ 

Sheep, 254 

Goats. 283 

Dogs. 87 ..- -- 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 

and other veliicles 

Value office furnitiu-e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

-Automobiles, pleasiu"e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



38,620 
529.185 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc — 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables 

Cotton oil mills -- 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds ._. 

Bottling works -. 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



71.156 
196.765 



67,790 
16,591 



47,491 
2,462 
3,721 



16,214 
464,688 
28,139 



TolalValue.. Tax. 



91.40 
1,252.40 



65.00 
35.00 

165.00 
30.00 

135.00 
2.00 
10.00 
5.00 
80.00 
10.00 
65.00 
70.00 
25.00 
10.00 
90.00 



168.40 
465.67 



160.43 
39.27 



112.40 
5.83 
8.81 

302.51 
12.34 
38.37 
1,099.76 
66.60 



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125 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTi— CoNxmrED. 

STATE TAXES— condnuerf. 
Schedule C. 


$ 120,00 
42,58 


$ 162.58 












Total Schedule C 






Total Schedules B and C . 


$ 949 58 






SPECIAI. TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




S 1 4''fi .^S 




Polls 


276 .96 












Total taxes for pensions. 




1,703.54 


Total State taxes, general and pensions 




( 11,205.76 


SCHOOL T.IXES P.VTABLE TO COCXTY TBE.lSrRER. 

White polls, l.Ml 

Negro polls, 457 _ 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 


$ 2,776.50 
685,50 

' 802.12 

1,316.37 

94.02 

5,66 

1 27.85 

1 6,896.22 

236.73 








Value bank stock 
























12,329,71 
85,50 














tin, 703 .36 

877,04 

4,689,48 

5,010.47 


25,256.18 






COUNTY TAXES, 
































Total State, school, and county taxes 1 


$57,742.29 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



MOORE COUNTY. 
D. Al. Blde, Sheriff. 

Acres of land, 396,528 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

2,565- 


Valve. 

$2,636,969 
13,350 

21,445 
1,638,186 


TolalValue. 
$4,309,950 

1,775,615 


Tax. 

$ 6,240.83 
31 .60 

50,75 
3,877.04 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 6,397 










5 116,577 

199,057 

655 

81,832 

29,591 

1,365 

128 

40 

55,140 

65,122 
13,498 
7,794 

262,619 

8,363 

27,129 

418,711 

1,385 

58,164 

75 

428,370 


S 275 .90 

471.10 

1.53 

193 .67 

70.03 

3.23 

.30 

.09 

130.50 

154.12 
31.95 
18.45 

621 .53 
19.79 
64.21 

990.95 

3.28 

137 .65 

.17 

1,013.81 








Mules, 2,174 








Cattle, 5,266 




Hogs, 6,724 




Sheep, 1,149.. 




Goats, 124. 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
















Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelrj', goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 














4,202.28 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


$6,085,565 

Tax. 

t 20.00 
70.00 

205.00 
50.00 
40.00 
50.00 
74.00 
75.00 

340.50 

375.00 
30.00 

175.00 


$ 14,402.50 
83.72 


Schedule B. 




























Peddlers.. 
















Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 





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Document No. 5 



127 



Statement 1— Continued. 



MOORE COUNTi'— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Soda fountains 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail.. 



Total SchediJe B. 



Marriage licenses.- 

Subjects unlisted 

Delinquents for year 1914.. 
Arrears for insolvents 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



60.00 ( 
25.00 1 
110.00 



{ 133 .00 

296.23 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



. TAXES PAYABLE TO COrNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 1,00.5, @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 790, @ S1.50- 

Dogs, 1,018, @ $1 and 82.... .--- 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $305,835 

Peraonal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $151,916.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,635,547 

Value bank stock, $93,633... 

Value corporation excess, $73.229. __ 

Listed by white citizens, $6.805,846 

Listed by negro citizens, $279,719. 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXEB. 



County purpoBee... 
Bridges and roads.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county 



$ 2,434.23 
323.40 



$ 2,857.50 
1.185.00 
1,120.00 

611.67 

303.83 
3,271.1 

187.27 

146.46 
11.611.69 

559.44 
21.886.45 



$17,733.87 
22,886.56 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



NASH COUNTY. 

N. C. Warben, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXE 



Acres of laud, 327 
Town lots, 4,708-. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



7in.. 



Ho 

Mules, 4,665 

Jacks and jennets, 2.. 

Cattle, 4.636 

Hogs, 19,047 

Sheep, 307.. _ 

Goats, 390 

Dogs 



; 245,565 
458,097 



84,665 
66, 682 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand ' 

Solvent credits _. 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State.. 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, randy, whiskey, and all \ 
other propert y 



148,827 
33,579 
4,788 

539, 770 
12,299 

48,723 
1,116,776 

17,797 
97,166 



Total \'.Hluation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Scheihile B. 



Traveling theatrical companies... 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers.. 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling worls 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire. 
S oda fountains 



$ 9,881.50 
7,543.78 



$ 581.17 
1,084.16 



200.37 
1.57.81 



352.22 
79.47 
11.33 



29.11 
115.31 

,643.03 



Tax. 

210.00 
. 280.00 
50.00 
50.00 
60.00 

125.00 
5.00 
52.50 
90.00 

500.00 

120.00 
85.00 

220.00 



1917] 



DOCDMENT XO. 3 



129 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



I 








I 

NASH COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES— COIl/DlUfJ. 

Schedule B — continued. 
Stallions or jac-ks 


% 20.00 
73.00 








265.00 












Total Schedule B 


S 398.00 
32.51 


t 2,207.50 
430.51 




Schedtile C. 
Marriage licenses 


















Total Schedules B and C .. 


S 4,048.37 
726.72 


t 2,638.01 








S 31,031 35 






Polls 










t 5.665.50 
3,418.50 

1,435.23 

1,242.87 

2,461.93 

676.01 

187.86 

528.69 

18,746.82 

1,495.03 

25.246.15 

3.152.13 


4.775.09 








t 35,806.44 






SCHOOL TAXEB PATABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls. 3,777, @ $1.50 .. 




NcKro polls, 2,279, @ SI..5n_,. 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 




Persoual property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 




























Special taxes for schools 




Fines and penalties 










»29.796.19 
39,452.45 


64,256.72 






COr^-TT TAXES. 




Biidues and roads... 




















$169,311.80 






'J—Pxn II— Hue 









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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



NEW HANO^'ER COUNTY. 

S. P. Cowan, Sheriff. 

.ST.ITE TAXES. 


Value. 

$1,992,919 
9.795,000 


TotalValue. 
$11,787,919 

2,745,634 


Tax. 

$4,716.57 
23,181.50 

S 122 .55 

88.28 

.20 

45.91 

14.84 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 5,550 










% 51,781 

37,300 

85 

19,397 

6,269 

2 

56 

21,131 

28,679 
42,485 
3,428 

472,092 
20,247 
139,340 
476,714 

56,127 
127,571 
22,034 

1,220,896 


$ 27,898.07 


Horses, 740... 


Mules, 492 








Cattle, 836.. 




Hogs, 2,490 




Sheep, 2 




Goats, 51 


.13 
50.01 

67.87 

100.55 

8.11 

1,117.28 

47.92 

329.77 

1,128.22 

132 .83 
301 .93 
62.15 

2,889.45 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 








Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, pro\'isions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco. 












6, 498 .00 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


{14,533,553 

Tax. 
t 150.00 
641.00 
300.00 
795.00 
400.00 
250.00 
450.00 
75.00 
40.00 
190.00 
165.00 
200.00 
31.00 
239.75 
870.00 
1,300.00 
50.00 
18.00 
20.00 
600.00 
100.00 


$ 34.396.07 
5,244.98 


Schedule B. 
Theaters... 




















































Hotels 




Cotton oil mills 






J 




.1 




1 




1 




1 




1 



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Document No. 5 



131 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



NEW HAKOVER^^COUKTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 
Schedule B— continued. 


tl 1 

% 40.00 
670.00 
130.00 
265.00 
955.00 
68.20 


S 9,022.95 
1,341.40 




























Total Schedule B 


S 390.00 
951 .40 




Schedule C. 












Total Schedule C 










Total Sfhedulfs B and C 


J 5,813.42 
671.04 


$ 10,364.33 










SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls 










S 5,658.00 

2,730.00 

9.00 

3,414.43 

1,137.30 
1,828.91 
2,608.90 
848 .43 
5,239.45 

27,121.86 
1,945.24 

33,108.39 
3,O»7.00 


6,484 46 








$56,489.86 




White polls, 3.772, @ $1.50 




Negro polls, 1.S20, @ S1.50 




Dogs, 9. @ S1-... _. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,707,215 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $914,455 

Value bank stock. $1. 304,450., ._ 








Value corporation excess, $2.619,726 _ 

Listed by white citizens, $13,560,931 






















$44,558.62 
2,124.96 
22,072.26 
47,639.30 


88,696.91 






COUNTY TAXE8. 

County purposes 




Poor purpobcs 








Special taxes for countv purposes 








Total .uuntylnxc^ 















132 



Document ISTo. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 
H. L. JoTNEE, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 333,073 


Value. 

13,633,242 
51,675 
518,355 


Total Valve 
$4,203,272 

2,608,145 
16,811,417 

Tax. 

$ 40.00 
110.00 
40.00 
175.00 
2.00 
2.60 
40.00 
110.00 
20.00 
35.00 
170.00 


Tax. 

18,598.67 

122.30 

1,226.77 


Total Tax. 


Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 








Total valuation of real estate... 


$ 247,143 

290.746 

575 

82,340 

53,567 

1,527 

262 

328 

76,968 

99,459 
3,921 
6,585 

366,634 

3,609 

63,355 

809, 953 

8,313 

39,572 

312 

452,974 


$ 584.91 

688.10 

1.36 

194.87 

126.78 

3.61 

.62 

.78 

182.16 

235.39 
9.28 
15.58 

867.70 

8.64 

. 149.94 

1,916.89 

19.68 

93.66 

.74 

1,072.04 


i 9 947 74 


Horses, 3,069... 




Mules, 2,714 . 








Cattle, 6,677 




Hogs, 25,188 




Sheep, 838.... . 








Dogs, 28. 




Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixt\u*es 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
Value libraries and scientific instruments 








Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




.\utomobiles, pleasiire boats, bicycles, motorcycles,. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 










$ 744.50 


6,172.62 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


t 16,120.36 
43.00 


Schedule B. 




















Hotels --- 






























Total Schedule B 







1917] 



Document 'No. 5 



133 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



I 



NORTHAMPTON COUNTY— CoNTiNrED. 

STATE TAXES — COUtinUCd. 

Schedule C. 


1 

$ 222.00 
118.40 












$ 340 .40 




















t 2,724.57 
420.36 


$ 1,084 90 








$ 17,248.26 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls . 










1 2.491 Ml 










$ 20,393.19 




SCHOOL TAXES PATABLE TO COUNTY TKEA8UREH. 

White polls, 1,061, @ $1.50 




Negro polls, 1,S42, @ $1.50 _.- 


2,763.00 

3,569.21 

127.26 

1 85 .20 

11.984 -.■17 




Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,784,604 

Value bank stock, $63,629 




Value corporation excess, $42,600 








1,638.26 
7,802.52 










Total amount general and special school tax 




$15,975.72 
19,506.30 


30,461.52 
















Total county taxes 




35,482.02 




$ 86,336.73 







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Document No. 5 



[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ONSLOW COUNTY. 
T. B. Henderson. Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 401,666 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
.A.eres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

35,726 

Town lots, 540 



Total valuation of real estate 

Horses, 1.003 

Mules, 1.620.... 

Cattle, 5,839.-.. 

Hogs. 22.790 

Sheep, 3,192 

Goats, 863 

Dogs, 292 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furnitiu-e and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen fiu"niture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand _ 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar. brandy, whiskey, and all 
otherproperty , 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property 



257,828 
494,991 



96, 105 
186,095 
63, 155 
48,391 
3,292 
863 
1,863 



39,465 
3.786 
4,171 

232,135 
3.342 
31,920 

359,476 
28,218 
18,757 



$ 8,251.07 
2.25 



610.19 
1.171.48 



227 .44 

440.42 

149 .47 

114.53 

7.79 

2.04 

4,42 

96.61 

93.38 



549.39 
7.91 
75.54 

850.76 
66.78 
44.39 



Schedule B. 



Tax. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers. 

Livery stables 

Peddlers... 

Hotels 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

-Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



10.00 
90.00 

5.00 
20.00 
100.00 
10.00 
11.00 
25.00 
14.00 

1.60 
40.00 



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135 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ONSLOW COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — C07ttinU€d. 

Schedule B — continued. 
Soda fountains 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail _-- 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage licenses 

Total .'Schedule C 

Total .Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOB 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COCKTT TREASTTRER. 

While polls, 1,S52, @ $1.50.. 

Negro polls, 730. @ J1.50 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $241,473.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc. $1,343,851 

Value bank stock, $.30,113 _ 

Value corporation excess. $22,600 

Listed by white citizens, $5,416.149.. ._■ 

Listed by negro citizens, $252,991 

Special taxes for schools... 



$ 30.00 
10.00 
130.00 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and ( 



t 2,778.00 
1,095.00 

482.95 ' 

2,687.70 

60.22 

45.20 

10.832.30 

505 .98 

7,273.60 



$15,139.29 
22,462.91 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 
R. D. Bain, Sheriff. 

STATE T.^XEB. 



Acres of land, 242,399- 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-powe 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,632 ■. ._ 

Mules, 1,690.... , 

Jacks and jennets, 7 

Cattle, 5,S12 

Hogs, 5,855. 

Sheep, 643 

Goats, 200 

Dogs, 30 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, cart.s. 

and other vehicles. 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand _ 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasiu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Income tax 



$ 4,622.84 
1.41 



201,414 
126,368 
650 
92,052 
26,795 
1,248 



61,929 I 
2,047 
4,176 1 

168,996 
12,725 
29,791 

894,841 

28,350 
29,570 
1,478 



Schedule B. • 

Traveling theatrical companies 1 $ 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers - 

Hotels 

■Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor 



chicles for hire. 



50.00 
115.00 
30.00 
20.00 
40.00 
25.00 
10.00 
14.00 
25.00 
17.00 
30.00 
170.00 



476.68 


299.07 


1.54 


217.86 


63.41 


2.95 


.67 


1.42 


135 .05 


146.56 


4.84 



30.13 

70.50 

,117.78 



S 11,568.27 

mi 



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137 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ORANGE COUNTS'— CoNTiNTED. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B— continued. 


$ 130.00 
60.00 
55.00 
195.00 


$ 986.00 
116.00 




















Total Schedule B. 


S 116.00 




Schedule C. 








Total Schedule C 










Total Schedules B and C 


$ 1,955.20 
318.12 










$ 13,434.86 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 


Polls- 










$ 3,503.03 

1,242.26 

728.50 

1,804.94 

173 .74 

3,596.23 

288.58 

58.92 

12,547.09 

976.39 

5,159.46 








Total State taxes, general and pensions 


S 15,708.18 


White polls, 1.957, (» J1.79 

Negro polls, 694, @, J1.79 




Dogs, 1,437, ® $1 _ _.. 

mission, including real property of banks, $652,390- 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $62,800 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,299,845 

Value bank stock, $104.307 . 




Value corporation excess, $21,298. 




Listed by white citizens, $4,535,096 




Listed by negro citizens, $352,913. 














$14,202.75 
27,301.68 


30,079 14 






COt;.STT TAXES. 

County purposes 1 


















Total State, school, and county taxes 


$ 87,291 .75 



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Statembni 1 — Continued. 



PAMLICO COUNTY. 
E. S. LoPTON, Sheriff. 



Value. TotalValue. 



Tax. Total Tax 



Acres of land, 175,194 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power properties, 

3,848... 

Town lots, 654 



$1,244,035 
10,500 



$ 2,944.21 
24.85 



20.74 
446.10 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 924 ._. 

Mules, 821... 

Jacks and jennets, 1. 

Cattle, 3,167 

Hogs, 8,710 

Sheep, 654 

Goats, 116 



62,770 
61,039 



32,506 
16,034 



148 .55 
144 .45 
.12 
76.93 
37.94 
1.57 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages harness, buggies, wagons, carts, , 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms... 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar. brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 

Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property 

Schedule B. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc... 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers... 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



74,231 
1,273 
7,830 

90,530 
4,257 

17,604 



$1,958,384 

Tax. 

50.00 
15.00 
30.00 
25.00 

5.00 
40.00 

3.00 
10.50 
25.00 
20.00 
10.00 
10.00 
125.00 



175.68 
3.01 
18.55 

214.25 
10.07 
41.66 



Total .Schedule B. 



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Document I^o. 5 



139 



Statement 1 — Continued, 



PAMLICO COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXEB — continued. 

Schedule C. 



ilarriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX ] 



Property. 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



fABLE TO COUNTY TREASUB 



White polls, 958, @ Sl.oO... 

Negro polls. 429, @ $1.50 

Dogs, 376. @ $1. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $44,864 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $13,090.. _ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $238,645 

Value bank stock, $22.879 

Value corporation excess, S12.702 

Listed by white citizens. $1,789,268 

Listed by negro citizens, $169,125 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purpose; 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 







i 


438 .50 


$ 


5,073.29 


$ 


783 .35 
166.44 










949.79 



t 1,437.00 
643 .50 
376.00 

89.72 

26.18 
477.29 
45.75 
25.40 
3,578.53 
338 .25 
10,423.70 
133.00 



5,051.92 
1,457.09 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



PASQUOTANK COUNTY. 

Charles Reid, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXE 



Acres of land, 133,973- 
Town lots, 3,142. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Mules, 737... ■- 

Jacks and jennets, 2 

Cattle, 4,791.. 

Hogs, 12,288 

Sheep, 2,218... 

Goats, 390 

Dogs, 50 : 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures , 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles, , 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merqhandise, cotton, tobacco. 
tLU"pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Marine railways 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels... 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 



$1,726,916 
1,900,568 



142,937 
49,445 
300 
51,738 
20,420 
2,494 



43,983 
7,725 
3,641 

191,562 

6,495 

22,910 

515,018 

12,605 
42, 624 
11,445 



Tax. 

140.00 
75.00 

240.00 
60.00 
45.00 
60.00 
25.00 
15.00 

105.00 
18.60 
25.00 
IS .00 
20.00 

350.00 
7.60 
10.00 



S 4,087.04 
4,498.00 



338.28 
117.02 
.71 
122.45 
48.33 j 
6.91 



104.09 I 
18.28 ' 
8.62 

453.36 

15.38 

54.22 

1,218.87 

29.83 
100 .88 
27.09 



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Document No. 5 



141 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



PASQUOTANK COUNTY— Continted. 

STATE TAXES — COflttnUfd. 

Sc)ie<lule B—conlinued. 

Bottling work s 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Public ferries and bridges. 



Total Schedule B. 



210.00 
130.00 I 
105.00 
70.00 
75.00 
205.00 
19.76 



Srhedule C. 
age licenses... , t 394.00 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOn PENSIONS. 



Property 
Polls 



t 2,053.24 
276.84 



Total tases for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensioDS-. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY ' 

White polls. 1,421. @ J1.50 

Negro polls, S86, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $342.909 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .^tate Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks. $398.100.. 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $299.045 

Value bank stock. $214.547 

Value corporation excess. $48.942 

Listed by white citizens. $4.728.558 

Listed by negro citizens, $404,553 

Special taxes for schools _.. 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



1 2,131.50 
1,329.00 

685.82 

796.20 
598.09 
429.09 
97.88 
9,457.12 
809.10 
729.57 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Spc^-ial taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$14,272.06 
12.831.76 
6,636.70 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



PENDER COUNTY. 
W. R. Atkinson, Sheriflf. 



Acres of land, 305,675— 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towns 
Town lots, 803. 



Total valuation of real estate 



Horses, 875 

Mules. 1,631 _.. 

Jacks and jennets, 14 

Cattle, 3,215 

Hogs. 16,372 

Sheep, 1,534 

Goats, 435 

Dogs, 992 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, 

and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu^, musical in- 
struments, proWsions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand... _ 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

.Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 



Total valuatii 



al and personal property. 
Schedule B. 



Value. TotalValue. 



$1,935,365 
108,450 
236.305 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Side-shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers.. 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Newspaper contests 

.Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains. 



55,546 
138,508 



38.679 
29.022 



2,445 
37.519 

41,555 
2.506 
2,736 

133,560 

2.291 

65.875 

269.637 

1,092 
13,293 



$ 4,580.36 
256.66 
559 .26 



131.46 

327.80 

1.23 

91 .64 



$3,350,5.36 

Tax. 

