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BIENNIAL REPORT 



SECRETARY OF STATE 



State of Oregon 



FROM OCTOBER I, 1904, TO SEPTEMBER 30, 1906 



TWINTT-PODBTH 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

RBSUUR SBSSION 



1907 




SALEM, OREGON 

J. R. WHITNEY, 8TATE PRINTER 
1900 



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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY 

Of State Officers, State Boards, Commissions, Schools and Col- 
leges, State Institutions, Circuit Judges, District Attorneys, 
and County Officers, Compiled by the Secretary of State, 
December 1, 1906 : 

STATE OFFICEBS. 



Terra expires January, 1911. 

Governor George E. Chamberlain 

Secretary of State Frank W. Benson 

State Treasurer George A. Steel 

Supt. of Public Instruction J. H. Ackerman 

Attorney General A. M. Crawford 

State Printer W. S. Dunlway 



Salem 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem 

Salem 



Salem 



Charles W. Fulton- 



Blnger Hermann 
J.N. Williamson — 
Willis C. Hawley ... 
W.R. Ellis 



United States Senator. 
Term expires March 4, 1909 



.Astoria 



United States Representatives. 

Term expires March 4, 1907 

Term expires March 4, 1907 

Term expires March 4, 1909 

__. Term expires March 4, 1909 



_. Roseburg 
-Prineville 

Salem 

.Pendleton 



Supreme Court. 

Chief Justice Robert S. Bean Salem 

Associate Justice Frank A. Moore Salem 

Associate Justice Robert Eakin Salem 

Clerk J. i. Murphy Salem 

Reporter R. G. Morrow Portland 



Bailiff.. 



P. H. Raymond 

TERMS. 

At the Capital, first Monday in March and October each year. 
At Pendleton, first Monday in May and November each year. 



— Salem 



Circuit Judges. 



First Judicial District 



Second Judicial District—, 



Third Judicial District.. 



•it 



H. L. Benson Klamath Falls 

H. K. Hanna Jacksonville 

. W. Hamilton Roseburg 

I L. T. Harris Eugene 

{George H. Burnett Salem 
William Galloway McMlnnville 

r Dept. 1— Arthur L. Frazer Portland. 

J Dept. 2— A. F. Sears, Jr Portland 

' j Dept. a— John B. Cleland Portland 

«, Dept. 4— C. U. Gantenbeln Portland 

Fifth Judicial District— i Thos. A. McBride Oregon City 

Sixth Judicial District * H. J. Bean Pendleton 



Fourth Judicial District.. 



1 65992 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



Seventh Judicial District 

Eighth Judicial District 

Ninth Judicial District 

Tenth Judicial District 



W. L. Bradshaw 

Wm. Smith 



The Dalles; 

Baker City 



George E. Davis Canyon City 

T. H. Crawford •_. La Grande- 



Prosecuting Attorneys. 



First Judicial District 



Second Judicial District 

Third Judicial District 

Fourth Judicial District 

Fifth Judicial District 

Sixth Judicial District- 

Seventh Judicial District.. 

Eighth Judicial District 

Ninth Judicial District 

Tenth Judicial District 



I First Prosecuting 
Attorney District 
Second Prosecuting 
Attorney District 

..George M. Brown 

..John H. McNary 

..John Manning 

..Harrison Allen 

..Gilbert W. Phelps 

..Frank Menefee 

..Leroy Lomax 

.J. W. McCulloch 

_F. H. Ivanhoe 



A. E. Reames 

Jacksonville 
W. J. Moore, 
Lakevlew 

Roseburg 

Salens 

Portland 

Astoria 

Pendleton 

The Dalles- 

... Baker City 

Vale- 

.— La Grande* 



Judicial Districts. 
First District. 
First Prosecuting Attorney District 



Second Prosecuting Attorney District 

Second District. 
Curry County 
Douglas County 

Third District. 
Polk County 
Tillamook County 
Fourth District. 






Benton County 
Coos County 

Linn County 
Marion County 



Multnomah County 

Clatsop County 
Clackamas County 

Morrow County 



Crook County 
Gilliam County 

Baker County 
Grant County 

Union County 
Secretary of State . 



Fifth District. 
Columbia County 

Sixth District. 
Umatilla County 

Seventh District. 
Sherman County 
Wasco County 

Eighth District. 

Ninth District. 
Harney County 

Tenth District. 
Wallowa County 

Insurance Commissioner. 



! Jackson County 
Josephine County 
Klamath County 
Lake County 

Lane County 
Lincoln County 

Yamhill County 



Washington County- 



Wheeler County- 



Malheur County 



.Salem- 



Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspector of Factories and Workshops. 
O. P. Hon* Commissioner Salem 



J. W. Bailey. 



Oregon Dairy and Food Commissioner. 



Portland 



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JT. W. Baker. 



-Albert R. Sweetser— 



Em lie Francis Pernot— 



Game and Forestry Warden. 

State Biologist.- 

State Bacteriologist. 



-Cottage Grove 
Eugene 



.Corvallls 



Kobert C. Yenney, M. D.. 



State Health Officer. 



State Engineer. 



John H. Lewis 



Xibrarian 



— Portland 



-Salem 



State Library. 
Ed N. Gllllngham . 



-Salem 



Oovernor.. 



State Board of Education. 

..-Secretary of State Supt^ of Public Instruction 



Meets first Monday in each month. 

Board of Public Building Commissioners. 



Governor- 
Secretary.. 



..Secretary of State.. 
-W. N. Gatens 



—State Treasurer 
Salem 



Meets first Monday in each month. 

State Land Board. 

•Governor ... . Secretary of State 

Clerk ,. G. G. Brown 



..State Treasurer 
Salem 



• Meets second and fourth Tuesdays in each month. 
State Land Agent. 



Oswald West.. 



-Salem 



• Board of Fish Commissioners. 

^Governor Secretary of State State Treasurer 

H. G. Van Dusen Master Fish Warden . Astoria 

Meets first Tuesday after the first Monday In each month. 



State Insane Asylum, Salem. 

•Governor Secretary of State 

'Superintendent J. F. Cal breath 

Clerk of the Board of Trustees W. N. Gatens 

Meets first Monday in each month. 

State Penitentiary, Salem. 

Trlson Inspector 

Superintendent C. W. James 



—State Treasurer 

Salem 

Salem 



...Governor 
Salem 



State Beform School, Salem. 

TRUSTEES. 

-Secretary of State 



Oovernor 

Superintendent N. H. Looney— ^. 

Clerk of the Board of Trustees W. N. Gatens 

Meets first Monday in each month. 



State Treasurer 

. Salem 

Salem 



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Oregon School for Deaf- Mutes, Salem. 

TRUSTEES. 

8tate Board of Education, ex officio. 

Superintendent : E. 8. TllUnghast Salemr 

Clerk of the Board Supt. of Public Instruction Salera 

Meets first Monday in each month. 

Oregon Institute for the Blind, Salem. 

TRUSTEES. 

State Board of Education, ex officio. 

Superintendent George W. Jones Salem 

Clerk of the Board Supt. of Public Instruction Sal en* 

Meets first Monday In each month. 

Oregon Soldiers' Home, Boseburg. 

General Supervisor Governor 

Commandant W. W. Elder Roseburg: 

State Military Board. 

Commander-in-Chief Governor Salem 

Adjutant General William E. Finzer Portland' 

Inspector General Jas. Jackson Portland 

Judge- Advocate General Cecil H. Bauer Portland: 

Surgeon General Chas. T. Chamberlain, M. D Portland 

Commissary General Al Waddle Portland 

Senior Line Officer, O. N. G Chas. E. McDonell Portland 

State Board of Text-Book Commissioners. 

C. A. Johns Baker City 

H. W. Scott Portland 

>V. M. Colvig Jacksonville 

P. L. Campbell Eugene 

M. A. Miller Lebanon 

State Board of Medical Examiners. 

W. E. Carll, Treasurer Term expires 1907 Oregon City 

A. B. Glllis Term expires 1908 Salem 

B. E. Miller, Secretary Term expires 1900 Portland 

A. C. Panton Term expires 1910 Portland 

W. S. Mott Term expires 1911 Salem 

State Board of Pharmacy. 

Zadoc J. Rlggs, Treasurer Term expires 1907 Salem 

Kittle W. Harbord Term expires 1908 Salem 

J. M. A. Laue Term expires 1909 Portland 

Geo. C. Blakley, President Term expires 1910 The Dalles 

C. G. Huntley, Secretary Term expires 1911 Oregon City 

State Board of Dental Examiners. 

R. L. Lincoln Term expires 1907 La Grande 

Geo. Larkln Term expires 1W07 Newberg 

L. Bundy Term expires 1908 ' Medford 

H. H. Ollnger Term expires 1909 Salem 

E. A. Vaugban Term expires 1909 Pendleton. 



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State Board of Health. 

Andrew C. Smith, M. D.,Pres Term expires 1907 Portland 

Alfred C. Kinney, M. D.,V. Pres Term expires 1907 k Astoria 

C. J. Smith, M. D. . Term expires 1907 Pendleton 

W. B. Morse, M. D. Term expires 1909 — - 8alem 

E. B. Pickel, M. D Term expires 1909 Ashland 

E. A. Pierce, M. D Term expires 1909 Portland 

R. C. Yenney, M. D Secretary . Portland 

State Veterinary Board. 

Alex Reid Term expires 1905 lone 

William McLean Term expires 1907 Portland 

James Withycombe Term expires 1907 Corvallls 

8. J. Carney Term expires 1907 Portland 

D. C. McNabb Term expires 1909 Pendleton 

State Board of Agriculture. 

W. H. Downing, President Term expires 1907 Salem 

Jasper Wilkins Term expires 1907 Coburg 

W. F. Matlock Term expires 1908 Pendleton 

Mark Hurlburt Term expires 1909 Albany 

F. W. Durbin Secretary Salem 

Frank Lee Term expires 1910 Portland 

State Board of Horticulture. 

Judd Geer Term expires 1907 ■ Cove 

R. H. Webber Term expires 1907 The Dalles 

C. A. Park Term expires 1907 -J • Salem 

A. H. Carson Term expires 1900 Grants Pass 

Jas. H. Reed Term expires 1910 Milwaukle 

Wilbur K. Newell, State at 

large, President Term expires 1910 Dllley 

Oregon Domestic Animal Commission. 

Governor Secretary of State Pres. State Board of Agriculture 

State Veterinarian William McLean Portland 

Meets first Wednesday in January, April, July, October in each year. 

State Board of Pilot Commissioners. 

Sylvester Farrell Term expires 1907 Portlaud 

George Noland Term expires 1907 Astoria 

A. W.Pendleton Term expires 1907 Astoria 

Albert C. Ross Secretary ._ Astoria 

State Board of Immigration Commissioners. 

Charles K. Henry : Portland 

Peter Hume Brownsville 

W. G. Gosslin Portland 

W. M. Coivig Jacksonville 

J. C. Cooper McMlnnvllle 

State Board of Optometry. 

Herman W. Barr Salem 

C. W. Lowe Eugene 

E. O. Mattern 1 Portland 



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8a Report of Secretary of State. 

Oregon Library Commission. 

Governor Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Pres. State University— ..•.___ Librarian of Library Association, Portland 

W. B. Ayer -_, Term expires 1910 . Portland 

Cornelia Marvin, Secretary.., Salem 

Board of Inspectors of Child Labor. 

W. G. Eliot, Jr Portland 

H. G. Kundret, Chairman Portland 

Mrs. Millie R. Trumbull, Secretary Portland 

Mrs. Belle M. Wright Union 

Mrs. Sarah A. Evans Oswego 

Barbers' Board of Examiners. 

W. Wanner Term expires 1907 Portland 

R. R. Wallace Term expires 1900 Astoria 

H. G. Meyer, Secretary Term expires 1910 Salem 

University of Oregon, Eugene. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

S. H. Friendly Term expires 1907 Eugene 

J. C. Alns worth — * Term expires 1909 Portland 

N. L. Butler Term expires 1911 Monmouth 

J. W. Hamilton Term expires 1918 Roseburg 

F. V. Holman Term expires 1915 Portland 

Wm. Smith Term expires 1915 Baker City 

C. A. Dolph r Term expires 1915 Portland 

M. A. Miller ITerm expires 1917 Lebanon 

R. S. Bean, President Term expires 1917 Eugene 

P. L. Campbell President of Faculty Eugene 

L. H. Johnson s. Secretary, University Steward Eugene 

State Agricultural College, Corvallis. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

State Board of Education, ex officio. 
Master of State Grange, ex officio. 

Clara H. Waldo Term expires 1906 Macleay 

J. D. Daly, Secretary Term expires 1906 Corvallis 

B. F. Irvine, Treasurer Term expires 1906 Corvallis 

J. T. Apperson Term expires 1910 Oregon City 

W. P. Keady Term expires 1910 Portland 

J. K. Weatherford, President Term expires 1910 Albany 

J. D. Olwell Term expires 1912 Central Point 

"Walter M. Pierce Term expires 1912 Pendleton 

W. W. Cotton Term expires 1912 Portland 

Thomas M. Gatch President of Faculty Corvallis 

State Normal School Monmouth. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

State Board of Education, ex officio. 

B. Young Term expires 1907 Astoria 

H. L. Fenton Term expires 1907 Dallas 

J. F. Calbreath Term expires 1907 Salem 

C. E. Wolverton Term expires 1909 Portland 

S. B. Eakin Term expires 1909 Eugene 



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J. B. V. Butler, Secretary Term expires 1909 Monmouth 

A. Sweek, Term expires 1911 Portland 

B. Schofleld, President.- Term expires 1911- Forest Grove 

A. Noltner Term expires 1911 Portland 

E. D. Ressler President of Faculty Monmouth 

Southern Oregon State Normal School, Ashland. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

State Board of Education, ex officio. 

J. 8. Herndon Term expires 1907 Ashland 

R. P. Neil 1 Term expires 1907 Ashland 

A. J. Sherwood Term expires 1907 Coqullle City 

Lee Beall Term expires 1909 .Lakevlew 

A. Martin Term expires 1909 Klamath Falls 

John O. Booth Term expires 1909 Grants Pass 

F. H. Carter Term expires 1911 Ashland 

H. C. Kinney, President Term expires 1911 Grants Pass 

W. I. Vawter Term expires 1911 Med ford 

B F. Mulkey Presidenl of Faculty Ashland 

C. H. Thomas Secretary . Ashland 

Eastern Oregon State Normal School, Weston. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

J. H. Raley Term expires 1907 Pendleton 

R. Alexander Term expires 1907 Pendleton 

F. M. Saxton Term expires 1909 Baker City 

W. M. Blakley. Term expires 1909 Pendleton 

P. A. Worthington, Secretary Term expires 1909. — Portland 

G. W. Proebetel Term expires 1911 Weston 

Jerry Stone Term expires 1911 Athena 

Robert C. French President of Faculty Weston 

Central Oregon State Normal School, Drain. 

BOARD OF REGENTS. 

State Board of Education, ex officio. 

Joseph Lyon, President Term expires 1907 Drain 

R. Veatch Term expires 19071 Cottage Grove 

B. R. Boswell Term expires 1907 Boswell Springs 

Dexter Rice Term expires 1909 Roseburg 

J. A. Black Term expires 1909 Drain 

W. W. Kent Term expires 1909 .. Drain 

J. D. Matlock Term expires 1911 Eugene 

W. A. Perkins Term expires 1911 Drain 

W. W. Wilson Term expires 1911 Yonoalla 

C. E. Hasard —Secretary Drain 

W. H. Dempster President of Faculty Drain 



Note.— County officers of the several counties of the State hold office for the term 
of two years from and after the first Monday in July, 1904, except county Judges and com- 
missioners, who hold office for four years ; county assessors, who hold office for four years 
from and after the first Monday In January, 1905; and county school superintendents, 
who hold office for four years from and after the first Monday in August, 1904. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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09unt§ i 



Judge. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas.. 

Clatsop 

Columbia ___ 

Coos 

Crook 

Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine ... 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn. 



Malheur 

Marlon 

Morrow 

Multnomah. 
Polk. 



.1 Baker City 

Corvallis 

Oregon City 

Astoria 

St. Helens 

CoquilleCUy 

Prlnevllle 

Gold Beach 

Roseburg 

Condon 

Canyon City 

Burns 

Jacksonville 

Grants Pass 

Klamath Falls . 

Lakevlew 

Eugene 

Toledo 

Albany 



Sherman 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco 

Washington ... 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



Vale 

.._. Salem.. 

■ Heppner 

, — Portland 

— Dallas 

. I Moro 

' Tillamook ... 

. Pendleton __. 

La Grande.. _ 

. I Enterprise... 

The Dalles 

I Hlllsboro 

Fossil 

i McMinnviUe 



I 



. Messick, John B. (/>) 

. Woodward, E. (R) 

.., Dlmick, Grant B. (R) 

..■ Trenchard, C. J. (Z)) 

. Hat tan, R. S. (Z>) 

., Hall, John F. (/>) 

. Bell, W. A. (R) 

.. Bailey, E A. (R) 

-1 Wonacott, Geo. W. (2>> 

.i Dunn, Edward (D) 

.iMcHaley, R. R. (R) 

. Rector, J. P. (D) 

..] Dunn, Geo. W. (i?) 

. Jewell, Stephen (D) 

.Griffith, John B. (D) 

. Daly, B. (£>) 

.-! Chrisman, G. R. (R) 

.iSwope.B. F.(R) 

J Stewart, C. H. (/>) 

. Richardson, B. C. (D) 

-Scott, John H. (R) 

. Avers, T. W. (Z>) 

-i Webster, Lionel R. (R) 

-ICoad. EdF. {R) 

.: Bourhill, Geo. B. (R) 

. Goodspeed, H F. («) 

. Gilllland, T. P. (R) 

. Henry, J. C. (R) 

_, Corklns, O. M. (D) 

.'Lake. A.E. (R) 

j Goodin, J. Wesley (R) 

. Hoover, W. W. (D) 

. Bird, R. P. (R) 



COUNTY OFFICERS -(Continued.) 



County. 



Sheriff. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos 

Crook _ 

Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant _. 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah. 

Polk 

Sherman 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco _. 

Washington . 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



Comb«, Jr., A. B. (D) Rand, Ed (D) 

Vincent, T. T.(R) Burnett, M. P. (Z>) 

Greenman, F. W. (R) Beatie, R. B. (Z>) 

Clinton, J. C. (R) Pomeroy, Merrltt R. {/?) 

Harris, W. A. (R) White, Martiu (R) 

Watson, James (R) Gage, W. W. (D) 

Brown, Warren (D) Elklns, Frank (R) 

Smith, Geo. W. (R) Marsters, S. E. (Z>) 

Agee, Zopher N. (£)) McClallen, H. T. (R) 

Jar vis. Pearl (R) Rogers, R. M. [D) 

Schroeder, Win. (D) Ambrose, John W. (R) 

Mothershead, Sam (D) Richardson, A. K. (Z» 

Coleman, W. R.(R) Jackson, David H. (R) 

Cheshire, S. F. (R) Russejl, W. J. (D) 

Chastaln, Geo. (J)) Obenchaln, Silas {R) 

Jaqulsh, E. N. (JK)._ Dent, Albert (R) 

Lee, E. U. (R> Fisk, Fred (/» 

Wade, Ira (R). _..; Ross, J. H. (R) 

Miller, J. W. (R) : Smith, D. S. (/>) 

Mulkey, B. W. (D) Odell, Robert iR) 

Allen, K. D. (R) i Culver, W. J. (R) 

Hill, W. O. (R) Shutt, E. M. {R) 

Fields, F. S. {R) Stevens. Robert L. (R) 

Smith, E. M. {R) Grant, J. M. (/>) 

McDanel, H. S. (R) ; McCoy, W. B. {R) 

Lamb, G. B. (R). ' Crenshaw, Henry (R) 

Sallng, Frank {R) Taylor, T. D. (/>) 

Gilham, J. B. (R) _. Chllders, Frank P. (/>) 

French, J. A. (Z>)._ Blakely, J. M. (D) 

Bolton, Simeon (R) Chrisman, Levi {R) 

God man, E. J. (R) Connell, J. W. (R) 

Butler, G.O.(R) Ray, Geo. M. iD) 

Jones, G. W. (/2).._ Corrlgan, M. F. (D) 



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COUNTY OFFICERS-(Om«nu4?d.) 

County. CfommfofofMr. | OMMtiMiojicr. 

| 1 

Baker Fisher, Henry K. (R) Cropp. William F.(R) 

Benton Rlckard, Peter (/» i Smith, Geo. W. {R) 

Clackamas Lewellen. John (R) Killin, T. B. (R) 

Clatsop I Larson, William (22) , Masten, C. C. (R) 

Colombia ' Libel, Caspar (R) | West, H. (R) 

Coos I Anderson, E. A. (JR) i Spires, Lloyd (R) 

Crook ' Stearns, H. S. (R) ' Bayley, R. H. (R) 

Curry . I Cooley, W. J. (D) Sypher, E B. (ft) 

Douglas I Young, Jas. C. (R) Nichols, A. E. (JR) 

Gilliam I Dyer, J. W. (R) ! Snell. B. T. (R) 

Grant ' Porter, Allen (R) Trowbridge, B. C. (R) 

Harney '- \ Stallard.L. N. (D) Best, W. L. (It) 

Jackson Brown, Geo. (R) Patterson, Josh ua(i?) 

Josephine Logan, J. T. (R) I Wertz, M. A. (R) 

Klamath Walker, W. A. (Z>) ; Melhase, Fred (D) 

Lake ' Dent, C. W. (R) ' Heryford, H. R. (R) 

Lane j Price, H. M (JR) Edwards, H. D. (2?) 

Lincoln Fogarty. John (D) Thompson, F. A. (i2> 

Linn Butler, T.J. (R) I Powelf/H. R. (D) 

Malheur Glover, G. B. (D) ' Scott, W. J. (R) 

Marlon ! Needham, I. C. (R) | Goulet, W. Bt. iR) 

Morrow I McCarty, W. G. (D) Griffin, F. M. (R) 

Multnomah ' Barnes, Frank C. (.ft) 1 Llghtner, W. L. (R) 

Polk I Rlddell, William (R) \ Teal. J. B. (R) 

Sherman Walker, Wm. (R) 1 Chlsholm, Duncan (R) 

Bodyfelt, Geo. W. (R) LoerpabeL George («) 

Lee, H. B. (JB) i Walker, Horace {R) 

Selder, J. M. (R) ! Brown, Ben («) 

Wilson, W. C. ID) I Litch, Samuel (i?) 

Stoughton, C. H. (R) I Hlbbard, H. J. (R) 

Butner, W. J. {R) j Buchanan. C. B. (R) 

Brown, John M. (R) I Slgfrit, John L. (D) 

Yamhill I Booth, R. L. (2>) , Waddel, A. M. (R) 

COUNTY OFFICERS -(Continued.) 



Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco 

Washington 

Wheeler 



Baker : , Ison, Dr. Virgil S. (D) I 

Benton I Wilkins, 8. N. (R) Newton, E. J. (R) 

Clackamas . Holman, R. L. (R) Ramsby,Chauncey E.(i?> 

Clatsop I Pohl, Wm. C. A. (D) ^ 

Columbia Cliff, H. R. (R) 

Coos . I Mln«us, Everett (R) j 

Crook Newsom, G. 8. (R) , ^ _. 

Curry i Green, Dr. T. C. (R) ; 

Douglas Hammitte. W. B. (Z>) i Agee, Zopher N. (/)) 

Gilliam . Darling, W. A. (R) ..., !..-!..I-..- 

Grant | Fell, J. H. (R). 

Harney Marsden, W.L.,M.D.(22)_ 



Jackson Kellogg, A. E. {R) ' Burnett, R. T. (R) 

Josephine Beard, T. E. {R) 1 

Klamath , Martin, William {R) ' 

Lake Harris, F. E. («) ,._. 

Lane Gordon, Wm. T.(/2)— ' 

Lincoln ' Carter, F. M. (R) 



Linn Fortralller, Wm. (R) \ Froman, Grant (R) 

Malheur 1 Farley, James H. (R) . , Mulkey, Ben W. (D) 

Marion i Clough, A. M. (R). | Drager, D. G. (R) 

Morrow I Yeger, J. L. (Proni) _ _ _. 

Multnomah Ftnley, J. P. (R) i._ 

Polk i Chapman, R. L. (R) _ _ — 

Sherman Logan, R. W. (R). i McDanel, H. S. (R) 

Tillamook _„, Southwick, W. E. {R) ! 

Umatilla Folsom, Ralph (R) i Hendley, F. W. (R) 

Union . . Hall, M.K. (D) Proctor, D. H. (R) 

Wallowa Seely, E. R. (JR) , 

Wasco Burget, C. N. (R) ! 

Washington Brown, E. U. {R) , Ireland, Willis (R) 

Wheeler » 



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COUNTY OFFICERS-(a>n«nued.) 



Count}/. 



Baker 

Benton 

-Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos 

Crook 

Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn -. 

Malheur 

Marlon 

Morrow 

Multnomah... 

Polk_.._ 

Sherman 

"Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco 

Washington ». 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



Jett. John H. (Z>) 

Buchanan, W. A. (Z>) 

Paddock, J.C. (ft) 

Kherman, Wm. A. (ft)— 

Ross, Edwin (ft) _ 

Dulley. J. B. (ft) 

King. W. F. (ft)—. 

Caughell, Jas. (ft) 

Sawyers, Jas. E. (ft) 



Moore, E. W. (ft). 

Boley, N. H. (ft) 

Dalton, J. M. ?/>)._ 

Cronemiller, Jas. M.(ft). 
Taylor, J. T. (/>). 



Lewis, L. Alva (ft) 

Ahlstrom, F. O. (R) 

Eastland, Robt. E. (R).. 
Hyde, J. L. (ft)_ 
llkl 



8ehool Superintendent. 



Pay ton, John A. (/)) 
Demnan.G. W. (ft) 
Zineer, J. C. (ft) 
-I Warren, Emma C. 
'Copeland.I. H. (ft) 
Bunch. W. H. (R) 
Dinwiddie, C. B. (/>) 
Johnson, Ames S. (R) 
Hamlin, F. B. (ft) 
McArthur, G. T. (ft) 
Mcintosh, C. J. (ft) 
Rigby, M. E. (ft) 
Daily, P. D. (ft) 
Savage, Lincoln (.ft) 



Wight, J.G. (ft) 
t Dlllard, W. B. (J2) 



Wiriots, J. < 



Elkins, James (R) 

Clark, Elmer A (ft) 

Richardson, W. Y. (R) 

Noble, E. G. (D) ' 

Lewis. John M. (ft) I 

Beezley, J. E. (R) 

Stanley, W. (ft) , 

Todd. P. W.CD) 

Bradley, G. W. (ft) 

Frawley, John (ft) 

Reavis, Frank A. (D) 

Donnell, M. Z. {R) — 

Jackson, W. M. (.ft) 

Lamb, A. B. (R) 

Foster, H. Z. (.ft) 



Bethers, George (R) 
Jackson, W. L. (D) 
Milllgan, B. L. (Z>) 
Moo res, E. T. (ft) 
Stratton.8 I. (Z>) 
Robinson, R. F. (R) 
Starr, C. L. (ft) 
Bryant, W. C. (R) 
Wiley, W. W. (R) 
Welles, Frank K. (R) 
Bragg, E. E. (D) 
Kerns, J. W. (ft) 
Neff, Justus C. (ft) 
Case, M. O.(ft) 
, Simmons, H. J. (2» 
Alderman, L. R. (ft) 



COUNTY OFFICERS -(Concluded.) 



County. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos ■_ 

Crook 

Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn.. 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah 

Polk — 

Kherman 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa . 

Wasco 

A\ ashing ton 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



Fleetwood, Jerre (ft) 

Davis, T. H. (/» 

Nelson, J. F. (ft).— 
Cornelius, T. S. (R). 

Laws, A. T. (R) 

Thrift, T. J. (D) 

LaFollette. John D. (2>) 

Marsh. A. J. (ft).. 

Staley, Geo. W. (R) 

Shelton, A. J. (D) 

Bon ham, C. w. (ft) 

Loggan, J. E. (ft). 



Applegate, Peter (i2)_ 

Fallln, W. H. (i?) 

Lee, J. P. (D) 

West, W. D. (D) 

Keeney, B. F. (ft) 

Lutz, J. H. (D) 



McKnight,D. B. (ft)_ 
Payne, S. L. (R). 



Foster, Chas. M. (ft) 
Jones, T. A. (D) 
H ungate, S. A. D. (ft) 
Astbury, R. C. F\ (ft) 
Watts, W. T. (ft) 
Cathcart, S. B. (ft) 
McFarland, W. B. (Z>) 
CunnlffJr^D. (D) 
Edwards, Oscar (ft) 
Mc Morris, J. A. (D) 
Duncan, J. E. (R) 
Jordan, F. M. (R) 
Jones, Garl T. (R) 
Lawton, D. J. (ft) 
Williams, M. D. (ft) 
Moore, C. E. (Ind) 
Collier, C. M. (R) 
Derrick, Z. M. (D) 
Fisher, H. G. (R) 
Smith, Edwards N 



(*) 



Rice, F.J. (ft). Herrick, Jr., B. B. {R) 

Connor, W. S. (ft) Heath, Victor (ft) 

Sigler, B. D. (ft). Holbrook, Phllojr. (R) 

Graves, C. S. ift) ; Van Orsdel, J. P. (ft) 

Peetz, Otto (ft) _ _ Pemberton, Fred R. (R) 

Hare, A. M. (ft) _ ~ ' ~ 

•Strain, C. P. (D) 

Morton, J. H. (D) 

Pace, Samuel (D). 

Stogsdill, Asa G. (ft) 

, Wilcox, Geo. H. (R) ' Walker, L. C. (ft) 

j Scott, R. E. (/;)._ Glenn, Maurice (R) 

Hubbard, J. E. (ft) Jones, R. W. (ft) 



Sappington, F. L. (ft) 
Kimbrell. J. W. (R) 
Curtis, Arthur (D) 
Merryman, H. K. (Ind) 
Mohr, A, W. (ft) 



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13a, 



LIST OF MEMBERS 

OF THE 

TWENTY-FOURTH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

OF THE 

STATE OF OREGON 

REGULAR SESSION CONVENES AT SALEM, OREGON, JANUARY 14, 1907. 

(Compiled and Issued bt the Secretary of State, July 1, 1906.) 

SENATE. 



Kay. T. B — 

Smith, J.N 

Miller, M. A 

Miller, Frank J 

Bingham, I. H. 

Coshow, 0. P.* 

Booth, R. A.* 

Coke, J. S.* 

Mulit, L. L 

Laycock, J. A.* 

Johnson, A. J 

Wright, G. 8.* 

Laughary JJ. S.* 

Caldwell, fr. H 

Hedges, Joseph E. 

Haines, E. w> 

Hodson, C. W.* 

Bailey, A. A. 

Malarkey, Dan J.* 

Mays. F. P.* 

Sichel, Slgmund* 

Nottingham, C. W.*~ 

Beach, 8. C 

Scholfleld.W.T 

Whealdon,N.* 

Bowerman, Jay* 

Cole, W. G 

Smith, C. J 

McDonald, Peter* 

Hart, J. N 



Salem 

Salem 

Lebanon 

Albany 

Eugene ." 

Roseburg 

Eugene : . 

Marshfield 

Ashland 

John Day 

Corvallis 

McMlnnville 

Dallas 

Newberg 

Oregon City 

Forest Grove 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Astoria 

The Dalles 

Condon 

Pendleton 

Pendleton 

Alicel 

Baker City 



Political duignoUon. 



Republican \ 
Republican \ ~~° 
Democratic. 

Republican 

Republican 

Democratic. 

Republican 



Republican 

Democratic 



Republican. 



Republican 

Republican 



Republican 

Democratic 
Democratic 
Republican 



Republican 



Republican. 

Republican] 

Republican 

Republican j 

Republican 

Republican j 

Republican. 

Republican.. 

Republican. 



Republican 

Democratic- 
Republican 



Republican.. 



DUtriet. 



No. Countl— t embraced . 



21 



Marlon. 

Linn. 
(Linn. 
(Marlon. 

Lane. 

Douglas. 
( Douglas. 

< Josephine. 
(Lane. 
(Coos. 

\ Curry. 
Jackson. 

{Crook. 
Grant. 
Klamath. 
Lake. 
Benton. 
(Lincoln. 

< Tillamook. 
(Yamhill. 

Polk. 
Yamhill. 
Clackamas. 
Washington. 
(Columbia. 

< Multnomah. 
(Washington^ 
(Clackamas. 
(Multnomah. 



Multnomah. 



Clatsop. 

Wasco. 

( Gilliam. 

< Sherman. 
(Wheeler. 

( Morrow. 

< Umatilla. 
I Union. 

Umatilla, 
f Union. 
\ Wallowa. 
( Baker. 

< Harney. 
(Malheur. 



Republicans, 24 ; Democrats, 6. (*) Elected in 1901. 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Davey, Frank -. 

Settlemler, J. H 

Rodgers, Geo. F.-— . 
Reynolds, Lloyd T.-_. 
Simmons, Jerome D- 

Holt, Arthur M 

Brown, F. M. 

Upmeyer, E. E 

Eaton, Allen H. 

Washburne, B. A 

Edwards, Isaac N 

Jackson, C. 8 — 

Gray, J. 8 

Chase, W. C 

Rackleff, Ed 

Jewell, L. L 

Perkins, Julian W— 
Kubli, Henry D 

Vawter, Wm. I 

Carter. V. A.. 

McCallon, B. H 

Jones, B. F 

Bones, J. W 

Crawford, F. A. 

Beals, A. G 

Purdy, B. F 

Barrett, W. N 

Newell, Wilbur K. — 

Huntley, C. G 

Jones, Linn E 

Dye, C. H 

Campbell, James U.- 
Adams, L. H. 

Bayer, J. C 

Buetgen, N. D 

Beverldge, Jos. W 

Burns, David C. 

Chapin, Willard H.„. 

Coffey. John B 

Drlscoll, John 

Farrell, Robert 8 

Freeman, Frank F.~ . 
Northup, Harry E.— . 
Wilson, Robert W.~. 

Brtx, Asmus 

MeCue, John C- 

Connell, Elmer T 

Belknap, H. P. 

Merryman, George H 

Slusher, W. M 

Steen.C.W 

Barrett, C. A 

Dobbin, Jay H 

Moore, Walter 

Rothchild, Herman- 
King, Gilbert L 

Pike, B. F 

Donnelly, R. N 

Hendrick,J.F.~- 

Knowles, Philip W.- 




Salem 

Woodburn 

Salem 

Salem, R. F. D. 9 

Woodburn, R. F. D 

Albany 

Brow ns ville 

Harrlsburg 

Eugene 



Springfield 

Junction City_ 

Roseburg 

Gardiner 

Coqullle 



Langlols 

Grants Pass 

Medford 

Applegate 

Medford 

Albany, R. F. D. 4 

Dallas 

Independence 

Sheridan . 



Dayton 

Tillamook City . 

Gaston 

Hillsboro 

Dilley 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Oregon City 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

i Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Astoria 

Astoria 

Deer Island 



Republican] 
Republican 

Republican V 

Republican | 
Republican J 
Republican) 
Republican >._. 
Republican ) 
Republican) 

Republican > 

Republican } 
Republican ) 
Republican j — 
Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican ) 
Republican J " 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican ) 
Republican / — 

Republican 

Republican) 
Republican }►__. 
Republican ) 
Republican) 
Republican >— . 
Republican J 

Republican 

Republican ' 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican """ 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican 

Republican , 

Republican' 

Republican '""" 

Republican 



Prlneville Republican) 

Klamath Falls Republican J - 



Pendleton . 
Milton 



Athena . 
Joseph 

Baker City 

North Powder- 
Ontario 



OwnKm «mhrac«d. 



Marlon. 



Linn. 



Lane. 



4 Douglas. 

5 ' Coos. 
u /Coos. 
I Curry. 
7 Josephine. 

Jack eon. 



/Douglas. 
(Jackson. 

10 Benton. 

11 Polk. 

12 If Polk. 

" t Lincoln. 

18 Yamhill. 

n /Tillamook. 

14 t Yamhill. 

15 Washington. 



16 Clackamas. 



17 



/ Clackamas. 
(Multnomah. 



Moro 

Richmond 

Cascade Locks. 
Dufur 



Republican 

Republican ) 
Republican j "" 

Republican 

Republican 

Democratic _ 

Republican 

Republican ) 
Republican j — 

' Republican ) 
Republican j 



18 Multnomah. 



J 19 Clatsop. 

., 20 Columbia. 

I f Crook. 

,,, l Grant. 

- Zl 1 Klamath. 

I Lake. 

«o /Morrow. 

- a \ Umatilla. 

j 28 Umatilla. 

*>a /Union. 

-' M \ Wallowa. 



! 25 Baker. 

t 26 Union. 

I «. /Harney. 
a )Maheur. 

I ( Gilliam. 

28 ^Sherman 

(Wheeler. 

29 Wasco. 



Republicans, 59; Democrats,!. 



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REPORT. 

Salem, Oregon, December 15, 1906. 

I have the honor to submit this, my fourth and last report 
of this department of the State Government, embracing the 
period from October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive. 

As heretofore, it contains all the statements and exhibits 
required by law and such others as are deemed necessary to 
give full information as to the financial transactions of this 
department during the period embraced, and such as are nec- 
essary to give a full understanding of the financial concerns of 
the State, and of the receipts and disbursements of the public 
funds in detail. 

All claims accruing prior to October 1, 1906, presented for t 
payment up to October 20, 1906, were audited before closing 
the report, and have been included, so as to embrace all trans- 
actions occurring during the biennial period intended to be 
covered by the report. 

The character and arrangement of the statements and tables 
herein are the same as in my preceding report. The following 
is a list of the statements and exhibits : . 

Statement I. Summary of cash receipts and disbursements 
of the various funds. (Pages 1-12.) 

Statement II. Semi-annual balances in the treasury reported 
to the Governor. (Pages 13-14.) 

Statement III. Balances September 30, 1904, of the General 
Fund appropriations of 1899-1900, amounts drawn and bal- 
ances unexpended September 30, 1906. (Page 15.) 

Statement IV. Balances September 30, 1904, of the General 
Fund appropriations of 1901-1902, amounts drawn and bal- 
ances unexpended September 30, 1906. (Page 15.) 

Statement V. Balances September 30, 1904, of the General 
Fund appropriations of 1903-1904, amounts drawn and bal- 
ances unexpended September 30, 1906. (Pages 16-19.) 



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Statement VI. Amounts of the General Fund appropria- 
tions of 1905-1906, purposes for which appropriated, receipts 
special funds from October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, in- 
clusive, amount of warrants drawn, and balances unexpended 
September 30, 1906. (Pages 20-30.) 

Statement VII. Amount of <c certificates of evidence of allow- 
ance of claim " issued for expenses authorized by law. (Page 30.) 

Statement VIII. List of claims filed and disallowed and re- 
ferred to the Legislature for action. (Pages 31-32.) 

Statement IX. Amount of taxes due from the several coun- 
ties of the State September 30, 1906. (Page 33.) 

Statement X. Abstract of the levy of taxes for the year 1905, 
and summary of the assessment of the State for the year 1904. 
(Pages 34-38.) 

Statement XI. Abstract of the levy of taxes for the year 
1906, and summary of the assessment of the State for the year 
.1905. (Pages 39-53.) 

Statement XII. Alphabetical list of all corporations filing 
articles of incorporation and the amount of fees paid by each. 
(Pages 54-83.) 

Statement XIII. Alphabetical list of trade marks filed and 
recorded. (Pages 84-89.) 

Statement XIV. List of Commissioners of Deeds for Oregon. 
(Page 90.) 

Statement XV. List of Executive appointments. (Pages 90- 
93.) 

Statement XVI. Biennial appropriations for the several 
State institutions, and expenditures thereof, from January 1, 
1889, to September 30, 1906, inclusive. (Pages 94-105.) 

Statement XVII. State census 1905 by counties. (Pages 
106-107.) 

Besides the foregoing statements will be found abstracts of 
votes cast at the general election held June 4, 1906, for State 
officers and on measures and questions referred to the people 
(page 107) and statements showing the expenses of the various 
counties of the State for the years 1904 and 1905 (page 107). 



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Report of Secretary of State. 17a 

The exhibits following show the disbursement from each 
separate appropriation and special funds, together with a list 
of warrants drawn in payment of each claim. Itemized vouch- 
ers covering every claim are on file and subject to your inspec- 
tion and order. 

It is the aim, in submitting the above statements and exhibits, 
to bring before the Executive and your Honorable Body every 
fact that bears upon the financial condition of the State, so that 
in dealing with the questions of appropriations and other im- 
portant financial matters which will be brought before you, and 
which you will be called to pass upon, you may have a full and 
complete understanding of the situation. 

REFERENDUM OF APPROPRIATION BILL. 

In order that one may obtain a clear understanding of the 
financial condition of the State it is necessary to preface any 
report thereon by explaining the referendum on House Bill 
No. 370 (Chapter 229, Laws of 1905), passed by the last Legis- 
lature appropriating money for the payment of the expenses of 
the maintenance, repairs, improvements, and equipment and 
general expenses of the asylum, penitentiary, reform , deaf-mute, 
and blind schools, and the university, agricultural college, and 
normal schools. It will be noticed that reference to this matter 
is frequently made in setting forth the financial conditions of 
the State. The bill was passed by the Legislature in the usual 
manner and filed by the Governor in this office. The sum ap- 
propriated covered the objects and purposes named for the two 
years beginning January 1, 1905. It contained no emergency 
clause, consequently could not go into effect until May 20, 1905 
— ninety days from the end of the session. In the mean time 
we were obliged to await the uncertainty of the referendum being 
demanded and no warrants could be issited, as the law provides 
none shall be issued until appropriation is available. It was 
not considered advisable to issue certificates of audit and allow- 
ance to cover claims incurred during this period, for the reason 
that in the event the referendum was not demanded we would 
be obliged to call them in and issue warrants. 
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A referendum petition was, however, filed with the requisite 
number of signers, ordering the act referred to the people for 
approval ov rejection at the regular election to be held June 4, 
1906, and placed on file in this office until its approval or re- 
jection. 

Certificates of evidence of allowance of claims were then 
issued for all claims incurred in the maintenance of the insti- 
tutions for which there is specific authority, namely, the asylum, 
penitentiary, reform, deaf-mute, and blind schools, and for the 
transportation of the insane and convicts, rewards for arrests 
and the returning of fugitives from justice — 2,002 certificates 
being issued for the sum of $419,527.11. 

On June 4, 190(5, the vote was had on the measure and re- 
sulted in its approval, 43,918 in favor and 26,758 against, out 
of a total of 99,445 ballots cast at the election. 

On June 25, 1906, the Governor issued his proclamation de- 
claring the act approved and to be in full force and effect as a 
law, making all the appropriations at once available, necessi- 
tating the issuance of warrants on the Treasurer in payment of 
the certificates theretofore issued and the auditing of the claims 
of the normal schools which had been running on credit since 
the beginning of the period covered by the appropriation. 

The filing of the referendum petition was the means of in- 
creasing the cost of maintaining those' institutions which the 
law provides shall be maintained, such as the asylum, peni- 
tentiary, reform, deaf-mute, and blind schools. Also forced 
those persons having claims against these institutions for sup- 
plies to either hold them or discount them to obtain cash ex- 
pected when the claim was incurred, besides necessitated much 
additional work in this office. Just how much additional ex- 
pense it has caused the State, owing to the appropriations 
therefor not being available, cannot be definitely stated. In- 
creased charges for supplies probably average ten percent, and 
interest claims, of which a number have already been pre- 
sented, will probably amount to $20,000, which, if an appro- 
priation is made for their payment, will make a total expense 
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Report of Secretary of State. 19a 

In order to avoid this condition applying to such a number 
of institutions, in the future, I would respectfully suggest that 
appropriation bills be segregated and that an act be passed em- 
bracing the institutions located at Salem and a separate act for 
the university, agricultural college, and each of the normal 
schools. 

FINANCES. 

While the State has no bonded debt of any kind or outstand- 
ing liability for which there are not now funds to meet, except 
" certificates of evidence of allowance of claim " issued in cases 
where the expense was incurred in pursuance of law, this con- 
dition will not prevail longer than about January 1, 1907, after 
which date the Treasurer wijl be obliged to endorse all war- 
rants drawn on the general fund "not paid for want of funds" 
for about three or four months. 

From the statement following, it will be noted in the Gen- 
eral Fund account that the excess of liabilities over assets 
amounts to $330,653.81, and that the balance in the Treasury 
with the deferred payment of taxes is not sufficient to cover 
the outstanding warrants and the unexpended balances of ap- 
propriations. This condition is due to the fact that at the time 
of ascertaining the amount of revenue necessary for State pur- 
poses in January, 1906, the act, heretofore referred to, passed 
by the last Legislature appropriating money for the payment 
of expenses of the maintenance, repairs and improvements of 
State institutions, the State University, Agricultural College, 
and Normal Schools was not in force. The referendum having 
been demanded thereon, the items of expense contained in this 
measure for which there was not other authority of law for in- 
curring than contained in the measure itself, could not be in- 
cluded in the amount of revenue necessary for State purposes. 
The statute provides that only items of expense to which the 
State will be subject under the existing laws shall be included. 
The total amount of these items of expense is $371,094.40. The 
act being approved at the general election in June, 1906, the 
same went into effect and such items became a liability against 
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received from the several counties in pursuance of the compu- 
tation and apportionment of State revenue in January, 1907. 
The payments on account thereof are not deemed delinquent 
until May 1, 1907. 

It is impossible, at this time, to approximate the actual de- 
ficiency in revenue required to meet the payment of warranto 
which will be issued, until returns reach the Treasury in 1907,. 
but it will amount to at least $200,000. 

It will also be noted that the amount of the items not in- 
cluded in the annual tax apportionment of 1905 and 1906 ag- 
gregate $371,094.40, while the excess of liabilities amounts to 
$339,650.81, which difference is due to receipts from sources 
other than the State tax exceeding the estimates contained in 
the apportionments. 

The balances in all the other funds are sufficient to cover the 
outstanding warrants except in District Number Two Hatchery 
Fund, which is due to receipts not being paid into the Treas- 
ury until after September 30, 1906. 

GENERAL FUND. 

A»*eU. 

Balance in Treasury September 80, 1906 $ 212,512 03 

Balance due on accouni of deferred payment of taxes from 

the various counties, exclusive of interest 216,617 50 $ 429,150 5S 

Liabilities. 

Outstanding warrants on general fund appropriations, 

1897-1888 t 401 21 

Outstanding warrants on general fund appropriations, 

1399-1900 - - 180 80 

Outstanding warrants on general fund appropriations, 

1901-1902 289 10 

Outstanding warrants on general fund appropriations, 

1903-1904 — 805 05 

Outstanding warrants on general fund appropriations, 

1905-1906 163,135 94 

Unexpended balances of general fund appropriations of 

1901-1902 991 41 

Unexpended balances of general fund appro- 
priations of 1903-1904 1 143,958 17 

Less estimated unexpended balances revert- 
ing to treasury (per levies of taxes of 1904, 
190o and 1906) 90,000 00 58,958 17 

Unexpended balances of general fund appro- 
priations of 1905-1906.— $564,102 16 

Less estimated unexpended balances revert- 
ing to treasury (per levy of taxes of 1906)- 15,000 CO 549,102 16 768,818 34 

Excess of liabilities over assets.. $ 839,653 81 



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BOUNTY FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 S 3,827 97 $ 1,327 97 

Liabilities. 

Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 $ 902 00 

Interest on outstanding warrants (estimated) 88 57 1,075 57 

Excess of assets over liabilities $ 252 40 

STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE TAX FUND. 

Asset*. 

Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 — $ 6,696 26 

Balance due on account of deferred payment of taxes from vari- 
ous counties of the State, exclusive of Interest 5,815 00 S 12,511 26 

Liabilities. ~ " 

Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 9 6,250 00 6,250 00 

Excess of assets over liabilities 9 6,26126 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE INTEREST FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance in Treasury September 80, 1996 9 2,628 51 9 2,623 51 

Liabilities. ~ 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 S 

Excess of assets over liabilities 9 2,628 51 

UNIVERSITY INTEREST FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 . 9 4,463 49 9 4,468 49 

Liabilities. 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 9 

Excess of assets over liabilities * 4,468 49 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, NATIONAL FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance in Treasury September 80, 1906 9 11,516 26 9 11,516 26 

Liabilities. ~~~ ~ 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 9- 

Excess of assets over liabilities I 11,516 26 

HATCHERY FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance in Treasury September 80, 1906 9 1 00 9 I 00 

Liabilities. 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 9 1 00 1 00 

Excess of assets over liabilities.. 9 

DISTRICT NUMBER ONE HATCHERY FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance in Treasury September 30, 1906 9 18,685 23 9 18,685 23 

Liabilities. 
Outstanding warrants September 30, 1906 9 3,529 61 3,529 61 

Excess of assets over liabilities 9 15,155 59 



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DISTRICT NUMBER TWO HATCHERY FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 $ 1,579 16 $ 1,579 1$ 



S 1,948 75 



1,948 75. 



Liability*. 
Outstanding warrants September SO, 1906 . 

Excess of liabilities oyer assets — 

PENITENTIARY BETTERMENT FUND. 

Asset*. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 - S 12,842 58 3 12,842 5S 

Liabilities. 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 

Excess of assetsover liabilities .. 



796 82 



369 5fr 



796 3* 



9 12,046 21 



GAME PROTECTION FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 _* t 6,662 67 t 6,662 6T 

> Liabilities. 
Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 

Excess of assets over liabilities 



t 4,822 11 



1,822 11 



S 1,840 56- 



INHERITANCE TAX FUND. 

Assets. 
Balance In Treasury September 80, 1906 S 5,000 00 $ 5,000 0O 

Liabilities. ~ 

Outstanding warrants September 80, 1906 

Excess of assets oyer liabilities - ... 






t 5,000 00* 



The following table shows the amount of warrants outstanding October 1, 1904; war- 
rants drawn from October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive; warrants returned 
cancelled and paid October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive, and the balances- 
outstanding September 80, 1906. 



General Fund, series 1897-1898 

General Fund, series 1899-1900 

General Fund, series 1901-1902 

General Fund, serif 8 1908-1904 

General Fund, series 1905-1906 

U. S. Five Per Cent Land Sales Fund. 

Bounty Fund 

Hatchery Fund 

Oregon Soldiers' Home National 

Fund 

University Interest Fund 

Agricultural College Interest Fund— 
8tate Agricultural College Tux Fund 

District No. 1 Hatchery Fund 

District No. 2 Hatchery Fund 

Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

Inheritance Tax Fund 

Game Protection Fund 



Warrant* out- 
standing Oct. 
1, t904 



420 26 

579 11 

8,818 70 

167,940 18 



1,930 00 
1 00 

8,423 07 
2,575 00 



6,230 00 

8,880 42 

799 08 

2,853 29 



Total warrants outstanding Oc- 
tober 1, 1904 .„ J_ 192,935 (W 

Total amount of warrants issued October 1, 
1904, to September 80, 1906 [. 



Warrant* i**ved 
Oct. 1, $904, to 



2,728 32 

158 80 

604,002 28 

1,665,517 64 

92,774 ttl 



Warranto re- 



Balance* out- 



Oct. 1,190*. to ,lan *"*f' ,r - 
S*pt. 80, 1909. | 30 ' '"*' 



13,816 28 
6,626 45 
2*,106 42 
50,000 00 
26,090 63 
18,465 61 
10,725 94 
117 75 
27,557 84 



S 19 05 

8.177 13 , 

8.178 40 
771,187 41 | 

1,602,881 70 ; 
92,774 61 
958 00 ' 



17.239 85 - 
9,201 45 - 
28,106 42 L 
50,000 00 I 
25,891 41 
12,316 89 , 
12,282 91 I 

117 75 L. 
22,785 73 , 



r2,536,688 57 



401 21 
130 80 
289 10 
805 05 
168,185 94 

992~66 
1 00> 



6,250 00 

8,529 64 

1,948 75 

796 32 

"4^82*7 11 



Total amount of warrants returned paid, October 1, 1904, to 
September 80, 1906 !_„!. ..._-.— '•2.546.51 7 21 J 

Total warrants outstanding September 80, 1906 1 1 188,101 42 



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MISCELLANEOUS FUNDS. 

Statement I, pages 1 to 12, inclusive, consisting of Exhibits 
A to W, shows the total cash receipts and disbursements of 
each fund authorized by law from October 1 , 1904, to September 
30, 1906, as evidenced by the Treasurer's duplicate receipts and 
certified schedule of warrants and disbursements filed in this 
office; also the balance in the hands of the State Treasurer at 
the close of business September 30, 1906, together with a brief 
explanation of the sources from which the several funds are 
derived, and for what purpose they may be expended. An ex- 
amination thereof will show clearly the exact condition of each 
fund. 

In my opinion, the moneys received and placed to the credit 
of the State Board of Examiners' Fund and the Pure Food Fund 
should be credited to the General Fund and disbursements made 
therefrom to cover the expenses for which these funds are 
created, in the same way as other expenses are provided for, 
and the laws authorizing the same should be amended so as to 
conform to the above suggestions. 

I renew the recommendation contained in my last report 
that section 3541 of the Code should be amended, and the fund 
known as the State Agricultural College Fund abolished. By 
the terms of this statute the State officers, in computing the 
amount of revenue necessary for State purposes, are required 
to compute the sum of $25,000 for the annual support and 
benefit of the State Agricultural College, which shall be levied 
and collected in the same manner as other taxes for State pur- 
poses are levied and collected, and the fund arising therefrom 
paid in the State Treasury and kept separate from other funds. 

There seems to be no more reason why a separate apportion- 
ment should be made for this institution than for the State 
University, the State Board of Horticulture or the State Militia. 
The present method requires the State officials to make two 
apportionments divided among thirty-three counties of the 
State without accomplishing any apparent good; furthermore, 
all State institutions should receive their appropriations in the 
same manner, which would tend to simplify State finances. 



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A multiplicity of funds is a source of extra work, frequently 
tying up money needed for other purposes, and wh^n they are 
disbursed through channels other than this office, as other ex- 
penses of the State government, are not always properly ac- 
counted for. 

As required by section 2379 of the Revised Statutes, I have 
examined, semi-annually, the books and accounts of the Treas- 
urer and the moneys on hand in the treasury, immediately re- 
porting the result of such examination, in writing, to the Gov- 
ernor, Statement II of this report (pages 13 and 14), showing 
the semi-annual balances so reported. 

state revenue. 

The revenue of the State for the payment of its general ex- 
penses, authorized by existing laws or biennial appropriations 
of the Legislative Assembly, is derived, principally, from the 
annual tax levies. Receipts from corporation licenses, insur- 
ance licenses and taxes, taxes on inheritances, and from mis- 
cellaneous sources not set apart for special purposes, make up 
the remainder of the General Fund. 

The amount of revenue to be raised annually, and which is 
apportioned among the several counties, is computed in Jan- 
uary of each year by the Governor, the Secretary of State, and 
the State Treasurer, who are directed by law to prepare a tab- 
ular statement consisting of all items of expense to which the 
State will be subject, under existing laws, for the fiscal year 
next after the year for which the last preceding State levy of 
taxes was computed; also all items of deficiency, including in- 
terest on unpaid warrants left over from the previous year, the 
payment of which has been authorized by law; the sum of 
$47,500 for the support of the University of Oregon, and the 
sum of $45,000 for the maintenance of the Oregon National 
Guard, and the sum of $25,000 for the support of the State 
Agricultural College. 

When such computation is made in January following an 
even year, the estimated expenses of one biennial session of the 
Legislative Assembly, and an estimate for additional public 



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buildings and improvements, not to exceed $200,000, are in- 
cluded. From the total sum is deducted any surplus remaining 
in the treasury, or unexpended appropriations, also all receipts 
not applied by law to some special purpose. The sum remain- 
ing is the total amount of revenue to be raised for the current 
year for State purposes, and is apportioned among the several 
counties according to the rate per cent fixed by the act of Feb- 
ruary 24, 1903, prescribing the method by which the State taxes 
shall be apportioned. The amount apportioned to each county 
is levied and collected by the county and paid over to the State 
Treasurer. 

In preparing the computation for the year 1905, it was as- 
certained that the necessary expenses for the fiscal year to 
which the State was subject, amounted to $1,231,554.72, includ- 
ing the amounts fixed by law for the maintenance of the Oregon 
National Guard and the support of the University of Oregon ; 
an estimate of $50,000 for the expenses of the Twenty-third 
Legislative Assembly ; $150,000 for additional public buildings 
and improvements, and $76,947.42 for deficiencies incurred dur- 
ing the years 1903 and 1904, which latter sum included an item 
of $35,881.31 for scalp-bounty deficiency. There was deducted 
for unexpended appropriations, $20,853.78 ; excess of miscel- 
laneous receipts for 1904 over estimate, $27,556.09; estimated 
receipts from miscellaneous sources during 1905 the sum of 
$182,844.85, making a total of $231,254.72, which sum, de- 
ducted from the total estimated expenses for the fiscal year, left 
a total revenue to be raised by taxation for the year 1905, of 
$1,000,000, which amount was apportioned among the several 
counties of the State in accordance with the rate per cent fixed 
by law. There was also apportioned among the several coun- 
ties at the same time the sum of $25,000 for the support and 
benefit of the State Agricultural College, making a grand total 
for the year 1905, of $1,025,000 to be raised by taxation. Had 
the statute required this sum to be apportioned among the coun- 
ties according to the total value of all taxable property returned 
on the summaries of the assessments of the various counties of 
the State, as was the method of apportionment prior to 1901, 



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it would have occasioned a levy of 5.45 mills on each dollar of 
taxable property of the State on the valuation of $188,058,281. 

In preparing the computation for the year 1906 it was ascer- 
tained that the necessary expenses for the fiscal year to which 
the State was subject amounted to $1,028,909.08, from which 
was deducted items of surplus estimated for contemplated ex- 
penses and improvements included in the levy for the year 
1905, but not applied to any specific purpose by laws then ex- 
isting, amounting to $151,615.93, leaving the total expense to 
which the State was then subject for the fiscal year ending De- 
cember 31, 1906, $877,293.15, including the amounts fixed by 
law for the maintenance of the Oregon National Guard and the 
support of the University of Oregon. 

The decrease compared with the corresponding levy for 1904 
being due to the fact that there were no existing laws making 
appropriations for additional improvements for the State insti- 
tutions, State University, and Agricultural College, and for the 
maintenance of the several Normal Schools, which, had the 
referendum not been demanded on the act appropriating the 
same, would have increased this amount $371,094.40. 

From the sum ascertained to be necessary to be raised, there 
was deducted $47,363.28, excess of miscellaneous receipts for 
1905 over estimate; $179,929.87 estimated receipts from mis- 
cellaneous sources during the year 1906, and $50,000 for unex- 
pended appropriations, making a total of $277,293.15, which 
sum being deducted from the total amount ascertained to be 
necessary to meet the expenses of the State Government for the 
year 1906, left the total revenue to be raised for the fiscal year 
$600,000, which amount was apportioned among the several 
counties of the State in accordance, with the rate per cent fixed 
by law. There was also apportioned among the counties at the 
same time the sum of $25,000 for the support and benefit of 
the State Agricultural College, making a grand total for the 
year 1905 of $625,000 to be raised by taxation. Had the statute 
required this sum to be apportioned according to the total value 
of the taxable property within the State, a levy of 2.021 mills 



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on each dollar of taxable property in the State would have been 
required on the valuation of $309,256,689. 

In connection with the apportionment of the revenue for the 
State among the several counties, I would respectfully direct 
your attention to an error in the law, due to the change in the 
method of apportioning the same from a levy based on the 
assessment to an apportionment upon a fixed per cent; also to 
the section fixing the time when the annual computation shall 
be made. The error is also contained in the proposed bill con- 
tained in the report of the Board of Commissioners appointed 
for the purpose of examining and reporting upon matters of 
assessment and taxation. The existing law provides that it 
shall be the duty of the Governor, Secretary of State and the 
State Treasurer, when ascertaining the amount of revenue nec- 
essary for State purposes " in January in each year, when such 
levy is made on the assessment of an even year/' to include 
the estimated expense of one biennial session of the Legisla- 
ture and the estimated cost of such additional public buildings 
believed necessary by said State officers. While as a matter 
of fact the computations, if made in January in each year, must 
be made to cover the year in which the Legislature convenes, 
and, therefore, the law should be amended so as to read "that 
when such apportionment is made in an odd year " there shall 
be included the estimated expenses of one biennial session of 
the Legislature, etc. 

Statements showing the items of expense in full and com- 
plete computations are, in accordance with law, included else- 
where in this report. (See Statement X, page 34, and State- 
ment XI, page 39.) 

The increase in the amount of revenue required for the years 
1903 and 1904 over the average is due to items of expense to 
which the State was subject under existing laws enacted by the 
Legislature of 1903 making appropriations for the Lewis and 
Clark Exposition, Indian War Veterans, Portage Railway and 
right of way for canal, while the decrease in the amount re- 
quired for the year 1905 is due to the referendum being de- 
manded on the appropriation bill containing the appropriation 



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for the State institutions, University, Agricultural College and 
Normal Schools, and also to the deduction of the surplus for 
estimates made for the preceding year not being applied to any 
specific purpose by existing laws. 

Since 1903 the revenue apportioned among the several coun- 
ties has been decreased by large receipts from corporation taxes 
and other sources estimated for the year 1906 at $180,000. 

The following constitutes a comparative table showing the total value of taxable 
property, rate of levy, and revenue raised from the year 1887 to 1905, Inclusive : 



Total valuation of 
taxable property. 



Rate of levy. 



1887-. 
1«S8_. 
]KK9„_ 
1890- 

1*01. 



lsifcCZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZr 

1W*J 

J NOT 

1S98 _ 

1900IZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZI 
iw/ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

WOtf - j. 

1904 

1905 



84,888,580 00 
85,898,429 00 I 
101,597,341 00 I 
114,077,788 00 t 
151,700,'206 00 
160,263,646 00 I 
168,088,905 00 
150,399.888 00 , 
144,445,426 00 
143,176,971 00 | 
134,917,104 00 
133,588,577 00 I 
120,282,879 00 
117,804,874 00 
141,398,514 00 
148,099,601 00 
173,559,888 00 
188,068,281 00 
809,256,689 00 



5.5 mills. 

4 

6 

4.843 " 



4.3 

3 

4.8 

4 

3.5 

5.7 

6.8 

5.7 

6.506 

5.131 

7.068 

5.45 

2.021 



441,420 62 
343,573 71 
609,584 04 
495,483 52 
758,500 99 
,121,846 51 
722,782 29 
451,198 15 
698,838 04 
572,707 88 
472,209 86 
761,141 89 
757,782 13 
071,487 78 
920,000 00 
760,000 00 
,225,000 00 
,025,000 00 
625,000 00 



Average valuation, 1887 to 1905. inclusive $ 145,865,425 00 

Average rate of levy, 1887 to 1905. Inclusive 

Average revenue raised, 1887 to 1905, Inclusive . 706.737 15 

Highest valuation, 1905 309,256,689 00 

Lowest valuation, 1887 84,888,580 00 

Highest rate of levy, 1903 J 

Lowest rate of levy, 1905 

Greatest amount of revenue raised, 1908 1,225,000 00 

Smallest amount of revenue raised, 1888 348,578 71 



5.016 mills. 



7.058 mills. 
2.021 mills. 



While the estimated amount of revenue for State purposes 
for the year 1907 to be apportioned January next cannot be 
foretold with any degree of certainty, the necessary expense for 
the fiscal year will amount to approximately $1,500,000. due 
principally to the necessity of providing for appropriations 
contained in the act upon which the referendum was ordered 
and which were not included in the apportionment for 1906 ; 
also to increased demands of the administrative and judicial 
departments and eleemosynary institutions, and furtherfor de- 
ficiency to meet the expenses authorized for additional judges 
of circuit courts and district attorneys, publication of execu- 
tive proclamations relating to measures proposed by initiative 
petitions and for public printing. 



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To apply on this amount there is estimated there will be ap- 
proximately the sum of $400,000 consisting of the excess of re- 
ceipts from indirect sources over and above the estimate for 
the year 1906, and the receipts from corporation fees, insur- 
ance licenses and taxes, inheritances, etc., and also the unex- 
pended balances of appropriations, leaving the net estimated 
amount of revenue required for State purposes for the year 1907 
to be apportioned among the several counties, $1,100,000. 

The law makes it the duty of the Secretary of State "to sug- 
gest plans for the improvement and management of the public 
revenues, ,, but in view of the very full and complete report 
submitted to you by the Board of Tax Commissioners upon the 
subject of assessment and taxation and the collection of reve- 
nue in taxes, covering fully all phases of the subject, there re- 
mains nothing which I could suggest, except to commend that 
report to your careful consideration. 

APPROPRIATIONS. 

The authorized appropriations credited upon the books of 
this department are shown in detail in the statistical part of 
this report. A comparison of general fund appropriations cred- 
ited on the appropriation ledger for 1905-1906 with the appro- 
priations credited for the two preceding biennial periods, shows 
a decrease of $248,369.16 compared with the appropriation for 
1903-1904, and an increase of $480,347.63 over the appropria- 
tions for 1901-1902. 

I submit herewith for your information the following table 
showing the total amounts of the several appropriations for 
the respective departments, institutions, boards, commissions, 
etc., and also for public improvements and other purposes, for 
the last four biennial periods, for the purpose of information 
and comparison : 

Pitrooaet aavrooriatcd I 4pP*oprfatlauM , Appropriate at I Appropriation* Appropriation* 

Agents for apprehension,etc.,ofcrim- i 

inals. - - $ $— - $ —i $ 10.000 00 

Agricultural Institutes.— 1 5,000 00 

Agricultural Societies _. 8*2,071 91 33,250 50 81,400 00 70,905 00 

Assessment and taxation, com mis- > 

slon on 1 - 1 7,000 00 

Bounty on certain wild animals ; 60,000 00 7,744 81 35,KK1 31 

Bureau of Labor Statistics, etc I ,. 5,200 00 5,200 00 

Canal between The Dalles and Celilo I 100,000 00 ' __ 



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Comparative Statement of Appropriations— Continued. 



Pttrpo*** appropriated. 



I A p propr i ation* 

\ i 8*9-1 900. 



Capitol Building and grounds i $ 66,026 25 

Code and General Laws ! 

Desert Lands, reclamation of 



8,400 00 

61,500 00 
17,290 00 
24,000 00 
29,38 « 00 
60,000 00 



5,000 00 



8,000 00 



Education, Department of. 
Educational Institutions- 
Normal schools 

Oregon Institute for the Blind ; 

Oregon School for Deaf-Mutes < 

State Agricultural College I 

University of Oregon I 

Electors of President and Vice-Pres.— '' 
Eleemosynary Institutions— 

Baby Home, at Portland 

Boys' A Girls' Aid Soc'ty of Oregon. 
Feeble minded and epileptic cnil- I 

dren, institution for ! 

Florence Crittenden Refuge Home t 

for Women \ 

Oregon Soldiers' Home . ■ 20,135 50 

Oregon State Insane Asylum — ! 364,450 00 

Orphans and Foundlings 

Patton Home, at Portland 

Poor, support of non-resident 

"Wayward girls, reclamation of 

Executive Department 

Fisheries, Department of 

Fugitives from Justice 

Health officers 

Indian War veterans 

Irrigation Commission 

Joint Pan-American and Interstate 
and West Indian Commission.... 

Judicial Department ._ 208,039 00 

Legislative Department 51,620 65 

Iiewis and Clark Centennial Expo 

Miscellaneous _ 

Oregon Dairy and Food Commlss'n'r. 
Oregon Domestic Animal Commiss'n. 

Oregon Historical Society 

Oregon Library Commission 

Oregon National Guard ' 101,779 84 

Penal and Reform Institutions— J 

Oregon State Penitentiary ■ 11 1,320 00 

Oregon State Reform School 37,277 82 

Pilot Com mis'n'rs and pilot schoon'r_ 4,60V 82 

Portage Railway between The Dalles , 
and Celilo 



Appropriation* 
1901-1902. 



55,545 66 
10,000 00 



10,537 35 

116,229 52 
15,288 80 
35,357 62 
65,000 00 

118,274 00 
180 20 



A p propr ia tion* I A pp rop ri ation* 
1903-1904. ' 190S-190*. 



$ 89,700 00 

8~666oo" 

11,300 00 

88,186 00 
17,820 62 
82,830 00 
85,000 00 
120,000 00 



I 



7,800 00 

27,940 31 

3,500 00 

5,400 00 




6,850 22 
6,000 00 
6,000 00 
3,000 00 



2,879 20 
7,800 00 
6,200 00 
5.000 00 



102,854 20 , 
75,284 15 
5,640 00 I 



Proclamations, etc., publication of_._; 

Public Building Commission 

Public printing 1 

Public roads— 

Between State institutions 

For good roads conventions 

Rewards for arrests 

Second Oregon IT. S. Volunteers 

Soda Springs, Linn County, improve- 
ment of— — 1 

State Biologist ' 

State Board of Health I 

State Board of Horticulture ! 

State Department ' 

State Engineer 

State Game and Forestry Warden j 

and deputies 1 

State Institutions- 
Lighting of 

Water supply for 

State Land Agent 

State Monument at Old Champoeg— 

State sewer, extension of 

Swamp Land Fund warrants, pay- 
ment of 

Treasury Department 



600 00 
4,000 00 
66,707 40 

2,500 00 



1,200 00 



300 00 



9.000 00 
18,240 00 



4.400 00 



3,600 00 



5,000 00 



Totals — J $1,389,044 25 $1,795,000 91 I $2,623,717 70 $2,275,348 54 



600 00 

4,000 00 

54,849 20 



1,200 00 
13,245 64 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 



9.018 25 
19,720 00 



8,400 00 I 



30,000 00 

3,600 00 

300 00 

17,500 00 



',400 00 



8,000 00 



6,000 00 
34,100 18 
430,975 00 
24,000 00 
2,000 00 
8,018 07 



9,000 00 
36,400 00 
3,000 00 
5,400 00 
100,000 06 



$ 50,700 00 
___ 

11,300 00 

118,000 00 
21,000 00 
43,300 00 
130,000 00 
162,500 00 
335 50 

6,000 00 
8,000 00 

15,000 00 

6,000 00 

35,220 00 
537.758 45 

18,000 00 
4,000 00 
5,000 00 

14,000 00 
9.000 00 

36,580 00 
3,263 55 
1,834 07 

45,000 00 
524 40 



226.119 64 

62,500 00 

500,000 00 

~~~7~8o6"66~ 
5.000 00 
5,000 00 



89,404 03 90,000 00 , 



127,867 16 
75,««5 09 
5,400 00 

165,000 00 

600 00 

4,000 00 

50,121 13 

2,500 00 | 
I 

1.200 00 



1,000 00 I 
10,000 00 ! 

9,000 00 
23,320 00 



8,400 00 
15,000 00 | 

"jjieoow" 



232,433 41 
50,124 00 



5,885 74 
8,800 00 
5,000 00 
7.500 00 
4,000 00 
90,077 46 

133,277 00 
62,100 00 
5,400 00 

25,000 00 
3,250 00 
4,000 00 

76,057 20 



500 00 
1,200 00 



1,000 00 
10.000 00 

9.000 00 
21,000 00 
20,000 00 

8,400 00 



3,600 00 
600 00 



9,(100 00 



62,571 37 
10,740 00 



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An examination of the important features of the foregoing 
statement reveals a continuing increase in the total cost of the 
State government. It will be observed that the appropriations 
for 1899-1900 did not include appropriations for any other pur- 
pose than for the maintenance of the departments, institutions, 
commissions, etc., there being no appropriations for charitable 
institutions, except the Boys* and Girls* Aid Society, or for pub- 
lic improvements or purposes such as were made for succeeding 
terms. Furthermore, the Legislature of 1899 failed to make ap- 
propriations to cover some of the expenses authorized by exist- 
ing laws, which occasioned a deficit of about $50,000, which the 
succeeding Legislature was obliged to provide for. It will like- 
wise be observed that the appropriations for 1903 and 1904 con- 
tain extraordinary items amounting to $865,000 for the Lewis 
and Clark Exposition, canal right of way between Big Eddy 
and Celilo on the Columbia River, portage railway, and Indian 
War veterans. 

The money appropriated for the benefit of agricultural so- 
cieties and institutes has been more than doubled; for educa- 
tional institutions has been increased nearly 40 per cent, and 
for the eleemosynary institutions the increase has been about 
20 per cent. The State Insane Asylum shows the greatest in- 
crease, amounting to nearly $100,000. The demand for re- 
pairs and additional buildings, due to the increase of the 
number of patients cared for, being responsible for such in- 
crease. The expense of the public printing, including deficit 
incurred during the preceding term, required an increase of 
50 per cent. 

The cause and justification of the increased biennial State 
expenditures, being shown by an analysis of the appropriations 
made for a series of years there can be little expectation of re- 
ducing the gross amount required for the ensuing term except 
by a radical change of policy and for that course no public 
demand is apparent. There is necessity for retrenchment 
where possible and for strict economy in every item appro- 
priated and still hold the total within the limit reached in the 
preceding years. In round numbers $2,250,000 was expended 



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in the payment of the ordinary expenses of the State govern- 
ment during the period covered by this report. 

.ESTIMATE OF EXPENSES. 

I submit herewith the customary estimate of the several 
amounts required to meet the expenses of the State government 
as authorized by law for the ensuing biennial term. For the 
purposes of comparison the statement shows the several ap- 
propriations for the years 1905-1906; an estimate of the ex- 
penditures thereof, and an estimate of the amount necessary 
to meet the several items of expenses for the years 1907-1908. 
The statement also shows where the law, if any, authorizing the 
incurring of each item of expense, may be found. The salaries 
of State officers and otber charges fixed by statute cannot bo 
changed by simply appropriating a larger or smaller amount 
for the payment thereof, and any change in this direction must 
be made by amending the afct fixing such charges. 

I have considered carefully existing laws and present con- 
ditions in making these estimates and have based them, prin- 
cipally, upon the present cost of maintaining the several de- 
partments of the State government, estimates received from the 
various State officers, and the reports submitted by the officers of 
various State institutions, due allowance having been made for 
the increased volume of business and the increase in the num- 
ber of inmates arising from the natural growth of the State. 

The following statement shows the amount of the several appropriations for the years 

190a and 1906, amount thereof expended, and an estimate of expenses 

for the years 1907 and 1906. 



For tchat purpott. 



Section, Bellinger' » 

Code, fixing or 
, authorizing the ex- 



Appropriation 



agents for apprehension, etc., op ! 
Criminals— 
For payment of services and expenses ' 
of special agents employed by the , 

Governor ! Feb. 10, 1905 

I 
Agricultural Institutes— i 

Expenses of holding institutes through- 
out the State for instruction In the ■ 
various branches of Agriculture 1 Feb. 0,1905 

Agricultural Societies— * 
First Eastern Oregon District Agricult- 
ural Society, for premiums ' Feb. 11, 1905 

Second Eastern Oregon District Agri- 
cultural Society, for premiums — i 4105 



A '2 ??J~ tl ' Secretary, 

matt* ex- I „ timnt ^ 

penaea, /P07-/HW. 

t9os-f»oe. i 



$ 10,000 00 3 5,000 00 r$ 10,000 00 



5,000 00 I 6,000 00 5,000 00 



8,000 00 I 8,000 00 j 
3,000 00 i I 



3,000 00 
3,000 Ofr 



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For what purpo*: 



Station, Beltlngor't 

Cod*, fixing or 
authorizing the ax- 



Third Eastern Oregon District Agri- 
cultural Society, for premiums 

Fourth Eastern Oregon District Agri- 
cultural Society, for premiums 

First Southern Oregon District Agri- 
cultural Society, for premiums 

Second Southern Oregon District Agri- 
cultural Society, for premiums 

Agricultural Societies of Lake and 
Klamath Counties, for premiums 

State Board of Agriculture, for prem- 

BOATMAN AT ASTORIA— 

Salary of 

Bureau of Labor, Etc. 
Salary and expenses of Commissioner.. 

Capitol Building — 

Contingent and incidental expenses of 
building and departments 

Employes at building and grounds, 
salaries of 

Fuel, li*ht and water, furnishing of 

Repairs, improvements and better- 
ments 



Education, Department of— 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
salaryof 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, 
traveling expenses of 

Clerks in office of Superintendent of 

Public Instruction, salaries of 

Expenses of Teachers' Associations 

Educational Institutions— 
Normal Schools- 
Central Oregon State Normal School, 

at Drain, maintenance 

Eastern Oregon State Normal School, 

at Weston, maintenance 

Southern Oregon State Normal 

School, at Axhland, maintenance—. 

State Normal School, at Monmouth, 

maintenance 

Oregon Institute for the Blind- 
Maintenance and general expenses 

Repairs and Improvements _. 

Additional buildings and better- 
ments 



Oregon School for Deaf Mutes 
Maintenance and general and contin- 
gent expenses 

Deficiency (maintenance 1905-06) 

Repairs and improvements 

For new and permanent site 

State Agricultural College— 
For conducting experiment station 

in Eastern Oregon 

For new buildings, repairs, improve- 
ments, etc.. at Corvallis 

University of Oregon— 

For support and maintenance 

For additional maintenance, new 
buildings, repairs, improvements 
and betterments 



Appropriation 
SBOSfiKK. 



Feb. 8,1905 
Feb. II, 1905 
Feb. 22, 1905 
Feb. 22, 1905 
Feb. 22, 1905 
Feb. 21, 1905 

* 4088 

Feb. 24, 1903 

(G. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 
IG. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 

Feb. 24, 1908 

Feb. 24. 1903 

(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 



(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A,) 

(G. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 



(G. A. A.) 

~'"g."a.~aT 



(G. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 

8529 

(G. A. A.) 



$ 3,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,400 00 
8,000 00 
1,200 00 
20,000 00 

1,000 00 

5,200 00 

20,000 00 

12,500 00 
9,000 00 

8,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,800 00 

8,000 00 
500 00 



21,000 09 

25,000 00 

81,000 00 

36,000 00 

15,500 00 i 
5,500 00 1 



ponded, 
190S-i9M. 



S 1,500 00 
8,000 00 



8,000 00 

1,200 00 

20,000 00 

125 00' 

5,200 00 

20,000 00 

12,600 00 
8,000 00 

8,600 00 

6,000 00 

1,800 00 

8,000 00 
500 00 



21,000 00 

25,000 00 

'31,000 00 

36,000 00 

15,500 00 
1,500 00 



87,500 00 I 37,500 00 

"8~666~66" "~ iMJ66"66" 



15,000 00 ! 15,000 00 
05,000 00 j 65,000 00 
95,000 00 i 95,000 00 



Secretary' $ 

estimate. 
1901 mm. 



% 3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,400 00 
3,000 00 
1,200 00 
20,000 00 

1,000 00 

5,200 00 

22,500 00 

13,500 00 
9,000 00 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

I3OOOO 

3,600 00 
500 00 



21,000 00 

25,000 00 

31,000 00 

36,000 00 

18,000 00 
1,500 00 

6,750 00 

42,880 00 
2,600 00 
3,500 00 

14,000 00 

10,000 00 
20,000 00 
95,000 00 



62,500 00 1 62,500 00 | 50,000 00 



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Statement of Estimates— Continued. 



For what pvrpoM. 



Section, Bellinger' » 

Code, Jlzing or 
authorising (A« ex- 
pense. 



Eleemosynary Institutions— 
Baby Home at Portland- 
Aid of 

Boys' and Girls' Aid Society of Oregon- 
Aid of 

Florence Crittenden Refuge Home for 
Women, at Portland- 
Aid of 

Institute for Feeble-minded and Epi- 
leptic Cnlldren— 

For the purpose of establishing 

Oregon Soldiers' Home- 
Support and maintenance 

Oregon State Insane Asylum- 
Mai ntenance and general and con tin- 
gent expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Additional buildings and better- 
ments 



I 
(G. A. A.) $ 6,000 00 

8,000 00 
6,000 00 



(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 



Feb. 21, 1905 ; 15,000 00 
8685 24,000 00 



(G, A. A.) 



Transportation of persons com mi ted 
to the Asylum 

Orphans and Foundlings- 
Support and maintenance i 

Patton Home at Portland- 
Aid of 

Poor, Nouresidentr- 
Refund to counties for support of 

Wayward Girls— 
For care and reclamation of 

Executive Department— 
Governor, salary of 

Private secretary to Governor, salary 
of; also salary as Clerk of the Board 
of Trustees of the Oregon State In- 
sane Asylum, Clerk of the Board of 
Public Building Commissioners, and 
Clerk of the Board of Capitol Build- 
ing Commissioners 

Clerk and stenographer, salary of 

For payment of traveling expenses of 
the Governor 



Fisheries, Department of— 
Master Fish Warden and Deputy, sal- 
aries and expenses of 

Fugitives prom Justice— 

For pursuit, arrest, and return of 

Deficiency (1906-1906) 



Indian War Veterans — 
For payment of claims of 

Judicial Department— 
Attorney General — 
Salary of 

Assistant and stenographer, salaries 
of 

Traveling expenses of Attorney Gen- 
eral 

For defraying expenses of litigation 
in civil cases, etc 

For expenses In the case of State of 
Washington v. State of Oregon, in- 
volving boundary II neon Columbia 
River, etc. * 



(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 

Feb. 21, 1906 
(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 

Feb. 28, 1305 



400,000 00 



87,250 00 
82,500 00 
18,000 00 
4,000 00 
5,000 00 
14,C00 00 



Peb ' 11 'Sg?}! *.«»oo 

2886 



(G. A. A.) 
(G. A. A.) 



4078 
(G. A. A.) 



Feb. 18, 1905 



Feb. 11, 1906) 
2434/ 

(G. A. A.) 



4,200 00 



1,800 00 



11,400 00 
8,000 00 



ponded, 
'M4-/MW. 



8 6,000 00 

8,000 00 



$ 6,000 00 
8.000 00 



45,000 00 

6,000 00 
8,600 00 



6,000 00 6,000 00 



1,000 00 
24,000 00 

400,000 00 



47,250 00 
22,500 00 
8,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,600 00 
9,000 00 

8,000 00 

4,200 00 
1,800 00 



11,400 00 
8,000 00 



45,000 00 

6,000 00 
8,600 00 



160,000 00 
24,000 00 

482,000 00 
19,000 00 

287,000 00 

15,000 00 

12,000 00 

4,000 00 

5,000 00 

14,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,800 00 

8,600 00 
2,000 00 

11,400 00 



5,000 00 
1,600 00 



10,000 00 

7,200 00 

8,600 00 
2,400 00 
5,000 00 

8,500 00 



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Statement of Estimates— Continued. 



For wAof purpose. 



iSoetion, B tiling tr't Amount mH- 

i Cod;JUingor Appropriation mafdtx- 
authorising the *x\ 190*1909. \ ponded. 



Socretory'M 



Circuit Courts — ■ 

Salaries of sixteen Judges at 83,000 j 

each j 

Salaries of District Attorneys and 
deputies 



Salaries of Judges (deficiency 
1905-1906) 

Salaries of District Attorneys (de- 
ficiency 1905-1906) 

State Library- 
Salary of State Librarian 

For purchase of books, bookcases, 
contingent expenses, eto 

Supreme Court— 

Bailiffs and crier, services of 

Contingent expenses 

Clerical assistance to Justices 

Clerk and Deputy Clerks, salaries of.. 

Justices, salaries of three. .. 

Official Reporter, compensation of 

Reports, printing and binding of 

Legislative Department — 
Twenty-fourth regular session, ex 
pensesof 

Oregon Dairy and Food Commis- 
sioner — 
Salary and expenses of Commis- 
sioner and Deputy 



Feb. 24, 19081 

Dec. 28, 1908 

Feb. 16, 1905 \ 

Feb. 18, 1905 i 

Feb. 21, 1905 j 



$84,000 00 
71.500 00 



184,000 00 
71,500 00 



Oregon Domestic Animal Commis- 
sion— 
General and contingent expenses of 

Oregon Historical Society— 
Aid of- 



Oregon Library Commission — 
Expenses and maintenance 

Oregon National Guard— 
Maintenance of. 



Penal and Reform Institutions— 
Oregon State Penitentiary- 
Maintenance and general and con- 
tingent expenses 

Installing auxiliary pump at pump- 
ing station 



Transportation of convicts 

State Reform School — 
Maintenance and general and con- 



tingent expenses 

Jtepairs and imprc 

Additional buildings and betterments 



Repairs and improvements.. 



Pilot Commissioner and Pilot 
Schooner— 

Commissioners and secretary of Board, 
salaries of 

Pilot schooner, insurance and mainte- 
nance 

Proclamations, Warrant Calls, etc, 

Publication of 

Publication of (deficiency) 



Feb. 8, 1905 

(G. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 1 
(G. A. A. 



Feb. 24, 1908 
2479 
2448 



(G. A. A.) 

Feb. 22, 1905 

(G. A. A.) 

Feb. 21, 1906 

Feb. 9, 1905 

8279 

(G. A. A.) 



(G. A. A.) 



(G. A. A.) 

(G. A. A.) 



4029 
4010 

(G. A. A.) 



2,567 80 
5,000 00 

48,000 00 
9,000 00 

50,000 00 

8,800 00 

6,000 00 

7,600 00 

4,000 00 

90,000 00 

110,000 00 



16,000 00 



58,640 00 
8,500 00 



2,400 00 
8,000 00 

2,000 00 



2,567 80 
5,000 00 

48,000 00 
5,400 00 

60,000 00 

8,800 00 

5,000 00 

7,500 00 

4,000 00 

90,000 00 

110,000 00 



15,000 00 



$ 96,000 00 
82,600 00 

11,108 80 
5,088 60 
2,700 00 
7,000 00 

50,200 00 
9,000 00 

55,000 00 

8,800 00 

4,000 00 
7,500 00 
4,000 00 
90,000 00 

110,000 00 

8,500 00 
15,000 00 



68,640 00 54,800 00 
8,500 00 8,500 00 

2,500 00 



2,400 00 
8,000 00 

2,000 00 



2,400 00 
8,000 00 



5,0 00 
4,000 00 



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Statement of Estimates— Onefold. 



For ichat purpose. 



Soetion, BtUingtrt 

Code, fixing or Appropriation 
authorizing tko ox- , '*»• * **• 
ptnte. 



Public Printing— 

Expenses of public printing, ruling, 
and binding, and purchase of paper, 
including uniform school record 
books and blanks, election laws, 
blanks, and election supplies 

Deficiency 1906-1906 



Amount «»U- 
moJed ex- 
pended. 



(G. A. A.) 8 60,000 00 $00,000 00 



Sterttm**'* 
estimate. 
'M7-SMMT. 



"I- 



Rewards for Arrests — 

For payment of 

Deficiency 1905-1906 



State Biologist - 
Expenses of 



State Board of Health — 
Ex pen ses of 

State Board of Horticulture — 
Expenses of 



900 0(i 



I 



State Department — 
Secretary of State, salary of 

Clerks and stenographers, salaries of— 

State Engineer— 
Expenses of department 

Expenses of hydrographic surveys 

Expenses of topographic surveys 



State Game and Forestry Warden — 

Salaries and expenses of Warden and 

deputies 

State Land Agent — 
Salary and clerk hire of 



Treasury Department — 
State Treasurer, salary of 

Clerks and stenographers, salaries of. 



(G. A. A,) 

Feb. 17, 1906 

(G. A. A.) ' 

I 

2921)1 

Feb. 11, 1906/, 

(G. A. A.) 



Feb. 22, 1905 
Feb. 22, 1905 
Feb. 22, 1905 



900 00 



2051) 
2052/ 



(G. A. A.) ; 

292U 

Feb. 11, 1905) 

(G.A.A.) 



1,000 00 1,000 00 

10,0C0 00 10,000 00 

9,000 00 9,000 00 

I 

3,000 00 ! 3,000 00 

21,000 00 21,000 00 



10,000 00 [ 10,000 00 
6,000 00 5,000 00 
5,000 00 5,000 00 



8,400 00 I 8,400 00 

3,600 00 ! 3.000 00 

3,000 00 : 3,000 00 

9,140 00 9,140 00 



* 60,000 00 
24,000 0O 



8,000 00 
600 0O 



1,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 
27,480 00 



10,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



8,400 00 

8,600 00 

9,000 00 
13,240 0O 



A comparison of my estimate in the foregoing statement 
with the appropriations authorized by existing laws and made- 
by the last Legislature does not show any greater demand than 
is justified by the ordinary conditions and the natural growth 
of the State, and none show any radical increase except those- 
for the State Insane Asylum and the institution for the care of 
the feeble-minded. 

The main building of the State Insane Asylum has reached 
the point where it is no longer deemed advisable or safe to in- 
crease its capacity by additions. The superintendent and trus- 
tees recommend the starting of a branch institution near the 
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ultimately accommodate all the female patients, thus providing 
separate apartments for the different sexes. The amount re- 
quired for this branch and additional betterments is estimated 
to be $237,000. 

For the purchase of a site for a State institution for the 
feeble-minded, for the necessary buildings, furniture and equip- 
ment therefor an appropriation of $150,000 is estimated as nec- 
essary by the board authorized to investigate and report upon 
this matter. 

The demands of the State University at Eugene are keeping 
pace with the growth of the State and it is estimated that for 
the next two years an additional appropriation of $50,000 will 
be required over and above the annual appropriation of $47,500 
to meet the demands of that institution. 

The increase in the appropriations for the payment of the 
salaries of the circuit judges and district attorneys is caused 
by the act passed by the last Legislature providing for addi- 
tional circuit judges and district attorneys. 

The increased demands for printing, due largely to the initi- 
ative measures, legislative printing, election laws and blanks, 
library commission, board of health, and uniform series of 
school record books and blanks, have materially increased this 
expense besides creating a deficit of $24,000. 

INDIAN WAR CLAIMS 1855-1856. 

The last Legislature appropriated the sum of $45,000 to pay 
the balance of the claims of existing volunteers who rendered 
service for the Territory of Oregon during the Indian Wars of 
1855 and 1856, and whose claims were filed in this office, as 
well as those whose claims have not yet been filed. 

This appropriation has been exhausted and, as there are now 
on file claims amounting to $532.61, which cannot be paid until 
-another appropriation is made, and additional claims will doubt- 
less be filed, an appropriation of $10,000 is deemed sufficient to 
meet all claims of this character which are now unprovided for. 

CONVEYING INSANE. 

The act passed by the last Legislature providing for the con- 
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tution instead of by persons designated by the county judges 
has effected a considerable saving in this item of expense. The 
cost of conveying the insane from July 1, 1905, to July 1, 1906, 
was $5,668.52 for 314 patients, as compared with the period 
embraced from January 1 to December 31, 1904, $14,185.50 for 
375 patients. 

STATE MONUMENT AT OLD CHAMPOEG. 

The last Legislature.appropriated the sum of $600 for the- 
purchase of such lands as considered necessary to constitute a 
proper inclosure around the monument erected at Old Cham- 
poeg in commemoration of the organization of the first civil 
government west of the Rocky Mountains, to be expended by 
the Governor, Secretary of State and the State Treasurer, and 
of such amount the sum of $239.10 was expended for the pur- 
chase of 2.19 acres of land and the expenses incident thereto. 

DEFICIENCIES. 

The appropriations made by the last Legislature were suffi- 
cient to meet the expenses authorized by existing laws for all 
purposes, except for public printing, maintenance of the Ore- 
gon School for Deaf-Mutes, return of fugitives from justice, sal- 
aries of circuit judges and district attorneys, publication of ex- 
ecutive proclamations, and rewards for the apprehension of 
train wreckers, and the total of such deficiencies will approxi- 
mate $49,000, of which one-half is for public printing. 

PRINTING, BINDING AND PAPER. 

The appropriation for public printing is construed to cover 
all printing for the Legislative Assembly, Administrative and 
Judicial Departments, election blanks, uniform series of school 
blanks, records for keeping vital statistics for the State Board 
of Health, agricultural societies, and all printing necessary 
under existing laws, except for those institutions, commissions 
and departments for which appropriation is made for their ex- 
penses, in which cases the printing is paid from their respec- 
tive appropriations or funds. 



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It is impossible to prepare and present a satisfactory state- 
ment showing the amounts expended for the various purposes 
for the reason that part of the expense has been paid from the 
appropriation which is now exhausted, part has been audited 
and certificates issued, and a large amount of work is not yet 
completed. 

The appropriation of $60,000 for the two years commencing 
January 1, 1905, was insufficient to pay all claims presented 
prior to September 30, 1906, and since April, 1906, 1 was obliged 
to issue certificates of evidence of allowance of claims covering 
claims presented to December 1, 1906, amounting to $14,338.92. 
It is estimated that claims to the amount of $9,661.08, covering 
expenses for the balance of the biennial term, will be presented, 
making a total cost of $84,000 for printing, binding and paper 
for the biennial term. 

This is an increase of expenses of about $32,000, as compared 
with the amount expended for the years 1901 and 1902, and 
$18,000 as compared with the amount expended during the 
years 1903 and 1904. This large increase is due chiefly to the 
printing required by the last Legislative Assembly, printing 
and binding proposed initiative measures, additional election 
blanks and supplies required under the direct primary election 
law, library commission, State Board of Health, and the natural 
increase demanded by all departments. 

Wherever it has been possible, I have endeavored to keep 
the expense of printing and binding at the minimum, but my 
authority to do so has been limited to such printing as is 
authorized by me or under the control of the boards and com- 
missions of which I am a member. Every one seems to have 
unlimited authority to order as much printing as he chooses 
to have done, and no one has any authority to limit the amount 
or prescribe the manner in which it shall be done. This power 
and authority should be conferred upon the Secretary of State, 
or some other State officer, other than the State Printer, and 
he should be required to edit and approve every requisition for 
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be granted the authority to fix the amount of work which should 
be done. 

Every claim for printing has been audited and allowed upon 
the certificate of the printing expert certifying to the measure- 
ments and rates which are fixed by law. The paper for public 
printing of every description has been purchased by the State 
Printer, and the ruling and binding required, ordered by him 
as provided by statute. 

DISTRIBUTION AND SALE OF PUCIilC documents, laws, supreme 
court reports, etc. 

The following statement shows the number of copies of the Code, Laws, Journals 
and Supreme Court Reports on hand September 80, 1004, and the number received to 
September 80, 1906, number distributed pursuant to statute, number sold, number on 
hand September 80, 1900, and cash received on account of sales and paid over to the 
Treasury. 



so,,*,?*,**"**!* 

' - - jwrwMt to 

S«pt.S0,i»O6 *«•■'•■ 



Bellinger and Cotton's Annotated Codes 

and Statutes of Oregon 

Session Laws, 1870 to 1908, inclusive 

General Laws, 1905 

Special Laws, 1905 

Supreme Court Reports, Volumes 1 to 48, 
inclusive. 



Supreme Court Reports, Volume 44 

Supreme Court Reports, Volume 45 

House Journals, 1870 to 1903, inclusive 

House Journals, 1906 

Senate Journals, 1868 to 190ft, inclusive 

Senate Journals, 1906 

History m 'xj*r\y Indian Wars of Oregon" — 

Total cash paid Treasurer 



Number on 
hand Sept. 



94 
5,181 

1,500 
140 

8,689 , 
600 : 
604 I 

2,748 
240 ; 

8,138 
240 | 
86| 



94 
2d2 
934 

16 

68 
106 
112 
206 
136 
210 



190 

557 
47 

604 
861 
855 

3 

8 



Numbtr 0A 

hand Stpt. 

SO, 1909. 



4,689 

9 

77 

8,122 
184 
187 

2,548 
101 

2,928 
104 
80 



$ 229 14 
640 50 
58 98 

1,423 08 
1,054 72 
1,0C1 98 

(Too 



600 



$4,445 85 



The 1,500 copies of the General Laws, which Section 2430, 
Bellinger and Cotton's Code, provides the State Printer shall 
cause to be printed are not sufficient to meet the demand. The 
supply of General Laws of 1903 was exhausted in supplying 
the last Legislative Assembly, and I therefore directed the 
Printer to print 240 extra copies of the Laws of 1905 to be 
bound should the demand exceed the authorized number; this 
being the case these extra copies are being bound. 

There is a considerable demand for copies of the Laws of 
1903, which contain many important acts, notably the Inherit- 
ance Tax Law, Corporation Tax Law, Amendments to the Mil- 
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Pure Food Law ; therefore, another edition of about 480 copies 
should be printed and a limited supply bound, as the occasion 
demands. This would require an appropriation of about $750. 
If the price of the books was fixed at $2.50 per copy the sales 
would, in time, very nearly reimburse the State for the expense 
incurred. Instead of providing for a fixed number of copies 
of the laws to be printed the number should be left to the dis- 
cretion of the Secretary of State. He should also be granted 
authority, in his discretion, to have printed in pamphlet iorm 
such acts passed by the Legislature as there is likely to be de- 
mand for. Immediately after adjournment of each session 
many requests are made for copies of certain of the newly 
-enacted laws by citizens who are particularly interested in the 
matters to which the laws called for relate. 

There is also demand for copies of laws enacted by the people 
under the Initiative Provisions of the Constitution. I, there- 
fore, believe the Secretary of State should have authority, by 
law, to order printed all laws for which in his opinion there is 
likely to be a demand. 

There is now no law on the statute books providing for the 
Tegular and systematic distribution and accounting of public 
documents. That work is generally done from the State li- 
braries and as the library is constantly receiving from other 
States public documents with a request for an exchange, it 
might be well to consider the advisability of a law making the 
library the distributing agency of all public documents and re- 
quiring it to keep an account thereof. 

CORPORATION DEPARTMENT. 

For neaaly four years there has been in operation in this 
State a law requiring foreign corporations, joint stock compa- 
nies and associations, doing business in this State, and corpo- 
rations organized under the laws of the State of Oregon, to pay 
certain fees for the privilege of transacting business as a cor- 
poration. These fees consist of a declaration fee of $50, to be 
paid by a foreign corporation, joint stock company or associa- 
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business therein ; an organization fee to be paid by a corporation 
organized under the laws of the State of Oregon upon filing its 
articles of incorporation, which organization fee is based upon 
the authorized capital stock of the corporation, with $10 as the 
minimum and $100 as the maximum fee therefor. In addition 
to the declaration and organization fee required to be paid by 
corporations, all corporations, foreign and domestic, organized 
for the purpose of gain except fire, marine, fire and marine, 
life, accident, life and accident, plate glass and steam boiler 
insurance companies and surety companies, are required to 
pay an annual license fee, which is a graduated fee based upon 
the authorized capital stock of the corporation, the minimum 
fee being $10, where the capital stock shall not exceed $5,000, 
and the maximum fee of $200, where the capital stock shall 
exceed $2,000,000. 

The effect of this law, which was enacted by the Legislative 
Assembly of 1903, is very gratifying, and has resulted, as was 
designed by its promoters, in increasing the revenues of the 
State in a very satisfactory way, and distributing the burden 
of taxation more equitably. 

From May 21, 1903, the date said Act went into effect, to 
September 30, 1906, the State has received through the opera- 
tion of this law the sum of $431,665.65, each year showing a 
marked increase over the preceding year. 

On October 1, 1904, the date of the last biennial report of 
this office, there had been collected under the provisions of said 
iaw $191,615.87, and from October 1, 1904, to September 30, 
1906, the fees collected from this source were $240,049.78, being 
an increase of $48,433.91 over the preceding years. 

Our last biennial report shows the organization of 644 do- 
mestic corporations, under the provisions of said law. There 
has been 1,316 domestic corporations organized under said law 
from October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive, showing 
a gain over the previous report of 672, or more than double. 

These figures are given for the purpose of showing that the 
effect of said act is not such as to retard or hinder the indus- 
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ment of the State by foreign and domestic capital, but on the 
contrary gives legitimate enterprises a protection that did not 
heretofore exist. Never in the history of this State has there 
been, in the same period of time, so great a number of corpo- 
rations formed for business undertakings as during the last 
two years. This, in my opinion, is indicative not only of the 
general prosperity of the State but of the justness of the act 
requiring corporations to assist in the financial requirements 
necessary to carry on a State government. 

From October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, 1,145 corpora- 
tions, organized for profit, filed articles of incorporation in the 
office, paying therefor organization fees amounting to $28,685, 
and license fees for the unexpired portion of the fiscal year, 
$16,820.06. There have been filed 171 articles of incorporation 
by corporations organized for charitable; religious, and similar 
purposes, paying fees amounting to $855. There has also been 
filed during said period 83 supplementary articles, 131 increases 
of capital stock, 30 decreases of capital stock, and 219 dissolu- 
tions, paying aggregate fees therefor of $7,607.76. 

During said period 138 foreign corporations filed declarations 
of desire and purpose to engage in business within this State, 
paying therefor declaration fees amounting to $6,650, and 
license fees for the unexpired portion of the fiscal year amount- 
ing to the sum of $11,210.56, making a total collected by this 
department from corporations as filing fees, $71,828.38, for the 
biennial term ending September 30, 1906, and there has been 
collected by the State Treasurer $3,466.94 for reinstating cor- 
porations which had been dissolved by proclamation of the Gov- 
ernor, and $164,754.46 as annual license fees, making a gross 
total collected from all sources from corporations under the pro- 
visions of said act, for the biennial term ending September 30, 
1906, $240,049.78, which sum is, as before stated, an increase 
over the amount collected during the last biennial term of 
$48,433.91. There are 2,907 domestic corporations, organized 
for gain, and 325 foreign corporations, which have complied 
with the provisions of law and are authorized to transact busi- 
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In line with my recommendation to'the Legislative Assembly 
of 1905, a law was enacted authorizing and requiring the Sec* 
retary of State on or before the first Monday in January each 
year to report to the Governor a list of all corporations which 
for two years or more next preceding such report should have 
failed, neglected, or refused to furnish any statement or pay 
any license fee required under any law of this State, and to 
authorize and require the Governor of the State of Oregon to 
forthwith issue his proclamation, declaring such corporations 
so reported to him dissolved, and their articles of incorporation 
revoked and repealed, and to provide the manner by which a 
corporation that has been so dissolved may be reinstated and 
entitled to its franchises and privileges. 

Under the provisions of said law, I did on the 30th day of 
December, 1905, report to the Governor 5,456 corporations, of 
Tecord under the laws of this State, which had failed to comply 
with law and for two years or more had failed or refused to file 
annual statements or pay the license fees due, and on January 
20, 1906, the Governor did, by his proclamation, dissolve said 
corporations, and their articles of incorporation were revoked 
and repealed. A copy of said list of delinquent corporations 
and proclamation of the Governor was published as provided 
by law, such publication being made in the Morning Ore- 
gonian of date January 25, 1906. 

Under the provisions of said law 29 of the corporations so 
dissolved have made application and have been reinstated and 
restored to all their franchises and privileges, and a certificate, 
in each case, issued to that effect, the amount of fees collected 
therefor being $3,466.94, as before stated. 

The Legislative Assembly of 1905 enacted a law providing 
that a corporation organized under the laws of the State of. Ore- 
gon for the purpose of engaging in the business of mining for 
any of the precious metals, and whose business it shall be to en- 
gage in said business only, and whose annual output of pro- 
ducts shall not exceed in value the sum of $1,000, may, upon 
filing a statement setting forth said facts and certain other con- 
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the annual license fee provided by the act of 1903, relating to 
corporations, and in lieu thereof pay an annual license fee of 
$10. Many mining corporations have complied with the pro- 
visions of said act and thereby received the exemption therein 
provided, and while it has had the effect of reducing the amount 
of annual license fees collected, I believe that a greater number 
of corporations have been formed for the purpose of developing 
the mineral wealth of the State than would have been under 
the provisions of the old law. 

Taken as a whole, I believe that the act of 1903, and subse- 
quent acts relating to licensing domestic and foreign corpora- 
tions, is the best financial legislation that has been enacted in 
this State, and has resulted in raising more than one-seventh 
of the revenue necessary to support the State government, and 
will increase each year with the development of the resources 
and demands of the industries of the commonwealth. 

There are a few changes necessary, however, which would 
increase the efficiency of said act and its equity between cor- 
porations of large and small capitalization. I therefore indorse 
and am in hearty accord with the recommendations made by 
the Board of Commissioners, appointed under the provisions 
of Chapter 90, Laws of 1905, for the purpose of examining and 
reporting on matters of assessment and taxation, etc., that the 
corporation organization fee be extended to the rate of $75 per 
million dollars capital stock or fraction above one million dol- 
lars, and thus avoid discrimination against smaller corpora- 
tions. Said Board of Commissioners has prepared a bill to this 
effect, which will be submitted for your consideration. 

I also respectfully recommend that section 5 of the act of 1903 
be amended so as to provide that any corporation failing or re- 
fusing to render an annual statement or to amend the same 
when required to do so by the Secretary of State, in case the 
same shall be incomplete, irregular, or unsatisfactory, or to pay 
the annual license fee for more than ninety days after the 1st 
day of July of the year for which such annual statement or an- 
nual license fee is due, or any corporation, joint stock company 
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shall be liable to a fine of $100, to be recovered, together with 
any license fee due, by an action at law in the name of the 
State of Oregon, to be instituted by the Attorney General of the 
State of Oregon, at the request of the Secretary of State. As 
the law now is these actions must be instituted by a district 
attorney, and I have found that on account of the numerous 
other duties incident to the office of district attorney that but 
little attention is given to the collection of delinquent license 
fees due from corporations when requested to do so by this 
office. In fact, since said act went into operation, there has 
not been a single action instituted for the collection of delin- 
quent license fees by the district attorneys of the State, al- 
though lists of such delinquents have been furnished and 
request made that action be brought. I believe that by placing 
the institution of such actions in the hands of the Attorney 
General that many thousands of dollars will be collected that 
would be otherwise lost. 

I also recommend that some provision be made whereby a 
foreign corporation, doing business in this State, may be re- 
quired, upon increasing its capital stock, to file in the office of 
the Secretary of State a certified copy of its resolutions increas- 
ing the capital stock of the corporation, and pay the license fee 
on such increase for the unexpired portion of the fiscal year. 
This would avoid the discrimination which now exists between 
foreign and domestic corporations in regard to increase of 
capital stock. 

This department has, through the examination of directories 
and the State papers, endeavored to ascertain and locate any 
and all foreign corporations doing business in this State, and 
require them to comply with the provisions of law applicable to 
such corporations, but I am satisfied that there are a large 
number of foreign corporations doing business in Oregon 
which have not and will not comply with the provisions of law 
until the matter is brought to them personally and some means 
used to compel them to file declarations and pay the fees due 
therefrom. In order to do this it will be necessary that a small 
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of this department, in order that it may send some one to the 
different parts of the State for the purpose of investigating and 
compelling such delinquent foreign corporations to comply with 
law. This is only just to the foreign corporations which have 
complied with law and paid the fees required. I am of the 
opinion that the expenses attached to such investigation will 
be small as compared with the amount of fees collected from 
such foreign corporations which ignore and do not comply 
with the provisions of law. 

The work of this department is increasing with each year 
and is handicapped by lack of room with a vault for filing ar- 
ticles of incorporation and records. The room we are now 
using is on the opposite side of the building from the vault, 
where the records are kept, necessitating going from one office 
to the other; we also are obliged to surrender this room during 
the legislative sessions and seek quarters on one of the other 
floors. This department should have permanent quarters with 
ampU vault and furnishings. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Under section 3706 of the Code, the Secretary of State is 
made ex officio Insurance Commissioner, and as such commis- 
sioner is charged with the enforcement of all laws of this State 
respecting insurance companies. This includes the duty of 
ascertaining whether companies making application for license 
to do business within the State have the necessary statutory 
qualifications and comply with the existing laws, the collection 
of annual licenses and taxes, the licensing of agents, ascertain- 
ing whether proper notice is given by withdrawing fire insur- 
ance companies that the claims of policy-holders may be prop- 
erly protected, keeping unauthorized companies and agents 
from doing business in the State, and a general supervision 
over all matters appertaining to insurance. 

The annual reports issued by this department April 1st of 
each year, which may be had upon application, contain a list 
of all insurance and surety companies authorized to transact 
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gross premiums received, premiums returned, losses paid, as 
shown by the annual reports of the companies, and the amount 
of licenses and taxes collected for the past two years. 

April 1, 1906, sixty Fire and Marine, forty-nine Life and Ac- 
cident, six Plate Glass, two Steam Boiler and one Live Stock 
insurance companies were authorized to transact business in 
Oregon. 

From October 1, 1904, to October 1, 1905, there was received 
for licenses $4,657.44, and from October 1, 1905, to October 1, 
1906, $5,041.97. 

Taxes on net premiums collected during 1904 were $54,536.49 
and for 1905, $55,896.33. 

The taxes for 1906 are not due and payable until March 1, 
1907. 

The risks written by fire insurance companies on property 
situated within the State and reported to this department for 
the year ending December 31st, last were $110,830,493.34, and is 
$15,299,008.50 in excess of the amount written during thte year 
1903. The gross premiums on these risks amounted to $2,- 
581,274.30, an increase of $335,901.64. The premiums returned 
during the same period amounted to $619,420.23 and losses 
paid $968,839.73, leaving the net premiums $1,009,629.53, an 
increase of $401,925.06 over the year 1903. 

The Marine Insurance written during the year 1905 was 
$13,715,319.00, being an iucrease of $3,368,893.80. The gross 
premiums on these risks amounted to $87,266.07, a decrease of 
$337.90. The premiums returned by this class of companies 
during the same period were $1,881.04, losses paid $66,083.52, 
leaving the net premiums $41,503.89, an increase of $1,146.02. 

The gross premiums reported by the Life and Accident in- 
surance companies for the year ending December 31st, 1905, 
amounted to $2,299,378.34, an increase of $564,103.74. The 
premiums returned were $156,827.15, losses paid $468,168.43, 
leaving the net premiums $1,700,416.69, an increase of. $473,- 
994.43. 

The premiums reported by miscellaneous companies repre- 
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$27,128.72. Premiums returned $1,314.51, losses paid $12,- 
832.59, leaving the net premiums $22,981.62. 

That the business of insurance has been constantly and rap- 
idly increasing in the State is clearly demonstrated by the fore- 
going figures. They also show the growth of business and the 
prosperity which is at present enjoyed. 

In my report to the last Legislature, I suggested the advis- 
ability of enacting some measure for the prevention of fires, 
which I believe is of sufficient importance to repeat in this re- 
port : 

"The large fire losses invite consideration of the advisability 
of enacting some measure for the prevention of fires, which 
destroy such a large amount of property and result in such 
heavy losses. Insurance companies can regulate their rates 
according to the indemnity offered, and by increasing them 
may make good their losses. The rates, however, can be re- 
duced by the adoption of measures for the prevention of fires. 
Many States have statutes in force authorizing the inspection 
of all risks and the enforcement of necessary safeguards, as 
well as inquiry into the causes of all fires. Aside from a saving 
of a vast waste, which is an absolute loss to the resources of the 
State, the increase in taxes would probably more than cover 
the expense of such investigation and inspection. The Bureau 
of Labor Statistics and Inspector of Factories and Workshops, 
might easily be charged with the inspection and investigation 
without any expense other than his traveling expenses. This 
matter, I think, is worthy of your careful attention." 

Never before has the business of insurance experienced such 
an era of loss and disruption of business as during the years 
1905 and 1906. 

The appalling disaster at San Francisco, which demolished 
and burned the greater portion of that city, coming so soon 
after the Baltimore conflagration, tested to the limit the solv- 
ency of many of the large fire insurance companies, wiped out 
capital and surplus, the result of years accumulation, and 
forced a number to scale a large percentage of claims; while 
others failed and passed into the hands of receivers. It is es- 
timated that as a result of this disaster the underwriters profits 
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of the whole United States for the past twenty years have been 
consumed. 

The life insurance business attained an unenviable promi- 
nence on account of the charges of mismanagement of the 
affairs of several of the larger companies of the country, and 
for a number of months investigation, by legislative committees 
and others, has disclosed the transactions of these corpora- 
tions upon which the charges were based. The disclosures 
reflected in the most serious manner upon the conduct of the 
governing bodies of these companies, and show a disregard for 
the interests of policy holders and beneficiaries, which is wholly 
indefensible. Notwithstanding these disclosures, the compa- 
nies' solvency remains absolutely unquestioned and unim- 
paired, and, under revised management, will not only be able 
to fill every existing, contract, but advance and extend the 
highly useful and benevolent purposes for which they were 
organized. 

It should be borne in mind in this connection that the scan- 
dals and abuses disclosed by these investigations effect but a 
very small minority of the companies doing business in the 
country, and that for the rest there is a presumption in favor 
of honest management. * 

Laws have been passed by the State of New York, which it 
is hoped may remedy many of the evils complained of and 
found to exist. Believing that uniform legislation by the states 
might afford and provide effective and improved methods, a 
convention of Governors, Attorneys General, and Insurance 
Commissioners met at Chicago on the first of last February, 
and, after a discussion and careful consideration of a variety 
of matters connected with the subject of statutory regulations 
of life insurance business, referred the preparation of forms of 
laws to be reported to the Convention of Insurance Commis- 
sioners to a committee of fifteen of its members, report of which 
committee and the bills recommended have been sent to this 
office and are on file ; also report of the commission authorized 
by the Legislature of Massachusetts to recodify the insurance 
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changed conditions the present insurance laws of this State are 
antiquated and out of date, and that a new insurance code 
should, consequently, be enacted. There are a number of 
changes that I might suggest. The task, however, being one 
of considerable magnitude, will require careful consideration, 
and therefore should, I think, be delegated to a special com- 
mittee to report to the following Legislature, as I have hereto- 
fore recommended. The provisions of the existing laws do not 
provide that licenses shall be paid by several classes of insur- 
ance such as credit, burglary, plate glass, and steam boiler, and 
would recommend that that section, at least, be amended at the 
forthcoming session so as to include companies doing these 
classes of insurance. 

Several of the largest insuring firms in Portland believe that 
a statute requiring a uniform form of fire insurance policy 
should be enacted, the same as has been adopted by a number 
of other States, notably New York, New Jersey, and Connec- 
ticut, where such a statute has been in force for many years 
with, I am advised, very satisfactory results. The objection to 
a multiplicity of forms was clearly shown by the recent disaster 
in San Francisco, where they caused misunderstanding, con- 
fusion and litigation in the settlement of losses. 

Many of the companies doing business in Oregon are now 
issuing what is called the " Standard Fire Insurance Policy ," 
adopted by the States above mentioned, and it seems to me it 
would be to the best interests of the insurers and insured in 
the State for the Legislature to prescribe that this form of 
"Standard Policy" be used by all fire insurance companies 
doing business in this State, and I would, therefore, recommend 
that this form of policy be required. 

The Columbia Life & Trust Company, licensed January 26, 
1906, and the Oregon Life Insurance Company, licensed April 
12, 1906, for the transaction of life insurance, were formed 
under the General Laws of this State, in accordance with the 
provisions of Section 3710, Bellinger and Cotton's Code. Each 
has a paid up cash capital of $100,000.00. The articles of in- 
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any time after five years the policy holders shall have the right 
to purchase and own all the shares of the capital stock. 

The organization of these two companies warrants the belief 
that we shall, after a while, have within our State several strong 
insurance institutions, capable of taking care of a fair propor- 
tion of this important business. 

There are also six mutual fire insurance companies incor- 
porated under the laws of this State, providing at a low cost 
insurance covering about $22,000,000.00 of property. The re- 
ports of these companies seem to show successful operation. 

In regard to the effect of the disaster and conflagration in 
San Francisco upon the fire insurance companies authorized 
to transact business in this State, have to report that no loss 
was sustained by any policy holder having contracts in this 
State with such companies, due chiefly, I believe, to the deposit 
law of this State, which requires every foreign insurance com- 
pany to deposit with the State Treasurer the sum of $50,000.00 
in approved securities, to be kept for the benefit and security 
of persons transacting business with them in this State. The 
Traders' Insurance Company, of Chicago, Illinois, being una- 
ble to meet its losses, a receiver was appointed, but all claims 
for unearned premiums were fully secured by its deposit. 

The Home Fire & Marine Insurance Company, of San Fran- 
cisco, was compelled to go into voluntary liquidation, its un- 
earned premiums being secured as in case of the other com- 
pany. 

An effort was made at the session of the last Legislature to 
repeal this law, for the reason that it prevented many com- 
panies from coming into the State who were not willing or 
had not the financial ability to deposit the required sum, but 
which, if allowed to do business, would induce competition 
and give heavy insurers opportunity for placing surplus risks, 
which it was complained companies now doing business in the 
State would not accept. 

While there was considerable merit in favor of competition 
as a means of reducing rates and the placing of surplus insur- 
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would open the doors to the admission of a large number of 
companies with sufficient capital to meet ordinary conditions, 
but would become insolvent through conflagrations such as 
occurred at Chicagp, Boston, Baltimore, and San Franciso, and 
result in losses to the policy holders of this State, similar to the 
losses sustained by policy holders of other States where the 
companies failed by reason of the conflagrations in the cities 
mentioned. 

The laws might be amended so as to provide for the admis- 
sion of companies to write surplus lines which the companies 
making deposit would decline to take, without requiring such 
companies to make a deposit. 

Many States have enacted what is known as "anti-compact 
law." I doubt, however, the wisdom of this law for the reason 
that it is a very difficult law to enforce, and while the State 
may prohibit companies from forming a compact to charge an 
agreed rate, and may likewise fix the maximum rate, it cannot 
force them to accept the insurance of any individual. Rates 
of insurance are based chiefly upon losses and expenses. To 
reduce the former, I have directed your attention to the advis- 
ability of enacting some measures for the inspection of risks 
and for the prevention of fires. 

. fraternal insurance. 

In my last report I discussed at considerable length the ad- 
visability of the adoption of a reasonable law for the govern- 
ment of all mutual life insurance companies incorporated under 
the laws of this State and also fraternal orders or societies. An 
act defining beneficiary associations and providing for their or- 
ganization, regulation and control was passed at the last session 
of the Legislature, the measure following largely a bill prepared 
by the fraternal committee of the National Convention of In- 
surance Commissioners in conjunction with the executive com- 
mittee of the Associated Fraternities of America. The act, how- 
ever, was vetoed by the Governor chiefly for the reasons that 
it was opposed by representatives of the Associated Fraterni- 
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and funds of such associations held or used to further or carry 
out their authorized purposes from taxation ;" also that it pro- 
vided one rule of conduct for associations prior to 1900 and 
another one for those organized subsequent thereto. I consider 
it unnecessary to repeat here my views favoring State regula- 
tion and supervision of these societies or associations. I think 
it is sufficient to direct your attention to this important matter 
so that the interests of those persons compelled to carry this 
class of insurance may be safeguarded, and that the benefici- 
aries may receive the benefits they are expected to receive by 
the enactment of some legislation that will have the accom- 
plishment of this end in view ; also for the prevention of those 
associations doing business in this State organized for the pur- 
pose of catching the unwary, and for the benefit and pecuni- 
ary gain of the organizers. 

surety companies. 

September 30, 1906, there were three surety companies li- 
censed to transact business within the State. Detailed state- 
ments showing risks written, gross premiums received, losses 
paid, premiums returned and net premiums of each company 
were contained in the annual report of April 1st. There was 
collected and paid into the general fund for licenses and taxes 
for the year 1904, $938.65, and for the year 1905, $1,052.14. 

inheritance tax. 

The amount derived from this source for the two years be- 
ginning October 1, 1904, is $38,481.61 collected from estates as 
follows : 

Agee, James, estate of. - 9 70 22 

Allen, T. B m estate of _ 43 21 

Allen, Wiley B., estate of 88 53 

Anderson, Emma H., estate of- - 562 80 

Barron. Hugh F., estate of - — 870 83 

Beal, Phillip, estate of_ 8 00 

Bellinger. Chas. B., estate of. - - — 161 28 

Blckel, Albert, estate of. 89 10 

Blair, Jed A., estate of- 14 46 

Bowen.E. J., estate of. - — 202 69 

Boyd, E. D., estate of- - 71 60 

Brady, Matthew, estate of - 402 88 

Brltt, Peter, estate of— 112 96 

Barckhardt, Adolph, estate of. 350 10 

Card well, Byron P., estate of. 284 70 

Chemln, Louis F., estate of. 78 18 

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Chrisman, William Mo. f estate of- 9 760 89 

Church, J. M., estate of. 28 50 

Conner, A. B M estate of 151 60 

Craw, Geo. A., estate of. 222 8T 

Crowley, Dennis W. f estate of 226 88 

Davis, Susan M., estate of- 5 66 

Davlln, James, estate of 148 28 

Faber. William, estate of. 869 16 

Fanning, Cbas. O., estate of ,. 97 52 

Fllnn, Cynthia S., estate of_ 84 20 

Flinn, L., estate of. 694 79 

Foley, L. f estate of. 209 26 

Gambee, Gideon, G., estate of 58 46 

Gillette, Preston W„ estate of. 645 67 

Groves, William, estate of 76 81 

Hackleman, A., estate of 192 67 

Hamaker, J. W., estate of 84 65 

Harding, Violet O., estate of— 16 82 

Heppner.Henry, estate of — 1,186 61 

Holmes, Byron Z., estate of. 478 46 

Hyland, Thomas A., estate of— 66 20 

Jaggar, Benjamin, estate of 441 76 

Kahler, C. W.. estate of- 97 79 

Kellogg, Jennie M., estate of. 198 02 

Kellogg, John R., estate of 66 85 

Keyt, E.C., estate of- 476 96 

King, William, estate of. 187 70 

Labbe, Antolne, estate of— 687 99 

Labbe, John, estate of 619 97 

I<amson, Roswell H., estate of. 1,217 24 

Lehman .Albert, estate of 8 68 

Mas ten, Edmund C, estate of 247 78 

McClure, William C, estate of 176 97 

McDermott, Mary, estate of. 198 86 

McElhinney, John, estate of. 144 88 

Mcintosh, Donald, estate of 14 16 

MoSwords, P. B., estate of 8 88 

Metayer, Louis, estate of. 1,185 69 

Michel back, Chas. F., estate of. 270 66 

Moore, Frank L., estate of 85 74 

Morrison. John, estate of 58 90 

Myrick, Olive J., estate of . 64 88 

Nevltt, James W. f estate of. 16 88 

Noland, Pleasant C, estate of r ~ 65 87 

Ogle, Thomas, estate of. 88 89 

Olley, Chas. E., estate of 57 00 

Ollschlagar, Henry, estate of- 181 97 

Peters, I. D., estate of— _ 786 83 

Pomeroy, James H., estate of 96 11 

Powell. Thos. J., estate of : 4 11 

Reed, Charles, estate of 47 50 

Ren nick, John, estate of 162 86 

Richardson, Thos. M., estate of 572 28 

ScherscheL Vendel, estate of_ 244 82 

Scheurer, Elizabeth, estate of- 74 82 

Schofl eld, Robert N., estate of 101 05 

Schwab, R. H.. estate of - 148 36 

Simon, Louis H., estate of _ _ 60 12 

Stangier, August, estate of 10 40 

Stephens. Thomas, estate of 25 00 

Stone, Edwin, estate of 88 16 

Strong, Frederick D., estate of _ _ 117 67 

Talking ton, Warner W., estate of 516 47 

Temple, Mary M.. estate of 121 05 

Thleisen. Henry N., estate of- 481 50 

Tracy, Michael, estate of - 284 66 

Vance, Israel, estate of __ 898 31 

Vance, S. A., estate of- 278 08 

Wade, Robert, estate of _ J— 17 78 

Wagner, Louise H., estate of _ 2,346 80 

Wall, John, estate of. „ 12 00 

Weinhard, Henry, estate of- 15,248 69 

Welch, John, estate of_„ 68 58 

Wingate, Mary J. f estate of. 884 66 

Winters, John F., estate of 64 71 

Wortman, Jacob, estate of 151 06 

Young, James W., estate of. _ 190 00 

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The amount previously received was $6,626.93, making a 
total of $45,108.54 since the law went into effect May 20, 1903. 
The sum of $117.75 has been expended in payment of the ex- 
penses of securing revaluation and appraisements of estates 
where the State Treasurer had reason to believe the appraise- 
ments were less than the market value of the property or had 
not been made in good faith. There are upwards of 100 estates 
now in process of settlement which come within the provisions 
of the inheritance tax law* among the number being the Mrs. 
S. 6. Reed estate which the Supreme Court has recently held 
to be within the jurisdiction of this State. 

The revenue from this source can be considerably increased 
by reducing the exemption as to estates subject to a tax from 
$10,000 to $5,000, and by reducing the exemption to the indi- 
vidual from $5,000 to $2,500. A bill embodying this sugges- 
tion is reported for your consideration by the Board of Com- 
missioners authorized by the last Legislature for the purpose of 
examining and reporting upon matters of assessments and tax- 
ation. 

There is the same disposition to circumvent this law as there 
is with all other laws requiring the payment of taxes, and this 
adds considerably to the work of seeing that its provisions are 
complied with, besides the filing of the reports and ascertain- 
ing whether appraisements are made fairly and in good faith. 

To enable the State Treasurer to properly attend to enforce- 
ment of the law, provision should be made for the appointment 
of a special clerk in his office, with compensation commen- 
surable with the importance of the position, and an allowance 
for traveling expenses, and who should be charged with the 
duty of investigating the appraisement of estates, and have 
general charge of all records and correspondence incident to 
the enforcement of the law, under the direction of the State 
Treasurer. 

I think such provision, if made, would result in materially 
increasing the revenue from this source, as the manifold other 
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the office and giving such matters the same personal attention 
as one specially charged with the work. 

THE CAPITOL BUILDING. 

As custodian of the Capitol Building and grounds, I have to 
report that the same are in good order and condition, except 
the natural decay and wear, and I believe you will find they 
have been economically and properly cared for. To keep the 
building thoroughly cleaned and heated, and to make the 
necessary repairs, and for the care of the grounds, there has 
been regularly employed the same force as for many years 
past, consisting of a janitor and three assistantants, a fireman, 
gardner, nightwatchman, and elevator operator. All the car- 
penter work to keep the building in order has been performed 
by this force, in addition to keeping all the rooms and corri- 
dors thoroughly clean. 

The last Legislature appropriated $8,600.00 for painting the 
exterior of the building, repairing the dome, and extending 
the cement walks from the east entrance. These improvements 
were made under the direction of the Capitol Building Com- 
missioners. The painting has added much to the appearance 
of the building, as have also new doors with glass panels at 
the entrances, which light up the corridors. 

The appearance and condition of the Capitol Building and 
grounds is a matter in which all the citizens of the State take 
a pardonable pride, and there is an almost universal desire to 
see these well kept. Residents from other parts of the State 
almost invariably visit the building when in Salem, and tour- 
ists and intending settlers are very frequent visitors. In fact, 
it sometimes requires almost the whole time of an employ^ to 
show these visitors about the building and grounds. To the 
Utter class, the appearance of these is an index to the thrift 
and progressiveness of our people, and to have them well kept 
goes far toward creating in the minds of such visitors a good 
impression of our State and its people. 

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here suggested can surely meet with no opposition if due re- 
gard is had to the preservation of the property and to its gen- 
eral appearance. 

The elevator now in use is a source of considerable complaint 
on the part of those having occasion to use it, particularly those 
having to visit the third floor. It is of ancient make, operated 
by hydraulic pressure from the asylum, and, owing to insuffi- 
cient pressure, ascends very slowly. It can, at an expense of 
$4,000, be changed to electric power, which would be a great 
convenience to those having occasion to use it. 

The six-inch water main running from the asylum to the 
Capitol Building and furnishing water for irrigating the grounds 
and operating the elevator is in a very bad condition. It has 
become rusted and worn out through age, being a light steel 
pipe which has been in use over twenty years, and will not 
stand the pressure that is required. Unless this pipe is re- 
placed with new pipe, it will be necessary to abandon this 
source of water supply and purchase water from the city water 
company at an expense of about $800 per annum, or discon- 
tinue irrigation of the grounds and operation of the elevator. 
It is estimated that a cast iron water main, which would last a 
century, would cost, laid, about $7,000. 

The lineoleum covering the main, or second floor and cor- 
ridors is badly worn. It should be replaced by tiling or tessera 
flooring, which would harmonize with the interior of the build- 
ing and improve it from a sanitary point of view and give the 
many visitors to the building a better impression. 

A part of the third floor is incomplete, as a result of the 
alteration of the Representative Hall and the removal of the 
library. The space formerly occupied by the library should be 
divided into conveniently arranged rooms for the use of the 
Justices of the Supreme Court, Clerk of the Court, Attorney 
General, State Engineer, and Library Commission. The rooms 
now occupied by these offices can be utilized as additional legis- 
lative committee rooms. During the sessions of the Legislature 
there are not enough of these rooms to accommodate many im- 
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to one room to the annoyance of the members and the inter- 
ruption of business. The Corporation Department, State Engi- 
neer, and Library Commission have been occupying legislative 
committee rooms, and in order to provide for these during the 
sessions it has been necessary to temporarily partition off a part 
of the library. 

Additional room for filing papers is needed in the office of the 
Clerk of the Supreme Court. Should provision be made for 
additional rooms by partitioning the old library room, this 
office could be accommodated by that means, but if not, a 
reasonable appropriation will be necessary for the purchase of 
additional filing cases for that office. 

The library is very poorly lighted and it would be a decided 
improvement if a skylight could be put in. 

The printing plant should not be located in the building. 
On account of benzine, oil, and litter it is a source of danger 
from fire. Such plants are considered by fire underwriters as 
hazardous risks; besides, the jar from the machinery and re- 
ceiving and delivering material, is a source of disturbance in 
the offices on the first and second floors in that part of the 
building in which the plant is located. The room it occupies 
could be used to good advantage for other purposes. 

A sufficient appropriation should be made to make the 
changes which are here brought to your notice. 

I respectfully direct your attention, as the attention of nearly 
every preceding legislative assembly has been directed, by the 
reports of this department, to the fact that there is no fire in- 
surance covering the Capitol Building or its contents. No Legis- 
lature has authorized the placing of insurance on the building 
or contents, or made an appropriation to cover the cost of same. 
The building is equipped with a fair water system, which is in- 
spected from time to time, and it is also guarded as carefully 
as possible by the janitors and nightwatchman. The approx- 
imate cost of the building and contents, excepting the library, 
is $500,000. The library is increasing in value yearly. The 
annual rate on the building and contents charged by the in- 
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years being double the annual rate. If, in your judgment, the 
building should be covered by some insurance, an appropria- 
tion should be made therefor. 

The contract entered into August 4, 1903, for lighting the 
several State institutions located at Salem will expire on the 
31st day of March, 1908. As the next Legislature will not con- 
vene until January, 1909, it will be necessary that you make 
some provision for taking care of this matter, and would sug- 
gest that the Capitol Building Commissioners be authorized to 
make a contract for lighting these institutions similar to the 
present contract, if satisfactory terms as to rates can be made. 
If not, the board should have authority to install a central or 
several electric plants of sufficient capacity to provide the neces- 
sary light, and a sum should be appropriated to cover the esti- 
mated cost. 

state census. 

At page 106 will be found a summary of returns of census 
rolls for the year 1905, transmitted to this office in pursuance 
of Chapter VIII, Title XXX, Annotated Codes and Statutes, 
showing the population by counties, the number of each sex, 
and the number of persons liable to military duty, and the 
number of legal voters. 

In accordance with the provisions of the foregoing chapter 
the necessary printed forms were transmitted to the clerks of 
the several counties in April, 1905, together with general in- 
structions for the information and guidance of enumerators. 
The statute requiring this enumeration was enacted by the 
Legislature of 1864, and simply provides that the assessors of 
the several counties of the State at the time of assessing their 
respective counties for that year and every ten years thereafter 
shall take an enumeration of the inhabitants and industrial 
products of the State and return the rolls to the county clerk, 
who shall transmit the same to this office. Neither of the offi- 
cials mentioned is required, nor does he consider it his duty, 
to compile or total such enumeration or data secured, conse- 
quently the rolls returned to this office were not totalled, ex- 
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order to obtain such totals, that the clerical force of this office, 
when'not busy with regular business, compute the same, which 
has added considerably to the work of this department. We 
were, however, unable, owing to the fact that other duties lim- 
ited the time which could be given to the work, to compile the 
totals of the industrial products returned. In our opinion these 
latter totals would be of little value, for the reason that a large 
portion of the returns received is manifestly incomplete and 
inaccurate, a number of counties showing a smaller population 
than that shown by the Federal Census of 1900, which, by a 
general knowledge and the last annual school census were 
known to have an increased population. 

In my last report, I directed the attention of the Legislature 
to the existing law requiring the census to be taken, with a 
view to its revision or amendment so that beneficial results 
might be obtained, or that it might be repealed so as to save 
the expense which the law makes it necessary to incur without 
obtaining any accurate data or information. 

The results obtained, compared with the expense and work 
of securing it, are, through its inaccuracy, a detriment to the 
State, as it furnishes a false report of its population and re- 
sources. 

nonresident poor. 

I would renew the recommendation contained in my last 
report that section 2660 of the Code, providing that when any 
person who is not a resident of this State shall become a public 
charge, the expense incurred by a county in providing for such 
person shall be refunded by the State, be repealed, or that it 
be amended so as to provide a schedule of prices which shall 
be definite and certain, and a limitation of time during which 
provision may be made for such persons, and specifically de- 
fining the term "nonresident." 

There are no claims presented to this office which are as 
difficult to audit as the claims presented under the foregoing 
statute. Claims aggregating a large sum are now held up for 
want of satisfactory proof as to the residence of the persons 
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expense claimed was the actual expense incurred. In the first 
place, the person whom the county provides for, is in most cases, 
a person having no fixed place of residence, but wandering 
from place to place, claiming to be in search of employment, 
. with the intention of remaining in the county, and thus be- 
coming a resident if employment is secured. 

The courts have decided that the question of residence is 
largely one of intention, and that a person will become a bona 
fide resident as soon as he or she arrives in the county, if it is 
their intention to remain. The proof submitted with claims of 
this character is often so meagre and conflicting that it is im- 
possible to satisfactorily determine therefrom whether the per- 
son is a nonresident or not. 

In the second place, nearly all the counties provide for public 
charges in their county hospitals or poor houses, and are unable 
to satisfactorily show to this office the actual per capita expense 
which has been incurred in providing for such charges during 
the period for which refund is claimed. Furthermore, there 
appears to be a disposition in cases where the person provided 
for is known to be, or is considered a nonresident, to incur a 
much greater expense, or allow extraordinary charges, than if 
the person were a county charge, the expense of which would 
have to be borne by the county. This is done, knowing that 
the amounts allowed must be refunded by the State. The 
statute seems to give this office no authority or discretion to 
question any item of expense or amount charged after the ex- 
pense has been incurred by the county. 

CLAIM AGAINST THE GENERAL GOVERNMENT FOR EXPENSES IN- 
CURRED DURING THE WAR OF THE REBELLION. 

On June 26, 1906, the claim of this State covered by a bill 
introduced in the Senate by Senator C. W. Fulton, at the in- 
stance of Captain John Mullan, was referred to the court of 
claims, under the provisions of section 14 of the Act of Con- 
gress approved March 3, 1887, known as the Tucker Act. 
Under this act the court has no authority to render a final 
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court certified to Congress in the nature of an advisory report. 

The claim so referred is for military supplies and services, 
$17,836.89; bounty and relief bonds, $219,434.01, aggregating 
with principal and interest in 1889, when the account was last 
stated, $390,820.10. 

The controversy out of whicli the claim arose involves the 
construction of the Act of Congress of June 27, 1861 (12 Stat. 
at L., 276), known as the Indemnity Act, authorizing the gov- 
ernors of the States to recruit troops and directing the reim- 
bursement by the Secretary of the Treasury of all costs, charges 
and expenses "properly incurred/ 1 

The original bills for services and supplies, supported by the 
sworn certificates of Ex-Governor Gibbs, and Col. C. A. Reed, 
respectively commander-in-chief and adjutant general of the 
military forces of the State during the time said expenses were 
incurred, and the paid and cancelled warrants for payment 
thereof, accompanied by copies of the State legislation on the 
subject, together with the lists of bounty and relief bonds, were 
duly certified by the Secretary of State and State Treasurer and 
transmitted during the year 1882 by R. P. Earhart, Secretary 
of State. 

The Treasury Department and the War Department held in 
the case of the State of Nevada. that expenses "properly in- 
curred" were those expenses which were ordinarily incurred 
by the War Department in organizing troops, and disallowed 
all the expenditures for extra pay, etc., of the character em- 
braced in the claim. After this decision, other evidence tend- 
ing to show that the expenses incurred were for bounties and 
extra pay, and enlisting, equipping and drilling troops during 
the said war, sdlely for services actually rendered the United 
States, was prepared and transmitted to Captain Mullan and 
a bill introduced by Senator Dolph, providing for examination 
by the Secretary of War of the account and evidence in sup- 
port of the claim, which bill passed the Senate, but failed to 
become a law. At subsequent sessions of Congress bills were 
introduced providing for examination of the claim, but failed 
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Captain Mullan, in whose hands the claim was placed by 
Secretary of State R. P. Earhart in 1882, and who claims to 
have presented it, deemed it advisable to have some firm asso- 
ciated with him in the trial of the case before the court of 
claims, recommending the firm of Ralston & Siddons, of Wash- 
ington, D. C, which firm is acting as counsel jointly with him 
in a similar claim of the State of Nevada ; said firm having 
given the questions long and careful consideration in connec- 
tion with that case. 

It was requested that new appointments be made in the 
names of Captain Mullan and Ralston & Siddons, and that they 
receive as compensation for their services in the case a con- 
tingent fee of ten per centum of the amount recovered for the 
State, the compensation to cover all attorneys' services per- 
formed by Captain Mullan or Ralston & Siddons, and all other 
costs and expenses, the employment to be based upon the au- 
thority provided by paragraph 4 of section 2397, Bellinger 
and Cotton's Code, which authorizes the Secretary of State "to 
direct and superintend the collection of all moneys due to the 
State * * * ail d any or all attorneys employed by the 
Secretary in behalf of said State shall be entitled to receive as 
a compensation ten per centum on all moneys collected by him 
or them in pursuance of this Act, to be audited and paid the 
same as other accounts against the State." 

The matter was referred to the Attorney General, who antici- 
pated visiting Washington, with instructions to inquire into 
the necessity of employing attorneys in the matter, also the 
reputation of the attorneys recommended, and in the event he 
was satisfied the attorneys were necessary to arrange form of 
appointment and contract for compensation. Upon the Attor- 
ney General's return he reported he was satisfied it was neces- 
sary to employ counsel, and that he had made arrangements 
with said firm of Ralston & Siddons and Captain Mullan as 
attorneys for the State in Washington to assist in preparing a 
petition and presenting the matter to the Court of Claims to 
find the facts, and an agreement, subject to my approval, by 
which those parties were to receive ten per centum of any 
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being wholly contingent upon success in collection, which 
agreement he advised me to execute, authorizing said attor- 
neys to appear in said Court of Claims and represent the State. 

The matter was also referred to the Governor, who sanc- 
tioned the agreement and advised its execution, inasmuch as 
he had been in correspondence about the matter for three 
years past and was familiar with the facts out of which the 
claim grew. 

Therefore, by virtue of authority provided by section 2397, 
Bellinger and Cotton's Code, I appointed Captain John Mullan 
and the firm of Ralston & Siddons, of Washington, D. C, as 
attorneys for the State of Oregon, to represent the same in the 
prosecution before the United States Court of Claims, before 
Congress and the Executive Departments of the Government 
in the matter of the claim of said State for expenses incurred 
and moneys paid in raising troops for the service of the United 
States during the Civil War; and, in consideration of their 
services, fixed the compensation at ten per centum of such 
moneys as may be paid to and received by said State on ac- 
count of such claim, of which amount one-half to be payable 
to John Mullan and one-half to the firm of Ralston & Siddons, 
appointment to remain in force until the first day of January, 
1909, when the rights of said attorneys shall cease and deter- 
mine, except in so far as prior to said date judgments or find- 
ings in favor of the State may be obtained ; the appointment 
being made by virtue of the authority conferred by paragraphs 
4 and 6 of section 2397, Bellinger and Cotton's Code. 

It was further agreed that all moneys collected on account 
of the claim shall be paid into the treasury of the State and 
the compensation of the attorneys shall be audited and paid 
the same as other accounts against the State. 

As no money can be drawn from the treasury but in pursu- 
ance of appropriations made by law, an act should be passed 
appropriating ten per centum of any moneys collected by rea- 
son of the services of these attorneys and paid into the State 
Treasury, and authorizing the Secretary of State to audit and 
pay their claim the same as other accounts against the State. 
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ADDITIONAL CLERICAL AID. 

Increase in the volume and importance of the business and 
correspondence in this office is such that the appropriation 
"for the salaries of clerks and stenographers in the office of the 
Secretary of State" should be increased to provide for two ad- 
ditional clerks and a slight increase in the compensation of 
the stenographers. This is a matter of real necessity in order 
to keep up the current work of the office as it should be kept 
up. During the past two years, with the large increase of busi- 
ness, working many nights each week and Sundays, it haa been 
barely possible for the present force to handle the business. 
Much has to be done hurriedly and some matters that ought to 
be attended to have to be left undone. It is not reasonable or 
right that clerks should be obliged to work more than eight 
hours a day. Since 1899 there has been no increase in the 
clerical force of the office except that occasioned by the enact- 
ment of the corporation tax law in 1903. The statute provid- 
ing that the expenditures of moneys for pay of clerical aid in 
the office shall not exceed the appropriation, therefore, I have 
been obliged to personally provide for additional aid to care 
for pressing business. 

The work required of all clerks in this office is of the most 
responsible and exacting nature. During the period covered 
by this report, claims aggregating more than $2,500,000 have 
been audited. Accounts are kept showing all the receipts and 
disbursements of the State Treasurer. Licenses and taxes are 
collected from the insurance companies, also corporation or- 
ganization and license fees, aggregating nearly $70,000 per 
annum. This office is also charged with the sale of the ses- 
sion laws and supreme court reports, and the distribution of 
all public documents and the election blanks and supplies, be- 
sides the additional work due to the direct primary nominating 
elections law, involving the examination and filing of petitions, 
certifying to nominations, etc.; also the compiling of the census 
returns, and a vast number of other duties too numerous to 
mention, all of which call for a vast amount of correspondence. 
During the period covered by this report 10.739 claims amount- 
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claims aggregating $4,109.80 disallowed and filed for presenta- 
tion to the Legislative Assembly, as provided by statute. 

Every additional office or board created by legislative enact- 
ment, either directly or indirectly, increases the volume of 
work of the office and it would seem, therefore, only just on 
the part of the State to furnish adequate help to properly per- 
form the important duties which devolve upon this depart- 
ment; also to pay salaries commensurate with the labor per- 
formed and responsibilities imposed upon the clerical force. 

BOUNDARY LINE BETWEEN UMATILLA, UNION AND WALLOWA 

COUNTIES. 

The report of the Commission created by Chapter 17, Laws 
1905, to establish the boundary line between Umatilla and 
Wallowa counties and Umatilla and Union counties has been 
received and filed, and will be submitted for your considera- 
tion as the law directs. 

INCORPORATED CITIES AND TOWNS. 

Under the provisions of the general law, sections 2687-2692, 
of Bellinger and Cotton's Annotated Codes and Statutes of Or- 
egon, the following named cities and towns have filed copies 
of the orders of incorporation, made by the county courts in 
which the respective cities or towns are situated : 

City of Bend, Crook County, Piled January 19, 1905. 

Town of Monument, Grant do do March 6, do 

City of Umatilla, Umatilla do do May 9, 1906. 

City of Cob urg, Lane do do June 7, do 

VETOED BILLS. 

The following comprises a list of bills passed by the last Leg- 
islature, and vetoed by the Governor after adjournment, and 
filed in this office with his objections thereto, which, in accord- 
ance with the provisions of the Constitution, will be returned 
to the respective houses in which the same originated, for con- 
sideration : 

Senate Bill No. 13, amending the statutes relating to fish 
and fisheries. 

Senate Bill No. 17, providing for the better protection of the 
salmon industry of the Columbia River. 

Senate Bill No. 124, authorizing the calling of an annual 
convention of county school superintendents, and providing 
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Senate Bill No. 156, providing for a board of control of State 
institutions. 

Senate Bill No. 191, defining fraternal beneficiary associa- 
tions and regulating and controlling the same. 

Senate Bill No. 209, to vacate the public square and certain 
streets in LaGrande. 

Senate Bill No. 223, changing the boundary line between 
Marion and Linn counties. 

Senate Bill No. 238, creating the office of deputy constable 
for Portland district. 

Senate Bill No. 263, amending the statutes relating to grad- 
uates from normal schools. 

House Bill No. 95, regulating the sale of commercial fertil- 
izers. 

House Bill No. 147, providing for the better enforcement of 
the laws governing the salmon industry of the State. 

House Bill No. 295, to provide for voting on sheep and goats 
running at large. 

House Bill No. 312, establishing the Rogue River road dis- 
trict, and providing for a wagon road connecting Josephine 
and Curry counties. 

House Bill No. 333, amending the statutes relating to the 
collection of mileage by sheriffs. 

House Bill No. 377, authorizing the board of trustees to re- 
locate the Deaf Mute School. 



PROPOSED LAWS AND AMENDMENTS SUBMITTED 
TO THE PEOPLE. 

Under the provisions of Section 1 of Article IV of the Con- 
stitution and an act making the same effective, five laws and 
five amendments to the Constitution were proposed by initia- 
tive petitions, filed in this office and duly submitted to the 
people at the general election held June 4, 1906, for enactment 
or rejection. Following is a list of the measures, with the vote 
cast thereon, the first three not being approved by a majority 
of the votes were thereby rejected. An enacting clause being 
omitted from the bill for a law prohibiting free passes and 
discrimination by railroad companies and other public ser- 
vice corporations, it was in the opinion of the Attorney 
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were, by proclamation of the Governor, dated June 25, 1906, 
declared duly enacted and in force and effect from that date. 
The total number of ballots cast at said election, as shown 
by the poll books, was 99,445 : 

rejected. 

Article II, Section 2, " Equal Suffrage Constitutional Amend- 
ment." Yes, 36,902 ; No, 47,075. 

"Amendment to local option law giving anti-prohibitionists 
and prohibitionists equal privileges." Yes, 35,297; No, 45,144. 

"Law to abolish tolls on the Mount Hood and Barlow Road, 
and providing for its ownership by the State." Yes, 31,525; 
No, 44,527. 

ENACTED. 

Article XVII, Section 1, "Constitutional amendment provid- 
ing method of amending constitution and applying the ref- 
endura to all laws affecting constitutional conventions and 
amendments." Yes, 47,661; No, 18,751. 

Article XI, Section 2, "Constitutional amendment giving cities 
and towns exclusive power to enact and amend their char- 
ters." Yes, 52,567 ; No, 19,852. 

Article XII, Section 1, "Constitutional amendment to allow the 
State printing, binding and Printer's compensation to be 
regulated by law at any time." Yes, 63,749 ; No, 9,571. 

Article IV, Section 1 a, "Constitutional amendment for the in- 
itiative and referendum on local, special and municipal laws 
and parts of laws." Yes, 47,678 ; No, 16,735. 

** An act requiring sleeping car companies, refrigerator car com- 
panies and oil companies to pay an annual license upon 
gross earnings." Yes, 69,635 ; No, 6,441. 

"An act requiring express companies, telegraph companies and 
telephone companies to pay an annual license upon gross 
earnings." Yes, 70,872 ; No, 6,360. 

VOID. 

"Bill for a law prohibiting free passes and discrimination by 
railroad companies and other public service corporations." 
Yes, 57,281 ; No, 16,779. 

I respectfully renew the suggestions in my last report that 
the law of 1903 (Laws 1903, p. 244), making effective the ini- 
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the Constitution of the State of Oregon be amended. It pro- 
vides that every sheet for petitioners' signatures shall be at- 
tached to a full and correct copy of the title and text of the 
measure proposed by the initiative petition. It will be seen 
that under this provision there are as many copies of the pro- 
posed measure filed with the Secretary of State as there are 
sheets for petitioners' signatures, and in instances where the 
measure is lengthy, as in the case of the petitions for the 
amendment to the local option liquor law, and the bills requir- 
ing certain corporations to pay an annual license tax, they 
made a package so bulky, cumbersome and voluminous that it 
was utterly impossible to arrange them so as to permit of ready 
reference and at the same time preserve them in tact. 

Therefore if a proposed measure is enacted and the petitions 
and copies thereof become the original l#w such large space in 
the file is required to preserve the same, that I would suggest 
that the law be so amended as to authorize the Attorney Gen- 
eral or some other State official to examine all petitions for the 
enactment of laws which may be filed in the office of the Sec- 
retary of State and to attach the sheets containing the signa- 
tures and certificates to one copy of the law and eliminate all 
others. The one copy of the law and all petitions therefor, 
together with copies of the Governor's Proclamation should 
then be arranged and bound in convenient form for future ref- 
erence and preservation. 

I desire also to call attention to the requirement of the law 
that the Secretary of State shall have a sufficient number of 
copies of the proposed measure printed and bound so as to fur- 
nish one copy to every voter in each county in the State. Under 
this provision we were required to furnish 100,000 copies of 
each of the measures for each initiative petition having the 
requisite number of signatures filed in this office at an ex- 
pense of 



For paper 9 1,017 00 

For printing _ 8,742 00 

For binding _ 1,610 00 



Total $ 6,869 00 

This number of copies I believe to be largely in excess of the 
number actually used or required, and I believe may be re- 



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duced one-third and still provide sufficient number to supply 
each voter who desires a copy thereof, and result in saving to 
the State quite a large sum. 

The act also requires the Governor to issue his proclamation 
announcing the filing of each petition, with a brief statement 
of its tenor and effect, which shall be published four times in 
four consecutive weeks in one daily or weekly newspaper in 
each judicial district in the State ; also after the returns of the 
election have been received and canvassed to issue his procla- 
mation, which shall be published the same as the other procla- 
mation, giving the number of votes cast for and against each 
measure in question, and declaring such as are approved to be 
in full force and effect from the ddte of said proclamation. 

The expense of the publication of the proclamations for the 
initiative petitions is about $4,000. The appropriation for the 
payment of this expense being only sufficient to pay $1,999.70 
thereof, certificates of audit and allowance for the balance were 
issued and it will be necessary to make appropriation therefor, 
and also materially increase the appropriations to meet future 
expenses of this character, in the event no changes are made 
in the existing law. 

INFORMATION CONCERNING THE RESOURCES OF OREGON. 

This office receives many requests for information regarding 
the resources, advantages, and opportunities of Oregon, from 
those who desire to locate or invest within the State. As far as 
possible we have responded to these requests by forwarding 
special editions of newspapers and such miscellaneous pamph- 
lets as we have been able to obtain, or by referring the request 
to the Chamber of Commerce of Portland, or other local com- 
mercial bodies, where the information desired is concerning 
some particular section. 

Other States, notably Washington and Wyoming, issue nicely 
illustrated and compiled pamphlets of their recources, which it 
is reported have materially aided and induced emigration to 
those States. 

Large appropriations have been made from time to time by 
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manufactures at expositions, both at home and in other States; 
and at this session of the Legislature appropriations will be 
sought for the expositions to be held in the States of Washing- 
ton and Virginia. In this connection I believe that an illus- 
trated book, carefully compiled and written, giving reliable 
statistical and descriptive matter, setting forth the advantages 
of the State, published by its authority, which is considered 
more reliable than if issued through other sources, would ac- 
complish equal results, if not in some respects be more effec- 
tive in attracting desirable settlers or investors to the State 
than the cost of such a book expended in an exposition. Would 
therefore suggest that a portion of any appropriation made for 
the purpose of representing Oregon at any exposition be ex- 
pended for compiling and publishing a book containing infor- 
mation of its resources for distribution by this office. 

CONCLUSION. 

In conclusion, I desire herewith to extend to my associates 
of the various State Boards and Commissions, namely, the 
Governor, Treasurer, and Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion, my sincere appreciation of their efforts at all times and 
on all occasions to carefully protect the welfare and interests 
of the State and to thank them for the courtesy and spirit of 
fairness they have manifested in their association with me as 
a member of such Boards or Commissions. 

I also wish to make acknowledgment of the advice and aid 
received from the Attorney General. I have had occasion fre- 
quently to request his oral advice and his written opinions, 
which have always been willingly and cheerfully given, and 
have been so full and clear, that they have been accepted and 
followed without hesitation. 

I further desire to commend the employes of this Depart- 
ment upon the energy, dispatch and fidelity with which the 
work of the office has been performed. To them is due the 
credit of handling the large volume of business that has passed 
through the Department in a thorough and creditable manner. 
Respectfully submitted, 

Frank I Dunbar, 
Secretary of State. 



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Showing balance on band September 30, 1904, and summary of cash re- 
ceipts and disbursements from October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, in- 
clusive, per State Treasurer's duplicate receipts and schedule of disburse- 
ments filed. 

GENERAL FUND. Exhibit "A." 

This fund embraces all the revenue of the State applicable to the payment 
of the ordinary expenses of the State government. 

The sources from which it is derived are taxes, insurance licenses, taxes 
on insurance premiums, fees of the Supreme Court, corporation fees and 
licenses, taxes on inheritances, board of United States prisoners, etc. 

The expenditures therefrom are authorized by permanent and biennial 
appropriations upon warrants issued by the Secretary of State. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 80, 1904 $ 240,587 07 

From taxes 1,792,882 82 

From Interest on deferred payments of taxes 188 98 

From corporations, fees and licenses 240,049 78 

From taxes on insurance premiums 110,432 82 

From insurance licenses 9,899 41 

From transfers from Inberltauce tax fund 89,990 79 

From con vict labor j. 12,566 58 

From fees of the Supreme Court 9,165 60 

From sales of laws and Supreme Court reports 4,445 35 

From sales of school laws 400 75 

From sales of surplus products, etc., of State Institu- 
tions __ 6,«72 14 

From board of United States prisoners 8,802 68 

From care of local insane _ — 4,279 97 

From fines for violations of game laws 761 10 

From fees of the State Engineer'* office _ 801 80 

From the Federal Government for care of charges at 

the reform school ._ _ 88 75 

From Oregon State Commission, Trans-Mississippi and 

International Exposition 180 78 

From Florence Crittenden Home, unexpended balance 

of appropriation „ 854 60 

From transfers from Swamp Land Fund— 4,893 88 

From Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition Commis- 
sion, sales of property, etc. 8,671 71 

From miscellaneous sources 1,218 52 

From transfer from sewer fund 186 44 8 2,492,417 57 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 2,279,898 8» 

By interest on warrants paid— 11 85 8 2,279,905 54 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 8 212,512 03 

COMMON SCHOOL FUND -Principal. Exhibit "B." 

The irreducible school fund is composed of (1) the proceeds of the sales 
of the 16th and 36th sections of every township in the State or of lands 
selected in lieu thereof ; (2) the proceeds of the sale of the 500,000 acres of 
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approved September 4, 184 1; (3) all moneys accruing to the State by escheat 
or forfeiture ; (4) the proceeds of all gifts, devises and bequests to the State 
for common school purposes; (5) the proceeds of all property granted to the 
State when the purpose of such grant shall not be stated ; (6) all fines and 
penalties for violation of the laws regulating the practice of medicine, and 
is invested by the State Land Board for the benefit of the public schools of 
the State. 

Expenditures therefrom are made for repayments of purchase moneys 
and in payment of expenses of escheat cases upon duly approved claims, 
upon warrant of the Clerk of the State Land Board, and upon loans of the 
State Land Board on real estate in this State of not less than thrice the value 
of the amount loaned exclusive of perishable improvements. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30. 1904 $ 200,361 24 

From payments on certificates of purchase and cash 

sales of lands 380,450 22 

From sales of lands acquired by deed or foreclosure 53,481 90 

From sales of tide lands 2J370 05 

From repayment of loans, and school district bonds 

and warrants, from escheated estates, and from 

fines and penalties for violations of the medical 

laws, etc 890,496 10 

From transfer from tide land fund 19,680 39 $ 1,565,728 90 



DISBURSEMENTS, 

By bond and warrant purchases $ 62,075 00 

By loans 1,866,075 00 

By warrants paid 63,695 25 9 1,49-^845 25 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 $ 71,883 05 

COMMON SCHOOL FUND— Interest. Exhibit "BB." 

The source of this fund is the interest received on the investments of the 
common school fund principal. 

The amount of this fund on hand is, on the first day of August in each 
year, divided among 1 the several counties of the State in proportion to the 
number of children resident therein between the ages of four and twenty 
years. 

The salary of the Clerk of the State Land Board, and all necessary ex- 
penses for books, maps, blanks, stationery, postage and other incidental 
expenses of the State Land Board are paid from this fund upon warrant 
of the Clerk of the State Land Board, issued upon vouchers duly approved 
by the State Land Board. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1901. __„$ 26,833 82 

From Interest payments on certificates of purchase— 72,419 69 
From Interest payments on sales of lands acquired by 

deed or foreclosure 35,850 00 

From interest on loans, bonds and warrants 445,143 91 $ 580,247 42 

DISBU RSEM ENTS. 

By warrants paid I 24,475 68 

By per capita distribution, 1905-1906 526,168 70 $ 650,644 88 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 9 29,603 04 



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AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND— Principal. Exhibit 44 C." 

This fund is derived from the proceeds of the sale of the 90,000 acres of 
land granted to the State of Oregon by the United States under act of 
Congress approved July 2, 1862, for the support of an institution of learning 
for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts, and is invested by the 
State Land Board for the benefit of the institution known as the State 
Agricultural College, at Corvallis, Oregon. 

Disbursements therefrom are made for the repayment of purchase moneys, 
upon warrant of the Clerk of the State Land Board and upon loans made by 
the State Land Board on real estate in this State of not less than thrice the 
value of the amount loaned, exclusive of perishable improvements. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 30, 1904 $ 15,382 45 

From payments on certificates of purchase and cash 

sales of land 12,304 34 

From sales of lands acquired by deed or foreclosure 2,750 00 

From repayment of loans 53,685 J» $ 84,322 18 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By loans * 75,450 00 

By warrants paid $ 75,450 00 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906. $ 8^72 18 

AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND— Interest. Exhibit "CC." 

The source of this fund is the interest received on investments of the 
agricultural college fund, principal. 

Disbursements therefrom are made upon warrants of the Clerk of the 
State Land Board upon duly approved vouchers, and upon warrants of the 
Secretary of State issued upon written request of the treasurer of the Board 
of Regents of the State Agricultural College, countersigned by the secre- 
tary, for the support of the State Agricultural College. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1904 $ 3,361 42 

From interest payments on certificates of purchase 3,165 55 

From interest payments on sales of lands acquired by 

deed or foreclsoure 939 47 

From Interest on loans 18,*i»3 49 9 25,76193 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid 1 23,188 42 9 23,188 42 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 9 2,623 51 

UNIVERSITY FUND— Principal. Exhibit "D." 

This fund is derived from the sale of the seventy-two sections of land 
granted to the State of Oregon by the United States under act of Congress 
approved February 14, 1859. for the use and support of the State University, 
and is invested by the State Land Board for the benefit of the State Uni- 
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Expenditures therefrom are made for the repayment of purchase money* 
upon warrant of the Clerk of the State Land Board and upon loanB made by 
the State Land Board on real estate in this State of not less than thrice the 
value of the amount loaned, exclusive of perishable improvements. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 $ 5,075 28 

From payments on certificates of purchase and cash 

sales of land 612 85 

From sales of lands acquired by deed or foreclosure 920 00 

From repayments of loan s 24,990 48 $ 32,498 61 

DISBURSEMENTS, 

By loans * 29,860 00 * 29,850 00' 



Balance on hand September 80, 1906 $ 8,148 61 

UNIVERSITY FUND-Intehest. Exhibit "DD." 

The source of this fund is the interest received on the investments of the 
university fund, principal. 

Disbursements therefrom are made upon warrants of the Clerk of the 
State Land Board upon duly approved vouchers, and upon vouchers duly 
approved by the Board of Regents of the State University, for the support 
of the State University. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 $ 2,585 71 

From interest payments on certificates of purchase 182 75 

From Interest payments on sales of lands acquired by 

deed or foreclosure 590 48 

From interest on loans 10,856 00 $ 18,664 94, 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By wai rants paid 4 9,201 45 $ 9,201 45- 

Balance on hand September 80, 190(5 8 4,463 49 

THURSTON MONUMENT FUND— Principal. Exhibit u E." 

This fund is derived from the amount of certain promissory certificates: 
in payment of the per diem from February 16, 1849, in favor of Hon. Samuel 
R. Thurston, the first delegate in Congress from the Territory of Oregon, 
while a member of the Provisional Government of Oregon Territory during* 
the session of 1848-1849, received in payment for his per diem, which was* 
not paid for want of funds, and remained unpaid in accordance with the pro- 
visions of the act of February 21, 1890 (Laws 1891, pages 1014-1015). 

Under the provisions of said act it was made the duty of the State Board 
of Land Commissioners to loan said fund at six per centum per annum. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 $ 120 36 

From loans repaid $ 120 86 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid ___ 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 $ 120 86- 



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THE A. R. BURBANK TRUST FUND-Princi1>al. Exhibit "P." 

The source of this fuod is the proceeds of the sale of the real estate de- 
vised to the State of Oregon, in trust, for the Orphans' Home, at Salem, 
Oregon, and at Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, by A. R. Burbank, 
deceased, late of Lafayette, Yamhill County, State of Oregon. 

Disbursements therefrom are made by the Governor, the Secretary of 
State, and the State Treasurer, constituting the board of trustees for the 
management thereof, in payment of the expenses of the trust, and upon 
loans on real estate upon approved security. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 30, 1904 9 2,878 22 

From sales of real estate, etc 11,450 00 

From repayment of loan a 421 00 $ 14,247 22 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid ,. 

By loans 12,250 00 S 12,250 00 

Balance on band September 80, 1006 $ 1,997 22 

THE A. R. BURBANK TRUST FUND— Interest. Exhibit "FF.» 

The source of this fund is the interest received on the investments of the 
A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, principal. 

Disbursements therefrom are made by the Governor, the Secretary of 
State, and the State Treasurer, constituting the board of trustees for the 
management of said fund, in payment of the expenses of the trust, and in 
carrying out the provisions thereof. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 80, 1904 $ 40 

From interest payments, etc. 907 10 $ 907 50 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid t 170 88$ 170 88 

Balance on band September 80, 1908 $ 788 82 

SWAMP LAND FUND. EXHIBIT "G." 

This fund is derived from the proceeds of the sale of swamp and over- 
flowed lands granted to the State of Oregon under act of Congress approved 
March 12, 1860. 

Disbursements from this fund are made on warrants to the Clerk of the 
State Land Board for repayment of moneys for lands to which the State can 
not give title. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 30, 1904 $ 541 68 

From sales of lands 12,801 14 

Prom transfer from general fund 61,168 40 $ 74,609 17 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid S 50,727 67 

By Interest on warrants paid ._ 16,449 78 $ 67,177 43 

Balance on band September 30, 1906 $ 7,831 74 



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TIDE LAND FUND. EXHIBIT "H." 

This fund is derived from the sale of tide lands, tide flats and sand islands 
not connected with the shore, acquired by the State by virtue of her sover- 
eignty, and is credited to and made a part of the common school fund, under 
act approved February 18, 1899. 

Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants of the Clerk of the State 
Land Board for repayment of purchase moneys for lands to which the State 
can not give title, upon approval by the State Land Board, and transferred 
to the account of the irreducible school fund. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on band September 30, 1901 $ 19 f ff78 88 

From sales of lands $ 19,073 63 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid 9 48 24 

By transfer to Common School Principal Fund 19,880 89 $ 19,873 (R 

Balance on band September 80, 1906 9 

GAME PROTECTION FUND. EXHIBIT "I." 

The source from which this fund is derived are the annual license fee* 
for the purpose of hunting for, taking, catching or killing any of the wild 
fowl, game birds or animals protected by the laws of the State, pursuant to- 
the provisions of Chapter 204 of the General Laws of 1905. 

Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants of the Secretary of State 
upon duly verified claims, approved by the State Game and Forestry Warden r 
for the purpose of enforcing the laws of the State for the protection of game 
and game fish. 

RECEIPTS. 

From annual license fees, etc. $ 29,898 40 S 29,898 40« 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrant paid $ 22,785 78 9 22,735 73. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 $ 6,682 67 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME NATIONAL FUND. EXHIBIT "J." 

This fund is derived from all sums paid by the Federal Government to the 
State Treasurer for the credit of the Oregon Soldiers' Home maintenance fund 
in consequence of the establishment and maintenance of said home by the 
State of Oregon under act approved February 27, 1901 (Laws 1901, pp. 277-280). 

Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants of the Secretary of State 
in payment of duly verified claims audited by the commandant of the Oregon 
Soldiers' Home and approved by the Governor. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1901 S s,876 45 

From the Federal Government _ _ 19,879 16 8 28,75T> 61 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid- _t 17,289 35 $ 17,239 36 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 $ 11,516 26. 



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OREGON STOVE FOUNDRY FUND. Exhibit "K.» 

This fund is derived from the sale of stock belonging to the State Stove 
Foundry at the Oregon State Penitentiary, located at Salem, Oregon, from 
rental of the plant and from the settlement made with the Lowenberg & 
Going Company and the Northwest Stove Foundry, authorized by the Legis- 
lative Assembly of 1899. 

Expenditures therefrom are made for necessary repairs and improve- 
ments at the plant of the said stove foundry, upon duly verified claims. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1904 S 4,918 05 

From rental of plant, «tc 4,083 83 $ 8,951 98 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrant* paid $ 6,067 82 $ 6,667 82 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 $ 2,284 16 



UNITED STATES FIVE PER CENT LAND SALES FUND. 
Exhibit "L." 
This fund is derived from the Federal Government under act of Congress. 
The amount thereof is annually distributed among the several counties 
within the State according to the area thereof, to be used only for the pur- 
pose of building, improving, and maintaining county roads and bridges, 
under act of the Legislative Assembly approved February 1, 1893. 

RECEIPTS. 

From the Federal Government __$ 92,774 61 $ 92,774 61 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 92,774 61 % 92,774 61 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 S ... 

STATE BOARD OF EXAMINERS' FUND. Exhibit "M." 

This fund is derived from the fees for applications for State certificates 
and State diplomas granted by the State Board of Education under act ap- 
proved February 20, 1899 (Laws 1899, pp. 209-224). 

Disbursements are made therefrom for the purpose of defraying the ex- 
penses of the State Board of Examiners for preparing and examining papers 
for State certificates and State diplomas upon warrants of the State Board 
of Education. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1904 % 869 82 

From fees for applications 2,588 00 % 2,957 32 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid i * 2,591 01 S 2,591 01 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 $ 366 31 



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HATCHERY FUND. EXHIBIT "N." 

The sources from which this fund was derived were the annual license 
fees for individual licenses, for fishing appliances, for those engaged in the 
business of canning fresh salmon, for those engaged in the business of buy- 
ing, selling, packing, or otherwise dealing in salmon fish or sturgeon, other 
than canners, and all fines, penalties and judgments which accrue, and the 
moneys in the several hatchery funds transferred pursuant to the pro- 
visions of the act filed in the office of the Secretary of State February 28, 
1901. 

Disbursements therefrom were made on warrants of the Secretary of 
State upon duly verified claims approved by the Beard of Fish Commis- 
sioners for the purpose of building and erecting hatcheries and in payment 
of services and expenses of water bailiffs. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 190J $ I 00 

From annual license fees, etc $ 100 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906 $ 1 00 

DISTRICT NO. 1, HATCHERY FUND. Exhibit "O." 

The sources from which this fund is derived are the annual license fees 
for individual licenses, for fishing appliances, for those engaged in the busi- 
ness of canning fresh salmon, for those engaged in the business of buying, 
selling, packing, or otherwise dealing in salmon fish or sturgeon, other than 
canners, and all fines, penalties, and judgments which accrue in the district, 
including that portion of the Columbia River and its tributaries over which 
the State of Oregon has jurisdiction, and the amount in the hatchery fund 
transferred pursuant to the provisions of the act filed in the office of the 
Secretary of State February 24, 1903. 

Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants of the Secretary of State 
upon duly verified claims, approved by the Board of Fish Commissioners for 
the purpose of building and operating hatcheries and in payment of services 
and expenses of water bailiffs in the district. 

RECEIPTS. V 

Balance on band September 30, 1901 $ 7,489 22 

From annual license fees, etc. — _ 37,087 42 9 44,576 64 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 25,891 41 $ 25,89141 

Balance on hand September 30, 1906. _ I 18,685 28 

DISTRICT NO. 2, HATCHERY FUND. EXHIBIT "P." 

The sources from which this fund is derived are the annual license fees 
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ness of buying, selling, packing, or otherwise dealing in salmon fish or 
sturgeon, other than cannera, and all fines, penalties and judgments which 
accrue in the district, including all the coast streams and their tributaries in 
the State of Oregon south of the Columbia River, and the amount in the 
hatchery fund transferred pursuant to the provisions of the act filed in the 