% 10.00 
35.00 
70.00 
10.00 
S.OO 
25.00 
50.00 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
5.50 
3.00 
10.00 
70.00 
15.00 



3.84 I 
1.40 1 
5.79 I 



98.35 I 
5.93 
6.48 

316.09 

5.42 

155.90 

638.14 

2.58 
31.46 
23.30 



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Document 'No. 5 



143 



State!ment 1 — Continued. 



PENDER COUNTV— CoNTiNrED. 

STATE TAXES — conlinued. 

Schedule B — coiitin ued. 

i^tallioctE or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B .._. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses. 

Total Schedule C _. 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes _.. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ _ 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions _ 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTT TREASCRER. 

White poUs, 1,244, @ 11.50 

Negro polls. 1,026, @ J1.50 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephcne. express, etc., $2,271,385 

Value bank stock, 534,509 

Value corporation excess, $700 

Listed by white citizens, $2,981,810 

Listed by negro citizens, $368,643 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COtrNTT TAXES. 

County purposes _ _, 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for coujity purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



10.00 
50.00 
30.00 
125.00 



$ 1,340.21 
272 .40 



( 1,866.00 
1,539.00 
4,542.77 



737.29 
6,338.05 



6,338.05 
4,633.1 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



PERQUIMANS COUNTY. 
B. F. Bray, Sheriff, 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of lanrl. 144,914... 

Manufacturing properties outside incorporated towr 

Mineral, quarry, and water-power properties 

Town lots, 695 



{1,454,189 

1,365 

12,768 

446,021 



Total valuation of real estate. 



Horses, 1,664 

Mules, 1,032 

Jacks and jennets, 2 

Cattle, 4,266 _ 

Hogs, 43.510 

Sheep, 1.542.. 

Goats, 379 

Dogs. 32 __ 

Value farming utensils.. 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts. 

and other vehicles. 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawj-ers, physicians, etc 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers. _ 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains 



106,675 
83,346 
165 
41,443 
26,205 
2,137 



2,133 

148,061 
2,496 
18,704 
402,092 
17,016 
6,283 



$ 3,441.58 

3.23 

30.19 

1,055.59 



252 .46 
197,26 



Tax. 

55.00 
55,00 
26,00 
25.00 
5.00 
9.00 
4.50 
100,00 
100,00 
4,50 
15.00 
55,00 



62,02 
5.06 



44,27 
951 ,62 



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145 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



PERQUIMANS COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks. 
Cigarette dealers, retail _._ - 



Total Schedule B, 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C.... 

Total Schedules B and C 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX ] 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAT ABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 891, @ $1.50. 

Negro polls, 811, @ JI.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $86,772 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $79,055 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $274,144 

Value bank stock. S44,«14 

Value corporation excess, S44,5S2 , 

Listed by white citizens, $2.56C,513 

Listed by negro citizens, $374,838 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

' County purposes.. 

I Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 20.00 
40.00 



S 1,176.54 
204.24 



S 1,336.50 
1,216.50 

173.54 

158.11 

548.28 

89.63 

89.17 

5,133.03 

749.68. 

494.85 



$ 7,546.62 
11,943.95 
1,990.65 



10— Part 11—1916 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



PERSON COUNTY. 



N. S. Thompson, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES- 



Acres of land, 245,^ 
Town lots, 456 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2641 

Mules, 1,919 _ 

Jacks and jennets 

Cattle, 4,009 

Hogs, 6,051 

Sheep, 372 

Goats, 54 

Dogs, 35 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office fiu-niture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnit\u"e, musical 

struments, pro\'isions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits- 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

tiu-pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax.* 



$1,934,093 
494,582 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies __. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables , 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 



233,355 
178,911 



72,020 
28,431 



76,505 
5,694 
2,589 

159,769 

8,300 

16,140 

445,270 

1,120 
32,020 



i 4,577.35 
1,170.51 



552 .27 
423 .42 



Tax. 
20.00 

100.00 
5.00 
35.00 
25.00 
10.00 
8.00 
15.00 
75.00 
30.00 
15.00 
60.00 
20.00 
60.00 

105.00 



170.44 
67.28 
1.56 



181.06 
13.47 
6.13 

378.12 

19.64 

38.20 

1,053.81 

2.65 
75.78 



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Document No. 5 



147 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



PERSON COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXE9 — continued. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses.. 
Double tax 



Total Schedule C. 

Total .Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions-. 



BCHOOL TAXES FATABLE TO COUNTT TREASURER. 



White polls, 1,584, @ $1.50.. 

Indian polls, 21, @ SI .50 

Negro polls, 915, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, includine real property of banl^s, $203,470 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Taj 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $17,300 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc. ,$609, 694 

Value bank stock, $74..398.- 

Value corporation excess, $1,725 

Listed by white citizens, $3,584,506 

Listed by Indian citizens. $5,253 

Listed by negro citizens, $333,160 . _ 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 175.00 
144.52 



S 2,376.00 

31.50 

1,372.50 

416.94 

34.60 

1,219.: 

148.79 

3.45 

7,169.01 

10.50 

666 .32 

2.236.20 



$10,450.97 
8,085.69 
9,637.76 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



PITT COUNTY. 

Joseph M. McLawhorn, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 393,476 

Acres of Manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 
rated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power, 3671 --. 

Town lots, 3,357 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 3,868 _. _ 

Mules, 4,365 _ 

Jacks and jennets, 1 

Cattle, 7,333 

Hogs. 34.935 

Sheep, 799 

Goats, 956 

Dogs, 2,700 _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture, and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms., . 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property. 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies... 

Circus or menagerie 

Law>-ers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents .-. 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers t 

Horse dealers __ 

Bicycle dealers _ 

Peddlers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Slot machines with fixed returns. 




148,783 
26,852 
5,690 

624,605 
7,455 

123,592 
1,648,812 

118,441 
2,409 



ToialValue. 


Tax. 


Total Tax. 




$10,660.09 






30.98 






111.69 




$7,197,876 


6,232.21 






$ 17,034.97 




$ 746.79 






981 .07 






.18 






228.85 






178.02 






2.76 






2.19 




130.60 






.352.12 






63.55 






13.47 






1,478.23 






17.64 






292.50 






3,902.19 






280.31 






5.70 




4,918,101 


2,963.34 






11,639.51 


$12,115,977 




$28,674.41 


Tax. 






t 130.00 






120.00 






35.00 






300.00 






50.00 






45.00 






90.00 






100.00 






10.00 






75.00 






50.00 






54.00 






40.00 






700.00 






9.00 







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Statement 1 — Continued. 



PITT COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continucd. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works _ 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallion or jack 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Double tax 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL T-VX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 3,538, @ $1.53J 

Negro polls, 2,858, @ tl.53j.... 

Does, 2,700 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $2,386,017 

Value bank stock, $372,230 ... 

Value building and loan association stock, $59,245 

Value corporation excess, $152,325 

Listed by white citizens, $11.326,580 

listed by negro citizens, $789,397 -.. 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



180.00 
90.00 

277 .50 
40.00 

125.00 

680.00 



$ 436.00 
418.10 



$ 4,846.39 
767.52 



$ 5,424.93 

4,382.27 

2,700.00 

4,772.03 

744 .46 

118.49 

304.65 

22,653.16 

1,578.79 



$34,524.58 
45,257.38 
15,085.79 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



POLK COUNTY. 
A. L. Hill, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 145,731. 
Town lots, 651- _. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 465 

Mules, 1,136 

Jacks and jennets, 13.. 

Cattle, 3,100 - 

Hogs, 2,421 



Sheep, 120- -- 

Goats, 16 

Dogs, 42... 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 
other vehicles 

Value office furniture, and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical 

struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 
Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property. 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 



$1,040,930 
596,772 



Theaters. ?- 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Heal estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers.. ._ 

Livery stables 

Itinerant salesmen — 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowUng alleys, etc 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Malt dealers 

Soda fountains 

StalUons or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B... 



29,727 
82,766 



42,537 
11,198 



9,023 
74,350 



84,900 
6,4S5 



$2,463.53 
1,412 



70.35 
195 .87 



Tax. 

10.00 
80.00 
40.00 
5.00 
10.00 
28.00 

100.00 
61.75 

100.00 
25.00 
10.00 
20.00 
10.00 
25.00 
35.00 



100.67 
26.50 



49.28 
11.83 



21.35 
175.96 



200.93 
15.35 



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Statement 1 — Continued, 



POLK COUNTY— CoN-TixTTED. 

STATE TAXES — COntiltUcd. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses. 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes.. 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property.. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and i>ension8.. 



SCHOOL. TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER, 



V^Tiite polls. 992, @ S1.50 

Negro polls. 175, @ $1.50 

Real Estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $11,180 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $248,312, 

Value bank stock, $.33.130 

Value corporation excess, ^.300 

Listed by wliite citizens. $2,078.324 

Listed by negro citizens, $74,039 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 





860.95 
140.04 


$ 


629 .75 


$ 


$ 


5,723.63 






1,000.99 




$ 


6,724.67 



$ 1,4S8.00 
265 .50 

23.60 
496.62 
66.26 



$ 4,653.64 
3,313.95 
14,637.38 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



RANDOLPHCOUNTY. 
J. W. BiRKHEAD, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 475,260 


Value. 

$3,386,998 

3,889 
1,155,566 


TotalValue. 
$4,546,453 

2.586,764 


Tax. - 

$8,015.89 

9.20 
2,734.85 


Total Tax. 


Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 




Town lots, 1,883 










$ 275,809 

320,699 

1,766 

153,795 

36,300 

2,312 

258 

2,245 

90,796 

91,336 
3,249 
9,197 

210,545 

6,033 

196,463 

849,234 

300 
55,420 
2,532 

278,475 


S 652 .75 

758.99 

4.18 

363 .99 

85.91 

5.47 

.60 

5.32 

214.88 

216,16 
7.68 
21.76 

498 .29 

14.28 

464.97 

2,009.85 

.71 

131.16 

6.01 

659.06 


% 10,759.94 




Mules, 4,157 








Cattle, 10,252 




Hogs, 9,799.... 




Sheep, 1,817.. 








Dogs, 322 








\ alue carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture, and warehouse fixtures 




\alue household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms .... 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, poods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 














6,122.03 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$7,133,217 

Tax. 

$ 15.00 
35.00 

200.00 
10.00 
25.00 
75.00 

100.00 
15.00 
35.00 
25,50 

120.00 
20.00 

175.00 


S 16,881.96 
326.52 


Schedule B. 


— 


































Hotels.. 












Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 





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Statement 1 — Continued. 



RANDOLPH COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains- _ 

Stallions or jacks .._ 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks.. 
Cigarette dealers, retail 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage licenses- 
Double 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PE: 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions. 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



S'ABLE TO COtJNTT TREASURER. 



White polls. 4,133. @ 81.50 

Negro polls. 417. @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com 

mission, including real property of banks, $860,083 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Ta: 

Commission.includingpersonalproperty of banks, $272. 501. __ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $943 "^16 

Value bank stock, $143.657 ., 

Value building and loan association stock, $14,631 

Value corporation excess, $21,707 

Listed by white citizens, $6,948.535 

Listed by negro citizens, $184,682 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXB8. 

County purposes , 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



100.00 
120.00 
235.00 
20.00 
115.00 



222.00 
27 .43 



:,853.29 
546.00 



$ 6.199.50 
625 .50 




$20,036.78 
14,084.27 
5,448.! 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



RICHMOND COUNTY. 



H. D. Baldwin, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 274,i 
Town lots, 2,871— 



Total valuation of real estate. 



Horses, 896 

Mules, 2,313 

Jacks and jennets, 2 

Cattle, 3,646 _ 

Hogs, 4,523— 

Sheep, 124 

Goats, 119 _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand ' 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



$1,765,283 
1,502,559 



Schedule B, 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc.- 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc... 

Gift enterprises 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bottling works 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hir 

Malt dealers 

Newsdealers 



53,739 
160,328 



52,256 
16,373 



37,206 
5,243 
3,734 

150,831 
5,352 



Tax. 
15.00 

110.00 
60.00 

245.00 
30.00 
35.00 
60.00 
25.00 
10.00 
46.00 
64.50 

175.00 

100,00 
12.00 

150.00 
10.00 

205.00 
20.00 

200.00 



$ 4,177.1 
3,556.05 



127 .18 
379.44 



123 .67 
38.75 



8.83 

356.98 
12.67 
76.17 

651 .05 

2.24 
111.51 



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155 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



RICHMOND COUNTY— CoNTiNCED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued, 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains 

StaUioDS or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other firework; 
Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B.___; 

Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses _. 

Double tax 

Total .Schedule C... 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTy ' 

White polls, 2,309, @ 81.50 

Negro polls, 1,312, @ $1.50 

Dogs. 1,020, $0.50... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,523,123 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $938,350 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,674,606 

Value bank stock, $268,228 

Value building and loan association stock, $30,071 

Value corporation excess. $54,870 

Listed by white citizens. $4.086,663 

Listed by negro citizens, $314,558 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 

Total amount general and special school lax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total Stat«, school, and county taxes 



195.00 
20.00 

100.00 
20.00 

300.00 



231.00 
225.67 



1.760.49 
434 .52 



$ 3,463.50 

1,968.00 

510.00 

3,046.24 

1,876.70 

3,349.21 

536.46 

60.14 

109.74 

8,173.32 

629.12 

15,265.22 

987.00 



$19,538.87 
33,765.90 
8,890.47 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



ROBESON COUNTY. 
R. E. Lewis, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 507,256 

Acres of Manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 
rated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power, 1,950 

Town lots, 4,098 

Total valuation of real estate 



17,050 
1,249,240 



Horses, 1,842 

Mules, 6,805 - 

Jacks and jennets, 7 

Cattle, 4,133 

Hogs, 24,220 

Sheep, 207-— 

Goats, 195 - - - 

Dogs, 195 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits - 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other whiskey 



In 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
2ome tax — 



. Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coaldealers ; 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

I Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels- 

Cotton oil mill ._ 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys. 

Slot machines with fixed returns. 

Bottling works 



144,070 
575,767 



77,171 
71,481 



2,020 
99,814 

142,013 
11,956 
9,184 

541,353 
16,167 
33,867 

581,931 

164 



Tax. 
25.00 
10.00 
230.00 
475.00 
130.00 
55.00 
135 .Od 
375.00 
45.00 
40.00 
10.00 
48.00 
160.00 
50.00 
6.00 
180.00 



1.82 

40.35 

5,323.20 



340.97 

1,362.65 

1.12 

182.64 

169.17 

.79 

.70 

4.78 

236.23 

336.10 
28.30 
21.74 



80.15 
1,377.24 



155 .23 
1.19 



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157 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ROBESON COUNTY— CoNTiKtJED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Newspaper contest 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks - 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks 
Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

Scheilule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Subjects unlisted 

Total Schedule C 

Total .Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

PolU J... 

Total taxes for pensions. 

Total .State taxes, general and pensions 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 3,864, @ JI.31 

Indian polls, 1,126, @ $1.31 

Negro polls, 2,810, fe tl.31 , 

Dogs, 195, @ $1.00 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Ci 

mission, including real property of banks, $979,981 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $1,362,724 
Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $4,222,835... 

Value bank stock, $474,098. 

Value building and loan association stock, $52,243 

Value corporation excess, $249,202 

Listed by white citizens, $9,559,754 

Listed by Indian citizens, $523,020 

Listed by negro citizens, $784,186 

Special taxes for schools. 

Total amount general and special school tax _ 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes , 

Bridges and roads... 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



10.00 
235.00 
295.00 

50.00 
175.00 

40.00 
245.00 



407.00 
117.50 



$4,346.78 
936.00 



$ 5,061.84 

1,475.06 

3,681.10 

195.00 

1,959 

2,725.45 

8,445.67 

948.20 

104 .49 

498 .40 

19,119.51 

1.046.04 

1,568.37 

36,589.26 



$40,550.28 
38,236.89 
9, 104 .02 



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Statement 1— 


-Continued. 






ROCKINGHAM COUNTY. 
F. B. Kemp, Sheriff. 


Value. 

$3,166,544 

228, 153 
2,037,250 


TotalYalue 
$5,431,947 

3,384.068 


Tax. 

$ 7,494.15 

539.96 
4,821.49 


Total Tax. 


Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 




Town lots, 2,142 










S 239,724 

270,802 

975 

152,246 

46,539 

2,139 

160 

678 

72,451 

108,352 
47,391 
12,757 

340, 154 
12,615 
75,868 

943,452 

24,700 

70,624 

5 

962,436 


$ 567 .35 

640.90 
2.31 

360.31 

110.14 

5.06 

.38 

1.60 

171 ,47 

256.43 
112.16 
30.19 

805 .03 

29.86 

179.55 

2,232.84 

58.46 

167.14 

.01 

2,277.77 


i 12,855.60 


Horses, 2,951 


Mules, 2,964. 








Cattle. 7,751 




Hogs, 8,103 




Sheep, 860 




Goats, 67. 




Dogs, 25 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 




Money on hand.... 








Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State.. 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry,' goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco. 














8,008.96 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Inconetax.. 


$8,816,015 

Tax. 

$ 165 .00 

225.00 
50.00 
395.00 
80.00 
105.00 
140.00 
50.00 
145.00 
10.00 
17.00 
26.00 
475.00 
300.00 
165.00 


$ 20,864.56 


Schedule B. 








Sideshows.. 












Coal dealers 




Undertakers.. 




















Hotels 












Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire _. 





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159 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ROCKIXGH.\M COUN-n'— CoxTl.NtJE 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail-. 



Marriage licenses. 
Delinquents for j 



Total Schedule B , 

Schedule C. 

1914 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes... 



: FOR PENSIONS 



Property. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COrXT 



White polls, 4, 192 

Indian polls, 16... 

Negro polls, 1,223 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,416,105 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $840,058 — 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,702,779 

Value bank stock, $281,856 

Value building and loan association stock, $30,779... 

Value corporation excess, $88,978 

Listetl by white citizens, $8,.371,592 

Listed by Indian citizens, $5,719. , 

Listed by negro citizens. $438,704 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties . 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



County purposes. 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for bonds.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



Total county taxes , 

Total .State, ecbool, and county taxes.. 



265.00 
50.00 
205.00 
395.00 



383.00 
74.61 



$ 3,526.40 
651.72 



$ 6,916.80 

26.40 

2,017.95 

3,398.65 

2,016.14 

4.086.67 

676.45 

73.87 

213.54 

20,091.82 

13.73 

1,052.89 

26,050.00 

2,219.74 



$26,059.71 
5,270.63 
31,623.76 
l,317.i 



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Statement 1 — Continued, 



ROWAN COUNTY. 

J. H. Krider, Sheriff. 

C. M. Barger, Tax Collector. 



Acres of land, 307,119 ._ 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 

rat ed t owns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power, 854 

Town lots, 7.733 



Total valuation of real estate 

Horses, 4,921 

Mules, 2,971.. 

Jacks and jennets, 22 

Cattle. 10.586 

Hogs, 9,475 , 

Sheep. 543 

Goats. 480- 

Dogs, 63 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics... , 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical In- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasiu"e boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, boods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie.. 

Lawyers, physicians, etc. 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Bicycle dealers. 

Commission merchants and brokers.. 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Hotels 



Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire,. 



$3,493,075 




$ 8,266.96 


5,115 




12.10 


28,027 




66.33 


4,922,949 


$8,449,166 


11,650.97 






$ 317,468 




% 751 .34 


186,263 




440.82 


1,465 




3.47 


160,035 




378.75 


43,115 




102.04 


972 




2.30 


546 




1.29 


767 




1.82 


94,965 




224 .75 


117,013 




276.93 


13,539 




32.04 


9,780 




23.15 


395,375 




935 .72 


17,483 




41.37 


40,509 




95.87 


985,218 




2,331.68 


107,526 




254 .48 



Tax. 

99.00 
335.00 
405.00 
75.00 
60.00 
105.00 
25.00 
10.00 
300.00 
34.60 
55.00 
40.00 
275.00 
270.00 
100.00 



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161 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



ROWAN" COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — corUinued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks. 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Emigrant agents 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage Ucenses 

Total Schedule C _._. 

Total Schedule B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL T-Ut FOR PENSIONS. 

Property _ 

PoIU 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtTNTT TREASURER. 

White polls, 5,275, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 1,209, @ $1.50. .__ 

Dogs, 1,937, @ Sl.OO and $2.00— 

Real estate Usted by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $1,497,189 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $550,790 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc. $2,846.700 

Value bank stock. $411.910 

Value building and loan association stock, $77,0(M 

Value corporation excess, $126,637... 

Listed by white citizens, $10,888,156.... 

Listed by negro citizens, $-500,578 

Special taxes for schools _ 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridjtes and roads 

8p<fial taxes for county purposes _. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school and county taxes 

ll-Pnrt 11-1917 



295.00 
90.00 
87.50 
20.00 
415.00 
100.00 



1 4,555.48 
778 .08 



t 7,912.50 
1,813.50 
2,166.00 

2,994.37 

1,101.58 

5.693.40 

823.81 

154 .01 

253.28 

21,776.31 

1.001.16 

19.502.28 



$34,685.25 
1,056.00 
42,247.41 
43,765.33 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



RUTHERFORD COUNTY. 
C. E. Tanner, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 321,870. 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo' 

rated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-po-ner, 10,630 

Town lots, 1,474 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,478 ._. 

Mules, 3,6.36 

Jacks and jennets, 5 

Cattle, 8,489 

Hogs, 6,324 

Sheep. 178 

Goats, 28 

Dogs, 181 _._ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office fiu-niture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furnitiu-e, musical 

struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Travelingtintypists 

Real estate agents 

Collecting agencies 

Horse dealers ■ 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 



,630,477 

4,735 

8,600 

625,244 



96, 194 
258,551 



127,328 
31,322 



66,374 
3,425 
5,787 

224,349 
10.258 
39,520 

423.349 

1.567 
44,086 



Tax. 

7.50 

145.00 

280.00 

20.00 

50.00 

105 .QO 

125.00 

5.00 

58.00 

525.00 

60.00 

27.50 

8.00 



11.21 
20.35 
1,479.' 



227.66 
611.90 



301 .34 
74.14 



157 .09 
S.ll 
13.70 

530 .96 

24.28 

93.53 

1,001.93 



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163 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



RUTHERFORD COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works _ --- 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail- 

Total Schedule B 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses ■ 

Total Schedule C .._ ._ 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property --. 

PolU - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREAflUBER. 

White polls, 3,477, @ $1.50 , 

Negro polls, 442, @ $1.50 ._ 

Dogs, 25, $3.00 : 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Co 

mission, including real property of banks, $963,191 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $274,603,.. 
Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,497,202. 

Value bank stock, $142,489 

Value building and loan association stock, $27,076 

Value corporation excess, $261,415 

Listed by white citizens, $4,698,729... 

Listed by negro citizens. $162,665 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes... 

Special taxes for county purposes -. 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



90.00 
390.00 
95.00 
40.00 
65.00 
215 .00 



S 1,944.55 
470.28 



$ 4,215.50 
663.00 
75.00 

1,926.38 

549.21 
2,994.40 

284.98 
54.15 

522.83 
9,397.46 

325 .33 

920.31 



$16,270.50 
40,485.42 



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Statement 1— 


-Continued. 






SAMPSON COUNTY. 
I. T. McLamb, Sherifif. 

STATE TAXES. 


Value. 

$3,864,424 

51,228 
126,255 
684,328 


TotalValue 
S4, 726, 235 

2,428,974 


Tax. 

S 9,145.80 

121 .24 

29S .SO 

1,619.58 


Total Tax. 


Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 








Town lots, 1.712... . 








Total valuation of real estate... 


S 136,573 

491,396 

375 

97,992 

72,498 

947 

737 

1,809 

103,486 

133,809 
6,. 540 
4,385 

375,659 

3,354 

37,820 

597,671 

3,526 

25,753 

53 

334,589 


5 323.23 

1,162.97 

.89 

231 .91 

171 .58 

2.24 

1.74 

4.28 

244.92 

316.68 
15.48 
10.38 

889.06 

7.94 

89.51 

1,414.48 

8.34 

60.95 

.13 

791 .86 


5 11,185.42 


Horses, 1,764... 


Mules, 5,148 








Cattle, 8,011 




Hogs, 38,395 ... . 




Sheep, 873. 




Goats, 1,159-. . 




Dogs, 359... 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasvire boats, bicycles, motorcycles. . 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 














5,748.57 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


$7,155,209 

Tax. 

t 15.00 

195.00 

60.00 

5.00 

35.00 

175.00 

20.00 

10.00 

5.00 

19.00 

3.00 

30.00 

70.00 


$ 16,933.99 
2.02 


Schedule B. 
Theaters 




































Hotels 












Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire _ 





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165 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SAMPSON- COrXTY— CoxTlxrED. 
STATE TAXES — continued. 
Schedule B — continued. 


$ 85.00 
30.00 
120.00 
175 .00 


$ 1,052.00 
983 .44 




















Total Schedule B.... 


$ 281 .00 

707.44 




Schedule C. 
























$2,862.03 
619.68 


5 2,040.44 








% 18,976.45 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIOMS. 




Polls .- 










J 5,428.50 

30.00 

2,287.50 

108 .87 

46.29 

3,509.97 

138 .93 

24.35 

13,264.26 

22.37 

1,023.79 

10.541.06 


3,481.76 








$ 22,458 .21 






SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls. 3,019, @ SI .50 




Incliau polls, 20, @ $1.50 












Commission, including personal property of banks, S23,145 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,754,986 

Value bank stock, 569,467 






























$21,139.67 
10,790.20 


36,425.87 






COUNTY TAXES. 
















31,929.87 








t 90,813.95 







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Statement 1 — Continued. 



SCOTLAND COUNTY. 
C. E. MnsE, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 185,1 
Town lots, 979 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 761 ___ 

Mules, 2,423_. 

Jacks and jennets, 3.. 

Cattle, 1,538 

Hogs, 4,586 

Sheep, 30 

Goats, 55 



Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value hbraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand - 

Solvent credits , 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasm-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles,. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and al 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Theaters -- 

TraveUng theatrical companies. -- 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers — 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels- 

Cotton oil mill .._ _ 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Botthng works -- 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 



$2,239,865 
653,084 



60,559 
222,017 



30,370 
18,321 



141,649 
4,732 



S 5,301.01 
1,545.63 



143 .32 
525 .44 



Tax. 

7.50 
80.00 
145.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
50.00 
10.00 
10.00 

9.00 
100.00 
17.50 
60.00 
50.00 
60.00 
60.00 
80.00 



71.87 
43.36 



116.13 
12.51 
19.41 

335 .24 
11.20 
48.51 

,260.43 



.06 



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167 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SCOTLAND COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Dealers Id pistols.. 

Dealers in cap pistole, firecrackers or other fireworks. 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B.... 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C... _ 

Total general taxes ,.. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions. 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES P.^Y.\BLE TO COC.N'TY TRE.^SURER. 

White polls, 1.151. @ S1.50 

Indian polls, 53, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 1,446, @ $1.50 ... 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com 

mission, including real property of banks, S674,937 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Ta 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $189, 361. __ 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,115,518 

Value bank stock , $151,438 

Value corporation excess, $149,267. 

Listed by white citizens, $4,000,654 

Listed by Indian citizens, $6,561 

lasted by negro citizens, $306,992. 

Special taxes for school 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES . 

County purposes ., 

Special taxes for bonds 

Special taxes for roads 

Total county taxes .. 

Total State, school, and county taxes 



50.00 
10.00 
135.00 



$ 1,725.68 
318.00 



1 1,726.50 

79.50 

2,169.00 



378.72 


2,231.04 


302 .88 


298.54 


8,001.30 


13.12 


613 .98 


7,090.23 



(14.913.46 

2,637.89 
23,177.73 



40.729.08 
$ 78,544.13 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



STANLY COUNTY. 



G. D. Blalock, Sheriff. 



ST.VTE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 246,839 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power, 40. 
Town lots, 2,406 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,259 

Mules, 2,871 .'.... 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 7,131 

Hogs, 6,277 

Sheep, 155 

Goats, 219 

Dogs, 149 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value oflBce furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawj'ers. physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Livery stables... 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Bottling works... 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 



170,015 
227,096 



■97,769 
30, 793 



8,125 

218,213 

6,142 

42,241 

581,819 

975 



Tax. 

35.00 
25.00 
185.00 
10.00 
15.00 
45.00 
24.00 
27.00 
10.00 
60.00 
45.00 
85.00 
70.00 



S 4,941.25 

1.78 

2,153.12 



402 .37 

537.46 

1.05 

231 .39 

72.87 

.43 

..55 

2.96 

177.13 

192 .31 
18.21 
19.23 

516.44 

14.53 

99.97 

1,376.97 

2.31 
85.05 



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169 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



STANLY COUNTY— CoNTixuED. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Dealers in pistols ..- 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks., 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Public ferries, bridges _ 



Total Schedule B.. 



Marriage lice 
Double tax.. 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property. 
PoUa 



Total taxes for pensions... 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



$ 75.00 

10.00 

165.00 

4.18 



169.00 
148.19 



: TO COrXTT TRE.\SrRER 



White poUs, 2.984 

Negro polls, 259 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, S647,716 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $244,141 
VaUie railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc. ,51,053,453.., 

Value bank stock. $48.061 

Value building and loan association stock. $45,700 

Value corporation excess, $56,461 

Listed by white citizens, $4,727,530. 

Listed by negro citizens. $103,924 

Special taxes for schools _ __ 

Fines and penalties. _, 



Total amount general and special school tax 



COUNTT TAXES. 



County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes. 



Total county taxesJ 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 1,932.58 
389.16 



$ 4,476.00 
388.50 



488.28 


2,106.90 


96.12 


91.40 


112.92 


9.455.06 


207.85 


4,121,09 


1,368.95 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



STOKES COUNTY. 
W. C. Slate. Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 274,212.. 
Town lots. 624 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 1,701 

Mules, 3.332__ 

Jacks and jennets, 6 

Cattle, 6.729-..- 

Hogs, 6,630 

Sheep, 115— 

Goats, 6 

Dogs, 50 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other veliicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics— 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand— 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State - 

Automobiles, pleasiu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles-. 

Seines, nets and boats.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property. 



Total valution personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property- 
Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies. 

Lawj'ers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Undertakers — 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels.... 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B , 



$2,403,250 
182.842 



159,613 
349, 150 



71,371 


102,542 


540 


4,M9 


165,727 


2,130 


81,434 


732,638 



$ 5,687.69 
432 .73 



377.75 
826.34 



267.65 
87.56 



11.71 

392 .22 

5.04 

192 .73 

1,733.91 

.44 

51.69 

.02 



Tax. I 

15.00 
125.00 
5.00 
15.00 
75.00 
5.00 
18.50 
100.00 
50.00 
38.00 
55.00 
15.00 
115.00 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



STOKES COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — cortlinued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses - 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. _ 

Total general taxes ,, 

SPEaAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property.- 

PoUs -- 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

BCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

WTiite polls. 2,915, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 314, @ SI .50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Cora- 

mission, including real property of banks, S56,483 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $67,423 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $538,824 

Value bank stock, $55,430 

Value corporation excess, $5,659 

Listed by white citizens, $4,438,549 

Listed by negro citizens, $134,(M5 

Special taxes for schools _-_- 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes _ _ 

Special taxes for schools 

Special taxes for bridges and roads 

Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes \ 



$ 1.829.04 
387 .48 



$ 4.372.50 
471.00 

112.97 

134.85 
1,077.65 

110.86 

11.32 

8,877.10 

268.09 
9,397.67 



$11,740.70 
13.391.98 
19.014.68 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SURRY COUNTY. 
T. W. Davis, Sheriff. 



ST.\TE TiXES. 



Acres of land, 369,42 
Town lots, 2,292 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,323 

Mules, 3,442 

Jacks and jennets, 10 

Cattle, 9,472 

HogB, 8,163 

Sheep, 347 

Goats, 31 

Dogs, 147 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical 

struments. pro\isions of all kinds, fi 
Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



$3,635,623 
1,548.410 



Total valuation personal property. 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 



Traveling theatrical companies-- 

Side shows 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Livery stables 

Peddlers 

Hotels 



Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds_ 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 
Soda fountains _._ 



226,318 
370,210 



189,637 
41,693 



1,609 
90,094 



119,022 
7,473 
12,956 



287,561 
11,075 
66,386 

898,533 

1,568 
37,674 



Tax. 

80.00 
70.00 

165.00 
40.00 
37.50 
25.00 
25.00 
10.00 
50.00 
7.50 

150.00 
5.00 

120.00 
50.00 
45.00 



$ 8,604.31 
3,664.57 



535 .62 

876.16 

1.87 

448.81 

98.67 

1.36 

.10 

3.81 

213.22 

281 .69 
17.68 



680.56 

26.21 

157.11 

2,126.53 

3.71 



19171 



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173 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SURRY COUXTi'— Continued. 
STATE TAXES— con/iHued. 
Schedule B — continued. 


t 40.00 
130.00 
10.00 
175.00 


$ 1.235.00 
301.00 






















S 301 .00 




Schedule C. 




















$3,208.27 
56S.80 


i 1,536.00 








$20,772.60 


SPECI.1L TA.X FOR PE.SSIOMS. 




Polls 










$ 6,699.00 
411.00 

1,449.39 

3,449.47 

469.91 

21.35 

255.24 

15,789.83 

251 .52 

6,132.6S 


3,777.07 








$ 24,549.67 






White polls, 4,466, @ ?l.aO --. 








Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
missioQ, including real property of banks. $724,697 

Value bank stock, $234,955 






























$23,439.58 
6,132.68 


34,929.39 






COPNTT TAXES. 
















29,572.26 








$89,051.32 







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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SWAIN COUNTY. 
W. B. Cabringer, Sheriff. 

Acres of land, 316,938 


Value. 

$1,905,938 
18.595 
289,840 


TotalValue. 
$2,214,373 

1,080,167 


Tax. 

5 4,510.71 
44.01 
685.96 


Total Tax. 
















S 57,362 

49,900 

745 

133,804 

21,628 

1,323 

30 

2,428 

112,780 

16,816 
4,130 
4,337 

86,401 

3,353 

18,664 

279,325 

10 

3,045 

10 

284,076 


$ 135.76 

118.10 

1.76 

316.67 

51.19 

3.13 

.07 

5.75 

266 .92 

39.80 
9.77 
10.26 

204.48 

7.93 

44.17 

661 .07 

.02 

7.20 

.02 

672 .33 


S 5,240.68 






Mules. 545 








Cattle, 10,192._ 




Hogs, 5,846 




Sheep, 892.... 








Dogs, 219 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 435.50 


2,556.40 






Total valuation real and personal property 


$3,294,540 

Tax. 

$ 40.00 
130.00 
30.00 
6.50 
9.00 
20.00 
10.00 
50.00 
100.00 
40.00 


$ 7,797.08 
69.30 


Schedule B. 














































Total Schedule B .- 







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175 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



SWAIN COtTXTY— Co-fTiNCED. 

BTATE TAXES— con/mued. 

Schedule C. 


$ 143.00 


$ 143.00 




















$ 1,317.82 
182.40 


$ 578 .50 








S 8,444.88 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls 










$ 2,205.00 
55.50 
19.50 

344.52 

92.61 

3,531.64 

49.97 

6,032.23 

8.57 

548 .28 

5,759.90 


1,500.22 






Total State taxes, g^eral and pensions 


$ 9.945.10 


SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTV TREASURER. 








Negro Polls, 13, @ S1.50 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks. S172,260 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $46,303 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,765,822 

Value bank stock, $24,985— - 














Listed by negro citizens, $274,143. .. 
















$12,212.41 
5,303.90 
10,228.00 


18.647.72 






COUNTY TAXES. 




Special taxes for bonds . 
















27,744.31 








$ 56,337.13 







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Statement 1 — Continued. 



TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY. 

J. H. PiCKELSIMER, Sheriff. 
STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 233,495 


Value. 

81,502,385 
350,447 


TotalValue 
$1,852,832 

942, 174 


Tax. 

$3,555.64 
829.39 


Total Tax. 
$ 4,385.03 

2,229.46 








S 63,790 
48,787 
500 
81,224 
9.187 
1,925 
91 
1,445 
62,706 

14,178 
6,840 
2,893 

86,423 
4.451 
25,977 
139,207 
11,590 
25 

380,935 


$ 150.96 

115.46 

1.18 

192 .23 

21.74 

4.56 

.22 

3.42 

148 .40 

33.55 
16.19 
6.85 

204.53 
10.53 
61.15 

329.46 

27.43 

.06 

901.54 


Horses, 1,749_ 


Mules, oil- 




Cattle, 4,547— 


Hogs, 3,250.. 


Sheep, 1,152.._ 




Dogs, 106 




Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 


Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures.. 


\ alue household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, proWsions of all kinds, firearms.. 






Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorc>-cles.. 


Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 








S 616.00 




Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


$2,795,006 

Tax. 

S 25.00 
125.00 
10.00 

5.00 
15.00 

6.00 
16.00 
82.50 
75.00 

7.50 
60.00 
30.00 
30.00 
20.00 
25.00 
85.00 


$ 6,614.19 
113.75 


Schedule B. 














Hotels.. 






















Total Schedule B 





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177 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



TRANSYLVAXL\ COUNTY— Co.NxiNrED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses.. 

Total SchediJe C 

Total Schedules B and C. 

Total general taxes __. 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PEXSII 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions- 



SCHOOL TAXES PA 



White polls, 1.317, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 61, @ $1.50 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $103,122 _ 

Personal propert.v listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $203,861 
Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $209,343... 

Value bank stock, $109,281 

Value corporation excess, $13,986 

Listed by white citizens, $2,771,892 

Listed by negro citizens, $23,187 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 



Total amount general and special school ta 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes 



Total county taxes 

Total .State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 1,118.00 
165.36 



$ 1,975.50 
91.50 

206.24 

407.72 
418 .69 

218.56 
27.97 
5,543.78 
46.37 
14,585.51 
434.87 



$ 7,330.20 
1,897.48 
1,717.30 
14,925.54 



12-Part 11-1917 



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Document N'o. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



TYRRELL COUNTY. 
F. L. W. Gaboon, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 152,796 


Value. 

t 805,563 
156,125 


TotalValue. 
i 961,688 

434,768 


Tax. 

$ 1,906.49 
369.50 


Total Tax. 


Town lots, 202 










i 39,060 
32,722 
50 
23,576 
14, 150 
1,720 
178 
1,369 
11,160 

15,802 

863 

2,226 

79,019 
884 

9,972 
82,876 

9,279 
17,811 

92,051 


i 92.14 
77.44 
.12 
55.80 
33.49 
4.07 
.42 
3.24 
26.41 

37.40 
2.04 
5.27 

187.02 
2.09 
23.60 

196.14 
21.96 
42.15 

217.85 


S 2,275.99 




Mules, 463— 








Cattle, 2,599 




Hogs, 7.981 




Sheep, 1,712 
















Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures. 




struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












; 300.50 


1,028.95 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax - 


$1,396,456 

Tax. 

t 20.00 
30.00 

5.00 
20.00 

6.50 
75.00 
60.00 

4.00 
55.00 
20.00 
15.00 


S 3,304.94 
16.01 


Schedule B. 




















Peddlers 








Hotels 






















Total Schedule B 







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Document 'Ro. 5 



179 



Statement 1 — Continued, 



TYURELL COUNTY— CoNTiNTTE 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 



Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS 



Propprty.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions _. 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUXTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 702, @ $1.50 

Negro polls. 241. @ $1.50 _.. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $126,189 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $64.488 

Value railroad, telepraph. telephone, express, etc., $79,148 

Value bank stock, $6,523. ___ 

Value corporation excess, $978 

Listed by white citizens, $I,306,3(M 

Listed by negro citizens, $90,152.. 

Special taxes for schools _. 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COCNTY TAXES. 



Coimty purposes 

Poor purposes... , 

Bridget and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes.. 



Total county taxes _ 

Total State, School, and county taxes.. 



$ 


55S .58 
113.16 


{ 363.50 


$ 3,684.45 






671 .74 


% 4,356.19 



$ 1,053.00 
361 .50 



128.98 

158.30 

13.05 

1.96 

2,612.61 

ISO .30 

4,431.53 



$ 5,430.37 

358 .34 

978.34 

3.822.59 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



UNION COUNTY. 
J. B. GniFFlTH, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 390,413.. 
Town lots, 2,178 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,585 

Mules, 5,722._. 

Jacks and jennets, 60 

Cattle, 11,947.... 