office of the Secretary of State February 24, 1903. 

Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants of the Secretary of State 
upon duly verified claims approved by the Board of Fish Commissioners for 
the purpose of building and operating hatcheries and in payment of services 
and expenses of water bailiffs in the district. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 30, 1901 $ 2,906 96 

From annual license fees, etc 10,988 10 $ 18,896 06 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warranto paid S W15 89 $ 12^15 89 

Balance on band September 80, 190B S 1,679 10 

BOUNTY FUND. Exhibit "Q." 

This fund was derived from a levy of a tax of one mill on the dollar upon 
all taxable property in the State for the year 1900, for the purpose of creat- 
ing a fund for the payment of warrants outstanding and unpaid and drawn 
against the "State scalp bounty fund," pursuant to the provisions of the act 
of February 18, 1899 (Laws 1899, pages 129-132), and from an appropriation 
from the "general fund" of 97,744.81, pursuant to the provisions of an act 
filed in the office of the Secretary of State February 19, 1903. 

Disbursements therefrom are made in payment of warrants drawn on the 
"State scalp bounty fund" and the "bounty fund" pursuant to the provisions 
of the acts of February 18, 1899, February 26, 1901, and January 30, 1901. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 f 2,227 14 

From interest on deferred payment of taxes 142 11 $ 2,909 25 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 958 00 

By Interest on warrants paid 88 28 $ 1,04128 

Balance on band September 80, 1906.. $ 1,827 97 

PURE FOOD FUND. EXHIBIT "R" 

This fund is derived from fines collected for violations of the "pure food 
laws," pursuant to the provisions of the act approved February 27, 1901, 
{Laws 1901, papes 256-265.) 

Disbursements are made therefrom on warrants drawn by the Oregon 
Dairy and Food Commissioner in payment of claims incurred in the enforce- 
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RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 __$ 42 38 

From fines for violations of the pure food laws 1,975 00 $ 2,017 33 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid * 9H2 95 $ 982 95 



Balance on hand September 80, 1906 * 1,054 88 

STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. Exhibit "S." 

This fund is derived pursuant to the provisions of the act of February 6. 
1901 (Laws, 1901, page 13), which provides there shall be levied and collected 
annually in the same manner as other taxes for State purposes are levied and 
collected the sum of $25,000 for the annual support and benefit of the State 
Agricultural College. 

Disbursements therefrom are made upon warrants of the Secretary of 
State, issued quarterly, upon written request of the Treasurer of the Board 
of Regents of the State Agricultural College, countersigned by the secretary, 
for the purpose of paying the current expenses, the salaries of professors 
and instructors, wages of employe's, buildings, improvements and repair*, 
etc., of the State Agricultural College. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 % 7,771 00 

From taxes 48,928 75 

From interest on deferred payment of taxes 142 $ 56,096 29 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 50,000 00 S 50,000 00 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 % 6,696 26 

SEWER FUND. Exhibit "T." 

This fund was derived from the proceeds of the sale of the surplus brick 
manufactured at the Oregon State Penitentiary, the cost thereof being paid 
from the appropriation "for the purchase of materials, labor, etc., for the 
extension of the State Capitol Building sewer on Center Street in the City 
of Salem to the Oregon State Penitentiary and the Oregon State Insane 
Asylum under the direction and supervision of the Stite Board of Capitol 
Building Commissioners, etc..-' as provided by the act filed in the office of 
the Secretary of State February 25, 1901, (Laws 1901, page 91.) 

Disbursements therefrom are made by order of the Board of Capitol 
Building Commissioners for continuing the work authorized by the appro- 
priation. Any surplus after the completion of the work authorized by the 
appropriation will revert to the general fund. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1904 __$ 202 44 

From sales of brick $ 202 44 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid „ $ 16 00 

By transfer to general fund 186 44 $ 202 44 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 8 



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PENITENTIARY BETTERMENT FUND. EXHIBIT "U." 

The source of this fund is the compensation received for the labor of the 
convicts at the Oregon State Penitentiary. 

Disbursements therefrom are made upon warrants of the Secretary of 
State in payment of claims incurred under the supervision of the Governor 
in making improvements upon, adding to the buildings, and other improve- 
ments as needed from time to time at the Oregon State Penitentiary, pursu- 
ant to the provisions of an act filed in the office of the Secretary of State 
February 24, 1903. 

RECEIPTS. 

Balance on hand September 80, 1901 $ 9,006 00 

From convict labor 18,117 44 $ 25,125 44 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 12,282 91 $ 12,282 91 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 S 12,842 58 

INHERITANCE TAX FUND. EXHIBIT "V." 

The source of this fund is the tax imposed upon gifts, legacies, and in* 
heritanoes, as provided by an act approved February 16, 1903, (Laws 1903, 
pp. 41M55.) 

Disbursements therefrom are made upon warrants of the Secretary of 
State in payment of taxes erroneously imposed ; also whenever the amount of 
money in this fund exceeds the sum of $10,000 all moneys in excess of $5,000 
are transferred to the credit of the general fund. 



Balance on hand September SO, 1904 8 6,826 98 

Prom tax on gifts, legacies, and inheritances 88,481 61 $ 46,106 54 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 117 75 

By transfers to the general fund 89,990 79 f 40,108 54 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 * 6,000 00 

PORTAGE RAILWAY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE FUND. 

EXHIBIT "W." 

The sources from which this fund is derived are from transfers from the 
appropriation of $25,000 contained in chapter 66 of the General Laws of 
1905, for repairing and purchasing equipment and for the general and con- 
tingent expenses necessary in the equipment, operation and maintenance of 
the State Portage Railway between The Dalles and Celilo in Oregon, and 
all funds received from any source in the operation and conducting of said 
railway. 



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Disbursements therefrom are made on warrants issued by the Board of 
Portage Commissioners for the purpose of operating and maintaining the 
*aid railway. 

RECEIPTS. 

Transfers from general fdnd $ 15,000 00 

From transportation charges, etc a,745 84 8 17,745 84 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

By warrants paid $ 13,712 88 8 13,712 88 

Balance on hand September 80, 1906 $ 4,038 01 

RECAPITULATION. 



Summary of cash receipts, disbursements, and the balances in the several funds, 
September 80, 1906. 



A'omm of fund. 


RtcMpU. 


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Dimburaemtnt*. 

S 2,279,905 54 
1,493,845 25 
550,644 88 
75,450 00 
23,188 42 
29,850 00 
9,201 45 

12",256"00" 
170 68 i 
67,177 43 : 
19,678 63 
22,785 78 ; 

17,289 85 : 
6,667 82 | 

92,774 61 1 
2,591 01 « 

25~89T4T 
12,315 89 
1,011 28 

982 95 , 
50,000 00 

202 44 1 
12,282 91 I 
40,108 54 

13,712 83 | 


8 212,512 08 

71,883 05 

29,608 04 

8.872 18 

2,628 51 

3,148 61 

4,468 49 

120 86 

1,997 22 

786 82 

7.881 74 

e~682~67~ 

11,516 26 
2,284 16 

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18,685 23 
1.579 16 
1,827 97 
1,05188 
6,696 26 

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5,000 00 

4,088 01 


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Common School Fund, principal 

Common School Fund, interest 

Agricultural College Fund, principal- 
Agricultural College Fund, Interest- 
University Fund, principal 

University Fund, interest-- 


2,492,417 67 

1,565,728 80 

580,247 42 

84,322 18 

25,761 93 

82,498 61 

18,664 94 

120 36 

14,247 22 

907 50 

74,509 17 

19,673 63 

29,398 40 

28,755 61 
8,951 98 

92,774 61 

2,967 82 

1 00 

44,576 64 

13,896 05 

2,869 25 

2,017 33 

56,096 26 

202 44 

25,125 44 

45,108 54 

17,745 84 


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A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, Interest. . 

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Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

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W 


Total 1 * 6,274,674 54 

Aggregate cash In hands of Treasurer, Septeml 


$ 4,859,338 55 
1 
berSO, 1906 


1 415,340 99 





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Showing semiannual balances in the State Treasury reported to the 



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EXHIBIT "A.» 



The amount and kind of funds on hand in the Treasury December 81, 1904, reported 
to the Qovernor February 8, 1905. 



General Fund 

Common School Fund, principal 
*, interest.. 



Common School Fund, _ 
Agricultural College Fund, l 
Agricultural College Fund, interest . 

University Fund, principal 

University Fund, interest 

Thurston Monument Fund, principal.... 
A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, principal.... 

A. R. Bu round Trust Fund, interest 

Swamp Land Fund 

Tide Land Fund- 



Five per cent U. S. Land Bales Fund — 

Inheritance Tax Fund 

State Agricultural College Tax Fund.... 
Oregon Soldiers' Home National Fund.. 

Bounty Fund 

Hatchery Fund 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 1 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 2 

Pure Food Fund 

State Board of Examiners' Fund 

Oregon Stove Foundry Fund 

Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

Sewer Fund 



884,978 80 

201,802 08 

84,239 48 

22,719 29- 

6,957 77 

10,461 78 

1,063 10- 

120 36. 

3,42b 22 

40* 

4,866 Ki 

19,678 63 

64,562 24 

8,164 f*V 

6,168 5* 

7,828 38 

1,907 06 

1 00> 

8,042 50 

3,976 32 

546 68 

250 01 

4,918 95- 

11,021 53. 

202 44 



Total. 



$ 852,011 62. 



EXHIBIT "B." 

The amount and kind of funds on hand in the Treasury June 80, 1905, reported 
to the Governor July 24, 1905. 



General Fund 

Common School Fund, principal 

Common School Fund, interest ± 

Agricultural College H und, principal 

Agricultural College Fund, interest 

University Fund, principal 

University Fund, Interest 

Thurston Monument Fund, principal 

A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, principal 

A. R, Burbank Trust Fund, interest 

Swamp Land Fund 

Tide Land Fund — 

Five percent United States Land Sales Fuud. 

Inberltance Tax Fund 

8tate Agricultural College Tax Fund 

Oregon Soldiers' Home National Fund 

Bounty Fund 

Hatchery Fund 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 1 

Hatchery Fund*, District No. 2 

Pure Food Fund . 

Game Protection Fund. 



8tate Board of Examiners' Fund 

Portage Railway Operation and Maintenance Fund.. 

Oregon Stove Foundry Fund- 

Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

Sewer Fund 



Total 



322,801 97 

211,331 31 

226,935 l» 

21,993 40 

5,494 21 

6,543 27 

2,949 \\> 

120 36 

426 22 

188 70^ 

4,444 45 

19,630 3» 

1,172 66 

5,000 00- 

12,589 41 

8,917 41 

1,409 95 

1 00 

13,241 31 

1,850 50 

688 63 

30 00 

275 58 

5,000 00 

6,418 9.> 

14,265 OH 

202 44 



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EXHIBIT "C." 

The amount and kind of funds on band In the Treasury December 31, 1905, reported 

to the Governor January 17, 1906. 



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General Fund 

Common School Fund, principal 

Common School Fund, Interest 

Agricultural College Fund, prlncipa 
Agricultural College Fund, interest. 

Univensliy Fund, principal 

University Fund, interest j 

Thurston Monument Fund, principal I 

A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, principal j 

A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, interest... , 

Swamp Land Fund ; 

Tide Land Fund i 

Five Per Cent Uui ted States Land Sales Fund j 

Inheritance Tax Fund I 

State Agricultural College Tax Fund | 

Oregon Soldiers' Home National Fund • 

Bounty Fund . 

Hatchery Fund 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 1 
Hatchery Fund, District No. 2 

Pure Food Fund 

Game Protection Fund 

State Board of Examiners' Fund 



Portage Railway Operation and Maintenance Fund.. 

Oregon Stove Foundry Fund 

Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

Viewer Fund 



409,769 73 

171,868 27 

100,124 U 

22,289 86 

0,829 84 

9,370 94 

979 35 

120 30 

847 22 

488 40 

3,590 61 

19,630 39 

23,212 37 

8,780 20 

6,200 06 

0,509 10 

1,257 87 

100 

8,657 89 

8,328 08 

685M 

13,143 80 

358 07 

4,515 W 

1,018 30 

18,900 96 

202 44 



Total S 908,478 33 



EXHIBITED. 



The amount and kind of funds on hand in the Treasury June 80, 1900, reported to 
the Governor July 20, 1906. 



Oeneral Fund 

Common School Fund, l 
Common School Fund, interest- 
Agricultural College Fund, principal 

Agricultural College Fund, Interest 

University Fund, principal 

University Fund, interest 

Thurston Monument Fund, principal 

A R. Burbank Tru«t Fund, principal 

A. R. Burbank Trust Fund, interest 

swamp Land Fund 

Tide Land Fund 

Five per cent U. 8. Land Sales Fund 

Inheritance Tax Fund 

State Agricultural College Tax Fund 

Oregon Soldiers' Home National Fund 

Bounty Fund- 

Hatchery Fund 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 1 

Hatchery Fund, District No. 2 

Pure Food Fund. 

Game Protection Fund __. 

«tate Board of Examiners' Fund 

Portage Railway Operation and Maintenance Fund. 

Oregon Stove Foundry Fund 

Penitentiary Betterment Fund 

JSewer Fund 



Total. 



702,978X1 

70>151 

228,500 90 

10,792 18 

4,856 ISO 

6,964 61 

8,107 59 

120 36 

8.247 tl 

714 62 

6,902 W 

19,030 39 

305 09 

9,688 69 

12,485 01 

9,799 00 

1,222 39 

1 00 

20,683 04 

1,614 68 

923 9S 

9,230 05 

805 24 

861 52 

1.688 91 

13,144 00 

186 44 



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STATEMENT VIII. 

Of claims filed and disallowed, with reasons therefor, and referred to the Legislature 
pursuant to the provisions of Section 2389 of Bellinger aud Cotton's Annotated Codes 
and Statutes of Oregon. 



Claimant — nature of claim— reason* for disallowance. 



I 



Mar. 30,1905- 
April 25, 1905.. 

April 29, 1905- 
June 20, 1905- 
July 1,1905- 

July 19,1905— 
Aug. 17, 1905- 
Nov. 18, 1906- 
Bee 5, 1905— 
Dec. 7, 1905- 
Dec. 7, 1905— 



James E. Lawrence; Feb. 25 to March 4, 1905, expenses in- 
curred In pursuit of J. H. Slattery, a fugitive from Jus- ' 
lice— service specified In requisition not performed- _J $ 

Washington County ; April 7 to Oct. 1, 1904, refund of ex- 
penses Incurred In support of non-resident poor— proof 
submitted not showing the pauper is a non-resident of the 
Hiate 



John A. Richardson estate; services rendered Oregon Ter- 
ritory during Indian wars of 1855-1856— no authority of law 
for the payment thereof 



Milton Thompson estate; services rendered Oregon Terri- 
tory during Indian wars of 1855-1856 — no authority of law 
for the payment thereof 



Teal & Minor; June 9, 1905, furnishing opinion on rights of 
the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition Commission — 
disallowed for the reason that there Is no provision of law 
for Incurring the expense or for the payment thereof 

J. K. Whitney ; May 81, 1905, printing extra copies of the bi- 
ennial report of the State Board of Horticulture — no funds | 
or appropriation available for the payment thereof 



L. C. Hartman ; July 5-28, 1905, expenses incurred In pursuit 
of Hal Lawrence, a fugitive from Justice— service specified 
in requisition not performed 

John Flizh ugh estate; services rendered Oregon Territory 
during Indian wars of 1855-1856— no authority of law for 
the payment thereof 1 



Francis Marlon Shepherd ; services rendered Oregon Terri- 
tory during Indian wars of 1855-1856— no authority of law 
for the payment thereof i 

Harry Jones; Nov. 8, 1905, excavating and removing rock | 
from the State fish way over the Falls of the Willamette at ' 
Oregon City— no funds available for its payment 

, Harry Jones; Nov. 18, 1905, extra work in removing con- i 
j crete steps at upper end of State fish way over the Falls of 
the Willamette at Oregon City— no funds available for Its , 
1 payment 

Dec. 28, 1905 ' Joseph Reilly ; Dec. 16, 1905, reward for making the arrest of 

I John Jones for placing an obstruction on a railroad track ' 
| as provided by section 2386, Code— does not satisfactorily 
appear that the person for whose arrest the reward is , 
claimed was convicted as the law provides before such re- 
ward can be paid 



Feb. 1, 1906.. 
Feb. 1, 1906-. 
Feb. 9, 1906. 



Joseph M. Kader; Jan. 1-6, 1906, expenses incurred in pur- 
suit of George Burnett, a fugitive from Justice— service 
specified in requisition not performed 



Joseph Day ; Jan. 8-17, 1906, expenses Incurred in pursuit of i 
B. E. Vickray, a fugitive from Justice— service specified in 
requisition not performed I 

-i St. Mary's Home at St. Paul ; Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 1905, support- 
1 lng, maintaining, educating and caring for indigent or- , 
I phans and foundlings under the age of fourteen years— no I 
1 authority of law for its audit and payment 



154 25 

52 80 
802 97 
151 48 

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87 01 
182 00 
129 98 
199 94 
814 00 

20 00 

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42 15 
157 40 

220 41 



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STATEMENT Vlll-OoxUinued. 



Feb. 15,1906.. 
June 8, 1906.. 
July 27,1906.. 

July 80, 1906.. 
Aug. 1,1906.. 

Aug. 7,1906.. 

Aug. 16, 1906.. 
Aug. 27, 1906.. 
Aug. 30, 1906—. 

Sept. 18, 1906—. 

Sept. 21, 1906 — 

Oct. 13,1906 

Oct. 24,1906 — 



J J. R. Whitney: Sept. 14 to Nov. 13, 1906, printing for the State 
Game and Forestry Warden -no funds available for its 
payment 

J J. T. Spear: April 6, 1900, bounty on two coyote scalps— not 
presented to be audited, settled and allowed within two 
years 

W. J. Turnidge; July 23, 1006, interest on certificate of evi- 
dence of allowance of claim— no authority of law for al- 
lowing the same or funds available for the payment 
thereof , 



Lang A Co. ; July 27, 1906, interest on certificates of evidence 
of allowance of claims— no authority of law for allowing 
the same or funds available for the payment thereof 



Wm. Brown A Co.; July 30, 1906, Interest on certificates of 

. evidence of allowance of claims— no authority of law for 

allowing the same or funds available for the payment 

thereof 



., CorvalllR A Benton Flouring Mills; Aug. 4, 1906, interest on ' 

: certificates of evidence of allowance of claims— no author- ■ 

, ity of law for allowing the same or funds available for the i 

payment thereof. 

. Zadoc J. Rlggs ; Aug. 18, 1906, interest on certificates of evi- 
dence of allowance of claims— no authority of law for al- 
: lowing the same or fundsavailablefor the payment thereof. 

J D. H. Looney; Aug. 27, 1906, Interest on certificates of evi- 
j dence of allowance of claims— no authority of law for al- 
i lowing the same or funds available for the payment thereof. 

D. A. White A Son ; Aug. 80, 1906, interest on certificates 
of evidence of allowance of claims -no authority of law 
for allowing the same or funds available for the payment 

Pacific States Telephone A Telegraph Co. ; Sept. 6, 1906, In- 
terest on certificates of evidence of allowance of claims- 
no authority of law for allowing the same or fundH avail- 
able for the payment thereof 



Chas. S. Moore: June 16-22, 1906, expenses of State Land 
Board, Attorney General and State Land Agent to Des 
; Chutes country for inspection of work and conditions on 
i irrigation projects— no funds available for its payment — | 

. Robert W. Cochran ; services rendered Oregon Territory 

during Indian wars of 1855-1856,-no authority of law for its 

1 payment 



John French ; services rendered Oregon Territory during 

Indian wars of 1855-1866— no authority of law for its pay- 

; ment 



Total . 



16 79 

4 0» 

110 01 
284 3* 

208 76 

487 57 
16 65 

112 55 

52 67 
21 21 

113 12 
168 70 
100 13 



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STATEMENT IX. 

Showing the amounts due from the counties of the State of Oregon, September 30, 1906, 

on account of taxes. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Columbia 



Coos.. 
Crook . 



1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 



Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine—.. 
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1906 
1906 



1906 



1906 



Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Malheur 



Marlon 

Morrow 

Multnomah- 
Polk 

Sherman 



Tillamook .... 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco 



Washington . 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



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1906 



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1906 



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1906 
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10,060 00 
6,860 00 



6,000 00 
8,900 00 



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418 75 



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10,466 75 
6,860 00 



3,450 00 

3,210 00 
18,660 00 



5,640 00 

18,390 00 
2,850 00 

55,000 00 
9,210 00 
2,610 00 



148 75 



138 75 
577 50 



235 00 



766 25 
118 75 



1906 2,610 00 

1906 14,7(0 00 

1906 6,690 00 

1906 2,190 00 

1906 6,712 50 



1906 
1906 
1906 | 



9,030 00 
2,010 00 
11,730 00 



388 75 
108 75 



108 
612 
278 
91 
287 

876 
88 
488 



75 
50 
75 
25 

50 , 

! 
25| 
75 
75 



6,000 00 
3,900 00 



2,718 75 
5,000 6b 



3,508 75 

8,343 75 
14,437 50 



5,875 00 

19,156 25 
2,968 76 

55,000 00 
9,598 75 
2,718 75 

2,718 75 
15,312 50 
6,968 75 
2,*il 25 
7,000 00 

9,406 25 
2,093 75 
12,218 75 



. S 216,647 50 ,85,815 00 . $ 222,462 50 



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STATEMENT X. 

EXHIBIT "A." 

Prepared in accordance with the provisions of Section 8001 of Bellinger and Cotton's 
Annotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon, as amended by an act approved February 24, 
J 908. and consisting of all items of expense, given separately, to which the State was 
subjected, under existing laws, for the fiscal year ending December 81, 1905 ; also all Items 
of deficiency, including interest on unpaid warrants ; the sum provided by law for the 
current expenses of the Oregon National Guard; the Hum of 917,900 lor the support of the 
University of Oregon; the sum of 125,000 for the support of the State Agricultural College; 
the estimated expenses of one biennial session of the Legislative Assembly, and the esti- 
mated total cost of such additional public buildings anaimprovements of public build- 
ings of the State as were believed necessary to be made during the fiscal year for which, 
this levy of taxes was computed. 



Additional Public Buildings and Improvements— 

For the eslimated total cost of suoh additional public buildings and Im- 
provements of public buildings of the State whloh are believed nec- 
essary to be made during the fiscal year for which this levy of taxes 
Is computed - 

Agricultural Societies— 

For premiums for the First Eastern Oregon District Agricultural Society 
For premiums for the Second Eastern Oregon District Agricultural 

8oclety 

For premiums for the First Southern Oregon District Agricultural 

Society- 

For premiums for the Second Southern Oregon District Agricultural 

For premiums for the State Board of Agriculture 

Bureau of Labor Statistics and Director of Workshops— 

For payment of the salary and expenses of the Commissioner of the 
Bureau of Labor Statistics and Inspector of Factories and Work- 



Capitol Building— 

For the general and contingent expenses of departments, building, and 

For salaries of janitors, night watchman, fireman, messenger, and gar- 
dener at the Capitol Building 

For furnishing fuel, light, and water for the Capitol Building 



Education, Department of— 

For salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction •_ 

For traveling expenses of Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

For salaries of clerks and stenographers In the office of the Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction 

Educational Institutions— 
Oregon Institute for the Blind— 
For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of offi- 
cers, teachers, and employes 

Oregon School for Deaf- Mutes— 
For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of offi- 
cers, teachers, and employes 

University of Oregon— 
For support and maintenance and to keep the buildings, grounds, and 
other property thereof in repair, etc 

Electors of President and Vice President— 

For payment of the per diem and mileage of 



lUmu ©/ «xp«iM« 



tuhjtet for t\» 
Ueul v—r tmd' 



Eleemosynary Institutions: 
Oregon Soldiers 1 Home— 
For support and maintenance 

For furnishing and equipping barracks and providing fire protection 
(Act December 24, 1908, not included with levy for 19(H) 



S 160,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,600 00 

900 00 

1.800 00 
10.000 00 



2,000 00 



10,000 00 

6,250 00 
4,500 00 



8,000 00 
900 00 

1,500 00 

7,750 00 

20,825 00 

47,500 00 

225 00 

12.000 00 
2,500 18 



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STATEMENT X-Exhibit "A"-OwU<nwd. 



For what pmrpo**. 



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st, tsos. 



Oregon State Insane Asylum— 
For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of offi- 
cers and em ploy 4s 

For transportation of persons committed to the Oregon Mtate Insane 

Asylum. 

Orphans and Foundling*: 
For support and maintenance of indigent orphans and foundlings, 

under the age of fourteen years 

Poor— 
For support of the nonresident poor in the several counties 

Exectttvb Department: 

For salary of Governor.. 

For salary of private secretary to Governor 

For salary of clerk and stenographer » 



.Fisheries, Department of: 

For salary, and expenses of the Master Fish Warden and salary and ex- 
penses of Deputy Fish Warden 



Health Officers: 

For salaries of Htate health officers at Astoria, Coos Bay, Gardiner, and 

Yaqulna 

For salary of boatman at Astoria 

Interest on Indorsed Warrants : 

For payment of Interest on unpaid warrants left over from the previous 



Judicial Department: 

For salary of Attorney General 

For salaries of fourteen Judges of circuit courts 

For salaries of nine district attorneys and deputies 

For expenses of arrest and return of fugitives from Justice 

For salary of State Librarian 

For books, bookcases, etc., and contingent expenses of State Library.. 

For salaries of three Justices of the supremt court 

For salaries of clerk and deputy clerks of the supreme court 

For salaries of clerical assistants to Justices of the supreme court 

For compensation of supreme court reporter 

For services of baillfffe and general and contingent expenses of the 

supreme court 

For printing, binding, and delivering 000 copies each of two volumes of 

supreme court reports 

Legislative Department: 

For expenses of twenty-third regular session of the legislative assembly. 

Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition : 

For celebrating theoue hundredth anniversary of the exploration of the 
Oregon Country by Captains Meriwether Lewis and William (.'lark. 

Oregon Dairy and Food Commissioner : 

For salary and traveling expenses of commissioner and salary of deputy 
commissioner 

Oregon Domestic animal Commission: 

For salaries of members and general and contingent expenses 



For support and malntenance. 



Oregon National Guard : 
Oregon State Penitentiary— 
For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of offi- 
cers and employes _ 

For transportation of convicts committed to the Oregon State Peni- 
tentiary 



200,000 00 
10,250 00 

12,000 00 
2,500 00 



1,600 00 

2,100 00 

900 00 



5,700 00 



2,200 00 
600 00 



1,787 12 



8,000 00 
42,000 00 
88,860 00 
1,600 00 
1,000 00 
2,600 00 



28,000 00 

8,000 00 
60,000 00 

250,000 00 

8,000 00 
2,500 00 
45,000 00 

51,000 00 
8,500 00 



Penal and Reform Institutions : ' 

Oregon State Reform School- 
Tor maintenance and general and contingent expenses, and salaries of 

officers, instructors, and employes 2(5,800 00 



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STATEMENT X-Exhibit "A 1 *- Continued. 



ttewu of npmu* 

to wkick th« 

SUtitwUlbe 

luhfaet for tko 

JU&lpomromd- 

ing Doumbor 

9/, tPOS. 



Pii*ot Commission and Pilot Schooner: 

For com pen Ration of pilot commissioners and secretary board of pilot 

commissioners 

For insurance and maintenance of State pilot schooner 



Proclamations, Warrant Calls, Etc.: 

For publication of Executive proclamations and Treasurer's notices of 
payment of indorsed warrants 

Public Building Commissioners: 

For salary of the Governor, $1,000 ; of the Secretary of State and the 
State Treasurer, each $500 a year 

Public Printing, Binding, and Paper: 

For public printing, ruling, and binding, and purchase of paper, in- 
cluding "uniform series of school record books and blanks," print- 
ing and binding election blanks, compiling printing and binding 



election laws, and purchase of election supplies 



Rewards for Arrest: 

For payment of rewards for apprehension of train wreckers, etc.. 



State Board op Health : 

For salary of secretary and clerical services, and for contingent ex- 
penses of the office of the secretary, and expenses of the board 

State Board op Horticulture: 

For general and contingent expenses and salaries of members and 

State Department : 

For salary of the Secretary of State.. 

For salaries of clerks and stenographers In the office of the Secretary 
of State 



State Game and Foresty Warden and Deputies: 

For salary and expenses of forestry warden, and services and expenses 
of special deputy wardens 

State Land Agent: 

For salary and clerk hire 



Treasury Department: 

For salary of the State Treasurer 

For salaries of clerks and stenographers In the office of the State 
Treasurer 

Items op Depiciency for the Years 1903-1904. 

For payment of two-thirds of the bounty provided by the act of February 
26, 1901 _ 

For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of officers, 
teachers, and employes of the Oregon School for Deaf-Mutes 

For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, arid salaries of officers 
and em ploy 68 of the Oregon State Insane Asylum 

For salaries of the Judges of circuit courts and district attorneys and 
deputies ___ 

For maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of officers 
and employes of the Oregon State Penitentiary 

For transportation of convicts committed to the Oregon State Penitentiary . 

For the publication of Executive proclamations 

For public printing, ruling, and binding, and purchase of paper, printing 
and binding election blanks, compiling, printing, and binding election 
laws, and the purchase of election supplies 



S 1,200 00 
1,600 00 



750 00 
2,000 00 

32,500 00 
800 00 

6,000 00 

4,600 00 

1,500 00 
10,500 00 

4,200 00 

1,800 00 

800 00 
4,120 00 

85,881 31 
2,000 00 

12,000 00 

2,506 11 

5,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,500 00 

18,000 00 



Total estimate of expense to which the State will be subject for the 
fiscal year ending December 81, 1905 



S 1,281,2>1 72 



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8TATEMENT X-Exhibit "A»-Ckmttnued. 



For what purpose. 



Item* 0/ expense 
to which the 
State will be 
subject /or the 
fiscal war end- 
ing December 
St, *908. 



Receipts of the State Treasury not applied by law to some 
special purpose, viz : 

From taxes, etc., on insurance premiums $ 88,036 19 

From insurance licenses 4,446 81 

From sales of session laws, etc. 2,780 96 

From sales of school laws 151 00 

From care of Alaska insane 8,871 82 

From care of local insane 1,092 04 

From fees of the supreme court— 4,068 61 

From board of United States prisoners _ 1,588 14 

From corporation fees and licenses 108,717 55 

From fines for violation of game laws 117 75 

From miscellaneous sources 899 79 



Total receipts for the year 1904 * 164,725 16 

Less estimated receipts from miscellaneous sources for the 
year 1904 187,169 07 



Excess of miscellaneous receipts for 1904 over estimate of levy 

for 1904 8 27,556 09 

Estimated receipts from miscellaneous sources during the year 

1905 _._^_-_ 182,844 85 

5,858 78 
15,000 00 



Unexpended balances, appropriations, 1901-1902 

Estimated unexpended balances, appropriations, 1908-1904. 



8 281,254 72 



Total amount of revenue required for State purposes for the year 1905, 
to be apportioned among the several counties of the State, and to be 
raised by taxation 



8 1,000,000 00 



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STATEMENT X— Exhibit "B"— Concluded. 



Exhibit "B." 

The following table shows— 

First — The proportion of the State taxes paid by the several conn ties of the State,, 
as set out in the table set forth in paragraph 4 of section 3001 of Bellinger and Cotton's 
Annotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon, as amended by an act approved February 
24, 1908 (Laws 1906, pages 802-804). 

Second— The total amount of revenue raised for the fiscal year ending December 
31, 1905, for State purposes, not provided for by a special tax duly authorized by law,, 
and apportioned to each county of the State of Oregon, levied and collected and paid 
into the State treasury by each of said counties in the manner provided by law, being: 
the resulting per cent apportioned to each of said counties of the sum of one million 
dollars (11.000,000), as set out in the before mentioned table, the said sum of one million 
dollars (11,000,000). being the total revenue raised by taxation for State purposes for 
the fiscal year ending December 31, 1905. 

Third — The amount raised for the annual support and benefit of the State Agri- 
cultural College, which was levied and collected in the same manner as other taxes for 
State purposes are levied and collected, provided by Section 3541 of Bellinger and Cotton's 
Annotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon, and apportioned to each county of the8tate 
of Oregon, levied and collected and paid into the State treasury by each of said counties 
in the manner provided bylaw, being the resulting per cent apportioned to each of said 
counties of the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars (925.000), as set out in the before- 
mentioned table, the said sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) being the sum 
computed in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid section for the support 
and benefit of the State Agricultural College. 



County. 



Baker 

Benton 

Clackamas 

Clatsop 

Col urn ola 

Coos _ 

Crook 

Curry 

Douglas 

Gilliam 

Grant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Jose phi ne 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah... 

Polk_— _ 

Sherman 

Tillamook 

Umatl I la 

Union 

Wallowa _ 

Wasco 

Washington - 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 



Totals . 







Amount raited by 






Amount of 


taxation and ap- 






revenue for State 


portioned to oaek 




ftrtmlo/ 


purpoeee 


ovunty for too an- 




tkeetatetaxee 


raieed by taxation 


nual tupport and 




paid by 

the eOPOral 


and apportioned 
to each coimfjr. 


bene/U of the State 
Agricultural Col- 


ToteU. 


eountiee. 




lege, levied, col- 






and paid into the 


lected and paid 






StaU treaeury. 


into the StaU 
treaeury. 




.0234 


9 23,400 00 


9 58500 


9 23,985 00* 


.0202 


20,200 00 


505 00 


20,705 00- 


.0335 


83,500 00 


837 50 


84,337 50 


.0212 


21,200 00 


530 00 


21,780 00* 


.0106 


10,600 00 


265 00 


10,865 00 


.020B 


20,300 00 


507 50 


20,807 50 


.0180 


13,000 00 


325 00 


13,825 00* 


.0010 


4,000 00 


100 00 


4,100 00 


.09145 


84,500 00 


862 50 


85.862 50* 


.0087 


8,700 00 


217 50 


8,917 50 


.0092 


9,200 00 


23000 


9,430 00- 


.0100 


16,000 00 


400 00 


16,400 00 


.0314 


31,400 00 


785 00 


82,186 00 


.0090 


9,000 00 


225 00 


9,225 00* 


.0115 


11,500 00 


287 50 


11,787 50 


.0107 


10,700 0U 


267 50 


10,967 50- 


.0462 


46,200 00 


1,155 00 


47,355 00 


.0055 


5,500 00 


137 50 


5,637 50 


.0520 


52,600 00 


1,315 00 


53,915 00 


.00M 


9,400 00 


235 00 


9,635 00 


.0613 


61,300 00 


1,532 50 


62,832 50 


.0095 


9,500 00 


237 50 


9,737 50 


.3123 


312,300 00 


7,807 60 


320,107 50 


.0307 


30,700 00 


767 50 


81,467 50 


.0087 


x,700 00 


217 50 


8,917 50 


.0087 


8,700 00 


217 50 


8,917 50 


-.0490 


49,000 00 


1,225 00 


50,225 00 


.0224 


22,300 00 


557 50 


22,867 50- 


.0073 


7,300 00 


182 50 


7,482 50 


.0234 


23,400 00 


585 00 


23,985 00 


.0301 


30,100 00 


752 50 


80,852 50- 


.0067 


6,700 00 


J87 50 


0,867 50 


1 .0391 


89,100 00 


977 50 


40,077 50- 


1 1.0000 


9 1,000,000 00 


9 25,000 00 


9 1.025,000 00* 



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STATEMENT XI— Exhibit "A"— Continued. 



RECAPITULATION . 



Total amount required for the ordinary expenses of the State , 
government for the two years beginning January 1, 1905, and 
payment of specified claims $1,856,047 69 

Amount levied January 8, 1906, for the tlscal year ending De- i 
cember31, 1906 , 978,754 54 

Total expense to which the State will be subject for the 
fiscal year ending December 31, 1906, and payment of 
specified claims for which appropriations were made but 
not levied for 



S 877,293 15. 



Receipts of the state treasury not applied by law to some spe- 






cial purpose : 








From taxes, etc., on Insurance premiums 


$ 54,536 49 






From Interest on deferred payments of taxes— 


118 56 






From sale of surplus products, etc., of State 








institutions 


2,906 29 






From fees of the State Engineer's depart men t. 


91 05 






From sales of session laws and court reports — 


2,944 57 






From convict labor 


1.049 00 






From sales of school laws 


176 00 
4,657 44 






From insurance licenses 




From care of local insane 


1,780 66 






From corporation fees and licenses 


115,315 28 






From fees of the supreme court 


4,667 65 






From board of United States prisoners 


2,857 14 






From fines for violations of the game laws 


207 14 






From inheritance tax 


23,140 11 






From miscellaneous sources— 


15,760 75 






Total receipts for the year 1905 


$ 280,208 13 




Less estimated receipts from miscellaneous 






sources for the year 1905 


182,844 85 






Excess of miscellaneous receipts for the year 1905 over estimate 




of levy for 1905 I 




$ 47,363 28 




Estimated receipts from miscellaneous sources during the year 




1906 




179,929 87 
35,000 00 




Estimated unexpended balances, appropriations 1903-1904 




Estimated unexpended balances, appropriations 1 


905-1906 

oses for the 


15,000 00 


S 277,293 15 


Total amount of revenue required for State purp 






year 1906, to be apportioned among the several counties 






of the State and to be raised by taxation.. _ 






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STATEMENT XI— Exhibit "B"— Concluded. 



Exhibit "B/' 

The following table show* — 

First— The proportion of the 8 Late taxes to be paid by the several counties of the 
State, as set oat in the table set forth in paragraph 4 of Section 8061 of Bellinger and 
Cotton's Annotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon, as amended by an act approved Feb- 
ruary 24, 190:) (Laws 1903, pages 302-301). 

Gecond — The total amount of revenue to be raised for the fiscal year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1906, for State purposes, not provided for by a special (ax duly authorized by law, 
and apportioned to each county of the State of Oregon, to be levied »nd collected and 
paid inlo the State treasury by each of said counties in the manner provided by law, 
being the resulting per cent apportioned to each of said counties of the sum of six hun- 
dred thousand dollars (1000,000). as set out in the before mentioned table, the said sum of 
six hundred thousand dollars ($400,000), being the total revenue to be raised by taxation 
for state purposes for the fiscal year ending December 31, 1906. 

Third — The amount to be raised for the annual support and benefit of the State 
Agricultural College, which shall be levied and collected In the same manner as other 
taxe* for State purposes are levied and collected, provided by Section 3541 of Bellinger 
«nd Cotton's Annotated Codes and Statutes of Oregon, and apportioned to each county 
of the State of Oregon, to be levied and collected and paid into the State treasury by each 
-of said counties in the manner provided by law. being the resulting per cent apportioned 
to each of said counties of the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars (925,000), as set out in 
the before mentioned table, the said sum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000) being 
the sum to compute in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid section for the 
support and benefit of the State Agricultural College. 



I Par cent of 
\the Stmt* taxte 
to be paid fry 
the 



Amount to be 
Amount of i raised fry taxation 
menu* for Stmts \ omd apportioned 
purpoeeeto bo | to each county for 
raieed fry taxation 'the annual evppvrt 
and apportioned and benefit of the 
to oaeh county, to StmU Agricultural 
be U*ied,coUocted\CoU4go,tobele9iedJ 
and paid into too • collected and paid', 
I intotho State 
treasury. 



Baker 

Benton w 

•Clackamas — 

Clatsop 

Columbia 

Coos 

Crook 

Curry 

Douglas _.» 

Oilliam 

Orant 

Harney 

Jackson 

Josephine 

Klamath 

Lake 

Lane 

Lincoln 

.Linn 

Malheur 

Marion 

Morrow 

Multnomah.. 

Polk 

Sherman 

Tillamook 

Umatilla 

Union 

Wallowa 

Wasco 

Washington _. 

Wheeler 

Yamhill 

Totals 



.0234 
.0202 
.0335 
.0212 
.0106 
.0208 
.0130 
.0040 
.0345 
.0087 
.0002 
.0160 
.0814 
.0090 
.0115 
.0107 
.0462 
.0055 
.0526 
.0094 
.0613 
.0095 
.8123 
.0307 
.0087 
.0087 
.0490 
.0223 
.0073 
.0234 
.0301 
.0067 
.0391 



14,040 00 

12,120 00 

20,100 00 

12,720 00 
6,860 00 

12,180 00 
7,800 00 
2,400 00 

20,700 00 
5,220 00 
5.520 00 
9,600 00 

18,340 00 
5,400 00 
6,900 00 
6,420 00 

27,720 00 
3,300 00 

81,560 00 
5,640 00 

86,780 00 

5,700 00 

187.380 00 > 

18,420 00 : 
5,220 00 
5,220 00 

29,400 00 

13,380 00 
4,380 00 

14,040 00 

18,060 00 
4,020 00 

23,460 00 



585 00! : 
505 00 
887 60 , 
530 00 1 
265 00 I 
507 50 
825 00! 
100 00 I 
862 50 j 
217 50 1 
230 00 i 
400 00 
785 00 I 
225 00 
287 50 
267 50 

1,165 00 ! 
137 50 

1,315 00 I 
235 00' 

1,532 50 . 
237 50 1 

7,807 50 
767 50 I 
217 50 , 
217 50 

1,225 00 
557 50 I 
182 50 
585 00 
752 50 
167 50 
977 50 



14,625 00 

12,625 00 

20,937 50 

18,250 00 

6,625 00 

12,687 60 

8,125 00 

2,500 00 

21,562 50 

6,437 50 

5,750 00 

10,000 00 

19,625 00 

5,625 00 

7,187 50 

6,687 50 

28,875 00 

3,437 50 

82.875 00 

5,875 00 

38,312 50 

5,937 50 

195,187 50 

19,187 50 

5,437 50 

5 437 50 

30,025 00 

18,9:17 50 

4,562 50 

14,025 00 

18,812 50 

4,187 50 

24,437 50 



1.0000 ; s 600,000 oo i t 25,000 00 . $ 625,000 00 



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STATEMENT XII. 



Showing fees collected from corporations, organized for gain, under the laws of the 
State of Oregon, for filing articles of Incorporation, resolutions of Increase and decrease- 
of capital stock, dissolutions and supplementary articles of incorporation, from October 
1, 190J, to September 80, 1906, inclusive, under the provisions of "An Act to provide for 
the licensing of domestic corporations and foreign corporations, Joint stock companies 
and associations," etc., approved February 16, 19u8. 



Name of corporation. 



Abernethy Grange Hall Association. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Acme Grocery and Dairy Co. 

Acme Mills Co. (Increase) 

Acheson Tailoring Co., J. M. (Increase) 

Acheson Co., J. M. (Supplementary) 

Alder Co., Carl • _ 

Adams Fire Proof Stove Blacking Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Adam Lumber Co., L 

Adam Lumber Co., L. (Dissolution) 

Advance Mining and Milling Co — 

Agate Orchard Co. 

Albany Canal and Water Co. (Dissolution) 

Albany Nurseries 

Alaska Copper Concentrating Co. 

Alaska and Klondike Mining and Exhibit Co t ._ 

Albina Blacksmith and Horenoeing Co 

Albee-Benham Co 

Almeda Consolidated Mines Co. 

Allen & Co.. J. C 

Albina Fuel Co 

Almaden Furnace Co. 

Allwardt Hay Net Co 

Albina Lumber Co — 

Allison Land Co. 

Alamo Mining Co. 

Alder Street Grocery and Bakery 

American Adjustment Co. 

Ames Bag Machine Co 

American Bank and Trust Co 

American Carlsbad Co 

American Copper Mines Exploration Co. 

American Hospital Association 

American Inn Co 

American Inn Co. (Dissolution) 

American Press Association of Oregon. (Disso- 
lution 

Anderson Bros . 

Annex Mining and Milling Co. (Dissolution)... 

Angelo Oil Burner Co 

Anchor Towing and Lightering Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) _ _ 

Apollo Roller Skating Rink Co 

Apex Transportation Co. (Dissolution) 



Applegate valley Telephone Co- 
Art Furniture Manufacturing Co 

Art Furniture Manufacturing Co. (Supplemen- 
tary) — 

Art Furniture Manufacturing Co. (Increase). __ 

Artisan Hall Association. (Dissolution) 

Arnold Irrigation Co _ 

Arlington Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Arlington and Pacific Coast Railroad Co. (De- 
crease) _. 

Arrow Realty and Investment Co ._. 

Archer <fe SchanzCo. (Supplementary) 

Archer <& Schanz Co. (Increase) 

Ashland Hardware Co 

Ashland Ice and Storage Co. (Increase) 

Ashland Manufacturing Co. (Increase) 

Astoria A Coast Inter urban Ry. Co. 



Date o/JUing. 



Capital Hock. 



Fees 

collected. 



June 18, 1006 
July 10, 1006 
Oct. 27, 1904 
Feb. 16,1906 
Feb. 24, 1906 
Feb. 16,1906 

June 80, 1906 
Jan. 12,1906 
June 6. 1906 
Mar. 6,1906 
Oct. 28,1905 
Mar. 16, 1906 
Feb. 28, 1906 
Sept. J9, 1905 
Feb. 24,1905 
Oct. 17, 1905 
Sept. 11, 1906 
July 25,1905 
July 26, 1905 
Aug. 20, 1906 
June 2. 1905 
Jan. 22,1906 
Jan. 16,1905 
Jan. 20,1906 
Mar. 23, 1905 
Jan. 26, 1905 
June 20, 1906 
Sept. 18, 1906 
May 10,1906 
Nov. 24, 1905 
Feb. 8, 1906 
July 29, 1905 
Oct. 28,1904 
April 7, 1906 

Aug. 15, 1906 
July 21, 1905 
Jan. 16, 1905 
July 11, 1905 | 

June 80, 1906 |. 
Dec 1, 1905 
Sept. 29, 1906 . 
Mar. 26, 1906 i 
Mar. 22, 1906 j 



May 9, 1906 ,... 
May 9, 1906 L_ 
June 27, 1905 ~. 
Jan. 9, 1905 
Feb. 8, 1906 ... 

June 5, 1905 
Dec. 11, 1905 
Feb. 14, 1906 ,... 
Feb. 14, 1906 .... 
Mar. 25, 1905 
June 28, 1905 .-. 
Nov. 7,1904 ._ 
Mar. 9, 1906 > 



25,000 00 



20,000 00 



20,000 00 



50,000 00 
40,000 00 

SSOOOOO* 

200,000 00 

10,000 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

15,000,000 00 

4,800 00 

12,000 00 

15,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,500 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

250,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

26,000 00 

125,000 00 



15,000 00 



65,000 00 I 



2,000 00 I 



1,000 00 
10,000 00 



5,000 00 



5,000 00 



10,000 00 1 



800,000 00 



500- 
39 18 
4o30- 
53 49 

5 00- 
27 4* 

5 00* 
29 32 

500* 
34 62 
45 22 

5 00 

27 02 
9» 66- 

20 22 

17 04 

18 03 
286 85 

19 32 
87 26- 

21 59- 
56 9*2 
14 55 

28 88 
48 70 

14 28 

20 61 
74 87 
42 12 

87 00 
94 06 
38 47 
92 18 

6 00' 

6 26- 

88 91 
5 00" 

83 6H 

5 00- 

15 HI 
5 00* 

12 66- 
19 15 

5 0O> 

22 91 
5 00 

14 74 

21 09 

r>oo 

15 54 

5 00 
71 27 

19 03 

20 28 
32 94 
91 28. 



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STATEMENT XII-OmMnu*d. 



Mum of corporation. 



Date of filing. 



Capital etock. 



Feti 

collected. 



Astoria Publishing Co. (Dissolution) June 26, 1905 i — 

Astoria Trust Co. (Dissolution).- Oct. 4,1904. — 

Automatic Gas Light Co I Mar. 21, 1908 I S 

Aurella Mining Co _ i Oct. 25, 1905 ! 

Aurora State Bank... Sept. 15, 1905 

Averill Machinery Co., A. H. (Increase) Dec. 8, 1904 I — 



Bazar, The 

Rank of America 

Bank of Amity 

Bank of Ban don 

Bank of Cottage Grove 

Baker City Grocery Co 

Baker City Iron A Supply Co. 

Baker City Packing Co— 

Baker City Real Estate A Home Co. (Dissolution) 

Baker-Cone Lumber Co 

Baker-Cone Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Bay City Land Co. (Supplementary) 

Barr Co., John G 

Banks Commercial A Amusement Club 

Barker Co., 8. B 

Barker & Co., W.L. 

Badger Ditch Co. (Increase) 

Bank of Echo 

Baker Gas A Electric Co. (Dissolution) 

Bank of Grass Valley. 



Bank of Heppner. (Increase).. 

Bank of Heppner. (Increase) 

Baker Irrigation Co 



Bank of Jordan Valley ' 

Bankers' A Lumbermens' Bank 

Baker Land Co 

Baker Light A Power Co 

Baker Loan A Trust Co 

Badger Liquor Co. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



Bank of Merrill 

Baok of Mt. Angel 

Basin Mining Co. 

Barrett Manufacturers Agency 

Bank of Helix 

Baer Mercantile Co — 

Randon Manufacturing Co 

Banks Mercantile Co 

Barton Mercantile Co. (Dissolution) 

Bald Mountain Gold A Copper Mining Co 

Bank of New berg. (Increase) 

Bartel Plumbing Co 

Bsrtel Plumbing Co. (Dissolution) 

Back of Rainier _. 

Bank of Seaside 

Bank of Sherwood.! 

Baker Theatre Co _ 

Ban field- Veysey Fuel Co. (Supplementary).. 

Bank of Whttelake City— 

Barnes-Warden Co._ 

Beaver* 

Bernstein A Cohen, Inc 

Bennett Co., A 

Berger Co., Henry 

Benton CountyFlou ring Mills. (Dissolution)— 
Beaver Creek Hall A Building Assn. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Beaver Flour Gold Extraction A Mining Co 

Beaver Investment Co 

Beck Investment Co 

Bell Investment Co __ 

Beneon Lumber Co 

Beaver Lumber Co 

Bend Livestock A Produce Co 

Bergman-Mc Watty Co 

Bergman-Mo Watty Co. (Dissolution) 



June 30, 190H I 
Mar. 15, 1906 i 
Mar. 3, 1905 
Dec. 3, 1904 
May 5, 1906 
April 1, 1905 
Dec. 0, 1905 
Mar. 27,1905 
Aug. 18,1905 
April 16, 1908 
June 28, 19C6 
Feb. 19,1906 
23, 1905 
5,1905 
16,1905 
24,1905 
8,1905 
Mar. 30. 1905 
June 26, 1905 
June 16, 1906 
May 2, 1905 
Mar. 6,1906 
Mar. 80, 1905 
July 17, 1905 
April 6, 1M06 
April 2,1906 
April 6,1905 
June 16, 1905 
Jan. 15,1906 
Mar. 5,1906 
Aug. 28, 1905 
April 12, 1905 
Aug. 81, 1906 
Nov. 30, 1904 
Dec. 13,1904 
Oct. 13,1905 
Aug. 17, 1905 
Mar. 12, 1906 
Sept. 8,1905 
Feb. 9, 1905 
Aug. 17, 1905 
June 30, 1P08 
Feb. 10,1906 
July 27, 1906 
Aug. 3*1, 1908 
Mar. 21, 1906 
Sept. 22, 1906 
April 7, 1905 
May 22,1905 
Feb. 13,1906 
April 12, 1906 
Mar. 20, 1906 
Feb. 28, 1906 
June 14, 1905 



June 30, 
Mar. 27, 
May 3, 
April 12, 
Sept. 5, 
July 31, 
May 24, 
Feb. 4, 
Jan. 8, 
Feb. 12, 



1908 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1908 | 
1906 , 
1905 I 

1905 I 

1906 I. 



50,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

25,000 00 



10,000 00 
250,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
50,000 00 



20,000 00 



10,000 00 

500 00 

20,000 00 

25,000 00 

" t a6oo"6o" 

~4b~666~o6" 



25,000 00 
20,000 00 

250,000 00 
60,000 00 

400,000 00 

50,000 00 

1,000 00 

25,000 00 

15,000 00 

200,000 00 
5,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 
6,000 00 



100,000 00 



1,000 00 



10,000 00 

25,000 00 

25,000 00 

1,500 00 



10,000 00 
8,000 00 
5,000 00 

25,000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 



10.000 00 
5,000 00 
45,000 00 
20,000 00 
50,000 00 
60,000 00 
5,000 00 
20,000 00 



5 00 

10 20 

33 89 

81 S3 

35 81 
41 85 

15 04 
05 71 

28 58 
31 51 

23 18 

24 99 

31 35 

32 89 
7 68 

24 17 
5 00 
5 00 

25 82 

15 70 

29 10 
25 43 

18 15 

25 10 
500 

26 23 

23 21* 

19 81 

25 10 

39 IS 
61 49 

82 40 

83 56 

26 23 
14 5K 

26 47 
86 73 
60 34 
18 88 
81 07 
80 96 

34 31 
18 72 

5 00 
43 11 

27 78 
18 72 

5 00 

20 80 
38 58 

36 72 

12 80 
5 00 

18 49 

16 65 

13 79 

24 40 
12 88 
20 (Hi 

500 

5 00 
18 95 

11 <W 
31 58 
36 ;<9 
52 54 

40 21 

14 03 

2» <r> 
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STATEMENT XII- Continued. 



Nam* of corporation. 



Bel lev ue Mutual Telephone Co 

Bend Mercantile Co. (Increase) 

Bentley Realty Co __ 

Beaver Realty Co 

Beaver State Hotel Supply Co „ 

Bergman ii Shoe Manufacturing Co., Theo. (In- 
crease) 

Bethel Telephone Co 

Bennett Trust Co 

Bend Water LI ght <fc Power Co.___ __ 

Bend Water Light A Power Co. (Increase) 

Black Diamond Paint Co.. 

Black Diamond Paint Co. (Supplementary) 

Black Diamond Paint Co. (Increase) 

Blue Grotto Co 

Blue Gulch Mining A Milling Co 

Blue Gulch Mining & Milling Co. (Dissolution). 

Blue Gravel Mining & Milling Co _ 

Blake-McFail Co. (Increase) 

Blue Mountain Co. (Dissolution) 

Blue Mountain Iron Works 

Blue Mountain Creamery Co 

Blue Mountain Creamery Co. (Increase) 

Blue River Gold Mines Co 

Bloomer Safe A Lock Co. 

Bonham A Currier, Inc _. 

Bowman, Eld ridge A Co 

Bonanza Improvement Co. 

Bolossy Kiralry Venice Co 

Booth-Kelly Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Bolln Lumber Co 

Bowman Lumber Co 

Boydell Mercantile Co 

Bohemia Smelting A Railway Co 

Boston Spectacular Co __ _ 

Bock A Thomas Co. (Dissolution) 

British Columbia Amalgamated Coal Co.. 

British Columbia Land A Oil Co _„. 

British Columbia Land A Oil Co. (Supplemen- 
tary) , 

Bray ton A Lawbaugb, Ltd 

Brace Lumber Co 

Brown Lumber Co 

Brock A McComas Co. (Supplementary)... 

Bradley Shoe Co., Herbert 

Bnck Store Co 

Bridal Veil Lumbering Co. (Increase) 

Broughton A Wiggins Lumber Co 

Butler Banking Co. 

Bur bank Consolidated Placer Mining Co 

Bushong A Co. (Increase) 

Butter Creek Water Co. (Increase) 

Bull Creek Flat Co 

Buckhorn Ditch Co. (Supplementary) 

Buckborn Ditch Co. (Dissolution) 

Buxton Lumber Co 

Buckeye Mining Co 

Buckeye Mining Co. (Increase) 

Butter-Nut Bread Co _ 

Rurbank Placer Mining Co _ 

Biiftum A Pendleton, Inc 

Bunting Telephone A Telegraph Co 

Bent ley-Cap ron Building Material Co. (Disso- 
lution) __._ 

Cady Anderson Co._ __ 

<'ash Buyers' Co-operative Co 

Can by Bank A Trust Co 

Calhoun Co., Geo. S. 

Cascades Concessions Co., of Portland, Or 

Canyon City Commercial Co. (Increase) 

Cascades Contract Co. 



Date of filing. 



Capital stock. 



collected. 



May 22, 1906 
Jan. 15, 1906 
Feb. 10,1905 
Jan. 80, 1906 
Aug. 80, 1906 

Mar. 20, 1906 
Feb. 28, 1905 
Aug. 31,1905 
Nov. 11, 1904 
Jan. 16, 1905 
April 19, 1905 
Aug. 8, 1906 
Nov. 16, 1905 
May 29, 1905 
July 12, 1905 
Nov. 8, 1905 
Oct. 6, 1905 
June 7, 1906 
Mar. 15, 1906 
Sept. 22, 1906 
July 17,1905 
Sept. 6, 1906 
Sept. 6, 1906 
Mar. 1, 1906 
May 28, 1906 
Feb. 25,1905 
April 5, 1906 
Feb. 14,1905 
Feb 9, 1905 
Mar. 20, 1906 
July 5,1906 
Oct. 21,1905 
Aug. 28, 1905 
May 15,1905 
Sept. I, 1905 
Feb. 19, 1906 
Jan. 25, 1905 

Feb. 8, 1905 
Feb. 20, 1906 
April 2, 1906 
Jan. 22,1906 
Mar. 6,1906 
April 4.1906 
May 5,1905 
June 30, 1906 
April 26, 1906 
Nov. 23, 1905 
Jan. 22,1906 
Sept. 22, 190H 
Aug. 7, 1905 
Oct. 28,1904 
Jan. 5, 1905 
July 27, 1905 
Sept. 25, 1906 
June 8, 1905 
April 14, 1906 
Mar. 31, 1905 . 
Jan. 14, 1905 
May 1, 1905 , 
Mar. 14, 1906 

Oct. 7, 1904 i. 

Feb. 3, 1908 I 
July 17, 1906 
April 5, 1906 j 
Dee. 1, 1901 ! 
May 27, 1905 I 
June 19, 1906 . 
April 30, 1906 ' 



1,000 00 I 8 



50,000 00 
2,000 00 I 
10,000 00 



1,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 

"5,66006" 



5,000 00 
25,000 00 



150,000 00 I 



40,000 00 
10,000 00 



250,000 00 
5,000 00 
5.000 00 
35,000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 



25,000 CO 
5,000 00 
20,000 00 
1,000.000 00 
10,000 00 



10,000,000 00 
875,000 00 



25,000 00 
15,000 00 
40,000 00 



10,000 00 1 
30,' 00 00 



10,000 00 1 

50,000 00 
750,000 00 I 



5,000 00 



25.000 00 I 
50,000 00 * 



5,000 00 1 
75,000 00 I 
50,000 00 ! 

3,000 00 



2,000 00 

5,000 00 ' 

10.000 00 1 

10.000 00 

30,000 00 

"i6~666"66"i 



11 10 

29 15 

86 59 

14 17 
27 54 

12 S3 

13 37 

18 33 
24 51 
29 10 
12 00 

500 
82 44 
10 91 
89 40 

5 0U 
96 40 
38 29 

5 00 
48 IH 
29 35 
36 3* 
53 17 

15 8.1 
10 94 
35 36 

24 77 
27 51 
98 90 

25 65 

19 90 
33 76 

180 14 

16 84 
500 

172 82 
103 01 

500 
27 IS 

24 93 
38 15 

5 00 

18 62 
29 <» 
60 27 

17 72 
43 0f> 

129 79 
48 18 

87 9S 

16 74 
500 
573 

35 29 

25 63 

22 14 
12 52 
58 02 
80 02 
12 9» 

24 07 

14 06 

19 54 

18 5S 

23 72 
27 SS 

25 99 

17 55 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



o< 



STATEMENT Xll-Omrtnu*!. 



Nam* of corporation. 



Cable Cove Power Co 

4 'able Cove Power Co. (Increase) 

4'atterlln-Donahue Investment Co 

Campbell A Evans 

Cascade Electric Co 

<upltal Fuel A Investment Co. (Dissolution).... 

iascade Fuel Co 

Carson Hydraulic Mines, Ltd. (Dissolution) 

Capital Improvement Co 

CrhIi Meat A Produce Co _ 

California A Oregon .Light, Heat A Power Co 

Cascade Power Co 

Carlton A Rosenkrans ' 

Cement Block Co , 

Central Improvement Co _ _, 

Centennial investment Co I 

Centennial Investment Co. (Increase) I 

Centennial Investment Co. (Decrease) 

Central Point Creamery 

Central Point State Bank 

Cement Products Co. 1 

Central Sand Co [ 

Central Sash A Door Agency 

Central Sash A Door Agency (Supplementary). J 

Cedarbrook Townslte A Development Co. 

Chapman Advertising Co. 

Champion Basin Mining Co. (Increase) 

Chamber*, Bristow Banking Co. (Increase) ! 

Chetco Copper Co I 

Cherry Co., Inc., P. L 

Cbristensen Concentrating Co. ■ 

Churchill A Co., Inc., A. C 

Chambers Hardware Co , 1 

Chinook Lumber Co 

Chambers Lumber Co. I 

Chambers Power Co \ 

Chambers Shingle Co I 

Chapman Timber Co 

Chehalem Valley Bank. (Dissolution) 



City Foundry A Machine Co. 

City Lumber A Box Co 

Citv Laundry Co. (Increase) 

Citizens' Light A Traction Co. (Dissolution) __ 
Citizens' Mutual Telephone Co., of Needy, Ltd.. 

Cinderella Mining Go, 

City Retail Ice Co. 

City Retail Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

City Transfer A Delivery Co 

City Transfer A Delivery Co. (Decrease) 

City Transfer A Delivery Co. (Supplementary) _ 

Clough Co., Chas.I 

Clopton A Co., Frank B 

Clear Creek Mutual Telephone Co. ^__ 

Clatsop Clay A Ochre Co I 

Clatskanie Fraternal Association 

Hackamas Hop Farming Co . 

Clear Water Irrigation. Power A Boom Co j 

Clover Leaf Creamery Co 

Clackamas Power Co. 

Claremont Tavern Co. i 

Ooverdale Telephone Co ! 

Clatskanie Transportation Co... 

Clarke* Woodard Drug Co 

Co-operative Aid Society , 

Commercial Advertising Co. ' 

Consolidated Amusement Co. (Decrease) t 

Commonwealth Bank&Tr st Co 

Commonwealth Bank A Trust Co. (Dissolution) 

Concordia Building Association 

Coos Bay Condensing Co. (Decrease) 

Coos Bay Development Co 

Coos Bay Tide Land Co 



DaU o/JUing. 



Oct. 2, i 
May IB, . 
Mar. 14, 1 
Jan. 12, I 
Aug. 30, I 
Aug. 11, ! 
Mar. 29, 
Oct. 5,1 
Mar. 17, ] 
July 23, ; 
June 17, : 
Dec. 5, J 
Feb. 9, : 
Mar. 8, 1 
Sept. 14, 1 
Sept. 20, 
Nov. 2, : 
June 2», I 
Aug. 14, ] 
May 29,1 
Aug. 9, 1 
April 8, 1 
Nov. 28, 1 
Feb. 17, 1 
Dec. 6,1 
April 28, J 
Mar. 16, ' 
April 11, : 
Aug. 10, i 
Feb. 9, 1 
July 2d, J 
April 11, 1 
April 24, ] 
Jan. 24,: 
Jan. 26,: 
Feb. 2, ] 
Feb. 23, 1 
Dec. 1,1 
Feb. 1, ] 
Sept. 6, 1 
Jan. 24, 1 
May 9, : 
Sept. 28, J 
Nov. 18,] 
July 12,] 
Jan. 28,] 
Sept. 5,] 
Feb. 28, J 
Aug. 2,] 
Aug. 2,J 
Jan. 6, 1 
Oct. 14,: 
May 1, 1 
Aug. 29. : 
Mar. 2,1 
May 14,1 
Sept. 16, 1 
Dec. 7, ] 
June 22, ] 
June 27, 
Aug. 15, 1 
Oct. 4, J 
Jan. 10,: 
Sept. 15, 
Aug. 7, 
June 27, . 
Feb. 8, ; 
Aug. 9, ] 
Feb. 14, J 
June 30, I 
Nov. 28, ] 
Feb. 1, ] 



ing. 


Capital $toek. 


1905 


S 100,000 00 


1906 




1906 


60,000 00 1 


1906 


10,000 00 1 


1905 
1905 
1905 


10,000 00 ' 


„^.---.™___. 


1904 




1906 


20,000 00 , 


1906 


5,000 00 


1905 


20,000 00 


1905 


1,000,000 00 


1905 


20,000 00 


1906 


10,000 00 


1905 


5,000 00 1 


1905 


25,000 00 ' 


1905 




1908 


i 


1906 


6~000 00 i 


1906 


25,000 00 


1906 


25,000 00 j 


1905 


600 00 1 


1904 


85,000 00, 


1906 




1904 


106,666 66 I 


1906 
1905 
1995 


5,000 00 | 


- 


1905 


1,000,000 66 


1906 


10,000 00 j 


1905 


5,000 00 


1905 


5,000 00 i 


1906 


50,000 00 , 


1906 


200,000 00 


1906 


100,000 00 > 


1906 


60,000 00 


1905 


10,000 00 


1905 
1905 
1906 


800,000 00 


5~666"66" 


1905 


1,600 00 


1906 


__—_.....____ 


1906 




1905 


600 00 


1905 


800,000 00 


190 * 


10,000 00 


1905 


8,000 00 


1905 
1906 


26,000 00 


1906 
1905 


5^666"66" 


1905 


12,600 00 


1906 


2,500 00 . 


1905 


60,000 00 i 


1905 


5,000 00 | 


1906 


80,000 00 


1905 


160,000 00 i 


1905 


1,200 00 1 


1905 


26,000 00 ; 


1905 


4,000 00 1 


1906 


2,000 00 ! 


1905 


20,000 00 


1906 


100,000 00 


1906 


60,000 00 


1906 


1,200 00 , 


1905 




1906 




600,000 00 1 


1906 




1905 


40,000 00 


1906 




1905 


25,000 66 , 


1905 


45,000 00 ' 



colUcted. 



72 26 
40 89 
88 96 
21 99 
27 54 
6 18 
25 15 
81 5K 

25 81 

19 40 

20 77 
146 23 

27 78 

19 73 

17 96 

35 57 

68 02 
5 00 

28 20 

21 81 
37 87 
12 88 
42 84 

500 
63 36 

11 81 
111 64 

18 33 
186 30 

20 84 

19 35 

12 22 
80 69 
75 80 
66 87 
87 26 

20 26 
118 08 

500 
18 17 
14 88 

29 86 
500 

16 17 

69 70 

21 66 
683 

26 74 
500 
500 

14 83 
34 25 
11 68 
60 16 

13 82 
28 95 

100 43 

15 65 
20 49 
10 11 
18 77 
34 80 
58 56 
48 76 
18 99 

500 

100 55 

15 96 

36 26 
500 

31 78 

37 33 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



58 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT Xll-Cbnrtnued. 



A*am« e/ corporation. 



Oatnofji'ing. 



Capital ttock. 



collected. 



Coos Bay Lime A Cement Co 

Coon Bay Lime A Cement Co. (Increase) 

Coos Bay Mattress Co 

Coos Bay Mining, Milling A Transportation Co 

Coos Bay Times Publishing Co._ 

Coos Bay Townslte Co 

Copper Butte Livestock Co. (dissolution) 

Corvallis Creamery Co 

Cowlitz County Logging Co 

Coos A Coqullle Valleys Railroad Co _ 

Coast Chemical Co 

Cole Co., Geo. M _ 

Cole Co., Geo. M. (Supplementary)... 

Co-operative Christian Federation Trust 

Concrete Construction Co 

Continental Co 

Copperopoils Copper Co. (Increase) 

Commercial Cream Co., Ltd. ■ 

Consolidated Copper Co _ i 

Copper Development Co 

Consolidated Dock Co 

Condon Drug Co 

Condon Electric Co _' 

Corvallis Electric Light A Power Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) _ 

Coast Fork Lumber Co 

Conquest Gold Mining Co — 

Cottage Grove Electric Co. (Dissolution) 

Cottage Hospital Association of Hood River, 

Oregon 

Corvallis Independent Telephone Co. (Increase). 

Colonial Investment Co. 

Consumers Irrigation Co. 

Commercial Investment Co 

Commercial Investment Co. (Dissolution) 

Corastock Lumber Co 

Cone Lumber Co 

Cone Lumber Co. (Decrease) 

Cody Lumber Co. 

Condon Light Co 

Corvallis Meat Co.. 

Coquille Mill A Mercantile Co 

Commercial Mining Co. (Dissolution) 

Conservative Mining A Milling Co 

Conservative Mining A Milling Co. (Increase)— 

Commercial Mining Co 

Composite Pressed Brick Co 

Conn Real Estate & Investment Co., 8. Morton.. 

Copper Standard Mines _ 

Cornell us State Bank 

Cold Springs Telephone Co 

Cold Springs Irrigation Ditch Co.. 

Cold Springs Water Co _ _ 

Coast Trading Co 

Coach Timber Co 

Condon Warehouse Co 

Columbia Arm Investment Co. 

Columbia Creamery Co 

Columbia Cool A Coke Co. (Decrease). __ 

Columbia A Chelan Navigation Co 

Columbia A Chelan Navigation Co. (Decrease)— 
Columbia Denaturalized Alcohol Distilling Co. 

Columbia Fish Co 

Columbia Hardware Co.. _ 

Columbia Life A Trust Co 

Columbia Mining A Milling Co. (Dissolution)— 

Columbia Packing Co. (Dissolution) _ , 

Columbia Printing Co 

Columbia Prospecting A Mining Co _ 

Columbia Real Estate A Trust Co. (Dissolution) 

Columbia Realty Co _ 

Columbia River Lumber Co 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

July 

Sept. 

Jan. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

June 

July 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

July 

Sept. 

May 

May 

Nov. 

July 



5, 1904 ' 
21, IIK)4 ' 

10, 190-S i 
80, 1905 

2, 1906 ! 

11, 1906 ' 
9. 1905 I 
5, 1906 ! 
4, 1905 ' 

3, 1905 I 
28,1904 

2,1905 
27, 1906 

1, 1903 
26, 1905 

7, 1905 
90,1906 
19,1905 
18,1905 
15, 1906 
23, 1906 
t7, 1905 | 
21,1905 



Feb. 28,1906 
Nov. 29, 1905 
Feb. 15,1906 
May 10, 1906 



Nov. 10, 
Feb. 18, 
April 17, 
June 23, 
Nov. 18, 
June 2H, 
June 29, 
July 12, 
June 28, 
June 1, 
Oct. 8, 
May 7, 
April 18, 
Aug. 19, 
Nov. 1. 
June 80, 
Aug. 19, 
April 10, 
Aug. 14, 
April 24, 
June 26, 
April 18, 
Oct. 20, 
June 14, 
Nov. 18, 
Sept. 28, 
Oct. 10, 
Jan. 4, 
July 13, 
June 2, 
Aug. 22, 
June 23, 
June 30, 
May 25, 
Nov. 23, 
Jan. 13, 
Dec. 18, 
Jan. 10, 
Dec. 1, 
June 13, 
Dec. 21, 
Sept. 29, 
Aug. 9, 



1905 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905, 

1904 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1904 I 
1905 

1905 ' 

1906 | 
1905 
1906 ' 
1905 ' 
1905 
1904 

1905 • 

1904 ; 

1905 
1904 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 

1906 ; 
1905 
1906 ! 
1906 | 
1906 ! 

1905 ! 

1906 ! 
1904 
1905 
1906' 



10,000 00 S 



10,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 



15.000 00 

52,000 00 

250,000 00 

1,000 00 

15,000 00 



50,000 00 
10.000 00 
25,000 00 



5,000 00 
2,500,000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,000,000 00 



10,000 00 



10,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 



25,000 00 
50,000 00 



100,000 00 

5.000 00 

5,000 00 

40,000 00 



45,000 00 



1,750,000 00 

20,000 00 

200,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

15.000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

5.000 00 

100,000 00 

800 000 00 

10.000 00 

65,000 00 

6,000 00 

"~job~6o6~66' 



750,000 00 

2,500 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 



10,000 00 
20,000 00 



30,000 00 
20,000 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



59 



STATEMENT Oil— Continued. 



Name of corporation. 



D«U of filing. 



Columbia River Pulp* Paper Co 

Columbia Southern irrigating Co. 

Columbia southern Warehouse Co. (Dissolution) 

Columbia Theatre Co. (Dissolution; 

Columbia Woolen Mills Co 

Cream-Aid Manufacturing Co. 

Crook County Irrigation Co. (Dissolution) 

Crain Drug Co 

Crofut-McAyeal Co. (Supplementary) 

Crook-Unruh Manufacturing Co.— ' 

Cunningham Sheep & Land Co 

Cyanide Gold Mining Co 

Condon Lumber Co 

Dalglelsh & Co _ _. 

Dallas City Bank. (Decrease) 

Dalles Dressed MeatCo > 

Dallas Electric Light Co 

Dallas Electric Light Co. (Dissolution) — 

Davenport Farm Co., Homer — 

Dayton Evaporating and Packing Co. 

Dan Qo'd Mining Co 

Daley-Grnver-Jackson Water Co. 

Dayton Hardware Co. (Dissolution) 

Dallas Light and Water Co 

Day Lumber Co. (Supplementary) 

Davis, Patterson A Co 

Davis-Sen a ltz Co. .. 

Dalles Sanitorium 

Deschutes Alfalfa Land Syndicate 

Dennis & Davis Shingle Co 

Deschutes Improvement Co 

Deadpolnt Improvement Co 

Deschutes Land Co.. 

Department Mining and Milling Co 

Deschutes Railroad Co 

Deschutes Reclamation and Irrigation Co. (In- 
crease) 

Detroit Saw Mill Co. 

Deschutes Telephone Co. (Increase) . 

Dent Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 

Dixie Meadows Gold Mining Co. (Supplemen- 
tary) 

Dindinger. Wilson & Co. (Dissolution) 

Douglas Club —i— 

Dougherty, Fitblan 8hoe Co 

Downlng-Hopklns Co _ 

Downing, Hopkins A Co. (Dissolution) 

Domestic Laundry Co , 

Domestic Laundry Co. (Increase) 

Domestic Laundry Co. (Dissolution). 

Douglas Land and Trust Co. (Decrease) 

Dorrance Lumber Co. 

Dolly Varden Candy Co. 

Drain Land Co _ 

Drain Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Drain Water Co _ ' 

Drain Water, Light and Power Co 

Dubrullle Bbggy Top Co.. 

Durar Co-operative Creamery Co 

Dufur Drug Co 

Duncan Drug Co 

Durkee Mercantile Co.- 

Dundee Orchard and Packing Co 



Eagle Creek Lumber Co. 

Eagle Publishing Co 

Eagle River Electric Power Co 

Eakln A Stockton Co 

Eagle Telephone Co 

Eagle Valley Water, Light & Lumber Co.. 

Eagle Valley Railroad Co 

East Beaver Cheese-Co 



June 29, 
Nov. 4, 
June 22, 
June 10, 
Aug. 4, 
June lti, 
Oct. 81, 
Oct. 30, 
Nov. 25, 
Mar. 31, 
Nov. 27, 
Nov. 15, 
Feb. 11, 
Nov. 8, 
June 19, 
Jan. 24, 
June 7. 
June 25, 
May 27, 
Aug. 25, 
Mar. 14, 
July 29, 
July 13, 
Oct. 17, 
Dec. 9, 
Feb. 2, 
Sept. 18, 
Sept. 20, 
Jan. 6, 
June 30, 
Jan. 3, 
April 20, 
June 9, 
Sept 2H, 
Feb. 2, 



1900 M 

1905 : 

1906 ' 
1905 '. 
1905 , 
1906 
1904 I 
1905 
1904 L 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1904 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 



Dec. 81,1904 
Mar. 2», 1906 
Jan. 25,1905 
May 10,1905 

Aug. 13, 1906 
June 29, 1905 
Mar. 14,1905 
May 17,1905 
April 23, 1906 
June 15, 1906 
Sept. 12, 190> 
Jan. 17, 1906 
June 30, 1906 
Feb. 26, 1906 
July 28, 1906 
Oct. 10, 1904 
Mar. 27, 1906 
Mar. 13, 1905 
Sept. 4, 1906 
Dec. IS, 905 
Nov. 14, 1904 
July 13, 1906 
Nov. 19,1901 
Sept. 22, 1906 
Aug. 26, 1905 
May 29, 1905 

April 11, 1908 
April 2,1906 
Dec. 20, 1905 
Mar. 17, 1906 
Feb. 26, 1906 
Oct. 21, 1905 
Oct. 19,1904 
Feb. 5, 1906 



Capital »tock. 



250,000 00 
300,000 00 



15,000 00 
20,000 00 

~~2,666"66 



250,000 00 
70,000 00 
500,000 00 
100,000 00 
5,000 00 



50,000 00 
20,000 00 



20,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

5,000 00 



1,000 00 



25,000 00 

25,000 00 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 

25,000 00 

4,800 00 

250,000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 



15,000 00 

""iCooo'oo" 



3,000 00 

100,000 00 

10,000 00 



5,000 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 



10,000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 
9,000 00 
8,000 00 

10,000 00 

25,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,200 00 

500,000 00 

12,000 00 

840 00 

50,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

700 00 



F«M 


eolUcted. 


9 45 8* 


125 48 


5 00 


5 00 


38 15> 


20 82 


10 05 


16(59 


500 


62 64 


64 5» 


66 25 


54 18 


16 44 


500 


87 90 


21 31 


500 


21 92 


27 74 


92 90 


19 24 


5 74 


17 0> 


500 


28 17 


85 68 


26 68 


14 8* 


15 04 


29 81 


11 97 


49 22 


72 81 


55 41 


14 90 


25 21 


28 61 


11 4$ 


500 


5t» 


12 96 


U 16 


17 84 


500 


18 00 


14 52 


5 00. 


500 


19 27 


17 20 


18 95 


19 03 


27 33 


15 48 


24 42 


19 68 


24 21 


17 73 


27 70 


21 81 


18 3a 


12 47 


112 88 


25 81 


13 48 


45 80 


162 33 


14 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



00 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XH-Cbnrtnued. 



Same of corporation. 



Date of filing. 



Capital Mock. 



East Creek Coal Co.. 

East Fork Irrigating Co. (Supplementary) 

East Fork Irrigating Co. (Increase) 

East Hood River FruitCo _ 

Eastern Investment Co., Ltd. (Decrease) 

Eastern Manufacturers Co. (Increase).— 

Eastern Oregon Co ___ 

Eastern Oregon Brewing Co. 

Eastern Oregon Brewing Co. (Increase) 

Eastern Oregon Banking Co. (Increase) 

Eastern Oregon Building A Loan Assn. (Sup- 
plementary) 

Eastern Oregon Ry. Co. (Dissolution) -. 

Eastern Oregon Railroad A Power Co _. 

Eastern Oregon Title Guaranty Co. (Dissolution) 

Eastern Oregon Trust A Savings Bank 

Eastern Shoe Repair Co 

East Side Bank of Portland 

East Sid a Slabwood Co 

East A West Gold Mining Co 

Echo Water, Light A Power Co. (Dissolution).. 

Edwards Co 

Edwards, Harris, Lamont Realty Co 

Ed wards, Harris, Lamont Real ty Co. ( Dissolu- 
tion) _ __ 

Eggleston Paint Co 

Elk Creek Lumber Co 

Electric Coffee Co. (Supplementary) 

Electric Crane Co 

Elliott Creek Mining Co. (Increase) 

Elam Hardware Co., J. L. (Dissolution) 

Elgin Light A Water Co. (Dissolution) 

El rod A Moore Land Co. (Dissolution) 

Elppa Orchard Co... — 

Empire Contracting Co 

Empire Lumber Co., Ltd 

Emlson Lumber Co. 

Emison Lumber Co. (Dissolution). 

Empire Meat Market. 

Empire State Lumber Co. 

Empire Theatre Co.. 

Enterprise Beer Agency 

Enterprise Brewing Co. 

Enterprise Fraternal Building Assn.. 

Enterprise Grain A Mill Co 

Enterprise Investment Co. (Decrease) 

Enterprise Meat Co.._ _ 

Enterprise Planing Mill Co 

Equitable Finance Co 

ErlcRon Undertaking Co 

E«tacada BanklngCo. 

Estacada Brick A Tile Co. (Decrease) 

Esmeralda Gold Mining Co. (Increase) 

Estacada Light A Power Co 

Estacada State Bank. _. __. 

Estacada Telephone A Telegraph Co 1 

Estacada Wood Manufacturing Co. 

Estacada Wood Manufacturing Co. (Increase) . 
Eugene, Elmira A Florence Telephone Co. (In- 
crease) 

Eugene Loan A Savings Bank. (Increase) 

Eugene Water Co. (Dissolution). 

Eugene Woolen Mill Co. 

Eugene Planing Mill Co.. __ 

Eureka Planing Mill Co._ 

Eureka Sand, Stone A Building Co 

Everett, Kyle A Epperly ; 

Exposition Accommodation Bureau 

Excelsior Laundry Co 

Exposition Rink Co I 



Oct. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

July 

Aug. 
Jan. 
July 
June 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Aug. 
June 
Dec. 
Aug. 
Mar. 
Feb. 



21, 1905 
7,1905 
7, 1905 
9, 1905 

20, 1906 
13, 1905 

16, 1905 
1,1905 

17, 1906 
3,1906 

18,1906 
5, 1905 
3, 1906 

26, 1905 

21, 1906 
14,1906 

3, 1906 
20, 1906 

1,1905 
17,1905 
26,1906 
15,1906 



F'A* 

collect**. 



9 100,000 00 


« 





' 


50,000 00 




25,000 00 
36,000 00 




25,000 00 



60,000 00 ; 

2,00000 ! 

25,000 00 | 

10,000 00 I 

250,000 00 i 



June 27, 1906 
April 5, 1906 
Sept. 20, 1906 
Feb. 16,1905 
May 15,1905 
Jan. 26,1905 
June 28, 1905 
June 9, 1906 
Oct. 19,1904 
May 15, 1905 
July 26, 1906 
May 11,1906 
Jan. 3, 1905 
June 5, 1906 ; 
April 12, 1908 
May 18, 1906 i 
Mar. 20, 1906 
Feb. 21, 1906 
Jan. IS, 1906 ! 
Jan. 26, 1906 | 
April 12, 1905 i 
Dec. 15, 1905 i. 
Feb. 6, 1906 [ 
Mar. 6, 1906 
Mar. 23, 1905 
June 9, 1906 
May 8, 1905 ] 
Oct. 30, 1905 ., 
April 2, 1906 
Jan. 22, 1906 
Aug. 5, 1905 
Feb. 7, 1905 
Jan. 18, 1905 
May 20. 1905 . 



62,500 00 
1,500 00 



1,200 00 
50,000 00 

""£66000 



5,000 00 
100,000 00 
50,000 00 
15,000 00 



5,000 00 
25,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
25,000 00 
12,500 00 
25,000 00 

"'sSwoo 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
25,000 00 



3,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 



Nov. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Aug. 
July 
June 
Nov. 
June 
Jan. 



22, 1901 . 
5, 1905 . 

26, 1906 . 

19, 1906 
3, 1906 I 
8, 1906 

24, 1906 

23, 1906 
28, 1904 

2, 1906 | 
23, 1906 



40,000 00 
20,000 00 ! 

5,000 00 I 
10,000 00 ' 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 | 
100,000 00 

2,000 00 



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<>1 



STATEMENT Xll-Om/mued. 



Name of corporation. 



~liji±\ 



Fair, The. (Dissolution). 

Falls City A Luckiamute Development Co, 

solution) 

Falls city Lumber Co 

Falls City Lumber Co. (Supplementary) ._.; 

Falls City Lumber Co. (Supplementary) j 

Falls City Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Falls City Merer utile Co. (Dissolution) ■ 

Fairvlew Dairy Association. _ __.] 

Farmer* Exchange <k Forwarding Co 

Fairy Floss Candy Co. 

Failing, Haines A McCalman ; 

Fanners Home Telephone Co.. ■ 

Farmers Implement dfc Supply House ! 

FarnMworth Land A Irrigation Co. ' 

Fairvlew Land Co. (Dissolution) i 

Farmers A Miners Telephone Co 

Farmers Mutual Telephone Co. 

Farmers A Mechanics Bank 

Farmers & Merchants State Bank ' 

Farmers A Merchants Bank of Nyssa, Oregon.' 
Farmers A Merchant* Bank of Forest Grove. 

(Dissolution) 1! 

Fashion Stables ; 

Fairvlew Telephone Co. 

Farmers Telephone Co. of Oregon City. ' 

Fellows Grocery Co ' 

First Bank A Trust Co ___ _. 

Finish Co-operative Co 

Filipino Kxhibltion Co , 

Fish Lake Reservoir A Irrigation Co ! 

Fidelity Press _ __■ 

Fidelity Printing Co _ I 

First Slate Bank | 

Fox A Co 

Fortmiller Furniture Co __ I 

Forest Grove Trannportatlon Co ] 

Forestry Inn 

Fobes Supply Co 

Foard A Stokes Hardware Co j 

Fort Warner Mining Co _ _.| 

Franklin Association. (Increase) 

Freeland Consolidated Mining Co. (Supple- 
mentary) 

Freeland Consolidated Mining Co. (Increase) 

Fraternal News Publishing Co ._ 

Fremont Power Co. 

Fremont Power Co. (Increase) 

Gauld A Kline Co. (Supplementary) | 

Garraan Co., W. D._ _ ___ _. 

Garvin Cyanide Extraction Co | 

Galveston Flood Scenicgraph Co. (Dissolution) J 

Galveston Flood Co i 

Garfield Orange Hall Stock Co. (Dissolution )._. 

Gay Paree Vaudeville Theatre A French Cafe. ! 

Gaston Pastime Club ! 

Gardners'*; Ranchers' Assn. 

Galloway Telephone Co 

Germalne Cigar Factory 

General Contracting Co 

Geiser-Hendryx Investment Co. (Increase) 

George* Miller Co.. 

Gilliam County Bank Building Assn. 

Gilbert Co. _.... .. 

Gilliam County Bank _ 

Gilliam County Milling Co 

Gibson Manufacturing Co 

Gilmore Water Power Co , 

Glade Creek Mining Co 

Glacier Irrigating Co. 

Glendale State Bank 



Dote of filing. 



June 26, 1906 



Capital took. 



July 21, 
Aug. 28, 
Jan. 31, 
Feb. 8, 
Sept. 18, 
June 19, 
Mar. 8, 
April 7, 
Jan. 18, 
April 8, 
Nov. 9, 
Jan. 15, 
Jan. 24, 
July 8, 
Mar. 14, 
Feb. 8, 
Mar. 12, 
April 8, 
Feb. 17, 



1905 

190.") 

190H 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1906 I 

1905 1 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1906 

1905 ' 

1905 | 



:i 



Feb. 20, 1906 . 
Mar 8, 1906 ! 
May 26, 1906 ' 
Dec. 17, 1901 I 
Nov. 2, 1901 I 
July 30, 1906 
Oct. 9, 1905 I 
June 9, 1905 
Oct. 10, 1901 
April 10, 1905 ' 
Sept. 5, 1906 
Dec. 29,1905 
Jan. 2, 1906 
April 19, 1906 
Jan. 29, 1906 , 
Feb. 28, 1905 I 
June 1, 1906 ! 
Sept. 26, 1906 ' 
Aug. 28. 1906 I 
Nov. 2, 1905 ! 

June 18, 1906 

Aug. 11, 1906 —_ 
Jan. 25,1905 
Aug. 28, 1905 
Sept. 22, 1906 ..__ 



Mar. 17, 1906 ' 
Nov. 4, 1905 I 
June 3, 1905 
April 11, 1905 ! 
April 10, 1905 ' 
July 31, 1905 . 
Mar. 16, 1905 
Dec. 12, 1904 
Jan. 8, 1906 l 
Oct. 18, 1905 I 
May 17, 1906 
Aug. 29, 1905 
April 12, 1905 
Jan. 81,1906 
May 25,1906 
Mar. 29, 1905 
Jan. 5, 1905 
June 12, 1905 
Sept. 17, 1906 
Oct. 4, 1905 
Aug. 1,1905 
Mar. 12, 1906 
May 81, 1906 



50,000 00 



2,000 00 
6,000 00 
15,000 00 
125,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
1,0 00 



2,500 00 

2,000 00 

25,000 00 

25,000 00 

20,000 00 



10,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 
10.000 00 
5,000 00 
4,000 00 
10,000 00 
8,000 00 
10,000 00 
5,000 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
50.000 00 
50,000 00 
100,000 00 



10,000 00 
200,000 00 



200,000 00 
100,000 00 

"Yojxoco 



10,000 00 
500 00 

25.000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 



15.000 00 
10,000 00 

100,000 00 
50000 00 
80,000 00 

500,000 00 
500 00 

500,000 00 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 



Peoo 

collected. 



500- 

5 57 
50 6.J 

5 00 

500 
74 87 

5 0O 

13 2» 
18 4!> 

28 99- 
62 07 
24 62 

21 87 

14 88 
5 33 

12 99 

18 92 

26 0* 
24 61 

27 35 

500 

19 81 
10 99- 

15 37 

24 90 
3h 42 

25 89 

10 hO 

16 WW 
18 37 
27 29 

22 57 

14 91 
24 00 
21 29 

20 06 
27 47 
47 85 
43 42 

16 61 

5 00 
96 89 

21 46 
103 8K 

73 63 

5 00 
90 81 

38 m 

500 

18 87 
5 85 

19 40 

15 51 

29 81 

17 02 

11 24 

27 5S 
60 81 

28 28 

16 52 
47 88 
89 55 

26 56 
188 63 

17 40 
69 15 
19 57 
21 70- 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XII- Continued. 



Nam* o/ corporation. 



Dot* of/Uing. 



Capital lock. 



collected. 



Goldie Construction Co 

Golconda Extentlon Gold Mining Co. (Supple- 
mentary) •_ 

Gordon- Harrison Grocery Co. 

Gobel Milling Co 

•Gold Bend Mining Co 

•Gold Bug Syndicate 

Gold Coin Mines Co 

Gold Coin Mining Co 

Gold Hill Development Co. (Increase) 

Gold Hill High Line Ditch Co. (Dissolution) 

•Gold Issue Mines Co 

■Gold Nest Mining Co 

Gold Pick MlnesCo 

Gold Pick Mines Co. (Supplementary) 
•Gold Pick Mines Co. (Increase) 



Gold Placer Mines Co., of Baker City, Oregon.... 
•Gold Placer Mines Co., of Baker City, Oregon 

( Increase) 
-Golden RuleConsoTldated 1 WningAMlVlingCo. 

(Increase) 

Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. (Dissolution) 

-Gold Standard Logging Jack A Swivel Co 

Golden Star Gold Mines Co. (Decrease) 

•Gray Brothers Grocery Co 

Graves A Co., Inc 

-Grant County District Agricultural Society 

Grant County Progressive Assn. 

Grover Drug Co. 

Grover Drug Co. (Increase) 

Green point Logging Co.„J 

Grand Laundry Co... 

Granite Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Grocers' A Merchants 1 Assn - 

Greyloo Manufacturiug Co. - 

Great Northern Coal Co. (Decrease) 

Grants Pass Iron A 8teel Works 

Grants Pass Marble <k Lime Co 

'Grants Pass A Western Railway Co 

•Grande Ronde Electric Co. 

•Grande Ronde Grain Co 

Grande Ronde Reservoir Co. ' 

Grande Ronde Valley Fruitgrowers Union i 

-Grande Ronde Water Co | 

Great Southern Land Co . 

-Great Siberian Railway Co ' 

Great Siberian Railway Co. (Dissolution) 

Gresham Trading A Packing Co _.' 

Grass Valley Electric Light, Water A Power Co. 

(Dissolution) 

Grand View Farming Co _. 

Great Western Mining A Milling Co 

Great Western Yeast Co. (Dissolution) _ 

Great Western Lumber and Mining Co 

Gulss-Beebe Mercantile Co. (Supplementary)-- 

Gtinst Cigar Co. of Seattle, M. A 

Gunst A Co. of Spokane, M. A.._ _ 

Guard Printing Co 

Guaranty Realty Co. 



Mar. 6, J905 | 9 10,000 00 $ 

Nov. 16, 1004 
Nov. 8, 1905 
Dec. 20, 1905 
Dec. 18,1905 
Dec. 2, 1994 
April 9, 1906 
May 26, 1905 
July 8, 1905 
Aug. 8, 1905 
Jan. 5, 1900 
April 18, 1906 
June 13, 1905 
July 11, 1906 
July 11, 1906 
July 27, 1905 



5,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
500,000 00 • 
3,000,000 00 I 
10,000 00 



3,000,000 00 
25,000 00 
50,000 00 



100,000 00 



| 50,000"65" 

i£666"66~ 

10,000 00 
8,000 00 

20,000 00 
6,000 00 

Tjoob'oo 

15,000 00 

Woo" 

1,000 00 

JMxxToo" 

50,000 00 

500,000 00 

100,000 00 

6,000 00 

100,000 00 

500 00 

100.000 00 

10,000 00 

20,000 00 



Oct. 2, 1905 I ; 



Jan. 16,1905 
May 5, 1906 
Mar. 16, 1906 
April 22, 1905 
Oct. 21,1905 
Sept. 16, 1905 
Mar. 12,1906 
Feb. 12,1906 
Oct. 26, 1905 
Mar. 21, 1906 
May 23, 1906 
Dec. 15, 1905 
June 30, 1905 
Sept. 27, 1906 
Mar. 15, 1906 
June 20, 1906 
Dec. 22,1904 
Aug. 4,1905 
Jan. 31,1906 
Oct. 5, 1904 
Aug. 10, 1905 
Aug. 15, 1906 
Jan. 8, 1906 
Dec. 11,1905 
Dec. 14,1904 
April 29, 1905 
Mar. 6, 1906 
April 6,1905 



Nov. 11, 1904 
Nov. 28, 1905 
Dec. 16,1905 
June 30, 1906 
Jan. 10, 1905 
Mar. 80. 1905 
Feb. 18, 1905 
April 19, 1906 

May 9, 1906 

, Mar. 28, 1906 

Ilartman Abstract Co. (Increase) June 30, 1905 

Hall & Brown, Inc Aug. 10,1906 

Harlow, Blaser A Harlow April 21, 1906 

Hawley Co., J. H. (Dissolution) Oct. 13, 1904 

Harndon & Cole Co , Mar. 13,1906 

Hazelwood Cream Co. (Supplementary) Mar. 81, 1905 

Haines Commercial Co Mar. 28,1905 

Hanley Co., Wm. (Increase) ■ April 15, 1905 

■ - - - Aug. 5, 1905 

Sept. 25, 1905 
Dec. 16, 1905 
Dec. 13, 1904 



! 



15,000 00 



;-l 



5,000 00 
250,000 00 

"~~25£6o6~66~! 

_ I 

40,000 00 
50,000 00 I 
20,000 00 I 
1,000,000 00 



10,000 00 
8,000 00 



Harney County Fair Association 

Harney County Bank— _ 

Harney County Bank. '(Supplementary). 
Haines Electric Power Co 



10,000 00 



25,000 00 i 



4,000 00 ' 
50,000 00 I 



50,000 00 . 



19 52 

500 
25 21 
81 tt 
19 05 
47 94 

500 
4141 



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63 



STATEMENT XlI-OtmHnued. 




Hamm Gold Mining Co 

Hawk eye Investment Co. 

Uackett Lumber Co. 

Hadley Lumber Co. 

Haines Mercantile Co. (Increase)— 

Haines Mercantile Co. (Increase) 

Hud ley-Russell Shingle Co 

Harth&Son, Inc., P. H 

Hancock Street Improvement Co. (Dissolution). 

Harrison Tobacco Co 

Harney Valley Brewing Co 

Hamblln-Wheeler Clothing Co 

Hellig Amusement Co 

Heflernan Engine Works 

Heitshu, Grant & Co., Inc 

Hertrler A Haskell Lumber Co 

Heppner Improvement Co 

Herald Printing and Publishing Co _ — 

Herald Printing and Publishing Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Hillsboro Amusement Association 

Hillsboro Co-operative Co. (Decrease) 

Hillsboro Lumber Co. 

Hiawatba Mining Co 

Hidden Treasure Mining Co ._ 

Home Builders Association. (Dissolution) 

Hoefler Co . . 

Holmes Coal and Ice Co 

Holmes Coal and Ice Co. (Dissolution).. 

House Furnishing Co. (Dissolution) 

Hotel Hood Co ..* ' _. 

Horseshoe Irrigation Co 

Hoover Lumber Co i 

Hofoonvllle Lumber Co. 

HobsonvtUe Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Lot Lake Sanatorium Co. (Increase) 

Home Loan A Savings Bank. (Dissolution).. 

Hoefler Manufacturing Co.. _ 

Hoefler Manufacturing Co. (Dissolution) 

Hobart Mining Co „... 

Houck Mining Co. 

Home Mining Co 

Hotel Nash Co 

Hood River Chemical Cold Storage Co 

Hood River Burial Association 

Hood Klver Fruit Co. (Increase) 

Hood River Land Emporium . 

Hood River Milling Co. (Increase) 

Hood River Sanitarium 

Hotel Sommor Co 

Hot Springs Co _ 

Hot Springs Electric Co 

Home Telephone A Telegraph Co. of Portland, , 

Oregon 

Home Telephone A Telegraph Co. of Portland, 

Oregon 

Home Telephone A Telegraph Co. of Portland, I 

Orego't. (Dissolution) __. 

Hosford Transportation Co 

Hoenel 4 Van Hoeter Soap and Soda Co., Inc. 

( Dissolution) _ _ _ 

Hub Clothing Co 

Hutton Credit Co 

Hunt Hardware Co 

Huntington Lumber Co ' 

Huntington Mercantile Co _J 

Hurlburt-Nicklin Mercantile Co. (Dissolution) . 

Hubbs-Stevens Co 

Hygienic Mattress Co 



May 1, 
Nov. 24, 
Sept. 22, 
Aug. 28, 
Feb, 15, 
June 20, 
Sept. 20, 
May 20, 
Sept. 11, 
Feb. 17, 
Dec. 21, 
Jan. 9, 
April 10, 
Sept. 4, 
Mar. 80, 
July 27, 
Dec. 26, 
June 19, 



1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1908 
1905 
1901 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1905 



June 27, 1906 
Feb. 28,1905 
May 29, 1906 
Aug. 2,1906 
April 12, 1905 
June 24, 1905 
April 10, 1906 
Feb. 8, 1905 
Jan. 5, 1905 
Sept. 21, 1906 
April 27, 1906 
May 17,1905 
Dec. 15, 1904 
July 6, 1906 
Mar. 80, 1905 
April 16, 1906 
Mar. 8, 1906 
Feb. 7, 1905 
June 22, 1905 
Aug. 2, 1905 
Mar. 8, 1905 
Oct. 14, 1904 
June 26, 1906 
Dec. 22,1904 
April 20, 1905 
Mar. 14, 1906 
Aug. 2H, 1906 
Mar. 18,1906 
July 19,1905 
Nov. 28, 1905 
Dec. 80,1904 
Dec. 29, 1904 
Nov. 18, 1905 

Sept. 11,1905 

June 15, 1905 

Sept. 11, 1905 
June 20, 1905 ! 



June 
Sept. 
Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
June 
Jan. 
July 
Dec. 



29,1905 

25, J 906 
25,1006 

4, 1905 
15, 1905 

26, 1905 
20, 1905 ' 
19,1906 

9, 1904 



Idaho Grocery Co _ Sept. 22,1905 

Imbler Lumber Co. (Dissolution) i Jan. 2, 1906 . 



100,000 00 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 

100.0UOO0 



2,000 00 
26,000 00 



2,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 

5,000 00 
100,000 00 
10,000 00 
26,00u00 

5,000 00 
10,000 00 



8,000 00 

"T6~o66~66" 

80,000 00 
250,000 00 



20,000 00 
100,000 00 



2,400 00 

2,500 00 

20,000 00 

1,500 00 



40,000 00 



400,(00 00 
15,000 00 
25,000 00 
50,000 00 
25,000 00 
2,000 00 

Kooooo* 
2~5aT6o 

8,000 00 
90,000 00 
5,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

3,000,000 00 



10,000 00 



8,000 00 
5,000 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 



6,000 00 
50,000 00 

50,000 00 I 



48 35 

24 00 
85 46 
77 74 

27 45 
15 45 

17 79 
22 80 

11 00 

18 68 

22 77 
29 48 

12 25 
76 10 

18 88 
88 58 
15 13 

15 66 

5 00 

13 37 
500 

88 25 
81 58 
46 84 
500 

28 11 

59 25 

16 37 
500 

11 24 
15 4$ 

39 78 

12 56 
500 

91 50 
500 

25 78 
7 71 

91 50 
84 24 
20 28 

40 70 

23 95 

12 99 
87 10 

13 02 

19 51 

15 89 
22 52 

60 21 

16 17 

260 00 
108 76 

45 00 

15 45 

5 00 

26 47 

14 81 

19 89 

16 94 

20 28 
5 00 

29 27 

41 77 

48 18 
12 64 



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64 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XII-Cbn/mu*d. 



Same of corporation. 



Dot* of Ping. 



Capital Hock. 



Feu 

ooUttti 



Investment Company of Oregon i 

Independent C«iai A Ice Co ' 

Inland Empire Publishing Co 

Interior Development Co _ I 

Infant Incubators •. ! 

Infant Incubators. (Dissolution) ! 

Inland Empire Lumber Co. _ i 

Industrial Land Co. ; 

Independent Gas Co ; 

Independent Gold Mining Co. (Supplementary)! 

Independent Ice A Cold Storage Co ..' 

Independent Laundry Co 

Inter urban Land Co 

Inland Mercantile Co. ' 

International Steamship Co 

Independent Steamship Co . 

Independent Steamship Co. (Dissolution) 

Ingham d: Zimmer Cider A Vinegar Co. (In- 
crease) _ i 

Ingham & Zimmer Cider A Vinegar Co. (Sup- i 

plementary) _ 

Inland Empire Real Estate A Investment Co. 

(Dissolution) i 

Independent Investment Co 

Inman-Ponisen Logging Co. _.. 

Inman-Poulsen Lumber Co. . (Supplementary).. 

Inman-Poulson Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Improved Smelter A Mining Co _ ■ 

Improved Smelter Co. of Mexico 

Investors Assn. of Portlad, Or _ j 

Indian Valley Power A Development Co 

Iowa-Oregon Co. 

Ireland Excavating Co __, 

Ireland Kxcavatlng Co. (Dissolution) i 

Irrigon Abstract Co. 

Irrigon Fruit Co 

Irvlngton Improvement Assn 

Ironclad Mining A Milling Co 

Island Home Hop Co 

Jacksonville Electric Co 

Jacobs-Cox Co. (Dissolution) ■ 

Jackson Investment Co. \ 

Jabour Restaurant (To ] 

Jeffers Dairy Co. (Decrease) i 

Jefferson Inn Co., Thomas '■ 

Jennings-McRae Logging Co I 

Joseph Co-operative Co 

Johnson Co., W. P._ _ _ 

Jorgensenjfe Co., E. C. (Dissolution) i 



Sept. 21, 
Jan. 26, 
May 11, 
Jan. 4, 
April 15, 
Nov. 29, 
Feb. 10, 
May 15, 
Aug. 15, 
June 23, 
Dec. 29, 
Mar. 21, 
May 15, 
Jan. 25, 
May 20, 
Jan. 0, 
June 18, 



1906 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1995 

ms 

1904 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1906 ; 

1906 . 



25.000 00 : \ 
40,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 , 
5,000 00 j 

""loioooooj 

120.000 00 I 
25,000 00 - 



100,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 

lo.ooo a> 

250,000 00 
1,000 00 



Nov. 22, 1904 ! 

July 15, 1905 ' 



April 5, 
Nuv. 18, 
April 6, 
Jan. 6, 
Jan. 6, 
June 10, 
Feb. 27, 
June 30. 
Oct. IK, 
Oct. 27, 
Feb. 25, 
Nov. 28, 
April 26, 
June X, 
Feb. 14, 
April 18, 
Nov. 16, 



1905 
1905 
1904 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1901 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
190-) 
1906 
1905 



25,000 00 
100,000 00 



1,000,000 00 I 

1,000,000 oo ! 
o'ooo'oo", 

250,000 00 
30,000 00 



Joe Creek Copper Mining Co 

John Day Valley Railroad Co 

John Day Coal Mining Co. (Dissolution) 

John Day Ditch Co. _ 

Jordan Flue Block Co 

Jordan Oulch Mining Co __ 

Johns Irrigation A Power Co., James. ._ 

Joseph Mercantile Co 

Jones A Sons Piano Co., Mark F 

Junction City Manufacturing Co. (Dissolution) 

June Land Co * 

Kan A Co., Andrew 

Kalama River Lumber Co. (Dissolution) __ 

Keenan Co., F. P ___ 

Kern A Co., A. E - 

Kelso Lumber Co. 

Kelsay Mining Co _ 

Kelleher A Skelley Lumber Co. (Supplementary) 

Kelleher A Skelley Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Kishwaukee Land Co 

Kiser Photo Co _ 

Kilham Stationery Co. (Supplementary) 



Jan. 19, 1905 
Oct. 1, 1904 
Oct. 28, 1905 
Dec. 12, 1905 
June 30, 1905 
Mar. 28, 1905 
Sept. 17, 1906 
Aug. 15, 1906 
Mar. 17, 1906 
July 80, 1906 
Mar. 24, 1906 
Feb. 15, 1906 
June 80, 1905 
Feb. 24,1906 
Aug. 19, 1905 
Oct. 16, 1905 
Jan. 10, 1905 
Sept. 1, 1906 
June 10, 1905 
Dec. 14, 1905 
Feb. 7, 1906 
April 14, 1905 
Aug. 8,1906 
July 2,1906 
Feb. 23,1905 
April 21, 1906 
June 11,1906 
Nov. 29, 1904 
Nov. 29, 1901 
Sept. 1, 1905 
May 22, 1906 
Jan. 19, 1905 



1.000 00 

2,500 00 i 

10,000 00 j 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 ' 

10,000 00 : 



5,000 oo ; 

5,000 00 



10,000 00 
120,000 00 I 

5,000 00 
250,000 00' 



150,000 00 
100,000 00 



3,000 00 
5,000 00 
250,000 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 
5,000 00 



5,000 00 
50,000 00 



10,000 00 
5,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 



50,000 00 
5,000 00 



35 51 
1ft.' 71 
17 10 

12 P 
500 

20 *> 
54 01 
37 51 

5 00 
60 21 
12rf> 
II 2» 

21 46 
5H05 
14 74 

500 

16 06 



5 00 
82 '# 
46 7S 

5 00 
185 27 
82 1J» 
117 4*i 

5 00 
25 54 
92 87 
3-5 .* 

17 « 
11 SI 
10 7t> 

20 (« 

24 Si 

21 70 
754 

18 74 
15 51 

500 

19 11 
100 04 

18 77 
65*3 
74* 

fi8« 
5 00 
13 4S 
18 0ft 
52 07 

22 07 
86 61 

10 57 
5 00 

18 *> 
81 41 

9 65 
5»W 
18 51 
17 tt 
00 55 

500 
64 33 
49 91 

11 10 
500 



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65 



STATEMENT XII- Qmtinued. 



Same a/ corporation. 



Klamath County Abstract Co. 

Klamath Commercial Agency 

Klamath County Bank (Increase).— 

Klamath Falls Land A Transportation Co.. 

Klamath Light & Power Co 

Klamath Lake Mill A Lumber Co _. 

Klamath Telephone A Telegraph Co 

Klamath Water Users' Assn 

Koos Bay Hotel Co. __ _ 

Kramer Gold Mining A Milling Co.— 

Ktifthlblkt Concession Co 

Kyle* Sons Co., Wm._ 

Lane- Berk with Co.. 



Dai* o/jUing. 



Capital ttock. 



Fret 

eotUcttd. 



Sept. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Aug 

Feb. 

May 

AprH 

Mar. 

July 

April 

May 

Jan. 



22,1906 
20, 1906 
5,1906 
18,1000 
28, 1905 

10, 1905 
6, 1905 
7,1905 

20,1906 

11. 1905 
11,1905 
22,1906 



Lasxelle Bros. Packing Co.— 

Laid law Banking A Trust Co _ 

Lake Creek A Coeur d'Alene Railroad Co 

La Center Transportation Co 

Im Center Transportation Co. (Dissolution) 

Lake County Loan A Having* Bank 

Laclede Consolidated Gold A Copper Mining Co, 

No. 2 (Dissolution)- _ 

Lane County Electric Co. (Dissolution) 

Lawrence Creamery Assn. (Dissolution) 

Laue-Davis Drug Co. (Increase) 

Lakevlew Land A Lumber Co 1 

La Grande Light A Power Co. (Dissolution) 

La Grande Mercantile Co. ( Dissolution) 

La Grande Water Storage Co. (Dissolution) i 

Lawton Investment Co. (Dissolution) 

Langlote Oil Co.- 

La PineTownsite Co _ __ 

lAngelt Valley Telephone Co. (Increase) — 

Langell Valley Telephone Co. (Increase) 

Lambert-Wtaltmer Co. _ 

LemckeCo., H. W — 

Lee's Creek Gold Mines 

Lewis A Clark Centennial A American Pacific 

Exposition A Oriental Fair (Dissolution) 

Lewis A Clark Laundry Co. ._ _ 

Lewis A Clark Observatory Co. _ 

Lexington Creamery Co 

Lee Co., J. C _ _. 

Lee Co., J. C. (Supplementary) 

Lee Co., J. C. (Increase) — 

Lee Co.. J. C. (Increase) _. 

Lee Co., J. C. (Increase) 

Lee Co.. J. C. (Supplementary) 

Lexington Investment Co. 

Lee Investment Co _ 

Lewis ton Land and Water Co., Ltd 

Lewlston Land and Water Co., Ltd. (Increase). 

Leland Mining Co 

Lesser Manufacturing Co _ 

lesser Ma n ufac tu rl ng Co. ( [ nc rease) 

Lewlston Sweetwater Irrigation Co., Ltd.— 

Lewiston Sweetwater Irrigation Co., Ltd. (Sup- 

plementAry>. _— — 

Lebanon Social Club 

Lexington Water and Improvement Co 

Liberty Coal and Ice Co 

Lincoln County Right of Way Co 

Llndenberger, Inc., J. (Increase) 

Llllard Irrigation Co __ 

Lincoln Investment Co . 

Lindsay-Johns Co. 

Lindsay Mercantile Co 

Little tfestncca Toll Road Co. (Dissolution) .... 

Unkvllle Saddlery Co 

Lloyd Lumber Co. _ 

Los Angeles Railroad Construction Co 

Los Angeles Railroad Construction Co. (Disso- 
lution) 



May 7, 1906 
June 9, 1905 
May IS 1905 
July 26, 1906 
Nov. 25, 1904 
June -SO, 1906 
Jan. 16, 1905 

Nov. 80, 1904 
Feb. x, 1906 
June 6, 1905 
Aug. 28, 1906 
April 8, 1906 
Dec. 7, 1905 
Jan. 23, 1905 
Jan. 2, 1906 
Dec. 15, 1905 
May 9, 1906 
June 11, 1906 
April 10, 1905 
Oct. 13, 1905 
July 14, 1906 
Sept. 2-2, 1906 
Mar. 17, 1906 

Aug. 7,1906 
A prll 24, 1905 
Nov. 25, 1904 
June 28, 1906 
Sept. 18, 1905 
June 8, 1906 
Dec. 9, 1905 
June 8, 1906 
Sept. 8, 1906 
Sept. 8, 1906 
April 26, 1905 
April 12, 1905 
Sept. lft, 1905 
Jan. 30,1906 
Mar. 28, 1905 
Oct. 16. 1905 
May 19, 1906 
Sept. 15, 1905 

May 15, 1906 
July 14, 1905 
Jan. 20, 1906 
Feb. 12, 1906 
Mar. 12, 1906 
April 6, 1905 
May 10. 1906 
Aug. 29, 1906 
Feb. 3, 1906 
Aug. 14, 1905 
June 26, 1905 
Dec. 'la, 1905 
Feb. 18, 1906 
Feb. 12, 1906 

July 17,1906 



$ 10,000 00 * 
50,000 00 



200,000 00 

4,000 00 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 

15,000 00 

40,000 00 

5,000 00 
24,000 00 
25,000 00 
100,000 00 

6,000 00 

*"""20 t OOO"o6 



10,000 00 



150,000 00 
50,000 00 



5,000 00 
50,(00 00 
500,000 00 



2,200 00 
9,000 00 
5,000 00 
25,000 00 



10,000 00 

10,000 00 

200,000 00 



30,000 00 
5,000 00 

"iso*6oo"oo" 



1.00000 
5,00000 

2,500 00 
5,000 00 



5,000 00 
100,000.00 
50,000 00 
20,000 00 



2,500 00 

25,000 00 

8,000,000 00 



26 50 
38 47 
87 0l> 

)05 M> 
18 51 

17 1* 
24 7.5 

145 61 
58 44 
46 10 
22 80 
38 15. 

II 51 

21 20> 

22 58. 
81 5* 

15 98. 
5 0> 

29 10> 

40 92 

5 0O 
500) 

27 8* 

18 66 

11 57 

16 84 

12 04 
18 80 
55 It* 

26 65 

12 25 

17 16 
19(55 

48 18 
62 91 

15 41 
11 87 

23 96 

10 09 
35 95 

500 

31 18. 

49 41 
49 8$ 

50O 

17 72 

18 29 
100 43 

55 82 

32 81 

17 07 
40 80 

100 43 

5 00 

19 62 

14 44 

13 81 

18 14 
46 76 

11 43 
76 92 
37 17 
37 50 

5 00 

15 48 

27 57 
176 16 

14 81 



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66 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT Xll-Omttnraf. 



JToflM •/ torpo rat tc n . 



Dt« •/JW»f. 



Cmpttmlml0ct. 



Ix>ng (nothing Co . Ltd 

Long Clothing Co., Lid. (Supplementary) 

Long Clothing Co., Ltd. (Increase) 

.London's Clothing Co 

London's Clothing Co. (Supplementary) 

London's Clot bin * Co. (Increase) 

Logan Cheese Manufacturing Co. 1 Dissolution j. 

Lonine Creamery Co. (Dissolution) 

Long Creek and Rltter Telephone Co. (Increase). 

ijockbart A Ford 

Luck ia mute Flouring Mills. (Dissolution) 

Lucky Mining Co 

Lynn Canal Packing Co 

Lynn Canal Packing Co. (Dissolution) 

Lystul-Stu viand Lumber Co.— 



Mar. 3, 
Feb. 19, 
Feb. 19, 
Sept. 15, 
July 6, 
July 6, 
June 29, 
June 30, 
Aug. 27, 
Jan. 5, 
May 20, 
Oct. 19, 
April 4, 
Sept. 6, 
Sept. 25, 



1905 9 
1906 

1906 

1905; 

1905 

1908 . 

1906 : 

19to 

1906 [_. 
1906 ! 

1905 

1905 ' 

1905 ! 

1906 : 

1906 



10,000 00 
' 2^666*00 



M-H Terminal and Investment Co I 

Mason A Ackley Co \ 

Mason A Ackley Co. (Supplementary) _ 

Marlon Building Association , 

Masonic Building Association of Portland. (In- ; 

erea«*e) n - j 

Masonic Building Association of Los tine, Ore 

Martin Creek Mining Co..- 

Mashburn ACo. 

Manhattan Catering Co __ 1 

Marks Drug Co. (Dissolution).. 

MaHon, Ehrman A Co 

Madras A Kastern Railway Co ' 

Malheur Forwarding Co.__ __ 

Mattoon Gold Mining Co 

Manhattan Gold Mining Co 1 

Marine Iron Works (Increase) _J 

Maple Leaf Creamery Atom — 1 

Mackintosh Livestock Co ' 

Malheur Mercantile Co 

Mathews Motor Co , John S._ 

Madras Milling A Mercantile Co 

Matavacas Mines Co 

Madrone Mining Co. 

Martha Mining Co _ 

Manhattan Packing Co. 

Malheur Publishing Co _. 

May Q,ueen Gold Mines Co. (Dissolution) 

Manhattan Real Estate Co. (Decrease) 

Madras Townslte Co 

Malheur Valley Railway Co.__ 

Mc Adams-Lisle Hardware Co 

McBean Mineral Water Co 

McKlnnon A Smith, Ine 

MeKlnnon A Smith, Inc. (Dissolution) 

McClelland Investment A Development Co 

MeCmry Ditch Co... 

McMillan Grain Co 

Mt'Kwen A Koskey, Inc 

Mcintosh A McNalrCo. (Supplementary) 

Mc Watty Mercantile Co 

Medford Athletic Club (Dissolution) _. 

Medford Bank (Dissolution) ._ 

Medford Coal A Mining Co -_ 

Metla Co-operative Creamery Co., Ltd. __- 

Medford A Crater Lake Railroad Co 

Medford Dray A Transfer Co.— 

Meadows Irrigation Service Co. 

Metlakahtla Industrial Co. (Dissolution) 

Merchants Investment A Trust (Jo. (Supple- 
mentary) — 

Meridian Investment A Trust Co. (Decrease)™ 

Merlin Mercantile Co. 

Meadows Stock Dipping Assn 

Merrill Telephone A Telegraph Co 

Mercantile Trust A Investment Co. (Decrease). 



Mar. 14, 1906 ! 
May 4, 1905 i 
Nov. 10, 1905 i 
May 26, 1906 



Mar. 26, 
July 17, 
July 19, 
June 27, 
May 27, 
June 5, 
Dec. 21, 
Aug. 18, 
Julv 16, 
April 21, 
Mar. 14, 
Sept. 28, 
Feb. 8, 
Oct 5, 
Mar. 28, 
Mar. 22, 
Dec. 6, 
July 20, 
Jan. 5, 
Dec. 8, 
Sept. 10, 
June 16, 
Oct. II, 
June 30. 
Dec. 19, 
Jan. 26, 
Feb. 26, 
Nov. 22, 
Aug. 21, 
July 6, 
July 2, 
May 8, 
June 29, 
April 28, 
July 22, 
Jan. 22, 
June 25, 
June 28, 
July 11, 
Dec. 29, 
Dec. S9, 
Jan. 12, 
Sept. 12, 
April 25, 



July 21, 1W6 
May 10, 190-1 
Sept. 22, 1905 
Jan. 28. 1905 
April 14, 1906 
Mar. 19, 1906 



190 J 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1005 

1906 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1104 

1906 

1906 

1904 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1904 

1906 

1906 

1905 , 

1905 ! 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1900 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1901 

1906 

1905 

1905 



25,000 00 

Too'ooooo 

50,000 00 

"~4b~bo6~oo 

100,000 00 
4,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,600 00 

500,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,500 00 

~"4o£6»foo 

10,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 0(1 

1,000,000 00 

2~5ttT6o 

18,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 

50, OO'O 

100,000 00 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 

15,000 00 

2,500 00 



5,000 00 
100,000 00 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 



50,000 00 
8,500 00 
8,000 00 
5,000 00 



3,000 00 



8-30,000 00 

1,500 00 

500,000 00 

2,500 00 

25,000 00 



5,000 00 
1,000 00 
5,000 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



•67 



STATEMENT XlI-OwKinued. 



Name •/ corporation. 



DaU o/JUin§ 



Merchants Wholesale Co 

Mllwankle Bund _~ .*. 

Michel bach Co., John 

Mid-Columbia Transportation Co. — 

Milton Co-operative Creamery Co. (Dissolution). 

Mill Ditch Co.- 

Michigan Gold Mining Co 

Midway Improvement Assn. *. 

Mid-Oregon Railroad Co _ 

Mid-Oregon A Eastern Railway Co 

Mil ion Rural Telephone Co. 

MidnigbtSun Co _ , 

Midway Telephone A Telegraph Co. (Increase)-. 

Mil ion Warehouse Co 

Miwessohn Advertising Agency 

Moses Brothers (Dissolution; 

Morgan Co. - 

Morrow County Land A Trust Co. (Supple- 
mentary) __ _ 

Morrow County Land A Trust Co. (Increase; 

Mortgage Guarantee A Trust Co 

Monarch Gold Mining A Dredging Co. (De- 
crease) 

Molson Hop Farm Co. of Rickreall, Oregon 

Moore Investment Co. 

Morris Mining A Milling Co 

Morgan Mercantile Agency 

Morgan Mercantile Co 

Mosgrove Mercantile Co. 

Modern stone A Supply Co 

Moffett Stationery Co 

Moffett Stationery (Jo. (Dissolution) _ 

Modern Telescope Co. (Dissolution) 

Mt. Angel Market Assn. (Dissolution) 

Mt. Hood Teut No. 17, K. 0. T M 

Mt. Hood Telephone Co 

Ml Hood Electric Ry. Co 

ML Hood Brewing Co. (Increase) 

ML Hood Soap & Soda Co _ 

Ml Hood Hoap A Soda Co. (Supplementary)— 

ML Hood Water Co 

Mountain Home Orchard Co — _. 

Ml Pitt Hydraulic A Quartz Mining Co. (In- 
crease) 

Mountain Sheep Ditch Co._ 

ML Tabor Assn _. 

Mt. Tabor Assn. (Dissolution). 

Mutual Canning Co.__ 

Multnomah Concrete Co.._ 

Multnomah Camp Hall Assn. (Dissolution) 

Multnomah A Clackamas County Mutual Tele- 
phone Co - 

Muck Clothing Co _._ _. 

Muck-Dunning Hardware Co. (Supplementary) 

Multnomah Electric Co _ _ 

Multnomah Lumber A Box Co — 

Multnomah Mechanical Manufacturing Co.. _ 

Multnomah Publishing Co 

Multnomah Trunk Co. (Dissolution) 

Multnomah Trunk A Bag Co 

Municipal Water A Light Co. of Roseburg 

Myers A Co., Inc., A. W._ _.__ 

Myrtle Creek Prune Assn. (Dissolution) 

Myrtle Lumber Co - 



May 21,1906 
May .11,1000. 
Jan. 31, 1906 
Mar. 17, I90t< 
May 81, 1905 .. 
Dec. 21, 190i 
April 17, 1906 ' 
Sept. is, 1905 
Feb. 23, 1900 
July 18, 1906 
Mar. 22, 1906 
April IN, 1905 
June 19, 1905 . 
Mar. 23, 1905 
Dec. 8, 1904 
Sept. 1,1900 .. 
June 23, 1905 

Mar. 25, 1905 ;. 
Mar. 25, 19t>5 . 
Dec. 12, 1905 

Nov. 30, 1904 ,. 
May 10, 1906 
July 7, I9»5 : 
Dec. 24, 1904 ' 
Nov. 25, 1904 
SepL 28, 1906 
Mar. 3, 1900 
Sept. 18, 1905 
May 24,1905 
June 29,1906 . 
July 8,1905 _ 
Aug. 4, 1905 . 
April 10, 1906 
Feb. 15, 1906 
May 18, 1906 
May 25, 1906 .. 
Aprll27, 1905 
Dec. 28, 1905 . 
Feb. 8, 1905 , 
April 26, 1906 . 

May 20,1905,. 
Mar. 16, 1905 , 
Jan. 8, 1905 
Aug. 17, 1905 . 
Feb. 5, 1906 | 
3, 1906 | 
7, 1900 ._ 



Mar. 
July 



Mar. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

Mar. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Mar. 

June 

Nov. 

Sept. 

July 

Oct. 

Dec. 



Capital 9toek. 



$ 25,000 00 
2,000 00 
15,000 00 
20,000 00 



19,1906 
2,1905 

19, 1901 L 

27, 1905 I 

3, 1905 ! 

28, 1905 | 
24, 1900 
30, 1906 . 

4, 1905 , 
15, 1906 
12, 1906 
15, 1904 ... 

20, 1905 



eolltcUd. 



47,500 00 

20,000 0' 

1,000 00 

500,000 00 

18,000,000 00 

6,000 00 

42,000 00 ' 

2~6o6~66'i 

5,000 00 | 

ib~6oo~66": 



100,000 00 , 



50,000 00 , 
120*000 00, 
100,000 00 
25.000 00 i 
1,000 00 I 
20,000 00 i 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 . 



National Copper Mines Co 

National Finance, Mining A Development Co. 

(Supplementary) _ _ Nov. 17,1904 

National Finance, Mining <k Development Co. ' 

(Decrease) _ _.._" Nov. 17,1904 

National Iron A Foundry Co.- __ April 25, 1906 

Natioual Investment Co ■ Dec. 12, 1905 



5,000 00 
3,000 00 , 
5,000 00 

"5,oo6~6o"| 



2,00000: 
10,000 00 



5,000 00 1 
3,000 00 I 



10,000 00 
10,000 00 



5,000 00 
10,000 00 



3,000 00 
90,000 00 
100,000 00 

5,000 00 



30,000 00 
5,000 00 
20,000 00 



50,000 00 ■ 



May 6, 1905 1,000,000 00 



J 



10,000 00 , 
25,000 00 ' 



22 25 

10 86 

28 28 
25 81 

500 
40 78 
24 U 
17 84 
95 07 
290 69 
12 77 
31 08 
2S99 
12 74 

15 02 
8 35 

)5»3 

5 00 

19 03 
62 54 

500 

29 28 
113 85 

60 89 
81 95 
17 02 

20 58 
35 68 

16 57 
500 

5 22 

6 95 

12 09 

13 73 

11 21 
28 01 

11 78 
500 

13 92 

17 72 

46 15 

12 93 

14 91 

6 81 

21 00 
19 94 

528 

12 85 
19 98 

5 00 
12 63 
07 88 
50 10 
12 72 

5 00 
44 Go 
17 92 

39 40 

7 93 

40 87 

94 17 

5 00 

5 00 
17 70 
31 02 



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68" 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XII- Continued. 



Same ©/ corporation. 



National Lumber Co * 

National Rope Computing Machine Co 

New berg Building Co. (Supplementary) 

New Commercial Co 

Netarts Creamery Assu 

Nell Creek Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

New Kra Paint & VarnUh Co 

Neis Hop Co.. Kola 

New Klrkland Placer Mining Co 

Newport Navigation Co 

News Publishing Co 

Nehalem Packing Co. (Dissolution) 

Nelson-Wilcox Lumber Co 

New York Animal Show Co __. 

New York Financing Syndicate — 

Nlcolal Brother Co. (Supplementary) 

Nott-Davls Co , 

Nob Hill Cafe Co 

Nordby Lumber Co, 

Novelty Manufacturing Co. 

Noslo Mining Co 

Northwest A Alaska Indian Exhibit Co. 

North Bend Mercantile A Improvement Co. 

(Dissolution) 

Northwest Construction Co. ( Dissolution) 

Northern Conservatory of Music A School of 

Flue Arts 

Northwest Civic Improvement Co „. 

-Northwest Development Co . 

Northwestern Exploration Co _. 

Northwest Electric Engineering Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Northwestern Guarantee A Trust Co._ 

Northwest Lo* A Lumber Co 

Northwestern Land A Water Co _ 

Northwestern Light Co. (Dissolution) 

Northwestern Meat Co. (Dissolution). 

Northwest Oil A Paint Co. (Dissolution) 

Northwestern Publishing Co._ 

Northwestern Publishing Co. (Dissolution) 

North Powder Milling <fe Mercantile Co _. 

North Powder Co-operative Mercantile Co 

North Powder Co-operative Mercantile Co. (De- 
crease) 

North Pacific Investment Co 

North Powder Irrigating Ditch Co. (Dissolution) 

Northwestern Railroad Co 

Northwestern Railroad Co. (Supplementary).. 

Northwestern Tile & Brick Co.. , 

North Tailors A Gents' Furnishers I 

North Yamhill Water Co 

Nyssa Mercantile Co., Ltd. 

(). K. Barber Shop 

Oaks Amusement Co. 

Oaks Tavern Co 

Ochoco A Rye Grass Irrigation Co _ 

Odd Fellows Building Association of Roseburg, 

Oregon. (Dissolution) 

Odell Improvement Co _ 

Official Photographic Co..._ _ _ 

Oklahoma A Oregon Townsite Co .—■__. 

Oklahoma A Oregon Townsite Co. (Dissolution) 

Old Boise Bar Mining Co _ _. 

Oldenburg Fruit Association 

Olsen Lumber A Shingle Co. (Increase) 

Olsen Lumber A Shingle Co. (Supplementary) _ 

Oliver Nut Lock & Manufacturing Co 

Omar Mining Co 

Ontario Creamery Co 

Ontario Electric Light Co ' 

Ontario Gas, OH A Power Co.. | 



Date o/JHtng. 



Feb. 25, 
Aug. 10, 
Mar. 7, 
Sept. 27, 
May 13, 
Juue 27, 
April 27, 
June 21, 
Aug. 1, 
Dec. 29, 
April 7, 
June 20, 
Oct. 18, 
Feb. 7, 
Feb. 27, 
Aug. 28, 
Sept 28, 
sept. 20, 
Feb. 20, 
Dec. 4, 
Feb. 5, 
June 5, 



1905 
1906 
1905 
1900 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1904 
1905 
1905 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 




25,000 00 * 
25,000 00 



5,000 00 
500 00 



20.000 00 
10,000 00 ! 
500,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000 00 , 



10,000 00 

•20,000 00 

150,000 00 ! 



50,000 00 
700 00 
50,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
10,000 00 



June 80,1905 
May 0, 1905 

Dec. 23,1904 

July 6,1905 

Aug. 14, 1906 

Jan. 5, 1900 



Aug. 

May 

Mar. 

Jan. 

May 

Nov. 

June 

May 

Oct. 

July 

Mar. 

Mar. 

May 

June 

May 

Aug. 

June 

Feb. 

Nov. 

June 




7,1906 
1,1906 
5,1906 
12, 1906 
2% 1906 
1, 1905 v 
15, 1906 
22, 1905 
7,1905 
10, 1905 
17,1905 

8.1906 
23,1905 

14, 1905 

12, 1900 

13, 1900 

1, 1906 
1,1906 

2, 1905 

15, 1906 



5,000 00 
100,000 00 
1, 000,000 00 ! 



100,000 00 
10,000 00 * 
10,000 00 : 



Nov. 9,1905 
April 16, 1906 
June 26, 1905 
Sept. 8, 1906 



June 

Jan. 

May 

Jan. 

June 

May 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

July 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Oct. 



14,1906 
12,1905 
5, 1905 
5,1905 

23, 1905 
8,1905 

21, 1906 
8,1001 
25, 1905 
24,1905 

30, 1904 

24, 1906 

31, 1905 
19,1905 



35,000 00 . 

T5^00(f66~ , 
30,000 00 



10,000 00 , 

T,oto#»~66"j x 



15,000 00 
7,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

5,000 00 

50,000 00 

8,000 00 

3,500 00 



3,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 



25,000 00 
38,000 00 



50,000 00 
50,000 00 
8,501)00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 



26 91 
37 *S 
oOfr 
17 .? 

11 3* 
5 00 

24 5* 
15 41 

151 51 
15 05 

12 JM 
5 00 

25 52 
27W 
0* 7* 

500 

47 69 

17 79 
&5T7 

15 7* 
79 00 

16 0ft 

5 00 

5 00 

22*1 

19 NT 

78 98 

135 61 

8 12 
43 85 
19 85 

21 99 
500 

10 09 
500 

22 19 
10 42 

39 51 

33 72 

500 
16 «1 

5 00 
92 11 

5 00 
21 65 

21 17 

24 91 

15 6ft 

16 42 
31 & 
15 20 

18 11 

5 00 
14 66 

23 13 
29 70 

5 00 

22 96 

48 26 

34 52 
500 

53 II 

40 01 

13 51 

25 04 
83 98 



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Report of Secretary op State. 



G» 



STATEMENT XII- Continued. 



Same of corporation. 



Ontario Immigration Co.. 



DmU of filing. 



Capitol Hock. 



I 



Ontario Savings A Building Co. > 

•Ontario Snake River Irrigation Co. 

Only WeederCo ; 

Ophlr Mines of Oregon 

Opp Mining Co 

Open River Transportation Co 

Oriental Exhibit A Concession Co. . 

Oro Flno Mining Co ; 

Orecoio Gold Mining Co. 

Oriental Mfg. Co. | 

Oregon Artificial Limb Manufacturing and 

Supply Co. ■ 

Oregon Annex Co. . r 

Oregon Amusement Co _ >- 

Oregon Auto Despatch. (Increase) 

Oregon Auto Despatch. (Increase) 

Oregon Brass Works 

Oregon Box and Manufacturing Co 

Oregon Box and Manufacturing Co. (Increase). 

Oregon Barns Cottage Association 

Oregon Booster Publishing Co 

Oregon and British Columbia Mining and De- 
velopment Co., Lid 

Oregon College of Optometry 

Oregon Cheese Co 

Oregon Copper Co. 

Oregon Cafe Co— 

Oregon Coast A Eastern Railroad Co 

Oregon and California Development Co 

Oregon and California Stage Co 

Oregon and California Land Co _. 

Oregon City and Farmers Independent Tele- 
phone Co. 

Oregon City Planing Mill Co. (Increase) 

Oregon City Planing Mill Co. (Increase) 

Oregon City Planing Mill Co. (Increase) 

Oregon City Planing Mill Co. (Supplementary)- 

Oregon City Trust Co 

Oregon Co-operattve Home Association 

Oregon Coal and OifCo. 

Oregon Development Co. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Eastern Railway Co 

Oregon Eastern Railway Co. (Decrease) 

Oregon Express Co. 

Oregon Electric Railway Co... 

Oregon Fir Lumber Co. 

Oregon Ftr Lumber Uo. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Importing Co.__^ 

Oregon Investment and Trust Co 

Oregon Investment Co. (Dissolution) 

Oregon-Kansas Lumber Co 

Oregon Lumber. Wood and Light Co. (Dissolu- 
tion) 

Oregon Lumber Yard. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Lumber Yard 

Oregon Logging and Timber Co 

Oregon Manufacturing Co.. 

Oregon Mercantile Co. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Machine Graining Co _ 

Oregon Mineral Bureau. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Northern Railway Co 

Oregon-Nevada Mining Co.. _ 

Oregon and Occidental Cattle Co. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Planing Mills of Oregon 

Oregon and Pnlladelphia Securities Co. (Disso- 
lution) 

Oregon Railroad <fe Navigation Co. (Supple- 
mentary) 

Oregon Realty and Trust Co _ _. 

Oregon Realty and Investment Co 

Oregon Red Apple Co 



Feb. 3, 1906 
Nov. 24, 1905 
April 14, 1905 
Sept. 29, 1905 ' 
Nov. 27, 1905 
Dec. 14, 1904 
April 22,1905 
Mar. 20, 1905 
April 24, 1905 ' 
Jan. 26,1906 
July 14, 1906 : 

Sept. 24, 1906 
Feb. 17, 190b 
April 21, 1905 
Mar. 14, 1905 
Mar. 81, 1906 I 
Aug. 28, 1906 
Oct. 3, 1905 
July 18,1906 
Mar. 24, 1905 
Oct. 26, 1904 , 



Fete 

coU»ct«d. 



Jan. 6, 
July 23, 
April 27, 
Aug. 10, 
Nov. 27, 
April 10, 
Feb. 24, 
Dec. 7, 
Oct. 17, 



1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 I 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1904' 



Jan. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

Feb. 

Jan. 

June 

Aug. 

Mar. 

Dec. 

May 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

May 

Oct. 

Mar. 

June 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

June 

Au . 

May 



9, 1908 ; 

11, 1904 , 
5,1906 ' 
3, 1906 , 
16,1906 
10, 1905 ; 

24, 1905 

26,1906 
9,1905 

21, 1H05 
1,1906 

15, 1905 

15, 1906 ! 

10, 1905 

15, 1905 I 

25, 1906 

17, 1905 
1, 1904 

29,1906 , 

8,1905 

18, 1905 
13, 1905 
28, 1906 

5, 1905 
25, 1905 
30, 1905 
18, 1905 ' 

5, 1906 . 

16, 1905 I 

17, 1905 
27, 1905 



Aug. 24, 1905 | 

Dec. 9, 1905 ! 
May 2, 1906 J 
Feb. 23, 1906 ' 
Dec. 13, 1905 



10,000 00 I I 
100.000 00 ' 
25,000 00 
80,000 00 
M0,000 00 
100,000 00 
100,000 00 
10,000 00 ' 
60,000 00 
1,000,000 00 : 
40,000 oo ; 

2,500 00, 
50,000 00 

10,000 oo ! 



80,000 00 
9,001)00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 

160,000 00 , 

500 00 ! 

\000 00 ' 

1,500,000 00 ' 

15,000 00 

10,000,000 00 

25,000 00 I 

5,000 00 1 

5,000 00 ! 

6,000 00 I 



10,000 00 
5,000 00 
25,000 00 



1,000,000 00 

5~,o66~66~ 

2,500,000 00 
100,000 00 

25,o6o"o6" 

10,000 00 
25~666~6o 



25,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,000 00 

ib~oo6~66~ 
"~25.o66~66 

250,000 00 
"~75~006~66~, 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
13,600 00 ■ 



21 09 
65 00 
24 28 
72 67 
119 18 
62 26 
41 .59 
19 24 
44 *2 
79 28 



17 68 
86 02 
17 92 
25 98 

25 04 
50 24 

26 14 
39 07 

12 72 

16 80 

49 88 
19 40 

11 78 
98 91 
31 84 

144 92 

27 02 

15 65 

17 05 

14 74 

16 36 
29 70 

38 20 
500 

29 S3 

13 51 

28 55 
122 81 
18V 54 

600 

15 41 
125 74 

79 »2 
500 
35 29 

16 85 

12 61 
25 15 

500 

500 

2K03 

IK) 18 

18 20 
5 00 

25 03 

12 72 

29 70 
•17 87 

14 20 

39 79 

8 01 

5 00 
11 65 

13 51 

30 96 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XIl-Qcmtinued. 



If mm* of corporation . 



I Dot* of filing. 



Oregon Suburban Auto Co. 

Oregon Susltina Mining Co 

Oregon Securities Co. ,. 

Oregon Sienna Paint Co 

Oregon Spray and Gas Co 