Hogs, 8,760 

Sheep, 547 

Goats, 232 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical 

strunients, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits. 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



$3,600,609 
1,431,664 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies __. 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers... 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Li ver>' stables 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

BottUng works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 



205,319 

504,459 

2,970 

194,306 

43,592 

699 

243 



146,312 
13,076 
8,115 

405,722 

4,627 

59,824 

779, U8 



618 



$ 8,521.44 
3,388.27 



485 .92 

1,193.89 

7.03 

459 .86 

103.16 

1.65 

.57 

193 .26 

346 .27 
30.94 
19.20 

960.20 

10.71 

141 .58 

1,843.91 



Tax. 

15.00 
60.00 

215.00 
20.00 
35.00 
65.00 

175.00 
10.00 
34.00 
18.00 
20.00 
1.50 

180.00 
35.00 
85.00 
50.00 



1.46 
73.80 



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181 



Statesient 1 — Continued. 



UXION COUNTY— CoNTisoED. 
STATE TAXES — continited. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail-. 



Total Schedule B. 



Marriage licenses 

Delinquents for year 1914.. 
Double 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C- 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX ] 



Property. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES P.\YABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White polls, 4,083, @ $1.50 

Negro polls, 1,116, @ S1.50 

Dogs, 41, @ $1.00 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 

^mission, including real property of banks, $.384,266 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Taa 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $367,805... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,433,070 

Value bank stock, $.3.50,057 

Value building and loan association stock, $17,631 

A'alue corporation excess, $165,666 

Luted by white citizens, $7,465,977. 

listed by negro citizens. $340,363 

Special taxes for schools _ 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes 

Poor purposes... 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for roads.. 



Total county taxes 

Total State, school, and county taxes.. 



$ 75.00 
90.00 



$ 287.00 

4.56 

107 .59 



$3,122.53 
623.88 



$ 6,124.50 

1,674.00 

41.00 




$16,131. 
6, 145 ..55 
17,976.81 
11,984.54 



52,238.66 
$113,236.75 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



VANCE COUNTY. 
J. S. RoTSTER, SheriflF. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 161,897. 
Town lots, 1,747 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,696 

Mules, 794 

Jacks and jennets, 1 

Cattle, 3,5S3 

Hogs, 5,094 

Sheep, 426... 

Goats, 69 

Dogs, 26 .-- 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office fiu-nitxn-e and warehouse fixtlires 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical 

struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on band 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property- 
Income tax. 

Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants, brokers 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Bilhard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works ^ 

Automobiles or other vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 



$2,026,408 
1,687,102 



216,195 
78,498 



73,357 
24,370 



80,186 
3,655 
7,482 

326,742 
10,180 



$4,795.83 
3,992.81 



511.66 
185 .78 
.35 
173 .61 
57.68 
2.01 



17.71 

773 .29 

24.09 

123.97 

2.144.36 

1.83 
152 .78 



Tax. 
60.00 

210.00 
80.00 
60.00 
35.00 
75.00 
20.00 
30.00 
28.50 
60.00 

350.00 

180.00 
35.00 

195.00 
60.00 



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183 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



VANCE COUNTY— Continued. 

st.Ote taxes — continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total .Schedule B.. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage Ucenses 

Total Schedule C ._ 

Total .Schedules B and C 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL T.Ol for PENSIONS. 

Property. 

PoUs ..._ 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TBEASUBER. 

White polls, 1,7.W, @ J1.40 

Negro polls, 1,229, @ S1.40 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Ci 

mission, including real property of banks, $551,199 , 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks. $1,260,680... 

Value railroad, telepraph, telephone, express, etc.. $1,331.748 

Value bank stock, »26S,537 

Value building and loan association stock, $20,449 

Value corporation excess, $100,265. 

Listed by white citizens, $5.194,828 

listed by negro citizens, $689.036 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COCNTY TAXES. 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Total county taxes 

Total .State, school, and county taxes 



$ 50.00 
20.00 
310.00 



$ 2,353.55 
358 .56 



$ 2.462 .i 
1.720.60 

1,102.40 

2,521. 

2,663.50 

537 .07 

40.90 

200.53 

10,389.66 

1,378.07 

19,975.56 



$16,529.29 
19.594.97 



2.712.11 
$ 20,338.59 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WAKE COUNTY. 



J. H. Sears, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 515,127 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 
rated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power 

Town lots, 10,625 _ _. 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 4.126. 

Mules, 5,408 

Jacks and jennet*, 3 

Cattle, 11,249 

Hogs, 15,115. 

Sheep, 302 _._: 

Goats. 189 _ 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments. proWsions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand , 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this .State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco. 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 

i 
Total valuation personal property 



2,100 

39,976 

10,613,581 



195,169 
78,789 



207,582 
18,270 
7,826 

797,376 

31,611 

57,499 

1,834,390 

45,365 
180,301 



Total valuation real and personal property.. 

Income tax 

Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Sideshows _. 

Lawj'crs, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers 

Pawnbrokers 

Peddlers 

Hotels 

Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowhng alleys, etc. 

Slot machines with fixed retiu-ns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds.. _ 

Stockbrokers 



Tax. 

75.00 
850.00 
360.00 

35.00 
945.00 
325.00 
170.00 
325.00 
150.00 

10.00 

70.00 
200.00 
250 .00 
198 .25 
130.00 
575.00 
1.50 

60.00 
600 .00 



4.97 
94.61 



816.09 
l,239.i 

461 .90 

186.47 

1.50 



18.52 

1,887.12 

74.81 

136.08 

4,341.39 

107 .36 
426.71 



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185 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WAKE COUNTY— CoNTixuED. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 

Schedule B — continued. 

Bottling works - - 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks _ ..- 

Dealers in pistols 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers or other fireworks 

Cigarette dealers, retail 

Total Schedule B 

ScheduU C. 

Marriage licenses 

Delinquents for year 1914 — : _-_ 

Arrears for insolvents 

Double _. 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C 

Total general Taxes 

SPECIAL T,AX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property 

Polls 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY THEA8TIREH. 

White polls, 6,690, @ $1.50.. 

Negro polls, 3,714, @ $1.30 

Dogs, 297, @ $1.00 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $2,753,890 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by .State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $1,145,159 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $4,761,036 

Value bank stock, $653,491 ,' 

Value building and loan association stock, $46,492 

Value corporation excess, $661,473 

List<xl by white citizens, $19,887,349.. 

Listed by negro citizens. $1,739,814 

Special taxes for schools 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY T.AXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes.. 

Total Stat«, school, and county taxes 



480.00 
295.00 
720.00 

10.00 
125.00 

20.00 
1,000.00 



13.04 
800.08 



$ 8,650.87 
1,248.48 



$10,035.00 

5,571.00 

297.00 

6,058.57 

2,519.35 
10,474.28 
1,437.68 
102 .28 
1,455.24 
43,752.17 
3,827.59 
102,798.53 



$69,058.31 
110,055.79 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WARREN COUNTY. 



R. E. Davis, Sheriff. 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 259,821 _ __ 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpO' 

rated towns 

Town lots, 1,058 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



, 3,272. 



Ho 

Mules, 1,306 

Jacks and jennets, 3 

Cattle, 6,912 

Hogs, 8,421 

Sheep, 925 

Goats, 465-.- _. 

Dogs, 28 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical 

struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacc 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



52,613,021 
20,424 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Bicycle dealers 

Livery stables 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels.. ._ 

BilUard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



258,234 
132,358 
370 
114,343 
33,697 
1,752 



95,302 
9,301 
4,046 

224,107 

3,593 

28,290 

563.265 

1.490 
43,585 



Tax. 

30.00 
35.00 
140.00 
10.00 
10.00 
35.00 
5.00 
12.00 
50.00 
30.50 
25.00 
30.00 
30.00 



t 6,184.15 
48.34 



611.15 

313.25 

.88 

270 .61 

79.75 

4.15 

1.29 

.95 

169.76 

225 .55 
22.01 



530 .39 

8.50 

66.95 

1,333.06 

3.53 
103.15 



$ 12,972.89 
175 .63 



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Document !N"o. 5 



187 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WARREN COUNTY— Continued. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 
Schedule B— continued. 



Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols 

Cigarette dealers, retail.. 

Total Schedule B.... 



35.00 

50.00 
25.00 
70.00 



Schedule C. I 

Marriage licenses _ $ 214.00 i 

Double tax i 879.00 | 



Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 



Property 
Polls.— . 



Total taxes for pensions _ 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COtTNTT TREASURER. 



White polls. 1.318. @ $1.59. 

Negro polls. 1.983, @ $1.59 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,104,271. 

Value bank stock, $85-981 

Value building and loan association stock. $5,085 

Value corporation excess. $2,500 _ _ 

Listed by white citizens, $4,440.854 

Listed by negro citizens. $1.040.648 _ 

Special taxes for schools _ 

Fines and penalties 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 



County purposes.,. 
Bridges and roads.. 



Total county taxes _ 

Total State, school, and county taxes,. 



$ 2,192.60 
396.12 



« 2,095.62 


3,152.97 


2,539.82 


197.76 


11.69 


5.75 


10,213.96 


2,393.49 


15,289.13 


502.00 



$15,182.06 
17,177.59 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



W.^i^SHINGTON COUNTY. 
J. E. Reid, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 


Value. 

$1,454,052 

58,770 
459,357 


TolalValue. 
.SI, 972, 179 

896,170 


Tax. 

S 3,441.24 

139 .08 
1,087.14 


Total Tax. 


Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 




Town lots, 400... . 










% 59,155 

79,810 

306 

29,714 

19,376 

875 

216 

1,206 

21,317 

23,005 
4,688 
3,239 

124,310 

3,590 

75,713 

134,054 

15,446 
33,336 
4,572 

262,242 


$ 140 .00 

188.89 

.72 

70.32 

45.85 

2.06 

.52 

2.85 

50.48 

54.44 
11.09 
7.66 

294.19 

8.48 

179.17 

317.25 

36.55 
78.90 
10.82 

620.64 


S 4,667.46 




Mules, 935 








Cattle, 3,223-— . 




Hogs, 9,944 ._ 




Sheep, 875 




Goats, 216 












Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
















Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
tiu-pentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 903.50 


2,120.88 








(2,868,349 

Tax. 
( 97.50 
65.00 
10.00 
35.00 
50.00 
200.00 
19.50 
125.00 
1.50 
125.00 
70.00 
105.00 


( 6,788.34 
26.00 


Schedule B. 




















Peddlers 




Hotels 






























Total Schedule B 







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189 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY— Contixued. 

STATE TAXES — continued. 

Schedule C. 


t 123.00 


i 128.00 


















Total Schedules B and C... 


$ 1,143.33 

202.44 


$ 1,031 50 








t 7,845.84 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 


Polls 










% 1,317.03 
1,095.38 

1.527.70 

99.20 

5,211.52 

525.17 

3,210.71 










t 9,191 61 






SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASrRER. 

White polls, 921, @ 51.43... 








Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, S763,853 






















$ 6,241.36 
2,210.47 
6,843.13 
1,626.90 


12,986.71 






























16,921.86 











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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WATAUGA COUNTY. 
W. P. Moody, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 199,436 


Value. 

$1,611,166 

1,500 
42,410 
139,743 


TotalValue. 
$1,794,819 

942,889 


Tax. 

S 3,813.00 

3.55 
100.37 
330 .73 


Total Tax. 


Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 


















$ 1.55,796 

39,611 

850 

211,820 

16,006 

16,988 

35 

1,529 

32,745 

26,003 
1,141 
2,533 

89,922 

1,668 

12,655 

243,186 

58 

5,213 

12 

85,118 


$ 368 .72 
93.74 
2.01 
501 .31 
37.88 
40.21 
.09 
3.62 
77.50 

61.55 
2.70 
6.00 

212.82 

3.95 

29.95 

575 .55 

.14 

12.34 

.03 

201 .44 


i 4,247.74 




Mules, 561 








Cattle, 11,346 




Hogs, 4,085 




Sheep, 7,453- 








Dogs, 426 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 
in this State 




Automobiles, pleasiu-e boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 623.00 


2,231.55 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Income tax 


$2,737,708 

Tax. 

i 30.00 
130.00 
10.00 
8.00 
100.00 
45.00 
30.00 
70.00 
20.00 
140.00 
40.00 


$ 6,479.29 


Schedule B. 




















Hotels 






























Total Schedule B 







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191 



Statemejit 1 — Continued. 



WATAUGA COUNTY— CoNTlNTED. 

STATE T-tXES — Continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses 

Total Schedule C - 

Total Schedules B and C... 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property --- 

Polls — - 

Total taxes for pensions 

TotaJ State taxes, general and pensions. 

SCaOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTV TREASURER. 

White polls, 1,.S02, @ Sl.SO 

Negro polls, 13, @ Sl.SO 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $4,037-. 

Value bank stock. 832,476.. 

Value corporation excess, SI ,000 

Listed by white citizens, S2, 728,746 

Listed by negro citizens, $S,962 _ 

Total amount general and special school tax. 

COrXTY TAXES. 

County purposes. 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes 

Total .State, school and county taxes 



t 1,095,1 
217.80 



S 3.243.60 
23.40 
13.46 
108 .25 
3.33 
9,095.82 
29.87 



$ 6,252.62 
5,634.83 



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Statement 1 — Continued. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 
R. H. Edwards, Sheriff. 



Acres of land, 33,877 

Acres of manufacturing properties outside incorpo- 
rated towns 

Acres mineral, quarry, water-power, 4,868 

Town lots, 5,466 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



55,415 

40,682 

3,807,218 



Horses, 2,961 

Mules, 4,531 

Jacks and jennets, 9 

Cattle, 4,679 

Hogs, 29,783 

Sheep, 110.- 

Goats, 616 

Dogs, 51 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office fiu-nitiu-e and warehotise fixtures.. _ 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value Ubraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand.. 

Solvent credits 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Seines, nets and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 
other property 



213,914 
371,644 



72, 142 
62,224 



124,729 
15,967 
10,362 

563,944 
13,641 
93,707 
1,129,966 
86, 696 
78 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax 



Schedule B. 



Traveling theatrical companies __ 

Circus or menagerie 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents.. 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers.. 

Livery stables 

Hotels ---. 



Cotton oil mill 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc.. 



Tax. 

282 .50 
170.00 
295.00 
80.00 
45.00 
60.00 
200.00 
25.00 
60.00 
19.00 
78.50 
80.00 
150.00 



131.15 

96.28 

9,010.42 



506.27 
879 .56 



170.74 
147.26 



295.19 
37.79 
24,52 



221 .78 

2,674.25 

205.18 



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Document No. 5 



193 



SrATEMiiNT 1 — Continued. 



WAYNE COUNTY.-CONT1NCEB. 

STATE TAXES — Continued. 
Schedule B — cmitinued. 


$ 300.00 
65.00 
250.00 
20.00 
90.00 
235.00 


$ 2,505.00 
435.00 




























Total Schedule B 


$ 435.00 




Schedule C. 








Total Schedule C-- 












$4,596.63 
738.36 


$ 2.940.00 








8PECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 




Polls 










$ 5.752,50 
3,477.00 
1,224.00 

1,286.36 

1,014.39 

4,581.63 

1,200.93 

494.88 

21,523.48 
1,459.71 

44,761.27 


5,334.99 






$ 36,438.02 




SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TBEA8DREH. 

WTiite polls, 3,835, @ $1.50 




Negro polls, 2,318, @ $1.50. 




DoKs, 2,448, @ $0.50 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 




Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $522,197 

Value railroad, teleRraph, telephone, express, etc., $2.290,814 

Value bank stock, $600,467.. 












Listed by negro citizens. $729,853. 














$33,986.95 
16,491.99 


86,806.13 




OOUNTT TAXES. 












Total county taxes... 




50,478.94 




Total State, school, and county taxes 


$173,715.91 





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194 



Document No. 5 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WILKES COUNTY. 
W. D. Woodruff, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 442,362... 

Acres of maniifacturing properties outside incorpo- 
rated towns 

Town lots, 1,701 



6,045 
663,051 



Total valuation of real estate.. 



Horses, 2,651. I t 

Mules, 2,431 

Jacks and jennets, 27 

Cattle. 15,175 

Hogs, 8,773— 



Sheep, 835 _ _._ 

Goats. 35 

Dogs, 151 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 

other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 

Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments , 

Money on band 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 

in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar. brandy, whiskey, and all 

other property 



Total valuation personal property 

Total valuation real and personal property.. 
Income tax... 



Schedule B. 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Horse dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers— - 

Liverj' stables 

Peddlers _._ 



Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels-.. - -- 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds 

Bottling works 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire.. 



187,705 
190,256 
797 
259,304 
37,841 
1,095 



63,725 
4,378 
5,345 



29,347 
633,770 



Tax. 
105.00 
210.00 
20.00 
5.00 
25.00 
50.00 
20.00 
34.00 
75.00 
50.00 
12.00 
175.00 
5.00 
60.00 
35.00 



14.31 
1,569.22 



444.24 
450.27 



613.69 
89.56 



3.82 
140 .89 

150 .82 
10.36 
12.65 

431 .53 
13.28 
69.45 

1,263.25 

.30 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



196 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WILKES COUNTY— CoNTiNtTED. 

STATE TAKES— conlinued. 
Schedule B— continued. 


$ 35.00 
50.00 
150.00 
55.00 


$ 1,171.00 
524.46 






















t 257.00 
267.46 




Schedule C. 






















Total Schedules B and C 


t 2,224.51 
552.60 










$ 14,957.13 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 


Polk 










$ 6,487.50 
420.00 

603.45 

455.72 

1,774.27 

155.17 

25.81 

17.08 

10,917.91 

204.65 

17,491.41 


2,777.11 






$ 17,734.26 




SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 4,325, @ $1.50.... 




Negro poUs, 280. @ $1.50. 




Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Corn- 




Personal property listed by corporations assessed by Stat« Tax 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $227,859 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $887,137 

Value bank stock, $77,585 






























$15,212.07 
4,580.71 
7,077.03 
12,149.47 








County purposes 








Bridges and roads. 
















39,019.28 






$ 95,306.51 





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Statement 1 — Continued. 



WILSON COUNTY*^ 
i H. M. RowE, Sheriri. 

Acres of land, 223,819 


Value. 

J2, 907, 855 
. 5,280 
2.820.926 


TotalValue. 
$5,734,061 

4,187,682 


Tax. 

t 6,881.92 

12.50 

6,676.19 


Total Tax. 
















$ 160,083 

366,932 

235 

34.552 

58,586 

414 

375 

654 

64,876 

112,651 
66,789 
7,415 

454,824 

10.826 

41,156 

1,683,188 

818 

93,158 

613 

1.029,537 


J 378.85 

868.40 

.65 

81.77 

138.65 

1.07 

.88 

1.54 

153.53 

266.60 
158.06 
17.54 

1,076.42 
25.62 
97.40 

3,983.54 

1.94 

220.47 

1.45 

2,436.57 


% 13,570.61 


Horses, 1,905 - - 


Mules, 3,980'_._. _.. _ 








Cattle, 1,876-— 




Hogs, 18,788- 




Sheep, 254 




Goats, 394 




Dogs. 115 - 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms 












Shares of stock in any corporation not incorporated 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles- - 




Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 
turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 














9,910.85 






Total valuation real and personal property 


19,921,743 

Tax. 
% 150.00 

190.00 

350.00 
50.00 

480.00 
20.00 
65.00 
«0.00 

200.00 
25.00 
21.00 

150.00 
25.00 
42.00 

ISO. on 


$23,481.46 
1,034.21 


Schedule B. 












Sideshows 
































Peddlers- - 
















Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc - 


225.00 







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197 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



WILSON COUNTY— ContinuedJ 
STATE TAXES — conHnued. 
Schedule B— continued. 


$ 25.00 
12.00 
270.00 
55.00 
150.00 
155.00 
640.00 
30.00 


$ 3,570.00 
1,511.78 
















Soda fountains 












Persons, firms, or corporations who issue or sell trading stamps..^ 




Total Schedule B 


$ 443 .00 

1,068.78 




Schedule C. 






















Total Schedules B and C . 


$ 3,968.70 
608.88 


$ 5,081.78 






$ 29,597.45 


SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 


Polls . 










$4,734.00 
2,877.00 

466.35 

1,107.57 

2,905.06 

624.46 

181 .95 

229.66 

18,791.58 

1,051.90 

31,933.98 










i 34,175.03 




SCHOOL T.OCE8 PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREA8TJHEB. 
White polls, 3.156, @ $1.50.. 




Negro polls, 1.918, @ S1.50.... 




Heal estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $233,172... 




Ffcnonal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $553,786... 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $1,452,529 

Value bank stock, $312,232 








Value corporation excess, $114,828 




Listed by white citizens, $9,395,915 - . 


















$28,216.37 
42,333.18 


64,903.51 






COUNTY TAXES. 
County purposes 




Bridges and roads 








Total county taxes... 










Total Slate, school, and county taxes... 


$169 628 09 







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Document No. 6 



[Session 



Statbment 1 — Continued. 



YADKIN COUNTY. 
C. W. PoiNDEXTEE, Sheriff. 

Acres of land, 211,651 


Value. 

$1,981,342 
212,350 


TotalValue. 
{2,193.692 

1,319,543 

»3, 513, 235 

Tax. 

t 20.00 

25.00 

95.00 

25.00 

6.00 
10.00 

5.00 
20.00 
50.00 
40.00 


Tax. 

S 4,689.17 
502.57 


Total Tax. 












i 159,677 

197,828 

40 

92,969 

24,704 

223 

77 

53,564 

• 64,836 
2,008 
3,999 

107,622 
2,079 
28,767 

470,580 
9,163 

101,597 


t 377.90 

468.19 

.10 

220.03 

58.47 

.53 

.18 

126.77 

153.44 
4.75 
9.46 

264.47 

4.92 

67.87 

1,113.71 

21.68 

240.45 




Horses. 1,785 




Mules. 2.175 








Cattle. 6.027.— 








Sheep. 188 












Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures. 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 
struments, provisions of all kinds, firearms.. _. . 












Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 












$ 296.00 
139.00 


3,122.92 






Total valuation real and personal property 

Schedule B. 


S 8,314.66 














Hotels 






























Total Schedule B . 


S 139.00 




Schedule C. 


























435.00 








Total general taxes 


$ 8,749.66 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



199 



StatemjENT 1 — Continued. 



YADKIN COUNTY— CONTINDED. 

BTATE TAXES — cotiiinued. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONS. 

Property --- 

Polls - 

Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.— 

SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 

White polls, 2,0S1, @ 81.50 

Negro polls, 103, @ $1.50. 

Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $14,275 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tai 

Commission, including personal property of banks, $2,675 

Value bank stock, $63,731 

Value corporation excess, 31,300 

Listed by white citizens, $3,463,980.... 

Listed by negro citizens, $49,255 

Special taxes for schools. 

Total amount general and special school tax 

COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Special taxes for county purposes 

Total county taxes — 

Total State, school and county taxes 



$ 1,405.29 
262 .32 



$ 3,121.50 
157.50 



5.35 

127.46 

2.60 

i, 927 .96 

93.51 

i, 376 .52 



$ 7,661.59 
6,048.63 



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[Session 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



YANCEY COUNTY. 
W. A. Hall, Sheriff. 

STATE TAXES. 

Acres of land, 192,664... 


Value. 

$1,096,440 
10.525 
57,667 


TotalValue. 
$1,164,632 

774,112 


Tax. 

$ 2,594.90 
24.92 
136.48 


Total Tax. 


Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power, 1,442 










$ 86,218 
68,273 
1,715 
113.159 
14.745 
2,425 

378 
29,634 

10,294 
1,445 
1,199 

47,379 

1,502 

55,091 

126,242 

576 

213,835 


$ 204.05 

161 .58 

4.06 

267.82 

34.90 

6.74 

.01 

.91 

70.14 

24.36 
3.43 
2.84 

. 112.14 

■ 3.56 

130.38 

298.72 

1.36 

606.07 


$ 2,756.30 


Horses, 1,448 


Mules, 1,252 








Cattle, 7,514.... 




•Hogs, 5,665. 




Sheep, 2,406 




Goats, 2.... 




Dogs. 44.... 








Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, carts, and 




Value office furnitxu-e and warehouse fixtures.. 




Value household and kitchen furniture, musical in- 






1,832.07 




Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motorcycles.. 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, tobacco, 

turpentine, rosin, tar, brandy, whiskey, and all 








$ 366 .50 




Total valuation real and personal property 


$l,938r744 

Tax. 

i' 30.00 
90.00 
15.00 
23.00 
8.50 
20.00 
10.00 
130.00 
25.00 
15.00 


$ 4T588.S7' 
25.00 


Schedule B. 




Undertakers 




Hotels 
















Total .Schedule B 





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Document No. 5 



201 



Statement 1 — Continued. 



YANCEY COUNTY— CoNTiOTED. 

STATE T.VXE8 — continued. 

Schedule C. 
Marriage licenses -. 

Total Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C- — , 

Total general taxes 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIOX8. 



Property.. 
PoUs 



Total taxes for pensions 

Total State taxes, general and pensions- 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TR 



White polls. 1.995. @ S1.50 

Negro polls, 21, @ 81 .50.. 

Real estate listed by. corporations assessed by State Tax Com- 
mission, including real property of banks, $165,070 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including personal property of banks, $158,116, 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $230,560,.,.. 

Value bank stock, S38,439-. 

Value corporation excess, $1,625 

Listed by white citizens, $1.934,034 , 

Listed by negro citizens, $4,710 

Special taxes for schools 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



COUNTY TAXES. 

County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Special taxes for county purpose 



Total county taxes. 

Total State, school, and county taxes,. 



$ 775 .50 
241 .92 



$ 2,992.50 
31.50 

330 .40 

316.23 

461 .12 

76.88 

3.25 

3,868.07 

9.42 

8,361.61 



$12,662.77 
1,367.07 
17,221.36 



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Document 'No. 5 



[Session 



STATEMENT 2. 



Showing the Aggregate Number and Value of the Various Subjects of Taxation in the 
State, and the Gross Amount of State, School, and County Taxes Derived from Same 
AS Collected by Sheriffs and Tax Collectors, as per Returns on File in this Depart- 
ment for the Year 1915 . 



STATE TAXES. 



Acres of land, 28,099,867 

Acres manufacturing properties outside in- 
corporated towns, 6,934 

Acres mineral, quarry, and water-power 
properties, 203,386 

Town lots, 219,857 -. 



Total valuation of real estate,. 



Horses, 210,241.. 

Mules, 226,780 

Jacks and jennets, 1,210 

Cattle, 669,962.... 

Hogs, 1,163,608 

Sheep, 123.615. 

Goats, 26,511 

Dogs. 23,578 

Value farming utensils 

Value carriages, harness, buggies, wagons, 

carts, and other vehicles 

Value office furniture and warehouse fixtures- 
Value tools of mechanics 

Value household and kitchen furniture, mu- 
sical instruments, provisions of all kinds, 

firearms 

Value libraries and scientific instruments 

Money on hand 

Solvent credits 

Shares of stock in any corporation not in- 
corporated in this State 

Automobiles, pleasure boats, bicycles, motor- 
cycles 

Seines, nets, and boats 

Jewelry, goods, wares, merchandise, cotton, 
tobacco, turpentine, rosin, tar. brandy, 
whiskey, and all other property 



In 



Total valuation personal property,. 



Total valuation real and personal prop- 
erty 



' tax. 



Schedule B. 

Theaters 

Traveling theatrical companies 

Circus or menagerie 

Side-shows - 

Lawyers, physicians, etc 

Traveling tii;itypists 



1251,646,573 
5,016,712 



{ 15,385,366 

19,616,473 

60,883 

10,371,885 

3,317,644 

188,497 

25,071 

100,634 

5,796,467 

6,606,711 
940, 199 
808,690 



24,671,681 

746,709 

4,426,866 

61,420,529 

3,596,870 

4,404,496 
503,583 



Tax. 

2,642.50 
10,017.00 

8,324.00 

1,125.00 

23,655.00 

75.00 



$ 595,561.88 
11,872.85 



.,846.02 
1,107.53 



46,425.52 

144.09 

24,546.73 

7,851.74 

446.11 

59.33 

238.17 

13,718.27 

15,635.84 
2,225.13 



58,389.48 

1,767.20 

10,476.88 

145,361.51 

8,512.57 

10,423.94 
1,191.82 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



203 



Statement 2 — Continued. 



STATE TAXES — c&ntinued. 
Schedule B — continued. 



Real estate agents 

Coal dealers 

Undertakers 

Collecting agencies 

Dealers in second-hand clothing 

Horse dealers 

Bicycle dealers 

Commission merchants and brokers.. 

Ship brokers 

Marine railways. 

Pawnbrokers 

Livery stables 

Feather renovators 

Peddlers 

Itinerant salesmen 

Gj"psies or fortune-tellers 

Lightning-rod agents 

Hotels 



Cotton compresses 

Cotton oil mills 

Billiard or pool tables, bowling alleys, etc 

Gift enterprises - 

Slot machines with fixed returns 

Bagatelle tables, merry-go-rounds _ 

Stockbrokers - 

Bottling works 

Meat-packing houses 

Newspaper contests 

Automobiles or other motor vehicles for hire 

Malt dealers. 

Druggist Uquor licenses 

Newsdealers 

Soda fountains 

Stallions or jacks 

Dealers in pistols --. 

Dealers in cap pistols, firecrackers, or other fireworks-. 

Cigarette manufacturers 

Cigarette dealers, retail , 

Public ferries and bridges 

Emigrant agents 



Total .Schedule B.. 



Schedule C. 

Marriage licenses 

Subjects unlisted 

Delinquents for year 1914 __ 

Arrears for insolvents 

Double tax 

Double tax remitted 



Total .Schedule C 

Total Schedules B and C. 
Total general taxes 



I 

6,755.00 

4,631.88 

6,132.50 
290.00 
110.00- 

7,070.00 
995.00 

1,410.00 
155.00 
200.00 

2,300.00 

1,894.51 
25.00 

4,435.00 
100.00 
187.50 
792 .50 

4,784.61 
250.00 

2,860.00 

18,300.00 

775.00 

297.00 

328.00 

1,500.00 
12,340.00 

1,100.00 
300.00 

8,997.00 

40.00 

30.00 

400.00 

12,730.50 

4,630.00 

7,347.50 
655.00 

4,735.00 

21,110.00 

95.44 

100.00 



22,721.00 
1,596.33 
1,162.04 
130 .80 
6,922.63 
4,826.23 



204 



Document Ifo. 5 



[Session 



Statement 2 — Continiied. 



STATE TAXES — continued. 

SPECIAL TAX FOR PENSIONs! 



Property.. 
Polls 



Total taxes for pensions.-- 

Total State taxes, general and pensions.. 



SCHOOL TAXES PAYABLE TO COUNTY TREASURER. 



White poUs, 257,142.. 
Indian polls, 1,290.. 
Negro polls, 93,382.. 



Real estate listed by corporations assessed by State Tax 
Commission, including real property of banks, $56,678,286. 

Personal property listed by corporations assessed by State 
Tax Commission, including personal property of banks, 
$32,769.583 .' — 

Value railroad, telegraph, telephone, express, etc., $133,- 
759,656 

Value bank stock, $20,450,221...- 

Value building and loan association stock, $3,043,769 

Value corporation excess, $11,925,596 

Listed by white citizens, $595,628,990 

Listed by Indian citizens, $709,020 

Listed by negro citizens, $36,397,952 

Special taxes for schools 

Fines and penalties 



Total amount general and special school tax.. 



County purposes 

Poor purposes 

Bridges and roads 

Special taxes for county purposes- 



Total county taxes.-- 

Total State, school, and county taxes-. 



$ 253,368.29 
42,207.48 



$ 389,582.04 

2,221.46 

140,701.51 

23,069.00 

123,563.48 



70,467.00 

273,322.21 
42,469.09 
6,402.52 
31,027.10 
1,243,617.00 
1,431.1 
76,081 .■ 
1,111,915.55 
20,016.95 



$1,955,037.51 

52,861.29 

1,584,527.03 

1,275,258.03 



1917] 



Document No. 5 



205 



STATEMENT 3. 

RECAPITULATION. 





Value. 


Tax. 


Total Tax. 




» 423,968,073.00 
211,881,092.00 


$1,003,388.28 
501,450.50 










$1,504,838.78 
63,302 43 






Schedule B 






187.027.45 




















$1,792,527 69 






i 253,368.29 
42,207.48 














295,575.77 
















$5,040,898.91 








3,555,888.20 








4,867,683.86 










Total tax collected from all sources for all pur- 


$13,464,470 97 











BIENNIAL REPORT 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA 



1914-1916 



T. W. BICIvETT 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



T. H. CALVERT 

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY-GENERAL 



RALEIGH 
Edwards & BROufiiiTON Printing Company 

State Printers 
1917 



LIST OF ATTORNEYS-GENERAL SINCE THE ADOPTION OF 
THE CONSTITUTION IN 1776 



Term of Office 

Avery, Waightstil! 1777-1779 

Iredell, James 1779-1782 

Moore. Alfred 1782-1790 

Haywood. John 1791-1794 

Baker, Blake 1794-1803 

Seawell, Henry 1803-1808 

Fitts, Oliver 1808-1810 

Miller, William 1810-1810 

Burton, Hutchins G 1810-1816 

Drew, William 1816-1825 

Taylor, James P 1825-1828 

Jones, Robert H 1828-1828 

Saunders, Romulus M 1828-1834 

Daniel, John R. J 1834-1840 

McQueen, Hugh 1840-1842 

Whitaker, Spier 1842-1846 

Stanly, Edward 1846-1848 

Moore, Bartholomew F 1848-1851 

Eaton, William 18511852 

Ransom, Matt. W 1852-1855 

Batchelor, Joseph B 1855-1856 

Bailey, William H 1856-1856 

Jenkins. William A 1856-1862 

Rogers, Sion H 1862-1868 

Coleman, William M 18681869 

Olds, Lewis P 1869-1870 

Shipp. William M 1870-1872 

Hargrove, Tazewell L 1872-1876 

Kenan, Thomas S 1876-1884 

Davidson, Theodore F 1884-1892 

Osborne, Frank 1 1892-1896 

Walser, Zeb V 1896-1900 

Douglas, Robert D 1900-1901 

Gilmer, Robert D 1901-1908 

Biekett, T. W 19091916 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 



State of North Carolina, 
Department of Attorney-General, 

Raleigh, December 15, 1916. 

To His Excellency, Locke Craig, Governor, 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Dear Sir: — In corapliauce with sections 1:409-4-1:10, Revisal of 1905, I 
herewith submit the biennial report of this department for the years 
1914-1915 and 1915-1916. Respectfully submitted, 

T. W. BiCKETT, 

Attorney-General . 



EXHIBIT 



List of Actions ix the Xature of Quo Warranto Proceedings 
Brought by Private Relators in the Name of the State Upon 
Leave Granted by the Attorney-General. 



John F. Hughes, Eelator, against John W. Birkhead; to try title to 
office of sheriff of Randolph County; leave granted December . . ., 1914. 



Frank M. Wright, Relator, against J. M. Caviness; to try title to 
office of clerk of the Superior Court of Randolph County; leave granted 
December . . ., 1914. 

3 

Wiley L. Ward, Relator, against William J. Scarboro ; to try title to 
office of county commissioner of Randolph County ; leave granted De- 
cember . . ., 1914. 

4 

T. E. Jennings, Relator, against C. E. Godwin; to try title to office 
of clerk of Superior Court of Davidson County; leave granted Decem- 
ber ...,1914. 

5 

P. N". Bray, Relator, against T. W. Baxter; to try title to office of 
Register of Deeds of Currituck Countv ; leave gi-anted December . . . , 
1914. 

6 

John A. Sturgill, Relator, against W. A. ^IcMillan ; to try title to 
office of sheriff of Ashe County; leave granted January 7, 1915. 



0. F. Blythe, Relator, against Michael Schenck; to try title to office 
of .solicitor of the Eighteenth Judicial District; Henderson County; 
leave granted March 2.5, 1915. 

8 

L. n. Smith, Relator, against J. D. Lcf ; to try title to office of mayor 
of Fuquay Springs; Wake County; leave granted Julv . .., 1915. 



EXHIBIT 



List of Cases Argued by the Attorxey-Gexeral axd Assistant 
Attorxet-Gexeral Before the Supreme Court, August Term, 
1914, February Term, 1915, August Term, 1915, and February 
Term, 1016. 

AUGUST TERil, 1914. 
(168 X. C. Report, page 101 ct seqiiittir.) 

1 

State V. Xorfolk Southern Railroad Company; from Wilson; blocking 
streets in violation of ordinance; special verdict; not guilty; State ap- 
pealed; affirmed. 

2 

State V. Beacon Supply Company ; from Vance ; keeping: guano within 
400 feet of dwelling-house in violation of ordinance ; defendant appealed ; 
new trial. 

3 

State V. Pollard; from Pitt; homicide; verdict of manslaughter; de- 
fendant appealed ; new trial. 

4 

State V. Xewsom ; from Greene; homicide; verdict of murder in the 
first degree; defendant appealed; certiorari and instanter certiorari 
ordered ; judgment affirmed on motion of Attorney-General. 



State V. McDraughon ; from Sampson ; motion of Attorney-General 
for certiorari October 6; motion for certiorari withdrawn, and motion 
of State to dismiss appeal October 20; appeal dismissed; motion of de- 
fendant to reinstate, December 8 ; motion denied December 17. 



State V. Rodgers; from "Wake; setting fire to ginhouse; defendant 
appealed ; affirmed. 

7 

State V. Batten; from Colunilnis; defendant appealed; appeal dis- 
missed on motion of Attorney-General for failure to print record or 
file brief. 



10 Document No. 6 [Session 

8 

State V. Powell ; from Pender ; liomicide ; verdict of murder in the 
second degree ; affirmed. 

9 

State V. Craft; from New Hanover; conspiracy to raise prices; de- 
fendant appealed; affirmed. 

10 

State V. Ross ; from ForsVth ; possession of cocaine for sale ; defend- 
ant appealed ; affirmed. 

11 

State V. Daye ; from Forsytli ; defendant appealed ; appeal dismissed 
for failure of defendant to file printed brief. 

12 

State V. Greer; from Forsyth; defendant appealed; appeal dismissed 
for failure of defendant to file printed brief. 

State V. Tripp; from Durham; sale of liquor; defendant appealed; v^ 
affirmed. 

14 

State V. Davis ; from Davidson ; possession of liquor for sale ; defend- 
ant appealed ; affirmed. 

15 

State V. Benton; from Anson; failure to work roads; defendant ap-| 
pealed ; affinned. 

16 

State V. Williams; from Mecklenburg; homicide; verdict of man-j 
slaiighter ; affirmed. 

17 

State V. Knotts; from Mecklenburg; secret assault; defendant ap-J 
pealed ; affirmed. 

18 

State V. Beatty; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed,! 
and dismissed under Eule 17. 

19 

State V. Smith; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, J 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 



1917] DocuMEXT Xo. 6 11 

20 

State T. Smith; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 

21 

State V. Cleveland; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 

22 

State V. Cleveland; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 

23 

State V. Cleveland; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 

24 

State V. Cleveland; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 



State V. Bailey; from Burke; sale of liquor; defendant appealed; 
affirmed. 



State V. Dalton; from Lincoln; conspiracy to injure business of rival; 
indictment quashed ; State appealed ; reversed. 

27 

State V. Southern Express Company; from Burke; transportation of 
liquors; special verdict; not guilty; State appealed; affirmed. 

28 

State v. Hannon ; from Polk ; abandonment ; defendant appealed ; 
affirmed. 

29 

State V. Heavener ; from Catawba ; homicide ; verdict manslaughter ; 
affirmed. 

30 

State V. Ford; from Cherokee; larceny, embezzlement, and false pre- 
tenses; verdict of not guilty ordered by court; entry stricken out and 
defendant appealed ; appeal dismissed as fragnientary. 



12 Document No. 6 [Session 

FEBEUARY TERM, 1915. 
(169 ]Sr. C. Report, page 263 et sequitwr.) 

31 

State V. Sermons ; from Hyde ; dealing in oysters without license ; 
special verdict ; not guilty ; State appealed ; reversed. 

32 

State V. Lipkin ; from Edgecombe ; lottery ; defendant appealed ; 
affirmed. 

33 

State V. Etheridge; from Edgecombe; enticing servant to leave; de- 
fendant appealed ; reversed. 

34 

State V. Bissett; from Nasb; defendant appealed; appeal dismissed 
under Rule 31. 

35 

State V. Kennedy; from Craven; homicide; verdict of murder in the 
second degree ; new trial. 

36 

State V. Lancaster ; from Craven ; affray ; indictment quashed ; State 
appealed; reversed. 