Oregon Savings Bank. (Supplementary) 

Oregon Swedish Colonization Society 

Oregon A Southeastern Railroad Co 

Oregon Timber, Mining and Investment Co. 

Oregon Theatre Co 

Oregon Traction Co. (Dissolution) 

Oregon Western Railway Co._ 

Oregon Western Railway Co. (Decrease) 

Oregon and Washington Sewer Pipe Co 

Oregon and Washington Lumber Manufactu- 
rers' Association „ 

Oregon and Washington Lumber Co. (Increase).! 

Oregon A Washington Railroad Co i 

Oregon A Washington Realty Co i 

Oregon Wood Distilling Co ! 

Oregon, Washington A Idaho Finance Co 

Oswald Furniture Manufacturing Co 

Ottenheimer Realty A Investment Co 

Ontlet Clothing Co. (Supplementary) 

Owl Creek Mining A Development Co 

Owl Creek Mining A Development Co. (Disso- 
lution) 

Oregon Life Insurance Co 



June 10, 
Dec. 30, 
Feb. 28, 
May 25. 
Aug. 81, 
Dec. 14, 
Feb. 19, 
Mar. 1, 
Feb. 28, 
Feb. 2, 
Feb. 10, 
Aug. 21, 
Mar. 1, 
Aug. 22, 

July 27, 
Mar. 28, 
May 12, 
June 28, 
Aug. 31, 
June 12, 
April 19, 
April 9, 
Sept. 15, 
Oct. 29, 



1905 
1905 
190) 
1905 
1900 
1905 
1900 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1900 
1905 
1900 
1905 

1906 
1905 
1900 
1900 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1904 



Panther Creek Mining Co i 

Pasteurized Dairy Co 

Patterson Lumber Co._J 

Page Mining Co 

Parr-Simons Co.. 



Pacific Appraisal Co 

Pacific Blank Book Co. (Supplementary) 

Pacific Coast Securities Co 

Pacific Coast Hardwood Manufacturing Co 

Pacific Coast Metals Co 

Pacific Coast Door Co 

Pacific Coast Abstract, Guaranty A Trust Co. 

(Supplementary) __ 

Pacific Coast Abstract, Guaranty A Trust Co. 

(Decrease).. 

Pacific Coast Coal Co 

Pacific Coast Cyanide Mining Co 

Pacific Coast Land A Timber Co 

Pacific ('oast Trunk A Bag Co 

Pacific Dry Dock Co 

Pacific Export Lumber Co. (Supplementary). 

Pacific Front A Ornamental Brick Co 

Pacific Laundry Co. (Increase) _ _. 

Pacific Lumber Co. (Dissolution).. ___. 

Pacific Miner Publishing Co 

Pacific Mining, Milling A Smelting Co 

Pacific Mining, Milling A Smelting Co. (De- 
crease) 

Pacific Mercantile Agency 

Pacific A Oregon Eastern Ry. Co 

Pacific Railway Amusement Co. (Dissolution) 

Pacific Reduction Co ___ 

Pacific Railway A Navigation Co.__ 

Pacific Railway A Navigation Co. (Decrease) — 

Pacific Soap A Chemical Co 

Pacific States Co-operative Realty Co 

Pacific States Telephone A Telegraph Co. (In- 
crease) 

Pacific Seed Co _ 

Pendleton Abstract Co _ 

People's Bank 

Peninsula Bank.. _ _ _ 

Pence Co _ 



June 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

July 

Nov. 

Mar. 

May 

June 

June 

Mar. 

Aug. 

Jan. 

June 

Oct. 

June 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

July 



80,1906 
14,1905 
16,1905 
10, 1904 

27, 1905 
20,1905 

28, 1906 
18, 1906 
28, 190(5 
HO, 1905 

18, 1905 
9, 1905 

10, 1906 
9, 1906 
10, 190) 
30, 1906 
28, 1906 
13, 1905 
9, 1906 
24, 1905 

19, 1905 



Mar. 17, 1905 
Oct. 4, 1904 
Jan. 31, 1906 
April 28, 1905 
May 13, 1905 
Nov. 10, 1905 



Capital ttodt. 


Fttt 

coUecttd. 


$ 5,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

200,000 00 

25,000 00 


$ 10 57 

60 07 
167 » 
52 » 
36 66 
5 00 


25,000 00 

1,000.000 00 

50,000 00 

4,000 00 


27 25 

116 7N 
35 11 

14 a> 

5 00 


1,000,000 00 


182 64 
5 00 


1,000 00 
500 00 


18 5$ 

19 29 
25 21 


1,000,000 65 

5,000 00 

90,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

200,000 00 


92 11 
10rt> 
49 99 
15 7$ 
ls» 
60 W 
5 00 


250,000 00 

i66~66T6o 

100,000 00 
1,100 00 
26,000 00 
2,000,000 00 
5O,Oi4)0O 
10,000 00 

2o£bo6"66" 

30,000 00 

600,000 00 

- 75,000 U0 


91 9» 
5 00 

a>oo 

41 Si 
15 13 
24 9$ 

257 81 
53 85 
27 '» 
500 
52 bfr 
26 32 

196 24 
85 96 

5 0» 

5 00* 


25,000 00 
100,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 


87 7» 
41 22 
17 Jb 
19 29- 
16 11 
5 09 


100,000 66 


41 ttt 

20 17 




5 00 


5,000 00 
5,000,000 00 


12 J* 
108 % 

5 00 


2,000 00 
7,500,000 00 

16o,6bo~66 

2,000,000 00 


10 61 
241 66 
5 00 
51 <> 
215 M 
5 00 


i7>,666 66 

5,000 00 


25 28 
19 5L 

158 07 


ib~666 66 

3.000 00 
25,000 00 
25,0110 00 
800,000 00 


26 10 
14 14 
23 51 
22 69 
123 84 



June 20,1908 
Feb. 24,1906 

Oct. 25,1905 
Dec. 26,1905 
April 2, 1906 
July 16,1906 
July 14, 1906 
Sept. 5,1905 
July 13, 1905 
May 22,1906 
June 15, 1906 
July 12, 1905 
June 24, 1905 



June 80, 1906 



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71 



STATEMENT XII- Continued. 



DaU o/JUing. 



Pendleton Iron Works 

Peterson Logging Co 

Peoples' Market Assn 

Peoples 1 Market A Grocery Co 

Pendleton Meat Co 

Pennsylvania Mining Co. 

Penn Mining Co 

Pearson-Page Co. (Increase) 

Peerless Pure Food Co. (Decrease)—. 

Pendleton Railroad A Coal Co 

Peoples Store _. 

Pendleton Southern Railway Co 

Pendleton Tribune Co.. 

Pendleton Tribune Publishing Co.— 

Pendleton Wholesale Liquor Co 

Peoples' Warehouse.. 

Phelps Co.. Geo. W. 



Phoenix Iron Works (Supplementary). 

Phoenix Iron Works (Increase) 

Phelps Mercantile Co 

Phillips Shoe Co 

Phillips Shoe Co. (Increase) 

Phoenix Stone Co 

Pioneer Automobile Co. 

Pittsburg Eureka Mining Co. 



Pierce Gold Mining Co. (Dissolution).. 

Pilot Knob Gold Mining A Milling Co. (Increase) 

Plttock A Leadbetter Co . .. 

Pioneer Oil Co. (Dissolution) 

Pine Valley Cattle A Horse Growers Assn... 

Pioneer Wood A Manufacturing Co... 

Plummer Drug Co * 

Plateau Farm Co. (Increase) 

Pleasant Hill Creamery Assn. (Dissolution) 

Plumbers Protective Assn 

Plalndealer Publishing Co. (Dissolution) 

Polk County Lumber Co 

Polk County Mill A Lumber Co , 

Pon Kenyon Packing Co 

Point View Land Co. (Dissolution) 

Powder Valley Power Co. 



Powder Valley Power Co. (Dissolution) 

Portland Alaaka Marble Co 

Portland-Arizona Mining Co 

Portland Athletic Co 

Portland Applegate Prospecting A Mining Co.— 

Portland Basket A Handle Co 

Portland Brewing Co 

Portland Car Annunelator Co 

Portland Commercial Club Building Assn. 

Portland Collapsible Box Co 

Portland Consolidated Ry. Co 

Portland Cheese Co. (Increase) 

Portland Concession Co. 

Portland Concession Co. (Dissolution) 

Portland Development Co. ._ 

Portland Development (V». (Increase) _ 

Portland Dredging Co. (Dissolution) 

Portland Fish Co 

Portland Fuel Co _ 

Portland Gas Co. (Increase 

Portland General Electric Co. (Supplementary) 

Portland Heights Improvement Co 

Portland Hardwood Floor Co... _ 

Portland Hardware Co 

Portland Ice works (Dissolution) 

Portland Liquor CVi _ 

Portland Marble Works 

Portland Messenger A Delivery Co 

Portland Oregon Seacoast Ry Co 

Portland Packing Co. (Dissolution) 

Portland Paint A Paper Co 



April 11, 
Mar. 29, 
Jan. 11, 
Feb. 27, 
April 27, 
Feb. 24, 
Dec. 15, 
April 8, 
June SO, 
Feb. 15, 
May 17, 
Dec. 14, 
Jan. 27, 
Aug. 27, 
Feb. 21, 
Jan. 16, 
May 21, 
Dec. 18, 
Deo. IS, 
Oct. 26, 
Jan. 17, 
Jan. 11, 
Sept. 22, 
April 9, 
May 1, 
Nov. 22, 
Jan. 19, 
June 29, 
Dec. 26, 
Feb. 1, 
Oct. 8, 
July 1, 
Dec. 18, 
Oct. 15, 
Mar. 8, 
Jan. 8, 
Aug. 10, 
July 5, 
June 16, 
Oct. 14, 
Aug. 28, 
June 80, 
April 19, 
April 5, 
Jan. 28, 
Jan. 20, 
April 21, 
Feb. 27, 
July 17, 
April 1H, 
April 16, 
Oct. IS, 
Deo. 28, 
May «, 
Oct. 30, 
Feb. 10, 
May I, 
Sept. 11, 
Nov. 3, 
June 23, 
Deo. 8, 
July 28, 
July 10, 
Feb. 9, 
Dec. 10, 
Feb. 7, 
Oct. 20, 
Doc. 28, 
Au . 15, 
Nov. 24, 
Jan. 11, 
Aug. 31, 



1905 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1996 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 I 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1904 

1904 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1995 

1904 

1905 

1904 

1904 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1906 

1904 

1905 

1905 

l»0-"> 

1908 

1900 

1905 

1905 

1900 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1 005 

1005 

ioa-> 

1005 
I00« 
1905 
1900 
1906 



Capital Hock. 



20,000 00 

20,000 00 
50,000 00 
2,000 00 
7,500 00 
100,000 00 
100,000 00 



Fen 

collected. 



3,000,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
80,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
50,000 00 
1,000 00 



5,000 00 
10,000 00 



100,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,250,000 00 



100,000 00 



4,000 00 
5.000 00 
8,000 00 



800 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
20,000 00 



3,000 00 



6,000,000 00 

250,000 00 

20,000 00 

100 00 

10,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,500 00 

50,000 00 

5,000,000 00 



10.000 00 


250,000 00 


25~(i66 "66 ' 

50,000 00 




25,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 


1.500 66 

4,010 00 

5.000 «<0 

500,000 00 



10,000 00 



24 44 

25 15 
38 96. 

13 40 
17 67 

38 48 
62 13 

81 91 
500 

174 51 
16 85 
28 18. 

87 74 

27 86 

20 85 

88 65 

11 13 
5 00 

80 96 

16 80 

21 7* 

22 OS 
73 6S 

12 2ft 

119 25 
897 

39 47 
35 27 

500 

14 11 

17 43 
80 00 
90 9tt 

7 9ft 

15 29 
5 00 

18 91 

19 90 

20 82 
5 0O 

18 55 

50O 

140 00 

47 30 

28 44 

14 2K 
17 92- 
35 lO 

82 81 
12 03: 
31 25- 

240 27 
22 01 
17 HO- 
5 (N* 
72 01 
95 MS- • 

15 00« 
3H 15. 
:>5 r.«. 

110 it;. 

5 00- 
39 02* 
IX SO- 
15 -10- 

5 <X> 
10 00 
15 OS 
IS 77 

120 OO 
15 08 
27 50) 



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72 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XII— Continued. 



Nam* o/ corporation. 



Portland Railway Co. „ 

Portland Railway Co. (DlBsolution) 

Portland Railway, Light A Power Co 

Portland Realty Co 

Portland Realty A Trust Co 

Portland Riding Club- 

Portland Road Oiling Co 

Portland A Sandy River Electric Co 

Portland-Salem Electric Ry. Co 

Portland Stone Brick Manufacturing Co 

Portland A Suburban Express Co. 

Portland Sash A Door Co _. 

Portland, Sandy A Mt. Hood Ry. Co 

Portland A St. Johns R. Co. (Supplementary) _. 

Portland Service Co. 

Portland Sheet Metal Works _ 

Portland Heed Co. (Increase) 

Portland A Southwestern Railroad Co. 

Portland A Seashore R» II road Co. 

Portland Suit A Skirt Mfg. Co. (Dissolution)— 

Portland Timber Co _. 

Portland Terminal Ry. Co _. 

Portland Van A Trucking Co 

Portland Wagon Box Co 

Portland Wire A Iron Works 

Prospect Co 

Progressive Exploration Co 

Price Harness Co., R. W 

Produce Merchants Association of Portland, Or.. 

Preston Manufacturing Co. (Increase) 

Purefood Co - 

Portland Tradesman Co 




Quartz Gold Mining Co 

Radium Electric Co 

Rainier Electric Power Co 

Rainier Electric Power Co. (Increase) 

Rainbow Gold A Platinum Mining Co 

Rainier Water, Light & Power Co 

Rainier Water, Light A Power Co (Decrease) _. 
Red Cross Hospital Association of Portland, Or.. 

Reedspurt Co 

Rennlnger-Button Logging Co. 

Real Estate Co., The 1905 

Reed, Fields* Tynan Co 

Reservoir Grocery Co 

Tteservol r Grocery Co. (Dissolution) 

Reld A Hertsehe Co. (Supplementary) — 

Hed Jacket Mining Co. (Increase) - 

Rees&Kruse Co. (Dissolution) 

Tteier«on Machinery Co. 

"Reed Optical Concession Co., Walter 

Iteedvllle Order of Washington Hall Association 

"Register Publishing Co 

Reedvtlle Storage Co. (Dissolution) 

"Redmond Towns! te Co. 

Rich, B. B. (Dissolution) _. 

Hlpley Grain Co 

Richards Hotel Co _ __. 

Riley Investment Co., W. J 

Rieslanrt Land Co.. C. Ben (Dissolution) 

Ttlpley-Oregon Fruit Food Co _ _ 

Roltalr Amusement Co 

"Rolfe Brick Co. __. 

Tioynl Bakery & Confectionery 

Roscburg Brewing & Ice Co _ 

^Ross A Co., Inc., Fred C. 

Ross A Co., Inc.. Frpd C. (Supplementary) 

"Rogers Co.. The T. M. (Dissolution) 

Robinson Cheese Co., It. 

Rose City Cemetary Assn. 



Oct. 18, 1906 
Sept. 2,1905 
June 29, 1906 
Oct. 19, 1905 
Aug. 10, 1900 
April 1,1905 
Aug. 22, 1905 
July 28, 1906 
Nov. 9, 1905 
Nov. 28, 1905 
Sept. 2, 1906 
Feb. 1, 1905 
Jan. 27,1905 
Mar. 10,1905 
Mar. 81,1905 
July 20, 1906 
Oct. 2. 1905 
Dec. 29, 190f 
Aug. 6, J906 
Mor. 24, 1906 
May 28,1905 
Feb. 17, 1906 
May 16, 1906 
May 16, 1906 
Sept. 4, 1906 
Dec. 2, 1904 
Oct. 5, 1905 
Aug. 28, 1906 
Oct. 14, 1905 
Aug. 17, 1906 
Feb. 10, 1906 
May 4, 1905 

Aug. 5, 1905 

June 15, 1906 
Mar. 14,1906 
Aug. 15, 1906 
May 10, 1906 
Nov. 5, 1905 
Mar. 27, 1906 
Sept. 10, 1906 
Feb. 7, 1906 
Feb. 16, 19"5 
July 11,1905 
April 8. 1906 
June 16, 1905 
July 9, 1906 
Jan. 5, 1906 
Dec. 16,1906 
June 8, 1905 
Feb. 19, 1906 
May 27, 1905 
May 22, 1906 
Oct. 6, 1905 
Sept. II, 1905 
May 12,1905 
Aug. 8, 190*i 
Mar. 29, 1906 
Nov. 16, 1905 
Feb. 28, 1906 
Sept. 12, 1905 
May 10, 1906 
April 17, 1905 
Aug. 25, 1906 
Jan. 7, 1905 
Aug. 31, 1906 
Dec. 16, 1904 
Jan. 8, 1906 
Aug. 23, 1905 
Nov. 7, 1904 
Jan. 22, 1906 



S 7,000,000 00 



15,000,000 00 
100,000 00 
100.000 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 
100,000 00 
100,000 00 i 
175.000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 00 



1,000 00 I 
5,000 00 



100,000 00 
10,000 00 



5,000 00 
50,000 00 
10,000 00 
8,000 00 
25,000 00 
8,200 00 i 
100,000 00 , 
4,000 00 < 
500 00 



80,000 00 : 



20,000 00 i 

50,000 00 
6,000 00 , 

50,000 00 



5,000 00 



10,000 00 
27,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,500 00 



25,00 • 00 

8,000 00 

800 00 

15.000 00 



6,000 00 



25,000 00 , 
50,000 00 I 
10,000 00 



40,000 00 
10,000 00 
50,000 00 
24,000 00 
89,000 00 
25,000 00 



10.000 00 
15,000 00 < 



248 01 

5 00 

101 OH 

69 93 

79 52 
12 50 

27 87 
8181 
67 OH 
88 23 
86 55 

28 22 
21 87 

5 00 

18 32 

19 « 
84 91 
60 21 

28 58 
5 00 

11 OK 
86 02 

16 89 

11 W 
36 44 

15 79 

71 83 

18 42 

17 W 
51 14 
86 59 
2S45 

88 OB 

26 82 

19 48 
2816 
92 20 
44 40 

5 00 

18 06 

72 62 

20 55 
54 IS 

12 44 

10 41 
5» 
5 00 

25 40 
5 00 

27 25 

16 44 

11 10 
34® 

700 

17 06 
7TD 

25 15 

48 « 
20 28 

7 02 

29 * 

18 09 
50 4* 
»» 

49 9? 

80 SO 
500 
7 21 

24 70 

28 77 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



73 



STATEMENT XH-Omttnued. 



• 0/ corporation. 



Rock Creek Power A Transmission Co. (Disso- 
lution) 

Boseburg Lime Co» (Increase) 

Roseburg Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Roeedale Prune Evaporating Co. (Dissolution)— 

Rodfrere Paper Co.- 

Roseburg Real Estate Co 

Roseburg Rochdale Co. 

Rogue River Fruit Land Co. (Dissolution) 

Rogue River Mining, Smelting, A Power Co 

Rogue River Valley Power A Irrigation Co. 

Rogue River Valley Improvement Co 

Rogue River Water Co. of Grants Pass 

Round Top Coal Co 

Royal Worcester Mining Co 

Ross Wool Scouring A Manufacturing Co 

Russell Dant Co. 



S. M. Investment Co._ 

Sainpolls Amusement Co 

Sacramento Deep Gold Mining Co 

Han t lam Electric Co 

Sanitarium Food Co 

Hanger Gold Mines Co. (Supplementary) 

Sanger Gold Mines Co. (Decrease) 

Sanilam Gold Mining <fc Milling Co 

Sanitary Milk A Cream Co 

Sacajawea Mining Co 

Sandy River Electric Co. 

Sanford, 8111 A Co 

St. Elmo Mining Co 

St. Joe Quartz Mining Co. 

SL Johns Brick A Tile Co 

St. Johns Brick A Tile Co. (Increase) 

St- Johns Ferry Co 

St. Johns Hotel Co 

St. Johns Hotel Co. (Dissolution) 

St. Johns Lumber Co 

St. Johns Sand A Gravel Co i 

St. Johns Sand A Gravel Co. (Supplementary)— 

St. Johns Title, Abstract, A Trust Co ; 

St. Johns Water Works A Lighting Co. (Supple- I 

mentary) 

St. Johns Water Works A Lighting Co. 



(In- 
crease) - 

St. Peters Mining A Milling Co. (Dissolution) 

Scbanen-Blalr CO. Marble A Granite Works 

Schmale Co., The A. W _ __. 

Schallock A Daggett Co. (Increase) 

Sclo Milling Co 

Schueler Medical Co 

Scott. McClure Land Co 

Scandinavian Publishing Co 

Scbiffler Tailoring Co. (Dissolution) 

Senator. The ._ 

Seaside Electric Co. __ 

Seaport Land Co. — 

Hellwood Lumber Co.. 

Sewell Lumber Co 

Seaport Milling Co._ __ 

Seaside Pavilion Co. (Dissolution) 

Seeing Portland Auto Livery Co 

Seaside Real Estate & Investment Co 

Seventy Share Investment Co 

Seaside Spruce Lumber Co. (Supplementary). 
Security Savings <k Trust Co. of Portland, Ore- 
gon. (Increase) — 

Security Vault* Metal Works 

Sexton-Walther Co _ 

Sheeny Bros. Painting A Decorating Co 

Shipping Co _ 

Sherk, Gaze A Graham. — 



DmU of filing. 



June 2ft, 1905 
April 20, 1906 
Mar. 28, 1905 
Aug. 7, 1900 
June 14, 1906 
Nov. 26, 1905 
April 14, 1905 
April 12, 1905 
May 26, 1905 
Feb. 28, 1906 
Feb. 18, 1905 
July 11, 1906 
Oct. 21, 1905 
July 11,1905 
Oct. 80, 1905 
Dec. 1, 1905 

Oct. I, 1904 
Jan. 17, 1906 
Oct. 25, 1904 
June 29, 1906 
Dec. 26, 1905 
Feb. 7, 1906 
Feb. 7, 1906 
Aug. 4, 1906 
April 24, 1906 
Nov. 18, 1905 
July 26, 1905 
May 10, 1906 
June 9, 190ft 
Sept. 29, 1906 
June 16, 1905 
Oct. 24, 1905 
Dec. 4, 1905 
Dec. 27,1905 
Aug. 25, 1906 
Oct. IS, 1905 
May 9,1905 
June 14, 1905 
Jan. 13,1906 

April 28, 1905 

April 28, 1905 
June 30, 1906 
April 5, 1906 
Aug. 30, 1905 
Mar. 14,1905 
Dec. 23,1904 
3, 1905 
8, 1906 
1, 1905 
Mar. 30, 1905 
Nov. 25, 1904 
June 12, 1905 
Dec. 13, 1905 
8,1906 
29, 1905 
18, 1905 
1, 1901 
Aug. 31, 19ft") 
Oct. 9, 1905 
April 7, 1906 
Jan. 20, 1906 



Jan 

Mar, 

Mar. 



Feb. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Oct, 



Dec. 15, 1905 
Aug. 2, 1905 
Jan. 26, 1906 
Mar. 8, 1905 
April 14, 1905 
Mar. 19,1906 




100,000 00 
100,000 00 
1,500,000 00 
50,000 00 
100,000 00 
1,000,000 00 I 
75,000 00 
25,000 00 

5,000 00 
1,500 00 
5.000 00 
250,000 00 
10,000 00 



250,000 00 1 

2,500 00 I 

500,000 00 1 

io,oon oo ! 

25,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,000 00 

"io*666"66" 

21,000 00 

"looiooo'oo^ 

3,000 00 



5,000 00 ; 




9,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 



8.000 00 

1,000 00 
25,000 00 

5,000 00 
25,000 00 

5,000 00 ! 

~T666~66~; 

30,000 00 
24,500 00 



10,000 00 

60,000 00 

1,000 00 

900 00 i 

10,000 00 I 



51 86 
15S 76 
54 18 

69 66 
84 78 
68 43 
31 62 

17 48 
14 52 
16 82 

45 38 
22 69 

500 
500 
54 07 
11 87 
121 64 
28 98 

22 85 
75 61 

169 18 

10 41 
16 85 

23 68 
80 20 

806 

70 70 

11 45 
500 

14 68 

600 

80 26 
600 

12 39 

27 54 
19 48 
22 81 
50 52 

18 15 
18 35 

5 00 

15 98 
10 52 
30 97 

13 92 
30 09 
15 48 

8 82 

18 33 

46 78 

24 66 
500 

82 97 

28 69 
56 37 
13 15 
12 14 

19 28 



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Report op Secretary op State. 



8TATKMKXT JLU—Omiimued. 



Kmr!*** Iruprvfv^mffjt Co. 

fen*r.4aij Lumber <'* 

r+tJtm'jHV Lumv*r < o. f-upplernentary) 

hfi»-*via''i LijtutMT t.'j. int-rtzLht-i "_ 

t*'..rWy M i.f.t < -> 

*t -pp.* K •*•■! i "> < o. fI*i«-r#^iM-) 

j*i,\*>c o M |( >ajj» f*ow«-r A Improvement Co. 

i/>w,:^ i«/fj _ 

t*:p*- M ?„;*<';. Jan.*** K 

H»kj.»<'*j M»i- »-jf A jM-\*-!'»pment Co.. 

feigfti* \u A.uiijiii At*>*-uulon of the U ul ver- 
ity </fOr«ig >ii ... 

Hlr/jm</'«- Pa.nt Co. • Dissolution) 

Kjj^lr lltt.'M"' Co 

Hjffj|J*- V«ving Machine Co 

»*k«ft«'h P'JbJi'*at|<,ij iv> 

Hmiih M**t Co., Frank L 

Hnoa Cr«'k Lumber Co. (Increase) 

Mnake Kiver Valley Railroad Co. (Hupplemen- 

Uury, _ 

Hnake Klver VaJley Railroad Co. (Hupplemen- 

Holar Mectrlc" Bag Co'IL"""™ .""I""™""!. 

Houthwe»t Oregon M Inlng Co. (Dissolution). 

Mouthern Oregon Hnpply Co. 

Houth Prairie Creamery Co 

Hptftu'AT Butte Coal A Petroleum Co 

Hpeelalty Co. (Increase). 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Jan. 
Feb. 



«. iir« 

15. 1905 

IX iM*i 

12. 190* 
19. 19*. 

5, 11M» 



5.090 09 f 

.59.000 09 



June 2*. 1905 
June 15. J905 
Dec. 29, 1904 

Jan. 12, 190H 

A u^. 14, 1W". 

Mar. 14. 19uti 

Jan. 9. 1908 

May Si. J90»> 

Hept. 27, 1W»» 

Jan. iJO, 1906 



Jan. 9,1906 



500.000 00 



300.009 00 
25j090 00 

5,000 00 

~~*.doo~ob~ 
loo.onooo 

5.000 00 
10.000 00 



Hpeedweli KxcavatorCo. (Dissolution) 

Hprlng Valley Telephone Co — 

H late Agent Co. 

Htate Hank of Kainfer 

H to rev A Brook* Fuel Co 

Mtar Bottling Work** 

Hlar Bottling Work a, (Increase) 

Htar A Crescent Mining A Milling Co 

Mtar Investment IX* 

Htar Land Co 

Htar Laundry Co (Increase).. 

Hteel Bridge Fuel Co _ 

Htandard Broom Co _ 

HLandard Crab A Finn Co 

Htandard Construction Co.. 

Htandard Klectilc Co 

Htandard Furniture Co. of Baker City __ 

HterllngGold Mines. 

Hterllng Gold Mines. (Dissolution) 

Htorm King Coal Co 

Hterllng Mining Co. (supplementary) 

Hierllng Mining Co. (Increase) 

Hlaudurd Itaeeo Co 

HtraltsHtenttiKhlp Co... 

Htayton Hlate Bank 

H tan ley -Hint th Lumber Co., Inc 

H toe- k man A Traders Bank _ 

Stoddard Water Ditch Co 

Htayton Woolen Mill* 

Htayton Water Power Co 

Huperlor Candy & Cracker Co 

Huminervllle Creamery Assn. (Dissolution) 



Humpter Hardware Co. (Dissolution). 

Sumner Hall Co 

Hummlt Lake Irrigation A Power Co. (Disso- 
lution)... _ 

Hultor Lumber Co. (Dissolution) 

Hummlt Mining Co _ 

Hummlt Mining Co. (l)l««olntlon) 

Hunnyside Mutual Telephone Co.- 

Hummlt Mining Co 

Hummlt Telephone Co _ 

Huthcrlln Vslley Land Co 

Hwenssen Co., A. F. -. — 

Hweet Home, Foster A Cascade Telephone Co... 



Jan. 27, 1906 
Jan. 17, 1900 
May 2t, 1905 
April 9. 1906 
Jan. 6, 1906 
Feb. 20, 1906 
Mar. 28, 1905 
Aug. 12, 1905 
April 28, 1905 
July hi, 1906 
Feb. 10,1906 
May 10,1905 
May 8,1905 
Mar. 22, 1906 
Feb. 6, 1906 
April 6,1906 
Dec. 22, 1904 
19, 1906 
21, 1901 
27, 1906 
5, 190H 
16, 1905 
May 23, 1906 
Mar. 7, 1905 
Hept. 2*, 1905 
June 19, J 90*; 
Jan. 2.19W 
June 2S, 190.5 
June '£i, 1905 
Aug. 22, 19(HJ 
Oet. 25, 1905 
Oct. 5, 1901 
Oct. 11, 1905 
Nov. 5, 1901 
Feb. a, 1905 
April 29, 1905 
Aug. 2, 1905 
Jan. 17, 1JK)H 
Aug. 25, 1906 
Jan. 2, 190« 
June 21), 1906 



, Keb. 

| Nov. 
Mar. 
July 
Dec. 



Sept. 

June 

Dec. 

Dee. 

Feb. 

Dee. 

Feb 

Nov. 

May 

May 



25,000 00 

~iKoooo6~ 

1*500 00 
100,000 00 



1,000 00 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 

50.000 00 
5,000 00 



20,000 00 
25,000 00 
15,000 00 ! 
20,000 00 
15,000 00 
16,000 00 
1,000,000 00 

" "aooo'oo 



200,000 00 ; 

""aoiboo'oo': 

100,000 00 I 
25,000 00 ' 

4.000 00 
100.000 00 

4,500 00 
100,000 00 



800 00 I 



f>, 1905 
16, I90> 
.11, 1904 
2a, 1905 

9, 1906 

13, imk 
7, mw 

22, 1904 
22, 1906 
13, 1905 



25,000 00 



1,4)0 00 
1,000,000 00 
1,000 00 
100.000 00 
5,000 00 ' 
5,000 00 I 






}<■ m 
2> *> 
5(0 

2i* l»l 

5 m 

24 >S 

14 ^ 

3295 

$2M 
7S5 
II 75 
^ 77 
27 74 
11 41 

11 4< 

12 77 
*>« 
12 *i 

15 J4 
' 20 4Tt 

£.'17 

25 26 
S9 79 
30 70 
22 14 

:»:#; 

Ki' 5H 
5«0 

a* < 
:» w 

62 JU 

io> m 

92 7fi 
»4 74 
70 rt.* 
Xi 0> 

14 l»i 

19 H 
57 t« 
r. 5* 
12 »»4 

10 0> 

H67 

.5 00 

29 1* 

5 (W 

15 >d 
M) 4s 
IS K) 
b5!N 

11 10 
11 35 



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75 



STATEMENT XII-Omtfnu«f. 



Name of corporation. 



Da(« o/ filing. 



Capital $tock. 



collected. 



-I 



Taku Alaska Packing Co _ 

Taylor Creek Placer Mining Co ._ 

Taylor Co., W. R 

Take Down Square Co 

Taylor Hardware Co. 

Tacoma Irrigation Co 

Tabor Nugget Mining Co 

Table Rock Lumber Co 

Terminal Wharf 4 Warehouse Co. (Dissolution). 

Thronson Fruit Co._ 

Thomas Creek Lumber Co. — _ 

Thorp Manufacturing Co. 

Time Auction Co 

Time Auction Co. (Dissolution) : 

Timber Canyon Mines Co. 

Tillamook Confectionery A Bazaar • 

# Tillamook Transportation A Tug Co 

Tipton Livery Co. ... 

Tontine Bond, Mining A Development Co. 

Tonsetta Co 

Trustee Co., of Portland _ 

Transvaal Copper Mining Co 

Troy Laundry (Increase) 

Trevor Mines Co 

Transcontinental Machine Co. 

Trip to Niagara Falls Concession Co., A 

Tribune Publishing Co., of Ashland, Oregon 

Tumalo Irrigation Co. 

Typewriter Exchange 

Tygh Ridge Warehouse Co 

Umpqua Commercial Club 

Umatilla Central Railroad Co. 

Umatilla Ditch Co 

Umatilla House 

Umatilla Meat Co 

Umatilla River Water Users Association 

Unique Brick and Tile Co 

Union Box and Lumber Co 

Union Buckle Co _ 

Union Cove A Valley Railway 

Union Light and Power Co. (Dissolution) 

Union Land Co 

Union Logging and Lumber Co 

Union Power Co. (Dissolution) 

Union A Station Railway Co 

Union A Station Railway Co. (Dissolution) 

Union Trust and Traction Co 

Union Trust Co. of Portland, Or 

United Artisans Hall Association of Sellwood- 

United Fraternal Savings and Trust Co 

United Lumber and Export Co 

United Placer Mines Co 

United Railways Co._ _.. 

United Railways Co. (Increase) 

United States Bond, Guarantee and Invest- 
ment Corporation . 

Uncle Sam Mines Co.. 

Universal Tool Co. 



Mar. 12, 
July 5, 
Aug. 6, 
Nov. 2, 
April 21, 
April 1, 
Dec. 27, 
July 27, 
April 2, 
Dec. 4, 
Nov. 7, 
June 10. 
Mar. 9, 
Aug. 29, 
Feb. 5, 
Nov. H,« 
Oct. 27, 
Oct. 10, 
Dec. 24, 
Jan. 9, 
Kept. 18, 
July 81, 
Mar. 18, 
Sept. 5, 
Jan. 19, 
Mar. 28, 
Oct. 28, 
Aug. 18, 
Mar. 8, 
Feb. 28, 
Feb. 1. 
May 24, 
July 28, 
Nov. 11, 
May 15, 
Jan. 12, 
April 24, 
May 28, 
Oct. 18, 
Aug. 5, 
June 80, 
Oct. 28, 
June 25, 
Nov. 14, 
May 1, 
Sept. 8, 
Aug. 2, 
Jan. 29, 
June 7, 
Jan. 7, 
May 26, 
June 21, 
Jan. 17, 
Feb. 13, 



1906 I 
1904 
1906 ! 
1905 

1905 I 
1903 
1905 

1906 I 
1906 
1905 . 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1901 
1904 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1905 i 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1904 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1905 
1905 
1906 
1906 
1906 
1906 



Vale Lumber Co. (Dissolution) ' 

Vale A Malheur Valley Railway Co 

Valley Improvement Co., of Hood River. (DIs- ' 

solution) 

Valley Queen Gold Mining Co. (Dissolution)--.! 

Vale Trading Co _ _ __.| 

Valley View Copper Mining Co _._ 

Veal <t Son, R 

Vergere Telephone Co. (Increase).. j 

Virginia-Oregon Development Co I 

Vinson Placer Co. , 

Voget Lumber and Fuel Co. 1 



Aug. 10, 1906 
Feb. 20, 1906 ! 
June 7, 1906 

June 5, 1906 I 
June 28, 1905 | 

Dec. 22, 1904 
Jan. 22, 1906 
July 10, 1905 
Sept. 26, 1906 
June 14, 1906 i 
Mar. 24, 1906 
April 28, 1906 I 
Oct. 18, 1904 
Nov. 27, 1905 ! 



50,000 00 ! 

100,000 00 , 

50,000 00 

10,000 00 i 

80,000 00 ■ 

5,000 00 I 

500,000 00 ! 

5,lKX) 00 ; 

""sb'ooiToo"' 

18,000 00 . 
8,000 00 
8,000 00 



1,500,000 00 

1,500 00 

25,000 00 

8,000 00 

200,000 00 

25,000 00 

400,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

T,oftn6ro~oo 

5,000 00 

40,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 

2,500 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

42.000 00 

5,000 00 

540,000 00 

20,000 00 

80,000 00 

50,000 00 

20,000 00 



10.000 00 
25,000 00 



500 00 



5,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000 00 

50.000 00 

50,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,000 00 



10,000 00 

500,000 00 

50,000 00 



150,000 00 



20,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

50,000 00 



100,000 00 

1,000.000 00 

50,000 00 



34 18 
84 4»» 
52 05 

24 91 

80 84 

12 50 
65 10 

19 19 

5 00 

42 18 
32 95 

15 62 

18 18 
664 

150 99- 

16 28 
83 54 

17 20 

81 26 
29 48 

189 78 
250 62 

26 08 
88 20- 
14 47 
32 81 
16 74 

18 66* 

13 29 

27 0* 

14 11 
40 21 

81 99 

44 07 
11 2» 

183 22 
23 7a 
27 80- 
46 05 
88 09- 
500 

25 20- 

20 88 
500- 

11 67 

6 91 

19 13 
55 96- 
10 65 
39 89 

27 90 
75 28 
14 52 

175 61 

28 36 
63 60 

26 97 

5 CO- 

45 58 

19 39 
5 00 

39 51 

82 62 
26 40 
25 43 

43 77 
164 38 

42 76. 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT XII-OmMnued. 



■0 of corporation. 



Datoo/JUing. 



Capital rtock. 



W. O. W. Club 

W. O. W. Hall Association 

Watrous & Allen Co. (.Supplementary) 

Waterbury & Allen Ditch Co 

"Wallowa Building Association 

Watkins Coal Co _ ... 

Wat kin s Coal Co. (Supplementary) 

Wallowa County Fair Association 

"Wade & Co., R. M. (Supplementary) 

Water Chutes Co 

Watrous & Co. ~. 

Watrous A Co. (Supplementary) 

Wallace, Corcoran A rJorth. (Dissolution) 

Wakefield, Fries A Co 

Water Front Land Co. (Dissolution) 

Washington Gulch Mining Co. (Dissolution)... 

Washburne Irrigating Co 

Wallowa Lumber & Manufacturing Co 

Watson Mining Co 

Watson Mining Co. (Supplementary) 

Waldport Mutual Telephone Co. 

Warluck Manufacturing Co. 

Wade, PearceA Co.- 

Washington Railroad Co. (Supplementary). 

Water Supply Co., of Hood River Valley. (Dis- 
solution) 

Washougal Timber Co. (Dissolution) 

Wallowa Valley Railroad Co. 

Warner Valley Mercantile Co.— 

Warner Valley Mercantile Co. (Increase) 

Wesifall Building Co 

Webber & Co 

Westport Lumber Co. 

Webb, Tranter Co 

West Astoria Packing Co i 

West Coast Lumber <fe Timber Co. 

West Coast Exploration Co. 

West Coast Exploration Co. (Dissolution) 

West Coast Laundry Co 

West Coast Securities Co 

West Oregon Telephone Co 

West Portland Canal & Pipe Line Co 

West Side Canal Co. (Supplementary) 

West Side Canal Co. (Dissolution) 

Western Concert Co 

Western Consolidated Mines Co 

Western Coast Railroad Co. _ 

Western Concrete Pile & Foundation Co. 

Western Co-operative Co. 

Western Cremator A Construction Co. (Disso- 
lution). _ _. 

Western Importing Co. (Increase) _. 

Western Investment Co 

Western Lumber Co. _. 

Western Land, Irrigation, Lumber & Fuel Co. 

(Dissolution) 

Western Mantle Co. (Increase) 

"Western Oregon Co 

Western Oregon Mining & Milling Co 

Western Oregon Publishing Co. 

Western Oregon Trust Co._ _. 

Western Publishing Co 

Western Paint & Chemical Co 

Western Paint & Chemical Co. (Dissolution) 

Western Storage & Transfer Co 

Western Trust & Investment Co. (Increase) 

Western Trust Co., Ltd 

Whiteside Co 

White Crystal Lime Co _._ 

White Horse Mining Co 

Whale Piano Co., C. A 

White River Irrigating & Lumber Co 



May 22, 
Nov. 18, 
Jan. 18, 
Oct. 20, 
Jan. 18, 
Dec. 0, 
Dec. 21, 
Oct, 2, 
Mar. 6, 
April 15, 
Oct. 10, 
April 8, 
J une 8, 
Feb. 28, 
June 80, 
Jan. 10. 
Oct. 7, 
June 7, 
May 4, 
Aug. 9, 
April 22, 
July 3, 
Mar. 2, 
Feb. 11, 



1905 

1904 

1905 

1904 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1905 

1905 

1906 i— 

1904 

1906 

1906 , 

1906 — 

1905 ' 

1906 

1906 

1905 



5,000 00 
2,000 00 

'T,885~66~ 

1,000 00 

25,000 00 



500 00 

lo~666"w 

5,000 00 I 



Fee$ 

collided. 



Aug. 21, 1906 
June 22 ( 1906 
July 18,1905 
May 6, 1905 
Aug. 22, 1906 
Aug. 8, 1906 
May 8,1905 
April 17, 1905 
Feb. 9, 1905 
Nov. 6,1995 
Nov. 1,1901 
July 1, 1905 
Mar. 15, 1906 
Oct. 17,1904 
July 12,1905 
Oct. 14, 1904 
Mar. 9,1905 
April 21, 1905 
June 90, 1905 
Mar. 5,1906 
Dec. 1, 1904 
Feb. 12,1906 
Oct. 8, 1905 
Nov. 5,1904 

June 29, 1905 
Mar. 22, 1906 
Feb. 13,1905 
Jan. 23, 1905 



Dec. 21, 
Feb. 25, 
July 3, 
Sept. 22, 
Sept. 23, 
Nov. 7, 
Oct. 24, 
April 17, 
June 30, 
May 4, 
April 21, 
Jan. 16, 
May 2, 
May 17, 
Aug. 7, 
June 29, 
Aug. 1, 



1901 

1905 

1905 

1905 I 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

1905 

190b 

1906 

1906 

1906 

1906 



10,000 00 



1,000 00 

25.000 00 

1,000,000 00 

250"00 

5,000 00 

90,000 00 



500,000 00 
10,000 00 



2,000 00 

90,000 00 

100,000 00 

2,000 00 

25,000 00 

560,000 00 

5,000 00 

"To^666"(» 

100,000 00 

2,000 00 

100,000 00 



6,000 00 
10,000 00 

5,000 00 
20,000 00 
25,000 00 



100,000 00 
16,000 00 



100,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

5,000 00 I 

30,000 00 

5,000 00 

25,000 00 ' 



3,500 00 



20.000 00 
1,000 00 

60,000 00 
100,000 00 

10,000 00 
250,000 00 



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/ / 



STATEMENT XII-0>n«n««*. 



Same of corporation. 



White Rock Gold A Copper Mining Co 

Williams Avenue Planing Mill 

Wllhelm Brewing Co _ _ 

Wllhelm Brewing Co. (Supplementary) 

Willetl* Co.. Inc., A. H 

Wittmer Lumber Co., Geo. F. _ _ 

Wlihmw-Melhase Co. __ 

Wild Pigeon Mineral Springs Co 

Wlldman-Raphael Co 

Willey-«mitb Harness Co 

Wills Tailoring Co., 8. D 

Willamette Boat Co _ _ 

Willamette Boat Co. (Dissolution) 

Willamette Boiler Works (Dissolution) 

Willamette Box A Lumber Co 

Willamette Cold Storage Co. (Dissolution) 

Willamette Dock Co 

Willamette Irou A Steel Works (Increase) 

Willamette River Trading Co . 

Willamette Stone Co. _ 

Willamette Steam Mill Lumbering A Mlfe. Co. 

(Dissolution) _ 

Willamette Tent A Awning Co 

Willamette Valley Co 

Willamette Valley Traction Co 

Willamette Valley Lumber Co. 

Woodward's Automatic Trolly-Trip Co 

Woolsey-Crowe Supply Co. (Dissolution) 

Wood Iron Works Co., J.. 



Date of filing 



Woodland Lumber Co 

Woods Lumber Co. ._ 

Woodburn Mercantile Co. (Increase) 

Wood River Zinc Co 

Woodmere Water Co. 

Wrigbt Brothers 

WrtebtrDlcklnson Hotel Co _ 

Wright-Dickinson Hotel Co. (Increase) 

Wright-Dickinson Hotel Co. (Inciease) 

Wright Mercantile Co 

Wrentham Warehouse Co 

Wyandotte Egg Farm, Inc. (Dissolution )_ 

Wynne Hardware Co 

Williams Posting Co., J. T. (Dissolution).. 
Wilson Irrigation Co. 



Yaquina Bay Co. .._ 

Yaquina Bay Lumber Co 

Yaquina Bay Mutual Telephone A Improve- 
ment Co _ 

Yaquina Bay Mutual Telephone A Improve- 
ment CO. (Increase) 

Yates Manufacturing Co. 

Yates Non-Rettllable Bottle Co._ 

Yeon A Pel ton Co. (Dissolution) 

Yamhill Electric Co __ 



Zan Bros., Inc 

Zeller, Byrnes A Blackburn Co. 
Zenith Oil Co. (Dissolution) 



Nov. 28. 1905 
June 23, 190H 
Jan. 5. 1905 
Mar. 7. 1905 
June 11, 1908 
June 14, JOOtS 
June 19, 1906 
July 80, 1906 
Feb. 21, 1905 
Dec. 21, 1905 
Feb. 20, 1906 
Mar ¥9,* 1908 
July 17,1906 
July 80, 1900 
Dec. 1, 1905 
April 21, 1906 
Sept. 10, 1900 
Aug. 25, 1905 
Feb. 28, 1906 
July 19, 1906 

June 7, 1906 
Aug. 17. 1906 
Nov. 10, 1905 
Nov. 10, 1905 
Mar. 18, 1906 
Mar. 20, 1905 
June 30, 1906 
April 2, 1906 
Sept. 17, 1906 
Sept. 7, 1906 
Oct. 8, 1905 
Dec. 24, 1904 
April 14, 1905 
Feb. 2*, 1906 
Nov. 30, 1904 
May 5, 1905 
Aug. 11, 1995 
Nov. 10, 1904 
Aug. 1, 1905 
Sept. 15, 1905 
Jan. 14, 1905 
Oct. 7, 1905 
Dec. 24, 1904 

Hept. 8. 1906 
Mar. 14, 1906 

May 25, 1905 

Mny 14, 1906 

Oct. 5, 1904 

Mar 8, 1905 

June 2.1906 

May 5,190b 

Oct. 10, 1905 
I May 20, 1905 
! Dec. 26, 1905 



I 



Capital etook. 



5,000 00 I 1 
5,000 00 
50,000 00 



collected. 



5,000 00 

80,000 00 
25,000 00 
80,000 00 
20,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
600 00 



25 000 00 



150,000 00 



4,000 00 
8,000 00 



-I 



100,000 00 

800,000 00 

1,250,000 00 

50 000 00 

10,000 00 



10,000 00 
15 000 00 . 
10,000 00 



150,000 00 , 
10,000 00 
25,000 00 
40,000 00 




10,000 00 

70000" 

500,000 00 
15,000 00 

8,000 00 



25,000 00 
12\000 00 

""2£666"66" 

50,000 00 
200 00 



Total fees collected. 



15 SO- 
10 2* 
89 55 
500 

10 5* 

26 40- 

20 66 
SI 08 

27 02 
15 26 

18 60 

12 5S 
5 4ft 
7 46 

81 62 

5 00- 

101 89 

101 46 

13 51 

19 51 

5 00- 
78 57 
154 70- 
201 71 

34 01 
19 24 

5 00 
18 70- 

35 78 
27 21 

26 14 
SI 25- 

18 21 

27 02" 
42 51 
29 69 
37 76 
44 15 ■ 

19 15 
7 11 

21 91 
42 05 
15 18 

141 10 
25 98 

11 C2' 

11 32 
34 74 
68 01 
5 00 
23 13 

46 70 
11 15 
500 



$ 53,112 82: 



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STATEMENT XII-OmMnued. 






Showing fees collected from corporations organized under the laws of the State of 
Oregon for educational, literary, scientific, religious and charitable purposes, and corpo- 
rations not organized for profit, for filing articles of Incorporation and supplementary 
articles of incorporation from October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive, under the 
provisions of "An Act to provide for the licensing of domestic corporations and foreign 
corporations, Joint slock companies and associations," approved February 10, 1903. 



Name of corporation. 



Anabel Presbyterian Church 

American Finnish Workmen's Cooperative Assn.— 

A I sea Cemetery Assn __ 

Allen Preparatory School 

American Mutual Benefit Assn. of Portland, Or 

Arleta Finnish Apostolic Lutheran Congregation 

Arleta Baptist Church— _ „ — 

Albina Camp No. 191, W. O. W 

Abbot of St. Benedicts Abby, Mt. Angel, Or._ 

Austrian Slavonian American Benevolent Society 

Alti Lodge No. 165, 1. O. O. F _ 

Astoria National Assn.. __ . 



Bandon Lodge No. 133, 1. O. O. F 

Belle Pass! Cemetery Assn. of Woodburn__. 



DaU of filing. 



July 

Mar. 

June 

June 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

May 

Mar. 



17, 190»i 
16, 1905 
7,1905 
7, 1906 
tt, 1905 
10, 1906 
21,1906 
18,1906 
14,1905 
10, 190(1 
29,1905 
27,1906 



Mar. 6, 1905 
June 24, 1905 
Nov. 24, 1905 
June 30, 1906 
Sept. 20, 1906 



Bethamy Baptist Church 

Beaver Creek Literary & Hall Assn. 

Bethel Baptist Church- 

Bible Spiritual Society of Oregon.. _ June 3, 1905 

Board of Trustees of Albany College (Supplementary) Dec. 19, 19u5 

Board of School Trustees (Supplementary) May 24,1906 

Oct. 20,1904 
Feb. 18,1905 
Jan. 16, 1906 
Sept. 20, 1906 



Clackamas Grange No. 298, Patrons of Husbandry 

Cascade Social A Athletic Club _ — 

Crescent Lodge No. 176, I. O. O. F. 

Central Presbyterian Church of Eugene 

City Church Extension Society of the Methodist Episcopal 

Church of Portland, Or __ 

Colored Cooks. Waiters, Porters A Janitors Club 

Columbia College 

Columbian Cemetery Assn.— I 

Cooperative Christian Federation I 

Corvallis S*>cial & Athletic Club— I 

Concomly T ibe No. 7, Improved Order of Red Men. | 

Coldspring Cemetery Assn 

Colored American Club 

Congregation of the Church of God at Corvallis, Benton 

County, Or 

Church of Christ of Hood River _ _ 

Commonwealth Life Assn 



Dairy vllle Camp No. 575, W. O. W 

Diadem Club .__ _ 

Douglas Lodge No. 14, I. O. O. F..__ 

Douglas Cemetery Association 

Dobrotoorno Drustroo St. Nickole No. 1. 
Dallas Woodmen Association 



Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Congregation.— 

Eldership of the Churches of God in Oregon, Washington and 

California _ — 

Eclectic Business University.— 



Farmers Mutual Fire Relief Assn. of Portland, Oregon. 

Farmers Fire Relief Assn. of Buttevllle, Oregon 

Free water Social & Commercial Club 

First Baptist Church of Bend, Oregon 

First Presbyterian Church of Monument, Oregon 

Fidelity Mutual Aid Assn..:__ _ 

First Church of Christ, Scientist 

First Christian Church of Irrigon 



May 7, 1906 

Oct, 24, 1904 

Feb. 7. 1905 

May 25,1905 

July 1, 1905 

July 31, 1905 

Sept. 5, 1905 

Dec. 7, J 905 

Jan. 31, IOOii 

May 22,1906 
April 9, 1906 
April 12, 1906 

Nov. 6, 1905 
April 28, 1905 
Dec. 24, 1904 
Jan. 19, 1905 
Feb. 8, 1905 
May 1, 1905 

July 23, 1905 

Oct. 1, 1904 
Jan. 16, 1905 



Nov. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 



18, 1904 
12, 1905 
4, 1905 
12, 1901 
12, 1905 
20,1905 
7, 1905 
7,1905 



500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
5 0(i 
500 
500 
500 

500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
5 00 
5 00 
5 0) 

500 
500 
500 
500 

500 
500 
500 
5 00 
5 00 
500 
5 00 
500 
500 

5 00 
5 00 
500 

500 
500 
5 00 
5 00 
500 
500 

500 

500 
500 

5 00 
5 00 
500 
5 00 
500 
500 
5 00 
500 



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STATEMENT XH-Omttnuad. 



.Yam* of corporation. 



First Congregational Church of St. Johns 

First Free Methodist Church of Gresham, Oregon 

Fi rot Christian Church of Woodburn _. 

FlrHt Free Methodist Church of Woodburn, Marion County, 

Oregon : , 

First Methodist Episcopal Church of Bend. Oregon. 

First Methodist Episcopal Church South of Portland 

First Church of Christ. Helen Us t, Unlimited, of Ashland, Ore- 



gon- 



First Free Methodist Church of Houlton, On gon 

First Presbyterian Church of Bend 

First Church of Christ, Scientist, of <alem, Oregon 

First Presbyterian Church of Kent, Oregon 

First Presbyterian Church of Freewater 

First Presbyterian Church of Laid law 

First Free Methodist Church of Hubbard, Oregon 

First Free Methodist Church of Medford 

First Baptist Church of Christ of Hood River 

First Presbyterian Church of Merrill 

First Presbyterian Church of Irrigon 

First Baptist Church of Klamath Falls, Oregon 

First Ch rch of Christ, Scientist, of Co burg, Oregon 

Foreign Exhibitors Club 

Flnit Church of Christ, Scientist, of Salem, Oregon. (Dissolu- 
tion ) , 



First Methodist Episcopal Church of Merrltt, Oregon 

Oarneld Grange No. 316, Patrons of Husbandry 

Glenwood Cemetery Association 

German Evangelical Lutheran Zion's Church of LaGrande, Or. 

German Baptist Brethren Church of Weston, Or 

Gllfry Lodge No. 160, 1. O. O. F — 



Hazel wood Cemetery Association 

Harney Board of Trade __ 

Head Slope of the World.___ 

Home Defenders 

Home and E. D. S. Benefit 

Hop Growers Fire Relief Association of Butteville, Or.. 
HoGing Tong Commercial Club 



Independent Evangelical Lutheran Christ Congregation of 

Aurora, Marion County, Or._ 

International Anti-Cigarette League 

Ivanhoe Lodge No. 1, K.of P 



Data of ping. 



Mar 25, 1905 j S 
April «, 1905 I 
April 26, 1905 ' 

May 1, 1905 
June 7, 1905 ; 
June 27, 1906 < 

Sept. 11,1905 , 
Sept. 22, 1905 
Nov. 11,1905 t 
Nov. 18, 1905 , 
Dec. 4, 1905 i 
Dec. 19, 1905 
Dec. 20, 1905 I 
Jan. 15, 1900 
Jan. 24,1906 
April 7, 1906 
April27, 190b 
April 28, 1906 
July 27,1906 
Aug. 22, 1906 
July 13,1905 

Nov. 18,1905 
May 8, 1906 
Mar. 20, 1905 
Dec. 27, 1904 ! 
April 10, 1905 , 
Sept. 14, 1906 
Mar. 2, 1905 

June 19, 1905 
Dec. 18, 1905 
June 28, 1906 
Jan. 7, 1905 
April 10, 1905 
June 12, J905 
Nov. 17, 1901 



Oct. 25, 1904 I 
Dec. 10, 1904 ' 
Nov. 9, 1905 ' 



Joint Board of Christian Churches of Portland, Or Aug. 8, 1906 

Kelly Church of the United Brethren in Christ 

Kent Lodge No. 185, 1. O. O. F 

Law Enforcement League of Yamhill County, Or 

Lndles 1 Spiritual Temple Society- _ 

Ladles' Austrian-Hungarian Aid Society of Portland, Or 

Laurehvood Methodist Episcopal Church _ — 

Laurel wood Congregational Church of Arletn, Or _ 

Lewis and Clarke Lodge No. ISO, I. O, O. F — 

Medford ( Commercial Club _ 

Mehama Lodge No. 173. I. (). O. K 

Mennonite Brethren Church of North Dallas, Polk County, Or._ 

Mi Her Cemetery Assn 

Mineral Springs College 

Monastery of Our Lady of Jordon 

Multnomah Grange No. 71, Patrons of Husbandry 

Multnomah Camp No. 77. W. O. W 

Myrtle Point Lodge No. 150. 1. O. O. F 

Xestncca Lodge No. 114, 1. O. O. F 

Northwestern Mutual Benefit Assn.— 

Norwegian Literary Society Idura 

North Pacific Union Conference Assn. of Seventh Day Ad- 

ven lists _ _._ _ 

Northwestern Health A Accident Assn. (Supplementary) 



5 00 
500 
600 

500 
600 
500 

500 
5 00 
500 
500 
5 00 
600 
500 
500 
500 
500 
500 
600 
500 
500 
500 

600 
5 00 
500 
600 
500 
500 
500 

5 00 
5 00 
500 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 
5 00 



5 00 
5 00 
500 

500 



Jan. 


12,1906 


5 00 


Mar. 


1,1900 


500 


Dec. 


12, 1901 


5 00 


June 


27, 19&) 


5 00 


Aug. 


15, 1905 


5 00 


May 


14, l»0't 


5 00 


June 


H, I90« 


5 00 


Jan. 


28,1905 


5 00 


Nov. 


11, 1901 


5 00 


Feb. 


13, 1905 


5 00 


Dec. 


30, 1905 


5 00 


June 


21, 1905 


500 


July 


17, 1906 


5 00 


Nov. 


25, 1901 


5 00 


Auir. 


2i, 1905 


5 00 


July 


7. 1900 


5 00 


Feb. 


10, 1905 


500 


June 


5, 1900 


500 


Feb. 


14, 190") 


5 00 


Feb. 


14, 1905 


500 


Mar. 


30, 190« 


5 00 


July 


12, 1906 


I 500 



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STATEMENT XII-Cbn«mied. 



Name of corporation. 



Date of filing. 



Oregon Osteopathic Assn. (Supplementary) Dec. 1, 1904 

Oregon City Board of Trade ■ May H, 1905 

Oregon dk Idaho Children's Home Society July 10,1906 

Oregon <& Idaho Children's Home Finding Society. (Supple- 
mentary) Sept. 17, 1908 

Owyhee Cemetery Assn Mar. 15, 1905 

Pastime Club _: May 8, 1905 

Pacific Aid Assn _ _ May 4,1905 

Paisley Lodge No. 177, 1. O. O. F July 11, 1905 

Pacific German Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 

(Supplementary) i April 24, 190B 

Presbyterian Church of Yerganvllle _ _. Nov. 8,1904 

Presbyterian Chu»ch of Clatskanie Dec. 21, 1904 

t'endleton Academy. (Supplementary)— „ Nov. 14,1905 

Piedmont Presbyterian Church of the City of Portland, Or Mar. 10, 1905 

Pine Grove Melhodlst Episcopal Church ~ July h, 1906 

Portland Row! g Club Dec. 9,1901 

Portland Rowing Club. (Dissolution) _ Dec. 9,1904 

Portland Section of the Council of Jewish Women Mar. 90, 1905 

Portland Lodge No. 142, B. P. O. E. (Supplementary) April I, 1905 

Portland Chamber of Commerce __ _. April 21, 1905 

Portland Walters Club _.._ July IS, 1905 

Portland Lodge Theatrical. Mechanical Assn.___ _ Nov. », 1905 

Portland Kennel Club _ . — Mar. 22,1906 

Portland Commercial Club of Portland, Or. (Supplementary). April 30, 1906 
Portland, Oregon, Classl* of the Synod of the Northwest of the 

Reformed Church In the U. S June 18, 190ft 

Publishers' Protective Assn. of Oregon _ Dec. 21, 1904 

Rising Star Lodge No. 174. I. O. O. F June 2, 1905 

Rim Rock Camp No. 878, W. O. W.._ _. Feb. 6, IflOB 

Roseburg Park A Fair Assn Jan. 2, 1900 

Salem Public Library Association July 2«, 1905 

Salem Lodge No. J«6, B. P. O. E Aug. 2, 1905 

Santa Clara Church of Chrixt _ Feb. 7,1906 

Second German Evangelical Reform Church of Portland, Or... Mar. 15, 1905 

Swedish Evangelical Lutheran A ugustana Church July 17, 1906 

Springfield Camp No. 247, W. O. W— Dec 31, l»>4 

Simmons Cemetery Association Jan. 9, 1905 

Sliver Lake Lodge No. 84, I. O. O. F._ ._ _. April 12, 1905 

Sllverton Evangelical Lutheran Free Church.- Feb. 5, 1906 

Southern Oregon General Hospital. — _ — Dec. 1,1905 

Student Building Association of the State Agricultural Col- 
lege of Oregon __ Aug. 8, 1905 

Supreme Council of Malta _ _ Sept. 14,1905 

Supreme Pyramid of the Modern Pyramid Builders _ Sept. 18, 1906 

Svmposi urn Social Society _ Oct. 10,1904 

Sllverton Liberal Union. (Dissolution) '. April 4,1906 

Second Church of Christ, Scientist, of Salem, Or _ Nov. 18, 1905 

TelocvlonaJednotaSokol Bratri Osveta Jan. 30, 1905 

Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church of lone, Or April 21, 1906 

University Park Congregational Church of Portland, Or Mar. 25, 1905 

United Swedish American Brotherhood Aug. 16, 1906 

Virtue Lodge No. 140, 1. O. O. F Mar. 81, 1906 

Waverly Golf Club Mar. 81, 1906 

Willamette Endowment Association , Mar. 20,1905 

Willamette Evangelical Camp Meeting Association July 10, 1905 

Willamette Social Club Aug. 2, 1906 

Women of Woodcraft Sept. 22, 1905 

Woodlawn Lodge No. 171, 1. O. O. F Jan. 24, 1906 

Young Men's Christian Association of Oregon Agricultural 

College _ ' Oct. 18,1905 

Young Men's Christian Association of Eugene, Or Jan. 18, 1906 

Total fees collected 



Fret 

eoUected. 



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8TATEMENT XII— Continued. 



Showing fees collected from foreign corporations, Joint stock companies, or associa- 
tions transacting business in the State of Oregon, for tiling declarations, etc., from Octo- 
ber 1. 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive, under the provisions of "An act to provide for 
the licensing of domestic corporations and foreign corporations, Joint stock companies 
and associations," etc., approved February 16, 1903. 



American Press Association 

Acme Harvester Co... 

Acme Harvesting Machine Co. 

Ashland Lumber Co. 



Bank of America 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co 

Bank of California 

Barntnw A Co., W. 8 

Black Butte Mining Co 

Blue Mountain Mining Co 

Booth A Co., A 

Bowden Gold Mining Co. 

Burrell Construction Co 

Buffalo Steam Roller Co 

Buffalo Pitts Co _ _. 

Buckeye Mining 4 Smelting Co... 

Campbell's Automatic Safety Gas 
Burner Co _. 

California Northeastern Railway 
Co. 



Incorporated 
Nndir law* of— 



W.Virginla- 

Illinois 

New Jersey .. 
Wisconsin... 

California — 
W.Virginia- 
California ... 
New York- 
Maine 

Arizona 

Illinois 

Arizona 

California ... 
New York... 
New York- 
Arizona 



Arizona 



California ... 
Maine 



California — 
Washington 
Washington 
Washington. 
Maine 



Calumet & Oregon Mining Co 

Carson Consolidated Hydraulic 
Mining Co 

Campbell Ran ford Henley Co 

Clifford-Wilson Co 

Cblopeck Fish Co 

Central Railway of Oregon 

Cooperative Copper A Gold Min- 
ing Co.. _ 

Columbia Phonograph Co. (Gen- 
eral) __ 

Comstock Gold Mining 4 Milling 

ColliniTiand C6™~"I~~III 

Contracting Engineering Co 

Coos Bay Lumber A Coal Co 

Cornucopia Mines Co. of Or 

Crowe & Co , F. T 

Crescent Loan Co __. 

Crown-Columbia Pulp A Paper 

Co... 

Crossett Timber Co".™™!™""" 

Delhi Co 

Dewshutea Lumber Co.. 

Douglas County Fruit Packing Co. *»„..«. 
Drew Timber Co ■ Iowa- 
Empire Electric Co I Ohio 

Empire State Surety Co New York. 

Erie HeaUng Co._ Illinois 

Jlelschmann Co 

French-Glenn Live Stock Co- 
Foster A Klelser, Inc 



Arizona 

West Virginia 

Washington 
■ Montana ... 

Washington 
I Wisconsin.. 

! Maine 

! Washington 
: Colorado 



I California . 
1 Iowa 



Minnesota— . 
Minnesota.. 
Illinois 



Ohio 

California 
Washington 

gojd Hill Canal Co Nevada 

Golden Drift Mining Co | Arizona 

Washington 
Washington 
California „ 



Hicks A Sons Co., 8. B ....... 

Hoflus 8teel A Equipment Co 

•not Springs Improvement Co. — 

SEC'Y— pt. II. 6 



Dot* of/Uiwxg. 



May 15, 1906 

Mar. 10, 1905 

Dec. 2, 1905 

Jan. 26,1906 

April 28, 1906 
Nov. 6, 1905 
Feb. 25, 1905 
June 7, 1906 
Mar. 16, 1905 
Sept. 28, 1905 
Dec. 9, 1905 
29, 1901 
8,1906 
10, 19041 
14,1905 
8, 1906 



Oct. 
Jan. 

Nov. 
Jan. 



Mar. 18, 1906 

Aur. 5,1905 
April 17, 1905 

Nov. 26, 1901 
Dec. 6, 1904 
Aug. 21, 1905 
Feb. 11, 1905 
Oct. 8, 1905 

Aug. 7,1906 

Aug. 6,1906 

June 11, 1906 
Aug. 22, 1905 
July 15, 1905 
Jan. 80, 1905 
Aug. 9,1906 
July 20, 1906 
July 10, 1906 

July 10. 1905 
Mar. 22, 1906 

Jan. 11,1906 
Sept. 17, 1906 
June 11,1906 
Aug. 27, 1906 

Mar. 9, 1906 
May 8, 1905 
May 26,1906 

April 20, 1905 
June 80, 1906 
Sept. 21, 1905 

May 10,1905 
Dec. 18, 1905 

Oct. 4, 1904 
May 10, 1906 
Aug. 5,1905 



Capital too*. j 

„_.| 

I 25,000 00 I 
500,00 00 
2,000,000 00 
100,000 00 

1,000,000 00 ! 

8,900,000 00 

8,000,000 00 

125,000 00 

200,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

5,500,000 00 

500,000 00 

250,000 00 

200,000 00 

850,000 00 

1,000,000 00 



500,000 00 

5,400,000 00 
2,500,000 00 

1,000,000 00 I 
80,000 00 I 
15,000 00 I 
75,000 00 | 

2,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

10,000 00 

60,000 00 
2A,000 00 
50,000 00 
800,000 00 
1,600,000 00 
75,000 00 
10,000 00 

1,000,000 00 
200,000 00 

60,000 00 

800,000 00 

5.000 00 

500,000 00 

20.000 00 : 

500,000 00 
250,000 00 ' 

6,000,000 00 
500,000 00 
75,000 00 

8,000.000 00 
1,500,000 00 

80,000 00 
200,000 00 
100,000 00 



Fee* 

collected. 



52 58 
99 50 
195 28 
74 80 

71 91 
182 60 

119 18 
54 60 

115 59 
182 88 
t>26 84 
237 67 
138 22 

120 00 
409 59 
143 49 



88 06 

238 02 
91 08 

128 08 

69 89 
67 48 

143 84 
179 98 

244 52 

106 16 

193 84 

70 00 
78 75 
91 64 

218 29 
125 00 
87 50 

171 92 
•69 75 

72 44 
199 31 

51 29 
184 89 

60 00 
66 16 

78 77 

91 68 

887 72 

92 74 

83 88 
553 45 

106 80 

89 89 
95 76 



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STATEMENT XIl-Cbn«nu*d. 



Nam* of corporation. 



Horst Co., E. Clemens 

Hurst Automatic Switch & Sig- 
nal Co. 

Hurd Lumber A Navigation Co... 
Huntington Lime Co. 



Ideal Hydraulic Gold Mining Co. 

Iron Dyke Conner Co 

Imperial Gold Mining Co 

Indiana-Oregon Mining Co. 

Idaho-Oregon Town bite Co. 



Klamath Development Co... 
Klamath Lake Railroad Co.. 



Linn A Lane Timber Co. 

Lebanon Paper Co. 

Leschen A Sons Rope Co., A _. 

Lucky Gold & Copper Mining Co.. 

Marsha II- Wei Ih Hardware Co. 

Menasha Woodenware Co. 

Midland Town Co 

Michigan Trust Co _ 

Minneapolis Threshing Machine 

Co _ 

Minnesota <fc Oregon Land & 

Timber Co 

Mollne Elevator Co. 

Mount Hood Railroad Co 

Muller & Raas Co.— 

Muller Co., J.. 



Nehalem Timber Co 

Northern Express Co _ 

Northwestern Long Distance Tel- 
ephone Co — 

North America Mining Co 

Northern Brewery Co 

Northwestern Consolidated Min- 
ing* Lumber Co 

Northwestern Improvement Co._ 



O. K. Logging Co __. 

Oregon Construction Co _. 

Oregon Goldfleld Mining Co 

Oregon & California Lumber Co._. 

Oregon Securities Co. 

Oregon Smelting <t Refining Co- 
Oregon Trunk Line. Inc _ 

Opp Consolidated Mines 



Parsons Band Cutter* Self 
Feeder Co 

Peoples Co-operative Medico- 
Dental Society 

Pennsylvania Guaranty Co. 

Pacific Hardware & steel Co 

Pokegama Sugar Pine Lumber 
Co __ 

Portland & Seattle Railway Co.— . 

Poison Implement Co 



Iowa.:.. 

California _.. 
Pennsylv'n'u 
New Jersey.. 

California ... 
Washington. 
Washington. 

Revenue Mining Co Indiana 

Rokeby Realty Co _ Delaware — 



New Jersey- 
Wyoming ___ 
California — 
Utah 



S. Dakota . 
Pennsylvania 

Michigan 

Indiana 

Colorado™. 



California __. 
California ... 

Minnesota- 
California ... 

Missouri 

Arizona 

New Jersey. 
Wisconsin „ 

California 

Michigan 

Minnesota — 

Minnesota _. 

Illinois. 

Utah __._! 

California 
Montana 

Wahhington. 
New Jersey- 
California — 

Iowa 

Ohio 



Daf o/JUing. 



Jan. 11,1900 

Oct. 90,1905 
July 17,1905 
April 3, 1906 

Sept. 22, 1908 
July 28, 1906 
Nov. 28, 1905 
Feb. 21, 1905 
Sept. 2.', 1905 

Feb. 21, 1905 
Mar. 17, 1906 



June 

May 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

June 

Aug. 

Jan. 



25, 190« 

10, 1900 
26, 1906 

4, 1905 

11, 1905 
7, 1906 

16, 1906 

12, 1906 



Washington. 
New Jersey- 
Washington. 
New York— . 
Washington. 
California 

Arizona 

Arizona 

Nevada 

New Jersey.. 



San Francisco, Idaho A Montana 

Ry. Co __! Idaho . — 

Schmeiser Manufacturing Co j California — 

Schmidt* Co., S New York- 

Seippel Timber Co Minnesota— 

Siskiyou Electric Power Co California — 

Singer Sewing Machine Co I New Jersey- 



Oct. 3, 1904 

Oct. 4, 1905 
Sept. 24, 1900 
April 8, 1905 
Mar. 24, 1906 
Mar. 8, 1906 

Oct. 3, 1904 
July 10,1906 

Sept. 4, 1906 
April 2, 1906 
Mar. 31, 1905 

Dec. 16,1905 
Jan. 19,1905 

Sept. )0, 1906 
Aug. 25. 1906 
July 16, 1906 
Jan. 25, 1906 
Mar. 1, 1906 
Sept. 18, 1905 
April 8, 1906 
Feb. 21,1906 



June 19, 1906 

May 25, 1906 
Feb. 2, 1905 
Oct. 16, 1905 

Mar. 5, 1906 
Oct. 14, 19U5 
April 2, 1906 

June 25, 1906 
Mar. 14,1905 



April 3,1906 
July 11. 1906 
Jan. 12, 1905 
Sept. 21, 1906 
June 27, 1906 
Jan. 5, 1905 



Capital stock. 



$ 1,100,000 00 

10,000,000 00 

400,000 00 

10,000 00 

300,000 00 
500,000 00 
200,000 00 
100,000 00 I 
75,000 00 

650,000 00 
1,000,000 00 

100.000 00 

1,000,000 00 

.50,000 00 

5O0,H00O0 

8,000,000 00 

850,000 00 

200.000 00 

200,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

100,000 00 

75,000 00 

250,000 00 

100,000 00 

24,000 00 

100.000 00 
5,000,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

1,500.000 00 

550,000 00 

2,500,000 00 
3,000,000 00 

25,000 00 
50,000 00 
100,000 00 
200,000 00 
100,000 00 
600,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
1,500,000 00 



100,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,<i00 00 

10,000,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000.000 00 

50,000 00 

25,000 00 
10,000 00 



50,000,000 00 

25,0 00 

500,00 00 

100,000 00 

200,000 00 

1,000,000 00 



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STATEMENT XH-CbneJudird. 



Mmm e/ corporation. 



Smith A Co., J.S 

Smith Fir Co., C. A. 

Sperry A Hutchinson Co 

Star 8heepCo._ 

Southern Extensions Ry. Co 

Steuben Placer Mining Co 

Stampede Mining Co 

Standard Guaranty A Trust Co.. 

Swift A Company 

Sweeny Investment Co 

Stockgrowers & Farmers Bank— . 

Tum-a-lam Lumber Co 

Tule Lake Land A Livestock Co._. 

United Clear Stores Co 

United Merchants Realty A Im- 
provement Co. 

United States Investment Cor- 
poration, Ltd. 



Underwood Typewriter Co. 

Union Carbide Co. 

United States Installment Realty 
Co. 

Union Lumber A Mining Co. 

Valvollne Oil Co 



Walla Walla Valley Traction Co- 
Washington A Oregon Lumber Co, 

Western Loan A Savings Co. 

Weyerhaeuser Land Co. 

Wise Realty Co. of N. Y 

Whitney Co., Ltd 

Willamette Construction Co 



Inorporattd 
tciuf «r late* of— 



Illinois 
Minnesota--- 
New Jersey. 
W3'omiug 
Washington- 
New York»__ 
Washington. 

Delaware 

W. Virginia. 
Washington - 

Idaho 

Washington 
California 
New Jersey .. 

New York— 

Great Britain 
and Ireland 
New York- 



July 31,1906 
June 23, 1908 
Oct. 5, 1905 
Jan. 27, 1906 
Aug. 28, 1906 
Dec. 12, 1905 
Nov. 2, 190/ 
Oct. 24, 1905 
April 18, 1906 
June 17, 1905 
Nov. 20, 1905 
May 25, 1906 
Dec. 22,1905 
May 1, 1906 

Jan. 11,1906 



Dec. 19, 1905 
Mar. 16, 1905 



Ohio Jau. 9, 1905 



Dec. 22,1904 
Mar. 24, 1905 



Minnesota _. 
Wisconsin- 
New Jersey- 
Washington. 
Washington. 

Utah 

Minnesota _. 
New Jersey- 
Michigan — 
Delaware 



Sept. 18, 1906 



Aug. 
June 
June 
Feb. 
May 
Jan. 
May 



2,1906 
9,1905 
8,1905 
10,1906 
9,1906 
3, 1905 
1,1906 



25,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

50,000 00 

1,250.000 00 

50,000 00 

1.000.000 00 

100,000 00 

100,000 00 

2,500,000 00 

25,000 00 

100,000 00 

350,000 00 

2,000,000 00 

500,000 00 



1,250,000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 

200,000 00 
50,000 00 

1,500,000 00 

600,000 00 

90,000 00 

5,000,000 00 

100,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,250,000 00 

2,000 00 



Total fees collected.. 



80 00 
50 82 
154 11 
68 65 
202 95 
66 62 
144 18 
116 71 
116 67 
57 87 
62 22 
55 07 
122 38 
79 25 

100 00 



195 28 

57 60 

67 50 

90 06 

68 14 

728 48 

164 04 

58 01 
66 44 

69 81 
51 67 

180 89 
51 68 



$ 17,860 66 



RECAPITULATION. 

Fees collected by the Secretary of State from corporations organised for 
gain under the laws of the State of Oregon for filing articles of Incorpo- 
ration, resolutions of Increase and decrease of capital stock, dissolu- 
tions and supplementary articles of Incorporation S 68,112 82 

Fees collected by the Secretary of State from corporations organized under 
the laws of the State of Oregon for educational, literary, scientific, re- 
ligious and charitable purposes, for filing articles of incorporation, sup* 
piemen tary articles of incorporation and dissolutions... 855 00 

Fees collected by the Secretary of State froni foreign corporations, Joint 
stock companies and associations, transacting business In the State of 
Oregon for filing declarations, etc 17,860 56 

Total fees collected by the Secretary of State from October 1, 1904, to Sep- 
tember 30, 1906, Inclusive S 71,828 38 



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STATEMENT XIV. 

COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OREGON. 

The following Commissioners for Oregon have been appointed and qualified 
since October 1, 1004. 



Date 
appointed. 



1904 

Nov. 28 

1905 
Jan. 11 
Jan. 24 
May 19 
Nov. 6 
Nov. G 
Dec. 14 
Dec. 16 
Dec. 26 

1906 
Jan. 15 
Jan. 17 
Jan. 81 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 15 
May 14 
May 15 
Aug. 18 
Sept. 4 



Name. 



Sou d tag, Lincoln 1 California 



Mills, Chas. Edgar- 
Corey, Edwin F. New York- 



Ai( oJUt addnt*. 



San Francisco. 



i New York New York. 

_.__. _. New York ' New York. 

Macwilkie, Fergus F I Pennsylvania I Philadelphia. 

Pocher, Isador J. I New York New York. 

Willard, Silas S J Illinois _ Chicago. 

Bloodgood, Francis Wisconsin | Milwaukee. 



jjiuuuguvu, *■ laubia...... 

Harrison, Joseph T 

McCallan, John 



Holtsman, Aylett T 

Paul, W. Henry 

Hunt, Thomas J 

Falrinan. Francis E. 

Kavidge, William 

Wurts, John 8 

Shillaber, William 

Miller, N. J 

Mathieu, Harry C. 



Ohio — Cincinnati. 

California , San Francisco. 

District of Columbia ' Washington. 

Pennsylvania Philadelphia. 

Pennsylvania , Philadelphia. 

Pennsylvania Pittsburgh. 

Hawaiian Territory Honolulu. 

Pennsylvania I Philadelphia. 

New York ' New York. 

New York New York. 

Maryland j Baltimore. 



STATEMENT XV. 

MISCELLANEOUS COMMISSIONS. 
Issued by the Governor October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, Inclusive. 



1905 
Jan. 5 



Jan. 5 
Jan. 5 
Jan. 4 



Jan. 


31 


Jan. 


31 


Jan. 


81 


Jan. 


81 


Jan. 


31 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


21 


Feb. 


21 


Mar. 


22 



Name of oommiotion. 



Hoben, Andrew Member of Commission for Licensing Sailor Board- 
ing Houses. 

MacMaster, Wm. j Member of Commission for Licensing Sailor Board- 
ing Houses. 

Smith, A. M. Member of Commission for Licensing Sailor Board- 

I ing Houses. 

Clement, R. C | Honorary Commissioner to circulate information 

about Oregon. 

Johns, C. A. Member State Board of Text-Book Commissioners. 

Scott, H. W Member State Board of Text-Book Commissioners. 

Ladd, W. M Member State Board of Text^Book Commissioners. 

Colvig, Wm. M ' Member State Board of Text-Book Commissioners. 

Campbell, P. L Member ^tate Board of TextrBook Commissioners. 

Harris, L.T | Judge of Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for 

the Second Judicial District. 



White, Samuel 



—I Judge of Circuit Court of the State of Oregon, for 
I the Eighth J udicial District. 



Crawford, Clarence H Prosecuting Attorney for the State of Oregon, for 

j the Tenth Judicial District. 

' Blakeley, Geo. C. Member Oregon Board of Pharmacy, term ending 

I i May 20, 1910. . 



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STATEMENT XV -Continued. 



Nam* of commUrion. 



Mar. 22 ! Panton, A.C 

Mar. 22 Hulburt, Mark 

Mar. 22 PJckel, E. B 

Mar. 22 i Pierce, E. A 

Mar. 22 ( Lane, Harry 

Mar. tf Pendleton, A. V 

Mar. 22 i Noland, George 



Mar. n \ Farrell, Sylvester 

Mar. 29 , Carter, F. H 

Mar. 29 Kinney, H. C 

Mar. 29 | Vawter, W. 1/ 

Mar. 9 fiundy, Dr. L. 
Mar. 29 



Wallace, R. R. 

A Prtl 18 | Stone, Jerry 

A Prtl U$ , Proebstel, G. W 

! 

M*7 1 ; Aiken, J. C. 



M *y 1 Calkins, F. L 

Ma y 1 Traver, H.L 

Ma y 1 1 Hermann, Schiller B I 

M «y 1 | Kerr, T. W ' 

I 

May 9 I Newell, Wilbur K | 

Mft y 9 | Carson, A. H 

May 9 Wanner, Wm 

May is Miller, M. A 

Ma y 18 I Ainaworth, J. C. 



Member Board Medical Examiners, term ending 
February 28, 1910. 

Member 8tate Board of Agriculture, term ending 
March 14, 1909. 

Member State Board of Health, term ending Jan- 
uary 15, 1909. 

Member State Board of Health, term ending Jan- 
uary 15, 1909. 

Member State Board of Health, term ending Jan- 
uary 15, 1909. 

Member State Board of Pilot Commissioners, term 
ending March 13, 1907. 

Member State Board of Pilot Commissioners, term 
ending March 18, 1907. 

Member State Board of Pilot Commissioners, term 
ending March 18, 1907. 

Regent Southern Oregon State Normal School, term 
ending March 25, 1911. 

Regent Southern Oregon State Normal School, term* 
ending March 25, 1911. 

Regent Southern Oregon State Normal School, term 
ending March 26, 1911. 

Member State Board Dental Examiners, term end- 
ing April 1, 1906. 

Member State Board Barber Examiners, term end- 
ing April 1, 1909. 

Member Board of Regents East Oregon State Nor- 
ma t School, for term of six years. 

Member Board of Regents East Oregon State Nor- 
mal School, for term of six years. 

Commissioner, Second Oregon District Agricultural 
Society, for term of two years. 

Commissioner, Second Oregon District Agricultural 
Society, for term of two years. 

Commissioner, Second Oregon District Agricultural 
Society, for term of two years. 

Commissioner, Second Oregon District Agricultural 
Society, for term of two years. 

Commissioner, Second Oregon District Agricultural 
Society, for term of two years. 

Member Board of Horticulture, First District. 

Member Board of Horticulture, First District. 

Member Barber Board of Examiners, term ending 
March 2, 1907. 

Regent of University of the State of Oregon, term 
ending May 18, 1907. 

Regent of University of the State of Oregon, term 
ending April 15, 1909. 



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Dot 


a. 

18 


Nam*. 


Name of commission. 


190 
May 


Bean, R. 8 


Regent of University of the State of Oregon, term 
ending May 18, 1917. 


May 


19 


Lewis, John H. 


State Engineer of the State of Oregon. 

Member State Board of Examiners In Optometry, 
for term of four years. 


May 


20 


Barr, Hermann W. 


May 


20 


Lowe, C. W 


Member State Board of Examiners in Optometry, 
for term of four years. 


May 


20 


Ma tier n, E.O. - 


Member State Board of Examiners in Optometry, 
for term of four years. 






May 


20 


Ayer, W. B 


Member Oregon Library Commission, term ends 
June 1, 1910. 

Regent Central Oregon State Normal School, term 
or six years. 


May 


20 


Perkins, W. A 






May 


20 


Matlock, J. D 


Regent Central Oregon State Normal School, term 
of six years. 


May 


20 


Wilson, W. W _ 


Resent Central Oregon State Normal School, term 
of six years. 






May 


20 


Scholfleld, B 


Regent Normal 8chool located at Monmouth, term 
of six years. 


May 


20 


Sweek, Alexander 


Regent Normal School located at Monmouth, term 
of six years. 


May 


20 


Noltner, A 


Regent Normal School located at Monmouth, term 
of six years. 


June 


6 


Frazter, Frank. 


Member Third Eastern Oregon District Agricultural 






Society for Umatilla County, term of two years. 


June 


6 


Hartman, George A. 


Member Third Eastern Oregon District Agricultural 
Society for Umatilla County, term of two years. 


June 


6 


Miner, Oscar. 


Member Third Eastern Oregon District Agricultural 
Society for Umatilla County, term of two years. 






June 


6 


Wise, Stephen 8 


Member Board of Inspectors of Child Labor, term 






of Ave years from May 21, 1904. 


June 


6 


Kundret, H. G ___ 


Member Board of Inspectors of Child Labor, term 






of five years. 


June 


9 


Sea brook, E. B 


Member board of commissioners to examine and 






report upon assessment and taxation of property 
in Oregon. 


June 


9 


Mulkey, Frederick W 


Member board of commissioners to examine and 
report upon assessment and taxation of property 
in Oregon. 


June 


9 


Lachner, William J 


Member board of commissioners to examine and 
report upon assessment and taxation of property 
in Oregon. 


July 


31 


Cavender. A. B 


Member State Road Commission. 


July 


31 


Newell, W. K 


Member State Road Commission. 


July 


31 


Harris, R. A __ 


Member State Road Commission. 


July 


31 


Jett, George W. 


Member State Road Commission. 


July 


31 


Shattuck, J. W 


Member State Road Commission. 



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ltfK > 

Dec. 5 | Hailey, T. G 

1906 , 
Jan. 4 j Waldo, Clara H. ... 



Feb. 12 i McNabb, Dr. D. C. 

i 

Mar. 1 , Mott» W. 8 



Mar. 1 ! Newell, W. K 

Mar. 1 Reed, James H 

I 
April 12 | Pearce, Vine W 

May 2 Hartman, Geo. A 

! 

June 8 Olinger, H. H 

I 

Jane 8 . Morse, W. B 

June 8 Meyer, H. G 

June 8 I Vaughn, E. A 

June 8 I Parrott, C. W 



July 23 
July 28 



Huntley, C. G 

Lee, Frank 



J ustice of the Supreme Court of the State of Oregon, 
to nil the unexpired term of Hon. Chas. E. 
Wolverton, resigned. 

\ 

Member Board of Regents State Agricultural Col- 
lege in place of W. E. Yates, who has left the 
State, term ending Dec. 15, 190b. 

Member Oregon State Veterinary Medical Board 
for term ending July 20, 1908, succeeding Dr. J. 
Christie. 

Member Botfrd Medical Examiners of State of Ore- 
gon for the term of five years. 

Member State Board of Horticulture for State at 
large for term of four yerrs from date hereof. 

Member State Board of Horticulture for First Dis- 
trict for term of four years from date hereof. 

County Judge Yamhill County, vice B.F.Rhodes, 
resigned. 

County Judge Umatilla County, vice H. J. Bean,, 
resigned. 

Member State Board of Dental Examiners, three 
years from April 1, 1906. 

Member State Board of Health, succeeding Harry 
Lane, resigned. 

Member State Board of Barbers Examiners for term 
ending March 2, 1910. 

Member State Board of Dental Examiners for term 
ending April 1, 1909. 

Commissioner Second Southern Oregon District 
Agricultural Society, term ending May 1, 1907, 
vice S. E. Calkins, resigned. 

Member Oregon Board of Pharmacy for term end- 
ing May 20, 1911. 

Member State Board of Agriculture for term ending 
March 14, 1910. 



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STATEMENT XVI. 

Showing biennial appropriations and expenditures for the several State institutions 
from 1880 to 1004, inclusive, and appropriations for 1005-1000. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1889-1890. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, 674}}.) 



Purpoee appropriated. 


Date of act 
autkoriting. 


Appropriation*. 


Expenditure*. 


Balance* 
unwed. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 22, 1880.. 
Feb. 20, 1891- 
Feb. .2, 1889- 
Feb.20, 1801- 
Feb. 22, 1889- 


8 154,000 00 
22,078 41 
08,300 00 
14,089 60 
30,000 00 


% 154,000 00 
22,89*07 
08,300 00 
14,089 50 
28,231 20 


$ 


Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 


85 34 


Additions, heating, etc. (deficiency).. 
Laud lor Asylum _ ........ ... 


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Totals - 


« 289,307 91* 


$ 287,518 77 


S 1,854 14 







OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1891-1*92. 
(Average number of inmates duriug the two years, 722}{.) 



"wpp"**-*- £%£%. 


Appropriation*. 


Expenditure*. 


unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 
Additional buildings, etc. 


Feb. 20, 1891- 
Feb. 18, 1893- 
Feb. 20, 1891- 
Feb. 18, 1893- 
Feb. 23, 1895- 
Feb. 20, 1891- 
Feb. 20, 1891.. 

Feb. 18, 1898— 


$ 210,000 00 
8,907 28 
85,000 00 
25,588 15 
59 80 
24,000 00 
8,750 00 

524 22 
2.1H0 00 
8,000 00 


% 210,000 00 

0,907 28 

85,000 00 

25,688 15 

59 80 

24,000 00 

8,750 00 

524 22 
2,120 06 
8,758 00 


% 


Additional buildings, etc. (deficiency) 
Additional buildings, etc. (deficiency) 
Asylum Farm Cottage _ _ _ 





Water supply, Cottage Farm 

Water supply, Cottage Farm (defic- 
iency) -. — — __....—- 





Fencing Cottage Farm 

Land for Asylum — 


Feb. 20, 1891- 
Feb. 20, 1891- 


83 06 
2,243 40 


Totals 




$ 813,989 45 


$ 811,713 00 


$ 2,270 45 









OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1893-1894. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, 901 ,V) 



Purpose appropriated. 



Date of act I 
authorizing. 



Appropriation* . 



Salaries and maintenance 

. Infirmary, fire system, etc. 

Cottage, dining hall, etc 

Cottage, dining hall, etc. (deficiency). 

Land for Asylum 

Electric wiring 

Fencing 



Feb. 18, 1893- 
Feb. 18, 1898- i 
Feb. 18, 1893- 
Feb. 23, 1885. 
Feb. 18, 1893 
Feb. 18, 1893. 
Feb. 18, 1893. 



Totals. 



S 278,800 00 
32,000 00 
41,700 00 
5,408 02 
11,000 00 
7,500 00 
1,800 00 



Expenditure*. 



$ 240,414 51 
82,540 48 
41,700 00 

5,408 02 i. 
10,002 95 

7,400 05 

1,181 87 



$ 85,885 49 
59 57 



S 375,868 02 



$ 339,408 08 



807 (ft 

So 
118 13 



9 36,400 50 



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OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1895-1896. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, 1,040 S V) 



Purpose appropriated. 



Salaries and maintenance 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 

Sew boiler. Improvements, etc 

Electric lighting 

Machinery, etc., Cottage Farm 

Books, returning patients to homes, 



Totals 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



Feb. 28, 1805. 
Oct. 21, 1898- 
Feb. 28, 1895- 
Feb. 23, 1895- 
Feb. 18, 1895- 

Feb. 23, 1895. 



Appropriatiens. 



Expenditures. 



228,900 00 
3,288 06 
28,000 00 
13,950 00 
8,000 00 

1,800 00 



$ 281,998 68 



228,960 00 

3,283 64 

25,968 00 

13,634 00 

8,000 00 

1,240 64 



S 281,066 28 



Balances 
unused. 



5 02 
32 00 
316 00 



559 36 



912 38 



OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1897-1898. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, l,125tf .) 



Purpoot appropriated. 


Date of aot 
authorising. 

Oct. 21, 1889- 
Oct. 21, 1898— 


Appropriations. 


Expenditures. 

% 311,929 84 
4,871 57 


unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 


$ 818,000 00 
6,000 00 


f 6,070 16 
128 43 


Repairs and Improvements 








Total*.. ...„ 


S 328,000 00 


S 816,801 41 


$ 6,198 69 







OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1899-1900. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, l,166Jf.) 



Purpose appropr i ated. 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



\ Appropriations. Expenditures, 



Salaries and maintenance Feb. 

jjasand electric lighting Feb. 

g ew wing j Feb. 

{warning patients to homes Feb. 

yoraryand amusement I Feb. 

««n tubs and closets Feb. 

**Parator I Feb. 

g*pair*and improvements — Feb. 

wpaira to kitchen i Feb. 

removing earth and building wall, , 

««*■ -!- - ! Feb. 

*lre escapes j Feb. 

"osedcottage I Feb. 

£'ectric light fund at cottage Feb. 

yosed cottage repairs _-.! Feb. 

enlarging kf chenand dining room__, Feb. 



18, 1899. 
18, 1899- 
23, 1899. 
23, 1899_ 
23, 1S99_ 
23, 1899_ 
23, 1899. 
23, 1899- 
28, 1899_ 

23, 1899- 
2*, 1899. 
23,1899. 
28, 1899. 
23,1899. 
23,1899- 



S 288,000 00 
18,600 00 
30,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
250 00 
5,000 00 
3,500 00 

1,200 00 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 
2,200 00 
MOO 00 
1,000 00 



287,598 27 

13,597 89 

30,000 00 

678 11 

1,153 9* 

1,000 00 

2W50 

4,999 82 

3,152 80 

«64 88 
5,000 00 
10,000 00 
1,398 34 
1,499 53 
1,000 00 



Balances 
unused. 



401 73 
2 61 



321 89 
48 07 

~~19~50 

18 

347 20 

535 62 



801 66 
47 



Totals 9 364,150 00 8 361,973 07 I 8 2,476 93 



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OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1901-1902. 
(Average number of Inmates during the two years, l,218|i.) 



Purpote appropriated. 


DaUof act 
authorizing. 


Appropriation*, 


Expenditure*. 


Balemea* 
unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb.25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901.. 
Feb. 25, 1901- 


f 288,000 00 
15,800 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
15,000 00 
5,825 00 
16,450 00 


S 287,998 68 
15,768 65 
470 00 
1,197 60 
14,998 81 
5,484 76 
16,426 67 


$ I 37 


Electric and gas lighting, etc 

Returning patients to homes 


si ;>> 

529 64 


Library and amusement 

Repairs and Improvements 


250 
1 Ifr 


Machinery, implements, etc. 


340 24 


Finishing, etc., new wing, etc 


23 8* 


Totals 


S 843,275 00 


8 342,345 38 


S 929 (£2 




- 



OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1903-1904. 
(Average number of inmates during the two years, 1,333,V) 



Purpoee appropriated. 



Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 

Salaries and maintenance 

Electric and gas lighting, etc 

Returning patients to homes 

Library and amusement 

Repairs and improvements 

Machinery, farming Implements, etc 
New wing, etc. 



Data of act 
authorizing. 



I A pp ropriations, i Expenditure*. 



Jan. 27, 1905-. 
Feb. 24, 1903.. 
Feb. 24, 1908- 
Feb. 24, 1908- 
Feb. 24, 1903- 
Feb. 24, 1903.. 
Feb. 24, 1903-. 
Feb. 24, 1903- 



Totals. 



h 

S 18,000 00 
821,000 00 
15,800 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 . 
16,800 00 I 
4,875 00 I 
44,000 00 ' 



Balancf 

untusd. 



f 17,924 28 
323,953 43 
12,679 77 . 
36155 | 

16,291 92 I 
4,872 03 
44,980 49 , 



65 

46 
3,120 



.1 3 424,975 00 ' S 421,063 24 j $ 3,901 1 



OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM, 1905-1906. 
(Average number of inmates, January 1, 1905, September 80, 1906, 1,8871.) 



nwrprv***. | *£S*J 


Expenditure* 
Appropriation*. Jan. 1, tens- 
Sept. SO, tem. 


Bataneet 

unused 

Sept. 30, erf. 


Salaries and maintenance < Feb. 22, 1905— 


% 400,000 00 ! % 327,060 86 
87,250 00 | 10,885 76 


S 72,949 U 
76,364 24 


New buildings, betterments, etc . Feb. 22, 1905— 


Totals 


$ 487,250 00 


% 337,946 62 


$ 149 303 38 







OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1889-1890. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, 308%.) 



Pnrpoee appropriated. 



Date of act 
authorising. 



. Appropriation*. 



Salaries and maintenance Feb. 22, 1889-. 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) Feb. 20, 1891- 
Floors, towers, etc 1 Feb. 22, 1889.. 



Totals. 



73,0*0 00 
4,529 07 
8,900 00 



S 86,509 07 



Expenditure*. 



69,345 63 
4,529 07 
4,805 02 



I 3,734 SI 
4*094"9R 



S 78,679 72 



S 7,829 8* 



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OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1891-1892. 
(Average number of convicts during tbe two years, 385%.) 



^^tf^p000 ^£pi^Dpl^UU00* 


| Date of act 
authorising. 

1 Feb. 30, 1891— 


Appropriation*. 


irijtmflfw in 


Balance* 
unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 


8 78,860 00 8 76,862 59 


$ 1,497 41 


Improvements 

Improvements (deficiency) — 


1 Feb. 20, 1891 _. 

j Feb. 18, 1898- 


24,300 00 1 17,942 80 
6,556 78 | 6,556 78 


6,857 20 





Totals 


8 109,216 78 


8 101,862 17 1 8 7.854 61 









OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1893-1894. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, 361%.) 



AwyoM app ropriated. 



Date of act 
authorising. 



Appropriation*. 



Salaries and maintenance ' Feb. 18, 1893. 

Halarie* and maintenance (deficiency) | Feb. 23, 1895— 

New building*, etc ' Feb. 18, 1893- 

Landand Mill Creek improvements—; Feb. 18, 1893— 
Fencing, repairs, etc J Feb. 18, 1893— 

Totals \ 



17 



96,700 00 
307 21 

52,500 00 
7,600 00 
4,150 00 | 



Balance* ' 
unused. 



S 84,024 90 I I 12,675 10 

807 21 L 

12,549 38 ' 39,950 62 

2,500 00 ! 5,000 00 

1,509 91 2,640 09 



J I 161,157 21 I » 100,891 40 I 8 60,266 81 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1895-1896. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, 873.) 



Purpose appropriated. 



Salaries and maintenance- 
Foundry, cells, etc 



Date o/ act 
I authorizing. 

I 



l ! 

, Appropriation*. Expenditure*. 



Balante* 

unused. 



' Feb. 23, 1895.J 8 96,450 00 I 8 83,344 81 ' $ 13,105 19 

- | Feb. 23, 1895-1 34,800 00 | 12,764 15 , 22,085 85 



Totals..: — ! 8 131,250 00 | I 96,108 96 . $ 35,141 04 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1897-1898. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, 332%.) 



Purpoee appropriated. 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



8alarles and maintenances. Oct. 21, 1898— 



Appropriation: \ Expenditure*. ; * < jjjjjy 



.1 



8 87,788 23 I 8 81,314 96 8 6,478 27 



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STATEMENT XVI-Omrtnuecf. 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1899-1900. 
(Average number of convict* during the two years, 296.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorizing. 


Appropriations. 


Expenditure. 


Batmen 

unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 

New wing 

Relief of discharged convict* 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 


Feb. 18, 1899.. 
Feb. 28, 1699.. 
Feb. 23, 18»9_. 
Jan. 81, 1901.. 


% 81,020 00 

15,000 00 

800 00 

1,044 27 


$ 79.588 50 

14,983 01 

255 95 

1,044 27 


f 1,436 50 
16 99 
44 05 


Totals 


S 97,864 27 


* 95,866 73 


* 1,497 54 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1901-1902. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, d02VtfeO 



Purport appropriated. 



Hate of act 
authorizing. 



I Appropriation*. 



Salaries and maintenance. Feb. 25, 1901— f 84,000 00 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) Feb. 19, 1903— ' 2,800 06 
Repairs and improvements Feb. 25, 1901 „; 4,500 00 



Totals S 91,800 06 



Expenditures ' *•* 

r urn 



9 83,999 46 | 
2,800 06 
3,635 18 



864 82 



S 90,434 70 ' f 865 86 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1903-1904. 
(Average number of convicts during the two years, 818^0 



Purpose appropriated. 



Salaries and maintenance 

Salaries and main tenancef deficiency) 

Repairs and Improvements 

Machinery, Implements, etc, 



Del* of act 
authorizing. 



Feb. 24, 1906- 8 
Jan. 27, 1905—1 
Feb. 24, 1908-J 
Feb. 24, 1903- 



Additlonal lands _| Feb. 24, 1908. 



90,000 00 
5,250 00 

10,000 00 
2,500 00 
7,886 00 



Totals S 115,586 00 



Expenditures. 



Balances 
unused. 



90,000 00 

5,040 27 $ 209 73 

10,000 00 — - 

1,086 85 ! 1,418 15 
7,836 00 



I 118,963 12 $ 1,622 88 



OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 1905-1906. 
(Average number of convicts January 1, 1905-September 30, 1906, 337 jft.) 



Purpose appropriated. 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



Appropriations. 



Salaries and maintenance [ Feb. 22, 1905- S 110,000 00 



Expenditures i 
Jan. t, I90S- 
Sept. JO. /MM. ! Sept 90, 1 90S. 



8 90,995 81 I I 19,004 19 



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STATEMENT X VI- Omftnufd. 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1889-1890. 



Purpoe* appropriated. 



Buildings, etc 

Buildings, etc., (deficiency) 



Dote of act 
authorizing. 



I Appropriation*. I Expenditure*. 



Feb. 22, 18«9_. 
Feb. 20, 1891.. 



..Totals. 



$ 80.000 00 ' 9 80,000 00 
17.800 00 I 17,800 00 



* 47,800 00 $ 47,800 00 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1891-1892. 
(Attendance December 81, 1801, 20; December 31, 1802, 68.) 



j*^...^*,.*. *£&£ 


Appropriation*. 

9 28,000 00 
13,758 50 


Expenditure*. 

8 28,000 00 

9 13,758 59 


Balance* 
unueed. 


Salaries and maintenance, furniture, 

etc _J Feb. 20, 189l„ 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency): Feb. 18, 1883.. 









Totals 


$ 41,758 59 


9 41,758 59 1 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1893-1894. 
(Attendance December 31, 1898, 68 ; December 81, 1894, 100.) 



Pwrpoee appropriated. | ^^*tn%. j AppropriatUm*. 


Expenditure*. 


Balance* 
unused. 


Salaries and maintenance Feb. 18, 1898-1 $ 86,000 00 


9 86,000 00 

8,071 62 

78,000 00 

6,176 45 




Salaries and malntenance(deflciency)! Feb. 28, 1895.J 8,071 62 

Buildings, machinery, etc 1 Feb. 18, 1893-1 78,000 00 

Buildings, machinery, etc. (deficiency )| Feb. 23, 1895— 5,176 45 









Totals 1 9 122,248 07 


9 122,248 07 






OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1895-1896. 
(Attendance December 81, 1895, 118; December 81, 1896, 124.) 



P urpeee appropriated. 



Date of act 
authorising. 



Appropriation*. , Expenditure*. 



Balance* 
unueed. 



Salaries and maintenance i Feb. 23, 1895_ J $ 86,000 00 

Furnishings, Improvements, etc ' Feb. 28, 1895- 1 26,300 00 

Water system I Feb. 28, 1895- 6,000 00 

Electric lighting Feb. 23, 1895- 4,700 00 



Totals 



8 73,000 00 



I 

9 35,905 17 • 9 4 83 

26,298 86 1 14 

5,985 92 ! 14 08 

4,700 oo ; 



i 72,979 95 | S 20 05 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1897-1898. 
(Attendance December 81, 1897, 106; December 31, 1898, 99.) 



Purpoec a pp rop r iated. 



Salaries and maintenance Oct. 21, . 

Salaries and main tenance(deficlcncy) Feb. 18, 1899 

Totals 1 



Date of act 
authorising. 



Appropriation*. Expenditure*. 



I„ 9 61,000 00 | 9 61,000 00 



2,277 32 



2,277 12 



9 63,277 82 , 9 63,277 12 



Balance* 
unueed. 



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STATEMENT XVI-Oontinued. 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1899-1900. 
(Attendance December 31, 1899, 115; December 31, 1900, 181.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorising. 


Appropriations. \ Expenditures. 


Balances 

witM«(l. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 18, 1*99„ 
Jan. 8L 1001 _ 


f 85,000 00 
18,734 15 


s ayxwoo 

13,784 15 




Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 








Totals -. , 


S 48,784 15 


9 48,734 15 









OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1901-1902. 
(Average number of incorrlglbles during the two years, 131.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


£M£. | *»•**— ■ 


BxpendUuros. 


Balance 
unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 25. 1901—' $ 58,000 00 s 62-907 47 


% 82 58- 


Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 
Repairs and improvements 


Feb. 19, 1908-1 665 00 
Feb. 25, 1901 „ 8,500 00 


665 09 
8.500 00 










Totals 


S 62,165 00 


9 62,182 56 


% 82 53 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1903-1904. 
(Average number of incorrlglbles during the two years, 102.) 



Purpose, appropriated. | jjgii&fa?. t Appropriations. 


Bxpendltures. 


Balances 
unused. 


Salaries and maintenance 1 Feb. 24, 1908. J $ 53,640 00 

New Buildings, repairs, etc i Feb. 24, 1908.J 21,360 00 


9 52,220 80 
21,347 53 


S 1,410 20 
12 47 


Totals - % 75,000 00 


S 78,577 33 


S 1,422 67 



OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL, 1905-1906. 
(Average number of incorrlglbles, January i, 1905, to September 30, 1906, 110.) 



Date a/ act 
autkcnglng. 



IRxptndiSures Balances 
Jan i, ftas- unused 

Sept. 30, 190t. Sept. SO, 0*. 



Salaries and maintenance Feb. 22, 1905-J $ 53.H0O 00 $ 42,527 16 $ 11,012 84 

New buildings, repairs, etc -\ Feb. 22, 1905.. | 8,500 00 I 4,724 08 ' 3,775 97 

Totals * 62,100 00 8 47,81119 $ 14,788 8L 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1893-1894. 
(Attendance December 31, 1894, 52.) 



Purposes appropriated. 


Date of act 

authorizing. 

Feb. 18, 1893. . 


Appropriations. 


Bxoenditures. ! Balances 
j unused 


Salaries and maintenance 


$ 24,000 00 


$ 14,197 49 $ 9.802 51 


Salaries and mal n tenance(deflciency ) 
L&nd and buildings 


Feb. 5«, 1895-. 
Feb. 18, 1893- 


10,981 50 
15,000 00 


10,981 50 : I 


15,000 00 L_ 






Totals 


9 49,981 50 


I 40,178 99 S 9,802 51 







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STATEMENT XVI-OmWnwd. 



OREGON SOLDIERS* HOME, 1885-1896. 
(Attendance December 31, 1885, 68; December 31, 1896, 86.) 



Purpo*** a pp ro p riated. 



Dat* of act 
authorising. 



A ppr o p r i a ti on*. 



Salaries and maintenance j Feb. 28, 1895. 



* 24,000 00 



EspondUuro*. 



9 28,909 88 



17 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1897-1898. 
(Attendance December 81, 1897, 78; December 81, 1898, 102.) 



/^N^po#49s <i i pyr OJW I fl f 6m a 



DaU of met 
authorixing. 



Salaries and maintenance j Oct. 21, 1898— 



Appropriation*. 
$ 24,000 00 



Expenditure*. 

9 28,999 76 



24 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1899-1900. 
(Attendance December 81, 1899, 86; December 81, 1900, 95.) 



Date of act 
authorising 



Salaries and maintenance j Feb. 18, 1899- 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency)! Feb. 25, 1901- 



Totals.. 



S 20,000 00 
1,075 71 



S 21,075 71 



S 20,000 00 
1,075 71 



$ 21,075 71 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1901-1902. 
(Attendance September 80, 1902, 96.) 



Purpo—* appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorising. 


AppropriatUm*. 


Expenditure*. 


Balanco* 
unusod. 


Salaries and maintenance... 

{wracks, construction of 


Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 
Feb. 25, 1901- 


% 24,000 00 
10,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,800 00 


S 24,000 00 
9,959 45 
5,987 15 
1,520 10 


$ 

40 55 


fioipttal, addition to 


62 85 


^palrs, painting, etc. 


279 90 


Totals 


$ 41,800 00 


S 41,416 70 


888 30 









OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1903-1904. 
(Average attendance January 1, 1908— December 81, 1904, 132.) 



/iii'jMNi appropriated. 



Date of act 
uthorUing.' 



I Appropriation*. 



._!_. 



Salaries and maintenance . Feb. 25, 1901- S 24,000 00 

tWahlng new buildings I Feb. 24, 1908- 7,600 00 

dipping barracks, etc ; Dec. 24, 190S-, 2,500 18 

Totals... 1 $ 84,100 18 



Balances 
unused. 



$ 24,000 00 
7,879 95 
1,877 25 

$ 88,257 20 



S 

220 06 
622 98 

♦ 842 98 



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STATEMENT XVI— OmUnued. 



OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME, 1905- 1908. 
(Average attendance January 1, 1805— September 80, 1800, 144.) 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



\ Appropriation*. 



Jan. I, /Mt— unueed 

Sept. 90, 190*. Sept. SO, t90M. 



Salaries and maintenance 

Additional maintenance 

Woodsheds, repairs, etc 

Cottages, building of u~ 

Totals 



..! Feb. 25, 1801.. $ 24,000 00 \ $ 28,190 97 8 OS 

I Feb. 22, 1905-J 8,000 00 4,422 10 3,577 90- 



Z\ Feb! 22; 190511' 
_! Feb. 21, 1905-: 



1,220 00 „._. 

2,000 00 2,000 00 



1,120 00 



J S 85,220 00 . * 80,422 07 $ 4.797 93- 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1889-1890. 
(Attendance December 81, 1890, 25.) 



Purpoee appropriate. j *£«£.. 


Appropriation*. 


anWOManWm.] *j£~ 


Salaries and maintenance Feb. 22, 1889— 

Salaries and malntenance(denciency)! Feb. 21, 1891— 


% 16,000 00 

1,848 99 


$ 16,000 00 ' 

1,848 99 , 


S 17,848 99 


S 17,848 99 

r 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1891-1892. 
(Attendance December 81, 1892, 89.) 



Purpoee appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorising. 




MzpemMturee. 


BeUnoe* 




UMIUMf. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 20. 1891- 


S 18,000 00 


f 17,966 81 


S 88 19 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1893-1894. 
(Attendance December 31, 1894, 59.) 



Purpoee appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorizing. 


Appropriatione. 


RzpendUuree. j ^J- 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 18, 1893- 
Feb. 22, 1898- 
Feb. 28, 1885- 


$ 20,000 00 

25,000 00 

7,596 84 


$ 19,999 lilt 8» 
25,000 00 I 


Land, dormitory, etc 


Land, dormitory, etc. (deficiency) 


7,596 84 I 






Totals 


8 52,596 84 


8 52,695 45 j S 89» 





OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1895-1896. 
(Attendance December 81, 1896, 51.) 



Purpoee appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorizing. 


Appropriatione. 


Mxpendtturee. \ ^££J* 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 23, 1895- 
Feb. 23, 1895- 
Feb. 23, 1895- 


$ 25,000 00 
12,000 00 
2,300 00 


S 24,618 08 '' $ 886 9lt 


Improvements, furniture, etc. 

Electric lighting 


11,996 94 | . 3 Oft 
2,298 89 111 






Totals 




8 39,300 00 


$ 38,908 91 ; $ 391 0» 



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STATEMENT XVI-Cbn«nu«d. 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1897-1898. 
(Attendance December 81, 1888, 64.) 



Pwrpaaa ap p ro pr i ated. 



Salaries and maintenance.. 



Date of act 
authorising. 



Oct. 21, 1898-- 



Appropriation*. Expenditure*. 



S 26,000 00 I $ 25,000 00 



Balance 
unuted. 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1899-1900. 
(Attendance December 80, 1900, 00.) 



*-~***~* ! *£tt£ 


Appropriation*. 

9 24,000 00 
2,767 62 


Expenditure*. 

% 24,000 00 
2,757 62 


Balance* 
unu*$d. 


Salaries and maintenance 

Salaries and malntenance(deflclenoy) 


Feb. 18, 1899- 
Jan. 81. 1901 









Totals 


S 26,757 62 


$ 20,757 62 









OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1901-1902. 
(Attendance September 80, 1902, 55.) 



Purp^** appropriated 


Dai* of act 
autkoriMing. 


ApprcpriatUm*. 


Expenditure*. 


Balance* 
unuted. 


Salaries and maintenance — 


Feb. 26, 1901- 
Feb. 26, 1901- 


$ .29,000 00 
8,600 00 


S 28,912 44 
8,567 24 


$ 87 56 


Repairs and Improvement* 


2 78 


Totals 


$ 82,000 00 


8 82,509 68 

• 


$ 90 32 







OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1903-1904. 
(Attendance December 81, 1904, 66.) 



Purp+t* appropriated. 


Dot* of act 
authorizing. 

Feb. 24, 1903- 


Appropriation*. 


Expenditure*. 


Balance* 
unuted. 


Salaries and maintenance 


8 80.880 00 


8 80,824 80 
2,138 16 
2,000 00 


8 5 20 


Salaries and malntenance(deflclency) 
Repairs and Improvements . 


Jan. 27, 1905- ' 2,200 00 
Feb. 24, 1908 '2.000 00 


01 H4 












Totals - 


8 35,030 00 


8 31,962 96 


8 67 04 



OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES, 1905-1906. 
(Attendance September 30, 1906, 70.) 



Purpose appropriated. 



I 



Date of act 
authorizing. 



' Bxptnditur** Balance* 

Appropriation* l j an .,, 190,1— I vnved 

Xtpt 30, 1909. Sept. SO. 1909 



Salaries and maintenance... 
Repairs and Improvements - 



I Feb. 22, 1905- 
| Feb. 22, 1905- 



Totals 



8 37.500 00 j % 33,085 45 * 3.8U 55 



3,000 00 



8,222 40 I 



877 00 



8 41,100 00 8 36,907 85 \ % 4,192 15 



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STATEMENT XYl-Oonttnued. 



OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1889-1890. 
(Average attendance, 8.) 



Purport appropriated. 


SttSZ. r '«~*H«*~. 


Expenditure*. 


Balance* 
nnum—X. 


Salaries and maintenance 


Feb. 22, 1899-1 9 9,000 00 


9 8,742 76 


9 257 24 







OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1891-1892. 
(Average attendance, 16.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Dote of act 
authorising. 

Feb. 18, 1891- 
Feb. 18, 18»3__ 


Appropriations 


Expenditures. 

9 10,000 09 
1,391 00 


BaUmea* 
unmsoaX. 


Salaries, maintenance and improve- 
ments . 


9 10,000 00 
1,391 00 


$ 


Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 




Totals 





S 11,891 00 


1 11,391 00 | 9 



OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1893-1894. 
(Average attendance, 18.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorizing. 

Feb. 18, 1898- 


Appropriations. 


Expenditures. 


Balancoe 

unusod. 


Salaries and maintenance 


9 12,000 00 

228 90 

45 75 

12,000 00 

901 49 


9 12,000 00 

228 90 

45 75 

12,000 00 

901 49 


$. 


Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 
Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 

Land and imprpvements 

Land and improvements (deficiency ). 

Totals 


Feb. 28, 1895- 
Oct. 21, 1898- 
Feb. 18, 1898- 
Feb. 23, 1895- 




• 25,176 14 


$ 25,176 14 


* 







OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1895-1896. 
(Average attendance, 21.) 



Purpose appropriated. | £&&£ 


Appropriation: 


,*-«*-. 


Balances 
unusod. 


Salaries and maintenance Feb. 23, 1895.. 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency)! Oct. 21, 1898— 

Worklng home- _.! Feb. 23, 1895- 

Insuranceand improvements Feb. 23, 1895— 

Electric lighting —J Feb. 23, 1895- 

Totals 


9 18,000 00 

653 25 

3,000 00 

2,000 00 

2,200 00 


$ 18,000 00 
658 25 


9 

3,666~oo 


1,995 77 
1,876 54 


4 28 
828 46 


$ 20,853 25 


$ 17,025 56 ' * 3.827 m 









OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1897-1898. 
(Average attendance, 26.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Date of act 
authorizing. 

Oct. 21, 1898- 


AppropriationM. 


Expenditures. 
9 16,228 87 


Balances 
umuod. 


Salaries and maintenance 


9 16,250 00 


9 21 18 



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OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1899-1900. 
(Average attendance, 26.) 



TSirpoee appropriated. 


Date o/met 
authorising. 


Appropriation*. 


Expenditures. 


Balances 

UKUSed. 


Salaries and maintenance 

Improvement*. et><\ 


Feb. 18, 1899-. 
Keb. 28, 1899- 


$ 15.000 00 ; $ 15,000 00 
1,890 00 1,670 00 


$ 

20 00 


Salaries and malntenance(deflciency) 


Jan.31. 1901-. 


28880 1 28880 




Totals 





$ 17,568 80 


$ 17,556 80 


S 2000 



OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1901-1902. 
(Average attendance, 28.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Dot* of act 
authorizing. 


Appropriations. 


Expenditures. 


itnnMod. 


Salaries and maintenance 

Salaries and maintenance (deficiency) 
Repairs and improvements 


Feb. 25, 1901.. 
Feb. 19, 1908.. 
Feb. 25, 1901- 


S 14,000 00 

820 62 

1,000 00 


S 18,997 82 
820 62 
999 88 


* 2 18 

17 


Total* _, . 


$ 16,820 62 


$ 15,818 27 


S 2 35 







OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1903-1904. 
(Attendance December 81, 1901, 80.) 



Purpose appro p riated. 



Salaries and maintenance Feb. 24, 1908— 

Repairs and improvements Feb. 24, 1908. 



Date of act 
authorising. 



Totals.. 



Appropriations. 



S 15,500 00 
1,500 00 



• 17,000 00 



Expenditures. 



$ 15,296 88 S 
1,496 84 



201 12 
1 16 



$ 16,797 72 I $ 202 J 



OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, 1905-1906. 
(Attendance September 80, 1906, 89.) 



Purpose appropriated. 


Bate of act 
authorising. 


Appropriations. 


Expenditures 

Jan. /, 190S— 
Sept. w, t$m. 


Balances 

unused 

Sept. SO, 1906. 


Salaries and maintenance Feb. 22, 1905— 

Repairs and improvements | Feb. 22, 1905.. 


$ 15,500 00 
5,500 00 


% 13,700 88 
888 99 


$ 1,799 67 
4,661 01 


Totals 





$ 21,000 00 


% 14,539 32 


$ 6,460 68 



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STATEMENT III— Exhibit No. 1. 

SALMON HATCHERIES ON COAST STREAMS. 



{For constructing and erecting suitable hatcheries on stream* flawing to the Pacific Qxut 

south of the Columbia River out of fund* appropriated for the construction of 

hatcheries for the propagation of salmon fish.) 

Balance of the appropriation provided by Act February 17, 1899, trans- 
ferred by Act of February 27, 1901, unexpended September 80, 1904 $ 2,728 32 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September HO, 1906, Inclusive 2,728 32 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 % 



1905 

Jan. 9 

9 

9 

April 6 

6 

July 12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

Oct. 11 

11 

11 

11 

1906 

Feb. 24 

Mar. 12 

July 10 

Aug. 10 
10 



No. of 



29488 
29484 
80782 
80788 
81978 
81979 
81980 
81961 
82140 

88122 
88128 
88124 
88125 

84418 

84474 

86172 

87477 
87478 



In wkM6 favor. 



Hewett, D.W. 

Mays, Troy 

Williams, J. R... 

Mays, E. R. 

Williams, J. R. 

Hewett, D.W 

Williams, J. R 

Crane Company. 

Mays, E. M 

81glln,Z.T 



Cook. 8. F 

Hewett, D. W 

Ramsdell, D. B 

Mays, E. M 



McKnight, MaryE.. 

Smith, Frank W 

Savage, A. J. 

Savage, A. J. 

Savage, A. J. 



Labor, Yaqulna hatchery 

izznizm in 1 1 do ""™™i!m: 

Lumber, Yaqulna hatchery 

Labor, Yaqulna hatchery 

Ptpeflttlnge, Yaqulna hatchery — 

Lumber, Yaqulna hatchery 

Tract of land for hatchery site, 

South Coos River 

Labor, Yaqulna hatchery 

Bl'dg. materials, Yaqulna hatchery 

Lease of lands, South Coos River 
hatchery — 

Recording lease, South Coos River 
hatchery 

Constructing hatchery buildings, 
South Coos River 



500 
10 00 
12 0J 

108 54 
24 00 
14 00 
7» 

28054 
67 32 

200 00 
18 00 
27 00 
8100 
23 72 



25 00 

2 00 

600 00 
600 00 
622 TO 



Total amount expended. 



| f 2,728 S3 



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STATEMENT IV— Exhibit No. 2. 



8ECOND OREGON UNITED STATES VOLUNTEERS AND BATTERY "A." 

(Fbr reimbursement for the amount paid for Stale clothing by each enlisted man as shown 

by the muster-out rolls of the several commands on file in the 

Adjutant OeneraVs office.) 

Balance of appropriation (Act February 20, 1901) unexpended Septem-' 

ber 80, 1904 $ 1,145 21 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 153 80 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 991 41 

[Act February 20, 1901, Laws 1901, page 76.] 



Date. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1901 




Oct. 29 


28361 


Dec. 12 


28741 


19 


288*7 


1905 




Feb. 11 
20 


308O1 


20 


30802 


Mar. 13 


30199 


June 19 


31609 


27 


31681 


Sept. 28 


82843 


Dec. 16 


33771 


1906 




Feb. 1 


34809 



In who** favor. 



For what txpon&od. 



Sept 10 



Vnlgamore, Arthur T ' Reimbursement for clothing-. 

Reed, William F do.. 

Robinson, Harry H. do-. 



Baker, Will Z 

McKlnnon 

Hunter, John A.. 



-do_ 
-do.. 
-do.. 



Benz, Ferdinand I do_. 



Ruddy, Joseph A 
Brown, George K, 
Corn e, Frank B._. 
McMullin, Timothy 



Bartsch. George 

34415 Babb. Andrew A- 
37889 Oneal, James B 



.do.. 

-do.. 

do_. 

do.. 



-do-, 
-do.. 
-do- 



Total amount expended. 



11 Ofr 
11 00 
11 00 

11 00 
11 00 
11 00 
11 00 
11 00 
11 00 

10 80 

11 00 

11 00 
11 00 
11 00 



153 80 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 3. 

FIRST SOUTHERN OREGON DI8RTICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 
{For payment of premium* awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuits, 1S0UC 
i for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended Sep- 



Balance of ap 
tember 80, J 
Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive.. 



. f 1,800 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 9 1,800 00 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, page 185.] 



No. of 



In who§« favor. 



For whmt expended. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 4. 



BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS AND INSPECTOR OF WORK8HOP8 A> 

FACTORIES. 

{For the payment of the salary and expenses of the Commissioner of the Bureau of Lab 
Statistics and Inspector of Workshops and Factories.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904. f 1,7W 29 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 606 40 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 f 1,11 

[Act February 5H, 1903, Laws 1908, page 206.] 







No. of 



In 



For what ucpondod. 



1904 

Dec. 5 

20 

1905 

Jan. 1 

9 



28680 
28871 



Davis, L. B 

Tozier, Albert. 



Hoff, O. P.. 
do 



,.| Services, compiling statistics . 
.-L do 



29469 
Total amount expended 



; Salary, Commissioner 

| Expenses, Commissioner.. 



S « 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 5. 

CANAL BETWEEN THE DALLES AND CELILO IN OREGON. 

{For procuring by purchase, agreement or condemnation, right of way for said canal and 
improvement of the channel of the Columbia River, between the foot of The 
Dalles Rapids and the head of CelUo Falls, and releases from 
damages to the United States.) 

Balance of the amount appropriated, act approved December 24, 1008, 

unexpended September 30, 1904 * 99,270 85 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, I90tf, Inclusive 73,619 20 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 9 25,651 15 

[Act December 24, 1908, Laws, Special Session, 1908, page 18.] 



Wo. of 



31 

1905 
Jan. 2 

2 

2 

2 
2 
2 



Mar. 



In who— favor. 



For what expended. 



1904 
Nov. 21 


1 
28508 


21 


28594 


29 
Dec. 14* 


28060 
28808 


20 
20 

2S 


28873 
28874 
28881 



29005 

29006 
29007 

29008 

29009 
29010 

29477 
29677 
80600 

80571 
80572 



Moore, Chas.S., Treas.- 
Keittaley, T. C 



Van Winkle, I. H.. 
Moore, Chas. S.: 



Menefee A Wilson . 

Skene, D. F 

Dufur,D.S 



Frisby, Bessie.. 



Bolton, Simeon.. 
do 

Seufert Bros. Co.. 



Dalles Packing Co. 

Schmidt. Leopld F 

Brown, Emma Murphy. 



Crawford, A. M.. 

Whealdon, N 

Taffe, I. H 



Crawford, A. M. 

Skene, D. F 



1906 
Jan. 8 



Cash advanced for right of way to i 
O. R. A N. Co ! f 5,366 75 

Services and expenses procuring 
right of way 525 00 

Expenses procuring right of way— 17 35 

Cash advauced for right of way to 
Wm. and Sarah Mlchell 2,090 00 

Sundry cash advances 14 75 

Abstract of title 119 75 

Transcribing testimony, State v. 
Tafle 37 50 

Clerical services, Attorney Gen- 
eral's office 5 00 

Amount of Judgment, State v. O. 

R. A N. Co I 

Amount of Judgment, State v. I. i 

H. Taffe 

Amount of consideration of deed I 

for right of way 

' do 

; do ! 

Clerical service, Attorney Gen- ! 

eral's office • 

1 Expenses of Attorney General 

! Services procuring right of way j 

In settlement of dismissal of ap- 
peal, State v. Taffe 

Expenses of Attorney General 

Making abstract aud recording 
i deed, etc 



38940 I Bolton, Simeon . 
Total amount expended 



! Recording satisfaction of mortgage 



20,387 00 

15,112 00 

21,000 00 
3,500 00 
1,500 00 

400 
38 30 
150 00 

3,750 00 
11 30 

32 50 

8 00 

9 73,019 20 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 6. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 
{For water, gas, expressage, telegraphing, rental of telephones, pottage, stationery, dc, 
required in the ordinary course of business in maintaining said 
buildings and departments,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two yean 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904.— _.__ f 1,212 56 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 1,171 m 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 .. 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 147.] 






No. of 



1901 I 

Nov. 14 | 

15 I 
15 
18 I 



Dec. 



22 
5 

7 

12 
12 

15, 

22 | 

1905 i 

Jan. 1 I 

1 I 

1 

1 

1 I 

1 

4 



28448 

28453 
28532 

28558 

28595 

28068 
28719 

28742 
28743 



/* who** /aoor. 



For wkmt npondod. 



Wells Fargo A Co. Ex- 

f>res8 _. 
exander A Co.,L.A M, 

Pacific Blank Book Co.. 

Remington Typewriter 
Co 

Stanard, F. H 

Irwin-Hodson Co _. 

Wells Fargo A Co. Ex- 
press 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Kilham Stationery Co.. 



Expressage, departments 

Repairs to typewriter 

Ledger leaves 



Repairs to typewriter ... 

Repairs to numbering machine 

Six Treasurer's receipt books 



28816 Anderson-DuniwayCo 
28878 i Hlrsch, Edward, P. M._ 



Expressage, departments 

Stationery 

4,500 printed cards. Secretary of i 

State ._ __ 

Letterheads, departments 

Postage. _ 



28907 

28908 

28909 | 

28910 

29008 
29004 
29252 

29456 
29457 

29458 
29459 



Hofer Bros 

Morning Oregonlan . 
Oregou Journal 



! 



Salem (Or.) Statesman. 



Kleffman, Samuel. 
Newstead, Mr*. F.- 
Crawford, A. M 



7 
7 

7 


29460 
29461 
29462 


7 
7 


294a3 
29464 


7 


29463 , 
29466 1 


7 


29467 


9 ; 


29529 


14 

16 ! 


29623 
29672 



20 
Feb.* 28 



Mar. 



29694 
30341 

30361 
30362 
80368 
30364 



! Brown A Lehman ' 

Burghardt Co., The 

1 W. H I 

Burroughs & Frazer 

1 Capital City Express A 

1 Transfer Co .... 

Maurer, Jno 

Patton Bros ! 

Remington Typewriter ' 

Co 

Salem Ice Co 

Salem Brewery Asso- I 

elation I 

Welch A White 

Welln Fargo A Co. Ex- 
press i 

Western Union Tele- ; 

graph Co : 

Salem Truck A Dray Co.j 



Salem Water Co 

Pacific States Tel. A 

Tel. Co 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.. 
Sunday Welcome 



Subscription to Dally Journal, Ex- 
ecutive Department 

Subscription to the Oregonlan, Ex- 
ecutive Department- _. 

Subscription to Oregon Journal, 
Executive Department 

Subscription to Dally Statesman 
Executive Department 

Elevator operator. _._ 

Laundry work 

Expenses, in restate v. Washing- 
ton County 

Glass, etc. _. 



One pair scales- 
Buckets 



Cartage _ 

Repairs 

Blank books. 



Repairs to typewriter. 
Ice. 



Ice 

Cartage 

Expressage, departments- 



Telegraphic service 

HauTinn wood from wood storage 

lot to Capitol. 

Water 



Hughe* Co.. Jno 

| LowenbergAGoingCo.. 
I Olds, Wortman & King. 
I Pacific Paper Co.. 



Phone service 

Wrapping reports 

Subscription, 1904, Executive De- 
partment 

Brooms, brushes, soap, etc. 

Plating cuspidors .. 

Towels, cloth, flags — 

Toilet paper 



Total amount expended _ 9 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 7. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 

(For the payment of the expenses of lighting.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September*), Mi t 1,000 52 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 668 20 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908, inclusive f 

[Act February 20, 1906, Laws 1906, page 147.] 



982 82 



Date. 


No. of 


In whooo favor. 


For what expondod. 


Amount. 


1906 

Jan. 4 


29253 


Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 


Electric and gas lighting — 


8 668 20 









STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 8. 

CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. 

(For the payment of the salaries of the chief janitor, three assistant janitors, fireman, night- 
watchman, messenger, and gardener.) 



September 



le appro 
80, 1904- 



Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive- 
Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 146.] 



1,566 80 
1,568 80 



reoo - 

Jan. 1 
1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

Mar. 80 



No. of 



28991 
2R992 
28998 
28994 
28995 
28996 
28997 
2S998 
30675 



I 



For what expondtd. 



Allison, J. E 

Holstrom, C. A 

Frisby, Frank 

Newstead, Thomas.. 

Clark, N. W 

M cores, C. L 

McCormick, A. A... 

Coovert, D. A 

Allison, J. E 



Salary, messenger 

Salary, nlghtwatchman. 

Salary, fireman 

Salary, chief Janitor 

Salary, assistant Janitor.. 
do 



do 

Salary, gardener- 
Extra services.... 



Total amount expended.. 



210 00 
225 00 
240 00 
255 00 
160 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
88 80 



* 1,568 80 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 9. 

DESERT LANDS. 

(For carrying out the provision* of the act of 1901 accepting the "Carey Desert Land Grant* 

also for the purpose of enabling the Slate Land Board to employ an engineer to 

see that the contracts entered into and the laws are complied with, and 

to pay for his services and contingent expenses other than 

are provided for in said act of 1901.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September «0, 1904 _ _ $ 2,531 10 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive _ 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 * 2,531 10 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 305 ] 



Date. 1 "••* 
warrant. 


In who** favor. J For what expended. 

1 


Amount. 


1 


1 _ _ 






! 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 10. 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 
(Salaries of clerks and stenographers in the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 8 390 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 364 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 26 00 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



- Date. 


Xo. of 




warrant. 


~~T904 - 




Dec. 80 


28902 


31 


28905 


1905 




Jan. 1 


28989 


9 


29530 


16 


29671 



In whose favor. 



Prescott, A. W. . 
Frisby, Bessie... 



Burton, Caroline A.. 

Burton, Marc la 

Herren, Lela 



Total amount expended . 



For what expended. 



Clerical services.. 
do 



Salary, clerk and stenographer- 
Clerical services 

.„ do._ __ 



30 00 

28 00 

300 00 
200 
4 00 



364 00 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 11. 

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 

(Salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction.) 

Balance of appropriation for the two years 1903-1901, unexpended Sep- 
tember 30, 1904 _ $ 1,137 36 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 750 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 _ $ 387 36 

[Act February 20, 1903. Laws 190:?, page 146.] 



So. of 
warrant.] 



Jn Khotc favor. 



For what erjtended. 



1905" 



Jan. 1 | 28915 I Ackerman, J. H | Salary, Supt. of Public Instruction. § 



750 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 12. 
department of education. 

{Traveling expense* of Superintendent of Public Instruction.) 

Balance of the appropriation for tbe two years 1906-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 ___ _ „ $ 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1908 $ 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



278 45 
278 35 



10 



I No. of | 
warrant. , 



In tehos* favor. 



For tehat expended. 



Jan. 4 



20251 



Ackerman, J. H. | Expenses, Supt. of Public In-! 

I struction I 



278 85 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 13. 



* EXPENSES OF TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS. 

Balance of tbe appropriation for tbe years 1903-1904, unexpended Sep- 
tember 80, 1904 $ 8 67 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 1 $ 3 67 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



DaU. 


Ho. of 
v/arromt. 


In whose favor. 


For what expondod. 


Amount. 








1 


_ _ __ 


I 







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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 14. 

CENTRAL OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT DRAIN. 



(For payment of the salaries of the officers, teachers, and employees, and the maintenance 
and general and contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 190ft- 1901, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 — * 1,841 40 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September HO, 1900, inclusive 1,840 73 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900. 



[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 202.] 



78 



1904 
Nor. 11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
11 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
14 



Dec. 



No. of 
warrant, 



In who** favor. 



28428 
28429 
28480 
28481 
28482 
28488 
28434 
28485 
28480 
28437 
28438 
28489 
28440 
28075 
28076 
28077 
28078 
28679 
28750 



Dempster, W. H. .. 

Briggs, A. L 

Brown, Mrs.O. C.~ 

Brown, O. C 

Call, M. E 

Kuykendall, Sibyl. 

Signs, M. B 

White, Bertha 

JohnsoUfJohn 

Bledsoe, T. E 

Peterson, J. G 

Sanders, G. W 

Wheeler, C. R 

Dempster, W. H..__ 

Briggs, A. L. 

Siens, M. B 

White, Bertha 

Johnson, E. A 

Hasard, C. E. 



For what *rjnna*d. 



Salary and expenses, president 

Salary, Instructor ._ 

do 

IZZZZZZZZZdoIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 
do 

do 

Salary, Janitor.. 

Hardware 

Labor 

—do 

Wood 

Salary, president 

Salary, instructor 

do 

_— do 

Repairing sidewalk.. 

Salary, secretary of regents 



Total amount expended. 



f 161 18 
10145 
50 80 

78 90 
67 62 
K7 62 
73 25 
. 450» 
22 54 
4180 
86 40- 
2195 
170 75 
183 83 
98 W 
70 9* 
43 63 
23*3) 
27 00 

f 1^40 73 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 15. 

EASTERN OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WE8TON. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officers, teachers and employees, and the maintenance- 
and general and contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 30. 1904 _ __ „ f 001 50 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 001 50 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 $.. 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 202.] 



Dot*. 



' 1904 
Dec. 12 
12 
12 



So of 
warrant. 



28748 
28749 
28750 



In who** favor. 



Carpenter, H. L... 
French, Robert C.- 
French, Clara G... 



For what oxpondod. 



Salary, Janitor j f 45 00 

Salary, president- _ 500 00 

Salary, Instructor 56 50 



Total amount expended I % 601 50 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 16. 



EASTERN OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WESTON. 
(Furnishing new building and repairs, improvement*, ete.) 



Balance of the appropriation for the two yean 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 f 209 01 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 90, 1900, Inclusive 201 54 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, page 202.J 



f 



7 47 



IMS 
*eb. 11 
April 28 
Hay 6 



29970 
81087 
81085 



In who— fmo or. 



Gilbert Hunt Co 

The John Barrett Co ; 



For what expondtd. 



Stoves and fixtures 

Furnace grates, etc. 

Lighting appliances, etc.. 



Total amount expended.. 



$ 162 60 

25 94 
18 10 



201 54 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 17. 



SOUTHERN OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT ASHLAND. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officers, teachers and employees, and maintenance and 
general and contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 1,204 28 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inoluslve 1,170 41 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



88 85 







[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 202.] 




Dut*. 


No. of 
warrant. 


*—^ | , — ^. 


Amount. 


L0tt 

Jan. 9 


2M72 


Case, Stella M 


Salary, instructor 

izzzzzzzzidoizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzziz 

Oilcloth 1 . 


$ 801 10 


9 ; 29473 
9 29474 
9 29475 

June 27 J 85276 


Kaiser, M. Armeda 

Van Scoy, W. T 

Wickersham, Emma B. 

Vaupel, Beebe <fe Kinney 


801 10 
800 00 
267 68 

58 


Toti 


sd amoi 


int expended 





f 1,170 41 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 18. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT MONMOUTH. 

(Salaries of the officers, teachers and employees, and maintenance and general and con- 
tingent expenses.) 



Ion for the two years 1906-1901, unexpended 



Balance of the ap 

September 30, 1» 

Amonnt expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive.. 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1906, page 202.] 



$ 2,908 74 
2,998 74 



No. of 



In who** favor. 



For what exp*nd«d. 



Jan. 



29255 
29256 
29257 
29258 
29259 
29260 
29261 



29268 



Ressler, E. D . 

Babbitt, May Bowden.. 

Backham, H. B 

Campbell, A. F 

Mahoney. W. H.~ 

Pennell, Ellen M. 