37 

State V. Howard; from Onslow; slander; defendant appealed; affirmed. 

38 

State V. Johnson; from Lenoir; retailing; defendant appealed; af- 
firmed. 

39 

State V. Wade ; from Lenoir ; fornication and adultery ; defendant 
appealed ; affirmed. 

40 

State V. Bridgers ; from Lenoir ; carrying concealed weapon ; defend- 
ant appealed ; affirmed. 

41 

State V. Seaboard Air Line Railway Company; from Wake; refusing 
to allow inspection of books ; both parties appealed ; in State's appeal 
reversed; in defendant's appeal dismissed; case pending in rhe Supreme 
Court of United States on writ of error. 



1017] Document Xo. 6 13 

42 

State V. Ya rbo rough ; from Franklin; defendant appealed; appeal 
docketed, and dismissed tinder Rule 17. 

43 

State V. Gibson; from Rookingliam ; false pretense; defendant ap- 
pealed ; reversed. 

44 

State r. Siler ; from Guilford ; practicing as nondrug-giving physician 
•without license ; special verdict ; not guilty ; State appealed ; reversed. 

45 

State V. Kennedy; from Stanly; homicide; verdict of manslaughter; 
defendant appealed ; affii'med. 

46 

State V. Trull ; from Mecklenburg ; homicide ; verdict of murder in 
the first degree ; affinned. 

47 

State V. Allison; from Iredell; burglary; verdict of burglary in first 
degree; affirmed. 

48 

State V. Lyerly; from Tvowan ; larceny; defendant appealed; affirmed. 

49 

State V. Haynie ; from Madison ; obstructing roadway ; defendant 
appealed; reversed. 

50 

State V. Wainseott; from Buncombe; selling intoxicating liquor; de- 
fendant appealed; affirmed. 

51 

State V. Holland; from Buncombe; defendant appealed; appeal dock- 
eted, and dismissed under Rule 17. 

52 

State V. Berry; from Ilavwood; failure of sheriff to return process; 
indictment quashed; State appealed; reversed. 

53 

State V. Tate; from Haywood; fornication and adultery; defendant 
appealed ; affirmed. 



14 Document No. 6 [Session 

54 

State V. Sheplierd ; from Macon; defendant appealed; appeal dock- 
eted, and dismissed under Eule 17. 

55 

State V. Shepherd ; from Macon ; defendant appealed ; appeal dock- 
eted, and dismissed under Rule 17. 

56 

State V. Shepherd ; from Macon ; defendant appealed ; appeal dock- 
eted, and dismissed under Eule 17. 



AUGUST TERM, 1915. 
(170 ^N". C, Report, page 682 eb sequUiir.) 

57 
State V. Medlin; from Wake; violation of Sunday ordinance; special 
verdict; not guilty; State appealed; reversed. 

• 58 

State V. Townsend ; from Robeson ; seizure of crop by landlord ; de- 
murrer to warrant sustained; State appealed; reversed. 

59 

State V. Johnson; from Cumberland; sale of wine; defendant ap- 
pealed ; affirmed. 

60 

State V. Hand; from Pender; homicide; verdict of manslaughter; 
affirmed. 

61 

State V. Taylor ; from Caswell ; failure to work roads ; defendant ap- 
pealed ; affirmed. 

62 

State V. Williams; from Granville; defendant appealed; appeal dis- 
missed. 

63 

State V. Goodson ; from Surry ; incest ; defendant appealed ; affirmed. 

64 

State V. Gibson ; from Rockingliam ; false pretense ; defendant ap- 
pealed; affirmed. 



1917J DocriiEXT Xo. 6 . 15 

65 

State V. Christie ; from Forsyth ; homicide ; verdict of murder in the 
first degree ; affirmed. 

66 

State V. Walker ; from Guilford ; homicide ; verdict of murder in first 
degree; affirmed. 

67 

State V. Elauiitia : from Guilford; possession of liquor for sale; de- 
fendant appealed ; affirmed. 

68 

State V. Freeze; from Guilford; larceny; defendant appealed; af- 
firmed. 

69 

State V. Turner ; from Guilford ; possession of liquor for sale ; defend- 
ant appealed ; affirmed. 

70 

State V. Earnhardt; from Stanly; failure to put felon in stripes; 
special verdict; not guilty; State appealed; affirmed. 

71 

State v. TTilkes; from Richmond; nuisance; defendant appealed; 
affirmed. 

72 

State V. McRae; from Anson; obtaining board without paying; de- 
fendant appealed; reversed. 

73 

State V. Ratliff; from Anson; seduction; defendant appealed; af- 
firmed. 

74 

State V. Brown ; from Gaston ; sale of liquor ; defendant appealed ; 
affirmed. 



State V. Lowry; from Gaston; homicide; verdict of murder in the 
first degree; affirmed. 

76 

State V. Parham; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; appeal 
docketed, and dismis.sed under Rule 17. 

77 

• State V. Brown; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Rule 17. 



16 DocuJiENT No. 6 [Session 

78 

State V. Oglesby; from Mecklenburg; defendant appealed; docketed, 
and dismissed under Eule 17. 

79 

State V. Jackson ; from Gaston ; defendant appealed ; docketed, and 
dismissed under Eule 17. 

80 

State T. Cooper; from Rowan; homicide; verdict of murder in first 
degree ; affirmed. 

81 

State V. Cline ; from Burke ; seduction ; defendant appealed ; new 
trial. 

82 

State V. Faggart ; from Cabarrus ; trespass on land ; defendant ap- 
pealed; new trial. 

83 

State V. Smitli ; from Montgomery; homicide; verdict of murder in 
the second degree ; afiirmed. 

84 

J 
State V. Stephens; from Catawba; arson; defendant appealed; af- 
firmed. 

85 

State V. Stephenson ; obstructing public highway ; defendant appealed ; 
affirmed. 

86 

State V. Jones; from Wilkes; forcible trespass; defendant appealed; 
new trial. 

87 

State V. Cathey; from Buncombe; defendant appealed; affirmed. 



State V. Jones; from Buncombe; defendant appealed; appeal aban- 
doned. 

89 

State V. Fossett; from Buncombe; possession of liquor for sale; de- 
fendant appealed ; affirmed. 

90 

State V. Randall; from Buncombe; sale of liquor; defendant appealed; 
affirmed. 



1917] DocuMEXT Xo. 6 17 

91 

State V. Catliey; from Buncombe; possession of liquor; defendant ap- 
pealed; affirmed. 



State V. Rogers; from Maeon; affray; defendant appealed; affirmed. 

93 
State V. Stewart ; from Graham ; affray ; defendant appealed ; affirmed. 

94 

State V. Ford; from Cherokee; defendant appealed; death of de- 
fendant suggested; action abated. 

95 

State V. Beal ; from ilacon ; assault with deadly weapon ; defendant ap- 
pealed; new trial. 

96 

State V. Upton ; from Swain ; homicide ; verdict of murder in the first 
degree; affirmed. 

97 

State V. Crisp; from Swain; homicide; verdict of manslaughter; af- 
firmed. 



State V. Peebles; from HayT\-ood; homicide; verdict of manslaughter- 
new trial. 



FEBRUARY TERM, 1916. 
(171 K C. Report, page 777 et seqidtur.) 

99 

State V. Morse; from Pasquotank; fornication and adultery; defend- 
ant appealed ; new trial. 

100 

State V. Lang; from Gates; seduction; defendant appealed; affirmed. 

101 

State V. Bass; from Jv^ash; violation of stable ordinance; defendant 
ippealed; reversed. 



18 Document No. 6 [Session 

102 

State V. Smitli ; from "Wilson ; defendant appealed ; docketed, and dis- 
missed under Rule 17. 

103 

State V. White; from Bertie; burning barn; defendant appealed; af- 
firmed. 

104 

State V. Johnson; from Cumberland; disbarment; State appealed; 
reversed. 

105 

State V. Merrick ; from 'New Hanover ; homicide ; verdict of murder in 
the first degree ; new trial. 

106 

State V. Home ; from 'Re'w Hanover ; homicide ; verdict of murder 
in first degree; new trial. 

107 

State V. Turner; from Durham; sale of liquor; defendant appealed; 
affirmed. 

108 

State V. Agey ; from Alamance ; selling investment certificates in vio- 
lation of Blue Sky Law ; defendant appealed ; affii-nied. 

109 
State V. Creed; from Surry; seduction; defendant appealed; affirmed. 

110 I 

State V. Little; from Anson; importing liquor; defendant appealed; 
reversed. 

Ill 

State V. Southern Express Company ; from Randolph ; transportation 
and delivering of liquor; special verdict; State appealed; advisari. 

112 

State V. Carlson ; from Henderson ; false pretense ; defendant ap- 
pealed ; affirmed. 

113 

State V. Dockery ; from Cherokee ; affray ; special verdict ; State ap- 
pealed; reversed. 



!'•!"] Document A"o. 6 19 

114 

State V. Davis; from Cherokee; violation of Sunday ordinance ; special 
verdict ; not guilty ; State appealed ; reversed. 



State v. ifoody; from Jackson; seduction; defendant appealed- 
tinued. ' 



115 
116 



State V. Wiggins; from Graham; homicide; verdict of murder in first 
degree; affirmed. 



SUMMARY OF CASES. 

Affirmed „„ 

,T . , 60 

A ew trial or reversed 9t 

Appeals dismissed 9 , 

Appeal abandoned ' ^^ 

Advisari ' ' ' ^ 

Appeal abated by death of defendant 1 

Appeal continued ■, 

Appeal by State reversed and by defendant dismissed.' .... 1 

T°t"' ^ 



CRIMINAL STATISTICS 



22 



Document No. 6 



STATEMENT A. 

Fall Tehm 1914-Spring Term 1915. 



Counties 


3 
^ 


1 

6 


■5 


S 


1 
fa 


1 

6 


-a 
S 

< 


i 


11 

1.1 
OQ 




40 
26 
34 
12 
135 
66 
29 
19 
11 

251 
46 
57 
59 
1 
21 
19 
47 
30 
75 
2 
7 
48 
59 
70 
36 
5 
7 
69 
29 
19 
76 
18 
135 
50 
134 
19 
23 
19 
43 
234 
4 

28 
104 
64 
4 
8 

7 
14 
71 
26 
13 


53 
6 
1 

43 

4 
5 

36 
70 
23 
29 




89 
31 
32 
54 

130 
64 
62 
83 
32 
48 

339 
49 
89 
80 
3 
29 
78 
54 
65 
72 
13 

78 
123 
184 
77 
17 
14 
99 
50 
88 
200 
51 
347 
182 
227 
41 
23 
109 
145 
226 
35 
40 
99 
112 
39 
60 
9 
67 
74 
38 
60 


4 
1 
3 
1 
9 
7 
3 
6 
2 
3 
62 
3 
3 
5 

20 
1 

4 

6 

1 
5 
9 
25 
9 
1 
1 
4 
2 
6 
12 
3 
68 
20 
12 
3 

5 

1 
24 

2 
10 
8 
4 

7 

3 
5 


64 
32 
14 
40 
87 
29 
30 
58 
34 
33 
295 
28 
66 
70 
3 
31 
60 
29 
42 
64 
8 
8 
60 
95 
132 
48 
13 
9 
66 
41 
01 
161 
42 
347 
126 
147 
15 
19 
92 
111 
120 
34 
20 
66 
95 
40 
55 

66 
61 
37 
38 


7 


10 










4 

11 
9 

25 
7 


1 

3 
13 

7 
17 








Ashe„.. 
















Bladen 






54 
21 
19 


1 
33 
3 
1 






150 1 - 


19 




6 
35 
26 

2 

28 
60 

39 
3 
11 
1 
35 
73 
139 
47 
13 
8 
34 
23 
75 
136 
36 
280 
152 
105 
25 


3 








Caldwell . . 


6 








5 
IS 
12 

6 
13 

2 


3 

1 

11 
1 




Caswell.. 






n 






Cherokee-__ 


1 


Chowan. 


2 


Clay 






19 
7 
17 
14 
3 
3 
11 
5 
12 
27 
10 
43 
39 
31 

15 
35 
40 


4 
4 
7 
5 

3 

22 
1 
6 
4 
1 
7 
21 
18 

7 






26 




53 




1! 




J 








i 




S 




IS 




3C 




1 




u 




11 




43 




S 




si 




95 
103 
16 
31 
14 

5 
56 
39 
59 

2 
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7 


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1 


Harnett 


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17 
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STATEMENT A— Continued. 



23 



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73 

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186 
82 
17 
30 

19 
8 
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41 
7 
3 

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12 
119 
33 
74 
21 
26 
100 
62 
13 
48 
6 
30 
95 
115 
81 
33 
6 
38 
35 
124 
28 
3 
97 
26 
117 
110 
32 
12 


15 
235 
1 
38 
3 
103 
11 
269 




22 

286 
7 

110 
9 

141 
54 

423 
82 
38 
81 

111 
56 
33 
18 

136 
19 
19 
77 
34 
40 

434 
35 
87 
71 
86 

162 
98 
30 

104 
35 
42 

113 

138 
81 
40 
12 
83 
70 

419 
96 
38 
93 
96 

108 

274 
34 
11 


1 

42 

1 

6 
2 
32 

1 
4 
6 
5 

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14 

14 
3 

11 

4 

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5 
9 
2 
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1 
16 
7 
3 
6 
6 
16 
24 
2 
2 


15 

208 
4 
59 
8 

107 
43 

248 
41 
29 
59 
86 
51 
25 
11 
94 
11 
14 
62 
21 
38 

355 
32 
49 
47 
52 
99 
81 
23 
SO 
20 
19 
78 

130 
57 
29 
6 
55 
66 

353 
75 
24 
62 
67 
62 

188 
19 
8 


8 
33 

1 
19 

3 
18 

8 
59 

6 
10 
16 

8 






Lenoir 


53 
2 
11 








Macon- 


22 






Martin 


3 

24 
11 












Mitchell 






22 
55 
60 
42 
25 
11 
98 
13 
17 
56 
30 
29 
352 
7 

19 
57 
54 
76 
50 
20 
67 
29 
16 
20 
28 
3 
9 
7 
46 
36 
311 
75 
38 
2 
76 
7 
188 
4 
1 


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6 




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18 














4 
6 
17 

5 
19 
10 


4 

2 
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9 
1 
3 
4 




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48 
5 

23 
16 
10 
19 
8 
9 
35 
6 
4 
9 
13 
21 
3 
4 
5 
1 
44 
9 
12 
9 
17 
15 
41 
3 
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60 
3 
21 
10 
25 
57 
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19 
26 








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12 
1 
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21 

38 
11 
5 
28 
18 

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Wake 












Watauga 




Wayne 




Willes.. .. 




Wilson 




Yailkin 














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4,709 


5.100 


21 


9,123 


707 


6.729 


1.324 


1.027 


750 





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[Session 



Recapitulation of Statement A. 



Total number criminal actions disposed of.. 

Males 

Females 



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White 

Colored 

Indians 



Total 

Convictions, including subm: 

Acquitted 

Nolle pros 

Othera 



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5,100 

21 


6,729 

1,324 

1,027 

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41 



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Fail Term. 1915-Sprino Term, 1916. 



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32 
44 

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111 
61 
83 
517 
34 
119 
74 
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62 
31 
80 
42 
13 
14 
54 
109 
152 
59 
7 
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57 
29 
147 
160 
78 
230 
107 
258 




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17 




8 
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8 
17 

9 

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10 

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4 
16 

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23 
12 

5 
24 








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11 


2 
7 
13 




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52 

1 
16 

2 
31 
19 
108 
42 

5 
12 
32 

5 

93 
93 
38 
151 
70 
94 
66 










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Cleveland.. 


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10 
11 
3 
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27 
3 
33 
38 
21 
24 
16 
40 
7 
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10 
24 
36 

8 
16 
37 
43 
59 

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Franklin .. 












Graham 




22 




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94 




113 

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115 
42 
125 
120 
61 
36 
11 
133 
49 
25 
14 


33 


Greene 


84 

113 




Guilfr.rd.. 




Halifax 


93 
18 
8 
60 
53 
27 
10 








15 
29 
25 


19 
3 








Henderson 




Henford 




Hoke 








Hyde 


3 
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5 




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3 

13 

12 1 




Jaekson 




Johnston 




Jones 


3 


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135 
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54 
52 

101 
84 
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13 
17 
29 
21 
3 
13 
26 
9 
9 
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109 
30 
25 
87 
70 
20 
59 
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111 

62 

59 
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19 

37 
139 

23 
3 

57 

24 
104 

85 

30 

56 


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4 

42 

1 

85 

8 

197 


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170 

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10 
2 
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3 

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1 

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3 
2 
5 
6 
2 
3 
2 
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13 
14 
10 
6 
2 
7 
14 
1 
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3 
3 
2 
6 

22 

2 

1 

4 

7 
16 
20 

3 


40 
93 
18 
96 
9 
90 
33 
190 
40 
43 
38 
56 
74 
31 
63 
55 
17 
30 
54 
29 
30 
102 
35 
68 
72 
51 
135 
103 
23 
81 
30 
5 

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104 
56 
28 
8 
26 
61 
281 
45 
11 
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55 
57 
141 
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50 


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16 

12 
5 
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15 


3 
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83 
46 
61 
45 
71 
44 








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49 
61 
29 
39 
73 
14 
36 
37 
44 
21 

159 
30 
39 
78 
45 

102 
69 
19 
57 

1 
33 
20 

9 

6 

8 
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41 
283 
37 
18 








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12 




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16 


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23 




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46 
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48 
30 
230 
73 


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17 
16 
15 
14 
13 
34 
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22 
10 
30 
7 
7 
2 
48 
10 
10 
13 
11 
22 
26 
10 
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26 
39 
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3 
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1 
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17 
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10 
7 
6 
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15 
92 
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102 

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125 

38 

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117 
128 
74 
59 
23 
40 
76 
400 
58 
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53 
64 
107 
179 
36 
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44 
32 






47 
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114 






Wilkes 








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4,905 28 


8,938 


691 


6,443 


1,491 


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Indians 

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Xolle pros... 

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4.696 

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STATEMENT E. 

VERAL COKSOLIDATED STATEMENT, EMBRACING REPORTS OF CRIMINAL ACTIONS 

889, TO July 1, 1916. 





From Jan. 1, 

1889, to July 1, 

1890. (18 moB.) 


From Julv 1, 

1890, to July 1, 

1892 


From July 1, 
1892, to July 1, 
1894 






10,437 




13,271 


13,255 

1.273 

9 






Males 


9,281 

1,152 

4 


12,006 
1,257 

8 
















Totals 




10,437 




13,271 






14,537 


White 


6,003 

4,414 

16 

4 


7,666 

5,584 

21 


7,780 

6,719 

29 

9 






















Totals 




10,437 




13,271 






14.537 


Convictions, including submissions 


6,326 

1,774 

2,192 

145 


8,513 
2,025 
2,649 

84 


9,454 
2,550 








2,437 
96 


















10,437 




13,271 






14.537 




96 


154 


125 
49 
28 
10 
53 
11 
15 
35 

2,493 
11,641 










15 

25 


32 
28 












Arson. . _ . 


14 

54 


12 
61 














68 
1,769 
8.396 


6$ 
2,188 
10,728 




















10,437 




13,271 






14,537 













•Murder divided into two degrees by chapter 85, Laws 1893. 

tHeretofore tabulated as simple assault. 

JHeretofore tabulated under the single head burglary. 



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STATEMENT E— Continued. 



From July I, 

1894, to July 1, 

1896 


From July 1, 

1896, to July 1, 

1898 


From July 1, 

1898, to July 1, 

1900 


From July I, 

1900, to July 1, 

1902 


From J\ily 1, 

1902, to July 1, 

1903 




17.079 


1 18.541 




16, 625 


1 17,610 




9.851 


13.693 




17,110 


15,345 




16,372 


9.082 




1.3S6 




1,431 




1,280 




1,238 




769 



















_ , 17,079 


1 18.541 




16,625 


17.610 




9,851 


9.125 


9,403 


8,625 




9.237 




5,273 




7,918 


9,070 


7,957 




S,349 




4,566 




36 




68 




43 




24 




12 
















17,079 


1 18.541 




16,625 




17,610 






11,258 


12,041 [ 


10,845 




12,019 




6,488 




2,822 


2,933 




2,324 




2,238 




2,133 




2.929 


3,345 




3,301 




3.158 




1,173 




70 




222 




155 




194 




57 






17,079 




18,541 




16,623 




17,610 




9,851 


82 




101 




160 




107 




48 




76 




68 




29 




84 




38 




33 




29 




26 




60 




13 




28 




42 




35 




37 




16 




59 




56 




64 




51 




34 




47 




16 




21 




13 




16 




« 14 




28 




51 




35 




22 




ft M 




43 




25 




45 




12 




T 99 




115 




93 




70 




31 




2,886 




2,977 




2,690 




1,907 




1,238 




13,704 




15,077 




13,432 




15,201 




8,383 






17.079 




18,541 




16,625 




17,610 




9,851 















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STATEMENT E— Continued. 