Powell, P. O 

Robinson, L. A. 

Tuthill, Sarah 



Salary, president 

Salary, Instructor 

do 

do 






Total amount expended.. 



600 00 
58 7* 
890 00 
360 00- 
800 00- 
300 00* 
270 00 
360 00 
360 00 



$2^98 74 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 19. 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT MONMOUTH. 

(Expenses of the general repairs, improvements, etc., and excavating under main building.)* 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 $ 15 51 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 15 51 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $- 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, pa«e 202.] 



Dat*. 


No. of 
warrant. 


In who** favor. 


For what oxponded. 


Amount. 


1905 

Jan. 4 


29264 


Butler, J. B. V 


Sundry cash advances , 


I 15 a 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 20. 

OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. 

{For payment of the salaries of the officers, teacher* and employee*, and for maintenance 
and general and contingent expense*.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 $ 2,202 68 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September SO, 1900, Inclusive 2,001 4tf 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



201 12 



[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 201.] 



£•<«. •*>• •/ ' 



Jan. 5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



In wtoM/ow. 



29844 
29845 
29346 
29347 
29348 
28349 
29950 
29351 
29852 



29854 
29855 
29366 

29857 
29858 

, 29859 
5 29860 



29861 
29382 



29866 
29867 



5 

5, ___ 
5 , 29370 
5 29871 
5 29872 
29873 
29374 
29375 
29376 
29877 
29378 
29379 
29880 



6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
14 
14 
1906 
J ao. 10 1 34094 



29886 
29387 
29410 
29411 
29412 
29413 
29885 
29636 



Jones, G. W 

Jones. Cook M 

Harding, Ethel 

Kruse, Miller 

Mclntire, Mattle 

Powell, R. W 

Reddekopp, Marie 

Roberts, Thos. 8 — 

Stout. Jessie 

Williamson. Mrs. M. A.. 

Barr's Jewelry Store 

Milton Bradley Co 

Brown A Lehman 

Buren A Hamilton 

California Bakery 

Capital City Mills 

Capital Commission Co. 
Capital Improvm't Co._ 

Cltizens L. A T. Co. 

FitU, W. 8 

Gardner, L. E. 

Gilbert A Baker 

Green, D. L.__ 

Hey wood Bros. A Wake- 
field Co 

I r win-Hod son Co. 

Johnson, Albert 

Johnson, W. E 

Jones, G. W 

Kurts, Mrs. F. G 

Meyers A Sons, Jos. 

Patton Bros 

Pressor, Theo 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.- 
Salem Water Co 

Spencer Hardware Co. 
Salem Oregon Htatesm 'n 

Stelner's Market 

Stockton A Co., J. L. 

Taylor, Will- 

Tuners Supply Co 

Wade A Co., R. M 

White A Son, D. A 

Whitney, J. R._._ 

Yokahoma Tea Co. _"_._. 

Fuller A Douglas 

Harriet & Lawrence 

Hughes A Co., J no 

SteuKlon* Bro* 

Pacific States T. A T. Co 
Rlggs, Zadoc 



8tolz Co., Gideon Vinegar — 



For what •spmdsd. 



Salary, superintendent 

Salary, matron 

Salary, teacher 

do __ 

Salary, janitor— 1 !_".. I_. 

Salary, waitress 

Salary, teacher 

Salary, housekeeper 

Salary, laundress.. 
Two clocks.. 
Reeds. 









Lumber 

Rugs. etc. 

Bread 

Feed 

Apples and potatoes 






Turkeys 

Repair! ng j 

Clothes basket | 

Repairing plaster 



Cane 

Blank record books 

Potatoes 

Sawing wood 

Sundry cash advances.. 
Apples.. 



Drygoods 

Books 

Music 

Toilet paper, twine- 
Water 

Hardware 

Advertising 

Fish and eggs 

Drygoods 

Butter 

Musical supplies 

Hardware 

Feed 

Printing 

Crockery 

Groceries 

....do„_ 

Groceries, paint, etc.. 

Meats 

Phone service 

DrugSA. 



250 00 
150 00 
182 U 
182 14 
75 00 
90 00 
45 00 
121 43 
75 00 
75 00 
400 
300 

7 75 

22 61 
30 00 
20 00 

10 10 
870 

96 30 
540 
1 90 
1 85 
825 

8 75 

23 90 
500. 
800 
5 38 

16 00 

11 30 

9 52 
3 24 
680 

37 50 
9 01 

1 40 
13 79 

6H4 
71 50 

2 18 

3 94 
13 35 
23 77 

7 07 
44 37 
29 74 
23 71 
140 14 
950 
865 

2 00 



Total amount expended j $ 2,001 46 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 21. 

OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. 

{Expenses of the general rf pairs and improvements,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 % 837 26 

Amount expended, October 1, 1004, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 836 10 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1908 f 1 16 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 201.] 



DaU. 



~i9oir~ 

Dec. 6 

1905 
Jan. 6 



No. of 



28689 



In who** favor. 



Veach, J. C. 

29414 Barr, Theo. M. 
Total amount expended.. _ 



For what «xp*nd*d. 



Building cement walk . 
Plumbing materials 



297 50 
98 60 



336 10 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 22. 

OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES. 

{For payment of the salaries of officers, teachers and employees, and for maintenance and 
general and contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 I 2,808 87 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 2,808 17 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 $ 5 20 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, page 201.] 



Dot: 



No. of 



29391 
29392 



[$04 — i 

Nov. 7 | 28886 

1905 | 
Jan. 6 I 29388 
6 



29*94 
29395 
29396 
29397 
29398 



29400 
29401 
29402 
2940* 
29404 
29405 
29406 
29407 
2940S 
29409 



In who** favor. 



KUcher, A. 



Clarke, Thos. P 

Clarke, Lottie K 

BJorquest, F. W 

Dobbins, E. A 

Halse, G.W.- _ 

Hammond, Ethel M. 

Hesley, Aug. ._ 

Morris, MM 

Schneider, W. F 

Anderegg, Walter 

Core, Lncretla 

Ellis, Delia 

Halse, Mrs. B. C 

Haggerty, May 

Lance, Mary 

Lewis, H. S 

McDonald, Alex C. — 
Robblns, Wlnwood— 

Robnett, J. H._ 

Scott, Cady 

Wallace. Nan G 

Westln, Minnie- 



For what arpondod. 



Salary, superintendent- 
Salary, matron — 

Salary, teacher 

do ._ 

..do. 

... do __.. 

Printerand supervisor- 
Salary, teacher _. 

do 

Salary, teamster- 
Salary, teacher ... 
Salary, domestic- 
Salary, supervisor.. 
Salary, domestic . 

.__ do 

Salary, nightwatchman . 

Salary, teacher 

Salary, engineer 

Salary, physician— 

Extra services. 

Salary, supervisor 

Salary, Cook. — 



Wood - - f 181 SO 



Total amount expended * 2,803 17 



800 00 
150 00 
135 00 
144 57 
170 86 
197 14 
135 00 
197 14 
170 86 
90 00 
90 00 
60 00 
75 00 
60 48 
60 00 
90 00 
150 00 
150 00 
30 00 
667 
75 00 
88 96 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 23. 
state agricultural college. 

{For erecting, constructing, furnishing and equipping requisite and necessary for an experi- 
ment station, and for agricultural experiments in Eastern Oregon,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1901 $ 808 02 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, Inclusive 806 02 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 I 

[Act February 21, 1908, Law 1908, page 162.] 



btt€. 



Mo. of 



Nov. 10 ■ 
10 j 
JO 
10 



i Benson, 8. 1. 

England, George.... 
28889 | Upton/Joe.. 



28890 ' Van Hon ten A Messenger Lumber 



10 ! 28891 j Worsham, R. P. 
Total amount expended 



For «r*«4 tspon&od. 



Stacking 18 tons bay $ 148 80 

Services, laborer ; 47 00 

Services, teamster , 50 00 



"I 



Services, teamster.. 



12 22 
60 00 



808 02 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 24. 

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 

(For support and maintenance, keeping the buildings and grounds and other property 
thereof in repair, for the construction of buildings, and additions to 
library facilities, for the year 190U.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the year 1904, unexpended September 

80, 1904 ZULJL -- - !-I -- 9 12^64 80 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1908, inclusive 12,868 57 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



128 



[Section 8529, Code.] 



I *o.« 



Jan. 



29208 



29205 
29208 
29207 



29209 

29210 
29211 
29212 
29218 
29214 
29215 
29218 
29217 
29218 
29219 



29221 
29222 
29228 



In whooofmoor. 



For what otpondsd. 



Campbell, P. L 8alary, president 

Adams, Percy P Salary, Instructor 

Boynton, W. P do 

Burden, C. A do 

Converse, C. W | do 

Cleaver, Virginia i do 

Roe, Ida Bel do 

Schafer, Joseph ' do 

Slater, Bertha E. I do 

Stafford, O. F ' do 

Sweetser, Albert R I _._do 

Bovard, J. F I do. 

Condon, Thomas i do - 

Dearborn, R. H. do 

DeCou, E. E do 

Dunn, F. 8 1 do 

Friedel, Chas do_._. _ 

Frazer, F. D..._ do_ 

Glen, Irving M do_„ 

Hawthorne, B. J ' do 

Howe, H. C I. do 

Hyde. J. M do 

McAHster, E. H j do 

Moulton, H. G , I do 

Schmidt, F. G. G do 

Sheldon, H. D i do 



750 00 
225 00 
880 00 
275 00 
225 00 

75 00 
225 00 
'850 00 
200 00 
880 00 
850 00 
150 00 
875 00 
800 00 
400 00 
600 00 
.300 00 
250 00 
500 00 
500 00 
850 00 
800 00 
500 00 

50 00 
500 00 
350 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 2A- Concluded. 




29229 1 
29290! 
292HI i 
29282 



4 


29283 


4 


29231 


4 


292S5 


4 


202W 


4 


29237 


4 


29238 


4 


28289 


4 


29240 


4 


29241 


4 


29242 


4 


29243 


4 


29244 


4 


29215 


4 


29246 


4 


29247 


4 


29248 


4 


29249 


4 


29476 



Straub. John 

Thurston. Sibyl 

Veasey, W. R 

Whittlesey, W.L 

Barber, W. H 

Eaton, Mabel E 

Gamber, J. A 

Ghormley, J. C 

Gibson, F. C 

Hammitt, J. M 

Johnson, L». H 

McArthur, J. W 

Ml n turn, 8. W 

Poill, J.J 

Simmons, E. J. 

Stockton, Holt 

Walton, J. J 

Williams, Etha L 

Gantenbeln, C. U , 

Joseph!, 8. E 

Klncald, H. R 

Mldgley A Chambers , 

Leach, Camilla i 



Salary, Instructor ' I 

!iii™idor~"i™"i~i"~i~™"; 

8alary, assistant engineer i 

Salary, assistant librarian 

Salary, registrar ' 

Salary, Janitor 1 

Salary, assistant engineer ' 

Salary, assistant engineer 

Salary, steward i 

Salary, assistant Janitor j 

Salary Janitor ■ 

Salary, repairman ! 

Salary, secretary of regents 

Salary, dormitory matron 

Salary, dean of law department.-.' 
Salary, dean of medical department 

Rent of athletic field • 

Water rent 

Salary, 1 1 brari an ' 



500 00 
150 00 
150 00 
175 00 
70(0 
62 50 
225 00 
42 00 
70 00 
70 00 
450 00 
42 00 
150 00 
165 00 
185 00 
160 00 
62 50 
91 57 
150 00 
250 00 
75 00 
15 00 
180 00 



Total amount expended. 



I $ 12^68 57 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 25. 



UNIVERSITY OP OREGON. 



{For payment of the expense* incurred in making the necessary repairs and improvement* 
in and on the buildings and grounds, including the water and electric light 
plants; for the purchase of additional apparatus and equipment; 
for making additions to the library, and for the pur- 
chase of additional grounds.) 



Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1906-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 f 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 



231 $s 
2S1 85 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 



OS 



1904 
Dec 




For tchal txpendtd. 



Eugene Planing Mill Co. 
General Electric Co- 
Grove, W. C 

Kays Gun Store 



Drawing tables $ 

Electrical supplies 

Paint — | 

Mat ' 



85 25 

88 50 

K 10 

100 00 



Total amount expended... 



* 281 85 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 26. 

BOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY. 

(For aid of, in quarterly installments of $1,000.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two yean* 1900-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904—.— $ 1,000 00 

Amount expended, October 1 , 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 $.. 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 203.] 



So. of 



/» whoso fat 



1905 I | 

Jan. 1 29000 | Hawkins, L. L., Treas. 



Aid for quarter ending Dec. 81. 1904. 



S 1,000 00- 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 27. 

FLORENCE CRITTENDEN HOME. 

(For aid of, in quarterly installment* of $750.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1904-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 750 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906 750 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f... 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1906, page 208. 



w | *•••/ 



| No. of 



In vkooo ftuor. 



Jan. l 28001 Cremen, Anna M. , Treas. 



For wktti oxp o n d o d . 



Aid for quarter ending Dec. 81, 1904.1 $ 760 00- 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 28. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

(For furnishing and equipping barracks, and for fire protection.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 190&-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 19W.~ ~ $ 1,028 61 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 405 68 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 622 98 

[Act December 24, 1908, Laws, Special Session, 1908, page 81,] 



Jto«. 



Dec. 12! 28758 
12 28751 
12 28756 



In whooe favor. 



For whut oxpondod. 



Rice 6 Rice Furniture ] t 214 00- 

Sykes A Carroll Plumbing materials l 14 8a 

T. Kay Woolen Mill Co. Blankets ! 176 85 



Total amount expended 



j $ 405 68- 



Digitized by CjO 



124 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 29. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

For the payment of the expense* of finishing, furnishing, and equipping hospital buUdan 
and barracks building, and installing four thousand feet of water pipe.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two yean 1909-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 % »74 75 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 154 70 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 . 

[Act February 24, 190ft, Laws 1906, page 208.] 



220 05 



Dale. 


No. of 
warrant. 


In whote /over. 


For what expended. 


JmmmL 


1904 
Dec. 12 


28752 


Strong, B. W 


Furniture j 1 1M 1 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 30. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

(Support and maintenance for the pear 2904.) 

Balance of appropriation for the year 1904 unexpended September 30, 
1904 f 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1908, inclusive 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



407 12 
407 12 







[Section 8685, Code.] 




Date. 


No. of 

warrant. 


/ft tehOOO fOOOT. 


For what expended. 


Amemml. 


Jan. 18 


29660 


Barker A Co., J. F 


Groceries 


$ 407 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 31. 

OREGON STATE INSANE A8YLUM. 

(For returning patients to homes.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 679 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 40 55 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 688 45 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 200.] 



! No. of | 
I warrant. 



In whoie favor. 



For what expended. 



Dec. 6 j 28694 | Calbreath, J. F- 

1905 I i 
Jan. 6 i 29418 do_ 



| Cash advanced, discharged pa- 
I tients 

I do 



Total amount expended. 



Amount. 



21' 

18 I 



40s 



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125 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 32. 



OREGON STATE INSANE A8YLUM. 

{For payment of the salaries of officers and employees, and for maintenance and general 

and contingent expenses thereof, including payment of the salaries of trustees, 

viz: for the Governor, $600 a year, and for the Secretary of 

State and State Treasurer, each, $100 a year. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 $ 17,750 45 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 17,706 88 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 200.] 



... $ 



46 67 



Dot: 



No. of 
mfmrrant. 



Nov. 10 
10 
11 

Dec. 6 
1905 

Jan. 8 
8 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
3 
3 
8 
8 
3 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
3 
8 
3 
3 
8 
8 
8 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
3 
8 
8 
3 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 






For wkmi txpondod. 



28428 
28444 



29087 
29088 



29040 
29011 
29042 
29043 
29044 
29045 
29046 
29047 
29048 
29040 
29050 
29061 



29058 
29054 
29056 
29056 
29057 
29-68 
29050 
29080 
29061 



29068 
29064 
29065 
29066 
29067 
29068 
29069 
29070 
29071 
'J9072 
29078 
29074 
29075 
29076 
29077 
29078 
29079 
29080 
29081 
29082 
29088 



29085 

29"86 
29087 



Boggs, Effle 

Carl, Henry—. 
Flood, Jame s. 
Hurst, Carrie— 



Thatcher, E. A. 

Allen, B. D 

Crelghton, Jessie M... 

Goodln, B. B 

Strang, A. E 

Howe, Fay D 

Calhoun, J. A. 

Herring ton, James... L. 

Armstrong, W. H 

Hogan, G. C 

Martin, J. M _ 

Latourette, Mrs. T. G- 

Bean, Mabel 

Quick, John 

Sbepard, E. J 

Wright, J. G j 

Post, F. F j 

Boeschen, C. W ' 

Ponjade, T. L. | 

Robinson, My rna 

Ashford, Robert 

I wan, Minnie 

Hogan, Emily 

Cochran, Lucias H— 

Davis, O. M 

Browu, D. T 

Savage, W. H 

Westenhouse. W. W.-_| 

Hargrove, T. L. i 

Mlnger, John i 

Hammer, A. H . 

Poppa, Chas. 

Powell. Raymond I 

Ganzleben, Jno. t 

Worley, J. M , 

Irwin, W. J 

Griffiths, L.W 

Neil. James 

Litchfield, Geo. K. .. 

Louslgnont. T. J. 

Benedict, W. A 

Cleaver, C 

Latourette, C. L. 

Boggs, G. V 

BeR, H. E 

Parks, S. A 

Armstrong, J. W. 

Bender, W. H 

Rlddell, W. H 

Fenton, H. H 

Cochran, E. P 



Salary, attendant, female wards.. 

Salary, teamster 

Wood 

Salary, stenographer 



Salary, druggist 

Salary, bookkeeper 

Salary, stenographer 

Salary, department overseer 

Salary, engineer 

Salary, assistant engineer 

Salary, blacksmith 

Salary, tinner 

salary, shoemaker 

Salary, tailor 

Salary, laundry man 

Salary, laundress 

Salary, seamstress 

Salary, basementman _ 

Salary, assistant basementman 

Salary, steward . 

Salary, commissary 

Salary, chlet cook 

Salary, assistant cook 

do. ._ 

Salary, baker 

do 

Salary, table girl 

- —do 

Salary, can washer _ 

Salary, farmer 

Salary, dairyman 

Salary, backman and messenger- 
Salary, stableman 

Salary, gardener 

Farm help 

™Ido™~™IIII~~~™I~ 
do 

Salary, supervisor 

Salary, porter. 



Salary, nlghtwatchman 

Salary, attendant 

ao _ 

Salary, attendant male wanuZZZZ 

— do ._ _ 

do 

do 

_.do 

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 



11 29- 
25 00- 
40 81 
95 16 

142 74 
300 00 

77 42 
225 00* 
800 00 

90 00 
135 00 
135 00 
135 00 

119 03 
185 00 
112 50 

90 00 
185 00 

71 85 
240 00 
180 00 
185 00 
130 65 

77 32 
180 00 

74 19' 
56 42 

78 17 
103 87 
180 00' 
114 84 
105 00 

99 35 

120 00 
89 03 

120 00 

75 00 
74 19 
83 38 

180 00 
87 17 
180 00 
120 00 
120 00 

74 19 
118 71 

75 00 
120 (X> 
120 00 
116 09 
126 M 
105 00- 
120 00 
120 00 
112 50* 



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126 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. ^-Continued. 




► im 




Jan. 3 


28068 


3 


29089 


3 


29090 


3 


29001 


3 


29092 


3 


9083 


3 


29004 


3 


29095 


3 


29096 


8 


29097 


8 


29098 


3 


29099 


3 


29100 


3 


29101 


3 


29102 


3 


29103 


3 


29101 


3 


29105 


3 


2910(5 


3 


29107 


8 


2910S 


a 


29109 


8 


29110 


3 


29111 


3 


29112 


3 


29118 


3 


29114 


3 


29115 


3 


29110 


3 


29117 


3 


29118 


3 


29119 


8 


29120 


3 


29121 


3 


29122 


3 


29123 


8 


29124 


3 


29125 


8 


29126 


3 


29127 


8 


29128 


3 


29129 


3 


29130 


3 


29131 


8 


28132 


3 


29133 


8 


29134 


3 


29135 


3 


291% 


3 


29137 


3 


29138 


3 


29130 


3 


29140 


8 


29141 


3 


29142 


3 


29148 


3 


29114 


3 


29145 


3 


29146 


3 


29147 


3 


29148 


3 


29149 


3 


29)50 


3 


29151 


3 


29152 


3 


29153 


3 


29154 


3 


29155 
29156 


3 


8 


29157 


3 


29158 


3 


29159 



Ramey, J. A 

Hobart, A 

Westtleld, G. A 

Mitchell, W. E 

Elvert, A. M 

Geraghty, J. J 

Huston, J. A 

Simpson. Ed 

Widdersheim, Geo— 

Spidell, C. E 

Barlow. E.:. 

Page, H. R 

Straw, E. K 

Kershaw, James 

Good ell, Man ley 

Peterson, Chris 

DunavanJL C. 

Hobson, Frank 

Suyder, F. E.~_ 

Smith, Eliza W 

Worley, L. O 

Thompson, K. R. 

Hirons, G. W 

Dllley, A C ... 

Nash, F. T 

; Wllce, W 

Walker, R. E !_-. 

1 McCormick, C. C. 

Edmunsen, Archie 

1 Powell, Bert 

Holllday, E. O 

I Bates, C. O 

, Waddell.D.M 

I Cornell, Frances 

I Martin, Mary 

I Keanely, Hannah 

I Churchill, M.B 

i McHaffle,Lulu 

, Blesen, W. M 

Blesen, W. J 

i Irwin, Belle 

Baker, Pearl 

Washburne, Emma _. 
I McAlpln, Marteana.. 

I Brandt, Lena 

' Bradley, M. 

I Zaenker, Lena 

! Andrews, Lucy 

Wright. Mrs. J. G 

I Daley, Jessie 

Armstrong, Mrs. L. 

Reed, Mrs. M. A 

, Ramsey, Nellie 

, Wilson, Mrs. Frona— . 

| Cleaver, Grace 

Baker, Mrs. Norma... 

Sanford, Edith 

I Winslow, Helen 

I Steward, Sarah 

Warner, Bessie 

. Spidell, Bertha 

I Bouillard, Helen 

Stowe, Luella 

i Gerowe, S 

Johnson, Lydia 

Mitchell, Jessie 

Litchfield, Gertrude.. 

Wllce, Augusta 

Fryslie, Louise 

Goodin, Florence 

H organ, Catherine 

Moisan, Tercelle 



Salary, attendant male wards 

do 

do 

!ZZIZ"ZZZZIIZZIZIdoIZZ"ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

!ZZ"Z"ZZZZZZZZZZIdoIZZZZZZ"ZZZZZZZZZ 
do . 

!ZZZZZZZZIZZZZZZ"doZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

__.do 

;"ZZZIZZIZI™""do"ZZIZZZZZZZZIZZZZ 
do 

™ZZZIZZZZZ™~IIdoIIZZZZZIZZZZZZIZZZ 
do 

izzzzzzzzzzzzzzzidoizzirzzzzzzzzzzzzz 

IZZZIZZZZZZZZZIZIdoIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 
'ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ"ZZIdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

Salary, matron 

Salary, attendant, female wards. 

. — do 

do 

do 

do 

IZZZZ"ZZZ"ZZZZIdorZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZZI 

izzzizzzizzziznidozzzzzzzzzzzzzzizzi 

ZZZZZZZZZZIIZZZZIdoZZIIZZZIZZZZZZZZZZ 

_.do 

ZZZZZIZZZ"IZZZZ"doIZZZZZZZ"ZZZZZZZI 

"do? 



„l 



do 

zizz"Z"z™do"ii:zzzz"zzzz 
zinizzrz"zido"zzzz"izzzzzz 

do 

._._ do _ 

zzzzzzz::z:::d2:zzzzzzzzzzz:zz 



do 

do 

do 

do— _ 

ZZZ"ZZZZIdoIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZ! 



120 00 
103 88 
118 67 
108 87 
112 30 
118 5i 
120 00 
94 35 
120 00 
127 50 
127 50 
127 50 
120 00 

111 25 

108 79 

112 50 
112 50 

66 77 
99 08 

107 01 
36 07 

112 50 
105 12 
127 50 

109 M 
120 OU 

108 62 

85 09 
92 75 

86 69 
101 25 

52 75 

7 98 

150 00 

117 42 
J 20 00 

110 97 
J17 3S 
105 00 

112 50 

118 71 
105 00 

113 46 
9141 

103 88 
9169 

111 29 
110 (X 

90 00 
69 77 

112 50 
68 67 

112 50 
85 00 
85 00 

117 :5s 
62 09 
71 IP 
75 00 
56 67 
75 00 
64U 

11129 
90 4S 

101 57 
90 48 

105 00 
65 00 
89 40 
54 <H 
161 
29 19 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



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127 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. S2-Omeluded. 




Dan avan t, Alice Salary, attendant, male wards ; S 

Moisan, Rose J.__ do 

Bullock, J. L do i 

Hobson, L. • do 1 

Wood,S do 

Dickey, J. A.. \ do 

Davis, Willard do 

Carl, August do 

En tress, W m _ do 



June 
Aug. 



3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
8 
14| 



29179 
29180 
29181 
29182 
29188 
29184 
29185 
29186 
29187 
29188 
29189 
29190 
29191 
29192 
29193 
29194 
29195 
29196 
29197 
81516 
32454 



Raymond, 8. E.__ , do 

Buster, Claude.. do 

Dun lap, E. A. j do — 

Aegerter, Walter I do 

Shifcg.W. G.B | do 

Park, A. C. — | do 

Qulnn, F. M do 

Girard, Frank ' do 

Dickey, Mm. Lottie j Salary, matron 

Qulnn, Mrs. F. M j Salary, attendant, female wards, j 

C. F. ' 

Park, Gussie do > 

Hensley, Richard Salary, plumber ■ 

Zeyss. Edward ! Salary, carpenter 1 

Moore, A. H ' do 

Bnehringer, Frank Salary, brlckmason 

Gilbert, ThoH. H Salary, painter 

Snell, Paul B Salary, Cook 

Lewis, C. A. ' do 

Snell, S. M —- do 

Snell, P. K do 

Burton, Ted Salary, attendant _. 

No ran, Jno r Salary, farmer 

Flamingam, Wm j Salary, gardener 

Fryalle, N Salary, dairyman _. 

Salary, farm help... 

do 

do— 

do 



Broslg, John 

Thomas, John 

McFarlane, Wm 

Card, J. H . 

Davis, W.L 

Albert, Louis 

Woodard, Clarke & Co. 



-do- 



Services, cutting wood-. 
100 lbs. chloride of lime - 



Total amount expended S 17,708 88 



81 61 
17 80 

100 40 
105 00 

114 84 

115 00 

82 50 
112 50 
100 16 
118 67 
102 94 
120 00 
112 50 

68 21 
112 50 
118 67 
80 73 
90 00 

102 74 
97 50 
165 00 
180 00 
135 00 
135 00 
150 00 
112 50 
107 98 
205 48 
120 00 
75 00 
150 00 
117 38 
102 67 

74 19 
70 88 
72 58 

75 00 
45 86 
95 93 

650 



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Rbport of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 33. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 
(Provision for library and amusement of patient*.) 



Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1906-1004. unexpended 

September 80 f 1904 _ _. $ J 58 54 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 156 SI 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1906, Laws 1906, page 200.] 



— 9 



£>«*€. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1904 




Nov. 10 


28424 


10 


28425 


Dec. 6 


28693 


1905 




Jan. 6 


29119 


6 


29420 


6 


29421 


6 


29422 


6 


29423 


6 


29424 


6 


29425 


« 


29426 



• /«« 



For what *rp«nd*d. 



Lea Bros. A Co._ | Books . 

Year Book Publishers do_ 

Rural Spirit 



Meyers A Sons, Jos. 

Fatten Bros. 

Putnam, G. W 

Rodgers & Co., Geo K.„ 
Saunders <fc Co., W. B— 

Spa, The. 

Warner, M.O 

Will, Geo. C — . 



Subscription. 



Notions _. 

Books 

Notions 

Fancy paper 

Books 

Nuts„_ 

Tuning piano 

Musical supplies 



Total amount expended. 



18 ( 
5 •: 
8( 



15 S 

ISC 
30 
60 

67 4 
SO 

15 9 



158 3 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 34. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

{For payment of the expense* of lighting and for the purchase of supplies and fixture* fn 

lighting.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 _ $ 5,014 01 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September SO, 1906, inclusive 1,893 81 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 8,120 23 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 200.] 



Datt. 


No. of 
warrant. 


1905 

Jan. 6 


1 
29415 


6 

6 

Mar. 16 


29416 
29417 
30504 


April 18 
June 9 


30911 
31518 



In wkooo favor. 



For what oxpendod. 



Citizens' Light A Trac- I 

tion Co I Lighting _ 

Reed, 8. W _ ___( Salary, engineer 

Simeral. R. W ' do 

Citizens' Light & Trac- I 

tion Co Electrical materials- 
General Electric Co j do 

do I —do 



Total amount expended. 



1,294 6? 

195 a 
105 a 

90 * 
40® 



$ 1,893*1 



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Report op Secretary op State. 



129 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 35. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

(for the purchase of machinery, farming implements, etc.) 

Balance o/ the appropriation for the two yean 1908-1901. unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 1,194 97 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 1,192 00 

* 2 97 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900.. 



[Act February 24, 1906, Laws 1906, page 200.] 



Dole 




1004 




Nov. 


10 


1906 




Jan. 


6 




6 




6 




6 




« 




14 


Mar. 






No. of 



28427 

20437 
29488 
29439 
29440 
29441 
29687 

80181 



In wAoM/avor. 



Will, Geo. C. 



Sewing machine, etc.. 

Saunders' machine 

Wheel for macblne 

Meat cutter 



Gauld A Kline 

Manning A Ferguson 
Spencer Hardware Co._ 

wade A Co., R. M ' Hardware 

WlgginR, F. A ■ Implements 

Campbell Fanning Mill i 

Co., The M I Fanning mill, etc - 

Manning A Ferguson \ Harrow 



Total amount expended 



76 25 

978 00 

8 00 
20 50 

58 75- 
220 

80 80 
13 50 



$ 1,192 00 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 36. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

{For payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing the closed cottage* 
barns, additional buildings, and additions to buildings,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1906-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 807 92 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 288 41 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 9 19 51 

[Act February 24, 1906, Laws 1906, page 200.] 



Tor- 
Dec 6 

1906 
Jan. 6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



No. 9/ 
warrunt. 



In vAoM/OTor. 



28701 Capital Improvement 



29442 Barr, Theo M 

29148 Brown A Lehman 

29444 Gauld A Kline Co 

29445 | Goodale Lumber Co... 

29446 "' 
29447 
29448 
29449 



Manning A Ferguson — 

Murphy, J. E. — 

Petzel, M. J 

Spencer Hardware Co.— 



Cement, etc 



Plumbing materials.. 

Lumber * 

Plumbing materials.. 

Lumber 

Machine bolts 

Tiling 

Plumbing materials- 
Fuse, etc 



Total amount expended.. 



180 00 

660 
14 78 
7 62 
111 62 
1 40 
886 
770 
605 



141 



SfiC'Y— pt. II. 9 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 37. 



OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

(For the payment of the expenses of the general repair* and improvements.) 

Balance of the appropriation tor the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 80 f 1904 f 822 07 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 818 90 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 8 08 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, page 200.] 



Dot: 


No. of 




warrant. 


1904 




Nov. 10 


28426 


Dec. 6 


28095 


6 


23696 


6 


28097 


6 


28698 





28699 


6 


28700 


1905 




Jan. 6 


29427 


6 


29128 





29429 





29480 





29431 





29482 





29433 





29484 





29185 





29180 



In whoee faoor. 



Goodale Lumber Co 

Capital Improvement 

Co 

Gilbert & Baker 

Gillen Chambers Co 

Hughes Co., Jno. 

Petzel, M. J 

Spencer Hardware Co.— 



For what expended. 



Barr, Theo M._ ... 

Capital Lumbering Co. 

Gilbert & Baker - 

Goodale Lumber Co 

Hughes Co., Jno. 

Morley, Walter 

Murphy, J. E._ 

Petzel, M. J. 

Wade & Co., R. M. 

Willamet e Iron A Steel 
Works 



Lumber 

Lime and Cement 

Glass, etc 

Cement 

Lead, oil, etc 

Plumbing materials, etc.. 
Hardware 

Plumbing materials 

Lumber 

Prunes 

Fence posts 

Posts, paint, etc 

Fend ng 

Tiling 

Plumbing materials 

Hardware 

Repairing steam pump.. 



41 60 

63 50 

48 00 
26 00 

42 4) 
81 83 
46 51 

30 72 

49 83 
400 

14 95 

23 90 
25 77 
59 90 
38 47 

24 28 

198 05 



Total amount expended 



| $ 813 99 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 38. 

OREGON STATE INSANE A8YLUM. 

( Transportation of insane and idiotic persons.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 $ 8,793 03 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 8,480 05 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1900 $ 8,312 98 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 200] 



Date. 



Ao. of 
warrant. 

— I9D4 

Oct. 22 28842 

22 28848 

25 I 28346 

25 I 28847 

25 2SJJ8 

25 28849 

25 2X3,50 

29 28363 

29 28304 



i favor. 



For what expended. 



COUNTY. NO. PATIENTS. 

Llnville. Thos. , Clatsop. one 

Taylor, T. D Umatilla one 

McClallen, H. T Douglas one 

Galvln, Torn. Josephine —one _ 

Miller, Henry ! Jackson one 

Dougherty, Mrs. E. J._J Multnomah two 

Penlngton, C. C I Union one 

Dougherty, Mrs. E. J.__i Multnomah two 

Council, J. W. ! Washington one 



TOM 
72 25 
87 50 
33 05 
00 50 
53 50 
76 75 
5*45 
29 50 



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131 



STATEMENT XII-Exhibit No. 88-Cbncteded. 



Date. 1 *•• V 



/» wtoM /«*er. 



1901 




Nov. 3 


28309 


4 


28H74 


10 


28892 


11 


28441 


11 


28442 


15 


28454 


15 


28588 


15 


28584 


19 


28588 


25 


28607 


25 


28008 


28 


28658 


28 


28651 


28 


28655 


28 


28656 


28 


28657 


30 


28662 


Dec. 1 


28663 


2 


28665 


6 


28691 


6 


28702 


6 


28703 


14 


28757 


14 


28809 


14 


28810 


19 


28869 


20 


28872 


21 


28876 


22 


28877 


27 


28885 


28 


28886 


30 


28908 


30 


28904 


1905 




Jan. 4 


29254 


7 


29455 


April 20 


81019 



Linvllle, Thos 

Culver, W. J 

Galller, Stephen 

Flsk. Fred 

Brown, H. K 

Pen I ng ton, C. C 

Shaver, J. R 

Connell.J.W 

Officer, Mrs. Sylvia A._ 

Culver, W.J 

Keeton, P. L 

Snyder, A. M 

McClallen, H. T 

Bown, H. L 

Ross, J. H 

Shaver, J. R. 



COUNTY. NO. PATIENTS. 

Clatsop one 

Marlon three 

Coos one 

Lane one 

Baker one 

Union one 

Clackamas one 

WaHhlngton one 

Grant one _'. 

Marlon one 

W heeler one 

Coos —one 

Douglas one 

Lane one 

Lincoln ..one 

» uaY «7., «. *. Clackamas one 

Davis, C. P.— — ~ Umatilla two _ 

~ Douglas one 

Union .. one 

Gilliam one 

Tillamook one 

Klamath one 

Marlon one 

Lane one 

Multnomah two 

Wasco one 

Clatsop one 

Multnomah three 

Marlon one 

Wasco one 

Douglas one 

Multnomah one 

Clackamas one 



McClallen, H.T.. 

Pentngton, C. C 

Sweeten, T. D 

McNamer, J no 

Marchand, Nestor.. 

Mlnto, H. P 

Bown, H.. 



Dougherty, Mrs. E. J... 

Sexton, F. C 

Houchton, E. M 

Dougherty, Mrs. E. J., 

Culver, W. J 

Sexton. F. C 

, McClallen, H. T 

I Dougherty, Mrs. E. J._ 
1 Shaver, Jno. R 



Folsom, Louis 

Jaqulsh, E. N 

Multnomah County- 



Total amount expended 



Marion 

Lake — 

Multnomah 



. — one 

. one 

— -seventy - 



47 20 

24 00 
116 75 

27 75 
91 75 

83 76 
18 45 
29 50 
98 45 

800 

84 75 
128 00 

87 50 

15 45 

28 05 
13 45 
83 29 
22 70 

79 75 

48 25 

80 75 
70 15 

800 

25 25 
61 85 
39 26 
44 95 
67 46 

800 
59 50 
37 60 

16 96 
12 95 

550 

21*26 

1,107 70 



$ 8,480 05 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 39. 

ORPHANS AND FOUNDLINGS. 

{For support and maintenance of indigent under the age of fourteen year*, during 

the year 1909.) 

Balance of appropriation for the year 1903, unexpended September 30, 

1904 ..-. „_ .- . $ 9,005 62 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, Inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 9,005 62 

[Section 8599, Code.] 



- 


No. of 

* 


In who** favor. 


For what txpendtd. 


Amount. 






! 


, ( 




1 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 40. 

ORPHANS AND FOUNDLINGS. 

(For support and maintenance of indigent under the age of fourteen year*, during 

the year 1906.) 

Balance of appropriation for the year 1904, unexpended September 80, 

1004 _._.. -•—.— -- . — __ $ ^tQ^$ ^ 

Amount expended, October 1, 1004, to September 80, 1900, Inclusive 970 61 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 8,066 43 

[Section 8569, Code.] 



Date, 


No. of 
warrant. 


In whose favor. 


For what expended. 


iflmmt. 


1905 

Jan. 14 


29607 
29606 
29782 


St. Mary's Home at St. 
Paul 


Relief furnished 

do 


9 


288 92r 


14 


St. Agnes Foundling 
Asylum 

St. Mary's Home at 
Beaverton 


406 04 


21 




825 65- 


Total 


amoun 


t expended 





9 


070 6L 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 41. 

PATTON HOME. 

(For aid of, in quarterly installments of $£50.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended . 
September 80, 1901 $ 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive.^— 



260 00 
250 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1906, Laws 1903, page 208.] 



. 6— 



Dot*. 


No. of 
warrant. 


In whoee favor. 


For what expended. 


A~-,. 


1906 
Jan. 1 


29002 


Clarke, Louis K., Treas. 


Aid, quarter ending Dec. 81, 1904 


t 2S000* 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 42. 

NONRESIDENT POOR. 

( For refund to the several counties of the expenses incurred and paid by them, 
for support of.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 f 4,728 01 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 40 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1906, page 208.] 



$ 4,688 01 



~ 1904 
Nov. 18 



No. of 



28550 



In wkoee favor, 



Coos County. 



Repayment, sundry claims 



40 0O 



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133 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 43. 

SALARY OF GOVERNOR. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 t 875 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 876 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 



[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1908, page 145.] 



Dot*, ijjj'gf 


/» whooofamor. 


For what oxpondod. 


Amount. 


Jan. 1 ! 28911 


Chamberlain, Geo. E.~ 


Salary, Governor ... .... .,.. 


% 875 00 


i 







STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 44. 

PRIVATE SECRETARY TO GOVERNOR. 

{For payment of the salary of, including salary as clerk of Board of Trustee* of the Oregon 

State Insane Asylum, clerk of the Public Building Commission, and clerk of 

the Board of Capitol Building Commissioners.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 
8eptember80, 1904. $ 525 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 625 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1908, page 145.] 



itafe. 


Ho. of 
warrant. 


fa whooo favor. 


For what oxpondod. 


Amtomnt. 


1905 
Jan. 1 


28976 


Gatens, W. N 


Salary, private secretary, etc 


6 52500 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 45. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

{For payment of the salary of.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1906-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 _ S 225 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 225 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $-. 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 145.] 



DaU. I *•••/ 



In whoom favor. 



For what otpondod. 



Toy- i 1 

Jan. l | 28977 I Bhelton, Carolyn B Salary, clerk and stenographer 



8 22500 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 46. 



FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 

(Construction of fishway over fall* of the Willamette River at Oregon City.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1900-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1TO4„_ % 3,779 80 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 8,779 80 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $. 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 807.] 



Date. 



1904 

Dec. 7 

7 

1906 

Oct. 11 

11 



No.*/ 
warrant. 



28722 
29723 



83126 
33127 



In whose favor. 



MoflatLJ. W 

Rands, Ernest P.. 



Jones, Harry 

Tee. Alfred S 



For what expended. 



Plans and extra work on contract- S 230 00 
Final payment on contract ■ 2,973 50 



Services enlarging pools 

Maps and surveys 



Total amount expended... 



536 00 
30 SO 



$ 8,779 80 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 47. 



fisheries department. 



. (For operation and maintenance of salmon fish hatcheries on coast streams of the State oj 
Oregon south of the Columbia River.) 

Balance of the appropriation, act filed in the office of the Secretary of 

State February 21, 1908, unexpended September 30, 1904 $ 381 87 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 381 37 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $. 

[Act February 21, 1903, Laws 1903, page 150.] 



No. of 
warrant. 



In whose favor. 



For what expended. 



1904 



Nov. 2 
2 
2 
2 
2 

Dec. 7 


28610 
24611 
2S612 
28618 
28614 
28721 


1906 
Jan. 9 


29495 



McMillan, N.W ___ 

Hhupe, J. H 

Stldham, S 

Wallace, James 

Honeyman-Kinney Co. 
Pilkington Bros 



Hill,T. H.. 



Labor, Umpqua Hatchery 8 

.— do___ i 

-_- -do I 

.—do _ ! 

Heine. South Coos River Hatchery. 
Blackstnithiug, Umpqua River 
Hatchery , 

Superintendent, Umpqua River | 
Hatchery | 



58 (X 
58 01 
94 0( 
60 01 
16 £ 

921 



85 41 



Total amount expended 1 t 381 & 



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135 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 48. 



FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 

{For payment of salary and expense* of Matter Fish Warden and salary and expenses of 

Deputy Fish Warden.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1901, unexpended 

September 80,1904 * 1,G74 97 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 1,448 27 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 9 228 70 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1908, page 147.[ 

Salary of Master Fish Warden, $2,500 per annum. 



96.0/ 



1«S~ 




Jan. 9 


29485 


9 


29186 


9 


29487 


9 


29488 


9 


29489 


9 


29190 


9 


29491 


9 


29492 


9 


29498 


9 


29494 



In tohote favor. 



Van Dusen, H. G 

do 

Barney, C. E 

Griffin, J. N 

Page, Chas. H 

Palm berg, C. G 

Sherman Transfer Co 

Whitney, J. R 

Webster, H. A 

do 



For what axpondod. 



Salary, Master Fish Warden ; S 

Expenses, Master Fish Warden < 

Salary, clerk ! 

Stationery | 

Office rent | 

Lumber 

Coal I 

Printing.. 



Services, Deputy Fish Warden 

Expenses, Deputy Fish Warden ... 



Total amount expended. 



625 00 
187 60 
189 00 
22 90 
80 00 
11 60 
7 20 
17 78 
250 00 
157 10 



* 1,448 27 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 49. 

HEALTH OFFICERS. 

(For payment of the salaries of % at Astoria, Coos Bay, Gardiner, and Yaquina.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904... __ __ $ 550 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September SO, 1906, Inclusive 550 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 147.] 



Mo. of 



For what expended. 



1905" 
Jan. ] ; 

] 

1 I 
lj 



28967 | 



28070 



Henderson, H. L i Salary, health officer, Astoria I 8 

Straw, E. E Salary, health officer, Coos Bay. 

Wetmore, J. D Halary, health officer, Yuqulna I 

Patterson, Alex M _ Salary, health officer, Gardiner — 



250 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



Total amount expended I 8 550 00 



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136 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 50. 

BOATMAN AT ASTORIA. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1004. unexpended 
September 80, 1904.- f 125 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 125 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Section 4088, Code.] 



$~ 



1906" 
Jan. 1 



No.o/ 
warrant. 



28971 



In whose favor. 



James Keating. 



For what expended. 



Boatman at Astoria | $ 125 (X 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 51. 

INDIAN WAR VETERANS. 

{For paying the veterans of the Indian Wart of 1856-1866 who served under and by virtue q 
the direction of the officer* of Oregon Territory, for their said service,) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904. 



Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive — 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1901, page 228.] 



Date. 1 So '°f t 
warrant. 

1 


In whose /amor. 


For what expended. 


iMMrf. 


I 
_ _J 















STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 52. 

SALARY OF CLERK AND ASSI8TANT, OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 $ 169 85 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive. 150 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1908— — $ 19 85 

(Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.) 



Date. ATo. o/ In whose favor. 
1 warrant. ' 


For what expended. 


Amownt. 


1905 ! 1 
Jan. 1 28990 | Van Winkle, I. H _ 


Salary, clerk and assistant j $ 150 C 

l 



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137 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 53. 

SALARY OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Balance of appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended Sep- 
tember 30, 1904 $ 750 CO 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 750 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 



[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



Da**. 


If: 9/ 
warrant. 


In whoso favor. 


For what exponded. 


Amount. 


1605 
<Jfltn. 1 


28914 


Crawford, A. M. 


Salary, Attorney General 


750 00 









STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 54. 

SALARIES OF JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS AND PROSECUTING 
ATTORNEYS AND DEPUTIES. 
Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 % 17,521 39 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, Inclusive 17,521 89 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 $ 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 146.] 



ISOo" 

Jan. 



No. of 



In whoa* favor. 



For what oxpondtd. 



26927 

28928 
28929 



28932 



28937 



28940 
28941 
28942 



Benson, H. L 

Hanna, H. K 

Hamilton, J. W 

Burnett, Geo. H 

Galloway, Wm 

Frazer, Arthur L 

Sears, Alfred, Jr. 

Cleland, J no. B. 

George, Melvln C. 

McBrlde, Thomas A.- 
Ellis, W.R 

Brad shaw, W. L 

Eakln, R 

Davis, Geo. E 

Reames, A. E. 

Moore, W. J 



Salary, J udge, 1st Judicial District- 
ed 



28944 
28945 
28946 
28917 
28948 
28949 
28950 
28051 
28952 



Brown, Geo. M 

McNary, John H 

Manning, John 

Adams, Harry B. 

Moser, G. C 

Allen, Harrison 

Schubel, C 

Abercrombie, Chas. H.. 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B. 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Collier, H. E 

Menefee, Frank 



Salary, Judge, 2d Judicial District- 
Salary, Judge. 3d Judicial District. 

do 

Salary, Judge, 4th Judicial District. 

do 

do 

do 

Salary, Judge, 5th Judicial District. 

Salary, Judge, 6th J udlclal District. 

Salary, Judge, 7th Judicial District. 

Salary, Judge, 8th Judicial District. 

Salary, Judge, 9th J udlclal District. 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 1st 
Prosecuting Attorney District... 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 2d 
Prosecuting Attorney District — 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 2d 
Judicial District 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 3d 
Judicial District 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 4th 
J udlclal District 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 4th Judicial District 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 4th Judicial District 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 5th , 
Judicial District | 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 5th Judicial District 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 5th Judicial District 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 5th J udicial District 

Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 5th Judicial District 

Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 6th 
Judicial District. 



Salary, Deputy Prosecuting Attor- 
ney, 6th Judicial District- 



Salary, Prosecuting Attorney, 7th 
Judicial District 



Total amount expended 



$ 17,521 39 



750 00 
760 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 

500 00 

375 00 

1,000 00 

1,037 50 

1,000 00 

450 00 

450 00 

675 00 

125 00 

150 00 

75 00 

125 00 

600 00 

150 00 

806 89 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 55. 
fugitives from justice. 

(For expenses necessarily incurred in the arrest and return of, to the State of Oregon,) 
Balance of the appropriation for the two years. 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1901 _ $ 960 41 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 618 85 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 341 56 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 203.] 



Nov. 14 

Dec. 9 

20 

1905 

Feb. 11 



So. of > 
warrant. 



In what* fanor. 



28449 ' Mlnto, H. P 

28740 Taylor, T. D 

28870 I Snow, F. J., and Kerri- 

gan, J no. F 

Day, Jos. 



For what expended. 



29973 i 



Expensesreturnlng Arthur Farrow $ 90 90 

Expenses returning Geo. W. Ditty. 275 10 

Expenses returning Chas. Keith I 158 70 

Expenses returning S. M. Smith—. 94 15 



Total amount expended _ $ 618 85 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 56. 

STATE LIBRARY. 
{For the purchase of books, bookcases, papers, etc.; /or payment of the expenses of cata- 
loguing, and for the payment of the contingent. expenses.) 
Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904. unexpended 

September 30, 1904 $ 1,119 71 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 909 61 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Act Fobruary 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



210 10 



Dot: 


So. of 




warrant. 


"~T904~ 


... 


Nov. 12 


28447 


19 


28868 


1905 




Jan. 14 


29609 


14 


29610 


14 


29011 


14 


29612 


14 


29613 


14 


29614 


14 


29615 


14 


29616 


14 


29617 


14 


2961 8 


14 


29619 


14 


29620 


14 


29621 


14 


29622 


20 


29678 


20 


29679 


20 


296H0 


20 


29681 


20 


29682 


20 


29683 


20 


296X4 


20 


29685 


20 


29686 


20 


29687 


20 


29688 


20 


29689 


20 


29690 


20 


29691 


20 


29092 


Mar. 6 


30390 


Oct. 4 


88005 


IS 


88224 


13 


88225 



In whoto favor. 



For what oxpondtd. 



The Pacific Monthly ' Subscription i 

Polk A Co., R. L Directory of Salem A Marlon Co.__ 

Capital Journal ; Subscription 

Oregonian, The do 

Oregon Journal do ! 

Oregon State Journal do • 

Polk County Observer do , 



1 Salem Oregon Stat'sm'n' do_. 

i I West Side Enterprise--!- do ._ 



Pacific states T. A T.Co. Phone service 

Patton Bros. stationery — 

Rodvers A Co., Geo. F.__ Binding books, etc. . 

Wade A Co., R. M Aluminum numbers 

Welch A White Cartage 

Wells Fargo & Co ExprcsKoge 

Western Union T. Co.— Telegraphic service.. 

Albany Law Journal Co. Books 

American Law Book Co do 

Bancroft- Whitney Co do 

Boston Book Co. do 

Callaghan A Co. do 

Canada Law Book Co do 

The Carswell Co , do 

Central Law Journal Co. do 

Johnson A Co., T A J.W. do — 

Lawyers' Cooperative ■ 

Publishing Co __do 

Little. Brown A Co do 

The Mlchie Co do 

Review Publishing Co.. Subscription 
Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.__ ' "* * " 

Went Publishing Co 

Polk A Co., R. L 

Ronald Press Co., The— 

Canada Law Book Co.— ' do. 

Remlck, Schilling A Co do 



Binding briefs _ _ 

Books — — I 

Oregon and Washington GazateerJ 
Books 1 



Total amount expended. 



f 1 00 


350 


600 


10 40 


5 00 


200 


1 fiO 


19 00 


1 50 


9 00 


1100 


161 25 


7 21 


2 82 


4 00 


3 38 


9 76 


18 00 


54 00 


69 tU 


14 75 


23 30 


265 50 


16 40 


5 50 


10 00 


19 50 


900 


15 00 


480 


70 95 


700 


6 25 


30 15 


12 00 



j f 909 61 



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139 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 57. 

SALARY OF STATE LIBRARIAN. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1«M _ -— - $ 250 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 190*, to September 30, 1900, Inclusive 250 00 



Balance unexpended September 80. 1908 $.. 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1908, page 146.] 



1905 
Jan. 1 



So. of 



In wXom favor. 



For tchat axpondtd. 



Putnam, J. B I Salary, State Llbrarian- 



,.J $ 250 00 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 58. 

SUPREME COURT REPORTS. 

{For the poyment of the expense* of printing and binding.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 190K-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904.. - 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 



$ 8,600 00 
1,800 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 1,800 00 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1908, page 147.] 



No. of 



In wAom favor. 



1964 
Nov. 28 



28658 



Whitney, J. R. ! Printing and Binding 44th Oregon 

I Report 



$ 1,800 00- 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 59. 

SUPREME COURT. 

{For payment of the salaries of the three justices, clerk and deputy clerks, official reporter v 

stenographers and clerks for the justices, services of bailiffs, and the 

general and contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 _ 9 9,116 88 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 5,754 63 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1908 8 8,862 25 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1903, page 146.] 



In who** favor. 



For what expended. 



T904~ 
Oct. 22 
Nov. 15 

15 
1905 
Jan. l 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



28844 
28451 
28452 

28016 
28917 
28918 
28919 



. Morrow, Robert G.. 

Moorhouse. Lee 

Waffle, D. B 



Salary, Court Reporter... 

Sundry cash advances 

■ Salary, Bailiff. 



28921 



Moore, Frank A 

Wolverton, Unas. E.. 

Beau, Robert S 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S.„. 

Moorhouse, Lee. 

McConnell, Henry 

Vaughan, Ida H 

GUllngham, Ed. N... 



I Salary, Chief Justice 

j Salary, Associate Justice.. 
do 

Salary, Clerk— 

Salary, Deputy Clerk 

do 

j Salary, Stenographer 

do 

Salary, Bailiff. 



$ 500 0O 

I 27 85 

25 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00- 

i 1,125 00 

750 00 

225 00 

150 00 

225 00 

; 30000- 

176 78 



Total amount expended $ 5,754 63- 



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140 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 60. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY, SPECIAL SESSION, 1908. 

{For the payment of the per diem and mileage of the Senators and Representative* and the 
general and contingent expenses of the Legislative Assembly of the Stale of Oregon, 
in Special Session, convened December tl, 1908, pursuant to proclama- 
tion of the Governor of the State of Oregon, dated 
November tl, 1905.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 8 1.882 44 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 



. S 1,682 44 



[Act February 28, 1908, Laws, Special Session, 1908, page 18.] 



No. of 



Inwhooofm 



For total oxpondod. 



I 



I 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 61. 

TWENTY-SECOND BIENNIAL SE8SION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY 

{For payment of mileage, per diem, clerk hire of Senators and Representative*, and other 

expenses thereof.) 

Balance of tbe appropriation for tbe two years 1908-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 . S 5*589 82 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive . 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 S 5,689 82 

[Act February 19, 1908, Laws 1908, page 118.] 



No. of 



I 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 62. 

LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION COMMISSION. 

{For celebrating the one hundredth anniversary of the exploration of the Oregon Country by 

Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, during thHr expedition from the 

Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, in the years 1901,-1906-1806. 

Balance of the appropriation provided by act of January 80, 1908, un- 
expended September 80, 1904 8384,678 21 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September HO, 1906, Inclusive 237,668 86 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 8 47,014 85 

[Act January 80, 1908, Laws 1908, pages 6-14.] 



1904 
•Oct. 25 
Nov. 7 I 
7 

7 

7 I 

7 I 



No.o/ 



In vhooe favor. 



For what oxpondod. 



28345 ■' Hare, W. G Attendant, St. Louis Exposition.. 1 8 64 00 

2S376 | Wehrung, W. H Gen. Supt., St, Louis Exposition..! 800 00 

28877 I Galloway, Ohas. V Attendant, St. Louis Exposition.. 120 00 

28878 Johnson, William T._ do I 120 00 

28379 Mellis, Fred R do.— 1 120 00 

28380 ; Robinson, R. F do ■ 120 00 

28381 I Rosenthal, Chester do '. ; 40 00 



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141 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. ^-Continued. 



No. of 



—mi 

Nov. 



In. who** favor. 



18 
1* 
18 
18 

19 
19 



. 19 

22 
26 

28 
26 

!. 2 

5 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
16 
15 
15 
15 
15 



28884 
28885 
28561 
28502 
28564 
28564 
28505 
28560 



28570 
*571 
28572 
28578 
28674 
28575 
28576 



28579 
28580 
28581 
28562 

23584 



Scott, Chester 

Sheldon, E. P 

Wehrung, Ethel G. 

Wisdom, Lay too 

Scott, R 

Spencer, F. A. 

Thomas, Warren E 

Young, F. G 

Erixon, F. A 

Fox, David F 

Glltner. Edmond C 

Goodall, Georee O 

Weyant, D. H. 

Gill Co., The J. K._ 
Helms, A. D. _ 
Howe, Davis A Kllham. 
Paciflc States T. A T. Co, 

Postal Tel. Cable Co 

Prael, Hegele A Co 

Shields, 8. 8 

8ml th Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Wakeman A Morse 

Transfer Co 

Western Union Tel. Co.. 
Journal Publishing Co._| 

Oregonian Pub. Co ;. 

Salem Oregon States- | 
man 



Attendant, St. Louis Exposition.. 

izzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzdozzzzzzzzzz™" -- 

Expenses, commissioner. 
do 

do 
do 



su perintendent of construction. 

Services and expenses 

Secretary of commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 
Attendant, St. Louis Exposition.. 

Stationery 

125 boxes apple** 

Blanks for school exhibits 

Phone service 

Telegraphic services.* 

Museum Jars 

18 boxes apples 

Paper, etc 



Cartage and freights 

Telegraphic service 

Publishing notices 

do 



Myers. Jefferson 

United States National 
Bank, treasurer 

Bennett, J. E 



Burrell Construction Co. 



do 



28580 I do._ 



28660 

28501 

28597 
28650 

28651 
280B2 

28664 
28071 
28700 
28710 
28711 
28712 
28718 
28714 
28715 
28710 
28717 
28718 
28817 
28818 
28819 



Lynds, E. A 

Wakefield, Robert... 



Lyman. H. S 

First National Bank, 

Hood River i 

Zirnglebel, J. P I 

Burrell Construction Co.; 



Savage, Albert 

Causey, M. L ' 

Wehrung, W. H 

Galloway, Chas. V j 

Johnson. Wra. T i 

Mellis, Fred R 

Robinson. R. F 

Rosenthal, Chester 

Scott, Gilbert 

Sheldon, E. P 

Wehrung, Ethel G 

Wisdom, Layton 

Albert, J. H 

Flanders, J. C. 

Harry, G. Y 

Scott, R. 

Williams, Frank 



Expenses, commissioner 

8undryca8h advances 

'7th payment constructlonState's 

Building 

6th payment construction Ad- 

. ministration Building , 

Final payment contract mooring 

logs 

6th payment construction Festi-' 

val Hall 

4tb payment construction For- 

. estry Building , 

1st payment construction Machin- 
ery. Electricity A Transporta- 
tion Building 

1st payment construction Festival 

Hall No. 2 

6th payment construction Liberal 

Arts Buildl ng 

Attendant SU Louis Exposition 

289 boxes fancy apples 

Painting signs 

7th payment construction Festival 
Hall 

Crating pine cones 

Services, etc., secuiingexhlbits 

Gen. Supt.. St. Louis Exposition.. 

Attendant, St. Louis Exposition 

.— do 

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZ 

Expenses, commissioner 

"""ZZIZZZZZZZZdoIZZZ 

do. 



do.. 



.. 



120 00 
120 00 
75 00 
120 00- 
174 55 
242 00 
198 00 

22 80 
200 00 

20 00 
158 55 
108 60* 
170 50 

5 55 
250 00 
266 87 

19 45 

6 50 
68 88 
30 00 

1 80 

23 66 
81 86 
11 05 
19 95 

14 70 
322 .50 

1,930 03 
10,400 00- 

1,000 00 
7,542 40 

8,160 00 

1,874 40 

6,380 00 
183 20- 

478 00 
144 00 

10,353 20 

225 00 

361 06 

800 00 

120 00 

120 00 

120 00 

80 00- 

40 00 

120 00 

120 00 

75 00- 

120 00 

808 50 

161 00 

450 

86 00- 

16 50* 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. Mr-Continued. 



Dat: 


Ho.nf 




warrant. 

1 


ldto 




Dec. 15 


28822 


15 


2882S 


Dec. 15 


28824 


15 


28825 


15 


28826 


15 


28827 


15 


28828 


15 


28829 


15 


28880 


15 


28881 


15 


28832 


15 


28833 


15 


2K8S4 


15 


28835 


15 


28836 


15 


28837 


15 


28838 


15 


28839 


15 


28840 


J5 


28841 


15 


2*842 


15 


28843 


15 


28844 


15 


28845 


15 


28846 


15 


28847 


15 


28848 


16 


28849 


16 


28850 


16 


28851 


17 


28852 


17 


28858 


23 


28881 


23 


28882 


23 


28883 


23 


28884 


28 


28887 


28 


28888 


1905 




Jan. 21 


29700 


21 


29701 


21 


29702 


21 


29703 


21 


29704 


21 


29705 


21 


29706 


21 


29707 


21 


29708 


21 


29709 


21 


29710 


21 


29711 


21 


29712 


21 


29713 


. 21 


29714 


21 


29715 


21 


29716 



In wkof/ator. 



For what atpmdid. 



Erlxon,F. A 

ailtner, Edmond C 

Goodall, George O. 

Lyman, H. S 

Weyant, D. H 

Brown, David 

Bu rrell Construction Co. 

Calif Bros 

Flelschner, Mayer A Co. 

Geer, Judd 

Holiday, A 

Hough, John E 

Howe, Davis A Kilham. 
Kiltaam Stationery Co- 
Lewis A Clark Centen- 
nial Exposition 

Moorebouse A Co., E. H. 

The Oregonlan 

Pacific Stares T. A T. Co. 

Park, Charles A 

Porter, R. R 

Reld, James H 

Smith-Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Van der Baan, F. 

Wadhams A Kerr Bros. 
Wakeman A Morse 

Transfer Co 

Western Union Tel. Co- 
ll. S. National Bank, 

treasurer „ 

Bu rrell Construction Co. 

Lynds, E. A. 

Wakefield, Robert 



Burrell Construction Co. 



Prael, Hegele A Co 

Gale, A. f. 

Mellis, Fred R 

Prince, Thomas 

Weber, R. H 

Bennett, J. F 



do 



Erlxon, F. A 

Giltner, Edmond C 

Goodall, Geo. O 

Churchill, J. A. • 



Lenders, J, S 

Robinson, R. F 

Weyant, D. H 

Young, F. G 

Apple Growers' Union. 
Baldwin Sheep A Land 

Co 

Brown, C. H 

Bushnell, H. C 

Eastern A Western 

Lumber Co. 

Gill Co., ThP J. K 

Jackson A Co., E. 8. 

Mellis. F. R 

Moo rehouse A Co., E. H 



Superintendent of construction.. 

Secretary of commission 

Ass't secretary of commission.... 

Supt. educational exhibit 

Ass't sii pt. mining exhibit 

Expenses, Portland to St. Louis.. 

Moving logs to fair grounds 

Bookcases 

Stationery, etc 

48 boxes apples 

50 boxes apples.. 



56 boxes apples 

Paper 

Stencil 



Office rent 

Pictures 

Publishing notices for bids 

Phone rent 

Pears and apples 

'25 boxes apples 

Fruits 



Stationery 

100 pounds walnuts 

Jars 



Cartage 

Telegraphic service- 



Sundry cash advances 

5th payment construction For- 
estry Building 

2d payment construction Festival 

Hall No. 2 

7th and 8th payments construction 

Liberal Arts Building 

2d payment construction MaO 
chlnery, Electricity and Trans- 
portation Building . V 

1st payment construction Min- 

I ing Building j 

Crockery 

75 boxes apples 

Supt. mining exhibit 

200 pounds walnuts 

100 boxes apples 

8th payment construction State's 

Building _ 

6th payment construction Admin- 
istration Building 

Superintendent of construction 

Secretary of commission 

Ass't secretary of commission 

Expenses securing educational 
exhibit 

Expenses securing mining exhibit. 

Expenses, commissioner 

107 boxes apples 



Freight on sheep . 

25 boxes apples 

25 boxes apples — 



Drying pine cones 

Stationery 

Insurance premiums . 

Cabinets 

Framing pictures 



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143 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit &o. &- Continued. 



fete. I *»• •/ 



In »Am« favor. 



M 

Jan. 21 29717 

211 29718 

21 ' 29719 

21 29720 



21 
21 
21 
21 • 
21 . 
21 
21 
21 ' 
21 ' 



29721 
29722 
29723 
29724 
29725 
29726 
29727 
29728 
20729 



21 29780 



24' 29731 



24 

24 



29733 
29784 



Feb. 23 30810 
23 80811 
23 , 30*12 
23 80813 
23, 80814 
23 I 80815 
80316 
80617 
80818 
30819 
8082O 



80821 

80622 



23 80824 

23 | 80825 

23i 80826 

23 80J27 

23! 80628 

23 80829 

23 80880 

23' 80638 

23| 80636 

2B 80387 



*ar. 1 I 80355 

11 80498 

16 . 80507 

16 I 30508 



80509 
80510 
80511 
80512 
80518 
80514 



Pacific 8 tales T. A T. Co. 

Prael, Hegele A Co. 

Smith-Premier Type- 
writer Co. 

Wake man A Morse 
Transfer Co. 

Whitney, J. R 

Wehrung, W. H 

Galloway, Chas. V 

Johnson, Wm. T. _ 

Hbeidon,~E.~P.~ ~~~" 

Wehrung, Ethel G 

Wisdom, Lay ton 

Barrell Construction Co. 



"I 



Phone service »„ 
Jars 



Stationery. 



-do . 



U. 8. National Bank, 

treasurer 

Riser, F. H 

Bennett, J. E 



' Cartage and freight 

Printing blanks, etc ___ 

Gen. Supt., St. Louis Exposition.. 

1 Attendant, SL Louis Exposition — 

! - do- 

6th payment construction Forestry 

Building _ _ 

2d payment construction Mining) 

Building I 

Final construction Machinery, V 
Electricltyand Transportation | 
Building J 



Erixon, P. A 

Giltner. Edmond C ! 

Goodall, George O 

Robinson, R. P 

8cott, R 

Sheldon, Edmund P. 

Weyant, D. H 

Williams, Frank 

Breezee, F. I 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Lewis A Clark Centen- 
nial, etc 

Moorhouse, Lee 

Moorhouse A Co., E. H.. 
Northwestern Trans- 
fer Co 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Park, C. A 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.. 
Sharkey A Co^ John P. 
Wadnams A Kerr Bros. 
Wakeman A Morse 

Transfer Co 

Western Union Tel. Co. 
Bennett, J. E. 



Sundry cash advances ; 

Prints •- _„J 

7th payment construction Admin- 
istration Building ■ 

Superintendent of construction 

Secretary of commission j 

Ass't secretary of commission 

Services, etc., educational exhibit-! 

Expenses, commissioner 1 

Services, etc., forestry exhibit 1 

: Assistant supt. mining exhibit -__ 

Expenses, commissioner ; 

Renovating bird specimens ! 

I Stationery ; 



Office rent 

Indian pictures 

Photographs 



Bnrrell Construction Co, 



Lynds, E. A.. 



Prael, Hegele & Co 

United States National 

Bank, treasurer 

Conser, George 

Flanders, J. C 

Myers, Jefferson 

Williams, Frank 

Erixon, F. A 

Giltner. Edmond C 

Goodall, George O 

Churchill, J. A 



Cartage 

Phone service 

Twenty boxes apples 

Binding educational phamphlets.. 

Insurance premium 

Jars 

Cartage and freights 

Telegraphic service 

Ninth payment construction 

States' Building 

Seventh payment construction 

Forestry Building 

Fourth payment construct Ion Ma- 
chinery, Electricity and Trans- 
portation Building __ 

Third payment construction 

Festival Hall No 2- 

First payment construction Ore- 

. gon State building 

Museum Jars l 



Sundry cash advances 

Expenses, commissioner 1 

do 1 

do... 

__do _ 1 

Superintendent of construction 1 

Secretary of commission 

Assistant secretary of commission.. 
Expenses securing educational ex- 
hibit : 



17 10 
47 00 

400 

28 70 
89 86 

193 50 
92 50 
60 00 

122 50 
85 50 
73 50 

124 00 

400 00 



9,200 00 



1,701 79 


77 25 


4,635 88 


200 00 


150 00 


100 00 


200 65 


112 90 


116 00 


98 45 


10 00 


500 


4 95 


100 00 


32 25 


7 20 


94 90 


14 35 


40 00 


18 24 


72 00 


538 


6 25 


689 


17,959 36 


400 00 



4,000 00 
6,053 60 



90 88 

88 73 

31 50 

14 25 

19 00 

16 00 

200 01 

150 00 

104 00 

44 35 



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STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. GL- Continued. 




Mar. 



18 
16 ; 

10; 

16 ! 
16 
16, 
16 ' 

16 J 
10 

16 1 
16 | 

16 
10 I 
16, 
10 

16 
16 
10 



90515 
80616 
80517 
80518 
80519 
80520 
80621 

80522 
80523 

80624 
80525 
80526 
80527 
80528 
80529 

80580 
80581 
80538 

80534 1 



16 


80549 


10 


80550 


16 


80551 


10 


30552 


14 


80066 


14 


80907 


14 


30968 


14 


80909 


14 


80970 


14 


SU971 


14 


30072 


14 


80973 


14 


30974 


14 


30975 


14 


80976 


14 


80077 


14 


80978 


14 


80979 


14 


80980 


14 


80981 


14 


80982 


14 


80963 


14 


30084 


14 


30985 


14 


80986 


14 


80987 


14 


80988 


14 


80089 


14 


80990 


14 


30991 


14 


80992 


14 


80998 


14 


80991 



' Galloway, Chas. V.__. 

. Robinson, R. F 

i Sheldon, Edmund P. 

Weyant, D. H 

' Plckel. Fred 

Breezee, F. I. 

Hartford Fire Insur- 

■ ance Co 

i Hoffmann, William 

Lewis A Clark Official 

1 Photograph Co 

; Morning Oregonian 

. Oregon Transfer Co 

I Pacific States T. AT. Co. _ 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F._ 
1 Sanborn, Vail A Co 

Wakeman A Morse 
Transfer Co 

Western Union Tel. Co. 

White stamp<fc8eal Co . 

fiurrell Construction Co. 



-do_ 



16 l 30535 do- 



16 I 80530 jLynds, E. A 

I Sun Insurance Office... 

Gill Co., The J. K 

I Howe, Davis AKilbam 
I United States National 

Bank, treasurer 

I Albert, J. H._._ 

I Williams, Frank 

I Young, F G _. 

Erixon, F. A _. 

| Glltner, Edmond C 

: Goodall, Geo. O 

I Galloway, Cbas. V 

i Robinson, R. F, 



1 Atkins A Co., E. C 

I Caughey, R 

1 Davenport Bros. 

| Gill Co., The J. K 

; Glafke Co., W. B._ 

I Judson, R. C 

■ Howe, Davis <fcK 11 ham. 
1 Kilham Stationery A 

Printing Co 

Ladd, Chas. E 

Law, Union A Crown 

Insurance Co 

Lewis A Clark Centen- 
nial, etc 

Northern A*su ranee Co, 
Northwestern Trans- 
fer Co. 

Pacific States T. & T.Co.. 
Portland Mill A Fix- 
ture Co 

Portland Retail Lum- 

Prael, Hegele A Oo"I"~ 

Rogers A Co., Geo. F 

Royal Exchange Assur- 
ance 

Sanborn, Vail A Co 

Sheldon, Edmund P... 



Services and expenses 

Supt. of educational exhibit 

Services and expenses 

Assistant deputy, mining exhibit- 
Storage on exhibits 

Mounting one cub bear 



Insurance premium 

Five cords wood 



Pictures, etc... . 
Etchings, etc... 



Cartage and freights 

Phone service 

Binding educational pamphlets... 
Drawing paper — 



Cartage and freights 

Telegraphic service 

Stencils 

Eighth payment construction For- 
estry building 

Fifth payment construction Ma- 
chinery, Electricity and Trans- 
portation Building 

Third payment construction Min- 
ing Building 

f Fourth payment construction 

J FestivalHall No. 2. 

1 Second payment construction 

I States' Building 

Insurance premium 

Stationery, etc 

Stationery 

Sundry cash advances 

Expenses, commissioner 

do 

Superintendent of construction — 

Secretary of commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 

General superintendent 

Supt. educational exhibit- 

saws 

Drawing work 

Forty boxes apples — 

Stationery 

Ten boxes apples 

Grains and grasses 

Stationery 

Drawing paper.. 

Cash advanced for freights 

Insurance premium 

Office rent 

Insurance premium 

Cartage and freights 

Phone rent 

Exhibit cases 

Lumber 

Jars _. 

Ruling and binding 

Insurance premium 

Lumber. 



Supt. forestry exhibit 



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145 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 62- Omttnued. 



*:•/ 



1905 
April 14 i 

14 1 
14 
14 , 
14 , 
14 < 



/n who** favor. 



Type- 



30995 Smith-Premier 
j writer Co 

30996 , Walllch, Claudius 

80097 I Western Union Tel. Co.. 

30998 I Weyant, D. H 

90999 I Whitney, H. A 

31000 ! Lynda, fc. A 

l 
14 I SlOOi j BurrellConstructlonCo. 

14 31002 I Lynda, E. A 

I | 

18 , 31012 | United States National 

Bank, treasurer 

24 31083 Muck Duning Hard- 

; ware Uo. _. 

May 3 31045 Erixon, F. A 

~ 31046 Galloway. Chas. V 

31047 G timer, Edmond C 

.1 31048 Goodall, Geo. O 

3 , 31049 Robinson. R. F._ 

8 31050 Sheldon. Edmund P. 

18 ' 31135 Churchill, J. A 



18 , 31130 

18 ' 31 137 

18- 1 3U38 

18 ! 31139 

18 , 31140 

18 1 31141 

18 I 311412 

i 

18 | 31143 

IK I 



31144 
31145 



18 i 31146 

IX I 31 147 

18 31148 

18 I 31149 

18 | 31150 

18 , 31151 

18 > 31152 

lb < 31153 



18 | 31154 

1H | 31155 

18! 31153 

18 i 81157 

18 , 81158 

18 ' 31159 

19 31161 
19 31162 
19 31163 
19 81164 
19 ! 31165 
19 I 81166 
19 j 31167 

19 | 3116H 

23 | 31375 

23 31376 

23 I 81377 



23 



31878 
3:379 
81380 
31381 



Nash, Wallts 

Whitney, H. A 

Burger, Henry 

Calef Bros _ .... 

City Messenger A De- 
livery Co 

German- American In- 
surance Co.._ 

Hicks-Chatten Engrav- 
ing Co _ 

Hinz, A._ _.. 

Joms A Co.. A. F 

London A Lancashire 
Fire Insurance Co 

Muck Hardware Co 

Nielsen, M. P._ 

Portland BluePiintCo. 

Prael, Hegele A Co 

Roberts Supply Co 

Rogers A Co., Geo. F 

Standley. Wm. J 

Smith-Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Standard Box A Lum- 
ber Co. 

Stout, H. B 

Tinker A De Gesen 

Weber A riinz 

Western Union Tel. Co._ 

United States National 
Bank, treasurer 

Rlake-McFall Co.. 

Hills. C. K _. 

Mellis, Fred R 

Myers. Jefferson 

Oregon Transfer Co. .__. 

Pacific States T. A T. Co, 

Wakeman A Morse 
Transfer Co 

Williams, Frank.. 

Walllch, Claudius 

Woyant.D. H 

Gill A Co., The J. K 

Iowa Lumber A Box Co, 

Lntke Mfg. Co 

North Pac. Lumber Co. 

Olds, Wortman A King. 



For what expended. 



Typewriter supplies 

Services and expenses 

Telegraphic service 

Asst. Supt. mining exhibit 

Plans for installation of exhibits- 
3d payment construction State's ' 

Building _ J 

4th payment construction Mining I 

Building I 

5th payment construction Festival I 

Half No. 2 



I 



Sundry cash advances 

Hardware __ 

Supt. of construction | 

General super! n tenden t. ■ 

Secretary of commission » 

Assistant secretary of commission J. 

Supt., educational exhibit .1 

Supt.. forestry exhibit j 

Expenses securing educational ex- < 

hlbit—- _ ' 

Expenses trip to Salem I 

Plans for Installation of exhibits.. 

Burlap ' 

Matting _ 



Messenger tickets 

Insurance premium 



Framing pictures.. 

Tacking burlap 

Cleaning carpet 



Insurance premium ! 

Hardware I 

Constructing statute [ 

Prints I 

Crockery ' 

Burlap _ _. I 

Index sheets | 

Model, etc. educational exhibit , 

Paper | 



Display boxes 

Building pyramids 

Plastering Mining Building. 

Hanging burlap 

Telegraphic service 



Sundry cash advances.. 
Paper- 



Draughting 

Supt. mining exhibit 

Expenses, commissioner.. 

Cartage 

Phone service 



Cartage 

Expenses, commissioner.. 

_.do 

Services and expenses. 

Stationery 

Lumber _ 

Keflnishlng cabinets 

Lumber 

Brushes, etc.... 



4 73 
15 .10 

379 
125 00 
80 00 

1,600 00 

3,090 00 

3.291 65 

156 03 

12 40 
200 00 
150 00 
150 00 
100 00 
121 30 
160 50 

29 30 

2 40 

55 00 

53 65 

60U 

8 40 

58 50 



45 00 


82 95 


21 40 


58 50 


51 50 


300 00 


18 47 


2S 20 


195 52 


1» 20 


<3 50 


5 68 


12 50 


90 00 


38 35 


17 85 


8 67 


2,027 41 


3H8 92 


54 75 


127 90 


7 00 


5 95 


44 50 


110 38 


13 00 


5 60 


41 75 


73 20 


27 50 


26 85 


740 60 


11 96 



Sec'y— pt. II. 



-10 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



146 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. ^-Continued. 



May 28 

23 

28 
23 
28 
28 
28 
June 5 , 



81882 

31888 

31884 
81885 
81886 
81387 
31888 
31456 



5 31457 



5 I 
5 

5 j 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 i 

61 

» 

13 

15 
15 
15 
15' 

15 

15 

15 > 

15' 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 

15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 , 



15 

15 ! 
15 
15 ! 
15 

15 i 
15 
15 j 

15 I 

15, 

15 

IS i 



81450 
81400 
31481 
31482 
31468 
31464 
31465 
31466 
81467 
31468 
31460 
31470 
81471 
31527 
31510 

31545 
81546 
81547 
81548 
31519 
81550 
81551 
81552 
31558 
81554 
31555 
31556 
81557 

81558 
31550 
31560 
31561 
31562 
31563 
31564 
81565 

31566 
31567 

81568 
315o9 
31570 
81571 

31572 
31 578 
31574 

31575 

81576 

31577 
31578 
81570 



Portland Retail Lum- 
ber Co. 

Portland Wire A Iron 
Works 

: Rasniussen A Co 

Sanborn, Vail A Co. 

Steward, H. G 

Woodard, Clarke A Co._ 

, Whitney,J.R.— 

Central Hash A Door 

1 Agency .._ 

, Uniied states National 

Bank, treasurer ; 

Erixon, F. A 1 

I Galloway, Chas. V ! 

I Giltner. Edmond C. 

Goodall. Geo. O 

Harry, De Witt | 

I Johnson. W. T 

i Kewsbaw, T. F 

, Mellis, F. R 

I Morrison, Earl 

Newell, Wilbur K 

i Robinson, R. F 

! Sheldon, E. P 

Wilson, Mildred 

| Calef Bros 

United States National , 

1 Bank, treasurer 

, Bayer, J. C - I 

Brown, Frank C. 

Bruce, H. D ' 

Cenlral Sand Co.__ j 

Crane Co _J 

Dunn, H. C 

Fleischner, Mayer A Co. 

I Fox &Co. 

Fuller A Co _ _. 

I Gadsby A Sons, Wra 

| Gill A Co., The J. K 

Glass A Prudbomme Co., 
Honeyman Hardware 

, Co 

Honeyman Kinney Co.. I 

I Journal Publishing Co.-j 
Lovejoy A Lincoln 

, Lutke Mfg. Co 

j McAlpin, A. B 

Meier & Frank Co _. 

Moorhouse& Co., E H..| 
Northwestern Transfer . 

, Co I 

I Olds, Wortman A King. 
Oregon Feed A Milling 

Co 

Oregon Rafting Co | 

Pacific Paper Co ; 

Portland Seed Co._ 

! Portland Wire A Iron 

Works. , 

Rasmusse* A Co ; 

Sanborn, Vail A Co 

j Sawyer, Gorman A 

Grimm 

Wakeman A Morse 

Transfer Co.. , 

Willamette Tent &Awn-j 

I Williams, i rank 

' Woodard, Clarke A Co._ 
, United States National 
i Bank, treasurer. 



Lumber 

Wire netting... 

Paints. 

Stationery 

Painting . 



Alcohol, wax, etc.. 
Printing 



_ Lumber 



Sundry cash advances 

Supt. of construction 

General superintendent 

Secretary or commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 

Supt. mining exhibit... 

Assistant general superintendent.. 

Services, attendant 

Superintendent mining exhibit 

Services, attendant- 

do 

!i~i"idoi~"iinnr~in~;i~j 

Services, stenographer I 

Rent of carpet and furniture | 



Sundry cash advances 

Iron ware | 

Services, attendant I 

Plumbing and materials j 

Gravel -. 

Pipe elc 

Burlap, etc . 

Cloth, ribbon, etc 

Plumbing materials 

Glass, paint, etc. 

Linoleum 

Stationery .. 

Art etchings 

Hardware 

Dip net 

Advertising 

Binding 

Use of exhibit cases 

County maps 

Burlap, etc. 

Framing pictures | 



Cartage- 
Burlap . 



Wheat 

Flag poles . 

Paper 

Crockery __ 



Settees 

Paint, elc 

Stationery, etc.. 



Decorating school exhibit. 
Cartage— •_ 



Awnings and flags 

Expenses, commissioner . 
Glycerine, etc. 



I 06 



18 00 


17 25 


8 85 


10 00 


11 85 


157 82 


415 08 


8,278 44 


200 00 


150 00 


150 00 


100 00 


73 50 


186 00 


42 00 


120 00 


41 IK 


98 00 


120 00 


120 00 


30 00 


l,82i 71 


4,566 59 


26 22 


86 XI 


11 50 


600 


156 58 


86 90 


177 15 


50 50 


80 71 


174 72 


6 50 


86 78 


26 64 


2 25 


3 75 


129 70 


225 90 


6 60 


85 71 


14 £0 


74 10 


77 & 


2 18 


100 00 


5 55 


10 70 


124 82 


28 43 


5 24 


445 00 


74 55 


1H5 90 


31 00 


80 00 



. I Sundry cash advances. 



588 98 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



147 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 82— Continued. 



Dct€. , *»• •/ 



In w*4M< favor. 



For wkmt •xpendtd. 



1W5~ 



June 21 


31690 


*2l 


31681 


21 


31632 


21 


81633 


21 


31634 


21 


31635 


21 


81636 


21 


81637 


21 


31638 


21 


81639 


21 


31610 


21 


31641 


21 


31642 


21 


81643 


21 


81044 


21 


81645 


21 


31646 


21 


81647 


21 


81618 


21 


81649 


21 


81650 


21 


31651 


21 


31652 


21 


31653 


21 


81654 


21 


81655 


21 


81656 


21 


31657 


21 


81658 


21 


81669 


21 


31060 


21 


81661 


21 


81662 


21 


31668 


22 


81666 


22 


81667 


22 


31668 


22 


31669 


22 


31670 


26 


31674 


26 


31675 


July 5 


31866 


5 


81867 


5 


81868 


6 


81869 


o 


31870 


5 


81871 


5 


81872 


5 


31873 


5 


81874 


5 


81875 


5 


31876 


5 


81877 


5 


81878 


5 


81879 


5 


31880 


* 


31881 


o 


31882 


o 


81888 


5 


31884 



I , 



1 Barr.John 

I Blue Mountain Co I 

. Bowers, W. H I 

I Brezee. F. J. 

, Burrell Construction Co. 

i Churchill, J. A ' 

The Dalles Nurseries I 

• Fisher Bros. Co i 

: Fremont, F. E • 

I Harri* Ice Machine [ 

1 Works _ 

, Hoi man Transfer Co I 

Home Insurance Co | 

j Honey man Hardware l 

Co 

i Mains, H. L 

i Mason, L. A 

' Mellls, Fred R _j 

I Oregon Transfer Co 

i Prael, Eigner Transfer I 

I Co __; 

Prael, Hegele A Co 

! Rodgers A Co., Geo. F._ 

I beam, Alfred F 

1 Smith -Premier Type- 
writer Co _ __ 

Sperry <fc Co., Ray D—_ 

Star Box Co 

Rweetser, Albert R 

Tinker A DeQesen 

Western Union Tel. Co. 

Williams. Frank 

Zlrngiebel, J. P 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Forrester, Zora 

Jensen, E. V. 

Hlsey, I.K 1 



Cold storage rent — 

Cutting and hauling two logs 

Mounted birds, etc. .. 

Final payment construction Fes- 
tival Hall 

Expenses 

Fruits 

Hardware— 

Lumber 



Refrigerator machinery . 

Cartage 

Insurance premium 



Hardware , 

Lumber 

Cedar trees _. 

Loan of mining exhibit- 
Cartage 



Cartage 

Crockery, etc. 

Bl ndi ng and paper _ 
Making maps, etc. . 



I Weber AHinz 

! Lewis A Clark Centen- 
nial, etc. 



, Lynds, E. A. 

i North Pacific Lumber 
i Co 

1 Steward, H. D 

; West Coast Sash and 

Door Co._ 

1 Lewi 8 A Clark Centen- | 
i nial, etc - , 

Portland Retail Lum- > 
I ber Co i 

Erlxon, F. A ! 

1 Giltner, Edmond C ' 

■ Goodall, Geo. O | 

Myers, An nice Jeffrys.. 

I Galloway, Cbas. V ' 

; Glafke, Harley i 

! Harry, DeWltt 

i Johnson, Wm. T. '. 

' Kershaw, T. F i 

I Mellis, F. R ___' 

| Newell, W. K._ i 

I Raffety, Harry__ __, 

Robinson, R. F._ ' 

I Bell, Teddie-..- _J 

j Forrester, Zora t 

I Montague, Bruce 

I Morrison, Earl ' 

Phillips, J. A, 

1 Wilson, Mildred ' 



Rent of typewriters.. 

Burlap 

Sawdust 

Expenses 

Plastering 

Telegraphic service 

Expenses, commissioner 

Lettering signs 

'Phone service 

Services, stenographer 

Miniature section Columbia River- 
Services, attendant • 

Burlap and decorating 

Constructing supports in Machin- 
ery, Electrical and Transporta- 
tion (Building) 

Final construction State's Building 



Lumber . 
.—do 



8 14 00 


252 80 


10 00 


154 70 


827 50 


23 70 


15 75 


985 


18 74 


55 75 


300 


20 00 


19 90 


990 


21 00 


2,000 00 


161 89 


31 25 


1,358 49 


7 77 


19 00 


10 43 


H7 00 


50 18 


38 70 


69 60 


12 80 


13 00 


87 50 


38 90 


24 13 


150 00 


112 20 


483 80 


500 00 


2,967 15 


246 80 


27 12 



Installing booth I 

Connecting city water to buildings J 



Lumber , 

Services, attendant 

Secretary of commission 

Ass't secretary of commission. 

Ho8tess, Oregon Building 

General superintendent 

Services, attendant 

do 

do 



._ —do 

do 

do. 

do._ 

do : 

Services, messenger 

Services, stenographer.. 

Services, messenger 

Services, attendant 

do 

Services, stenographer.. 






167 00 

34 00 

884 52 

21K) 00 

150 00 

100 00 

174 20 

150 00 

100 00 

100 00 

120 00 

100 00 

120 00 

182 50 

100 00 

120 00 

20 00 

50 00 

20 00 

75 00 

<K) 00 

30 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



148 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 62— Continued. 



— ree^ 

July 11 



/* M-Aoffi/nrvr. 



14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 

14 
14 
14 

14| 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 

14 
14 
17 



11 


81940 1 


11 


31941 


11 


31942 


11 


31943 


11 


31944 


14 


32116 


14 


82117 


14 


821 1* 


14 


32119 


14 


32120 


14 


32121 


14 


32122 


14 


32123 


14 


32124 


14 


82125 


14 


32126 


14 


82127 


14 


32128 


14 


82129 


J4 


82 «S0 


14 


82131 


14 


32132 


14 


82188 


14 


32184 


14 


32185 


14 


32136 


14 


H2137 


14 


3213* 


14 


82189 


14 


82140 


14 


82141 


14 


82142 


14 


82143 


14 


32144 



F*T #*4l £f jfflHtfflrf, 



32145 
32146 
32147 

82148 
82149 
82150 
32151 
32152 
32153 

32154 

32155 
82156 
82157 
82158 
32159 
82160 
32161 
82162 

32168 
32164 
82165 

32166 
32167 
82168 
32169 
82170 
32171 

32172 
82173 
32186 



Chase, M. Emma 

Holton, Mrs. E. A 

Landers, J. 8 

Sheldon, E. P , 

Wendover. Richard F- 

Wllliams. Frank 

Young. F. O 

Adair A Moulton 

Baltes, F. W 

Bayer, J. C. 

Belt* Co 

Blake-MrFall Co 

Brezee, F. J ~ 

Brown, Frank 

Bruce, H. L 

Capron, Albert J 

Christensen, H. P 

Clarke Bros. 

Cooper, Geo. 

Corvallls Lumber Co. __ 

Davenport. Bros. 

Dryer, O'Malley A Co— 

Ferguson. Chas. J 

Flanders. J. C — 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Gilham Auction A 

Commission Co 

GIass<& Prndhomme Co. 
Hanover Fire Ins. Co — 
Hasty Messenger Co.._. 
Helliweil Transfer Co- 
Hermann, V. 

Hostetler, J. C 

Howe, Davis A Kllham. 
Kllham Stationery <fc > 

Printing Co n ._. 

Lang A Co 

Mark Levy A Co. 

Lewis & Clar* Centen- 
nial, etc 

Ltpman. Wolfe A Co 

Lutke Mfg. Co 

McBride. Geo. W-. 

Moorhouse A Co., E. H.- 
Nash, Wallace 

Northwest Oil & Paint 

Co _ 

Northwestern Transfer 

Co 

Olds, Wortman A King- 
Oregon Transfer Co 

Oregonlan. The 

Parafflne Paint Co 

Pearson-Page Co 

Pioneer Paint Co 

Portland Mfg. Co i 

Portland Mill A Fix- , 

ture Co I 

Portland 8a fe Co , 

Portland Reed Co 

Portland Wire A Iron 

Works. 

Robinson. Earl \ 

Sanborn Vail A Co 



Services, attendant 

do,. 

do 

do 

Installing electric fixtures 

Expenses, commissioner 

Cherries 

Invitations 

Garbage cans 

Cherries 

Gummed letters 

Mounting animals 

Services, attendant 

Installing fountains — 

Fabric 

Moulding — 

Palms 

Cherries 

Lumber 

Berries 

Fruits 

Robes_ _ 

Luncheon, New York Building. 
Stationery _. 



Show case — 

Rinding school exhibits. 

Insurance premiums 

Messenger service 

Cartage— r — 

Lettering banners 

Cherries 

Binding 



Record books... 

Prunes 

Cherries 



Raising two flag poles 

Portiers, burlap, etc 

Show case — 

Towing timber for Forestry Bldg.. 
Framing notices _ 

Writing manuscript on Oregon... 

Brushes, etc — 



Cartage 

Towels, mops, brooms, etc.. 

Cartage on flag pole 

Advertising _ 

Paint, etc 

Drums 

Damar 

Veneering 



Bracketts . 
Bracketts . 
Soil 



, etc.. 



Sheehy Bros.. 
Smith A Co.. Wm. G—_ ! 
The Dalles Nurseries— 
Wakeman Morse Trans-j 

ferCo — _ -I 

Watrin A Blomquist. 
Zan Bros. 



Bands, chains. 

Evergreen 

Stationery 

Labor, Mining Building. 
Engraving invitations.— 
Fruit 



Allen Decorating Co. 



3 



Cartage 

Trees 

Ladders 

Burlap, etc.. 



$ 100 oo 


46 t*> 


100 oo 


120 00* 


296 00 


1:4 OO 


31 0O 


98 40 


5 0O 


45 95- 


9 lO 


H «-i 


96 0O 


25 00 


13 «J> 


14 47 


15 31 


lfi OO 


35 00 


10 0O 


« 00 


13 50 


20 00 


59 5"» 


8 10 


t« 00 


339 50 


42 75 


1 50- 


2 00 


43 00 


10 00 


179 10 


8 50- 


28 75 


4 64 


300 tt> 


4 20 


63 00 


20 0> 


2 00 


150 00 


4 73 


57 (*> 


70 Hrt 


90 00 


1 75 


58 10 


3 50 


5 00 


102 23 


13 00 


165 00 


29 77 


68 20 


4 0> 


25 20 


11 50 


78 00 


78 50 


13 25 


265 75 


13 m 


264 11 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



149 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. ^-Continued. 



Ddtt. 



J/4, o/ . 
warrant. ■ 



In ieko44 favor. 



For what txptndad. 



1W6 — " 

July 17 821*7 I Brown, Thomas 

17 | 82188 ! Burrell Construction Co, 

I 



17 ! 82189 i do. 



17 
17 


32190 
82191 


17 
17 
17 
17 
17i 


32192 
S2I93 
82194 
32195 
82196 1 


17 


S2197 


17 
17 

17 1 

" ! 

17 


32198 
32199 
82200 
82201 
82202 


17' 

17 
" i 


82203 
32204 
32205 



17 1 

17 

17 

18 
18 

18 
18 
18 
18 

18 
18 
18 



IB 82277 

22* 82278 
22 



82207 I 

82208 J 

32241 i 
82242! 

82248 I. 
82244 

82245 i 

82246 • 

82247 



CalefBros 

Davenport Thompson 

Co 

Erlckson, Ole 

Flelwhner. Mayer A Co. 

Foster A Klelser 

Fuller & Co., W. P 

Harris Ice Machine 

Works 

Lewis & Clark Centen- 
nial, etc 

Meier A Frank Co. 

Mellls, F. R._ 

Muck A Beckman 

Oregon Transfer Co. 

Portland Retail Lum- 
ber Co. 

Prael, Hegele A Co 

8eller A Co., M _. 

Smith - Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Whitney, J. R 

Woodard, Clarke A Co.. 
Unlted States National 

Bank, treasurer 

Bremner Logging Co 

Central Fash and Door 

Agency 

do 

Eddy A Johnson 

Em pi re State Surety Co. 
Lewis and Clark Dally 



Procuring salmon eggs $ 

Final payment construction Min- 
ing Building 

Extra* on Forestry and Foreign 
Exhibit BulldingH.... 

Furniture 



Fruits 

Shrubs 

Velvet ribbon 

Lettering signs 

Glass, etc... 



Program Co.. 
tfalarke 



Malarkey A Co., J. A... 
Pacific States T. A T. Co. 
Wakefield. Robert 



26 82802 
28 32308 
31 ' 35B19 



Aug. 



32*28 



Blevlns, J. H 

Curttss A Sons 

Western Union Tele- 
graph Co 

McCord, W. R 

Scott, R 

Burrell Construction Co 



.do. 



82880 
32331 
82882 



82885 
8238(1 
32387 
32838 
82880 
&S40 
82841 
82842 
82848 
82344 
., 82345 
2 I 82846 
i 1 32847 



i Erixon, F. A 

Galloway, Chas. V 

Oiltner, Edmond C 

Ooodall, Geo. O 

Johnson, W. T._._ 

Myers. An nice Jeffrys- 

: Bell, Teddle 

; Bragg. E. E._ 

! Brandt, D. W . 

Cameron, J. E 

Forrester, Zora 

Glafke, Harl*y _ 

Harry, DeWltt... _ 

Holton, Mrs. E. A 

I Houston, Mabel 

I Kershaw, T. F „ 

1 Landon.John 

Mellis, F. R.. 

Montague, Bruce 

Morrison, Earl 



Plumbing materials 

Polishing signs 

Rugs, cloth, soap, etc 

Cash advanced for mining depL. 

Hardware, etc 

Cartage 



Lumber _. 
Crockery _ 
Vases 



Paper 
Minting . 



Prf 
Drugs . 



Sundry cash advances. _ 
Logs and meals. 



Lumber 

— do 

Cabinets 

Insurance premiums.. 



Cuts - 

Lumber ._ 

Phone service 

Final payment construction Lib- 
eral Arts Building 

Show cards 

Cherries 



Telegraphic service 

Reimbursement for lost picture ' 

Cherries.- 

Final payment construction Ma- ' 
chlnery, Electricity and Trans- 
portation Building 

Extras on Forestry Building 

Services, attendant 

General superintendent 

Secretary or commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 

Services, attendant- 

Hostess, Oregon Building 

Services, messenger 

Services, attendant 

do _ _ 

-do „ 

Services, stenographer 

Services, attendant 

do__ 

do 

do _ i 

do.— .., 

do _. 

do_ - 

Services, messenger. 

Services, attendant 



$ 19 00 


850 00 


144 20 


833 25 


540 


116 80 


8 64 


12 00 


53 14 


' 117 88 


300 


93 94 


97 15 


233 78 


182 80 


59 14 


601 92 


17 18 


19 12 


276 88 


52 49 


2,013 72 


112 85 


1,866 79 


506 15 


24 00 


139 50 


18 65 


1,804 86 


2} 30 


887 75 


450 


16 00 


1 44 


25 CO 


90 16 


790 00 


200 00 


70 95 


38 70 


150 00 


100 00 


120 00 


120 00 


20 00 


100 00 


60 00 


60 00 


50 00 


100 00 


100 00 


50 00 


58 06 


100 00 


60 00 


120 00 


20 00 


75 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



150 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. 62— Cbn«nucd. 



t>*u. \ *•■•/ 



"~ISBT" 


_ 


Aug. 2 


82348 


2 


82849 


2 


82360 


2 


82351 


2 


32852 


2 


82353 


2 


82354 


2 


82355 


2 


82856 


2 


82357 


4 


82309 


'4 


32870 


4 


82871 


8 


82890 


17 


32167 


17 


82168 


17 


82469 


17 


32470 


17 


82471 


17 


82472 


17 


82473 


17 


32474 


17 


82475 


17 


82476 


17 


82477 


17 


82478 


17 


82479 


17 


82480 


17 


82481 


17 


82482 


17 


82483 


17 


32484 


17 


82485 


17 


82486 


17 


82487 


17 


82488 


17 


82489 


17 


82490 


17 


82491 


17 


82492 


17 


32493 


17 


82494 


17 


82495 


17 


82496 


17 


32497 


17 


32498 


17 


32499 


17 


32500 


17 


32501 


17 


82502 


17 


32503 


17 


32504 


21 


32512 


21 


82513 


21 


32514 


21 


32515 


21 


82516 


21 


82517 



In who** favor. 



For what txp*nd»d. 



Newell, Wilbur K. 

Noffslnger, Ida , 

Paige, J. M 

Phillips, A. J 

Raffely, Harry 

Robinson, R. F _.: 

Sherlock, A | 

SteelsmiLh, G. L 

Tragllo, Peter [ 

Wilson, Mildred- | 

Bennett, J. E , 



Services, attendant 

._ do 

™i~~ido~z™i~mri™i~™ 

- do 

do 

Services, decorator 

Services, stenographer 

Final payment construction Ad- 

mlnlstrailon Building 

Final pay m't construction State's . 

Building 

Services, attendant i 



Sheldon, E. P.__ 

United States National I 
Bank, treasurer . Sundry cash advances 

Ashland Fruit A Pro- 
duce A 8811. I 

Brezee, F. J i 

Calef Bros 

Casey, John .J 

Central Sash and Door j 



Two cases berries ~< 

Tanning and dressing bearskin 

Shades, etc ' 

Boarding laborers i 



Agency . 

The Dalles Nurseries 

Dresser A Co., F 

Fansher, L. W 

Flelschner, Mayer A Co. 

Foster A Kleiner 

Fuller &Co„W. P 

Gile<fcCo.,H.S i 

Gill Co., The J. K | 

Glass A Prudhomme Co., 
Honey man Hardware 

Co I 

Irwin-Hodson Co.. 

Krum, H.C 

Lovejoy A Lincoln 

Mayger Co., The 

Meier A Frank Co 

Morrow County 

North Pacific Lumber I 

Co. „ I 

Northwestern T ra n s- 

fer Co 

Olson, F 

I PaclHcStatesT.AT.Co.' 

| Pioneer Paint Co 

Portland Retail Lum- I 

berCo | 

Portland Tent A Awn- , 

I ingCo 

I Portland Wire & Iron 

Works j 

Post Special Delivery i 

I Co ! 

Prael, Hegele A Co I 

I Smith - Premier Type- I 

I writer Co. 

Stackland, C.M.A G.G.I 

1 Tinker, J. J._._ | 

J Wakeman A Morse i 

I Transfer Co 

Western Union Tel. Co.J 

1 Williams, Frank 

i Woodard, Clarke & Co.J 

Albert, J H... , 

I Bayer, J. C ' 

I Brown BroM. 

• Coos Couuty | 

Concannon, J. T ' 

1 Flanders, J. C 



Lumber, mill work, etc ' 

Fruits i 

Oil, etc.— 

RiblK>n~I™~™~™""~i 

Banners ; 

Glass etc. ! 

Cherries | 

Stationery 1 

Binding ' 



I Hardware 

i Ribbon badges- 






Flowers, etc- 

Rebindlng exhibits 

Cherries 

Dry goods 

Rental of exhibits 



Lumber, etc.. 



Cartage 

Boarding laborers, etc.. 

Phone service 

Paint 



Lumber 

Curtains 

I 
Railing, chal rs, etc. ; 

Messenger service I 

Crockery I 



Rent of typewriters, etc.. 

Cherries 

lie pa Irs to plastering 



Cartage 

Telegraphic service 

Expenses, commissioner 

Chemicals 

Expenses, commissioner 

Ash barrels 

Cartage- 

Rental of exhibits 

Fish ft>od 

Rental of storeroom 



120 00 
64 50 
72 5* 
(JO 00 
100 00 
120 00- 
58 06 
72 5H 
75 00 
30 00 

567 50 

1,873 88 
60 00 

981 89 

176 
27 50 
22 16 

10 60 

79 05- 
275 90 

9 70 
17 80 

2 79 
70 00 
13 11 

5 00 

11 95 
9 90 

69 39 
63 75 
108 *> 
10 00 
34 10 

19 6a 

254 9S 

13 :» 

34 00- 
56 4* 

20 45. 
5 00» 

5 47 

38 tt> 

147 90 



1 oo 


432 74 


4 IS 


22 00 


14 25 


13 25 


2 1*7 


1H00 


46 75 


27 90 


25 50 


2 50 


600 00 


23 70 


87 50* 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



151 



STATEMENT V-ExiiiBrr No. 62— OmtfniuKf. 



K:f ' 



In «pJk«M /mvor. 



For what *xp*nd«d. 



m — 

Aug. 21 | 

21 | 

21 I 

21 ! 

21 I 

21 ! 

21 I 

21 I 

21 i 
21 ' 
21 



32518 
32519 



32521 



22523 
82524 



32527 
82523 



Sept. 



82594 
32505 
32610 
32611 
82612 
82613 
82614 
32615 
32616 
32617 
32618 
82619 
82620 
82621 
32622 
826J3 
82624 



82627 



82629 
82680 
32631 
82682 



26 1 35502 



5 

II 

5| 
5 
5 1 

SI 

5. 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

5 

6 

6 

5 

5 

6 

5 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
18 
IS 
18 

18 I 
18 

18! 
18. 
18 < 
18 
18 I 
18 1 
18, 



82757 
82758 
82759 
32760 
32761 
82762 
82768 
82764 
82765 
82766 
82767 
32768 
8/7fti 
32770 
82771 
82772 
82778 

82774 
82775 
82776 
82777 
82778 
82779 
82780 
82781 
82782 
82783 



Holaday, A 

MaHon, L. A. 

Mellis, F. R 

Muck A Bee km an 

Hardware Co .< 

Oregonian, The 

Oregon Auto- Despatch 

Oregon Transfer Co. 

Peters <fc Roberts Fur- 
niture Co. 

Robin Hon, Earl.. r 

The Western Lady 

Willamette Iron A 

Steel Works 

Exposition Sign 

Makers 

Olds, Wortman A King. 
WadhamsA Kerr Bros.. 

Webb, A. T 

Glitner. Edmond C. 

Goodall, Geo. O. 

Bell, Teddle 

Brandt, D. W 

Cameron, J. E. 

Forrester, Zora 

Glafke, Harley 

Harry, DeWllt 

Hoi ton, Mrs. E.A 

Houston, Mabel 

Johnson, W.T. 

Kershaw, T. F. 

Landon, John 

Mellla, K. R 

Myers. An nice Jeffrys.. 

Newell. W. K ._ 

Paige, J. M 

Phillips, A. J 

Raflfety, Harry 

Robinson. R. P. 

Sheldon, Edmund P. — 

Sherlock. A. 

Steelsmlth, G. L 



, Cherries 

j Cedar slabs 

Sundry cash advances 

i 

I Hardware 

I Cuts for advertising 

I Cartage and freight 

i Cartage 



Excelsior. 

Flowers and evergreens 

Rods, bolts, nuts, etc 

Painting signs ! 

Furnishings, etc. , 

Frultjars 

Cherries. 



General superintendent.. 
Services, attendant 

-™I™do™~"™~""' 



Tragllo, Peter 

Young, F. G, 

Galloway, F. V. 

Hurrle, E. D 

Judd. Ed T 

Morrison, Earl 

Benton County 

Clackamas County,. 

Harney County 

Lane County 

Linn County 

Malheur County 

Umatilla County 

Wallowa County— 

Anderoon&DunlwayCo. 

Benton. W. E 

Calef Bros.. 

Central Sash A Door 

Agency 

CluusslnluM A Son 

The Dalles Nurseries. .. 

Davenport Bros. 

Driscofi & Co., M.J 

Gile&Co., H.8.. 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Hazel wood Cream Co.— 

Hobbs, G. A 

Holman Transfer Co 

Holmes Coal <Sc Ice Co- 



Secretary of commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 

Services, messenger 

Services, attendant 

Services, stenographer I... 

Services, attendant 

do 

do 

do. 



Hostess, Oregon Bulldlug.. 
Services, attendant 

"doir 



do... 

.do.™ 



do 

Services, decorator 

Expense;*, commissioner 

Exploiting resources of Oregon 

Carpenter work 

| Exploiting resources of Oregon 

1 Services, attendant 

I Rental of exhibits 

do 

do 

do _ 

do 

do 

do.. _ 

do _ _ 

2,000 ribbon badges 

Modeling 2 life-size statute of cows. 
Carpets 



Lumber 

Plumbing, etc.. 

Fruits, etc 

.do 

Hire of team... 

Fruits 

Stationery 

Bel* lug, etc 

Fruits, etc 

Cartage — 

Ice 



20 30 
10 00 
88 79 

63 76 
540 
39 40 
93 90 

1 58 
800 

12 50 

45 12 

14 25 
28 48 

5 38 
36 80 
150 00 
100 00 
20 00 
60 00. 
60 00 
50 00 
87 50 
87 50 

50 00 
60 00 

185 00 
100 00 
60 00 
120 00 
120 00 
120 00 
75 00 
60 00 
87 50 
120 00 
120 00 
60 00 
75 00 
75 00 

28 Off 
43 54 

100 00 

51 60 

29 02 
469 95 
865 38 
408 76 

452 55 

453 70 
312 87 

69 00 
312 36 

51 00 
250 00 

91 58 

9 51 
8 85 
433 50 
16 75 
10 00 

15 95 

2 15 
72 48 
95ff> 

2 50 
350 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. m-Oonlinued. 



Xo. of I 



I* whose favor. 



For what expended. 



iitoo 

Sept. 18 


82784 


18 i 


32785 


18 


3278ft 


' 18 ! 


32787 


18 . 


82788 


18 


82789 


18 , 


82790 


18 1 


82791 


18 , 


82792 


18 1 


32793 


18 ; 


82794 


18 1 


82795 


18 | 


32796 


18 1 


82797 


18] 


82798 


18 | 


32799 


18 ' 


82800 


18 i 


82801 


18 1 


82802 


18 ' 


32803 


18 | 


82801 


18 | 


32805 


18 


32808 


18 1 


K2807 


18 


32808 


18 | 


32809 


18 | 


32810 


18 


32811 


18 1 


32812 


18) 


32818 


18 ' 


82814 


18 ! 


32815 


18 


32816 


18 ! 


32817 


21 1 


32839 


Oct. 3 ' 


32967 


4 1 


83000 


4 


33001 


4 


33002 


4 ' 


83003 


4 1 


1*3004 


5l 


33018 


5 


33019 


I 


33020 


o! 


33021 


5 1 


33022 


o 


33023 


fil 


330J4 


° 1 


83025 


ol 


33026 


o , 


33027 


ol 


33028 


.1 1 


33029 


5 ' 


83030 


o , 


33031 


5 ' 


33032 


o | 


33033 


o. 


33034 


o 


33035 


o 


33030 


.1 


83037 


<) 


33038 


5 


3303!) 


5 


33040 


5 i 


33041 


5 


33042 


O i 


33043 



Honey man Hardware 

Co. _ | 

Hadderly, J. J | 

Krum, H.C | 

Lipman, Wolie A Co ! 

Mason, L. A I 

McEwen A Koskey I 

Meier A Frank Co ' 

Mellls, F. R ! 

Moorhouse A Co. E. H._. 

Muck A Beck man 

North Pac. Lumber Co. _ 
01ds,Wortman A King-! 

Oregon Transfer Co i 

Pacific States T. A T. Co.l 
Prescott, A. W j 

Robinson, Earl i 

Robinson, R. F ' 

Smith-Premier Type- ! 

writer Co . 

Stackland.C. M. A G. G. 

Wallace, Elmer J _J 

Wakeman A Morse i 

Transfer Co. 

Western Union T. Co.— | 
Woodard, Clarke A Co.. 1 

Columbia County j 

Jackson County : 

Anhland Fruit A Pro- I 

d uce Association _ _ 

Bell A Co — 

Concanuon, J. T. 

Cronlse, Tom 

Gibbons, J. J 



Hardware ' $ 

do , 

Flowers, etc I 

Cloth, etc . 

Cadar trees ' 

Fruits 

Burlap, flags, etc 

Sundry cash advances 

Picture framing, etc 

Hardware 

Lumber 

Broom 8, sweepers, etc. ' 

Cartage 

Phone service— _ ' 

Preparing article on educational | 

system of Oregon 

Evergreens I 

Sundry cash advances 



Rental of typewriters, etc.. 

Fruits 

Painting cards 



f 



Cartage and freight- 
Telegraphic service 

Chemicals _. 

Rental of exhibits 

do 



Harding A Kolp.. 
Lage, Hans 



Thibau, Leo F. 

Williams, Frank 

Fuller A Co., W. P 

Meyers, Jefferson, Pres.. 

Carter, J. L 

Chapman, E. C _. 

Jones A Co., A. F._ 

Official PhotograptaieCo. 
RodgerK <t Co., Geo. F._. 

Alderman, L. R. 

Bell,Teddie _. 

Brandt, D. W 

Galloway, F. W 

Giltner. E. C 

Goodall, Geo. O 

Glafkle, Harley. 

Hamlin, F. B._ 

Harry, DeWitt 

Hoi ton, Mr*. A. E 

Houston, Mabel C — 

Johnson, W. T 

Judd, E. T _. 

Kershaw, T. F ___. 

Landon. John 

Mollis, Fred R 

Meyers, A n nice Jeffreys 

Paige, J. M 

Phillips, A.J ___. 

Raffety. Harry 

Robinson, R. F 

Sheldon, Edmund P.— 

Sherlock, A. _ 

Steelsinith, George 

Thomas, Mrs. L. B 

Traglio, Peter 



Fruits 
Apples _._ 
Fish food. 



Mounting photos 

Fruits 

Boxing showcases 

Fruits 

Painting relief map of Oregon 

Expenses of commissioner 

Glass, etc _ 

Advance for entertainment, etc.— . 

Fruits _ 

Fir poles— — 

Cleaning matting 

Prints 

Binding pamphlets 

Services, attendant 

Services, messenger 

Services, attendant 

: do 

Secretary of commission 

Assistant secretary of commission. 

Services, attendant.. 

do 

_ do 

do. 

do. 



-do. 



do. 

do. 

do 

do— 

Hostess, Oregon Building 

Services, attendant 

-do _— 

„.do 

do 

Services, attendant 

do.. _ 

"."ry--"do™""ii--"-"----] 

do 



1 60 

5 2.3 
53 51 

35b 

7 50 

8 10 
22 HS 

- «5 00 
13 65 
19 17 
4 56 
13 43 
47 95 
19 15 

25 00 

10 10 
57 85 

779 
400 
500 

35 HO 
407 

19 85 
359 30 
325 45 

24 95 

11 50 

12 75 
700 
500 
250 

6 25 
600 
600 
399 

5,000 00 
790 

10 00 
800 

11 25 
38 00 
70 00 

20 00 
60 00 
75 00 

150 00 
125 00 
75 00 
37 50 
75 00 
50 00 
75 00 
150 00 
100 00 
110 00 
00 00 
120 00 
120 00 
75 00 
60 00 
75 00 
120 00 
120 00 
00 00 
75 00 
37 50 
75 00 



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153 



STATEMENT V-ExmBir No. 62- Continued. 



j warrant. \ 



In whose favor. 



For what exptndnd. 



Amount. 



1905 
Oct. 5 i 

7 ! 

21' 
21 i 

S! 

21 I 
21 i 

21 ' 

21 ' 
21 i 
21 

21 | 
21 
21 [ 

2l! 
21 I 

21 ! 

21 , 
21 

21 | 

21 ! 
21 i 

a! 

21 i 
211 

21 

21 

27 I 
27 . 
271 



83044 
39050 



33371 
33372 
33373 
33374 
33375 



Yamhill County.. 
Lynds, E. A 



Scott, R._._ 

William*, Frank- 



27 
27 i 

31 ' 

31 . 
31 

3i ; 

31 
31 
31 

31 , 

Nov. K. i 
15 , 
17 
17 i 
17 
17' 
17 i 
17 ; 
17 i 



33378 
33379 



33381 



33386 



33889 

83390 
83391 



33895 
83396 
88397 
83410 
33117 
33418 
83419 
83420 
33421 

33422 



27 I 

Si 

27 ' 
27! 
27 , 
27| 

27 ! 33428 | 



33424 
33425 

83426 
38427 



33429 
33130 

3*444 
33445 
3*416 

33447 
33448 
H3449 
8*450 
3*451 
3*152 
33521 
33522 
33557 
33558 
33559 
33560 
.13561 



Youhk, F. G. 

Blue Mountain Co.,The. 

Bone, Noub. 

Butler. Leslie 

Butterfleld Bros 

Carter, J L._ 

ClayA Meader _ 

Concannon, J. T 

Dalles Nurseries, The— 

Freeborough, H i 

Hofer Bros 

LaFollette, C. M _ 

Lage, Hans ' 

Lewis & Clark Centen- 
nial, etc 

Newell, W. K 

Oregon Transfer Co 

Pacific States T. A T. Co., 

Schmidt, C. L 

Shields Fruit Co.— 

8 proa t, C. H 

Willamette Valley 

Prune As«n 

Raker County i 

Douglas County 

Lincoln County 

Polk County 

Sherman County 

Union County 

Bell* Co 

Conser, George 

Gibbons. J. J. ; 

Mellis, F. R. | 

McEwen A Koskey 

Northwestern Transfer 

Co 

Olds, Wortman A King., 

Oregonlan, The 

Oregon Transfer Co 

Page A Son _. 

Pearson, Page Co 

Smith -Premier Type- 
writer Co : 

Wa k e m a n A Morse 

Transfer Co 

Woodard, Clarke & Co.J 
Western Union Tele- 
graph Co __ 

Claussenius A Son, H.__ 

Davenport Bros 

Davenport, Thompson i 

Co _ , 

Dryer, O'Malley & Co.... 
Exposition sign Makers 

GlHfke Co.. \V. B 

Martin «fc Forbes ._ 

Muck Hardware Co 

Pacific Iron Works 

Fuller A Co., W. P 

Meier A Frank Co 

Exposition Sign Matters 

Marion County.. 

Mohr, Pet*»r 

Whitney, J. R... _ 

Williams, Frank - 

Baker Countv. _' 

Clackamas County . 



Rental of exhibits _J $ 

Final payment construction Festi- J 

val Hall tfo. 2 I 

Expenses, commissioner 

__do_ _ ' 

do | 

Storage on fruits , 

Apples • 

do... I 

Badges for Jury on county awards.' 

Apples i 

Pfnrs ; 

Kishfood I 

Fruits, etc i 

Berries i 

Advertising I 

Peaches I 

Apples 



Installing water pipe. 

Grapes 

Cartage 

Phone service 

Fruits — 

—do 

Apples 



1 



Prunes 

Rental of exhibits 

....do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Apples 

Expenses, commissioner 

Apples 

Sundry cash advances 

Fruits, etc 



Cartage 

Burlap 

Advertising.. 

Cartage 

Fruit 

Peaches 



Carbons _ 



Cartage 

Drugs, etc.. 



Telegraphic service 

Cleaning water closets. 
Fruits 



do- 



do. 



Painting signs 

Fruits 

16 loads Oregon grape 

Hardware 

Iron works 

Glass 

Tapestry rings, etc 

Making 5 banners 

Rental of exhibits 

Apples 

Printing _ _ 

Expenses, commissioner 

Rental of exhibits-— 

..„ do- _ „_. 



881 26 

234 80 
12 00 

600 
24 25 
98 40 
40 00 
16 U0 
20 00 

300 
54 75 

8 35 
294 00 

7 25 
2 60 

138 00 

12 00 

24 00 
86 50 
M 65 
24 10 

20 05 

21 35 

22 50 

19 25 
245 01 
355 42 
330 75 
384 05 
895 79 
230 98 

900 
72 00 
10 00 
18 10 
51 65 

16 50 

5 74 

33 00 

42 85 

8 75 
500 

8 20 

32 35 
1 70 

5 48 
4 20 
16 10 

13 35 
88 75 

4 00 
15 68 
40 00 

4 45 
24 23 

9 25 
658 

20 00 
350 57 

4 00 
47 79 

900 
60 00 
100 00 



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154 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 62- Concluded. 



Date. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1905 




Nov. 17 


83564 


17 


88565 


17 


34566 


17 


83.767 


17 


88568 


17 


83569 


17 


83570 


17 


88571 


17 


88572 


17 


88578 


17 


88574 


17 


88575 


17 


83576 


17 


38577 


17 


88*78 


24 


38501 


24 


88592 


Dec. 2 


38650 


2 


88660 


2 


88661 


2 


83662 


2 


38668 


2 


88664 


2 


38885 


16 


83772 


16 


83773 


1906 




Jan. 20 


84222 


20 


84228 


20 


34224 


July 27 


87127 


27 


87128 


27 


37129 


Sept. 2H 


88066 



In whoet favor. 



Coos County 

Douglas County 

Jackson County 

Josephine County 

Lane County 

Lincoln County 

Linn County— 

Morrow County. 

Polk County 

Sherman County 

Umatilla County 

Union County 

Washington County 

Wasco County ___ 

Yamhill County 

Marlon County 

Washington 'County 

Benton County 

Columbia County 

Harney County 

Josephine County 

Malheur County 

Wallowa County 

Wasco County 

Albert, J. H _. 

Giltner, Edmond C 

Landon, John...*. 

Williams, Frank... 

Young, F. G 

Trumbull, Millie R... 
Vanderbl It. Oscar R._ 
Whitney, J. R....:... 
The Oregonlan 



For what expended. 



Rental of exhibits, 
do- 
do- 
do, 
do- 
do- 
do, 
do- 
do- 
do, 
do- 
do- 
do, 
do. 
do. 



-if 



., do 

do 

do 

do _ _ 

do - 

do 

....do 

do _. 

._._ do... _ 

Expenses, commissioner . 
Secretary of commission. 



Services, watchman 

Expenses, commissioner 

do — 

Expenses, educational exhibit.. 

17 boxes apples _ 

Printing blanks, etc _. 

40 cuts for report 



J0C 
& 

m 

& 

wo 

100 

m 

60 
25 

160 
ffO 

1(0 
14 
60 

100 
IS 

222 

<m 

2o 
216 

80 
450 

60 
9 
15 
19 
34 
8 
240 



Total amount expended, ;. I $287,668 

STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 63. 

OREGON DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER. 

(For payment of the salary and expenses of the Oregon Dairy and Food Oommissione 
and salary and expenses of the deputy commissioner.) 

Balance or the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 _ I 1,098 » 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 986 15 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 S 112 74 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 203.] 



Date. 

-T90T~| 
Jan. I | 

A 
s 

13 
13 
13 ! 



A'o. of | 
; warrant. 



In wkoee favor. 



28962 ; Bailey, J. W. ._ _._ 

28968 Tartar, Herman 

29514 I Bailey, J. W _ 

29545 ! BMiley, Edna L 

29546 I Breeden. H. C 

29547 | FrazerA McLean 

29548 I PaciticStateMT.&T.Co. 

29549 | Woodard, Clarke & Co.. 



Fvr what expended. 



Amount. 



Salary, commissioner ' $ 

Salary, deputy commissioner I 

Expenses, commissioner 

Clerical services ___ J 

Office rent— > 

Livery hire _ _ J 

Phone service . 

Drugs, etc 



450 ( 
225 ( 
153 ( 

75 t 
4SC 
5C 
bC 



Total amount expended ! f 986 1 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



155 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 64. 

OREGON DOMESTIC ANIMAL COMMISSION. 

(For {he payment of salaries of the members, and general and contingent expenses of.) 

Balance of appropriation for the two years 1904-1904 unexpended Sep- 
tember 80, 1901 _ S 824 85 



Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 



707 90 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 $ 116 95 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1908, page 147 ] 



i***. 



Afc. Of 



In vhote favor. 



For ickat expended. 



~IS5" 

Jan. 1 28867 

1 28958 

1 I 2050 

9| 29468 

Mar. 23 I 80568 



-I- 



Chamberlain, Geo. E._. 

Dunbar, F. I. 

Downing, W. H 

McLean, wm. 



Johnson, A. S. 



$ 



Member of commission.. 

do 

do 

Services and expenses, State Vet- 
erinarian _ 

Reimbursement for loss of cattle.. 



62 SO 
62 50 
62 50 

405 40 
115 00 



Total amount expended _..' $ 707 90- 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 65. 

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 
(For aid tn collecting and preserving a library of historical literature relative to the settle- 
ment and acquisition of the Oregon Territory, etc.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 19W I 625 00 



Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive.. 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Act February 17, 1908, Laws 1906, page 76.] 



625 00 



Date. 


So. of 


In whoee favor. 


For what expended. 


Amount. 


1905 
Jan. 1 


28999 


Ladd, Chas. E., Treas... 


One-eighth of appropriation 


I 62500- 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 66. 

OREGON NATIONAL GUARD. 
, (Current expenses and maintenance, 1903.) 
Balance of the appropriation for the year 1903, unexpended September 

ao, 1904 :. _ I :. .:. s 1,268 54 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 40, 1906, 
inclusive $ 15 29 

Amount transferred to credit of the appropriation for the 
year 1905 1,258 25 1,288 54 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 _ $.. 

[Section 8279, Code.] 



No. of 



28815 



Dee. 14 

1905 

May 9[ 81117 
Nov. 24 



a favor. 



For what expended. 



White, Samuel j Cash advanced for freight. 

Finzer,W. E., P.M. Gen.] Cash advanced for janitor service. 1 



Transferred to credit of appropria- i 
tion for 1905. 



6 20 

900 

1,258 25 



Total amount expended ... S 1,268 54 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



156 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 67. 

OREGON NATIONAL GUARD. 
(Current expenses and maintenance, 100!*.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the year 1004, unexpended September 

30, 1904 S 12,140 25 

Amount expended. October 1, i904, to September 80, 1908, 
Inclusive - * 9.122 24 

Amount transferred to the credit of the appropriation for 
the year 1903 8,018 01 12,140 25 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1900 $ 

[Section 3279, Code.l 



Date. 



No. of | 
I warrant. ' 



In whose favor. 



1904 ; 
Oct. 29 
Nov. 1 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 , 
15 ! 

15 
15 



'28866 
28456 
28457 
28458 
28459 
28460 
28461 
28462 
28468 

28464 
28465 



| Elklns, Henry A., Capt. 

! Kinzer, W. E 

CorbetLEstate of H. W. 
Finzer, W. E.. Brig. Gen. 
Fairbanks, Morse & Oo- 
Hlcks-Chatten Kng. Co. 

Kuapp, L. A 

James, M. R 

Paci tic States T. A T. Co. 
Pick Transfer A Stor- 
age Co., C. O 

Waddle, John A., Col— 

Gantenbein, C. U., Col. 

3d Inf. - 



15 28466 



15 28467 



15 , 
15 i 

15 I 
15 
15 
15 



Yo ran .Geo. O., MaJ. 1st 
Sep. Bat 



28469 

28470 ; 

28471 | 

28472 , 
2*478 



For what expended. 



Cash advances, encampment 1904— $ 

Salary, Adjutant General 

Office rent _. 

Expenses, S. O, No. 73 

One scale 

Half tones for report 

Clerk, Q. M. Gen. Dept 

Stenographer, Adj. Gen. office 

Phone service 



Drayare — 

Attendance, military board 

Headquarters and per capita al- 
lowance, 3d Inf. 



Headquarters and per capita al- 
lowance, 1st Sep. Bat. 

Paddock, Fannie C, 

Memorial Hospital— 

St. Vincents Hospital. 

Baumgartner, Joseph, 

Lieut. CoK-— .— . Annual allowance for equipment— 

™"~r""~""do""i~-~ii~i™- 



Care of members O. N. G 

Care of Howard Memdell 



15 


28474 


15 


28475 


16 


28476 


15 


28477 


15 


28478 


15 


28479 


15 


28480 


15 


28481 


15 


28482 


15 


28483 


15 


28484 


15 


28485 


15 


28486 


15 


284&7 


15 


2S488 


15 


28489 


15 


28490 


15 


• 28491 


15 


28492 


15 


28493 


15 


28494 


15 


28195 


15 


28490 


15 


28497 


15 


28498 



Services, rifle team 

do 

...do 



Dobie, Roy M., Cant 

Fry, George L., Lieut... 
Henderson, O. D.,ChdL 
Daugherty, Wlllard F., 

Sergt 

Dunlap, Frank M., Priv. 
Jordan, Joseph E.,Priv. 

White, Charles H., Priv do 

Wllson,W.W.,Lleut.__ do 

Dole, Lewis M., Corp... do 

Driver, Vol ney C, Priv. J do 

Lewes, Archie Lee.Corp. 1 .— do 

Young, Freeman, Priv do 

MatUon, John, Corp.--- 1 do 

Ormandy.W. L., Lieut._| do 

Potter, Jay H., Priv do 

Rogers, J. M., Sergt.. do 



Cadonan, M. S., Corp do 

Denney, William M., 

Lieut. do . 

Abraham, Julius, Priv. _, do 

H ackelman, Roland (i., i 

Sergt I. do 

Marks, Wlllard L.,Lleut do - 

Moore, Homer J., sergt.; do — . 

stuart, Walter W T ., Priv do — 

Bennett, Andrew W., 

Priv r do 

Bonney,CharlesT.,Priv. do 

Todd,Grover,Q.M.Serg do 

Gutrldge,JamesH.,Serg___ do 

Rogers, Adna B., Lieut. do 

SalTng, Elmer E., Artif. do 



747 50 

150 00 
75 00 

157 70 
19 50 
21 75 

100 00 
50 00 
18 75 

4 20 
9 20 



105 70 



132 90 

129 00 
136 00 

40 00 
30 00 
40 00 
30 00 

400 
4 00 
400 
400 
600 
600 
400 
600 
600 
600 
3 00 
600 
600 
400 

900 
900 

900 
12 00 
900 
900 

900 
900 
900 
12 00 
16 00 
12 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



157 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. & -Continued. 




1904 




Nov. 16 


28400 


15 


28500 


15 


28501 


15 


28502 


15 


28503 


15 


28504 


15 


28505 


15 


28506 


15 


28507 


15 


28508 


15 


28509 


15 


28510 


15 


28511 


15 


28512 


15 


28513 


15 


28514 


15 


28515 


15 


28510 


15 


28517 


15 


28518 


15 


28519 


15 


28520 


15 


28521 


15 


28522 


15 


28523 


15 


28521 


15 


28525 


15 


28526 


15 


28527 


15 


28528 


15 


28529 


15 


28580 


Dec. 5 


28670 


8 


28704 


7 


28705 


7 


2K708 


7 


28707 


7 


28708 


14 


28758 


14 


28759 


14 


28700 


14 


28761 


14 


28702 


14 


28708 


14 


28764 


14 


28705 


14 


28766 


14 


28767 


14 


28708 


14 


28709 


14 


28770 


14 


28771 


14 


28772 


14 


28773 


14 


28774 


14 


28775 


14 


28776 


14 


28777 


14 


28778 


14 


28779 


14 


28780 




Wen hem, W. Lee, Mus. Services, rifle team j $ 

Davis, Edward R.,Priv ___do 

Furnish. James L..Priv do 

Hammond. Creed C„ 

Oapt 

Morris, Robert E., Sergt. 
Perdew, Raymond L., 

Corp 

Gilbert, W. A., Kent— 
Henderson, Cecil, Corp. 
Hunter. Henry H., Lieut 
Lamb, Melvin, Priv.___ n 
McCormlck/Thomas B, 

Corp 

Hamlin, Frank B.,Capt. 
Jackson, Com. 8 , Priv._ 
Stewart, Fred G., Sergt. 
Threlkeld, Walter 8., 

Sergt 

Rawlings, Harry, Prlv.. 
Smith, Eugene L..Sergt. 
Tucker, Roy M., Priv. 
Denney, William M., 

Lieut __ 

Gantenbeln, J. E. f Lieut 
Hockenyos, Henry, 

Lieut . ' — _.do 

Knltz, Bruce, Lieut. 
Hibbard. John B., Lieut. 

Gould, W. L., Capt 

Henderson, Paul B., 

Corp. 

Doyle, Jas. D. f Corp 

filuckwood, C. E.,Mus.- 

Rurt. R. C , Private 

Mondy, Wm. H., Priv._ 
Sever, Frank S.,Priv._. 
Spencer, Walter E..Pri v. 
Sundt, GroverC, Priv\_ 

Flnzer, W. E 

Brown, W.W.,Lieut.— 
McDonald. C. E., MaJ.__ 
Powell, Edwin F., Lt ... 
Smith, Chas. T.. Capt... 
Winn, C. B., Capt. A 

C 8 

Raker, Franck C, MaJ.. 
Hoi man, Richard W. 

Lieut 

Bursh, Joseph, Mus 

Finzer, W. E., Brig. 

Gen 

do 

James, M. R 

Knap p. L. H 

Army A Navy Journal-' Drill regulations. 

Blake-McFallCo Stationery _ 

Gill Co., The J. K , Office supplies 

Gordon, M. E., Prlv i Reimbursement for lost bicycle 

Hicks-Chatten Eng. Co.- Cuts for report 

O. R. A N. Co.- Transportation for rifle team 

Pad flc States T. AT. Co. Phone service.. 

One city directory 

Prn ting blanks 

Rifle range, Co. A, 3d Inf. 

Rifle range, Co. B, 3d Inf- 



do 

do 

"iii~"do"~~"inii™i™i 

II"""Ido"I~"lII"™~~Il 

do 

do.___ 

Salary, Adjutant General 

Annual allowance for equipment. 
do 

~~~.i"j™i™::do™~"™""™ii 






_ do... 

Services, rifle team. 



_do. 
_do. 



Expenses, S. O. No. 92 

Expenses, S. O. No. 96— 

Stenographer. Adj. Gen. office.. 
Clerk, Q. M. Gen. Dept _. 



Polk A Co., R. L 

Whitney. J. R 

White, Samuel, Capt— 

Dunbar, T. N., Capt 

Hammond, Creed C, 
Capt 

Haines, Robt. W., Lt... 
Hawiey, Melvin H., Pr._ 
Prescott, Bert W., Senr. 
Thompson, Louis E.,Pr. 



Rifle range. Co. A, 1st Sep. Bat.. 

Services, rifle team 

do 

do—_ 

do 



12 00 
9 00 
900 

12 00 
9 U0 

900 
12 00 
12 00 
10 00 
12 00 



12 00 


20 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


9 00 


9 00 


9 00 


1)00 


900 


9 00 


15 00 


« 00 


00 


« 00 


6 00 


2 00 


H0O 


00 


<> 00 


600 


(> 00 


150 00 


30 00 


40 00 


40 00 


30 00 


40 00 


«00 


800 


4 00 


17 00 


00 


50 00 


100 00 


4 50 


8 00 


2 70 


15 00 


8 70 


137 10 


9 80 


5 00 


129 00 


19 50 


25 00 


25 00 


20 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



158 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. «7— Continued. 



H:of 



1901 j 
Dec. 14 

" I 
14 

14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
28 



la who** favor, 



For what expended. 



1905 

Jan. 



1 
4 
4 
4 

Si 

4 

4 ' 
4 I 
4 
4 I 

i\ 

4 I 

4l 
4 I 

ii 

10 | 
10 
JO I 
10 

10 I 
10 , 

10 
10 , 
10 



28781 
28782 



28784 ! 

28785 1 

28786 ; 
287*7 I 
28788 I 
28780 
24790 
28791 

28792 i 

28793 ' 

28794 j 
28795 

28796 I 

28797 , 
28798 
28799 ■ 
28800 

28801 , 

28802 < 



Webb, Peter H., Priv.„ 
RartPll, G. E., Capt. .... 
.Roy, Senr. 



Services, rifle team 

ao 



28891 

288A5 
28896 



28804 

28805 i 

28806 

28807 

28811 I 

28812 

28818 

28814 

28892 



28964 I 

29266 

29267 1 

29268 

29269 , 

29270 

29271 

29272 * 

29273 , 
29274 

29275 I 

29276 , 

29277 ' 

29278 | 



29279 ' 

29280 | 
29281 
29282 I 
29531 
29532 | 
295*5 < 
29534 , 
29535 

29536 i 

29537 , 



29538 
29539 
29540 



Burgett, R„ ._ 

Moore, Wm. A., Prlv... 
Robinson, Geo. E., Prlv. 
Tyler, FrankllnC.Corp. . 

Conway, J. J., Corp do.. 

Crouch. L. C, Serg ' do.. 

Jones, H. D., Prlv L j do. 

Cramer-Gnstav, Corp.., do.. 

Dickel, Henry, Prlv ' do 

Geer, W. Ray, Serg | do 

Oesch, Ricbard L., Prlv.; do 

K el say, Roy, Serg... do 

Wal ker, Edwin W.,Prtv _ do ; ... 

Worrell, Jas. H., Corp ' do 

Bailey, Roy, Prlv do 

Nutter. Herberts., Prlv do 

Rider, Ulysses S., Priv._i do __ 

Shelton, Roscoe, Serg.„: do 

White, Ralph L.Serg._J do 

Carter, Fred M., Lieut..! do 

Eddy,AdolphusJ.,8erg. do 

Shelly, Allen B., Priv.J do 

Spencer, Geo. C, Serg.— 1 do 

Thomas, Harold, Corp.. do 

Cole, Ira W., Prlv : do 

Dueber, E. A., Prlv , do 

Krumpf, Albert, Prlv.__i do 

May, Jno. F., Prlv I do 

White, Samuel, Capt.__i Cash advances for freight 

Knapp, L. H., Capt. A 

Q. M. ' Mileage, etc., S. 0. No. 97 

Flnzer,W.E.,P.M. Gen. Sundry cash advances 

Bowman, Loren A., ' 

Capt i Rifle range, Co. C, 8d Inf. 

Hamlin, F. B., Capt i Rifle range, Co. D, 1st Sep. Bat... 

Smith, C. T., Capt Rifle range, Co. E, 8d Inf. 

Gould. W. L., Capt. I Rifle range, Co. F, 3d Inf. 

Dobie, R. M. t Capt i Rifle range, Co. H, 8d Inf. 

Jenkins, Albert £., Lt. J Rifle range, Co. K, 3d Inf. 

Finzer, W. E , 

White, Samuel. Capt.__, 

Dunbar, T. N., Capt 

Bowman, L. A., Capt._- 
Rartell, Gustav B.,Capt. 

Smith, C. T., CapL 

Gould, W. L., Capt 

Wallace, C. W., Capt.- 
Dobie, Roy M.. Capt.— 
Henderson, O.D., Capt.-, 
Scott, Ryland O., Capt.. 
ltogers, Adna B., Capt.-i 
Murphy, Chas. A., Capt., 
Hammond, Creed C., , 

Capt 

Evans, Hiram 8., Capt.J 
Williams, J. M., Capt.._i 

Hamlin, F. B., Capt. 

Welch, H. U., Capt ' 

James, M. R., 

Knapp, L. H j 

Kinzer,W.E., AdJ.Gen. 

do — 

McDonell, C. E 

Wallace, C. W., Capt.... 
Mears, E. C, Capt. and 

AdJ 

Gantenbein, C. U., Col.. 1 

do... 

do 



Salary, Adjutant General 

Allowance, Co. A, 8d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. B, 3d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. C,8d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. D, 3d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. E, 3d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. F, 8d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. G, 3d Inf. 

Allowance, Co. H, 3rd Inf. 



Allowance, Co. 1.3rd Inf. | 

Allowance, Co. K, 3rd Inf. , 

Allowance, Co. L, 3rd Inf. I 

Allowance, Co. M, 3rd Inf. j 

Allowance, Co. A, 1st Sep. Bat. I 

Allowance, Co. B, 1st Sep. Bat. I 

Allowance, Co. C, 1st Sep. Bat. ! 

Allowance, Co. D, UtSep. Bat. \ 

Allowance, 1st Battery Field Art I 

Stenographer, Adj. Gen. Office ' 

Clerk, Q,. M. Gen. Dept 

Services, etc., S..O. 103 | 

Sundry caqh advances . 

Per diem, etc., S. O. No. 101 

Rifle range, Co. G, 3rd Inf. 



Allowance, band, 3rd Inf. 

Rental of store room 

Allowance, headquarters, 3rd Inf._ 
Per diem, etc., S. O. No. 99 



15 00 


12 00 


9 00 


900 


900 


900 


600 


400 


4 00 


600 


400 


400 


400 


900 


9 00 


400 


900 


900 


900 


900 


900 


20 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


15 00 


600 


600 


2 00 


12 86 


13 30 


28 25 


25 01) 


19 50 


25 00 


25 00 


25 00 


25 00 


150 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 on 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


125 00 


150 00 


50 00 


100 00 


11 00 


36 00 


61 70 


25 00 


125 00 


t» 00 


09 40 


9 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



159 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. 67 -Concluded. 



Jan. iO 

10 
20 
20 
30 
Feb. 11 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 : 
20 
20 



20 
20 



20, 
20 ! 
20| 

20 
20 
20 
20 
Mar. 4 



28641 

29612 
29605 
29096 
29697 
2U971 
80282 
30288 
80234 
80235 
30236 
80237 
80288 
80238 
30240 

80241 
80242 

80243 
30244 

30245 
30246 
80247 

80248 
80249 



9 
9 
9 

9 

13 

24 

April 7 

7 



80884 

30685 

80466 
80467 
30468 
30466 
80488 

30554 
80687 



In tchott /««or. 



Fvr what exftndtd. 



16! 

Oct. 16 
16 

v ,6 i 
Nov. 18 ! 



31585 
83276 



Poor man, J. M., Lieut. 

Col. „„ _ 

Gantenbein, C. U., Col- 
Clark, L. M., Lieut 

Groehler, Carl, Lieut..— 
Renney, John M., Lieut. 
El kins, Harry A., Capt.. 
Henderson. O. D., Capt.. 

Welch, H. U., Capt 

Bart^ll, G. E., Capt.—- 
El kins, Harry A., Capt. 

Scott, R. O.. Capt 

Maynard, Nova, Capt- 

May, J.L..MaJ 

McDonnell, Allen J 

Sternberg, J. D., Asst. 

Surg 

Yoran, George O., Ma J.. 
— do 



Per diem, etc., S. O. No. 99 

Per diem, etc., S. O. No. 100 , 

Annual allowance lor equipment.. 
...- do 

do. 



Allowance, Troop A, Cavalry. 

Rifle range, Co. 1, 8rd Inf. 

Rifle range, 1st Battery, Field Art- 
Rifle range, Co. D, 3rd Inf. 

Mileage, etc., G. O. No. 19 

.do 



13 


30964 


24 


31024 


24 


81025 


24 


31026 


May 4 


31074 


9 


81118 


June 16 


31584 



Blake, McFall Co 

Interstate National 

Guard Asen 

Barrett Co., The John~ 
Paciflc States T. & T. Co._ 
Postal Telegraph Cable 

Co 

Southern Pacific Co 

Van Horn Transfer Co,. 
Western Union Tel. Co._ 

Whitney, J. R 

Houston, David L., 

Lieut. Col 

Moshberger, Eugene 

Lieut. 

Murphy, Chas. A. Capt.. 
Royle, Arthur J., Sergt- 
Voorhies, Gordon, Col. 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Flnzer, W. E., P. M. 

Gen _ 

Hunter, Henry, Lieut- 
Carter, Fred 5l., Lieut- 
Grant, William, Lieut.. 
Rodgers & Co., Geo. F— 
Honeyman Hardware 

Co _. 

Southern Pacific Co..—. , 

White, Samuel, Capt. 

Easter. Chester, Lieut... 
Rodgers A Cq~ Geo. F... 
Finzer, W. .E., P. M. 

Gen 

Ormandy, William L._.; 

Butterfleld Bros | 

Ragsdale, Irving L 



Allowance, Hospital Corps 

Allowance, Inspection 8. 0. No. 100. 
Allowance, headquarters, 1st Sep. 

Bat 

Paper 



Annual dues 

One portable lamp.. 
Phone service 



Telegraphic service 

Transportation for troops.. 

Cartage- 

Telegraphic services 

Printing blanks 



Annual allowance for equipment- 



Rifle range. Co. M, 3rd Inf. , 

Services, rifle team i 

Per diem, etc., S. O. No. 99 ■ 

Stationery 



83278 Hockenyos&Bufllnton- 
33541 ! Hazen, Geo. W., Lieut. 
Col, 




Sundry cash advances 

Annual allowance for equipment- 
Ruling and binding 

Hardware— j 

Transportation for troops 

Sundry cash advances _.J 

Annual allowance for equipment— i 
Binding reports 

Sundry cash advances j 

Stenographic services 

Gilt cross guns, etc ! 

Reimbursement for injuries at en- 

campment, American Lake i 

Cots, stretchers, etc 



1«K 
Jan. »1 



Annual allowance for equipment.. 1 
Cash advanced for care of horse 

! 

Transferred to credit of a p propria- ! 
tion for 1905 



Transferred to credit of a p propria- I 
tion for 1906 



15 60 
28 00 
40 00 
30 00 
30 00 

150 00 
25 00 
18 06 
25 00 
12 00 
900 
600 
900 
18 00 

75 00 
83 90 

65 00 
295 

600 
8 75 
960 

826 

185 95 

2 00 

1 85 

20 48 

40 00 

30 00 
25 00 
600 
900 
4 10 

16 85 
30 00 
80 00 
40 00 

4 50 

I 49 
28 25 
15 20 
30 00 
60 00 

8 00 

5 00 
742 00 

299 00 
18 75 

40 00 

500 



2,500 00 
518 01 



Total amount expended 6 12,140*25 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



160 



Report of Secretary of State; 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 68. 

OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY, 
(For payment of salaries of officers and employees, and for maintenance and general and 

contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 JL $ 3,K25 36 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 3.825 3ti 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 200.] 



So. of 



,.i 



In whose faoor 



Jan. 



I! 

2 ' 

21 

\\ 

2 
2 

2 I 

?! 
II 

V 

5! 

2 

2' 
2 i 
2 

2 ' 

2j 



29012 
29018 
29014 
29015 
29016 
29017 
29018 
29019 
29020 
29021 
29022 
29023 
29024 
29025 
29026 
29027 
29028 
29029 
29030 
29031 
29032 
29033 
29034 
29035 



For what expended. 



Quartler, W _.' Salary, druggist 

Hubbler, R. W I Salary, engineer 

Watson, D. B.. : Salary, commissary 

Dalrymple. A. M. . Salary, overseer 

Clark, W. H ' Salary, turnkey 

Charlton, C. M ' Salary, chapel guard— 

Bengen, John | Salary, shop guard 

Fisher, W. H..__ .__do._... 

Hicks, H. W ' do __ 

Hheehan, M. F.._ I do 

Bllyeu, J. A Salary, guard 

Cyrus, Warren do 

Hay den, W i do 

Huddleston, C. do ___. 

I^ewls, John H. i do 

Porter. W. H j do 

Kawson, H. A do 

Duncan, Ross do_. 



Branson, Troy I Salary, night guard 

I Cavanaugh. M. A. , do 

I Griffin, J. D ' do 

Jackson. Fred I do 

1 Smith, Z. T. I do... 

I Bair, J. C _ J Charcoal 

I James, C. W I Sundry cash advances... 



135 00 
225 00 
180 00 
180 00 
150 00 
180 00 
ISO 00 
180 00 
180 00 
180 00 
150 00 
160 00 
l.so no 
loO 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
187 50 
150 00 
150 00 
187 50 
10 92 
19 44 



Total amount expended I $ 3,825 : 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 69. 

OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY. 

(For purchase of machinery, farming implements, required in the conduct and 

maintenance of.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 .„ . $ 1,977 50 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September SO, 1906, inclusive 564 35 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 ft 1,418 15 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 200.] 



Dot*. , No °f , 

1 warrant. 



In who** favor. 



For what expended. 



1904 ' I 

Nov. 4 . 28372 Mitchell, Lewis AStav- 

I I er Co.— I Wagon 

4 I 28373 I Wiggins, F. A , Seed drill 

1905 ■ 

Jan. 17 I 29673 i Mitchell, Lewis A Stav- I 

I I er Co 1 Wagon and machinery., 

17 , 29674 Spencer Hardware Co— Potato forks 

17 I 29675 ! Wade & Co., R. M I Wagon spring, etc 



Total amount expended. 



112 00 
120 15 



827 <» 

1 So 

2 75 



564 &> 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 70. 

OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY. 
{For payment of salary of matron.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1008-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1004... I 488 45 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 120 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 I 866 45 

[Act February 18, 1908. Laws 1908, page 184.] 



A*©, of 
warrant. 



Jan. 2 



29011 



In who** favor. 



James, Irene.. 



For what mxpendid. 



Services, matron _ 8 120 0(V 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 

OREGON STATE PENITENTIARY. 



( Transportation of convicts.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 $ 1,548 80 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 1,548 80 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1903, page 201.] 



. S. — 



N..of 
warrant. I 



In who** favor. 



l»T 



Oct. 



Xov. 



25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25, 

25 1 

25, 

29 I 

11 ' 
15 1 

15 
15 1 

15 i 

2ft 
25, 

80 ! 



28851 i McClallen, Roy | 

28852 1 McClallen, H.*r 

28853 ; Lewis, Geo W ' 

28854 I Culver, W. J.__ _.| 

28865 , Taylor, T. D . 

28*56 i Penington, C. C ' 

28857 I Sexton, F. C I 

28859 ' Linvllle, Thos... j 

2>B80 I Cleek, Isom I 

28865 j Rader, J. M , 

28888 Frakes, L. D— 

28448 Shaver. J. R I 

28455 i Penington, C. C i 

28581 1 Sexton, F. C ' 

28585 Fisk, Fred ' 

28586 Bown, H. L.. i 

28588 Obenchain, Silas 

28609 Sexton, F. C— -J 

28661 I Davis, C.P I 



I For what oxpoadtd. 

J , 

| COUNTY, NO. CONVICTS. 

J Douglas ___one 

J Douglas — one 

J Josephine one 

Marion one 

Umatilla four 

Union _.six 

Wasco one„ 

Clatsop.. _one 

Crook __ two 

Jackson.. one 

Lake one 

Clackamas one 

Union one 

Wasco three 

Lane_ ..one 

Lane two 

Klamath two 

Wmsco one 

Umatilla two 



-L 



22 70 

38 00 

55 75 

800 

165 00 

252 45 
40 25 
48 70 

190 50 
72 00 

221 25 
18 45 
47 50 
71 25 
15 45 
28 40 

186 80 
40 85 
81 50 



Total amount expended _ | $ 1,548 80 



SEC'Y— pt. II. 11 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 72. 

OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officers, teacher* and employees, ami general and 

contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1901, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 _ _ S 7,910 80 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 6,500 60 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 % 1,410 20 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 201.] 



Date. 


No. of 
warrant 


\m~ 





Nov. 10 


28104 


10 


28405 


10 


28406 


10 


28407 


10 


28408 


10 


28409 


10 


28410 


10 


28411 


10 


28412 


10 


28418 


10 


28414 


10 


28415 


10 


28416 


10 


28417 


10 


28418 


Dec. 6 


28681 


6 


28682 


6 


28688 


6 


28684 


6 


28685 


6 


28686 


6 


28687 


6 


28688 


1905 




Jan. «;5 


29287 


5 


29288 


5 


29289 


5 


29290 


5 


29291 


5 


29292 


5 


29293 


5 


29294 


5 


29295 


5 


29298 


5 


29297 


5 


29298 


5 


^9299 


5 


29300 


5 


29301 


5 


29302 


5 


29303 


5 


29301 


5 


29305 


5 


29306 


5 


29307 


5 


29308 


5 


29309 


5 


29310 


5 


29311 


5 


29312 


fi 


29318 


r> 


29314 


5 


29315 


5 


29316 



In tcho$e favor. 



I 



For what txptnd«d. 



Brownell, 8. 8 

Bruer, Henry Q 

Cross, E. C. 

Dry Powder Fire Ex- 
tinguisher Co — 

Howeil, Mrs. A. W 

House Furnishing Co... 

I r win-Hod son Co. 

Oregon Nursery Co 

Oregon Shoe Co 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 
Spencer Hardware Co- 
Stay ton Chair Co 

Thos. Kay Woolen Mill 

Co _ 

WadhamsA Kerr Bros.. 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Carey, R. W 

Balfour, Guthrie* Co.. 

Bates, C. O 

Cavanaugh. L. C 

Craig, R. W„ 

David, Thomas 

Smith, Mrs. M. C 

Taylor, W. A 

Chamberlain, Geo. E. 
Dunbar, F. I.„. 
Moore, una*. 8. 

Looney, N. H. 

Looney, Mrs. N. H 

Amort, John 

Beard, H. L 

Bruer, Henry 

Drager, Rue 

Hammitte, Mnude 

Humphreys, Lester 

Powell, Bertha 

Presnall, H. R 

Robnett, J. H 

Sen mid, Herman. 

Hchmid, Mrs. Herman.. 

Slegmund, L. K 

Klmeral, W. L 

Slmpaon. W. H 

Sparks, Win. 

Spark*, Mrs. Wm 

Stahl, G. I 

Stahl, Mrs. G. I 

Balfour, Guthrie A Co.. 

Bnren & Hamilton 

Capital Soap Works 

Citizens' L.AT.Co 

Fuller & Douglas 

Gilbert & Baker 

Hilleary, Wm 



Drying prunes, etc | $ 

Salary, assistant carpenter 

One barrel lard 



Fire extinguishers 

Salary, ass't housekeeper A nurse. 

Shade cloth, etc. 

Blank record book 

Fruit trees 

Shoes, etc. — — 

Phone service 

Oil, coal, tableware 

Chairs 



I 



Uniform cloth 

Crackers 

Crockery 

Turkeys 

Flour and barley . 

Beef 

..do 

-do 

do.. 




Salary, superintendent I 

Salary, matron ^ i 

Salary, teacher ' 

Salary, carpenter i 

Salary, assist ant farmer 

8alary, housekeeper | 

Salary, niyhtwatch - i 

Salary, dairy maid 

Salary, supervisor I 

Salary, physician | 

Salary, shoemaker, etc. ' 

Salary, talloress . I 

Salary, engi neer 

Salary, steward ! 