From July I, 

1903, to July 1, 

1904 


From July 1, 

1904, to July 1, 

1905 


From July 1, 

1905, to July 1, 

1906 






9,633 




9,584 




10 11/ 


Males _ 


8,934 
699 




8,332 
726 


9,024 
573 




















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9,633 




9,058 






White- 


4,890 

4,731 

12 


4,427 

4,616 

15 


4,940 

4,999 

58 






























9,633 




9,058 




9,59! 


Convictions, including submissions 


6,602 

1,238 

1,750 

43 


6,456 

1,083 

1,986 

59 


6,716 

1,215 

2,125 

61 




















9,633 


38 
59 
26 
18 
24 
14 
5 
35 
42 
1,023 
8,300 


9,584 




10,117 




60 
33 
33 
12 
39 
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7 
46 
1,023 
8,564 


54 
51 
23 
15 
35 
7 
6 
11 
31 
1,004 
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9,633 




9,584 




10,111 













*Miirder divided into two degrees by Chapter 85, Laws 1893. 
tHeretofore tabulated as simple assault. 
tHeretofore tabulated under the single head burglary. 



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STATEMENT E— Continued. 



From July 1, 

1906, to July 1, 

1907 


From July 1, 

1907, to July 1, 

1908 


From July 1, 

1908, to July 1, 

1909 


From Julv 1, 

1909, to July 1, 

1910 


From July 1, 

1910, to July 1, 

1911 




10,223 




10,680 




12,149 




9,505 




9,371 


9,313 




10,008 


11,178 


8,864 


8,788 




567 




672 




806 




584 




583 


















9,880 




10,680 




11,984 




9,448 




9,371 


4,677 


4,744 


5,662 


4,668 


4,384 




5,146 




5,715 




6,277 




4,765 




4,948 




57 




21 




45 




15 




39 


















9,880 




10,680 




11,984 




9,448 




9.371 


6.943 


7,372 


8,074 


6,146 


6,536 




1,293 




1,400 




1,699 




1,.341 




1.164 




1.926 




1,790 




2,315 




1,983 




1,544 




61 




118 




61 




35 




127 






10,223 


71 


10,680 




12,149 




9,505 




9,371 


61 


77 


53 


51 




63 




84 




71 




62 




96 




36 




29 




40 




26 




31 




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13 




20 




18 




20 




32 




49 




39 




39 




28 




8 




15 




7 




5 




21 




8 




14 




21 




7 




29 




39 




37 




32 




40 




26 




52 




80 




78 




80 




62 




1,099 




1,1.35 




1,526 




1,160 




1,136 




8,809 




1,527 




10,238 




8,025 




7.871 






10,223 


1 10.680 




12,149 




9,505 




9,371 

















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STATEMENT E— Continued. 





From July 1, 

1911, to July 1, 

1912 












Males 


8,847 
635 


















Totals 








White 


4,959 

4,497 

26 




Colored 




Indians 














Totals 






9,482 




6,470 

1.479 

1,475 

58 


















Totals-..'. 






9,482 




18 

135 

36 

7 

43 
27 
9 
48 
64 
960 
8,135 
















































Totals 






9,482 









•Murder divided into two degrees by Chapter 85, Laws 

tHeretofore tabulated as simple assault. 

JHeretofore tabulated under the single head burglary. 



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STATEMENT E— Continued. 



From July 1. 

1912, to July 1, 

1913 


From July 1, 

1913, to July 1, 

1914 


From July 1, 

1914, to July 1, 

1915 


From July 1, 

1915, to July 1, 

1916 






10.410 




11,099 




9.830 




9,629 


9,724 
686 


10,291 


9,123 


8,9.')8 








808 




707 




691 


















10,410 




11,099 




9,830 




9,629 


5,205 




5,437 


4,709 


4,696 




5,158 






5,634 




5,100 




4,905 




47 






28 




21 




28 


















10.410 




11,099 




9,830 




6.448 


9,629 


8,457 


8.001 


6,729 




1,297 






1,410 


1,324 




1,491 




641 






668 


1,027 




1,516 




15 






1.020 


730 




174 








10.410 




11,099 




9,830 




9,629 


3 






11 




8 




11 




193 






212 




190 




144 




58 






45 




49 




39 




23 






31 




20 




22 




49 






47 




47 




52 




24 






10 




15 




16 
1 
6% 




29 


38 


65 




97 






103 




126 




127 




916 






830 




1.353 




1,267 




9,018 






9,767 


7.957 




7,882 








10,410 




11,099 




9,830 




9,629 













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Alphabetical List of Cr 



STATEMENT F. 

i Committed from July 1, 1914 to July 1, 1916. 



Name of Offense 




6 


22 

►-3 




75 
9 

373 
15 
491 
1,305 
47 






Abduction 












Arson... 










1,099 
























34 
1 
14 




















65 










S21 












1 
14 








18 








74 
89 
72 




»l 




112 


Disposing of mortgaged property _. 


77 



Disturbing meeting 

Election laws 

Embezzlement 

Escape. 



Failure to list taxes 

Failure to work public road. 

False pretense 

Fish and game laws 

Food and drug laws 

Forcible trespass 

Forgery 



Fornication and adultery.. 

Gambling or lottery 

Health laws 

Housebreaking 

House burning , 

Incest 



Injury to property 

Intoxicating liquors 

Larceny and receiving.. 
Libel 



License, practicing profession without.. 

License, doing business without 

M anslaughter 

Military laws 

Municipal ordinances 

Murder — first degree 

M urder — second degree 



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15 




62 




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■54 
20 
105 




56 


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22 




er 






84 














■ 67 




57 








35 
30 
119 
909 




44 




44 




124 


Miscellaneous 


1,007 














9,830 

















Document ]^o. 6 



Transmitted by Attorney General to State Treasurer from At: 
RtJARY, 1916, Inclusive. 



State 11. Cralt 

State V. Ross 

State T. Daye- 

States. Gieer 

State V. Tripp 

State V. Davis 

State V. Williams 

Stater. Bailey 

State V. Dalto'n 

State r. Hannon 

State r. Heavener 

State V. Ford 

State V. Sermonjs 

State r. Lipkin 

State r. Howard 

State V. Johnson 

State V. Wade ___ 

State V. Bridgers 

Stater. S. A. L. Ry.. 

State V. Kennedy 

State V. Lyerly_ _ 

State V. Wainscott 

Stater. Berry 

State V. Tate 

State V. Medlin 

State V. Johnson 

State T. Hand 

State T. Taylor 

State V. Goodson 

State V, Freeze 

State V. Turner 

State V. Wilkes 

State V. Ratliff 

State V. Brown 

State V. Smith-- 

State V. Stephens 

State p. Stevenson... 

State V. Cathey 

State V. Fossett 

State V. Randall 

Stater. Cathey 

State V. Rogers 

State V. Stewart 

State V. Crisp- -.. 

State V. Lang 

State r. Turner 

State V. Agey 

State V. Creed 

State t>. Carlson 

State r. Davis 

Total : 



OPINIONS TO THE GOVERNOR 



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OPINIONS TO THE GOVERNOR 



Extradition — Exeiitivk Power After Coxmction in this State. 

November 17, 1914. 
Hox. Locke Craig, Governor of Xorth Carolina, Raleigh, X. C. 

My dear Sir: — Replying to your inquiry of yesterday with respect to the 
demand of the Governor of Alabama that certain prisoners now under con- 
viction and sentenced by the Superior Court of Mecklenburg County be re- 
turned to that State, I beg to advise: 

I have carefully reconsidered the facts and the authorities in the case, and 
am compelled to advise that under the laws and Constitution of this State 
your Excellency is without power or authority to make any order in the 
premises. The questions presented are not for executive but for judicial 
determination. 

As heretofore advised by this Department, your Excellency referred these 
questions to the judge of the Superior Court, who is the proper official to 
pass upon them. The judge made a full investigation of the facts and de- 
clined to release the prisoners. From that judgment the prisoners had the 
right to appeal to the Supreme Court. As a matter of fact, these prisoners 
did apply to Hon. J. E. Boyd, United States judge for the Western District of 
North Carolina, to be released in a habeas corpus proceeding, which judge, 
after a full hearing, remanded the prisoners to the custody of the State offi- 
cials. It thus appears that these men have been duly tried, convicted, and 
sentenced for crime committed in this State. They have been heard upon the 
very questions now presented, by the courts, both State and Federal. The 
only way your ExcelleuQ' could interfere with the conviction and the sentence 
imposed by the court would be to exercise your pardoning power. 

Of course, the State of North Carolina would desire to show every courtesy 
to the State of Alabama; but In the present state of the case the rights of 
these prisoners do not depend upon any comity existing between the two 
States, but upon the laws and Constitution of this State considered in connec- 
tion with the laws and Constitution of the United States. Such rights must 
be asserted through the judicial and not through the executive department of 
the Government. 

With much respect, I beg to remain. Very truly yours, 

T. W. BiCKETT, 

Attorneij-Generat 

COMMtTTATION — CHANGE OF SENTENCE. 

Hon. Locke Crai.^ Raleigh. X. C. December 22, 1914. 

Dear Sir: — Replying to yours of the 18th, I beg to advise that I am of 
opinion that you are without authority to make an order authorizing the pris- 
oners now in the jail of Hoke County to be hired out to private individuals. 

The General Assembly meets on January 6th, and the authorities of Hoke 
County can have a special act passed that would cover this and all similar 



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cases that might arise in that county. I have examined the authorities and 
am satisfied that the change in the sentence desired in these cases would not 
be a commutation within the meaning of the Constitution. 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett, 

Attorney-General. 



State Institution — Power to Contract Debt- to Purchase Land. 

April 5, 1915. 
Hon. Locke Craig, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — I am in receipt of a letter from the president of the A. and 
M. College for the colored race at Greensboro, desiring to know whether oi; 
not the college has the authority to contract a debt for the purchase of some 
land. He advises me that he has also written to you about the matter. 

Chapter 751 of the Public Laws of 1901 provides that no State institution 
shall contract any debt without positive and specific authority given by th( 
General Assembly, except as hereinafter directed. The act further provides 
that in cases of extreme emergency or dire necessity the executive head ol 
any such institution shall, upon recommendation of the Governor and his 
council, have authority upon the credit of the State to make such expendi 
tures as may be actually necessary to provide against any such emergency oi 
necessity. 

Chapter 515 of the Public Laws of 1905 repeals that part of chapter 751 of 
the Laws of 1901 which authorizes the Governor and his council to permit 
State institution to contract a debt in cases of extreme emergency and dir 
necessity. 

In view of these statutes, I am of opinion that the Council of State is with 
out authority to afford any relief in the premises. 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett, 

Attorney-General. 



Mitnicipal Corporation — Power of Governor to Appoint Officers. 

July 12, 1915. 
Ho\. Locke Craig, Governor. Raleigh. N. C. 

Dear Sir: — The question submitted, as to your power to appoint persons tc 
fill the offices of a municipal corporation for the remainder of the corporate 
year, has been under consideration. ; 

It seems that in a certain town the town officers failed to make provision 
for the holding of an election on the first Monday in May, as required bj 
law, and it has been suggested that this creates a vacancy which you should 
fill under the powers conferred by section 532S of the Revisal of 1905. 

Section 2943 of the Revisal provides that "they shall hold their offices in 
like manner (until other ofl^cers shall be elected or appointed and qualified), 
when there is any failure to make the annual election." 

Under this statute we beg to advise that there are no vacancies created by 
the failure to hold an election. 

We are not prepared to say Just what would be the best remedy for such a 
condition as that indicated in the correspondence, but we incline to the opin- 



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ion that municipal officers who fail to make provision for holding an election 
in the manner and at the time required by law may be indicted under section 
3592 of the Revisal for willfully omitting or neglecting to discharge the 
duties of their ofBce. That section further declares that if it shall also be 
proved that such officer corruptly omitted or neglected to discharge any of 
the duties of his office, he shall be guilty of misbehavior in office, and shall 
be punished by removal therefrom under sentence of the court as a part of 
the punishment tor the offense. Respectfully, 

T. H. Calvebt, 
Assistant Attorney-General. 



Militia — Jl-by Duty. 

January 26, 191G. 
Hon. Locke Craiu. Governor, Raleigh. N. C. 

My deab Sir: — The question submitted, whether contributing members of 
the State militia are liable to jury duty, has been under consideration. 

Section 4915 of the Revisal provides that "Each contributing member of 
every legally organized company shall be entitled to receive from the com- 
manding officer thereof of a certificate of membership, which certificate shall 
exempt the holder thereof from jury duty." 

Chapter 103 of the Public Laws of 1913 exempts active members of the 
National Guard from jury duty, and I am informed that it was held by some 
If not all of the judges holding the Superior Courts that this act impliedly 
repealed the part of section 4915 exempting contributing members from jury 
duty. With that construction this Department concurred. The General As- 
sembly of 1915 by chapter 217 amended chapter 103 of the Public Laws of 
1913 by adding the following proviso to section 3 thereof: "Provided, that 
no part of this act shall be construed as repealing, abridging, or in any way 
affecting sections 4914 and 4915 of the Revisal of 1908." 

I respectfully submit that the amendment of the act of 1913 by chapter 
217 of the Laws of 1915 seems clearly to restore the exemptions of contrib- 
uting members their jury duty provided for in section 4915. 

Respectfully, T. W. Bickett, 

Attorney-Genera I. 



Drainage Di.stbict — Effect of S.vle of Land fob A.ssessment. 

January 27. 1916. 
Col. J. P. Kerr, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — The question as to the effect of the sale of lands for assess- 
ment and taxes under the General Drainage Law of 1909, as amended by 
chapter 67 of the Public Laws of 1911, and the right of redemption, has been 
under consideration. 

There is no specific provision in the statute giving the owner of lands sold 
for failure to pay the taxes assessed thereon the right toi redeem, but there 
are several provisions clearly indicating that the general statute of the State 
giving the owner of land sold for nonpayment of State and county taxes the 
right to redeem is applicable to the sale of land under the Drainage Law; 
for instance, section 12 of the act of 1911 declares that "The said assessments 



74 Document No. 6 (Session 

shall thereupon have the force and effect of a judgment as in the case of State 
and county taxes"; that the assessments "shall be collected in the same man- 
ner and by the same officers as the State and county taxes are collected; 
that "in all other respects, except as to time of sale of lands, the existing law 
as to the collection of State and county taxes shall have application to the 
collection of drainage assessments under this act." 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett. 

Attorney-General. 



ExTRADiTiox — Surrender — Crime Committed in this State. 

March 31, 1916. 
Hon. Locke Craig, Governor of North Carolina. Raleigh, A'. C. 

My dear Sir: — Replying to your recent inquiry, I beg to advise: 

It appears that one was married in the State of in 1906, 

and about two months thereafter moved with his wife to the State of North 
Carolina. One child, now ten years old, was born of this marriage. The said 

: . is a locomotive engineer, and has continuously resided in the State 

of North Carolina from 1906 up to the present time, with the exception of a 
period of eighteen months, when he was assigned by the railroad company to 
a run which necessitated his living in another State. 

In 1913 the wife and child of said went to the State of 

the native State of the wife, and up to August, 1915, the said sent 

money to to contribute to the support of his child. Since August, 

1915, he has contributed nothing to the support of said child, and stands in 

dieted in the courts of for failure to support his child, such failure 

being a crime under the laws of that State. 

The said has not been in the State of since his wife and; 

child went there in 1913. The Governor of has made a requisition 

upon your Excellency for the arrest and delivery of the said to the 

agents of the State of In her affidavit the wife alleges she was sent 

away by her husband, and in his affidavit the husband alleges he was de- 
serted by his wife. But these facts are really without bearing upon the legal 
question presented by the record. 

Upon the undisputed facts in the case, I am of opinion that your Excellency 
is without authority to honor this requisition. 

The Constitution of the United States, Art. IV, sec. 2, declares: "A person 
charged in any State with . . . crime . . . who shall flee from justice 
and be found in another State shall, on demand of the executive authority of 
the State from which he fled, be delivered up to be removed to the State 
having jurisdiction of the crime." 

Pursuant to this provision of the Federal Constitution the Congress in 
Revised Statutes, sec. 5278, makes provision for the extradition of any person 
who is a fugitive from justice and has taken refuge in any one of the States 
of the Union. In harmony with the Federal Constitution and the act of Con- 
gress, the General Assembly of North Carolina, in section 3184 of the Revisal, 
provides for the arrest of fugitives from justice from other States. The 
Supreme Court of the United States has held that a person cannot be a fugi- 
tive from justice unless he was in the demanding S|ate when the crime was 
committed. Hyatt v. People. 188 U. S., 691. 



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In that case the language of the Court is: "We have found no case decided 
by this Court wherein it has been held that the statute covered a case where 
the party was not in the State at the time when the act is alleged to have 
been committed." We think the plain meaning of the act requires such pres- 
ence, and that it was not intended to include as a fugitive from the justice 
of a State one who had not been in the State when the offense was committed, 
and who had not, therefore, in fact fled therefrom. 

It is true that one may be constructively in a State when a crime is com- 
mitted, though actually he is in another State; and if by any proper means 
such a person comes into the custody of the State in which the crime was 
committed, he would be subject to the jurisdiction of its courts. But while 
constructive pre.sence is sufficient to give the courts of the State in which the 
crime was committed jurisdiction of the crime, it is not sufficient to authorize 
an e.xtradition under the Federal Constitution or under the act of Congress 
or under tlie North Carolina statute. This precise question was before the 
Supreme Court of North Carolina in the case of State v. Hall, 115 N. C, 811, 
and the Court held that constructive presence did not authorize extradition. 
This case is reported with a note attached in 28 L. R. A., 289, and tlie editor 
says: "The courts which have passed upon the question seem to agree with 
State v. Hall in holding that there can be no constructive presence." 

It is interesting to note that while our General Assembly enacted a law 
to meet the difficulty that confronted the Court in Hall's case, which was the 
ease where a man standing in North Carolina shot and killed a man in 
Tennessee, the General Assembly refrained from declaring that in all cases 
constructive presence would authorize extradition, but in terms limits such 
constructive presence to cases where death or injury in another State is 
caused by a force put in motion in this State. (Revisal, 3237.) 

The case of State v. Sanner, 81 Ohio St., 393, cited in the learned brief of the 
attorneys for the prosecution in that State, in no way militates against the 
conclusions herein reached. In that case the Court simply holds that one 
who fails to support his child is amenable to the laws of Ohio, though he 
may at the time such failure to support begins be living in another State. 
The reasoning of the Court is scientifically correct, and is supported by the 
authorities; but no question of extradition is presented in the record, and 
the opinion of the Court in no way alludes to this question. 

In the absence of a North Carolina statute conferring upon your Ex- 
cellency the right to honor a requisition in cases like the one now before you, 
I am constrained to advise that you are without power to order this man to 
be delivered to the authorities. 

I am, with great respect. 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bkkett, 

Attorney-Genrral. 



OPINIONS TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE 



I 



OPINIONS TO THE SECRETARY OF STATE 

Special Session — Statutes Not Ixci.uded in Proclamation. 

April 17, 1914. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State. Kaleirih. N. C. 

My dear Sir: — Your favor of the 17th inst., referring to this Department 
the question of the validity of the act passed at the special session of the Gen- 
eral Assem-bly of 1913, incorporating the Grimesland School District and 
authorizing the issue of bonds, has been under consideration. 

Objection is raised on the ground that the subject-matter of the statute 
was not incorporated in the Governor's proclamation calling the special 
session. 

The Constitution of North Carolina provides: "The Governor shall have 
power, on extraordinary occasions, by and with the advice of the Council of 
State, to convene the General Assembly in extra session by his proclamation, 
stating therein the purpose or purposes for which they are thus convened." 
Art. Ill, sec. 9. 