Beef I 

Salary, principal teacher .1 

Salary, laundress 

Salary, family manager , 

Salary, supervisor I 

Barley j 

Moulding, etc *__< 

Soap 

Lighting 

Groceries, etc.- 

Glass, oil, etc. ' 

Beef ■ 



faO 18 
38 00 
35 05 

16 20 
20 32 
82 80 

23 90 
18 00 
43 75 
27 4* 
27 34 
47 50 

104 00 
14 50 
82 05 
87 20 

142 52 
86 44 
70 24 

40 25 

41 88 
10 00 
72 59 

62 50 
62 50 
62 50 
375 00 
160 00 

24 55 
150 00 
180 00 

90 00 
90 00 
135 00 

75 00 
150 00 

45 00 
120 00 
120 00 
J 95 00 
180 00 

14 44 
165 00 

90 00 
165 00 

90 00 

56 46 

76 53 

24 20 
815 25 

25 81 
120 45 

24 80 



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163 



STATEMENT V-Exhibit No. Tl-Ooncluded. 



No. of , 



In whoa* favor. 



For what •xpondtd. 



1*05 




Jan. 5 


29917 


5 


20418 


5 i 


28319 


5 


20320 


5 i 


29321 


o 


29322 


5 1 


29823 


5 ' 


29924 


b i 


29325 


5 


29326 


o 


29327 


5| 


29828 


^ i 


29829 


5 


29330 


5 


29831 


5 i 


'29332 


5' 


29888 


5 ! 


29834 


5 


29885 


«l 


293H6 


5 1 


29387 


5 l 


29888 


*l 


29889 


5 1 


29840 


al 


29841 


5 


29842 


5 I 


29843 


6 


29450 


» 


29478 


9 


29479 


9* 


29481 


April 7 , 


909O7 


July 11 ' 


31963 


H i 


31984 



House FnrnlKblng Co.__ 

Hughe* Co.,Jno.-__ 

Looney, N. H 

Looney, D. H 

Lamport, E. S 

Meyer* A Hon*, Jos. 

Olds, Wortman <ft King. 
Pacl tic States T. A T. Co.. 

Patton Bros. 

Portland Wire & Iron 

Works 

Putnam, G. W 

Rlan, John . 

Rodger* & Co., Geo. F.- 
Salem Flouring Mill Co. 
Balera Oregon Stat'sm'u 

Shafer, F. E. 

Smith, Mrs. Emily 

8tockton A Co., J. L. 

Stolz Co., Gideon 

Taylor, W. A 

The Thos. Kay Woolen 

Mill Co 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Whitney, J. R 

Will, Geo. C 

Wlnans, W. R 

Wright, B. E 

Wiggins, F. A 

Salem Wool'n Mill Store 
8pencer Hardware Co._ 

Riggs, Zadoc 

Anderson, S. F. 

Ridings, F. J 

Salem Flouring Mills Co. 
Salem Gun Store 



Furniture 

Groceries, etc 

Sundry cash advances 

Beef 

Harness sundries 

Drygi>od» 

Carpet, rugt*. etc. 

Phone service ... 

Stationery, books, etc. 



Window guards. 

Drugs 

Salmon. 
Blanks, etc.. 

Shorts _ 

Advertising 

Harness 

Chickens 

Drygoods 

Vinegar 

Chickens and turkeys 



-!• 



1 



Uniform cloth 

Hardware 

Printing letterheads, etc... 
Sewing machine supplies.. 
Sunday school supplies.:.. 

Dental services 

Plow 

Clothing 

Hardware 

Drugs 

Rental of pasture 

Capturing runaway 

Feed 

Nose guard 



Total amount expended. 



133 00 
177 21 
157 85 
65 85 
88 45 
50 56 
154 14 
34 00 
144 54 

10 28 
665 

28 35 

14 00 
47 00 

11 45 
20 00 

648 
240 06 

15 58 
15 48 

97 50 
75 63 

12 25 
47 30 
22 00 

400 
15 00 
11 00 
42 81 
88 15 
36 40 

500 
123 50 

1 50 



9 6.500 60 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 73. 

OREGON STATE REFORM SCHOOL. 

(For payment of the expense* of constructing and furnishing new buildings; for the general 

repairs and improvements, and for the purchase of tools, machinery, 

farming implements, etc.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904„__ _ __ 9 471 91 

Amount expended, October 1. 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 459 47 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906- S 12 47 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 201.] 





No. of 




warrant. 


1904 




Nov. 10 


28419 


10 


28420 


11 


28421 


1905 




Jan. 6 


29451 


6 


29452 


6 


29453 


6 


29454 


9 


29480 



In who** favor. 



Making survey, etc.... 

Blacksmithing 

Tin roofing, etc 

Barr, Theo. M \ Plumbing materials., 



Herrick, Jr., B. B.. 

28420 ! Pohle & Bishop... 
-"•■" Btelner* Berger.. 



For what trptnded. 



Capital Improv. Co. 

Fred Rice 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Voget Lum. & Fuel Co- 



Cement, brick, clay.. 
Harrow .... 
Hardware. 
Lumber ... 



20 00 
32 25 

7 70 

24 48 

20 85 

15 00 

172 50 

167 19 



Total amount expended _. , f 459 47 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 74. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS AND SECRETARY OF BOARD OF PILOT 
COMMISSIONERS. 

{For the payment of the salaries of.)' 

Balance of the appropriation for tbe two years 1908-1904. unexpended 
September 30, l904._ __ $ 450 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 190(5, Inclusive 450 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $.. 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 146.] 



Dot.. *•■•/ 
warrant. 


In whose favor. j For what expended. \ Amommi 

1 


1906 
Jan. 1 

1 
1 


28972 
28973 
28974 
28975 


1 1 

Campbell, J. E. i Salary, commissioner $ . 100 

Farrell, Sylvester. i do i0t) 

Noland, Geo do 100 

Lebeck, Leander | Salary, secretary of board l 150 



Total amount expended I 4-50 i 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 75. 

STATE PILOT SCHOONER. 

(Insurance and maintenance, 1905.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the year 1903, Unexpended September 
30,1904 „ _ $ 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 

[Section 4010, Code.] 



J 70 



DaU. \ No ' °t 
j warrant . 


In whose favor. 


For what expended. \ Awtount. 


1 


1 




1 1 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 76. 

STATE PILOT SCHOONER. 

(Insurance and maintenance, 1901*.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the year 1904, unexpended September 

30, 1904 .„-.. — 8 650 2ff 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 S 650 W 

[Section 4010, Code.] 



Date. 


No. of 
warrant. 


In whose favor. j For what expended. 


Amoumt. 




! ! 




r I 





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165 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 77. 
portage railway between the dalles and celilo. 



[For building, constructing, equipping, operating and maintaining a portage railway be- 
tween the Highest and lowest points of the navigable waters of the Columbia 
River between The Dalles and Celilo in Oregon.) 

Balance of the appropriation tor the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 19u4 1 102,886 68 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 162,896 58 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 

[Act February 17, 1903, Laws 1903, page 108-109.] 



- | 



D«*. . No '°f 



Jm wkott favor. 



For what «xp««<i«i. 



l>ec. 



21 
6 
17 
17 
17 
20 
22 
22 

2H 
2* 



1905 
Jan. 4 
*Vb. 15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15' 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 
15 



1904 

Sow 10 _„_ 

10 28394 

10 28895 

10, 28390 

10 I 28397 

10 28896 

10. 28399 

10 28400 

10 28401 

10 28402 

10, 28408 

18 j 28550 

18 ■ 28552 

18' 28568 

18 1 28554 

IK ! 28556 

18 28556 

18 28557 

21 28592 



28596 
28690 
28854 
28855 



28875 
28879 



28890 
28901 



80084 
80085 
80086 
30037 
30088 
30089 
80040 
80041 
80042 
30048 
80044 
80045 
30046 
30047 
80048 
80049 
30050 
80051 



McMillan, A. J 

'Abry. HTR™~U™ 

Boardman, T. A. 

Chung Chew 

Durno, H. A. 

Lundberg, N. O 

McCulloch, Wm 

Merrill, H.G 

Parker, M. F 

Wygant, Morris 

Abry, H. E 

Broad man. S. H 

Chrisman Bros. 

Glen, H 

Mays A Crowe 

Peters A Co- Jos. T. 

Plummer, P. 8 

Smith A Brown 

Moore, Chas. S., State 
Treasurer 



Wygant, MonU 

Brown, Emma Murpby 

Merrill, H. G 

Herrick, W. H 

Robertson, R. C 

Seufert Bros. Co 

Boardman, S. H 

Bolton, Simeon, Clerk, 

Wasco County— 1 

Abry.H.E 

Hulbert, J. 8 

McMillan, A. J 



Services, engineer j \ 

Expenses, engineer 

Services, draughtsman 

Services, transltman , 

Services, cook 

Services, chalnman | 

Services, flagman and cook 

Services, roaman ■ 

Services, axeman 

Services, leveler 

Services, draughtsman —I 

Services, transltman ' 

Meats 1 , 

Lumber, etc.... 

Groceries, provisions, etc 

Lumber 

Boarding engineering crew 

Livery hire 



Cash paid for right of way to O. R. 

ANVCo - I 

Expenses, leveler ! 

Typewriting for Attorney-General.' 

Services, rod man i 

Services, axeman i 

Services, chalnman I 

Meals furnished engineering crew.: 
Services, transltman 



Costs In re Stale v. I. H. Taffe... 

Services, draughtsman 

Services, chain man. 



Crawford, A. M 

McMillan, A.J 

Abry. H. E 

Boardman. T. A 

Hawk, C. V 

Herrick, W.H 

Hulburt, J. S , 

McClelland, Robt I 

Merrill, H. G 

Parker, Harvey 

Wygant, Morris : 

Young, Clayton ' 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Glenn, H _. 

Hunt, C. A 

Mays & Crowe 

Peters, Jos. T 

Seufert Bros. 

, Slnnott A Fish 



Services and expenses, engineer 

Expenses, Attorney-General 

Services and expenses, engineer... 

Services, assistant engineer 

do.. 

Services, chalnman 

Services, axeman. 

Services, rod man 

Services and expenses, engineer- 
Services, chalnman 

Services, axeman 

Services, rodrnan 

Services, timber inspector 

Engineering stationery 

Drawing board 

Office rent 

Axes, etc __ 

Grade stakes 

Meals for engineering crew 

do 



■ 



270 00 
77 65 
188 88 
100 00 
22 68 
46 67 
46 67 
41 81 
46 67 
40 88 
80 60 
70 88 
57 03 
80X2 
14 48 
72 70 
10 65 
26 26 
20 50 



7.281 26 
48 60 
18 20 
7 50 
6 75 
6 75 
112 80 

14 60 

10 00 
102 15 

11 25 
263 90 

4 60 
240 25 
08 55 
87 10 
84 84 
84 84 

87 42 

88 51 
84 84 
84 84 
41 44 
20 00 
40 82 

4 72 

20 00 

2 25 

15 60 
150 25 

12 50 



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1G6 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 77— Continued. 



Dal*.. 

~ 1906" 

Feb. 15 

15 

15 



Mar. 



No. of 
warrant. 



9 
80 

April 1 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
13 
13 
IS 
15 
18 



May 9 



June 



80052 
80053 
30054 



In who** favor. 



Smith & Brown 

Ward & Robertson. 
Nelson & White 



15 80055 I 
7 808UH 
7 I 80899 I 
7 8(1400 
7 j 80401 I 
80102 
80408 
30404 
80406 
80400 
80107 
80408 
30400 
30410 
80452 
80453 
80154 | 

80468 ! 

80464 | 

80465 | 
80576 ! 
80780 >. 
80846 

80887 ' 

80888 | 
30889 
80890| 
80891 
80892| 
80898 

80894 I 

80895 > 

80896 | 



8092? | 



81007 I 
31010 

31011 ! 
81089 I 
31090 
31091 i 
81092 
31098 . 
31094 
81095 i 
31096 
31097 , 
31128 . 



McMillan, A. J 

do | 

McClelland, Robt 

Abry.H. E 

Board man, S. H 

Gordon, Scott . ' 

Hawk, C. V 

Herrlck, W.H 

Hulburt, J. S. ...' 

Merrill, H. G I 

Parker, Harvey . 

Wygant, Morris ' 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Maler& Shanno I 

Allen. Jos 

Newell, J. P 

Nelson & Whl{p I 

McClelland, Robt. ! 

Seufert Bros. Co. I 

Young, C. F 

Illinois Steel Co | 

McClel lan'iritobt"!™ I 

Abry, H. E I 

Board man, S. H. !. 

Gordon, Scott E I 

Hawk, fc. V 

Herrick, W. H I 

Merrill, H.G . 

Mlddlebrock, E. A | 

Parker, Harvey , 

Young, C. F. _J 

Robertson, Ward I 

Illinois Steel Co 

Newell, J. P I 

Young, C. F , 

Wygant, M._ ' 

Nelson <fc White. 



F»r what expended. 

Team hire £ 

do. 

First payment on contract con- , 

struct! ng road I 

Services, engineer 

do ' 

Services, ansistant engineer j 

Services, division engineer 

do 

Services, rod man I 

do 

Services, chalnman I 

Services*, rod man j 

Services, chalnman 

dO ; 

Services, rodman - ' 

Stationery ,' 

Wood ! 

Meals i 

Rental of transit " 

Second payment on contract con- ; 
strucilng road 

Services and ex pennes, engineer.— ' $ 
Meals furnished engineering crew_| 

Services, timber inspector , 

Steel rails, angle bars, etc. . 

Servfces and expenses, assistant i 

engineer \ 

Services, division engineer . 

do. 



81124 

12 ! 31125 . 

12 I 31126 j 

17 | 31133 

23 31854 

23 | 81427 

28 81428 

7 31504 

7 81503 , 

7 31506 , 

7 | 31507 

7 ' 8150S. 

7 I 31509 

7 ' 31510 



Setifert Bros. Co.... 

McClelland, Robt 

Alexander, Geo. 

Board man, S. H 

Gordon, S. E 

Hawk. C. V 

Merrill, H.G 

Parker, Harvey 

Gunning, F. S 

Ward & Robertson 

Hahn. Henry.. 

Gunning, F. S 

Mousley, Frank— 

Columbia River <fc 

Northern Ry. Co. 

Heufert Bros. Co 

Middlebrooks, K. A 

Hoflus <fc (To., W. D 

Nelson & White— 



McClelland, Robt.-.. 

Board man, S. H. 

Alexander, Geo. 

Gordon. Scott 

Hawk, C.V 

Merrill, H 

Neff, L 



Services, pile inspector 

do 

Services, chalnman 

Services, tapeman i 

Services, rodman ' 

Services, chalnman ] 

Services, timber inspector 

Livery hire 

Steel nU Is, etc 

Rental of transit \ 

Expenses, timber inspector _._; 

Services, rodman | 

. Third payment on contract con- . 

I structing road I 

. Meals furnished engineering crew.' 
.1 Services and ex pent-es, engineer... i 

. Services, chalnman \ 

-i Services, engineer j 

J Services, Ins tru men tman ! 

. Services, Inspector \ 

. Services, chalnman.. | 

. Services, axeman ; 

-i Hardware.. ' 

J Livery hire ; 

. services, replacing frogs 

.' Services, repuuchlng tie plates j 

Services, painting mess house i 

Tie plates- _ , 

Meals furnished engineering crew., 

Services, instrumentman 

Switch material, etc 

Fourth payment on contract con- 
structing road 

Services and expenses, engineer- 
services, division engineer 

Services, axeman 

Services, instrumentman 

Services, pile Inspector 

Services, chalnman 

Services, bridge inspector 



IS 00 
10 00« 

150 00- 

150 oo 
125 oo 

100 00 
100 00 
10 71 
.TO 00 
40 00 
31 43 
40 00 
40 00 
47 21 
2 70« 
8 7">. 
« 25 
12 50 

15,025 51 

.V) 00 

i.w 25 

100 oo 

10,197 S8. 

1,070 44 

219 SO 

ma* 

100 00 
50 00- 
50 00 

21 93 
40 00 
17 74 
40 00- 

187 20 

22 00 
11,819 25 

5<X> 

44 00 
24 .50 

33,751 71 
140 0i> 

22X40 

4 OO 
100 00 

WOO 
.V) 00 
40 H> 
21 33 
2 tv'j 

5 00 
50 00 
IS 50 
t>) 00 

Ks 00 
07 25 

45 00 
501 i«0 

25,910 rt> 

1S7 50 
100 1)0 
40 0l> 
50 00 
50 00 
40 (*> 
70 16 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 77- Concluded. 



DaU*. 


So. of 






warrant. 


1906 ~ 




June 


* 


81511 




i 


31512 




9 


31628 




» 


81529 




16 


81580 




16 


31581 


July 


6 


31909 




6 


81910 




6 


31911 




6 


81912 




7 


31930 




11 


81945 




11 


81946 




11 


81947 




11 


81948 




11 


81949 




11 


81950 




11 


81951 




11 


81952 




11 


31953 




11 


81954 




14 


82115 




20 


32275 


Aug. 


24 


82588 




24 


82589 


Sept. 


11 


32689 




11 


32690 




20 


82827 



In who** favor. 



Mousley, Prank M } 

Fairbanks, Morse A Co._| 

Illinois Steel Co — ; 

Oregon Kallr'd A Nav. I 

Co ! 

Heacock A Lawrence , 

Iron Works Co . 

Nelson A White , 

McClelland, Robt 

Morgan, E._. 

Murray, J. T , i 

NeflT. L 

Mariner, W. J., Smith, 
J. A., Hahn, H 

Ager, Crlss 

Boardman, S. H 

Gordon. Scott 

Hawk. C. V 

Merrill, H._. 

Hunt, C. A.„_ 

McClelland, Robt. 

Mousley, F. M ^ 

Seufert Bros. Co 

Sexton A Walther 

Gunning, F. S 

Nelson A White 

Oregon Rallr'd A Nav. 
Co 

Peters A Co., Joseph T. 
Hahn, Henry, chairm'n 



Nelson A White 

Martin, Q. D I 



for what expended. 



Services, painting mess house, etc. 
Engineering materials 



'$ 



Spikes 
Cartage. 



Diamond crossings I 

Fifth payment on contract con- • 

structlng road...- i 

Services, engineer 

Services, chainman 

Labor , 

Services, bridge Inspector 

Payment on contract for locomo- 
tive and cars 

Labor 1 

Services, division engineer I 

Services, instrumentman > 

Services, rodman . 

Services, axeman 

Office rent.. 

Expenses, engineer 

Services, painting wharf boat 

Meat* 

Hardware.. 

Blacksmi thing 

Sixth payment on contract con- 
structing road 



Freight on crossings from Portland. 

Stakes, lumber, freight charges 

Final payment on contract for 
locomotive and cars 

Final payment on contract con- 
structing road and for extras 

Services, replacing rolling stock— 



158 40 

299 78 
1,383 50 

2,053 53 

779 07 

7,587 90 

WiOO 

13 33 

28 12 

35 00 



10,000 00 
36 00 
100 00 
20 00 
70 97 
32 00 
25 00 
87 60 
275 60 
215 75 
104 ATI 
20 95 

11,691 29 

25 63 
181 83 

2,292 27 

11,838 03 
70 50 



Total amount expended I $ 162,398 58 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 78. 

PUBLICATION OF PROCLAMATIONS, NOTICES OF WARRANT CALLS, ETC. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 _ _ _ * 250 30 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 83 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 217 30 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 148.] 



"""' ; warrant. 



1904 



/m whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



Dec. 29 1 28900 Rainier Gazette I Publishing proposed Local Option 

I Lhw i * 



33 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 79. 
LIGHTING of public buildings. 

( To provide for lighting by electric or other light* the -Capitol Building, Penitentiary , Insane 

Asylum, Blind School, and other public buildings and institutions which now 

are or may hereafter be established at the State Capital, etc,) 

Balance of the appropriation of act February 25. 1908, unexpended Sep- 
tember 80, 1904 S 15.000 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 15,000 00 

[Act February 25, 1903, Laws 1903, pages 317-318.] 



Date. ' *<>••/ In whose favor. 
| warrant. 


For what expanded. 


Amount. 


, ; 






: ; 







STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 80. 

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS. 

{For payment of the salary of the Governor, $1,000, of the Secretary of State and State Treas- 
urer, each $600 a year, for their services in supervising the public 
works, public buildings, etc.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 I 500 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 500 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 146.] 

Dot*. ** ' °f ' In whose favor. For what expended. Amount, 

warrant. \ I 

- .985" —■ ^ ! i 

Jan. 1 | 28954 ' Chamberlain, Geo. E | Salary, commissioner | 250 00 

1 ' 28955 i Dunbar, F.I , do 125 00 

1 28850 1 Moore, Chas.S \ do _ ( 125 00 

Totat amount expended | | 500 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 81. 

PUBLIC ROADS BETWEEN STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

{For repairing, improving, building, and constructing the public roads leading from the 
State Penitentiary to the State Insane Asylum, to the Asylum Farm, to the 
Deaf-Mute School, and to the State Reform School.) 

Balance of the appropriation for tbe two years 1903-190J, unexpended 
September 80, 1904 S TOO 01 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive TOO 01 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $.. 

[Act February 19, 1908, Laws 1903, page 118-114.] 



DU,. I **•••/ 



5ov. 11 
11 



28445 



23 
23 
23 
23 
23 
1905 
May 3 



Oct. 



' 28800 

i 28400 

I 28001 
28602 

l 28608 

. 28804 

i 28806 

1 28006 

S1061 
81052 

j 51068 
31064 
31065 
81056 

< 31067 



88007 



1 88000 
I 33010 
, 83011 

88012 
I 33013 

83014 
I 83015 



/» who** favor. 



For what exptndid. 



Macey, Jesse | Labor and team blre. 

Zolluer. Joseph i do 

Bones, w. A I do 

Crnm, W. M i do 

DeSart, Ralph , do 

Fisher, Kay | do 

Herren, Prank „_., „ —do 

Herreu, H. E do 

Kammie, Carl i do 

Taylor, Wm do 

Ashby, J. B._ ! do 

Dick man, L I do 

Harris, L. B i do 

Horner, J. D. ! do.. — 

Mourer. J do 

Rasmussen, Pete 1 do 

Tlmm, W 1 do 

Ashby, J. B I do-. 

Aufranc, A. E. , do.. 



Dick man, L. 

Drager, A. W 

Hager, A. J. 

Harris, L. B _ 

Jones, P. L. 



Lloyd, C. P '.. do 

Tarpley, H. C ' Services, guard 

White, T. H, T * * 



do 



.., Labor and team hire.. 



$ 900 


750 


28 50 


72 00 


57 00 


70 50 


21 00 


110 41 


27 00 


83 00 


1 18 00 


15 00 


15 00 


600 


18 00 


> 900 


18 00 


25 00 


12 00 


28 00 


i 800 


900 


45 00 


| 600 


4 10 


12 00 


2100 



Total amount expended i I 700 01 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 82. 



REWARDS FOR ARREST8. 

(For the payment of, authorized by Section SS96 of Bellinger and Cotton's Annotated Codes 
and Statutes of Oregon.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years, 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 _.._ _ $ 800 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 800 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $.. 

f Act February 23, 1903, Laws 1903, page 204.] 



09U, **»• •/ 



In who*e favor. 



For what expondtd. 



m 



r: 



Jan. 20 29676 1 Nelson, Ole 



—i Arrest, Cbas. W. Walton S 300 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 83. 
state board of health. 

(For paying the salary of the secretary, and any clerical srrrtc* that he may require, an 
to meet the contingent expense of Vie offtcf of the secretary and the expenses 
of the boar d, for the yar litOS.) 
Balance of the appropriation for the year 1908, unexpended Septem- 
ber^, 1904 _ _ * 04 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 30, 1900, inclusive. 





Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 _ 

[Act February 17, 1903, Laws 1903, page 84.] 


$ 


01 


DaU. 


1 So ' •/ /n trho*« fawor. j For tehat expanded, 
warrant. J ' r 


i 

1 


Amount. 




1 i 
-1 - _.! 







STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 84. 
state board of health. 

(For paying the salary of the secretary and any clerical service that he may require and 
meet the contingent expenses of the secretary and the expenses of the Board 
for the year 190!*.) 
Balauce of appropriation for the year 1903, unexpended September 30, 

1904. _— ^___ S 1/287 82 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1.282 37 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 _ f 5 45 

[Act February 17. 1903, Laws 1903, puge 82.] 



Date. 



1904 
NOV. 17 
17 
17 

17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 

Dec. 17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
1905 

Jan. 14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 

Feb. 23 

Apr. 24 
1906 

July 21 



No. of 
warrant. 



28589 
28540 
28541 

28542 

28543 

28544 

28545 

28546 

28547 

28548 

28519 

28857 

28858 

28859 

28860 

2S861 ' 

28862 I 

288«3 

28864 

28865 I 

28866 | 

29638 ! 
29639 

29640 ; 

29641 ! 
29642 

29643 i 

29644 | 

29645 ] 
19646 ] 

29647 i 

29648 i 

29649 I 

29650 I 
30303 j 
31023 I 



Alexander A Co.,L. A M 

Blake-McFall Co. 

De Lavel Dairy Supply 

Co 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Holmes Coal A Ice Co.. 
Hutchinson, Woods _„. 
Kllham Stationery Co. 

Oregon Compauy. 

Pacific States T.A T.Co. 

Portland Bird Co.. 

Woodard, Clarke A Co. 
Hutchinson, Woods .... 
Kllham Stationery Co. 

Matson, Ralph C 

Oregon Company _ 

Pad flc States T.& T.Co. 

Polk & Co., R. L 

Portland Gas Co 

Potter, Harriet.. 

Proebslel, Estelle 

Woodard, Clarke <fe Co. 

Hutchinson, Woods , 

Klrker, A. J 

Matson, Ralph C ! 

Kinney, Alfred. I 

Smith, Chas. J._ ! 

Abbott, J. D. M._ — 

(Jill Co., The J. K ! 

Kllham Stationery Co.. I 

Oregon Company 

Pacl tic States T. A T. Co.! 

Pmebstel, A. E j 

Whitney, J. R — | 

Woodard, Clarke A Co. 

Plckel, E. Barton 

Pierce. E. A i 



For what erptnded. 



Typewriter supplies . ____i $ 

Stationery : 



Milk tester, etc.. 
Roll books, etc.. 



Ice. 

Cash advanced for postage. 

Stationery _ 

Office rent 

Phone service 

Guinea pigs, rabbits, etc... 

Labratory supplies 

Expenses, secretary 

Stationery _. 

Labratory supplies _. 

Office rent 

Phone service 

City directory _ 

Gas. 



Clerical services 

do.„_ 

Labratory supplies- 



Services and expenses, secretary... 

Clerk.. 

Professional services 

Expenses, member of board 



100 mailing tubes 

Subscription and books 

Paper, etc _ 

Office rent.. __. 

Phone service 

Clerical services 

Printing __. 

Drugs, etc. 

Expenses, member of board. 
..do 



36821 I Gill Co., The J. K I Journal of Hyglene. 



21 
1 
40 

4 

16 
21 
3 
1 
40 
8 
f) 
3 
5 
10 
11 

624 
150 
60 
14 

9 

5 
54 

G 
40 

s 
14 
2* 
13 
27 

1 



Total amount expended i 1,3 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 85. 



STATE BOARD OF HORTICULTURE. 



(For payment of the services and expenses of the members and officers and the general and 

contingent expenses.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 11)03-1904, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 $ 2,389 10 

Amount expended, October l f 1904, to September 30, 1900, iuclusive 2,339 10 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 t_. 

f Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1903, page 147.] 



Data. 



No. of I 

U.I 



In whooe favor. 



For Khat expended. 



"BoT- 1 

Xov. 17 , 

17 
1905 
Jan. 17 | 
17 I 
17 

V 

17 ' 

17 ' 

17 

17 

17 

17 

19 

19 



28588 



29625 
29626 
29627 



July 



Crocker Co., C. H ' 

Whitney, J. R \ 



Carson, A. H 

Oeer. Judd 

Lamberson, Geo. H ' 

****** . Newell, Wilbur K [ 

29628 I Park. Cbas. A , 

29629 Smith, E. L 

29630 . Weber, R. H , 

29681 ! Gill Co., The J. K ' 

Hlcks-Cbatten Eng. Co. 
Minto, Jno. W., P. M. ' 
Woodard. Clarke A Co. J 
Rodgere <s Co., Geo. F.-.i 
Whitney, J. R ! 



29634 
82273 
82274 



Letter heads 

Printing letter hea^s, etc... 



Services and expenses 

do 

!~™~Ido~I"~I"! 
Stationery 

Half tones for renort 

Postage , 

Photographic supplies 

Binding reporU, 1903-1904.. 
Printing _ 



20 00 

25 20 

128 20 
82 65 
243 40 
111 10 

26 00 
98 15 

15-S50 
12 90 
223 20 
400 00 
29 78 
402 28 
432 74 



Total amount expended 



f 2,389 10 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 86. 

STATE BIOLOGIST OF THE STATE OF OREGON. 

(For expenses incurred in the work of planting and propagating Eastern Oysters, Eastern 

Lobsters, and other food fishes and animals introduced into the State 

of Oregon by the United States Government, etc.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 80, 1W4 8 41 11 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 40 88 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 23 

[Act February 24, 1903, Laws 1903, page 305.] 



Doit. 



So. of 



In tcko»€ favor. 



For what expended. 



1065" 
Jan. 4 

4 
4 
4 ", 29286 



29284 



Long, S. L I Apparatus for water analysis S 8 00 

Schwarzscnld, E ...J Apparatus for oyster study 6 25 

Sweeter. Albert R I Expenses, State Biologist- 22 18 

Yoran, w. C. , Five hundred catalogues, etc 4 50 



Total amount expended _ _ $ 



40 KH 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 87. 

SALARY OF SECRETARY OF 8TATE. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 __ S 375 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 375 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Act February 20, 1908, Laws 1903, page 145.] 



Date. 


No. of 


In tehoee favor. 


For what expended. 


Amount. 


1905 

Jan. 1 


28912 


Dunbar, F. I. 


Salary, Secretary of State 


% 375 00 











STATEMENT V— Exhibit No: 88. 

SALARIES OF CLERKS AND STENOGRAPHERS, OFFICE OF THE 
SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 - f 2,456 82 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1900, inclusive 2,456 82 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 I 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 145.] 



Date. 


No. of 




warrant. 


id05 




Jan. 1 


28978 


1 


28979 


1 


28980 


1 


28981 


1 


28982 


1 


28988 


1 


28984 


Feb. 23 


30(334 


23 


30335 



In tehoee favor. 



Lovell, Frank K 

Kozer, S. A 

Haas, N. J 

VanDersal, W. C 

I re ton, Minnie O 

Morrison, Maude 

Cornell, Ruby L 

Kozer, S. A 



VanDersal, W. C. 



For what expanded. 



Total amount expended. 



Salary, chief clerk 

Salary, auditing clerk 

Salary, tiling clerk 

Salary, clerk , 

Salary, stenographer 

"iz~"do™""i""™i™mi~" 

Extra services, compiling report of j 
Secretary of State 

Extra services, compiling report of 
Secretary of State 



600 00 
500 00 
800 00 
225 00 
195 00 
180 00 
150 00 

211 32 

95 50 



S 2,456 82 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 89. 



SALARIES OF ADDITIONAL CLERKS IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 
OF STATE REQUIRED BY THE CORPORATION TAX LAW. 



Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 



Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September SO, 1906, inclusive- 
Balance unexpended September 30. 1906 S 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1903, page 145.] 



$ 45000 
450 00 



Date. y °- °f 

warrant. I 



In tchote favor. 



For what expended. 



1905 I 
Jan. 1 j 28985 I Wrightman, F. T i Salary, corporation clerk S 450 00 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 90. 
state game and forestry warden and deputy. 

< J»\>r payment of the talarict and expense* of the Game and Forestry Warden, and the 
services and expenses of special deputy game and forestry wardens.) 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1908-1901, unexpended 

September 80, 1904 % 1,757 43 

Amount expended, October 1, 1901, to September 80, 190(5, inclusive 097 73 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 f 1,059 70 

[Act February 24, 1908, Laws 1908, page 203.] 

Salary of the Game and Forestry Warden, 91,200 per annum. 



JtmU. 



Mo. of 



1904 - 

Nov. 1 
J3ec. 5 

1905 
Jan. 1 



1904 

Not. 5 

18 

29 

Dec. 2 

1906 

Jan. 4 

9 

18 

Jan. 9 



1904 
Oct. 25 
4 
4 
14 
r>ec. 5 
5 
5 
7 
12 



28089 
28985 



28875 
28500 



29888 



29*71 
29548 
29470 



28370 
28371 
28460 
28872 



28874 
28720 
2875L 



In whoa* favor. 



Baker, J. W 

do 



For what exptndtd. 



i Salary. Warden. 

do 



do do 

Total expended, salary Game and Forestry Warden . 

EXPENSES OF GAME AND FORESTRY WARDEN, 
ftoOO PER ANNUM. 



Baker, J. W 

Jenks, Edward •. 

Baker, J. W 

Baker, L. A.- 



Whitney, J. R._ 

Baker, L. a 

Jenks. Edward. 
do 



Traveling expenses.. 
Office rent 

Traveling expenses.. 
Clerical services 



Printing letter beads.. 

Clerical services 

Office rent. 

do 



Total expended, expenses Game and Forestry Warden.. 

SERVICES AND EXPENSES, SPECIAL DEPUTY GAME AND 
FORESTRY WARDENS, $2,500 PER ANNUM. 

Steele, O. F ' Services and expenses, deputy 

Fritz, L. 8 . do 

Hodson, Ene G do — 

Hutchinson. Mont E do 

Veatch, R.W ' do 

Lewis, G. W do.__ 

Steele, O. F do 

Hodson, Ene G. I do 

Connor, J. A. do 



Amount expended, services and expenses, deputy wardens. $ 286 ttt 



100 00 
100 00 



100 00 



300 00 



2S 20 
7 00 
22 05 
28 00 

K 80 
30 00 
21 00 
21 Of) 



161 10 



36 2:* 
29 00 
02 40 
19 25 
10 0T> 
7 70 
17 00 
23 00 
32 00 



RECAPITULATION. 

Total expended on account of salary of Game and Forestry Warden.. $ 300 00 

Total expended on account of expenses of Game and Fores -ry Warden 161 10 

Total expended on account of services and expenses of Deputy Wardens 236 63 

Total amount expended $ 097 73 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 91. 

SALARY AND CLERK HIRE OF STATE LAND AGENT. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30 t 1904 $ 450 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, Inclusive 450 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1900 . $_- . 

[Act February 20, 1906, Laws 1908, page 147.J 



Jan. 1 



No. of 



28961 



In 



/« 



West, Oswald. 



For what expended. 



Salary, State Land Agent . $ 450 ( 



STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 92. 

SALARY OF STATE TREASURER. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 

September 90, 1904 $ 200 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 200 00 



Balance unexpended September 90, 1906.. 



9 





[Act February 20, 


1908, Laws 1908, page 146.] 


1 


Tn whoto favor. 


For what oxpondod. \ Awtownt. 


1905 1 
Jan. 1 2S913 


Moore, Chas. S. __..._. 


Salary, State Treasurer 1 f 200 









STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 93. 

SALARIES OF CLERK8 AND STENOGRAPHERS, OFFICE OF STATE 

TREASURER. 

Balance of the appropriation for the two years 1903-1904, unexpended 
September 30, 1904 $ 880 00 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 850 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 — $.. 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1906, page 145.] 



No. of i 
warrant, j 



In who*« favor. 



For what oxpondod. 



Jan. 1 I 28986 Perkins, W. T j Salary, chief clerk 

1 | 28987 I Hodson, Ella | Salary, stenographer.. 



Total amount expended. 



8u0i 



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STATEMENT V— Exhibit No. 94. 



SALARIES OF ADDITIONAL CLERKS IN THE OFFICE OF THE STATE TREAS- 
URER REQUIRED BY CORPORATION TAX LAW AND 
INHERITANCE TAX LAW. 

Balance of tbe appropriation for the two years 1908-1904, unexpended 

September 30, 1904 $ 602 60 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 180 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 8 882 50 

[Act February 20, 1903, Laws 1908, page 145.] 



Date. 


Ho. of 

warrant. 


In whott favor. 


For what expended. 


Amount. 


' 1905 
Jan. 1 


28988 


Worden, Minnie B 


Clerical services 


t 180 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 95. 

AGENTS FOR THE APPREHENSION AND CONVICTION OF CRIMINALS. 

(For the payment of the salaries and expense* of the special agents employed by the Gov er 

nor for the apprehension and conviction of criminals, and the return of fugitives from 

Justice, or to collect evidence in any case, civil or criminal, where the State 

is interested, at such salaries as he may deem reasonable 

for the services rendered, etc.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 49, Laws 1905 $ 10,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 8,809 01 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f 6,690 90 

[Chapter 49, Laws 1906. J 



No. of 



1906 I 
Sept. 7 ; 

Nov. 8 

1906 
Jan. 4 
Feb. 7 
Mar. 18 
June 14 I 

14 I 
14 



32684 
33496 



In who** favor. 



For what expanded. 



i 



Chamberlain, Geo. E. 

Governor Requisition for sums expended— 

do i do-, 



339*29 do.. 

34824 do- 

34483 do. 

35186 do.. 

35187 do.. 

3>I88 do- 

35189 | do. 



do 

_ do... 

do... 

-do 

:~: ":z.":::::"::."do.i- 

... ., — do... 



878 10 
688 35 



365 15 
462 85 
291 26 
825 90 
295 90 
147 20 



Total amount expended - , $ 3,309 01 



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Report op Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 96. 
agricultural institutes. 

(For holding institute* for the instruction oj the citizens of this State in the various branches 

of agriculture, 1905.) 



Amount appropriated, January JL 1905, to December 81. 1905 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 



2,500 00 
305 48 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1900 f 2,104 62 

[Chapter W, Laws 1905.] 



Dot*. 



No. of 



In whose favor. 



For tekmt expended. 



Feb. 1 | 

1 ' 
1 

1 l 
9 ' 
12 I 



-I- 



I 

84815 ! Kent, F. L ; Expenses, instructor I $ 

84816 I Hnell, Margaret C I do I 

84317 I Rice, O. K i Services and expenses, Instructor. 

84818 i Cord ley, A. B I Expenses, Instructor 

84819 I Knlsely. A. L , do 

84828 I Withycombe, James.-! do .., 

84854 | Schulmerich, Willlam..i Services and expenses, Instructor.. 



Total amount expended. 



49 20 
3 85 
84 30 
80 65 
24 20 
146 00 
107 'M 



895 48 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 97. 

AGRICULTURAL INSTITUTES. 

{For holding institutes for the instruction of the citizens of this State in the various branches 

of agriculture, 1906.) 

Amount appropriated, January 1. 1906, to December 31. 1906 8 2,500 0^ 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1,266 40 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 % 1,233 60 

[Chapter 84, Laws 1905.] 



Die. | 

Mar. 1 
9 
15 
15 
15 

April 9 
9 
9 
24 
21 
30 

May 1 
16 
23 j 

June 8 
15 

July 26 i 
26 I 
28 

Sept. 26 ' 
26j 
26 I 
26 , 
2ft 
26 I 

Oct. 8 | 



No. of 



84436 
84470 
84491 
8449-5 
31496 
84716 
31717 
81729 
84951 
34952 
84968 
84978 
35096 
&5118 
35160 
85191 
87121 
87122 
37102 



38070 
38071 
38072 
88078 
38074 
3*512 



In whoeofmvor. 



Knisely, A. L 

Judd, Kd T 

Knlsely, A. L 

Schulmerich, William 
Withycombe, James... 

Kent, F. L 

Withycombe, James.. 

Judd. Ed T 

McElfresh, F. M 

Schulmerich, William 
Withycombe, James... 
Judd, Ed T. 



For what expended. 



Expenses, instructor __ $ 

Services and expenses, Instructor.. 1 

Expenses, 1 nstructor 

Services and expenses, instructors 
Expenses, instructor t 

"i"i*irii"do.i!!iiiiii™""""i-i"i; 

Services and expenses, instructor..! 



.do- 



Expenses, Instructor _ 

Services and expenses, instructor.. { 

Oordley, A. B.___._ | Expenses, Instructor 

Kent, F. L. i do... 

Schulmerich, William. Services and expenses, instructor. 

Judd, EdT._ j do 

Knlsely, A. L Expenses, instructor 

Withycombe, James—., do 

Kent, F. L do 

—do do 

Knlsely, A. L _do~ 

Lewis, Claude I i do 

Mason, A. I , do 

Meserve, Charles do.. 

Schulmerich, William J Services and expenses, Instructor. 
Withycombe, James.— 1 Expenses, Instructor 



27 50 

Wi 75 ' 

122 60 ' 
9*i 1*5 I 
*<K 95 . 
20 50 | 

51 80 ; 
23 *> I 

52 SO ; 
56 50 I 



I as 95 


32 


25 


15 


20 


21 


20 


1 *- 


IS 


8i a> 


52 65 


88 


15 


2S 


o.> 


35 


*> 


11 HO 


82 


25 


1 80 00 


51 


2.V 


81 


•S5 

.1 



Total amount expended $ l,2b6 



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177 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 98. 

FIRST EASTERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

(For the payment of premiums awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuits, 

1906-1906.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 8,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908,— - $-. 

[Section 4165, Code, Act February 11, 105, Laws 1906, page 129.] 



So. of 



1% whose favor. 



For what txpondod. 



"T9TE - 1 — -— — 

Oct. 6 i 83048 | Hunter, W. G., Presi- 

I dent 



1906 
Oct. A 88228 ' Hunter, W. G. f Presi- 
dent 



i 



Total amount expended-. 



Annual appropriation for prem- 
iums 



Annual appropriation for prem- 
iums 



$ 1,500 00 
1,600 00 



f 8,000 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 99. 

SECOND EASTERN OREGOtf DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

(For the payment of premiums awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuits, 

1906-1906.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 81, 1906 f 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1908, Inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 I 8,000 00 

[Section 4166, Code.] 



No. of 



In whoat favor . 



For lehai oxponded. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 100. 

THIRD EASTERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

{Fbr payment of premiums awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuits, 

1906-1906.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 81, 1906 $ 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1,600 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.— 8 1,500 00 

[Chapter 11, Laws 1906.] 



DoU. 


No. of 
warrant. 


In who** favor. 


i 

For what •xponded. 1 Amount. 


1906" 
Sept. 15 


87990 


Cohen, Leon, President. 


Annual appropriation, premiums.! f 1,600 00 



SEC'Y— pt. II.- 



-12 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 101. 

FOURTH EASTERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. 

{For the payment of premium* for agricultural and other industrial pursuits for the yean 

1905-1906.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1005, to December 31. 1006 $ 3,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1006, to September 30, 1000, Inclusive 3,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1006 _ $.. 

[Chapter 67, Laws 1005.] 



TS06" 



No. of 
warrant. ! 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



Sept. 18 , 

lor 



T 



1006 
Sept. 15 



32818 |cW right, Geo. F., Pres.. 



37001 | do.. 

Total amount expended... 



Annual appropriation, premiums. 
do 



f 1^00 

1,500 



$3,000 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 102. 

FIRST SOUTHERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL 80C1ETY. 

{For the payment of premiums awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuit 

1906-1906.) 

Appropriation for two years. January 1, 1005, to December 31, 1006 $ 2,400 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1006, to September 30, 1006, Inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1006 — I 2,400 00 

[Act February 21, 1003, Laws 1008, page 185; Act February 22, 1005, Laws 1005, page 340.] 



DaU. 


i No. of 


In whoee favor. 


For what expended. 




Amount. 




1 
L. 








"1 


! 







STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 103. 

SECOND SOUTHERN OREGON DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL 80CIETY. 

(For the payment of premiums awarded for agricultural and other industrial pursuiti 

1905-1906.) 

Appropriation for the two years, January I, 1905, to December 31. 1006__ f 8,600 00 
Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 8,600 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1006 — $ 

[Act February 24, 1003, Laws 1003, page 185, Act February 22, 1005, Laws 1005, page 340.] 



1006 
Oct. 11 

1006 
Sept. 24 



No. of 
warrant . 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



88056 
38067 



Calkin, F. L., President. 



Parrott, C. W. Presi- 
dent 



Total amount expended. 



Annual appropriation for prem- 
iums 



Annual appropriation for prem- 
iums.. 



$1,800 
1,800 



$ 8,0000 



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179 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 104. 

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES OF LAKE AND KLAMATH COUNTIES. 

{For the payment of premiums for agricultural and other industrial pursuits during the 

years 1906 and 1906.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 81, 1906 S 1,200 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 90, 1906, Inclusive 1,200 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 $ 

[Chapter 207, Laws 1906.] 



. A*. of 
mmrrant. 



1905 
Sept. 18 



1906 
Sept. 24 



In whose favor. 



For irh«t expended. 



82819 i Martin, Jr Alex,, 
Treasurer Klamath \ 
County Agricultural 
Association ' Appropriations for premiums, 1905. 

38066 I M a r t i n Jr., Alex, 

Treasurer Klamath 

County Agricultural 

i Association __. 



Appropriations for premiums, 1906- 



Total amount expended. 



000 00 



600 00 



S 1,200 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 105. 



STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

{For improving and putting in good condition the grounds and buildings known as the 

State Fair Grounds, including painting and all other improvements which the 

Board may deem necessary during the year 1906, and payment 

of premiums awarded during the year 1906.) 

Appropriation, January 1, 1905 to December 81, 1906, inclusive' $ 20,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 20,000 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 % _. 

[Act February 21, 1905, Laws 1905, page 281.] 



I905~~ 

Aug. 7 

21 

Sept. 5 

6 
6 

8 



Oct. 



So. of 
warrant. 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



I 



28 

Nov. 8 

9 



82889 
82520 
32641 

32655 
82656 
32688 

32825 
32830 
33055 

33442 
38467 
83499 



33500 



38502 



South wick, Frank B..__ 

Fletcher, M.S.._ 

Anderson & Denlson— .. 



Hughes Co., John 

South wick. Frank B., 
Pugh, W. D 



Anderson, A. J. 

Byrne, Prince 

Capital City Transfer 
Co 

Downing, W. H.._ 

Spalding A Bort_ 

Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 



Second payment on contract j S 

Hauling earth... 

Final payment on contract for 

constructing horse stalls 

Paints 

Final payment on contract 

Architect's fees and superinten- 
dence 

Reshingllng horse stalls 

Hauling earth 



Cartage. 

Superintending Improvements 

Wall paper and hanging same 



Durbln, F. W._ 



Garable, J. W 

Kadolph, O. C 

Chlnn, U.G 



Street car tickets for transporting 
convicts working on repairs 

Cash advanced for three cars of 
granite sand 

Labor 

do 



..do „_ T , TT ,_, r ., T , 



3,380 00 
600 

575 50 

911 58 

3,081 80 

627 80 
59 12 
900 

250 

84 50 
27 87 



30 00 

267 75 
25 50 
18 50 
18 50 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 106— Concluded. 




Date. 


No. of 




warrant. 


~mz " 


| 


Nov. 16 


88640 1 


17 


33658 


20 


33688 


20 


33689 


24 


38508 


24 


83690 


24 


836J8 


Dec. 7 


88678 


8 


88675 


8 


88709 


14 


38768 


14 


83769 


16 


88776 


1906 




Feb. 23 


34409 


Sept. 10 


87887 



Murphy, J. E. 
Homy er. Con. 
La Mar, H. E, 



Mitchell, John 

Fry, Daniel J 

Hughes Co., John 

McDowell. T. D 

Morley, Walter. 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Citizens Light & Trac- 
tion Co __ 

Southern Pacific Co 

Spencer Hardware Co... 

Spaulding Logging Co., 
The C. K _. 



Drain tiling ' S 

Building 101 horse stalls 

Hauling gravel, etc 

do 

Paints, brushes, etc 

400 pounds asbestine and brushes- 
Mixing paints 1 

Fencing i 

Hardware 



Skipton, James L _. 

Downing, W. H., Pres- 
ident 



Street car tickets 

Freights on materials 

Hardware 

Lumber _ ... 

Services guarding convicts 

Appropriation for premiums, 1906. 



40 
101 

m 

12 

58 
47 
81 
30 
9 

3D 
70 
21 

m 

5 
10,000 



Total amount expended S 20,000 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 



106. 



(For improvements at the State Fair Grounds for the year 1906 only, under direction of I 
State Board of Agriculture.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 166, Laws 1906 f 6,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 6,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $_. 

[Chapter 166, Laws 1906.] 



Dot*. 


So. of 






warrant. 


mi 




June 


22 


31671 


July 


6 


3)890 




8 


31987 




10 


31988 




13 


32062 




13 


82114 




17 


32184 




18 


32210 




29 


82317 




81 


32818 


Aug. 


7 


32386 




7 


32388 




14 


32463 




19 


32611 


Sept. 


5 


32642 




6 


32649 




6 


82650 




6 


82651 




6 


32652 




6 


82653 




6 


32654 


1906 




Feb. 


23 


34410 



For what *xp*md«d. 



Homyer, Con __j 

Southwick. F. B 

Wood, N. 8 — 

Anderson A Denison.. J 
Citizens Light A Trac- . 

tlon Co -I 

Byrne, Prince 

Snedeker, W._ ! 

Homyer, C. F | 

Downing, W. H „ 



Labor, repairing i $ 

1st pay m't con tract, improvements I 
Grading _ _ 

1st paym't on contract, new stalls.' 

Car tickets ' 

Grading. 

do__ 

Guarding convicts, etc. , 

Services superintending improve- | 
ments __ 



Publishing notices for bids 

2nd pay m't on contract, new stalls.; 
Hauling earth- 



Salem Oregon States- | 

man 

Anderson A Denison.. _■ 

Snedeker, W 

Homyer, C. F _. 

Spalding A Bort _. 

Southwick, R.S.. 

Byers, W. H ! 

Driver, I. D., Jr 

Fry, Daniel J._ __| 

Gilbert A Co., R. D 1 

Hofer Bros. | 

Homyer, C. F 

Skipton, James L | Services guarding convicts. 



Digging ditch- 
Painting grand stand 

Repairing gate. 

Surveying ditch 

Mixing paint 

Paints 

Paints, etc 

Publishing notices for bids.. _. 
Digging ditch 



44 

2,660 

6 

562 

15 
16 
12 
31 



12 
857 
3 
8 
19 
14 

15 
640 
75 
12 
2 



Total amount expended | $ 5,000 



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181 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 107 



state board of agriculture. 

(For the uie and benefit of the common school fund, to be paid to the common school fund 
whenever the said school fund, through the proper officers of the State, sign 
and fully and completely release the mortgage lien and judg- 
ment heretofore executed by the State Agri- 
cultural Society.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 12, Laws 1906 f 20,066 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 90, 1906, Inclusive 20,065 00 



Balance unexpended September 90, 1906 

[Chapter 12, Laws 1906.] 



$. 



Date. 


»0. 9/ 

warrant. 


In who— favor. 


For what txpondtd. 


Amount. 


1906 

May 28 


31858 


Moore, Chas. S., Treas- 
for the credit of the 
common Bchool fund. 


Amount of the appropriation 


$ 20,066 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 108. 
state board of agriculture. 

(*br reimbursing Ladd 6s Bush for moneys advanced for the State Board of Agriculture for 

general repairs, improvements, etc., of the buildings and grounds, the purchase 

of water pipe, and payment of necessary expenses of laying, connect- 

ing-same to and throughout the grounds and buildings of 

the State Board of Agriculture at the State Fair 

Grounds at Salem.) 



Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 6,040 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1906, incl usive 4,896 20 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 1,148 80 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1906.] 



No. of 



~I906~ 
June 18 



81569 



In whote favor. 



Ladd A Bush. 



For what oxpondod. 

Total amount of advances. 



$ 4,896 20 



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182 



Rbport op Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 109. 
assessment and taxation. 

(For the payment of the expenses of the commission appointed for the purpose of examining 

ana reporting upon the matters of assessment and taxation of property in this 

State, the collection of revenue in taxes , and the framing of laws upon 

that subject, to be submitted to the Legislative Assembly 

of this State at its next regular session.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 90, Laws 1905 _. $ 7,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 4,400 53 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 _ _ $ 2,590 47 

[Chapter 90, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 


No. of 
warrant. 

31686 
32384 
82685 
32929 
33456 
88654 

33884 
34804 
34423 
34682 
34859 

34960 
35147 
35649 
36241 
36242 
36786 


1905 

July 1 
Aug. 4 
Sept. 7 
Oct. 1 


Nov. 1 
Dec. 1 


1906 
Jan. 1 
Feb. 1 
Mar. 1 
April 1 
12 

May 1 

June 1 

July 2 

11 

11 

20 



In whoee favor. 



For tehat expended. 



Altchison, Clyde B i Salary, clerk of commission. 

do doi 

_. _„do._ __ do _ 

do J do 

do do 

.do I .do - 



-do- 

do_. 

do- 

do.. 

Strain, C P- 



Altchlson, Clyde B 

-do 

.. -do 

Mulkey, Frederick W— 

Seabrook, E. B.._ 

Lachner, Win. J «. 



-do. 
_do_. 
.do. 
-do. 



Mlleage, etc., witness before com- 
mission 

Salary, clerk of commission _ 

... _„.do_._ 

do.___ _ 

Services, commissioner 

do 

do 



Total amount expended . 



63 33 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

46 20 

100 00 

100 00 

200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



$ 4,409 53 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 110. 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS AND INSPECTOR OF FACTORIES 

AND WORKSHOPS. 

(For the payment of the salary and expenses of the Commissioner of the Bureau of Labor 

Statistics and Inspector of Workshops and Factories.\ 

Appropriation for the two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906.. $ 5,200 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1006, inclusive 4,472 65 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



727 35 



lW" 
April 1 

July 1 

Oct. 1 
17 
1906 

Jan. 1 
9 

April 1 
9 



July 
Oct. 



No. of 
warrant. 



30580 
30638 
31762 
31889 
82922 
33342 

&3878 
34000 
84626 
34697 
35614 
36789 
37107 
87108 
37109 
38179 
38684 
88885 
38886 



In wko$e favor. 



Hoff, O. P.. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



do- 

do 

do. 

do_ - 

do 

do 

Davis, L. B 

Frisby, Bessle. 
Tozier, Albert. 

Hoff, O. P 

do ... 

Davis, L. B 

Frisby, Bessie. 



For what expended. 



Expenses, commissioner I 

Salary, commissioner 

do._ 

Expenses, commissioner 

Salary,, commissioner 

Expenses, commissioner 



Salary, commissioner... 

Expenses, commissioner 

Salary, commissioner 

Expenses, commissioner 

Salary, commissioner 

Expenses, commissioner 

Services, compiling statistics, 
do- 
do. 
Salary, commissioner.. 
Expenses, commissioner- 
Services, compiling statistics- 



Total amount expended . 



121 30 
450 00 
450 00 
210 75 
450 00 
198 75 

450 00 
244 H5 
450 00 
100 90 
450 00 
241 85 

21 00 
24 00 

19 59 
450 00 

97 45 

22 50 

20 00 



f 4,472 65 



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Report of Secretary op State. 



183 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 111. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 
{For the payment of the general and contingent expense* of the State Capitol building and 
grounds, and the various departments therein, (<. e.) for stationery, postage, express- 
age, rental of telephones, telegraphing, etc., required in the ordinary course 
of business to maintain said building, grounds and departments.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 81, 1006 $ 20,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1006, to September 30, 1006, inclusive 10,306 62 



Balance unexpended September SO, 1006 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1006.] 



606 38 



No. of 



In wJk<w« favor. 



For what ospon&od. 



1006 
Feb. 27 
28 
Mar. 1 

1 
2 
2 
2 
2 

2 
3 
6 
7 
7 
7 
9 



30480 

30652 



I . 



30654 

80860 ! 
30670 1 
30671 
80372 ' 

30378 ' 
30377 , 
80801 



30304 
80895 
30461 



10 30400 



Hlrsch, Edward, P. M.J 
Meyer, Richard Max.-. 
Chamberlain, Geo. £ -J 

Mossman A Co., J. M — I 
House Furnishing Co.-.j 

Moraine Oregon Ian : 

Prael, Hegele A Co 

Remington Typewriter I 

Co _... I 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex- 

Irwin-Hodson Co \ 

Glass A PrudhommeCo. 

Coast Agency Co . 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Morning Oregon Ian 

Cunningham, Curtiss : 

A Welch _J 

Dunbar, F. I '• 



Postage for departments 

Retouching portrai ts of Governors. 
Cash advanced, passing entry 

through custom house 

Adjusting time lock, Treas. Dept.. 

Typewriter chair j 

100 New Year's editions 

Crockery, dusters, brooms, etc. I 



Paper, pencils, etc. 

Expressage for departments 

Record books, Treas.' receipts, etc.. 

Furniture, Treas. Dept. 

Stationery 

Stationery . 



10 I 80401 ; Kobs, Berthold ' 

15 80501 i Mclntire, Alfred E : 

15 30502 ! Mclntire, C. T | 

18 80541 | Bushong A Co. 

18 ' 80542 Glass* PrudhommeCo. 

18 30543 Kllham Stationery A 

Printing Co I 

18 80544 Lock wood, C. M 

27 80570 Burroughs Adding Ma- 

I chine Co _ 

April 1 30578 , Hirsch, Edward, P. M.. 

1 30672 Kleffman, Samuel 

1 80673 I Newstead, Mrs. F 

1 80674 | Goodale Lumber Co I 

1 80675 White Stamp A Seal Co. 

5 80765 ' Bernard! A Dunsford I 

5 80766 I Brown, Frank M ' 

5 80767 ' Buren A Hamilton 

5 80768 I BurghardtCo.,TheW.H. 

5 80760 Capital Improvem't Co. I 

5 807iO ' Capital City Ex. ATr. Co. 

5 80771 J Hughes Co., John 

5 30772] Maurer, John... 

6 80778 ; Pacific States T. A T.Co.., 

5 30774 Patton Bros I 

5 30775 Postal Tel. Cable Co , 

5 30776 ; Salem Ice Co.— | 

5 80777 Spencer Hardware Co.— ■ 

5 80778 Welch A White 

5 80778 I Western Union Tel. Co. J 

6 J 30822 Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex._ 

7 I 80885 i Norris 8afe A Lock Co.. 
7 ' 80008 Roth, John 

10 I 80010 Headrick, A. L 

20 | 81022 Dimmick, G. B 

24 . 31082 ; Kllham Stationery A 

! Printing Co 

28 I 31060 . Pacific Paper Co 



Advertising for bids 

Stationery I 

Cash advances, recording rights- i 

of-way, Center St. sewer I 

Assisting gardener I 

Elevator operator 

Assistant janitor I 

Ty pe writer ri bbons 

Adding machine stand, etc 



Mimeograph, etc 

Express on typewriters, etc.. 

Adding machine, State Dept. 

Postage, departments 

Elevator operator 

Washing for departments. 

Lumber ! 

Rubber stamps ! 

Plumbing ana materials i 

Lumber __ ' 

Desks, tables, etc i 

Stationery | 

Fertilizer, etc 

Cartage — ! 

Brushes, seeds, etc I 

Repairing, etc. I 

Phone service | 

Stationery 

Telegraphic service I 

Ice. 



Hardware — 

Cartage 

Telegraphic service and clock rent. 

Expressage for departments 

Vault front— 

Assisting gardener 

Cementing vault — _. 

Abstract of title for Attorney Gen.. 



Transfer cases 

Paper, envelopes, etc.. 



1,060 40 
48 00 

8 25 
10 00 

10 00 
500 

406 88 

704 

121 88 

810 15 

540 80 

84 25 

1,068 85 

18 00 

200 74 

7 75 

11 00 

12 00 
198 00 

600 
27 00 

86 75 
4 75 

275 00 
812 80 

41 25 
56 87 

20 55 

21 40 
342 45 

45 96 
56 80 

680 

8 25 
12 25 
14 62 

400 

108 55 

785 

308 

54 50 

128 14 

20 10 
105 86 

46 42 
100 00 

42 00 
104 05 

500 

21 80 
94 89 



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184 



Report of Secretary of State. 



8TATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. Ill— Continued. 




Aprll 28 

29 
May 5 



June 



July 



Aug. 



20 

7 
8 

9 
9 
9 
12 

12 
12 
12 
17 
26 
26 

26 
27 

27 
® 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
8 
8 
3 
3 

3 
3 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
7 
7 
12 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
21 

22 

25 
22 
2 
2 
2 
2 

4 
4 

4 

8 



81040 

81041 
31080 

31063 
81098 

31251 

81513 
31517 

81522 
31528 
81580 
31586 

31688 
31584 
88586 
81606 
31076 
81677 

31678 
81662 

81683 
81685 
31605 
81696 
81697 
31799 
31800 
31801 
81807 
31808 
81809 
81810 

31811 
81812 
31813 
31814 
31815 
31816 
31817 
81818 
81931 
81932 
32014 
32179 
82180 
82181 
82182 
32188 
32276 

82282 

32801 
32281 
82861 
32362 



82864 



32381 
82882 



Remington Typewriter 
Co 

Rodgero A Co., Geo. F._ 

Webster Typewriter In- 
spection Co 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 

Burrougha Adding Ma- 
chine Co 

Remington Typewriter 

P. C.' Stamp "Worksl" — 
Condi t, A. O. 

Meyer, Richard Max — 
Wells. Fargo A Co. Ex._ 

A r buckle, James 

Pacific Tent A Awning 

Co - 

Moral ng Oregonlan 

Salem Statesman 

Hofer Bros 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.__ 
Glass A Prudhomme Co. 
Remington Typewriter 

Co 

Polk A Co., R. L 

Kilham Stationery A 

Printing Co 

Pacific Blank Book Co.. 

Van Fleet. M 

Blake-MoFall Co 

Gill Co.. The J. K 

I r win-Hod son Co 

Kleffman, Samuel 

Maher, James — 

Newstead. Mrs. F. 

Bernardl « Dunsford— . 

Brown, Frank M 

Buren A Hamilton 

Capital City Express A 

Transfer Co 

Capital Improv. Co 

Citizens L. A T. Co 

Hughes Co., John 

Goodale Lumber Co.... 

Salem Ice Co 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Wilson A Maurer_ 

Alexander A Co., L.A M, 

Otten, George — 

Hirsch, Edward, P. M.. 

Postal Tel. Cable Co 

Welch A White- _. 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex. _ 
Western Union Tel. Co. 
Pacific States T. A T. Co, 
Webster Typewriter 

Inspection Co „ 

Moore, Chas. S., Treas.. 



Rogers, R. F _— 

VleskoA Kennen 

Bat ton Bros 

P. C. Stamp Works 

Van Fleet, M 

Webster Typewriter 

Inspection Co ~ 

Globe 8anitary Sup. Co, 

Happer, H. F._ 

Smith, A. D 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 
Alley, W. D 



One typewriter. $ 

Twine, paper, etc. 



Repairing typewriters 

Expressage for departments- 
Adding machine ribbons 



One ty pewriter. j 

Rubber stamps 

Compiling and Indexing general I 

and special laws. — 

Cleaning and repairing portrait — i 

Expressage for departments 1 

Assisting gardener 



Awnings , 

Advertisement for bids for repairs.] 

do 

do 

Twine, etc., I 

Index i 



One typewriter 

Portland City Directory- 



Stencil paper 

Blank books ' 

Sprinkling street around groundsJ 

Stationary.. 1 

do 

6.000 warrants. State department—, 

Elevator operator — 

— do 

Washing for departments i 

Plumbing materials - 

Lumber i 

Carpet, etc •> 



Cartage — 

Gravel, etc. 

Car tickets for convicts. 

Scouring soap, gasolene, etc. 
Lumber 

Ice. 



Hardware 1 

do— ' 

Keys. etc. | 

Repairing typewriter I 

Plants _ 1 

Postage for departments ! 

Telegraphic service ' 

Cartage and freights .__ ; 

Expressage for departments — ' 

Telegraphic service and clock r^nt- 
Phone service 1 



Repairing typewriters j 

Cash paid for abstract of Indian I 

war bonds, 1878. ! 

Ink I 

Repairs to furnace _ — 

Stationery 

Rubber stamps... _ I 

Sprinkling streets around grounds. 

Repairing typewriters ; 

One-half barrel of soap polish 

Repairs to adding machine 

Frameand glass 

Expressage for departments 1 

Assisting gardener ' 



108 50 

18 42 

16 30 
51 21 

3 00 

90 00 
630 

150 00 
20 00 

103 54 

60O 

600 
i9 60 

19 95 
19 d5 

9 46 
293 

90 00 
600 

200 
18 05 

60 00 
51 07 

282 41 

115 00 

62 06 

12 31 

18 00 

15 90 
35 16 

105 65 

19 00 
18 10 
10 00 
10 40 
27 18 
39 00 

61 35 

62 50 
1 50 

10 45 
45 00 

454 05 

1 49 

12 50 

16 68 
23 96 

110 69 

11 20 

115 SO 
800 

16 75 

4 25 
200 

55 00 

25 25 
950 

17 65 
300 
4 78 

10 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



185 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. Ill— Continued. 



.v«. «/ 



8epU 5 I 

IS I 
IS 

14 1 



/« who** favor. 



For what expended. 



82728 
32724 
82740 

32741 



14 | 82742 
28 32844 



OcL 1 


32956 


1 


82968 


1 


82B67 


3 


32905 


• 


88048 


11 


38061 


11 


33082 


11 


88088 


11 


83064 


11 


88066 


11 


88086 


11 


88087 


11 


8806H 


11 


83069 


11 


88070 


11 


88071 


U 


88072 


11 


38078 


18 


33230 


IS 


83281 


13 


88282 


18 


88288 


13 


88241 


20 


38862 


28 


88405 


24 


88400 


2H 


88489 


Nov. 3 


88468 


9 


88607 


15 


83526 


18 


38586 


28 


83680 


24 


38814 


27 


38648 


Dec. 5 


33606 


• 


83872 


9 


83782 


9 


88787 


12 


38758 


20 


38792 


21 


38794 


29 


88809 


1906 




Jan. 1 


38912 


1 


88918 


1 


33914 


5 


33985 


5 


88986 


6 


38988 


6 


83944 


6 


38945 


6 


38946 


6 


38947 


8 


88948 


6 


88949 



Van Fleet, M I 

Simpson, J. A — 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 

Hockett,Q. B ' 

Kllham Stationery A I 

Printing Co.— _. 

Remington Typewriter I 

Co.— ! 

Pacific Htationery A i 

Printing Co ' 

Rleffman, Samuel ; 

Smith, Jeannette M 

Newstead, Mrs. F - 

Kress, T. J — i 

Lewis, John H. 

Bernard I A Dunsford— 

Brown, Frank M. I 

BurgbardtCo.,TbeW.H. 
Cap! tal CI tyTransfer Co. : 
Capital ImprovnrTt Co. J 

Citizens 1 L. A T. Co 

Fry, Daniel J , 

Gilbert A Co., R. D I 

Gill Co., The J. K , 

Kllbam Stationery A 

Printing Co.. ' 

P C. Stamp Works ; 

**alem Ice Co i 

Spencer Hardware Co. , 

8alem Iron Works 

Wells, Fargo & Co. Ex.. 1 
Western t T nlon Tel. Co. -I 

White A Co., B. N ' 

Hi rsch .Edward, P. M.., 
Postal Telegraph Cable I 

Co 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

do._ I 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Olds, Wormian A King 

Lock wood, C. M 

Well*, Fargo A Co. Ex. J 

Portland 8eed Co 

Dunbar, F. I 

World's Fair Scrap 

Book Co | 

Willman, Frank __, 

Gill Co., The J. K ' 

Remington Typewriter , 

Co _ I 

Nelson, Albert 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 
Kilham Stationery Co.., 

Kleffman, Samuel < 

Vlesko, Martin H , 

Hlrsch. Edward, P. M.J 

Smith, Jeannette M.. 

Maber, James 

Newstead, Mrs. F 

Morning Oregon ian__ 

Oregon Journal — 

Warner, William 



Sprinkling streets around grounds. 8 

Conveyances 

Expressage for departments _ J 

Five maps of Oregon 

Stationery for Tax Commission \ 

Mimeograph supplies I 

Rules index sheets. State dep't 

Elevator operator 

Telephone exchange operator 

Washing for departments 

Painting, etc., library floor .. 

Cash advanced for maps, bound- ; 

ary suit ' 

Plumbing and repairs 

Lumber 

Stationery _ ' 

Cartage 

Fire clay, sand, etc , 

Car tickets for convicts.— 

Paints _ J 

Paints, etc j 

Envelopes ; 

600 litbo commissions j 

Rubber stamps ' 

Ice ; 

Hardware 

Repairs to boilers, etc 

Expressage for departments i 

Telegraphic service and clock rentJ 

Cartage and freights 

Postage for departments , _.] 

Telegraphic service 

Phone service _ _ 

Installing telephone exchange j 

Stationery ■ 

fl bolts cheese cloth ' 

Repairing typewriter, treas. de'prt.l 

Expressage for departments 

Bulbs 

Cash advanced for cartage, etc ; 



2 scrap books 

Painting and materials- 
2,000 gold seals 



Bernard t A Dunsford _ 

Brown, Frank M 

Calbreath, J. F 



Capital CityTransferCo. 

Hughes, Co., John 

Patton Bros _ 



Typewriter supplies j 

Assisting gardener ' 

Expressage, departments ■ 

Stationery for Tax Commission ... 

Elevator operator 

Loading statuary, etc | 

Stamped envelopes fordepartra'ts. 

Telephone exchange operator I 

Elevator operator 

Washing for departments 

Subscription for Executive Dept— ' 

- - do 

Painting floors, State Printer's \ 

office „ _ _ __. 

Plumbing and materials ___ 

Lumber _ i 

Cashadvances.wrecklngpluinblng 

L. A. C. Fair buildings.. 

Cartage 

Land plaster, etc. 

Stationery 



42 00 
15 00 
18 80 
9 75 

23 00 

17 00 

18 00 
76 00 
25 00 

18 00 

13 50 

33 00 
10 40 

34 19 
930 
925 

10 15 
500 
23 62 

17 50 
439 

65 00 
1 30 
42 85 
49 42 
15 35 
4 05 

41 88 
9 15 

514 00 

1 00 
118 45 
107 82 
88 43 
23 31 
250 
25 37 
7 10 
21 00 

400 
23 00 
7 50 

19 57 
10 00 

14 2.i 

18 75 
40 07 
40 00 

603 20 

75 00 
28 33 
18 00 
10 40 
7 50 

6 48 
23 55 

6 76 

42 42 

7 00 
1 65 

18 :« 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



186. 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. Ul-OotUinuecL 



1906 




Jan. 6 


38960 


6 


83961 


10 


84083 


10 


84081 


10 


84065 


10 


84088 


11 


84008 


11 


34097 


18 


84112 


17 


34190 


18 


84215 


24 


84246 


28 


34285 


Feb. 1 


84307 


1 


34808 


9 


34331 


9 


34882 


10 


34887 


18 


84874 


19 


34399 


19 


34400 


28 


84413 


Mar. 7 


34450 


7 


84452 


7 


34453 


7 


34454 


12 


34479 


12 


34480 


19 


34525 


24 


34542 


24i 


34544 


26 


34545 


April 1 


34580 


1 


84657 




34659 


1 


34858 


3 


34675 


9 


34698 


9 


84699 


9 


34700 


9 


34701 


9 


34702 


9 


84708 


9 


34704 


9 


34705 


9 


84706 


9 


34707 


9 


34708 


9 


34709 


9 


34710 


9 


84711 


9 


34712 


12 


34800 


17 


34918 


19 


34928 


80 


84968 


80 


84987 


May 8 


84977 


5 


34984 


10 


35033 


2H 


85115 


28 


86116 


81 


85141 



In who** favor. 



Salem Ice Co. 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 

Postal Telegraph Cable 

Co _ 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Western Union Tel. Co- 
White <st Son. B. N 

Citizens' L. A T. Co 

Gilbert A Co., R. D 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 
Wells, Fargo & Co. Ex. . 

Buren A Hamilton 

Glass A Prudhomme Co. 

McGillvlvray, R. B 

Salem Statesman. 

P. C. Stamp Works 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex. 
Wilcox, Eleanor R 



Glass A Prud horn me Co. 

Erlxon, F. A. _ 

Hlrsch, Edward, P. M._ 
Kllham Stationery A 

Printing Co... _ 

Sunday Welcome, The. 

Lock wood, C. M. 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 
BurghardtCo.,TbeW.H. 
Thompson A Co.,S. W._ 

Paciflc Paper Co 

Remington Typewriter 

Co __ 

Salem Abstract A Laud 

Co 

Portland Seed Co 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Remington Typewriter 

Co 

Pacific Paper Co 

Smith, Jean net te M 

Newstead, Mrs. F 

Maber, James 

St rase k. Martin 

Rernurdl A Dunsford... 

Buren A Hamilton 

CapitalCityTransferCo. 
Capital Improvem't Co 

Citizens' L. A T. Co 

Hughes Co., John _. 

Mossman A Co., J. M. .. 

Oregon Nursery Co. 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Pat ton Bros 

8alem Ice Co 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 

Wade. Pearce A Co 

W>stern Union Tel. Co.. 

White A Cummins 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Hofer Bros 

Blake-McFall Co 

Pacific Stationery A 

Printing Co 

Glass A Prudhomme Co. 
Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. 

Cucu, Eugene 

Kilham Stationery A 

Printing Co 

Remington Typewriter 

Co — 

GlassA Prudhomme Co. 



Ice 

Hardware 



service . 



Teh 

Hardware. 

Telegraphic service and clock rent. 

Cartage 

Car tickets for convicts 

Mop cloths, soap, etc. 

Phone service 

Expressage for departments 

Window shades, etc 

Stationery, Treasury Department. 

Repairing typewriters 

Subscription, Executive Dept. 

Rubber stamps 

Expressage for departments 

Preparing blanks for Tax Com mis- 
sion 

Typewriter ribbons 

Constructing cellar way 

Postage for departments 

Stationery for Tax Commission 

Subscription, Executive Dept 

One typewriter. Treasury Dept 

Expressage for departments 

Stationery, etc.. 



Repairing clock. Educational Dept. 
Paper and 



elopes.. 



Stencil paper, etc 

Copies of deeds, recording fees, etc. 

One hal ton fertilizer , 

Typewriter ribbons — 



One typewriter, State Department. 
Adding machine and toilet paper. 

Telephone exchange operator 

Washing for departments 

Elevator operator... 

Assisting gardener 

Plumbing materials 

Picture frames ._ 

Cartage 

Sand 

Car tickets for convicts 

Matches, etc _ 

Adjusting tl me look/Treasnry Dept. 
18 rose bushes. 
Phone service 

Stationery 

Ice 



Hardware 

.—do 

Telegraphic service 

Cartage and freights 

Expressage for departments 

Stationery 

Subscription, Executive Dept... 
Stationery 



do 

One punch... 

Expressage for departments.. 
Assisting gardener 



Stationery for departments . 



.do- 



Indexes for letter flies, Treasury 
Department 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



187 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. Ill— Continued. 



ir».of 



85142 



85164 
3511)7 

85211 

85217 
85881 
35876 
35147 



85678 
85679 
85880 
88285 



88287 



88289 
38270 
86482 
86488 
86484 
86485 
86486 
86487 
86488 
86489 
86490 
86491 
36781 
86782 
36783 

86969 
37128 
87198 

37211 
37249 
37278 

87808 

W316 

37817 

87561 

37570 ; 

87006 

37787 

87846 
38209 
38210 
88211 
88445 
88446 
38447 
88448 
88449 
88450 
88461 



88453 
38454 
88455 



In whoae favr. 



Postal Telegraph Cable 
Co | 



Wells Fargo & Co. Ex._ 
KUham Stationery & 

Printing Co — 

Staiger, William 



Rodgers A Co., Geo. F..| 

Otten, George 

Hewitt, L. L 1 

Consolidated Time I 
Lock Co i 



Smith, Jeanette M 

Maber, James 

Newstead, Mrs. F 

Bernardl A Dunsford — 
Lewis, John H. 



Roeblings Sons Co., 

John A 

Salem Ice Co 

Van Fleet, R.W _.. 

Wells Fargo A Co. Ex- 
Brown, Frank M 

Cap! tal CI tyTransferCo. 
Glass A Prudhomme Co. 
PaclflcStates T.dfc T.Co.. 

Patton Bros... 

Spencer Hardware Co. 

Wade, Pearce A Co. 

Western Union Tel. Co. 

White A Cummins 

White Stam p<& Seal Co.. , 

Aitchlson, Clyde B > 

Hughes Co., John 

Kilham Stationery A 

Printing Co I 

Polley, A — ; 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.J 
Remington Typewriter i 

Co. I 

McCarty, Louis P 

Rudolph, J — 

Smith-Premier Type- I 

writer Co ! 

Wells Fargo A Co. Ex. J 

Harris, Josephine I 

Van Fleet, R.W ' 

Howe, Davis & Kilham. I 
Farrar, Squire, P. M.— 

Todd A Co., G. W 1 

Underwood Ty pewri ter 

Co _ __J 

Wells Fargo A Co. Ex... 

Smith, Jeanette M I 

Maher, James 1 

Newstead, Mrs. F 

Bernardl A Dunsford- ~| 

Brown, Frank M i 

BurenA Hamilton _■ 

Capi ta 1 CI tyTra nsfer Co. 
Capital Improvem't Co.| 

Cummins, R. O i 

Dunbar, F. I i 



Goodale Lumber Co ] 

Hughes Co., John 

Meyers A Sons. Joseph -I 
Pacific States T. A T.C'o.. 



For what expended. 



Telegraphic service, Executive 

Department 

Expressagefor departments 

Stationery for Tax Commission... 
Repairing monument on grave of 

Gov. Gaines 

Twine, etc.—. 

Plants 

Assisting gardener 

Cleaning time locks, Treasury De- 
partment 

Telephone exchange operator 

Elevator operator—. 

Washing for departments 

Plumbing materials 

Maps of Columbia River, boundary 
suit 

Wire cable for elevator 

Ice 

Sprinkling streets'. 

Expressage for departments 

Boxes for flies 

Cartage 

Indexes, Treasury Department 

Phone service 

Two dozen ink eradicator 

Hardware 

Garden hose, etc 

Telegraphic service 

Cartage and freights 

Two rubber stamps 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Seeds, oil, soap, etc _ 

Stationery for Tax Com mission .... 

Assisting gardener.- 

Twine 

Repairs to typewriter — 

Four copies of Statistician... 

Repairs to boiler 

Repairs to typewriter _. 

Expressage for departments 

Telephone exchange operator 

Sprinkling streets 

Stationery for departments 

Stamped envelopes, departments- 
Two protectograpbs- 

One typewriter, Treas. Departm't.. 

Expressage for departments 

Telephone exchange operator 

Elevator operator 

Washing for departments 

Plumbing and materials 

Lumber 

Filing cases for departments 

Cartage 

Brick for repairs to furnace 

Cartage for departments 

Furnishing copy of House and 
Senate Journals 23rd Assembly 

toState Printer 

Lumber _ 

Paints, etc 

Cloth 

Phone service 



990 
17 42 

905 

60 00 
390 

14 90 
900 



25 00 
75 00 
75 00 

18 00 

19 68 

460 



10 92 


39 00 


11 00 


8 76 


44 SO 


200 


I 50 


165 15 


12 00 


23 28 


80 13 


88 88 


950 


250 


49 80 


81 40 


7 75 


12 00 


430 


20 95 


14 00 


22 25 


800 


778 


12 50 


26 00 


12 80 


388 70 


30 00 


72 26 


19 71 


75 00 


75 08 


18 00 


36 90 


596 


40 90 


3 00 


20 00 


438 


1,805 00 


404 


14 15 


8 82 


109 91 



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188 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. \\\— Concluded. 



Date. 


No. of 
warrant. 


1906 
Oct. 6 
6 


38456 
88457 


6 

6 

6 
8 
8 
13 


38458 
38459 
38460 
88517 
38519 
38788 



Pattern Bros.— 

Remington Typewriter 

Co. _ ~ 

Salem Ice Co 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 
Western Uniou Tel. Co.. 
Farrar, 8quire. P. M.„. 
Wells, Fargo & Co. Ex.. 
Frye, Jesse A 



For what expended. 



Stationery _ 

Typewriter ribbons, etc 

Ice 

Hardware 

Telegraphic service 

Postage for departments 

Expressage for departments. 
Adjusting typewriters, etc... 



Total amount expended. 



11 
3V 
43 
49 
405 
2 
9 



$ 19,303 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 112. 

CAPITOL BUILDING AND GROUNDS. 
{For the payment of the salaries of the chief janitor, three assistant janitors, fireman, nigl 
watchman, messenger and gardener.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 f 12,500 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 10,817 90 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



% 1,682 10 



July 



Oct. 



1905 
April 1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 

Dec. 1 
1906 

Jan. 1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 

April 1 

1 
I 



No. of 
warrant. 



I 
1 

2 
June 30 
July 2 



30664 



30666 
30667 
30668 
30669 
30670 
30671 
31791 
31792 
81793 
81794 
317*5 
31796 
81797 
31798 
32046 
32947 
32948 
82949 
32950 
32951 
82952 
32953 
32954 
33656 

33905 



33907 
33908 



33910 
33911 
34650 
34651 
34652 
34653 
34654 
34655 
34656 
84670 
35527 
35671 
35672 



In whose favor. 



Allison, J. E 

Holstrom, C. A 

Frisby, Frank 

Newstead, Thos.._ 

Clark, N.W 

Moores, C. L. 

McCormick, A. A. 

Coovert, D. A 

Beltz, Louis 

Allison, J. E 

Holstrom, C. A 

Frisby, Frank 



Salary, messenger 

Salary, nlghtwatchman . 

Salary, fireman , 

Salary, chief Janitor 

Salary, assistant Janitor _ 

do 

do 

Salary, gardener... __ 

do 

8alary, messenger— 

Salary, nlghtwatchman . 
Salary, fireman. 



Newstead, Thos j Salary, chief Janitor . 



Clark, N. W. 

Moores, C. L 

McCormick, A. A._ 

Beltz, Louis 

Allison, J. E 

Waters, H. W. 

Holstrom, C. A 

Frisby, Frank 

Newstead. Thos 

Clark, N. W 

Moores, C. L 

McCormick, A. A.. 

Beltz, Louis 

do 



Salary, assistant Janitor.. 

do 

-do._ 

Salary, gardener 

Salary, messenger 

do.„ 

Salary, nlghtwatchman .. 

Salary, fireman 

Salary, chief Janitor 

Salary, assistant Janitor.. 

do 

do„ 

Salary, gardener 

do 



Waters, H. W Salary, 

Holstrom, C. A Salary, 

Frisby, Frank Salary, 

Newstead, Thos Salary, 

Clark. N. W Salary, 

Moores, C. L. 

McCormick. A. A 

Waters, H. W _. Salary, 

Holstrom. C. A | Salary, 

Frisby, Frank-. __. Salary, 

Newstead. Thomas Salary, 

Clark, N.W. „ Salary, 

Moores, C. L 

McCormick, A. A 

Beltz, Louis Salary, 

do_ 

Waters, H. W Salary, 

Holstrom, C. A.. _.i Salary, 



messenger 

nlghtwatchman .. 

fireman 

chief Janitor 

assistant Janitor.. 
do 



do— 

messenger 

nlghtwatchman .. 

fireman 

chief Janitor 

assistant Janitor.. 

do 

do : 

gardener 

messenger 

nlghtwatchman _. 



210 
225 
240 
256 

190 
190 
190 
140 

62 
210 
225 
240 
255 
150 
150 
130 
196 

70 
120 
225 
240 
256 
150 
150 
150 
195 
130 

180 
225 
240 
256 
150 
150 
150 
180 
225 
240 
256 
150 
150 
150 
65 
195 
180 
225 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 112- Ooneluded. 



No. of 



1906 




July 


2 


85678 




2 


35tf74 




2 


85076 




2 


3567tt 




2 


35077 


Oct. 


} 


38202 
88208 




I 


38204 




1 


88205 




1 


38208 




1 


88207 




1 


88208 




1 


88218 



/* vJkOM /aeor. 



#1»r trAa* expended. 



Frisby, Frank Salary, fireman _ _ ■ f 240 00 

35074 1 Newstead. Thomas • Salary, chief Janitor — | 256 00 

•"" c i dark n. W Salary, assistant Janitor , 150 00 

Moores, C. L _.do I 150 00 

McCormlck. A. A —do , 180 00 

Waters, H. W Salary, messenger I 180 00 

Holstrom, C. A ' Salary, night watchman I 225 00 

Frlsby, Frank i Salary, fireman i 240 00 

Newstead, Thomas ' Salary, chief Janitor ' 255 00 

Clark, N W | Salary, assistant Janitor | 150 00 

Moores, C. L do _ ' 160 00 

McCormlck, A. A i do I 150 00 

Ganzelben, John I Salary, gardener. 1 185 00 



Total amount expended I f 10,817 90 

I 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No.' 113. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 

[For the payment of the expenses of furnishing fuel, light, and water for the Capitol Build- 
ing and grounds.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 _ $ 9,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 0,878 05 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 107, Laws 1905.] 



. % 2,120 95 



DmU ' JltrlL 


In tekof favor. 


For what expended. 


Amount. 


1906 i 
Apiil 1 80681 


Salem Water Co. 


Water service 


I 185 96 




80077 

80678 
81100 
31091 


Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co. 


Lighting and fixtures 

Hauling wood from storage lot 

Lease of wood storage lot 


879 50 


1 
May 18 


Salem Truck A Dray Co. 

Evans, Mrs. Eliza 

Citizens Light A Trac- 


66 80 
25 00 


July 1 





1 

1 

Aug. 10 
Sept. 16 

19 

Oct. 2 

3 

11 

11 

1906 

Jan. 6 

10 

11 

April 8 | 

9 I 

19! 

Jane 2 
22 
28 

July 14 

14 
19 
Oct. 6 
6 
10 



81092 
81693 



82756 



8464 
82966 
88074 

88075 

38948 
84067 
84095 

84674 
84713 
84891 

84935 
85149 
85218 
86862 
86480 

36481 
86764 
88461 
88462 



tlon Co.. 
Salem Truck A Dray Co. 

Salem Water Co | 

8kiff, Mark S 

Hall, W.H _.] 

Long.S.O- 

Skiff, MarkS 

Maher, James ~ 

Cltizens Light A Tree- ! 

tlon Co , 

Salem Water Co 

Salem Truck A Dray Co. 

Salem Water Co I 

Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co I 

Salem Truck A Dray Co. 1 

Salem Water Co ' 

Citizens Light <& Trac- ' 

tion Co _ 

Evans, Mrs. Eliza 

Petzel, Wm 

do — —I 

Salem Truck A Dray Co. 
Citizens Light A Tree- I 

tlon Co , 

Salem Water Co _J 

Petzel, Wm | 

Salem Truck A Dray Co. 

Salem Water Co I 

Portland General Eleo- ! 
trie Co. | 



Lighting and fixtures. 

Hauling wood from storage lot 

Water service , 

100 cords wood _J 

19,% cords oak wood i 

Sawing 19$ cords wood ' 

2514 cord* wood _ 

Putting In 19| cords wood 



Lighting and fixtures. 
Water service „ . 



Hauling wood from storage lot- 
Water service 



Lighting and fixtures. 

Hauling wood from storage lot.. 
Water service 



Lighting and fixtures 

Lease of wood ► to rage lot- 

80 cords wood 

30 cords wood 

Hauling 58| cords wood™ . 



Lighting- 

Water __ - 

40 cords wood 

Hauling wood from storage lot-. 
Water 



Lighting . 



Total amount expended. 



574 35 
80 00 
99 00 

885 00 
89 00 
11 85 

852 57 

10 80 

556 90 
98 06 

80 70 
101 40 

566 25 
53 60 
106 20 

550 60 
25 00 
100 SO 
100 50 
28 50 

541 80 

96 55 
184 00 

11 20 

97 25 

528 80 



f 6,879 05 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 114. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 
{For the payment of the expense* of painting the exterior of the Capitol Building ; /or 
tending the cement walks from the east entrance and cementing the east entrance unde 
the east porch of the Capitol Building ; for removing earth from the basement of 
the Oapitol Building ; for repairing the copper coverings and ornamental 
work on the dome, and other necessary repairs to prevent leakage, 
and for strengthening the rods and repairing leaded glass in the 
center of the interior of the dome of the Oapitol Build- 
ing— to be expended under the authority 
and direction of the Board of 
Public Building Com- 
missioners.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 % 8,600 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1900, Inclusive 8,599 67 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906-— 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905. J 



33 



DaU. 

- 1906~" 
May 19 
July 7 

13 

18 
22 



Aug. 



Sept. 12 
Oct. 24 

24 



No. of 
warrant. 



31169 
31914 



32053 
32211 



32365 
32360 

32505 
32506 
32507 



In whote favor. 



Neer, Delos D._ 



For what expended. 



Architect's fees. 



Gray, C. A 1 1st payment on contract, painting 

building 

Viesko&Kenneu i 1st payment on contract, cement 

! walks 

Fuller* Co., W. P j 580 gallons' "pain till"""™!".. 1" 

Viesko&Kennen Final payment on contract, ce- 
ment walks 

100 gallons roof paint— 

2d payment on contract, painting 

building 

Architect's fees 

104 gallons paint. 



Fisher, Thorsen & Co- 
Gray, C. A 



Neer, Delos D. 

Fuller & Co., W. P. 
Gray, C. A 



Final payment on contract, taint- 
ing building.. 

32508 Gray, C. A — 1st payment on contract, repairing 

dome _ 

32722 ' Fisher, Thorsen & Co.._ 90 gals paint __. 

88407 | Gray, C. A i Final payment on contract, re- 

I pairing dome 

33408 i Gray, C. A 1 Four sets of corridor doors 



Total amount expended. 



1.00C 



890 
644 



HI 

1,000 

250 
115 

1,287 

915 
126 

877 



$ 8,599 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 115. 

CAPITOL BUILDING. 
(For the payment of the expenses of securing an oil painting of Governor Geo, E. Cha 
berlain, authorized purchased by the Secretary of 8tate % by Senate Concurrent 
Resolution Xo. 16 % adopted January *5, 1905. 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905— _ f 800 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 600 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 __ _ $.. 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



Date. ! No °t 
* warrant. 

~r905~~! 

May 23 I 31351 



In wkone favor. 



For tckat expended. 



Meyer, Richard Max — _i Portrait of Governor Geo. E. Cham-, 

berlain __ | * 600 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 116. 

DESERT lands. 

{For the payment of the claim of Chat. & Moore for money advanced for legal opinion and 
advice upon construction of "t?ie Carey arid land grant." 



Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1005 __. 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30 t 1906, inclusive.. 



180 00 
180 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f. 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



Data. 


No. of 

wmrrmnt. 


In who— favor. 


| For what ozpondod. 


Amount. 


1905 

May 19 


81170 


Moore, Cbas. S 


— i Cash advanced for legal advice 


f 180 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 117. 

SALARIES OF CLERKS AND STENOGRAPHERS IN THE OFFICE OF THE 
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, I906-. f 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 2,588 50 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



411 60 



No. of 



1906 

April 1 

6 

6 

8 

19 

28! 

May 8 

Joly 1 

12 

Aug. 2 

Sept. 6 

18 



Oct. 



18 

1 

6 

11 

17 

1906 

Jan. 1 

5 

13 

April 1 

5 

5 

5 

May 5 

July 2 

12 

16 

20 

Aug. 80 

Oct. t 

1 



80660 

80780 
80781 
80909 

81016 
81012 
81088 
31788 
81977 



In who— favor. 



For what expondtd. 



82657 
82754 
82824 
82948 
88017 
88056 



88902 
88087 
34117 
S4647 
84087 
31688 
84689 
81988 
85668 
86879 
86519 
887*4 
87708 
88110 
8S199 



Burton, Caroline A 

Frlnby, Bessie 

McCoy, Helen 

Traver. L. R 

Bosorln. Ineas 

West, Regina 

Ragan, Otho 

Burton, Caroline A 

Ragan, Otho 

West, Regina 



Salary, clerk and stenographer 

Clerical services 

do 

— do 

-do _ 

do _ _ 

do 

Salary, clerk and stenographer. 

Clerical services 



Stewart, Mary E : do_. _ _ 

Carleton, E. F do 



Davis, M. 

Burton, Caroline A.. 

Frisby, Bessie 

Brown, Emma M... 
Cronlse, Tom 



Burton, Caroline A 

West, Regina 

Engle, Edna 

Burton, Caroline A 

West, Regina 

Engle, Edna 

Hlrsbe. Edna 

Opeuna, Theodore 

Burton. Caroline A 

West, Regina 

Williams, Opal 

Ackerman, J. H 

Carleton, E. F 

Williams, Opal 

Burton, Caroline A 



-do- 



Salary, clerk and stenographer 

Clerical services 

do 

do 



Salary, clerk and stenographer 

Clerical services 

-do I 

Salary, clerk and stenographer. 

Clerical services 

do 

"~~~idoi~~i~ii":~r~~ir~ii 

Salary, clerk and stenographer- 
Clerical services 

do_ 

Cash advanced, clerical services- 
Clerical services 

do— 

Salary, clerk and stenographer 



Total amount expended $ 2,588 50 



800 00 
16 00 
200 
48 00 
200 
200 
600 

800 00 
14 00 
700 
200 

170 00 
2 75 

800 00 
100 
225 

11 25 

800 00 

18 00 
200 

300 00 

12 00 
825 
600 
2 00 

300 00 

19 00 
900 
600 

100 00 

20 00 
800 00 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 118. 

SALARY OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81. 1900 $ 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September SO, 1900, inclusive 



6,000 00 
5/250 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1908 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



750 00 



So. of | 
warrant. . 



Jan. 
April 
July 
Oct. 



In wkote favor. 



For what txpmded. 



1905 

April 1 
July 1 
Oct. 1 
1906 



30586 i Ackerman, J. H , Salary, Supt. of Public Instruction. 

31702 ' -do... L__ do. 

8*2862 I do _ I- _ do. 

33819 I do _ -„. | 

84566 do ___ 

85588 L_ do- ,__ 

381*20 _.do._ _.__ I _. 



-do 

-do 

.do 

_do 



750 00 
750 00 
750 00 

750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 



Total amount expended.— __ ' f 5,250 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 119. 

TRAVELING EXPENSES OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



Appropriation for the two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906— f 
Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 



1,800 00 
1,602 70 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



197 80 



DaU. I *■ °/ I 
, warrant. 



In whoae favor. 



1905 "Y 
April 1 I 
July I I 
Oct. 1 I 

1906 
Jan. 6 
April 9 , 
July 20 | 
Oct. 16 



30579 I Ackerman, J. H. 

31687 ! _„_do 

33057 I. —do 



33942 I do.. 

84696 I do.. 

36785 I do _ 

38884 I — do._ 



For what expended. 



Traveling expenses f 

do 

do 1 



..do. 
„do. 
_.do. 
-do. 



Total amount expended _ $ 1,002 70 



164 20 
212 95 
220 25 

802 60 
178 80 
222 30 
301 06 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 120. 

EXPENSES OF TEACHERS' ASSOCIATIONS. 

Appropriation for the two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906.. $ 
Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 f 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



500 00 
106 85 



398 05 



I No. of 
I warrant. ' 



/h whose favor. 



For what expended. 



1905 i 
Aug. 8 I 



Sept. 



26 > 

16 > 

27 , 



1906 
June 11 
11 
19 



32301 I Mulkey, B. F ' Attendance, executive committee i 

j meeting. $ 

32599 | Bragg, E. E ' do 

82748 Zlnser, J. C do 

82755 j Chapman, Mrs. F. T...J Music furnished _ 

82848 i Ferrin, W. N j Attendance, executive committee 

! meeting 



35165 
35166 
85212 



Churchill, J. A- do__ 

Welles, Frank K ._ _ do.. 

Pay ton, J. A I ..do... 



26 65 

22 20 

5 45 

4 25 

S6 05 

3 15 
545 
8 15 



Total amount expended | $ 106 35 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 121. 

CENTRAL OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT DRAIN. 

[Fw the payment of the salaries of the officers, instructors and employees, and for the main, 
tenance and general and contingent expenses and general repairs and improve- 
ments at the Central Oregon State Normal School at Drain.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 f 21,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 7,879 19 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 13,020 81 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



1 JTo. o/ 
warrant. 



In KhOMe faeor. 



For what expended. 



1906 
July 28 I 
28 ' 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26| 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26 
26; 
26 
28, 
26 I 
26 | 
26l 
26 ' 
26 . 
26 
28 j 
28 i 
26' 
26 
26 
26 < 
26 

Aog. 20 
20 
20 
20 
18 
18 
18 
18 



*pt. 



Vet. 



13 ( 
13 
13 ! 
13 
13 
21 
8 

18 ■ 
13 ' 
13 
13 
13 
13 
13 



37078 
37079 
37080 
37081 
37082 
37088 
37084 
37086 
87086 
37087 
37088 
37089 
37090 
37091 
87092 
87003 
37094 
87095 
37096 
87097 
37098 
37099 
37100 
37101 
37102 
87108 
37101 
37105 
87108 
37107 

87026 
87627 



37905 ! 
37908 
87907 
87908 

37909 I 

37910 

37911 

87912 , 

87913 

88048 i 

88513 

38795. 

88796! 



Dempster, W. H 

Prlggs, A.L.. 

Brown, O. C 

Brown, Mrs. O.C. 

Gall, Minerva E 

Kuykendall, Sybyl 

Signs, M.B 

White, Bertha 

Johnson, John 

Hasard.CE.-__ 

Applegate, E. R 

Bledsoe, T. E 

Bradley Co., Milton 

Dempster, W. H 

Educational Pub. Co 

Houghton. Mifflin & Co. 

i Kent, W. W __ 

, Lutke Mfg. Co 

i Sanders, G. E 

Whipple, L. N 

I Briggs, A. L 

Brown, O. C.._ 

' Hoover, Daisy 

i Lyans, W. C 

; Spalding, Alta 

Warfleld, Harriett 

Briggs, A L._ 

Hasard. C. E 

Kent, W. W _. 

; Oregon Teachers' 

I Monthly 

Boswell, Ben B 

j Johnson. E. A 

I Review Pub. Co. 

; Ht Ores, L 

! Brown, O.C.- 

Bledsoe, T. E 

Edward, L. E 

Lea, George. 



Salary, president __. 

Salary, instructor 

do 

:_~__"do_"____:i__r_™z___:___:r 
do 

!____-"do~_-"-_r~__"____"__ii____ 

Salary, Janitor. 

Salary, secretary of regents 

Stationery 

Stove, twine, etc 

Paper, clay, etc. ... 

Cash advanced sundry claims.. 
Books __ 

Brooms, etc.. _ 

Cabinet for school exhibit 

Lumber 

Foot scrapers 

Salary, president 

Salary, instructor 

do 

do _ 

do 

do 

Cash advanced sundry claims- 
Salary, secretary of regents 

Brooms, crayon, etc. 



88798 
38799 



38801 



News Pub. Co.. ._ 

Register Pub. Co._ 

Sanders, «. W._ _._ 

Tesgne, R. B 

WImberly, Ira _ 

Stearns & Chenoweth. 

Edwards, S. H..__ _ 

Bank of Drain.. 

Brown, O. C 

Cleveland, W.O 

Drain Nonpareil _ 

Ensley, J. E 

Review Pub. Co... 

Lea, George 



13 38802 ! Veatoh ALawson. 



1 page ad 

Expenses of regent.,. 

1200 feet lumber 

Publishing notice for bids 

Labor 

Expenses, canvassing for school- 
Wood, etc 

Maintaing boarding hall 

1st payment, account of contract 

construction building. 

Advertising 

Publishing notices to contractors.. 

Labor 

18 cords wood 

Oil, etc _ 

School furniture 

Plastering— __ 

Cash advanced for freight of brick- 
Expenses, canvassing for school— 

Hauling building materials 

Advertising-. 

Plastering... 