In the following States it has been held under the constitutional provisions 
quoted that the General Assembly is without power to pass a statute the 
subject-matter of which was not stated in the proclamation: 

Colorado: "But at such special session no business shall be transacted 
other than that specially named in the proclamation." Art. IV, sec. 9. 
Parsons v. People, 32 Col., 221. 

iLi.iNoi.'i: "And the General Assembly shall enter upon no business ex- 
cept that for which they were called together." Art. V, sec. 8. 
Ross V. Chicago, etc., R. Co., 77 111., 127. 

Missouri: "The General Assembly shall have no power, when convened 
in extra session by the Governor, to act upon subjects other than those 
specially designated in the proclamation by which the session is called." 
Art. IV, sec. 55. 

Wells V. Mo. Pac. R. Co., 110 Mo., 286. 

Montana: "It shall have no power to legislate on any subjects other than 
those specified in the proclamation, or which may be recommended by the 
Governor." Art. VII, sec. 11. 

State V. Claney, 30 Mont., 529. 

Nebraska: "When so convened, shall transact no business except such as 
relates to the object for which they were so convened, to be stated in the 
proclamation of the Governor." Art. II, sec. 12. 

Chicago, etc., R. Co. v. Wolfe, 61 Neb., 502. 

Nevada: "And the Legislature shall transact no legislative business ex- 
cept that for which they were specially convened, or such other legislative 
business as the Governor may call to the attention of the Legislature while 
in session." Art. V, sec. 9. 

Jones v. Keall. 3 Nev., 233. 



80 Document No. 6 [Session 

Tennessee: "But they shall enter on no legislative business except that 
for which they were specially called together." Art. Ill, sec. 9. 
Davidson v. Moorman, 2 Heisk. (Tenn.), 575. 

Texas: "There shall be no legislation upon subjects other than those desig- 
nated in the proclamation of the Governor calling such session, or presented 
to them by the Governor." Art. Ill, sec. 40. 

Manor Casino v. State, 34 S. W. Rep., 769. 

West Virginia: "But, when so convened, it shall enter upon no business 
except that stated in the proclamation by which it was called together." Art. 
VII, sec. 7. 

State V. Shores. 31 W. Va., 491. 

The above are the only States I have been able to find in which it has 
been held that the Constitution prohibits the passage of any statute at a 
special session on a subject not referred to in the call; but it will be noticed 
that in every instance the Constitution in express language prohibited the| 
passage of such a statute. 

The Constitution of this State contains no such language, but merely directs 
the Governor to state in the proclamation the purpose or purposes for which| 
the General Assembly is convened. 

In the State of Washington the Constitution in the article relating to thel 
powers of the Governor provides: "He may, on extraordinary occasions, con-j 
vene the Legislature by proclamation, in which shall be stated the purposesj 
for which the Legislature is convened." Art. Ill, sec. 7. 

In State v. Fair, 35 Wash., 127, the Court, after referring to the constitu 
tional provisions in some of the States above referred to, said: "But. inasmuchl 
as our Constitution does not restrict the Legislature, at its extra sessions, tol 
the consideration of the particular business for which it was convened, or toj 
such other matters as may be called to its attention, while in session, by the 
Governor, it would seem that the authorities relied on by appellant are notl 
applicable to the case at bar. . . . The Legislature was lawfully con-] 
vened by the Governor, and, not being limited by the Constitution to the con-j 
sideration of the legislative business for which it was called together, we 
think it had ample power and authority to enact the general saving statute 
of June 13, 1901; and it, therefore, follows that that act is constitutional and| 
valid. While the Constitution empowers the Governor to call extra sessions 
of the Legislature, and defines his duty respecting the same. It does noti 
authorize him to restrict or prohibit legislative action by proclamation 05 
otherwise." 

See. also, 

Morford v. Unger, 8 Iowa, 82. 

I therefore beg to advise that the General Assembly in the special session 
of 1913 had the power to pass the statute referred to in the inquiry sub- 
mitted, notwithstanding the sutject-matter of the statute was not incor- 
porated in the Governor's proclamation calling the special session. 

Respectfully submitted, T. W. Bickett, 

A ttorney-General. 
By T. H. Calvert, 

Assistant Attorney-General. 



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Grants — United States Stamps 

January 19, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

Dear Sir:— Replying to yours of the 18th, I beg to advise that I am of 
opinion, under the ruling of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue which you 
inclose, that stamps are required on certified copies of land grants, but not 
on the grants themselves. I think that where you certify to the accuracy 
of a copy of any record in your office, which copy is for the use and benefit 
of private individuals, the certificate ought to be stamped. This is based 
upon the ruling that "documentary stamps should be aflixed to certificates or 
other instruments issued for private use." 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett. 

A ttornetj-General. 



Alcohol — Sale dy Wholes.\le Drug Company. 

March 23, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Raleigh, X. C. 

Mv DEAR Sir:— Replying to yours of the 19th, I beg to advise: 

It appears that a wholesale drug company has been in the habit of selling 
grain alcohol to druggists throughout the State. It is desired to know 
whether or not this practice may be continued under the recent act of the 
General Assembly restricting the transportation and receipt of intoxicating 
liquors. Sections 1, 2, and 3 of the act in sweeping terms forbid the trans- 
portation or the receipt of spirituous or vinous liquors or intoxicating bitters 
or malt liquors in quantities greater than the amount specified in the bill 
Sections 9 of the act declares: "The provisions of this act shall not apply to 
grain alcohol received by duly licensed physicians, druggists, dental surgeons 
college, university and State laboratories, and manufacturers of medicine 
when intended to be used in compounding, mixing, or preserving medicine or 
medical preparations, or for surgical purposes, when obtained as hereinafter 
provided." 

Section 10 prescribes the method of obtaining grain alcohol when intended 
to be used for any of the purposes set out in section 9. I am of opinion that 
under the act the person or corporation receiving the grain alcohol must 
intend to use it for some of the purposes set forth in section 9. As I under- 
stand it. the wholesale drug company dees not itself intend to use the grain 
alcohol, but intends to sell it to other druggists, who do intend to use it for 
the purposes mentioned in the act. There is nothing in the act that permits 
a wholesale drug company to receive grain alcohol for the purposes of re- 
selling it; and, of course, this would apply to a retail druggist, who would 
not have a right to sell it to a physician. It may be that it was not intended 
to forbid sales of this kind, but I am bound to construe the law as I find it 
written, and think the conclusion above indicated is unavoidable. 

With much respect, I beg to remain, 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett. 

Altorney-GeneraJ. 



82 Document No. 6 [Session 

AxcoHOi, — Sale by Wholesale Drug Company — Sale by Retall Dbuogist. 

April 27, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grime.s, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — I am in receipt of your esteemed tavor of tlie 23d, and it 
seems that three questions are presented by the letters that are coming to 
your department and also to this one: 

1. Does a retail druggist in this State have a right to sell alcohol to an 
individual on the prescription of a physician? 

2. Does a wholesale druggist in this State have a right to sell alcohol to 
retail druggists? 

3. Does a retail druggist in this State have a right to sell alcohol to a 
physician? 

The first question admits of an easy answer. Section 8 of the recent act 
to restrict the receipt and use of intoxicating liquors declares: "All laws 
authorizing or allowing the sale of spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors or in- 
toxicating bitters by any medical depository, druggist, or pharmacist, be and 
the same are hereby repealed." 

Under this section I am clearly of opinion that no druggist has a right to 
sell alcohol to an individual upon the prescription of a physician. 

The second and third questions can be treated together, and I confess that 
I have not been able to reach a conclusion entirely satisfactory to myself. Of 
course, any opinion given by this Department is not binding on the courts, 
and affords no protection to the individual; but as many inquiries are com- 
ing In, I deem, it proper to give my view of the law. 

Section 9 declares: "The provisions of this act shall not apply to grain 
alcohol received by duly licensed physicians, druggists, dental surgeons, col- 
lege, university, and State laboratories, and manufacturers of medicine, when 
intended to be used in compounding, mixing, or preserving medicines or med- 
ical preparations, or other surgical purposes, when obtained as hereinafter 
provided." 

Section 10 declares how the alcohol may be obtained by the class of per- 
sons and institutions named in section 9 when intended to be used for the 
purposes therein designated, and is as follows: "Manufacturers of medicines, 
duly licensed physicians, hospitals, dental surgeons, college, university and 
State laboratories, and druggists may make written application to the clerk 
of the Superior Court of the county for a permit to receive by transportation 
by a common carrier grain alcohol intended to be used for surgical pur- 
poses and In compounding, mixing, or preserving medicines and medical 
preparations." 

My interpretation of the law is that the grain alcohol must be intended to 
be used for the purposes set forth in the statute by the person receiving the 
same, and that no one in this State has the right to receive grain alcohol 
for the purposes of selling it in this State to any of the persons designated in 
the statute, who intend to use it for the purposes prescribed. In other words, 
every person desiring alcohol for the purposes mentioned must make his 
own application and receive the alcohol from a common carrier and not from 
a dealer in this State. It follows that a wholesale druggist may not order 
alcohol for the purpose of selling it to retail druggists, nor may a retail drug- 
gist order it for the purpose of selling it to a physician. 



191"] Document 'No. 6 83 

This view of tlie law would seem to be sustained by the proviso which 
points out how alcohol may be received, to wit. "by transportation by a com- 
mon carrier." It is lawful for a man in this State to receive a quart of 
liquor every fifteen days; but this quart may not be sold in this State. So it 
is lawful for druggists and physicians and the other persons and institutions 
named in sections 9 and 10 to receive alcohol in any quantity they may need 
for the purposes named in the statute; but it does not seem that such alcohol 
may be sold in this State. Section 9 of the act provides that the act shall 
not apply to wines and liquors required and used by hospitals or sanatoria or 
Keeley institutes; but manifestly it would be unlawful for any one in this 
State to sell wines and liquors to such institutions. 

As indicated above, the meaning of the statute is not entirely clear, but I 
have adopted what appears to me to be the most reasonable construction of 
the statute as a whole. Very truly yours. 

-.j^ T. W. BiCKETT, 

■ Mtornet/'GeneraT . 

W CoRPOR.\Tiox— Use of Corporate Power.s a>-d Privileges. 

* April 1.3. 1915. 

Ho\. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

Dear Sir:— In reply to your favor of the 10th inst., inclosing letter asking 
whether under the circumstances named a corporation is using its corporate 
powers and privileges, I beg to say that we incline to the opinion that it is, 
it the work that is being done is being carried on in good faith. The letter 
states that the corporation is holding frequent meetings of stockholders and 
directors, making regular reports to the Corporation Commission, holding 
options on land necessary for its business, and employing engineers to obtain 
data necessary for the development of the property for the purpose of pur- 
chasing it and developing hydro-electric power. 

I should say that the question whether or not a corporation has forfeited 
it8 charter by nonuser under section 1246 of the Revisal can only be inquired 
into and taken advantage of by the State. 

See 

Boyd v. Redd, 120 N. C, 335. 

Yours very truly, T. H. Calvert. 
Assista}it Attorneiz-General. 

Bank Dkposit.s— Interest— Deposit by State TRE.\srRER 

I , ^ May 15, 1915. 

itios. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir:— Replying to your inquiry in regard to bank deposits, I beg 
Ito say that I am of the opinion that owing to the nature of the deposits made 
by you. consisting of a great number of small checks, and owing to the fact 
Ihat the money is paid over to the State Treasurer practically as soon as it 
is received. I do not think that it would be practicable for you to require the 
,)ank9 to pay any interest on balances. 
With kind regards. I beg to remain, 

Very truly yours, T. W. Pickett, 

Attorney-General. 



84 Document No. 6 [Session 

Foreign Corporatiox — Doing Business in the State — Holding Title to Land. 

June 2, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — The inquiry with respect to the suggested domestication of 
the Pacolet Gold Mining Company has been under consideration. 

The particular question submitted for an opinion is whether from the mere 
fact that a foreign corporation holds title to land in this State it is doing 
business in the State within the meaning of section 1194 of the Revisal of 
1915. 

Upon the very question submitted, I beg to advise that, so far as your de- 
partment is concerned, the company need not be required to domesticate on 
account of the mere holding of the title to land in North Carolina. It is 
proper, however, to say in this connection that the duty of the Attorney- 
General to advise the heads of the State departments has reference merely 
to the administrative work of the departments, and on the very facts pre- 
sented, and the opinion is not to be understood as passing upon the rights 
and liabilities which may arise from conditions which may otherwise be pre- 
sented. 

And so, in this case, our opinion goes to the point of advising you that, on 
the circumstances stated, the company need not be required to domesticate. 
If the company should enter into any general business relations in the man- 
agement of its property, it should then be required to domesticate. 

But in the event that the company should enter into any contract of lease 
or sale with respect to the property, no opinion we might give could prevent 
a person interested from raising the question of the company's right to enter 
into such contracts on the ground that the company had not acquired a right 
to do business in this State. And if the question were presented to the 
courts, any opinion this Department might give would have no weight with 
the courts on such judicial question. 

Whether the company should domesticate in order to protect its rights 
under any contracts of lease, sale, etc., is a judicial question about which it 
must be guided by the advice of its own attorney. 

Very truly yours, T. H. Calvert, 

Assistant Attorney General. 



Foreign Corpor.\tion — Doing Business in the State — Buying Logs 
FOR Shipment. 

July 13, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh. X. C. 

My dear Sib: — Replying to yours of the 10th inst., relative to whether or not 
a certain Tennessee corporation that proposes to buy logs in the State of 
North Carolina for the purpose of shipping them out of the State should be 
required to domesticate, I beg to advise: 

The case presented is not unlike the Peanut case, upon which we rendere'd 
you a decision on December 27, 1913. In that case the company had a buyer 
in this State who bought peanuts for it upon a commission, and the buyer, 
upon the peanuts being delivered to him, would at once ship them to a point 
outside the STate and draw a draft in favor of the purchaser against the 



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company for the amount of the peanuts purchased. This Department ad- 
vised that under such a state of facts the peanut company should be required 
to domesticate. 

Just what constitutes "doing business" in a State cannot be defined with 
rigid accuracy. The books abound in innumerable cases on the subject, and 
Thompson in his work on corporations says: "What constitutes doing busi- 
ness may be shown better by illustrations than by the statement of genera) 
principles," and the first illustration that he cites of doing business within 
the State is whether a company was engaged in buying timber and shipping 
it out of the State. 

Thompson on Corporations, sec. 6672. 
Chicago Mutual, etc., Co. v. Sims, 74 S. W., 128. 

In view of these precedents, and in view of the further rule that in cases 
of doubt the construction should be adopted which is in favor of the State, 
I am of the opinion that the Tennessee company under consideration should 
be required to domesticate. 

Very truly yours, T. W. Bickett. 

Attorney'-Genera!. 



C0RP0B.\Tr0N — TR-iNSFER OF PROPERTY AFTER DISSOLUTION. 

September 17, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. 0. 

My de.\r Sir: — The inquiry received with your letter of the 16th inst. has 
been under consideration. 

It seems that a corporation surrendered its charter about ten years ago 
without conveying real estate it then owned, and the question is whether 
those who were ofiicers of the company at the time of the dissolution may now 
make a deed. 

In reply thereto I beg to say that sections 1201 and 1207 of the Revisal do 
not seem to cover such a case as the one stated, that is, the right of a cor- 
poration through its old officers to convey real property so long a time after 
its dissolution. In the absence of statutory authority, the general rule is 
that a deed made by a corporation after its charter has expired is a nullity. 

Cook on Corporations, Vol. 2, sec. 641. 
Thompson on Corporations, Vol. 5, sec. 6.556. 

We would suggest, therefore, that the property would best be disposed of 
by a proceeding in the Superior Court asking for the appointment of a com- 
missioner to sell the properly and distribute the proceeds. If all the parties 
In interest are known, they may join in the petition, or if there is objection 
on the part of some, one or more of the stockholders may bring the proceed- 
ing and make others parties defendant. 

Very truly yours. T. H. Cai.vert, 

Assistant Attorney-General. 



86 Document No. 6 [Session 

Corporation — Certificate Signed by Two op Three Incorporators — 
Application for Dissolution — Verification. 

December 18, 1915. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — Replying to the two inquiries in your favor of tlie 15th inst. 
As to the first, I beg to say that wliere there are only three incorporators in 
a certificate of incorporation it need be signed and acknowledged only by a 
majority of them, that is, by two. The name of the third one will appear in 
the body of the certificate in the list of subscribers for stock. 

With respect to the second question, as to whether or not an application for 
dissolution under section 1195 of the Revisal which purports to be signed by 
all the stockholders should have an affidavit by the president and secretary 
attached, I beg to say that we think that the practice in your department 
requiring such an affidavit is the proper one. The statute does not in terms 
require this in the part of the section referring to dissolution on consent in 
writing by all the stockholders, but the statute should be so understood in 
order that your department may have proof of the signatures of the consent- 
ing stockholders. Very truly yours, T. H. Calvert, 

Assistant Attorney-General. 

Grant — Proof of Payment on Old Entry'. 

May 18, 1916. 
Hon. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, lialeigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir: — The question submitted on the application for a grant of 
Cherokee lands upon Entry No. 7616, of June 8, 1874, has been under consider- 
ation. 

The question arises on the sufficiency of the proof of payment to the State 
on the following certificate of the register of deeds and ex offlcio entry taker 
of Cherokee County, accompanying the application: 

"I, W. P. Odom, register of deeds and ex officio entry taker for Cherokee 
County, North Carolina, do hereby certify that Joseph L. Whitener has paid 
the State of North Carolina for a tract of land, being Entry No. 7616, contain- 
ing 50 acres, as appears in the records of my office and other evidence on file 
therein." 

Our attention has been called to section 2444 of The Code of 1883, which 
provides; 

"Hereafter, the receipts of the agent of the State for the collection of Chero- 
kee bonds, showing that full payment has been made for any tract of land in 
the counties of Haywood, Macon, or Cherokee, together with the proper cer- 
tificate of sale, transfer, deed or warrant, and certificate of survey, shall be 
sufficient evidence on which the Secretary of State may Issue a grant to the 
purchaser or enterer of said tract of land." 

Replying to the inquiry, I beg to advise that section 2444 merely makes the 
receipts of the agent of the State sufficient evidence on which a grant may be 
issued, but does not exclude other and proper sufficient proof of payment. 
The Secretary of State may, therefore, consider any other proof of payment 
which may be offered, and the certificate of the register of deeds and ex offlcio 
entry taker may properly be accepted as such proof. 

Very truly yours, T. H. Calvert, 

Assistant Attorney-General. 



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May 18, 1916. 
Hox. J. Bbtax Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sib: — The question submitted on the application for a grant of 
Cherokee lands upon Entry No. 1293, of June 1, 1853, has been under consider- 
ation. 

The question arises on the sufficiency of the proof of payment to the State 
on the following certificate of the register of deeds and ex officio entry taker 
of Cherokee County, accompanying the application: 

"I, W. P. Odom, register of deeds and ex officio entry taker for Cherokee 
County, North Carolina, do hereby certify that it appears from the records of 
my office that L. H. Whitener entered a tract of land in said county, being 
warrant or entry No. 1293, and assigned same to Joseph L. Whitener, and 
that it further appears from the records and other evidence on file in my 
office that said Joseph L, Whitener has paid the purchase money in full to 
the State of North Carolina for said tract of land." 

Our attention has been called to section 2444 of The Code of 1883, which 
provides: 

"Hereafter, the receipts of the agent of the State for the collection of Chero- 
kee bonds, showing that full payment has been made for any tract of land in 
the counties of Haywood. Macon, or Cherokee, together with the proper cer- 
tificate of sale, transfer, deed or warrant, and certificate of survey, shall be 
sufficient evidence on which the Secretary of State may issue a'grant to the 
purchaser or enterer of said tract of land." 

Replying to the inquiry, I beg to advise that section 2444 merely makes the 
receipts of the agent of the State sufficient evidence on which a grant may be 
issued, but does not exclude other and proper sufficient proof of payment. 
The Secretary of State may. therefore, consider any other proof of payment 
which may be offered, and the certificate of the register of deeds and ex officio 
entry taker' may properly be accepted as such proof. 

Very truly yours, T. H. Calvert. 

Assistant Attorney-General. 



COBPORATIOX I.SSUINC, SCTtlP FOR MERCH.Wni.SE. 

October 12. 1916. 
Ho.\. J. Bryan Grimes, Secretary of State, Raleigh, N. C. 

My dear Sir:— Your favor of the 3d inst., asking whether or not a corpora- 
tion should be permitted to issue scrip to circulate in payment for merchan- 
dise at its own commissary, has been under consideration. 

In reply thereto I beg to say that this Department should not officially 
advise as to whether certain acts come under the condemnation of the crim- 
i