Copper half tones 

Final payment, account of con- 
tract constructing building 

Painting building 



I 319 98 


175 40 


136 45 


97 45 


116 28 


116 28 


126 55 


77 88 


37 80 


725 


18 10 


2 45 


5 15 


18 80 


250 


200 


580 


8 60 


1 85 


1 00 


504 04 


85 00 


165 00 


250 00 


165 00 


110 00 


24 80 


46 86 


18 07 


20 00 


5 10 


960 


300 


8 40 


42 70 


56 05 


200 00 


1,200 00 


10 20 


400 


450 


54 00 


21 90 


456 94 


20 75 


20 00 


7 90 


20 25 


600 


2 50 


48 05 


1,945 00 


628 51 



Total amount expended ; $ 7,879 19 



SEC'Y— pt. II. 13 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 122. 

EASTERN OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT WESTON. 

(For the payment of the salaries of the. officers, instructors, aud employees, and for the main- 
tenance and general and conitngenl expenses, and general repairs and improve' 
ments at the Eastern Oregon State Normal School at Weston.) 

Appropriation for two years. January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 25,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 8,431 58 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 S 16,565 47 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 

June 27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 
27 

27 
27 
July 20 I 
20 
20 | 
20 ' 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
21| 

S> 

"I 
Aug. 20 I 

20, 



No. of 

warrant. I 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



Sept. 



20 

Si 
H 

51 
" i 

14 

14 ! 
14 1 
26 
26 I 
26 , 



85314 
35845 
35346 
36347 
35348 
35349 
35350 
35851 
35352 



" I . 



35354 
85355 
85856 
35357 



35350 
86765 
36766 
36767 
36768 
36769 
36770 
86771 
86772 
86773 
36774 
36775 
36776 
86777 
86778 
36779 
36780 
36824 



36827 
36828 

87118 
37630 
87631 
87632 
37759 
37760 
87761 
37762 
87763 
87764 
87983 
87984 
87985 
37986 
37987 
37988 
88082 



88084 | 



Bullfinch, Agnes , 

Crayne, Anna Z 

Forbes, George A 1 

Forbes, Jane E , 

French, Clara Graves ' 

Humeston, Dora ! 

Mather, John 

Peebles, George A 

Proctor, Ino M. I 

Tone, Margaret A ' 

Carpenter, Horace L - 

Manasse, Ed ; 

Pacific Electric Co i 

Portland Mill & Fix- 
ture Co ! 

Sanborn, Vail & Co ' 

Whitney, J. R 

French, Robert C - 

French, Clara Graves __ 

Alexander, R. 

Blakely, Wm. M __.i 

Worthington, P. A 

Ashwortn, J. M 

City of Weston | 

Cockerline, M. J. 

Dupuis, J. B 

Johnson, N. P 

Nixon & Kinimel 

Ore. Teachers' Monthly. 

Proebstel, George W 

Rodgers & Co., Geo. F.._ 

Wheeler, Carl 

Williamson, C. B 

Worthington, P. A 

Raley, J. H 

Greisler, Fred 

Sawyer, Gorman A 

Grimm 

Proebstel, Geo. W. | 

City of Weston 

—do 

Courtney, C. W 

Ashworth, James 

Ely <fe Scott _ 

Graham, Porter , 

Moorehouse & Co., E. H. 1 

Proebstel, Geo. W 

Weston Brick Yard ! 

City of Weston , 

Durr, W. L 

Hunter, R. M : 

Price, John ; 

Simpson, George W. .__' 
St. Louis Photo Eng. Co., 

Baker, J. H „J 

Baker & Son, M. A j 

Goodman - Thorn ps o n 
Co 1 



Salary, instructor 

- do — 

zzzzzdo i~ii~iiiz~zz~~zm~z 

ZZZZZdo zzzzzzzzzzzzzi 
do 

do_ : 

do 

do 

do 

20 yards bunting 

2 chandeliers 



Furniture and fixtures 

5 frames 

Printing catalogues 

Salary, President 

Salary, instructor 

Expenses of Regent 

._ do 

Salary, Secretary of Regents 

Carpenter work 

Water service 

Paints, glass, etc . 

1 mattress ^ 

\% cords wood 

wiring building. 

One page advertisement 

Lumber, coal, hardware, paints — 

Binding catalogues 1 

Photographs for catalogue 

Phone service, paper, etc. 

Expenses of Regent 

do 

10 cords wood 



Decorating, painting, etc. 

Expenses of Regent 

Water for irrigation 

Building sidewalks 

Pasturing cattle. 

Superintending repairs 

Groceries 

1 load sawdust 

65 yards burlap 

Lumber 

500 brick— 

Water for Irritation 

Carpenter work 

Mason work 

25 cords wood 

Carpenter work 

4 engravings 

Painting, hanging paper, etc.- 
Paints, etc. 



Garden hose sprinklers ! 



237 60 
528 00 
528 00 
237 60 
180 00 
148 50 
324 00 
528 00 
396 00 
528 00 
270 54 
1 67 
42 80 

21 50 

55 75 

155 48 

810 00 

150 00 

8 15 

4 60 

300 00 

31 50 

125 70 

24 10 
650 
7 86 

109 30 

10 00 
649 96 

47 77 
68 70 

15 40 
77 55 

4 60 

25 00 

11 15 

16 50 
21 50 
79 33 

650 
72 tt 
30 35 

550 

21 61 

306 & 

4 75 

21 50 

51 00 

11 50 

115 00 

63 60 
11 00 

64 40 
5Q0 

50 85 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 122— Concluded. 



Ihrte. I *«•/ 



1006 , 




Sept. 26 j 


38085 


28 1 


38086 


26 


38087 


26 


38088 


28 


38101 


Oct. 6 


38423 


6 


38424 


6 


38425 


6 


38426 



In tckoae favor. 



Phillips, George 
Proebstel, Geo. W... 

Simpson, W. D 

Warren Bros. 

French, Robert 
President— _~ 



For lohat expended. 



Carpenter work . 
55,100 lbs. coal— .. 

Labor 

Cartage 



Pay roll of officers, etc., July- Au- 
gust, 1906 

Barnett, Earl . Labor on grounds. _. 

Couch, Mary N._._ i Cleaning building 

Hall, Mrs. Millard i do „ 

Tucker, Mrs. Cora | do 



Total amount expended. 



$ 12 00 

275 42 

29 10 

795 

393 33 
18 00 
22 00 
25 00 
21 00 


S 8,434 53 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 123. 

SOUTHERN OREGON STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AT ASHLAND. 

( For the payment of the salaries of the officer*, instructors, and employees, and for the main- 
tenance and general and contingent expenses, and general repairs and Improve- 
ments, including the instullation of the new heating system 
at the State Normal School at Ashland.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 190% to December 31, 1906 $ 31,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 18,432 86 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 _ f 12,667 64 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



Dot*. 


No. »f 




warrant. 


1906 





June 26 


33229 


26 


35230 


21$ 


35231 


26 


35232 


26 


35233 


26 


35234 


26 


35235 


2* 


35236 


26 


35237 


26 


35238 


26 


36239 


26 


35*40 


26 


35241 


26 


35242 


26 


35243 


26 


K5244 


26 


35215 


26 


35216 


26 


35247 ! 


26 


35248 


26 


.35249 


26 


35250 I 


26 


.35251 ! 


26 


35252 


26 


35£t3 


26 


35251 


26 


35255 


26 


35256 , 


26 


35257 


26 


35258 


26 


35260 ! 


26 


35260 j 


26 


.35261 


26 


35262 1 


26 


35263 


26 


35261 


26 


£5285 


28 


35266 


26 


35267 



In wkott favor. 



For what expended. 



Neil, Fred R ' Salary, secretary of faculty, etc, 

Wickersham, Emma B. Salary, instructor 

Kaiser, M. Armeda ! do.. 

Wagner, Stella M do 

Van Scoy, W. T do 

Sllsby, Either... ' do 

Doughty, Armilda , do 

Tibbltts, Delia G._ i do.. _ 

Payne, Clyde A do .__ 

Mnlkey, B. F.._ ! Salary, president of faculty 

Van Scoy, VV. T Salary, instructor 

Kaiser, M. Armeda , do ._ 

Doughty. Armilda — do.— 

*"* "" do 

do _ 

do 

do _ 



26 

26 : 



~ ity, 
Payne, Clyde A 
New mail, Mrs. M. V. 
Wickersham, Emma B. 
Mellinger, W. L. 

Wagner, Slella M _J do. 

Hevener, M. E. C , — do 

Myer, Ida K. — — Salary, matron 

Potter, Matt Salary, janitor 

Anderson, Gilbert E Boarding matron 

Arnold, Albert Hauling 78 cords wood. 

Ashland El. P.& L.Co.., Lighting 

Ashland Ice <fc Stor. Co.] 12 cords oak wood 

Ash'and Tribune Publishing notice 

Ashland Truck Co. Hauling wood 

Bowers, Benton ' Wood, etc. 

Billings. G. F._ Wood. _ 

CaseA Wick— _ Stove, bed, etc. 

Holmes Bros.. Sawing wood, etc. 

Dodge, J. P Furniture, etc 

Evans, H. S , Glass, paint, etc 

HefHing, W. M Wood, cartage, etc 

High, N. L Repairing bus 

lnman.J.P _. Setting boxes In bus.... 

Lyon, H.T Repairing bus 

Manning, A. C Hauling 18 cords wood 

Neil, Fred R Tinware, etc 

Payne, E. C Chemical desk 

Simpson, Thomas H. Hardware, oil ? etc, 



264 73 

282 92 

543 27 

543 27 

600 00 

204 46 

482 92 

362 92 

482 92 

1,650 00 

1,100 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

532 76 

400 00 

196 13 

180 57 

88 32 

46 80 

441 87 

48 00 

1 00 

10 80 

244 28 

19 12 

8 10 

95 25 

29 00 

43 20 

33 32 

12 25 

1 50 

5 25 

10 80 

42 35 

18 00 

72 37 



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Report of Secretary of State. 

• 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. l&- Concluded. 



Dot*. 



No. of 



In who** favor. 



1006 
June 26 
26 
26 

26 1 
» , 

27 ! 
July 19 | 

19 

19 I 

19 < 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

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19 

19 

19; 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

Aug. 4 
20 
20 
20 
20 
28 

Sept 5 
21 

Oct. 8 
8 



85270 
85271 
85272 
85278 
85274 
85848 
86744 
86745 
36746 
86747 
86748 
86749 
86750 
36751 
86752 
36758 
36754 
86755 
36756 
86767 
86758 
36750 
36760 
36761 
86762 
36768 
87280 
87622 
87623 
87624 
87625 
37706 
37758 
88049 
88515 
88516 



19 88899 



Southern Pacific Co 

Stevenson A Johnson .. 
Sunset Tel. <fcTel. Co.— 

Valley Record 

Wlthrow, J. H. _ _„ 

Mulkey. B. F 

Ashland Truck Co 

Grenlnger, D. P._._ 

In low, Harvey 

Jonas, Jacob W 

Nell Hardware Co.,R.; P. 

McNalr Bros 

Watson, Lyle J 

Winter, O - ! 

Ashland Truck Co | 

Bolvln, H._ 

Bowers, Benton — i 

Grenlnger. D. P. _. 

Mclntlre, W. M j 

Morris, Jack ; 

Poley,W. M ; 

Shelley, W. F | 

Webber, Alleen 

Thomas, C.H 

Mulkey, B. F 

VanScoy, W.T _ ' 

do... 

Ashland Truck Co 

Grainger, Maynle 

Holmes Bros. 



For what expended. 



Slmpson/Thomas H- 

Mulkey, B. F 

Van Scoy, W. T _ 

Mulkey, B. F 

Ashland Elec. P.<& L.CoJ Lighting .. 
Carter. E. V., Dlsburs- j 
bursing Agent ! 



Freight on wood $ 

Hauling 463 cords woods ] 

Phone service 

Publishing notice ' 

17 tiers wood * | 

Salary, president of faculty ■ 

Hauling wood 

Carpenter work — i 

Janitor service ; 

Labor and team hire... ' 

Hardware 1 

Testing tubes, etc 

Stenographic services 1 

Brooms, crockery, etc , 

8 tiers wood 

Plumbing materials- — _J 

100 cords wood i 

Repair work 

Labor ' 

Crockery. ' 

Drugs, etc. . i 

Electric lamps, etc ' 

Chapel pianist I 

Secretary, board of regents j 

Salary, president of faculty 

Salary, instructor | 

do 

Wood and cartage 

Typewri ting 

2 tiers wood ■ 

Hardware, plumbing, etc ' 

Salary, president of faculty I 

Salary, instructor . 



Salary, president of faculty — 

" ' tin 



Kerby, Henry- 



Payroll of officers, etc., June-Sep- 
tember, 1906 

18 tiers stove wood 



Total amount expended % 18,452 36 



146 51 
37 40 

17 80 
1 00 

86 25 

900 00 

450 

11 25 

56 25 

3 75 
13 70 
27 45 
21 50 
15 45 
20 15 
15 40 

125 00 
5 00 

13 00 
655 

25 15 

18 50 
25 00 
70 70 

150 00 

100 00 

100 00 

15 00 

8 00 

4 75 
47 47 

150 00 
100 00 
150 00 
229 59 



421 84 
45 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 124. 

STATE NORMAL 8CHOOL AT MONMOUTH. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officers, instructors, and employees, and for the 

maintenance and general and contingent expenses, and general repairs and 

improvement* at the State Normal School at Monmouth.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 86,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 27,406 00 





Balance unexpended September 80, 1006 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 


I 8,603 91 


Dot*. 


1 warrant /n vhot * favor. i For what expended. 


< Amount. 

i 



1906 
July 



8800K 
86000 
86010 
36011 
86012 
86013 
86014 
36015 
86016 
86017 
86018 
36019 
86020 
86021 



Ressler, E. D I Salary, President of Faculty I $ 8,200 00 

Butler, J. B. V Salary, Secretary of Regents, etc.-J 1,600 00 

Babbitt, May Bowden„ Salary, Instructor 630 00 

do 1 do 490 00 

Buckham, H. B ' do 2,080 00 

Campbell, A. F i do | 1,060 00 

do ' do | 840 00 

Mahoney. W. H „i do ! 960 00 

do do- 1 840 00 

Pennell, Ellen M _. do. 1,000 00 

—do-.„ •..! do 1 600 00 

Powell, P. O _.., do ' 810 00 

do do 1 660 00 

Rice, Charles A do | 400 00 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. VM- Concluded. 



JTo. of 



30028 
36024 



36027 
86028 
88029 
86080 
30081 
86802 
80608 
87321 
87825 
87820 
87827 
87828 
87829 
87830 
37831 
87021 
87740 
37800 
87917 
37918 
37919 

37920 
38052 



38054 
38055 

38050 
88057 
88058 
38050 

38060 
88103 
38413 
88414 
88415 
38410 
88417 
88418 
38419 
88420 

38421 
88422 



88691 
88695 

88696 
88791 



38841 
88842 



88848 



38907 
88908 



38909 



In who»e favor. 



For tekat expended. 



I 



Robinson, L. A— 

8ml ih, Loretta 

Tharp, H. Zophar 

do 

Tuthlll, Sarah 

do .. 

Herren, J. H 

do 

Powell, Ira C 

Ressler, E. D._ 

Wolverton, O. A., P. M. 

Buckham. H. B 

Rice, Charles A. 

Tuthlll, Sarah 

Willamette Valley Co.. 

Heraenway.A. F. 

Linden, C. C. 

Powers, J. M 

Starr, C. L 

Wolverton, O. A., P. M._ 

Griffa, C. G 

Richards, George 

Glbln, Herman 

Hembree, Clark 

Salem Oregon Slates- 
man •„; 

Wolverton, O. A., P. M._ 

iEtna Insurance Co 

Niagara Fire Insurance 

Co _ i 

Queen Insurance Co 

Beach A Co,, F. E 

Denver Fire Clay Co 

Taylor, Frank 

Lucas, Frank 

Nottingham A Co. 

RiddellBros 

City of Monmouth 

Bridwell A Craven 

do_ 

Buckham, Bertba 

Howell, J. W 

Neal A Lindsay 

Mack A Co . J..G 

Morgan Wall Paper Co._ 
Northwest School Fur- 
niture Co 

Perkins, L. 8 

Tauben helmer A 
Schmeer Carpet and 

Furniture Co 

Rice, Charles A 

Smith, Loretta 

Perkins, L. S 

Booth by. R. T 

Journal Publishing Co... 

The Oregonlan 

Ressler, E. D 

Stlne. Mrs. M — 

Taubenhelmer A 
Schmeer Carpet and i 

Furniture Co.. 

Wolverton, A. O., P. M.J 

Butler, J. B. V., Secre- j 

tary of Regents 

Ore. Teachers' Monthly. 
Salem Oregon States- 
man 

Gill Co., The J. K 



Salary, Inspector 

.do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do.. 



Services, janitor., 
do.. 



Salary, Treasurer of Regents... 
Cash advanced for typewriter- 
Postage 

Instructor, Summer Term 

do— 

do— 

Lighting 

Instructor, Summer Term 

""'"~~~'~do" 



Postage 

Water service 

Plastering-. 

Dinning and walling septic tank— 
124 cords wood 



Publishing advertisements- 
Postage 

Insurance premium 



——""do-— "-—III 
Paints 

Apparatus, etc. 

Painting and papering — 

Postage 

7 barrels cement 

120 cords wood 

Lumber for sidewalk 

Shingles, nails, etc 

Pipe, rope, etc 

Clerical services 

tiO.OOO shingles, glass, etc.- 

wall paper, paint, etc 

100 yards mat Ing 

Wall paper 



School furniture- 
Phone rent, etc.— 



3 bookcases 

Instructor, Summer Term 

do 

Paints, etc 

Paper hanging, painting, etc. 

Publishing advertisement 

do _ 

Traveling expenses, as President-. 
Crockery for dining hall 



Bookcase... 
Postage 



Payroll of officers, etc., June-Sep- 
tember, 1900 

Publishing advertisements 



Furnishing diplomas, etc.. 
Books 



Total amount expended.. 



1,080 00 

840 00 

584 00 

090 00 

490 00 

1,080 00 

840 00 

450 00 

450 00 

75 00 

88 00 

49 05 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

17 90 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

10 05 

15 00 

17 60 

85 00 

894 82 

10 00 
80 55 
47 50 

30 00 
19 00 
19 20 
27 75 
415 00 
72 80 

24 50 
448 00 

44 23 
807 38 

25 85 
19 50 

139 50 
37 07 
54 00 
80 95 

100 33 
85 80 



88 00 
76 00 
75 00 

270 10 
28 00 
21 00 
83 30 

121 05 
25 00 



11 00 
44 15 



1,412 50 
57 85 

102 50 
80 25 



$ 27,400 09 



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Report of Secret ary op State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 125. 



OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. 



(For the payment of the salaries of the officers, instructors, and employees, and for the 
maintenance and general and contingent expenses of the Oregon Institute for 

the Blind.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 8 15,500 00 

Amount expended : Warrants Issued, January 1, 1905, to 

September 80, 1900, inclusive f 13,700 33 

Certl flea fee of evidence of allowance of claim issued, Janu- 
ary 1, 1905, to September 30, 1900, inclusive and outstand- 
ing- 94 60 18,794 93 

Balance available September 80, 1906 _ f 1,706 07 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 




Dot*. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1900 




June 27 


35315 


27 


85820 


30 


85524 


July 2 


35728 


2 


35724 


2 


85725 


2 


35720 


2 


35727 


2 


35728 


2 


35729 


2 


£5730 


2 


35731 


2 


35735 


2 


35730 


2 


35737 


2 


85738 


2 


35739 


2 


a5740 


2 


85741 


2 


85742 


2 


35743 


2 


&5744 


2 


85745 


8 


85755 , 


8 


35772 1 


3 


35773 


3 


35774 


3 


35775 


8 


35784 


8 


35785 


8 


35804 


3 


35806 


8 


86808 i 


3 


35809 , 


3 


35810 1 


6 


35918 | 


6 


35919 


6 


35920 


6 


35921 





35922 


6 


35923 


6 


35024 


6 


35925 


6 


35926 1 


6 


35939 1 


6 


35901 1 


/ 


35994 


7 


85998 | 


7 


30000 ! 



Steusloff Bros 

Tbos. Kay Woolen Mill 

Co , 

Spencer Hardware Co._| 
Capital Improvem'tCo. 

Powell, R. W 

Kurtz, Mrs. F. G 

Lynch, Isaac 

Meyers A Sons, Jos. _ 
Roberts, Thomas S... 

Atwood, C. J | 

Joseph, Emile 

Underwood, J. B I 

Commercial Cream Vo..\ 
Salem Steam Laundry ; 
Willamette Tent A 1 

Awning Co. 1 

Will, George C ! 

Fuller A Douglas. I 

Cross, E. C 

Citizens' L. A T. Co 

Long, S. O __ i 

Jones, G. W , 

Fltts, W.S ' 

Capital Commission Co.| 

Stelners Market , 

White A Son, D. A I 

Demorest, Ricks & Co.— , 

Eckhart, T. M ' 

Ringo, W. A I 

Flower. J. H.— I 

Salem Steam Laundry.i 

Reddekopp, Marie ; 

Haas, F. G | 

California Bakery ; 

Stockton & Co., J. L. ' 

Morley, Walter. __j 

Jones, G. W 

Jones, Cook M ' 

Roberts, Thomas S , 

Stelners Market... 

Patton Bros.. 

Kruse, Millie. i 

Harding, Ethel 

Williamson, Mrs.M. A.J 

Fuller A Douglas , 

McCracken, S. P ' 

Stolz Co., Gideon 

Commercial Cream Co.. 

Salem Ice Works.. ' 

Dillraan, Conrad , 



Blankets 

Hardware 

Sand 

Services. Janitor 

34 bushels apples 

Plowing 

Dry goods — 

Services, teacher „ 

Blacking, starch, etc.. 

40J cords wood.. 

Sawing 15 cords wood- 
Butter and cream 

Laundry work 



35 pounds twine 

Musical merchandise, etc. 

Groceries 

Meuts 

Lighting 

Sawing wood 

Sundry cash advances 

Fish, eggs, etc.- 

Apples, prune*, feed, etc 

Fish, eggs, etc 

Seeds, etc 

3 sacks elastic pulp 

Cartage 

Prescriptions 

Pruning trees, etc 

Laundry work 

Services, waitress ._ 

Drugs 

Bread 

Dry goods 

Fencing, etc. 

Salary, superln tendent 

Salary, matron.. _ 

Salary, teacher ._ 

Fish, eggs __ 

Stationery 

Salary, teacher 

do 

Salary, laundress 

Groceries 

3 cords slab wood 

62 gallons vinegar 

Butter, milk _. 

Ice 

2 bedsteads 



23 00 
IS 

2 75 
90 00 
13 60 

4 00 

13 76 

92 S6 

1 69 
135 67 

6 05 

93 70 
12 S5 

5 75 
45 13 

308 97 
449 56 
2*4 .55 

14 05 
58 58 

15 5S 
101 21 

7 13 
20 80 

2 85 

24 .50 
4 05 

2 25 
4 5S 

76 50 
28 95 

25 00 
7 93 

3 30 
250 00 
150 00 
128 57 

11 74 
7 ft5 
332 14 
832 14 
138 33 
490 83 

6 75 
11 46 
89 65 

500 
6 00 



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Report of Secretary op State. 



199 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. Y£>-Oontinued. 



No. of 



In whott favor. 



For what expended. 



9 


38130 


9 


36131 


9 


36132 


9 


36133 


9 


36134 


9 


36135 


9 


36136 


9 


36137 


9 


36138 


9 


36139 


9 


36140 


9 


36141 


9 


86142 


9 


36143 


9 


36144 


9 


36145 


9 


36146 


9 


36148 


9 


36149 


9 


36150 


9 


36160 


12 


36285 


12 


36290 


12 


36309 


12 


36310 


12 


36323 


12 


36324 


12 


36352 


12 


36357 


12 


36358 


17 


36556 


17 


36557 


24 


36666 


24 


36674 


24 


36056 


24 


36958 


24 


36950 


24 


36960 


25 


36982 


25 


36989 


25 


36995 


25 


37011 


25 


37034 


25 


37035 


25 


37036 


25 


37038 


25 


37040 


25 


37061 


25 


37069 


25 


37070 


26 


37077 


27 


37133 


28 


37182 


28 


37183 


30 


37209 


3 


37267 


4 


87274 


6 


36297 


6 


37208 


8 


37343 


9 


37414 


9 


87415 


9 


37416 



Jones, G. W., Supt 

II"™"ILdoI™™ZIII 

'zzzzii"™doi"iz"Z"z*z; 

._ do 

do 

do 

;zzzzzz"zzido™zzziiiziz; 

Armstrong, E. C 

House Furnishing Co... 

California Bakery 

Whitney, J. R 

Taylor. C. W 

Rodger* A Co., Geo. F._ 

Hugbes Co., John 

Taylor, C. W 



37417 



8 pa u I ding Logging Co., 

Patton Bros 

Miller, Mrs. W. H 

Harritt <fe Lawrence 

Harrltt, J. W 

Citizens Light & Trac- 
tion Co __ 

Sidney Power Co 

Salem Water Co 

Jones, G. W 

Harritt. J. W 

Pacific States T.&T. Co. . 
Illinois Inst, for the Ed- 
ucation of the Blind— 

SteinerA Berger 

Baker <fe Son 

Capital Commission Co. 
Baker, Lawrence & 

Baker 

Salem Gun Store 

Buren «& Hamilton 

Citizens Light <fc Trac- 
tion Co, _ _. 

Smith, J. N.._ _ 

Blankenship, J. P 

Winslow & Co 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Eckhart, T. M. 

Josse, L. U 

Meyers <fc Sons, Joseph. 
Flrst M. E. Church of 

Salem 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Potter, L. W _. 

Pacific Paper Co 

Baker A Son 

Baker, Lawrence & 

Baker _. 

Crolsan, G. H._ 

Reynolds, L. T 

Stout, Jessie. 



Jones, G. W., Supt. 
do. 



Capital City Mills 

Baker <fe Son— 

Capital Commission Co. 
Citizens Light & Trac- 
tion Co 

Commercial Cream Co- 



Payroll of +>nipluve", April, 905-. 

Payroll of employ^ May, i -05 i 

Payroll of employes, Jum j , MJ05 

Payroll of em ploy ex, July, 1^05 1 

Payroll of employta, August, 1905— 
Payroll of i-ri l ploy* s^- -pi« -m er, 19051 
Payroll of etiiplnyfc, October, 1905.. 
Pay rol 1 of *■ m pi t »y is , No v e m I er, 1905 
Payroll of I'm pi (»>-<;•*, ^^t J ■^'^'■rnl^er, 1905! 
Payroll of phi piny ev, 3» nun i 7, 1906. ' 
Payroll oi 'employ 4a, February, 1906 

Payroll of employes, Mareu, 1006 I 

Payroll ol i-mploves, April, 1906 

Payroll of employe*, May, 106 i 

Spraying trees 

Rugs, furniture, etc 1 

Bread J 

Printing blanks, etc i 

Butter.. I 

Paper, binding, etc _ 

Groceries I 

17 pounds butter _J 



123 cords slab wood- 

Statlonery 

Services, cook. __ 

Groceries 

do 



Light- _. 

3 barrels flour— 

Water 

Sundry cash advances. 

Groceries. 

Phone service 



Music 

Filing cases, etc.. 

Groceries 

Feed, etc 



Groceries 

Striking bag, etc,. 
Carpets, etc 



Lighting. _.. 

Medical servlces. 

6 cords wood 

40 cords wood 

Crockery.- 

Cartage.— 

2 cots 

Dry goods.. 



Rental of lecture room- 
Crockery 

16 dozen eggs_ 

Paper 

Groceries 



do _.__ ._. 

10* cords wood 

10 boxes apples. 

Services, housekeeper 

Pay roll of employes, June, 1906.. 
Pay roll of employees, July 1906.. 

Flour. _„ _ 

Groceries 

Bran and shorts _. 



Light 

Butter, cream. 



188 33 
188 33 
183 84 
188 38 
183 33 
358 64 
441 83 

438 34 

439 34 
439 33 
421 83 
439 34 
433 34 
345 25 

600 
11 00 
20 60 
11 07 
125 12 
72 18 
290 68 
4 68 

246 00 
9 75 
7 10 
82 25 

106 12 

97 75 

11 85 
205 50 

81 65 
151 21 

49 60 

4 54 

400 

61 01 

16 92 

16 00 
2 50 
20 45 

94 50 
20 00 
25 50 
134 00 

2 75 
4 25 

3 70 
92 54 

500 
3 70 
400 
600 
32 39 

66 78 
41 00 
750 
54 16 
183 34 
183 34 
25 04 
51 69 
16 44 

94 5^ 
30 7«> 



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Report of Secretary op State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 125-Ooncluded. 




9 I 

9 I 

9 I 

9 I 

9 I 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
11 
11 
18 
13 
13 
20 
22 
30 
Sept. 4 
5 
11 
14 
1 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
8 
13 



Oct. 



37418 
37419 
37420 
37421 
37422 
87423 
37424 
37425 
37426 
87427 
87428 
37429 
37430 
37431 
37432 
37518 
37549 
37558 
37533 
37566 
873*5 
37691 
87729 
37751 
87757 
37898 
37915 
38114 



38270 



38271 
38272 



38274 
88275 
38276 
38277 
88278 
38279 
38280 
38281 
28282 



38286 
38287 
38518 
38790 



In whose favor. 



Cross, E. C I 

Dillman, Conrad , 

Fuller A Douglas 

Harrltt, J. W. 

Jones. G. W I 

Keeler, D. D ! 

Meyers A Sons, Jose ph. | 
Opera House Drugstore, 
Pacific States T. AT. Co. -I 

Patton Bros 

Salem Steam Laundry.! 

Salem Water Co 

Smith, J. N 

White A Son, D. A 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Capital Drug Co 

Rlggs.Zadoc J 

Kapphabn, E. L. — 

Cosnow, Eva — 

Long. S. O 

Bradley Co.. Milton 



For Ufhat expended. | 

Meats i $ 

Celery plants.. . I 

Groceries _| 

do 1 

Sundry cash advances I 

Veterinary servlees I 

Dry goods 

Drugs , J 

Phone service . 

Stationery _. ' 

Lau nd ry work j 

Water service 

Medical services __ I 

Feed, seeds, etc.. 

Crockery 

Drugs 

do_ 



Mcl n tl re. Mat tie 

White A Son, D. A. 
Jones, G. W., Supt. 
Rasmussen, N. P._. 

Working, S 

Noon Bag Co., The W. C. 

Jones, G. W., Supt 

Buckner, W. F — _ 

Portland General Elec- 
tric Co _ _„. 

Commercial Cream Co- 
Cross, E. C 

First M. E. Church of 

Salem.. 

Fuller A Douglas 

Haas, F. G 

Harrltt, J. W 

Hughes Co., John 

Jones, G. W. 

Long, S. O 

Meyers A Sons, Joseph.! 
Pad flc S ta tes T. A T. Co. - > 
Perkins Institution for 

the Blind - 

Rodgers Paper Co. 

Salem Water Co 

White A Son, D. A 

Will, Geo. C.-_ 

Williamson, M. A 

Rulifson, M. W __. 

Springer, P 



Cartage _ 

Cash advanced for piano rental _ 

Sawing 17 cords wood 

Reeds 

Services, cook 

Feed, seed, etc.. 



Pay roll of employes, August, 1906__ 
Labor and team hire 



50 bushels potatoes.. 

80 pounds twine 

Pay roll of employes, Sept. 1906. 
Feed 



Lights 

38 pounds butter- 
Meats 



Rental of lecture room- 
Groceries 

Drugs 

Groceries 

—_.do 

Sundry cash advances.. 
Sawing 17 cords wood... 

Dry goods 

Phone service 



Apparatus 

Paper. 

Water service 

Feed, seed, etc.. 

Musical merchandise, etc.. 

70 pounds cherries 

12 crates berries 

30 cords flr wood 



113 65 
250 

137 60 
61 20 
5 10 
150 
637 
530 
990 
2 90 
9 75 
37 50 

12 50 

13 10 

2 15 

3 4b 

17 10 

18 75 

16 40 

7 80 

17 60 
75 00 
83 28 

183 33 
450 
17 50 

8 55 
248 42 

895 

94 50 

11 02 
64 09 

12 50 
126 53 

890 
82 47 
94 32 

9 68 
6 80 

21 13 
900 

2 25 
12 85 
55 GO 

9 40 
6 60 

3 50 

14 40 
105 00 



Total amount expended- _ ' $ 18,700 83 

1905 ---------- 

April 4 1 272 | Stout, Jessie 'Housekeeper _ $ 

Oct. 7 I 1148 , National Surety Co Premium on bond of Supt i 

1906 | ' 
April 5 I 1809 | Capital City Mills. Flour and cereals 

5 1 1835 i Spencer Hardware Co.— Hardware 



-I 



75 00 
500 



5 55 
9 05 



Total amount of certificates of evidence of allowance of claims outstanding $ 94 00 



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201 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 126. 

OREGON INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. 

(For the payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing new buildings , 
and for the general repairs and improvements at the Oregon Institute for the Blind.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December SI, 1906 $ 5,500 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 90, 1906, inclusive 888 99 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 — $ 4,661 01 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



1906 
July 2 


S5732 


2 


35733 


2 


35734 


2 


35746 


2 


85747 


2 


85748 


2 


85749 


3 


85786 


3 


85797 


7 


35992 


9 


36147 


9 


36151 


9 


36152 


9 


86158 


9 


86154 


9 


36155 


11 


36286 


12 


36289 


17 


36558 


17 


86605 


24 


86955 


24 


86957 


25 


87087 


25 


37089 


25 


37071 


27 


87135 


27 


37151 


27 


37152 


Aug. 9 


37433 


9 


37434 


9 


37435 


Oct 5 


38288 


5 


88289 


5 


38290 


5 


38291 


5 


38292 


5 


38293 



In wko0» favor. 



Siege A Oarnes i 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Wade A Co., R. M ' 

Hansen, A. M i 

Greene, D. L. ' 

Capital Lumber Co ; 

Capital Improvem't Co.l 

Hansen, A. M 

Spaulding Logging Co., I 

The Chas. K 

Bernard! A Dunslord— i 

StegeA Carnes ' 

Frazer, A. L 

Gilbert A Co., R. D I 

Lennon.W. F I 

Brown, Frank M 

Petzel, M. J I 

Salem Iron Works 

Hughes, 8. A I 

Wade A Co., R. M..— __i 
Spencer Hardware Co.. I 

Wade A Co., R. M ,. 

HteinerA Berger 

Harrison A Sel fried ■ 

House Furnishing Co.__| 

Harrison A Selfiied i 

Graves A Co I 

Hey wood Bros. A Wake- 
field Co 

Lowenberg A Going Co. 

Barr, Theo. M 

Frazer, A. L. i 

Wade, Fearce A Co 

Brown, C. F. W 

Hey wood Bros. A Wake- 1 

field Co I 

House Furnishing Co...| 

Hughes Co., John- I 

Jones, N. D i 

Wade, Pearce A Co I 



For what txpendtd. 



Mattresses, etc.— . 

Crockery, etc 

Hardware 

Lumber 

Painting barn 

Lumber . 



Sand, lime, etc 

Lumber and mill work- 



Lumber 

Plumbing and materials 

Ticking, etc.. ._ _ j 

Plumbing and materials 

Paints, brushes, etc. 

Plastering 

Lumber, etc. ± 

Plumbing and materials 

Truck wheels and axles 

Repairing furnace 

Hardware 

do 

Stoves, etc 

Stereotype maker «. 

Furniture, etc 

Slates 

Band Instruments 



Cane 

One range, etc 

Plumbing and materials- 

— — do 

Hardware 

Painting 



7 bundles of cane. 

Carpets, furniture, etc. 

Paints, oils, etc. _ 



Hanging wall paper, etc 

Hardware, lawn sprinklers, etc.. 



Total amount expended- 



ft 2355 


80 08 


38 88 


6 15 


45 00 


4 28 


14 10 


4 25 


686 


29 30 


20 67 


49 85 


568 


260 


892 


8 61 


500 


10 50 


J2 22 


11 70 


21 83 


28 97 


160 00 


4 10 


7 50 


57 00 


1 18 50 


104 00 


23 00 


7 65 


460 


10 50 


525 


39 44 


11 76 


11 25 


2 25 


ft 83899 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 127. 

OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES. 



(For the maintenance, general and contingent expenses, and salaries of officers, teachers 

and employees for the pears 1903 and 1901, for which past appropriation 

was insufficient.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 8, Laws 1905 $ 2,200 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September HO, 1006, Inclusive 2,138 16 

Balance unexpended September 80,. 1006 $ 61 84 

[Chapter 8, Laws 1906.] 



DmU. 
""1306 

Feb. 1 i 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 

1 I 
1 

1 I 

|i 

l , 

l ! 

l 

i 

l i 

l 

l 

l 



l 

1 1 

l 

l 

l 

l 

l 

l 

l 

1 ! 

1 

1 

11 
11 



Oct. 



*■• f i In whof favor. 



20K60 
29661 



I 



For what cxp**d*d. 



Nov. 25 38688 



Chamberlain, Geo. E. _. 

Dunbar, F. I 

Johnson. HUma 

Arthur & Co., J. M 

29664 | Buren & Hamilton 

29665 Brown & Lehman 

29666 , Bernardl A Dunsford 

29867 Capital Lumbering Co.. 

29808 i Cary, R. W 

29860 Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 

29870 Commercial Cream Co. . 

29871 i Ellis, E 

29872 I Fuller A Douglas 

29878 Gilbert A Baker ... 

29874 i Glover A Patton. j 

28875 Hughes A Co., J no. '' 

29876 Irwin, Hodson Co.- 

29877 j Lamport, E. 8 

29878 | Mastlck A Co., Chas. L._ 

29879 i Meyers A Sons, Jos 

29880 I Oregon Shoe Co i 

29881 ! Osbum, H. B I 

29882. Pacific States Tel. A . 

T. Co ... 

29883 Patton Bros 

29884 I Patrick A Co., A. M 

! Rlggs, Z.J 

Salem Brewery Assoc!- 

i ation 

' Simpson. J. A. 

Spencer Hardware Co. 

Steiner's Market.. 

Steusloff Bros 

Wade A Co., R. M _i 

WellerBros. _ | 

Wiggins, F. A 

Yokohama Tea Co. 

Hofer Bros 

Thompson A Co., S. W..| 

Salem Flouring Mills : 

Co — _ I 



Salary, trustee., 
do- 



Salary, teacher 

Laundry books, etc. 

Carpet, shades, etc.. 

Lumber 

Plumbing materials . 

Lumber 

Turkeys ._ 



Lighting and supplies . 

Butter 

Candies 

Groceries 

Glue, etc 

Horseshoeing 

Groceries 

Blank book 

Harness 

Leather findings _. 

Drygoods 

Boots - 



29887 
29888 
29889 
2989U 
29891 
29892 



200 bushels apples . 



Phone service- 
Stationery 

Gravel 

Drugs 



29894 
33108 
88104 



Ice 

Stall rent- 

Hardware 

Fish and eggs 

Meats 

Hardware, etc. 

Groceries 

Aprons.— 

Crockery 

Advertising 

Repairing clocks 



20bbls. flour . 



Total amount expended. 



62 50 
02 50 
8106 
IS 00 
87 66 
000 
84 85 
41 25 
25 85 

1S7 19 

177 80 

495 

181 56 

1 43 

9 0O 

879 74 

23 90 

8 lO 

57 62 

46 82 

8 75 
25 00 

12 75 
11 75 
10 12 

9 80 

10 85 

900 

18 45 

78 18 

38106 

8 18 
18 40 

350 

9 11 
260 
400 

87 00 



$ 2,188 16 



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203 



STATEMENT VI — Exhibit No. 128. 

OREGON SCHOOL FOR DEAF MUTES. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officer ■*, instructors and employees, and for the 

maintenance and general and contingeot expenses of the 

Oregon School for Deaf Mutes.) 

Appropriation for two yearn, January 1, 1906, to December 
81, 1908, inclusive- - 9 37,500 00 

Amount expended: Warrants issued January 1. 1905, to Sep- 
tember 80, 1906, inclusive $ 33,085 45 

Certificates of evidence of allowance of claim issued Janu- 
ary 1, 1905, to September 30, 1900, Inclusive, and outstanding 619 07 34,304 52 

Balance available September 30, 1906 _ S 3,195 48 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



1906 1 




Jane 25 ; 


35226 


27 , 


35811 


27 1 


35822 


27 


35324 


27 1 


35825 


27 . 


35326 


27 1 


35327 


27 


35328 


27 


35333 


27 | 


35337 


27 


36388 


30 , 


35521 


30 


35539 


30 , 


35540 


30 1 


85544 


30 


35545 


301 


35546 


30 


35517 


30 


35548 


*>, 


35549 


30 


35550 


30, 


35551 


30 


85552 


so; 


85553 


30' 


85554 


30 


35555 


30, 


35556 


30i 


35557 


80 , 


85558 


30' 


35559 


30 ] 


35500 


30 


35561 


30 i 


35562 


30! 


355H8 


30 


35564 


30 ' 


35565 


30| 


35566 


30 , 


85567 


301 


85568 


80 


86569 


30 1 


35570 


80 ! 


85571 


30 j 


35572 


sol 


36573 



In whose favor. 



Tillingbast, E. S., Su- 
perintendent 

Stegsloff Bros 

Frazler A McLean 

Clarke, Thomas P 

Halse, George W 

McDonald, A. C 

Lance, Mary 

Wallace, Nan G.— 

Fry, Daniel J _. 

Stoltz Co., Gideon _ 

Savage, L. A 

Spencer Hardware Co.- . 

Pat ton Bros 

Woodard, Clark A Co.- 

Pohle A Bishop _ __. 

Anderegg, Walter 

Potee, John 

Meyers A Sons, Joseph. 

Salem Ice Co. 

Simpson, J. A 

Hammond, Ethel 

Schneider, W. F 

Lewis, H. S 

Lance, Mary 

Richardson, Mabel 

Wallace, Nan G 

Yokohama Tea Co. 



For what expended. 



Payroll of employes, May, 1906. 

Meats 

One span of horses 

Salary, superintendent 

Salary, teacher 

Salary, teacher 

Salary, domestic 

Salary, supervisor .__ 

Drugs, etc 

Pickles, Jellies 

Plowing and seeding land 

Hardware _ 

Stationery, books, etc _ 

Drugs, etc 

Repairs 

Salary, teamster 

do 

Dry goods 

Ice. 



Spaulding Logging Co. 



Stall rent 

Salary, teacher 

do._ 

Salary, nightwatch 

Salary, domestic and laundress.. 

do 

Salary, supervisor 

Crockery 



.W. 



Stage A Carnes. 

Stelner's Market. 

Thompson A Co., S. 

The Club Stables 

Blooer, B.__ „ 

Capital Lumbering Co. 

Cary, R.W 

Golden Belle Co 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Yannke.C. W _. 

Salem Oregon States- 
man _ 

Commercial Cream Co.. 

Will, Geo. C 

Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 

Glover A Patton 

Fuller A Douglas 



Lumber __ 

Furniture, etc 

Fish, etc 

Clocks, repairs, etc. 

Stall rent 

Potatoes 

Lumber 

175 pounds turkeys.. 

Candles, etc „. 

Hardware 

Stall rent— 



Advertisement for supplies 

Butter, etc 

Sewing machine, music supplies- 



Lighting 

Shoeing horses. 
Groceries 



1,019 92 

1,259 69 

440 00 

300 00 

167 14 

150 00 

60 00 

75 00 

36 50 
11 30 
83 20 

242 97 

37 25 
45 80 
11 00 
78 54 

16 46 
7 62 
9 15 

10 00 
115 71 
98 43 
58 23 
43 06 

10 97 
50 00 

30 31 

40 02 
160 05 

38 06 
750 

11 00 
21 29 

680 

31 23 
9 83 

13 96 
900 

12 40 
289 41 

17 00 

577 10 
25 50 
401 26 



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204 



Report qf Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 128— Omtfnued. 



1006 

June 30 

30 

SO 

80 



No. o/ 



85574 
85575 
85576 
&55T7 



80 85578 

30 85579 

a 80 85580 

July 2 85751 

3 35758 

8 ' 85778 

3 ' 85779 



36787 
85788 
35789 
85790 

35880 
35881 
85882 



35884 



85886 
85887 
85888 
35889 
35890 



85892 
858*8 
85894 
85895 
35053 
35959 
85900 
85977 
35978 
35979 
35980 
35981 
35997 
36002 
80110 
36111 
86112 
36113 
86114 
36115 
36118 
86117 
36118 
36119 
36120 
86121 
86122 
86123 

86124 
86125 
36126 
36127 
36161 
86168 



In whose favor. 



Ellis, Delia 

Chapman, Rosa B, 



36306 
86807 



Haggerty, May. 

Salem Flouring Mills 
Co _ 

Mastlck <fc Co., Cbas. L.. 

McDonald, A. C 

Weston, Minnie..- 

Tlllinghast. E. S., Su- 
perintendent 

Stelner's Market 

Hensley, August 

Salem Oregon States- 
man 

Salem Steam Laundry. 

Stoltz Co., Gideon 

Korinek, C. J 

Lamport Sadlery Co., 

Cla rkeiXot tie" K~." V.V." 

BJorquest, F. W 

Core, Lucretla .. 

Dobbins, E. A 

Hammond, Ethel 

Hesley, August ... 

Morris, M. M 

Robins, Winwood 

Todhunter, Agnes 

Clarke, Thos. P 

Stelner's Market 

National 8urety Co 

Fendlch, Geo 

Pat ton Bros 

Tlllson A Co 

Fuller & Douglas 

Pat ton Bros. __ 

Ederbardt, Ed 

Hooker, Louis E._ 

Morris, I 

Patton Bros 

Pohle & Bishop 

Salem Truck & Dray Co. 

Stolz Co . Gideon 

Commercial Cream Co. 

Salem Ice Co. 

Clarke, Thos. P., Supt. 

do 

_— do 

do 

I""™™ do """!""! 

Tilling hast, E.S.,8upt. 

do_ __. 

do 

do 

Sparks, Mrs. Etta 

Core, Lucretla 

Sparks, Mrs. Etta 

Washington Mattress 

<fc Furniture Co 

Stage & Carnes— 

Whitney, J. R 

Rodgers <fc Co., Geo. F.- 
Brown, Frank M 

Hughes Co., John 

Darr, J. _ 

Weller Bros 

Spaulding Logging Co. 

Patton Bros ... 

Salem Truck A Dray Co. 
Morris, O. I. 



Salary, domestic 

Salary, supervisor 

Salary, cook and laundress . 



80 bbls. flour 

Leather and findings 

salary, teacher 

Salary, cook 



Payroll of employes, June, 1906 

Fish, etc 

Salary, supervisor 



Publishing advertisements for bids 

Laundry work 

Pickles 

Veterinarian services 



Harness sundries- 
Salary, matron. 

Salary, teacher 

do 

do 

do 

do._ 

do 

Salary, engineer. .. 
Salary, laundress.. 



Cash advances for sundry claims. 

Fish, etc 

Premium on bond superintendent. 

Meats 

Stationery 

Chop, bran, etc. 

Groceries — 

Stationery 

50 cords wood — 

Prescription 

12} cords wood, 
stationery, etc. 

Repairs 

Cartage 

6 kens pickles.. 

Butter.. 

Ice 



Payroll of employes, July, 1905 

Payroll of employes, August, 1905. 
Payroll of rm pi oy^f^pt ember, 1905 
Payroll of employe*, October, 1905.. 
Payroll of em piny tfH,, November, 1905 
Payroll of ^mplny^H, December, 1905 
Payroll (if ui»n-l<>\ £s, January, 1908. 
Payroll of em\A* yfa, February, 1906 
Payroll of enipluyes, March, 19C6... 
Payroll of employ «e, April, 1906. ... 

Laundry work m 

Salary, teacher 

Laundry w^rk ^__, 



Pillows, etc 

Beds, etc... _. 

Printing blanks- 
Paper, etc. ._ 

Lumber.. 

Groceries 

Horseshoeing 

Groceries 



Lumber 

Stationery _. 

Cartage 

Wood. 



100 00 
125 00 
125 00 

318 00 
194 93 
145 00 
149 34 

818 01 
94 40 
90 00 

240 
21 80 

800 
10 00 



92 7b 


150 00 


185 00 


90 00 


141 43 


192 86 


135 00 


192 86 


150 00 


806 


50 48 


67 94 


500 


844 88 


89 68 


882 68 


654 07 


21 00 


180 00 


800 


81 85 


86 70 


80 00 


7 25 


660 


554 47 


54 60 


419 24 


447 76 


708 90 


1,097 80 


1,028 07 


1,035 85 


1,028 74 


998 86 


1,020 86 


1,026 05 


500 


60 00 


10 00 


17 86 


118 62 


7 17 


77 49 


86 20 


1,087 86 


600 


880 00 


554 


21 95 


I8 60 


191 26 



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Report of Secrrtary of State. 



205 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 128— Continued. 



86846 
38*47 
88348 
89)55 
86530 
36560 
30561 
86602 
86614 
86615 
46616 
86617 
86618 
86619 
86620 
86621 



86624 
86648 

86644 
86645 
86646 
86647 
36648 
86649 
86660 
86651 
86652 
86658 
86654 

86655 

86656 
86657 
86658 
86659 
86660 
86661 



24 



26 



GileACo.,H.S 

Johnson, HUlman 

Smith, Ada _. 

Citizens L. A T. Co 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Wade, Pearce A Co 

Stelner's Market 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 
Chamberlain, Geo. E._. 

Bjorquest, F. W 

Dobbins, E. A _. 

Haltz. G. W 

Morris, M M 

Clarke, Thos. P. — 

Clarke, Lottie K. 

Ellis, Delia 

Larame, Fannie — 

Potee, John — 

Robins, Win wood 

Baker, Lawrence A 

Baker ... 

Balfour, Guthrie A Co- 
Capital Commission Co. 

Citizens' L.4T. Co 

Clarke, Thos. P 

Commercial Cream Co._ 

Darr, J. A. 

Glover A Patton 

House Furnishing Co... 

Hughes Co., John 

Meyers A 8ons, Jos 

Mitchell, Lewis A 

Staver Co 

National Surety Co 

Nlnely, M. A._ _. 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Patton Bros 

Portland Heed Co 

Robins, Wlnwood 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F._. 

Salem Ice Co 

Salem Oregon Stat'sm'n 
Spencer Hardware Co- 

Sfeiner's Market 

Wade, Pearce A Co 

White A Son, D. A 

Wiggins. F. A 

Woodard. Clarke A Co.. 

Yannke, C.W _„ 

Miller, Jack 

Tilllnghast. E. S 

Fuller A Douglas _. 

Weller Bros ._.. 

Pacific States T. AT. Co. _ 
Western Union Tel. Co- 
Til 11 nghast. E. S 

Lewis, H 8— _-_ 

Smith, Ada 

Wade A Co.. R. M 

Morris, D 

Grimes, J. H 

McKay, G. A 

Portland Matress A Up- 
holstering Co 

Ran some A Son 

Salem Gun Store 

Buren A Hamilton 

Yannke, Chas. W 

Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 

Schneider. W. F 

Dunbar, F. I 



Prunes < $ 

Salary, cook _ 

Salary,. laundress 

Light and supplies ' 

Hardware , 

.— -do.. ' 

Fish, etc [ 

Hardware _ — I 

Salary, trustee _ ' 

Salary, teacher j. | 

do 

do 



-do- 



Salary, superintendent.. 

Salary, matron 

Salary, laundress — 

Salary, cook 

Talary, teamster 

Salary, engineer 



Groceries 

Flour 

Potatoes 

Lighting and power 

Cash advanced for repairs. 

Butter _ 

Hprse shoes 

Shoeing horses 

Shaden, felt, etc _ — 

Groceries 

Drygoods 



Hay rake, etc 

Premium on bond of supt. 

Cutting ensilage 

Phone service 

Stationery 

Plants __ 

Use of steam engine 

Stationery 

Ice_ 



1 cut 

Hardware 

Fish and eggs— 

Hardware 

Seed, feed, and plaster 

1 cultivator 

Drugs 

Stall rent 

Potatoes 

Cash advanced for sundry claims.. 

Groceries 

do - 

Phone service 

Telegraphic service 

Cash advanced for sundry claims.. 

Salary, teamster ; 

Salary, laundress | 

Hardware _ 

Wood I 

—do_ _..l 

—do 



Matresses 

Chickens- 

Basketball, etc. 

Carpets, furniture, etc.. 
Stall rent. 



"I 



Salary, teacher . 
Salary, trustee.. 



17 75 
7 10 

60 48 
292 95 

21 57 
870 

206 70 
56 88 
125 00 

114 84 
81 86 

100 29 

115 71 
800 00 
150 00 

22 50 
80 00 
90 00 

150 00 

80 64 
60 22 
20 48 
190 00 
745 
121 28 
10 00 
250 

10 10 
99 81 
28 64 

80 60 
500 
500 

24 45 

7 15 
744 
800 

19 69 

11 50 
1 00 

12 70 
108 86 

16 76 
80 75 

28 50 

18 55 
900 

15 41 
80 67 
99 21 
62 80 

89 40 

8 96 

29 85 

90 00 
38 87 

20 85 
67 75 

574 44 
184 06 

508 05 
529 
7 50 

172 40 
900 

196 50 
167 14 
125 00 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 128— Cbnttnued. 



, No °f 
tcarrant 



In Kho$t favor. 



1906 , 
July 25 I 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 
25 



I 



Far what expended. 



37015 
37041 
37042 
87013 
37044 
37045 
37016 
37047 
37082 
37063 
37064 
37182 

37138 
37154 
87160 
87185 



80 


87199 


80 


37205 


Aug. 6 


87283 


6 


37299 


8 


37399 


9 


37411 


9 


87456 


9 


37457 


9 


3745S 


9 


37459 


9 


37460 


9 


37461 


9 


87462 


11 


87544 


11 


87545 


17 


37571 


30 


37727 


Sept. 7 


37844 


11 


87897 


14 


37948 


14 


87949 


14 


37950 


14 


37951 


14 


37952 


14 


37953 


14 


37964 


14 


37955 


14 


37956 


Oct. 3 


38221 


5 


38366 


5 


38367 


5 


38368 


5 


38369 


5 


38370 


5 


38371 


6 


38372 


5 


38373 


5 


38374 


."> 


38375 


» 


38376 


5 


38377 


5 


38378 


5 


38879 


5 


38380 


5 


38381 


5 


38382 


5 


88383 


o 


38384 


5 


38385 


5 


38386 



do | 

Robins, Win wood 

Anfranc, J. T „___' 

Glover & Melson , 

Glover* Patton... | 

Rogers A Co., Dr. E. F._- 
Mastick & Co., Chas. L..I 

Pohle A Bishop. _._| 

Dayton Hardware Co...i 

Clarke. Thos. P —J 

Meyers A Sons, Joseph. 
North west School Fur- ' 

niture Co. ... , 

olds, Wortman A King 
Loe wenberg A Going Co., 
Mile* A Piper Co., Z. C 
Bakcr, Lawrence A I 
Baker _ _ • 

Ballou r,Gu"th i-lei Co" ; 
Alber Bros. Milling Co.. 

Tolman, Mable _| 

Tillinghast, E.S.,Supt._ 

Morris, G. I , 

Robnett, J. H | 

Baker & Mason : 

Crow, S. M j 

Ederhardt, Ed I 

Etter, Mrs. R ; 

Fend rich, Geo. , 

Fuller A Douglas 

Lowenberg A Going Co. 

Riggs. Zadoc J 

Capital Drug Store I. 

Sleiger, F. W ■' 

White A Sou, D. A... 

Clarke, Thos. P 

Tillinghast, E. 8., Supt_ 

Baragar, I 

Imper, Jos 

Morris, G. L..._ __. 

Pehrson, Mrs. P. M j 

Wltzel, R. O ! 

Literary Digest 

Morris, R. M 

Pruett, E. A 

Welch, M .__.; 

Tillinghast. E.S.,Supt._ 

Aseherman, Wm 

A pplegate Chemical Co. 

Baragar, I.._ 

BurenA Hamilton 

Burghardt Co., The 

W.lL ..._ 

Portland General Elec- 
tric Co 

Cross, E. C.._ _ 

Fuller & Douglas.. 

Hewitt, E.J 

Lloyd, C. P 

Meier, Kasper 

Morris, Geo. L 

Patton Bros _ 

Pohle A Bishop 

Rodgers Paper Co 

Salem Ice Co 

Salem Truck A Dray Co.. 

Steusloff Bros 

Stolts Co., Gideon... 

Tillinghast, E. S 

Tlllson A Co 



Cash advanced for freight 

Use of engine 

Apples 

Horseshoes _. 

do 

Stock medicine 

Leather, etc.- 

Repairs 

Tools _ 

Cash advanced for sundry claims. 
Dry goods... _ 



Hyl opiate, etc 

Shades, cloth, etc.. 
Stove. 

Steam roaster, etc.. 



Groceries 

Flour and grain 

Rolled oats, etc 

Turkeys 

Pay roll of employes, July, 1906.— 

Wood ._ 

Medical services 

Potatoes 

Berries 

Wood 

Berries 

Meats _ 

Groceries _ 

Boiler castings, etc 

Drugs 

-do... _ 

Cherries _ 

Seeds and plants 

Cash advanced for sundry clalms. 
Pay roll of employes, August, 1906. 
Wood 

do. 

do. 



_do 

—do 

Subsoil ption 

Threshing grain 

Baling hay and straw... 

Blackberries ~_ 

Pay roll of employes, Sept. 1906- 

Wood 

Package Indelible ink 

Wood 

Carpets, furniture, etc 

Stationery 



Lighting .. 

Meats 

Groceries. 
Wood 
Cherries ._ 
Wood .... 
do. 



Stationery . 

Repairs 

Paper. 

Ice. 



Cartage 

Meats ._ 

Vinegar ._ 

Cash advanced for sundry claims. 
Feed 



500 
5 00 
16 50 

7 50 
14 50 

200 

11 92 

8 50 

16 75 
48 14 
48 39 

40 40 
178 27 

750 
156 15 

41 34 
276 68 

12 15 

5 67 
809 66 
111 82 

89 00 

7 70 
12 00 

867 

10 83 

259 86 

59 75 

12 45 

21 65 
10 10 

42 75 
4 08 

76 35 
296 10 

59 12 
366 24 
222 75 
276 37 
127 50 
4 50 

32 22 

53 00 

6 50 
, 673 00 

196 50 

1 50 

83 19 

40 10 

29 80 

185 00 
56 11 

24 55 
156 50 

25 86 
214 25 
103 87 

24 28 

43 10 

17 10 
10 00 

300 
88 74 

8 71 
36 42 

22 90 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. Y2»^ Concluded. 



Date, 

vm~ , 

Oct. 5 
5 
15 j 



No. of 



In who— favor. 



Western Union Tel. Co.. Telegraphic services . 
Yokohama Tea Co \ Crockery 



I Ederdardt, E | Wood 



Total amount expended _ % 83,685 46 



1906 
April 4 
18 
Jaly 7 

Oct 10 
Nov. 9 

1906 

Jan. 12 

12 

12 

Feb. 9 

April 6 



14 42 
20 50 
146 00 



268 
488 
723 
780 
1184 
1850 

1567 
1686 
1615 
1657 
1796 



Robnett, J. H. j Salary, physician $ 

Meier A Frank Co. j Dry goods, etc. 

Simpson, J. A Stall rent 

Yokohama Tea Co ■ Crockery— 

Meier & Frank Co | Dry goods _ _ 

Ascherman, Wm 62 /, cords wood 



_do- 



2} cords wood— 



Korineck. C. J. Veterinarian services— 

Wlnans, w. R I Sunday school supplies- 
Edwards. Thos 1 42 bushels cheat 

Spencer Hardware Co._| Hardware 



80 00 

176 57 

900 

11 06 

86 74 

235 12 

10 31 
600 

11 48 
15 96 
26 84 



Total amount of ' 
standing 



certificates of evidence of allowance of claim " outr i 



019 07 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 129. 

( For the payment of the expense* of the general repair* and improvements at the Oregon 

School for Deaf Mutes.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 31, 1906 $ 3,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 8,222 40 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 877 60 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



So. of 



In who** favor. 



I 



For what expended. 



TWW™ 

June 80 

80 

30 

Jaly 8 

7 



9 

9 

12 

14 

14 

17 
17 
24 
27 
25 
Sept. 14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



85581 I 

85582 1 



85996 
36128 
86129 
86162 



86603 

86504 



36954 
87153 
83999 
87957 
8795S 
87959 
87960 
87061 



Lenon, Frank 

Capital I m proven]' t Co. 

Morely, Walter 

do 

Bernard! A Dunsford... 

Petzel, M. J 

Gray, Charles A. 

Hughes Co., John 

Petzel, M. J. _. 

McDonald, A. C. 

Spauldlng Logging Co., 

The Charles K 

Stelnerdk Berger 

Spencer Hardware Co.— 

Slelner & Berger 

Lowenberg & Going Co. 

Arthur & Co., J. M _ 

Dllley, Cyrus N, 

Hesley, Augustus 

Lenon, Frank 

McDonald, A. C 

Petzel, M. J 



Brick work __ \ $ 

Sand, gravel, and plaster 

Wire fencing and posts.— 

Shingles ana fence posts __ 

Plumbing materials _ 

Build 1 ng cottage <fe repairs to barn— 

Paints, etc , 

Plumbing materials 

Carpenter work _., 

Lumber — 

Stovepipe, etc I 

Launday machinery | 

Plumbing materials ' 

Castings 

Pulleys and shaftings I 

Painting, etc — i 

Mason work _ , 

Salary, carpenter 

Plumbing materials __ 



20 00 

7 50 
66 00 
27 80 

578 18 

164 06 

1,125 00 

504 45 

8 20 
50 00 

9 47 
605 

410 00 

49 14 
4 20 

18 60 
18 00 
29 84 
650 

50 00 
69 96 



Total amount expended | $ 3,222 40 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 130 • 
state agricultural college. 

( Jrbr the payment of the salaries of the officer* and employee; and for the maintemance and 

general and contingent expense* of conducting the experiment station of 

the State Agricultural College at Union. Oregon.) 



Appropriation for two years, January l, 1005 to December Si, 1906 

Amount expended, October 1, 1904, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 



$ 15,000 00 
7H6 75 

Balauce unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 14/233 25. 

[Chapter '229, Laws 1905.] 



No. of 



1906 




Oct. 10 i 


38687 


10 1 


38688 


10, 


88689 


io : 


38690 


10 


38691 


10 


88692 


10 


38603 


15 


88K76 


15 . 


88877 


15! 


38878 


15' 


88879 


15 1 


38880 


15 : 


38881 


15 


88882 


19 ! 


38908 



In who** favor. 



Correy, S. D 

Foster-Brown Co 

Grande Ronde Elec. Co. 

Graham, Wm — 

Levy, Leon__I 

Minnich J. W ... 

Paclttc States T. A T. Co. 

Bledftoe, R. E 

Ftcklin, N. F „ 

.Fleser, Russell 

Paddock, A. G _J 

Shaw. Stanley _., 

shoemaker, Merrill i 

Wlthyoombe, Robert. ._ 
Butterfleld, W.B 



For what expended. 



Hay rack and twine | $ 34 00 

Cloth, carpet, etc • 12 50 

Wiring buildings | 41 65 

Blacksmith work 21 65 

Dustlne, etc I 12 75 

Threshing grain I 62 80 

Phone service 6 00 

Teamster , 156 00 

Labor and team hire 3 00 

Labor ; 43 00 

do _ 1J 00 

do... 28 50 

do._ 17 50 

Services and expenses, snpt 816 00 

Weigh! ng 26 loads of bay — 6 50 



Total amount expended. 



f 7<J6 75 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 131. 

STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE. 

{For the payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing a new dormi- 

mitory and a drill shed, and for the general rejtairs, improvements, etc., at the 

State Agricultural College at Cbrvallis.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 65.000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 __ $ 65,000 00 

[Chapter 229,'Laws 1906.] 



Date. 



No. of 
warrant. 



In who** favor. 



For what expended. 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 132. 

UNIVERSITY OP OREGON. 

(fhr the payment of the expense* of constructing or purchase and furnishing a girls* dor- 
mitory or club house for the University of Oregon, to be expended by and under 
the direction of the Board of Regents of the University.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 5,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1908, Inclusive ., 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 5,000 00 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



I No. of 



In vhot* faxor. \ For what expended. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 133. 

UNIVERSITY OP OREGON. 

{For the payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing a new building 

for library and class purposes for the University of Oregon, to be expended by 

and under the direction of the Board of Regents of the University,) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 25,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 556 69 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 24,443 31 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 

Ko °f.. In whoto favor. For «oAa4 expended. I Amount. 



1606 



1WW ■ | | I 

Kepi. 26 88061 . Henslll, Y. D _ 1st payment account of architect's ' 



SEC'Y— pt. II. 14 



fees j $ 556 69 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 134. 

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 

(Support and maintenance for the year 1906.) 

Appropriation, January 1 to December 81, 1005, Inclusive ft 47,500 00 

Amount expended, January 1 to September 80, 1906, inclusive 47,490 86 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 64 

[Section 8529, Code.] 




April 



80412 
86413 
80414 

80415 
80416 
30679 
80680 
80681 



80684 
, 30685 

80686 
' 80687 
I 80688 



80690 

1 30691 

, 80692 

i 80698 

< 80694 

I 30695 

I 80696 

I 80697 

> 80698 

1 80699 

80700 

80701 

80702 

3070* 

80704 

80705 

30706 

1 80707 

30708 

I 80709 

. 30710 

1 30711 

| 80712 

1 80713 

30714 

' 80715 

30716 

' 30717 

30718 

30719 

30720 

i 30721 

30722 

30723 

30724 

, 80725 

1 30726 

30727 

30728 

30729 

30751 

30755 

, 30756 

30757 

30758 



Bautch A Lomb Optical i 



Co. 

Leonard A Ellis 

Long, 8. L. 

Northwest School Fur- 
niture Co 

Portland Seed Co 

Standard Oil Co 

Campbell, P. L 

Adams, Percy P. 

Boynton.W. P 

Bovard, J. F 

Burden, C. A— 

Carson, Luella Clay 

Condon, Thomas 

Converse, 0. W.. 



A p pa rat n 8 

One barrel of oil 

Plumbing and materials.. 



Chairs 

Chemicals 

Gasoline 

Salary, president... 
Salary, instructor.. 
do 



- do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



Cleaver, Virginia __< do 

Dearborn, R. H. | do 

DeCou, E. K 1 do *_. 

Frazer, F. D i do 

Hawthorne, B. J. | do 

Jackson, A. W | do 

McAllister, E. H ; do . 

Moulton, H. G i - do 

Roe, Ida Bel ' do 

Schufer, Joseph 1 do 

i Schmldl, F. G. G I do 

I Sheldon, H. D i do 

I Slater, Bertha E | do 

| Stafford, O. F I do 

Straub, John |__ do 

I Sweetser, Albert R do 

I Thurston. Svbyl I do 

I Whittlesy. W.L do 

, Veazie, W. R I do 

Young, F. G do 



Gamber, J. A. I Salary, registrar, etc. 

1 Johnson, L. H. • Salary, steward 

I Leach, Camilla 1 Salary, librarian 

I Walton, J. J Salary, secretary of regents 

j Williams, Etha L ' Salary, dormitory matron 

Ghormley, J. C Salary.Janitor 

i McAllster, A. C. >_ —do 

I MeArthur, J. W do 

i Mlnturn, S. W _._ do 

1 Poill, J. J do 

I Simmons, E. J i do _. 

I Stockton, Holt ' Salary, repairman 

I Barber, w. H Salary, asHistant engineer 

Hammitt, J. M..._ do 

I Stewart, W.J. , do _ 

I Gantenbeln, (J. U._ Salary, dean of law department... 

1 Joseph!, s. E._ Salary, dean of medical dept 

I Kincald. H. R Rental of athletic field 

1 Midgley A Chambers.. J Water rent 

, Booth-Kelly LumberOo. Lumber 

1 Gordon, H ' Window shades 

, Shipman & Sons, Asa L. Book binders 

1 Standard Oil Co.- i Gasoline : 

Dunn, F. S „J Salary, instructor 

Friedel, Charles do 

Glen, I. M , do 

Howe, H. C. do 

• Hyde, James M . do 



29 82 
44 63 
20 80 



29 75 

28 60 
750 00 
225 00 
850 00 
150 00 
275 00 
600 00 
875 00 
225 00 

75 00 
300 00 
400 00 
250 00 
500 00 

50 00 
500 00 

50 00 
225 00 
850 00 
500 00 
350 00 
200 00 
850 00 
500 00 
850 00 
150 00 
175 00 
150 00 
600 00 
225 00 
450 00 
180 00 

62 50 
150 00 

12 00 

39 00 
36 00 

150 00 
165 00 
135 00 
180 00 

60 00 
100 00 

60 00 
150 00 
250 00 

75 00 

15 00 

40 00 
9 50 

13 20 

51 74 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
850 00 
800 00 



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8TATJSMEXT VI— Exhibit No. 131— Continued. 



w ar rw nt. ' 



In tekost fmvor. 



July 



1806 r 
April 5 
IS' 
13 
18 
13 
May 15 
15 
15 
lft : 
15' 

15' 
Jane 19 . 
19 
19 
19 i 
10 ' 
19! 
19 
3 ! 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 i 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

3 1 

3 

3 



18 
18 
IK 
18 
18 

18 
IK 
18 



90759 
309-29 
8093U 

80U.il 
30032 
31127 
31128 
31129 
31130 
31131 

31182 
81010 
31611 
31612 
31613 
3I6U 
31615 
31616 
31819 






81821 
31822 
31823 
81821 
31825 
31826 
31827 
31828 
31829 
31830 
31831 
31832 
81833 
81834 
31835 
81836 
31837 
31838* 
31839 
31840 
81841 
31842 
31843 
31844 
31845 
31846 
31847 
31848 
81849 
31850 
31851 
31852 
31853 
31854 
31855 
31856 
31857 
31858 



Watson, R. W ; Salary. Janitor 

Bovard, John F. Lantern slides 

Long, S. L , Plum bin* materials 

McCulloch. R Labor and team hire 

Winfrey, T. 8 | do 

Anderson. Matt Labor 

Chambers <fc Bro., F. L,..\ Lead, valves, etc. 

Oarlock Packing Co Hot water valves 

Griffin Hardware Co.— Hardware 

Kllham Stationery <fc ] 

Printing Co 8 tend 1 paper 

Leonard A Ellis i Magnetenglne 

Anderson. Matt ' Labor 

Bellman, Lloyd E -—do 

Jackson, O. G do 

Kerns, Leroy —do 

Stevenson, Donald M do 

Croner, C. F — do _ 

Portland Gen. Elec. Co. Electrical supplies . 

Campbell. P. L Salary, president 

Adams, Percy P. Salary, instructor.. 

Boynton, W. P do 

Bovard, John F. do 

Burden, C. A { do 

Cleaver. Virginia do 

Condon, Thomas do 

Converse, C. W | do 

DeCue, E. E do 

Frazer, F. D do 

Glen, I. M do 

Hawthorne, B. J do 

Hyde, J. M ' do 

Jackson, A. W . do 

McAlister, E. H ' do 

Moulton, H. G do 

Roe, Ida Bel do 

Schafer, Joseph do 

Sheldon, H. D do 

Stafford, O. F do 

Sweetser, A. R __■ do.. 



.i$ 



31934 
31985 
32251 
32252 
32253 
32254 
32255 

32256 
82257 
32258 



Thurston, Sibyl do 

Whittlesy, W. L do 

Veazie, W. R do 

Jose phi, S. E Salary, dean of medical dept. — 

Gantenbein, C. U Salary, dean of law department- 
Johnson, L. H. Salary, steward 

Gam be r, J. A Salary, registrar, etc. 

Williams, Eva L Salary, dormitory matron 

Stockton, Holt — Salary, repairman _. 

Barber, \V. H Salary, assistant engineer 

Stewart, Walter J do._ 

McAlister, Arthur C.—. Salary. Janitor 

Mc Arthur. J. W do 

Mlnturn. S. W do 

Poill, J. J do__ 

Simmons, E. J. do- 

Watson. Ralph W — do 

Kincaid, H. R Rental of athletic field- 

Mldglev & Chambers— Water rent 

Howe,H. C Salary, Instructor 

Straub, John do 

Walton, J. J Salary, secretary of regents 

Dearborn, R. H Salary, instructor — 

Shirk, H. K Repair work. _. 

Winfrey, T. S Sand 

Berger<& Sons, C. L Surveying Instruments 

Booth, Kelly Lumber 

Co. Lumber 

Dorris ArtOo Negatives 

Eaton <fc Wlnstanley..- Frames, etc 

Honey man Hardware 

Co.._ - Locks - 



24 00 

41 40 

21 16 

14 60 
935 

42 00 

44 07 
840 

22 70 

10 50 

26 00 

30 62 

12 30 

4 75 

10 25 

900 

122 50 

22 82 

750 00 

225 00 

850 00 

160 00 

275 00 

75 00 

875 00 

225 00 

400 00 

250 00 

500 00 

500 00 

800 00 

50 00 

500 00 

50 00 
225 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
350 00 
150 00 
175 00 
150 00 
250 00 
160 00 
450 00 
?25 00 
150 00 
180 00 

45 33 
45 33 
37 50 
26 00 

150 00 
165 00 
135 00 
26 80 
75 00 

15 00 
350 00 
500 00 

62 50 
300 00 

J2 0O 

4 50 

768 »5 

Ifi 33 
110 5K 

51 15 

4 20 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 184-Omc/uckd. 



No. of 



la who— favor. 



For what expended. 



July 18 ! 
18 
IK 

18 ; 

31 , 

31 
20 
20 

Jl 

4 

J' 

4 

J! 

17 i 
8 I 
2 



Sept. 
Oct. 



Nov 
Dec. 

190ft 
Jan. 8 



32250 
32200 
32261 
32262 
32321 
32822 
32830 
32837 
32992 
3*993 
32994 



32996 
32997 
32998 
32999 
33318 
33464 
33657 



' Olds, Wort man A KingJ 

Standard Oil Co 

! Tull A Gibbs 

I Leach, Camilla 

i Mldgley, George 

, Preston A Hales 

Booth-Kelly Lum.Co— 
, Standard Oil Co , 

Johnson, L. H.. steward 

i do 

,— do , 

Condon, Thomas 

. Gantenbeln, C U 

i Josephl,S. E. .. I 

I Kincald, H. R J 

i Mldgley A Chambers... 

American Paving Co.__ 
I Johnson, L. H. t fete ward 
do. — 1 



Rugs, curtains, etc 

Oils 

Chairs, etc 

Salary, librarian 

Hardware, etc 

Paint brushes, etc _. 

440 cords slab wood 

Fuel oil _-. 

Payroll, officers and employes, July 
Pay roll, officers and employes, Aug. 
Pay roll, officers and employes, Sept. 

Ren tal of cabl net— _ 

Salary, dean of law department 

Salary, dean of medical dept. 

Rental of athletic field 

Water rent 

312 square yards cement walk 

Payroll, officers and employes, Oct.. 
Pay roll, officers and employes, Nov. 



34124 ! ..do Payroll, officers and employes, ' 

, Dec., 1905 -| 



Total amount expended. 



72 80- 

20 54 

32 75 

180 00 

51 W 

27 75 

990 00 

20 4.4 

4,150 05 

4,123 05 

4,203 02 

125 00 

150 00 

250 00 

75 00 

15 00 

2»5 JO 

2,307 00 

8,280 40 

1,506 0f> 
I S 47,499 3* 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 
( Support and maintenance for the year 1906.) 



135. 



Appropriation, January 1 to December 81, 1900, Inclusive $ 47,500 00 

Amount expended, January 1 to September 30, 1906, inclusive 46,808 90 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 . $ 691 70 

[Section 3529, Code.] 



No. of 



1906 


~ 


Feb. 2 


84822 


15 


34387 , 


15 


84890 


19 


84896 


19 


84397 


Mar. 2 


84438 


19 


34514 


22 


34528 


24 


84541 


April 1 


84557 


4 


34083 


4 


84684 


4 


34085 


9 


84714 


9 


34715 


12 


34885 


12 


31880 


May 7 


849*9 


7 


34990 


/ 


34991 


15 


85091 


28 


35130 


28 


85137 


June 6 


35150 . 


July 8 


35753 1 



In whose favor. 



Johnson, L. H., steward 
Chambers A Bro., F. L. 

Long, S. L.._ _ 

Kilham Stationery & 

Printing Co i 

Standard Oil Co 

Johnson, L. H., steward 
Booth-Kelly Lum. Co.—i 

Standard Oil Co | 

Portland Gen. Elec. Co.. 

Spencer Lens Co. 

Johnson, L. H., steward; 
Mldgley A Chambers. .. 

KIncaid, H. R 

Condon, Thomas 

Josephi,S. E 

Chambers A Bro.. F. L._ 

Gantenbeln, C. U 

Johnson, L. H., steward 

Long, S. L. 

Standard Oil Co 

Chambers & Bro., F. L.- 
American Paving Co.— 
Kilham Stationery A \ 

Printing Co. 

Johnson, L. H., steward 



For what oxpondod. 



-do- 



Pay roll, officers and employes, Jan. $ 4,100 05 

Hardware 39 43 

Materials for gymnasium 91 00 

Stationery 28 68 

4 bbls. gasoline i 44 51 

Payroll.offlcers and employes, Feb. 1 4,125 35 

Lumber _. 43 K5 

1 case floor dressing 5 *J0 

Electrical sundries 52 9T> 

Oil immersion objectives 96 31 

Payroll, officers and employes, Mar. 4,101 HP- 
Water rent 15 00 

Rental of athletic field 75 00 

Rental of cabinet 125 no 

Salary, dean of medical dep't 250 00 

Hardware, paints, etc 20 77 

Salary, dean oflaw department 150 00 

Payroll, officers and employes, Apr. 4,140 21 

Plumbing and materials , 44 42 

4 bbls. gasoline 53 00 

Hardware 30 03 

Cement, labor, etc. , 83 40 

Loose leaf books, etc 30 30 

Pay roll, officers and employes, May. 4,157 57 

Payroll,offlcers and employes, June; 4,205 43. 



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213 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 135- Concluded. 



So. of 



In whose fmvor. 



For what expended. 



1906 

July 11 



Aug. 



Oct. 



30261 
36202 



3ept. 



37608 
37609 
37010 
37611 
37012 
37013 
37014 
37015 
37610 

87017 
37018 
37019 



r Condon, Thomas i 

Gautenbein.C. V i 

Josephi, S. E 

Kineaid, H. R 

I Midgley <& Chambers ' 

, Berger <& Sons, C. L . 

Oregon Teachers' i 

Monthly... 

Western Union Tel. Co. 
Weston Elec. Inst'tCo.-j 
ChamberK & Bro. t F. L._ 

Long, S. L i 

! The Macey Co , 

I Wells, Fargo & Co. Ex.., 
Willamette Valley Co.-, 
Johnson, L. H., steward! 
Anderson & Dun i way | 

Co. _ i 

Booth-Kelly Lum. Co- 
Campbell, P. L . 

Crane Co.— 

Eugene Lumber Co 

Eugene Transfer Co 

Griffin Hardware Co 

Gross Bros. 

Johnson, L. H 

Kllham Stationery & i 

Printing Co._._ I 

I Martin & Cook ' 

I Paclffic States T.&T.Co.j 
, Quakenbush A Sons., 
I j \y ' 

I Vaivoifn761lCo~-"--l 
Johnson. L. H., steward 

l Berger, F. J - 

i Aya <fc Heitzman.-.i.- 
i Booth-Kelly Lum. Co, 

. Buffalo Forge Co 

I Campbell, P. L.._ 

do J. 

i Central Scientific Co.— I 
! Chambers & Bro., F. L.J 

1 Crane Co... j 

J Fairbanks-Morse Co i 

. Friendly, S. H ■ 

General Electric Co ' 

I Gordon, H._ ' 

i Standard Oil Co I 

Crane Co i 

Dearborn. R. H 

Kllham Stationery A 

Printing Co \ 

Mummey, E. R i 

Otten, Geo i 

Pacific Metal Works 

Shafer, Joseph 

Crane Co ' 

do._ i. 

Oliver Machinery Co 

Preston & Hales ! 

The American Paving | 

Co __ 

TheH. W. Wilson Co.. J 
Johnson, L. H.,8teward| 

Condon, Thos ■ 

Kincaid, H. R i 

Gan ten beln, C. U __. 

Josephl.S. E I 

Chambers Power Co 

Publishers' Weekly. I 



Rent of cabinet 

Salary, dean of law department 

Salary, dean of medical dep't 

Rental of athletic field 

Water rent 

Repairing transit 



I page advertisement 

Telegraphic service 

Electrical instruments 

Hardware, etc. 

Water tank _ 

Blank card index 

Ex Dressage 

Lighting | 

Payroll, officers and employes, July i 

1 cut and map I 

Lumber 

Expenses of president-— | 

Pipe, plumbing materials, etc. 1 

Lumber __ I 

Freights and cartage ] 

Hardware, etc 

Grate bars 

Expenses to Portland | 



Stationery 

Brick... 

Phone service. 



Hardware 

2 bbls. lubricating oil-. l 

Payroll, officers and employes, Aug, 

Hardware, tools, etc. 

Brass floor drains. 

Lumber 

Draft forges 

Expenses of president 

Electrical apparatus 

Hardware 

Plumbing mterials 

Scale _ 

Cloth 

3 electric meters 

Rubber and matting 

1 bbl. floor dressing 

PI u m bl ng ma terlals 

22 lbs. grass seed 



Stationery 

82 ft. sewer pipe 

Services, landscape archltect. 

1 box tin 

Books for library 

Plumbing material 

do 

1 scroll saw 

Paints, oils, brushes, etc. 



Constructing cement walk ^_ 

Books I 

Payroll, officers and employes,Sept.| 

Rent of cabinet 

Rent of athletic field ' 

Salary, dean of law department | 

Salary, dean of medical dept > 

Water.. I 

Publishers' trade list annual, 1900. J 



[mount. 


125 00 


150 00 


250 00 


75 00 


15 00 


88 00 


10 00 


7 14 


161 25 


SI 39 


18 00 


39 72 


700 


30 80 


4,833 19 


48 50 


57 18 


21 00 


212 10 


7 01 


33 50 


12 65 


64 90 


12 50 


25 85 


800 


45 


13 90 


09 95 


5,065 92 


230 76 


19 35 


96 96 


112 00 


3 85 


23 25 


17 20 


45 40 


219 70 


22 50 


604 


82 50 


185 22 


23 88 


77 80 


4 84 


7 '25 


51 75 


60 00 


J7 75 


76 00 


487 31 


26 91 


74 75 


271 69 


507 72 


10 81 


5,658 50 


125 00 


75 00 


150 00 


250 00 


15 00 


3 42 



Total amount expended $ 46,808 30 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 136. 

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 

(F\>r the payment of the expenses incurred in the support and maintenance of the University 
of Oregon, and the contingent expenses thereof, and for making needed repairs and 
improvements in and on the buildings and grounds, including the water and 
power plant; for the purchase of additional apparatus and equip- 
ment and books for the library, and for an educational exhibit 
at the Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition, to be 
expended by and under the direction of the 
Board of Regents of the University.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 32,500 00' 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September «0, 1906, Inclusive 5,080 11 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 _ $ 26,819 89 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 

~ 1906 "I 
July 11 | 
11 I 
H < 
U I 
11 
11 ' 

11 I 
11 
11 ' 

11 
" 

6 I 



6! 

6 
6 
6 
6 



So. of I 
warrant. 



In whose favor. 



For what expanded. 



Oct. 



86245 
36246 
86247 
86248 
86249 
86250 
36251 
86252 
86258 
86254 
86255 
88481 
88482 



88434 
88485 
88446 
38437 






88488 


6l 


88489 


6 I 


88440 


6 


38441 


6 


88442 


6 I 


88448 


6 ' 


38444 


15 


38863 


15, 


88864 


16 1 


38865 


15 


88866 


15 


38867 


15 


38868 


15 


38869 


15 


38870 


15 


38871 


15 


88X72 


15 


38873 


15 


88874 


15 


38875 


Total amo 



Campbell, P. L ' 

Johnson, L. H 

Carson.Luella Clay 

Dunn, F.S 

Friedel, Chas _.j. 

Olenn, Irving M 

Hawthorne, B. J 

McAliater, E. H 

Schmidt, F. G. G . 

Straub, John 

Young, F. G 

Alexander, W. H 

Blake, McFall Co 

Booth -Kelly Lumber 

Co 

Chicago Steel Tape Co.., 

Crane Co 

Gordon, H. I 

K 11 ham Stationery & 

Printing Co.. i 

Long, A.G._ _. 

MacMlllan Co., The ' 

McClurg & Co., A. C 

Oregon A Washington , 

Sewer Pipe Co I 

Pacific Electric Co 

Portland Seed Co 

Day, Simon , 

Chambers <fe Bro„ F. L. ! 

Chesman «fc Son 

Crane Co 

Eugene Lumber Co 

Eugene Planing Mills 

Co __. 

Friendly, 8. H 

Goodyear Rubber Co.-- 

Gordon, H. 

Grlffln Hardware Co : 

Gross Bros 

Midgley, George __ 

Sehwarz*child, E 

Slmonds Mfg. Co , 



Bal. account of salary, president... 

Bal. account of salary, steward i 

Bal. account of salary, instructor.! 
do , 

dO ._ ; 

: .do ■ 

_ -do < 

do | 

do 

.- do .__ 

do 

Lumber, labor, etc. 

6 reams paper ( 

Lumber. ' 

Steel tapes, etc j 

Plumbing materials 

Rugs, carpet paper, etc. 



Stationery, etc. 

• ire ex ti nguishers- 
Books for library-- 
do ___ 



Sewer pipe and drain tile- 
Lamps, ruse blocks, etc... 

115 lbs. clover seed— 

1 iron harrow 

Tools, hardware, etc 

Soap, brooms, etc 

Plumbing materials 

Lumber — 



One locker cabinet 

Toweling, duck, etc — 

2 pairs rubber gloves.— 

Rugs, carpet sweeper, etc.— 

Wood truck, Are extinguishers, etc. 

Castings, etc 

Lumber, glass, etc 

Books for library 

One saw _ _ 



$ 468 50* 


27S 10 


809 00 


309 00- 


309 00 


309 00- 


309 00 


309 00 


309 00* 


309 00 


309 00 


474 58- 


8 1ft 


16 27 


42 SO 


39 57 


62 75- 


11 95 


85 SO 


73 65 


50 42 


335 SO 


20 HI 


25 50 


10 00 


21. '» 41 


4 35 


146 12 


17 10 


3T» 00 


1> 97 


3 35 


59 25 


147 40 


75 25 


155 96- 


7 24 


4 85 



Total amount expended $ o.two 11 



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215 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No, 13"! 



UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. 



{For the purpose of purchasing and housing the necessary machines, appliances, and appa- 
ratus/or testing station or laboratory at the University of Oregon, for testing 
the strength of the lumber, timber, stone, rock, and other 
building materials of the State.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 46, Laws 1905 % 5,000 00 



lapl 



Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 4,997 17 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 % 

[Chapter 46, Laws 1905.] 



2 83 



No. of 



,t.\ 



In whott favor. 



1906" 
Jan. 19 

19 
19 
19 

July 18 
31 
31 

Sept. 11 

Oct 17 
Nov. 9 
9 
24 
24 
24 
24 
Dec. 9 
9 
9 
9 



9 
9 
1906 
Jan. 5 



15 
15 

15 j 
15 

15 

15 I 
Mar. 19 I 
April 1 J 

12 



Feb. 



May 



12 j 
12 | 

7 
15 

28 
«ept. 14 
Oct. 15 



31624 Brown A Zortman Ma- I 
I chineryCo. 

31625 I Portland Machinery Co. 

31626 Southern Pacific Co.. 

81627 do 

32250 Fairbanks Co., The 

32825 Southern Pacific Co 

32326 Olsen A Co., Tinius 

32719 I Oregon Railroad A Nav. 

! Co 

38341 I Crocker-Wheeler Co.— 
83506 American Paving Co.— 

33506 I Eugene Lumber Co 

38602 I Doyle, C. R 

38808 I Fisher, 8 

88604 Germond, M. B .. 

33606 Southern Pacific Co i 

88724 Andrews, W. B , 

33725 Alexander, W. H , 

83726 I Booth-Kelly Lum. Co.— 

88727 ! Gross Bros. , 

33728 | Kernutt, E. A , 

83729 I Lane County Elec. Co.._ 

33730 Long. S. L 

88731 Mldgley, George , 

83980 j Berger, F. J 

33981 I Germond. M. B. 

33982 [ Reld. P. W 

34142 ' Booth-Kelly Lum. Co._. 

34143 ' Chambers A Bro.. F. L._; 

84144 i Griffin Hardware Co 

84145 Henderson, L. A 

34146 i Lewis, D. L —J 

34388 Gross Bros.- j 

84389 Lane County Elec. Co.—; 

34510 ' Johnson, L. H — , 

34558 i Olsen & Co., Tinius 

34887 i Chambers & Bro., F. L._ 

34888 , Gordon, H _ 

848S9 Griffin Hardware Co.— 

34992 Johnson, L. H 

.35092 Griffin Hardware Co... .. 

35188 , Mann & Co. _ 

37965 . Griffin Hardware Co — | 
38862 do ! 



For what oxptn&od. 



One saw table complete 

Machines 

Freights 

. — do — 

Scales 

Frelgh ts 

Testing machines 



Freights 

One electric motor 

Concrete foundation 

14,000 shingles 

Labor, Installing machinery... 

——"—"— do— II— -——II 

Freight charges on machinery. 

Lumber 

Services, etc 

Lumber 

Castings, etc. 

Materials, paintings, etc. 

Wire, fuse blocks, etc. 

Hardware, etc 

Lumber, mill work, etc 



Hardware 

Services, etc 

do 

Lumber _ 

Hardware 

do 

Services installing machinery- 
Labor _ 

Lumber, etc. 

Switches, fuse blocks, etc 

Cash advances for expressage— 

Compression micrometer 

Hardware— 

Window shades 

Hardware 

(''ash advanced, expressage 

Hardware 

1 Johnson's extensometer 

1 pulley _._ __ 

Leather belt, etc 



Total amount expended. 



8 240 00 


225 00 


10 10 


m 47 


48 02 


12 20 


2,300 00 


388 00 


222 00 


40 10 


31 50 


8 00 


8 00 


600 


81 90 


12 81 


210 97 


282 47 


81 05 


54 45 


32 85 


100 58 


110 35 


23 40 


11 25 


ltf 3T> 


I 5!> 


I8 60 


90 M 


00 


1 57 


14 50 


(i 10 


a 75 


75 00 


•r» m 


7 oo 


50 HO 


2 15 


13 14 


75 00 


4 20 


12 15 


$ 4,997 17 



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216 Report of Secretary of State. 

STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 138. 

ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT. 

{For the payment of the per diem, mileage, and clerk hire of the electors of President 

and Vice-president. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 385 50 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 335 50 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 $_ 

[Chapter 229,Laws 1905.] 

Dot*. J^. a % t In whote favor. For what expended. 



i9o6 ~; " "! r " i 

June 29 35478 | Fee, James A j Per diem and mileage $ W 50 

July 2 35689 Dimlck, G. B I do ( 16 50 

7 j 36007 | Hart, J. N j do 132 00 

25 37001 , Hough, A. C L do 82 50 

25 ! 37002 I Gullfford, Blanche ( Services as clerk _ 10 00 



Total amount expended $ 335 50 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 139. 

BABY HOME AT PORTLAND. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1908 $ 6,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 5,250 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 ___ __. S 750 00 

[Chapter 168, Laws 1905.] 

In whoee favor, i For what expended. I Amount. 



Date 


So. of 




1 warrant. 


"""1505 ~ 


j 


June 15 


31543 


July 1 


31805 


Oct. 1 


32961 


1906 




Jan. 1 


33918 


April 1 


34663 


July 2 


35684 


Oct. 1 


38216 



Baby Home, Portland.. Aid, quarter ending Mar. 31. 1905 I t 750 00 

do Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1905.. I 750 00 

do l Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1905- 750 00 

..do — Aid, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1905— I 750 00 

do. I Aid, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1906— | 750 00 

_do —I Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1908— 750 00 

do I Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1906._| 750 00 



Total amount expended — I $ 5,250 00 

STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 140. 

BOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SOCIETY OF OREGON. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 S 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 7,000 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 _. $ 1,000 00 

[Chapter 168, Laws 1905.] 

Date. Ao ' °f In whose favor. | For uhat expended Amount, 

warrant. ' 

um : i I 

May 23 31347 Boys' and Girls' Aid i , 

! I Society of Oregon ' Aid, quarter ending Mar. 31, 190- r »_. $ 1,000 00 

July 1 31802 __do | Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1905-1 1,000 00 

Oct. 1 32958 do_._ Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1905-1 1,000 00 

1906 ' 

Jan. 1, 33915 do. | Aid, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1905— I 1,000 00 

Apr. ll 34660 do _.. Aid, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1906— 1,000 00 

July 2 ! 35681 ' do J Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1906_J 1,000 00 

Oct. 1 ! 38212 — -do ! Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1906..I 1,000 00 

Total amount expended __ __ __ ! $ 7,000 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 217 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 141. 

FLORENCE CRITTENDEN REFUGE HOME FOR WOMEN. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 190H $ 6,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 5,250 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 750 00 

[Chapter 168, Laws 1905.] 

Date. y °' °f In urkoee /acor. For vAaf expended. Anumnt. 



1906" "|"~ 
May 25 ; 31416 Florence Cri 1 1 e n d e n 

Refuge Home. Aid, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1905- $ 750 00 

July 1| 31803 do Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1905.. 750 00 

Oct. 1! 32950 do Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1905- 780 00 

1906 l 

Jan 1 I ,33916 . do Aid, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1905- 750 00 

April 1! 34«61 do. Aid, quarter ending Mar. 81, 1906.. 750 00 

July 2 j 35682 do Aid, quarter ending June 80, 1906.. 750 00 

Oct. l| 38213 do. Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1906_. 750 00 

Total amount expended ._ I 5,250 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 142. 

INSTITUTE FOR FEEBLE-MINDED AND EPILEPTIC CHILDREN. 

< For the purpose of ascerta in ing the probable cost, the kind and character of buildings proper 

to be erected, the expense of maintenance, etc., of an institute for the care 

of the feeble-minded and epileptic children of the State.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 1*1, Laws 1905 $ 15,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 219 44 

Balance unexpended September:*), 1906. t 14,780 56 

[Chapter 181, Laws 1905.] 

■. _ ^— — -^— i ^— .^— . 

Date. I A "°- °f In trkoee fa' or. For what expended. Amount, 

warrant. J r 

' 1906 I " . ~ " "~ 

July 3 1 35754 Jones. G. W Expenses, agent, securing da ta v etc. % 185 27 

25 1 37076 do.... _ __do ' 57 07 

Aug. 13| 37562 do do 27 10 

Total amount expended , t 219 44 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 143. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

{For the purpose of erecting cottages on the grounds of the State used for a Soldiers 1 Home* 

near JRoseburg, in Douglas County, which said cottages are to be occupied 

by the inmates of said home and their wives.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 165, Laws 1905 5 2,C00 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 2,000 00 

Balance unexpended September;*), 1906 t 

[Chapter 195, Laws 1905.] 

*>«««. J^rZit. Inu-hote/ator. For tc Hat expended. Amount. 

1906 " ~ "~ " ■ 

Sept. 4 32609 Cassell, W. C For building four cottages £ 2,000 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 144. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

(Support and maintenance for the year 1905.) 

Appropriation for (he year, January 1, to December SI, IHOo. _. 

Amount expended, January 1, 1903, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive... 



S 12,000 00 
12,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906, inclunive- 
(Section 3685, Code.) 






Dat0. 


A'o. o/ 




trarrarW 


1905 




April « 


80823 


6 


30K24 





3082a 


6 


30826 


6 


30827 


6 


30828 


6 


30829 


6 


30830 


6 


30831 


6 


80832 


6 


30833 


6 


30834 





30835 


6 


30838 


6 


80837 


6 


30838 


6 


30839 


6 


30840 


<; 


30841 


6 


30842 


6 


30843 


6 


30844 


6 


30845 


« 


30846 


6 


30847 


6 


30848 


6 


30849 


6 


30850 


6 


30851 


6 


80852 





30853 


6 


30854 


« 


30855 


6 


30858 


6 


30857 


6 


30858 


6 


30859 


6 


30860 


6 


80881 


H 


80862 


6 


30863 


6 


30864 


(» 


808C5 


6 


30SW 


« 


30X07 


« 


30S68 


6 


308(89 


6 


:WS70 


6 


30871 


6 


30872 


t> 


30873 


(J 


30874 


») 


30875 


If 


30876 


6 


30877 


6 


:M)878 


6 


30879 





30880 


6 


30881 


15 


31001 



In vhote favor. 



Elder, W. W 

Elder, H. E 

Atterberry, Lucy 

Balf, Jack. 

Brandenburg O. S 

Burt, I. F 

Campbell, Margaret 

Count, Charles 

Elbon, H. F 

Elder, Grace _. 

Hall, P. A. 

Heffner, Adam 

Hoover, E. V 

Ireland, William. 

Kennedy, Fannie 

King, F. H 

Lawrence, Alfred 

Lough, William 

Matthews, Gertrude 

McCord,H. R 

Merrlfleld, M. J 

Ormiston, Agnes 

lalm, D. G 

Pratt, Hiram... ~. 

Rice, D. K- 

Shi < f Chew 

S trader, Anna 

, Tlllson, M. L._ 

i Wann, Gee 

Welst, William 

Wickey, Charles 

i Abraham, I... 

I Barker A Co., J. F _. 

Bashford A Sons, G. W.. 
\ Beard A Culver.. __ 

Brown, Frank 

i Brown, George M — 

. Caro, Simon 

Churchill A Woolley.... 

Fisher A Bellows Co 

Fleckensteln A Co., 

Henry 

! Flook A Co., The J. G. 

Fullerton A Richardson. 

Hamilton Drug Co... 

Ham ml tie. W. B 

i Hanson, Otto 

Kolhagen, George — 

; Kruse A Newland 

i Marks Co., H 

Mars'ers A Co., A. C. 

Mllllkin, James 

, Pacific SUit^s T. A T.Co.J 

Pilklngton Bros 

Rnseburg Steam Lauu- I 
dry | 

Salem Woolen Mills.... 

strong, B. W 

Sykes. S. K I 

Sykes and Carroll 

; Wollenberg Bros 

Umpqua Water, Light 
■ A Power Co 



For what expended. 



Salary, commandant 

Salary, matron— 

Salary, dinlngroom girl.. 

Salary, farmer... _ 

Salary, house sergeant... 

Salary, fireman 

Salary, laundress 

Salary, fireman 

Salary, night watchman .. 
Salary, assistant matron. 

Salary, nurse 

Salary, florist 

Salary, surgeon. 

Salary, laborer _ 

Salary, dinlngroom girl.. 
Salary, night watchman _. 
Salary, nightwatchman __ 

Salary, laborer... 1 

Salary, waitress 

Salary, laborer 

Salary, nurse 

Salary, waitress 

Salary, adjutant 

Salary, storekeeper 

Salary, nurse 

Salary, cook 

Salary, dinlngroom girl 

Salary, hospital matron.. 

Salary, cook _ __ 

Salary, farmer... __ 

Salary, fireman.. 

Clothing, etc 

Groceries, etc. 

Feed. etc.. 

Hardware... 

Spraying materials _ 

Rental of pasture 

Groceries 

Hardware, etc 

Groceries, etc 



Liquors _„ 

Lumber _ 

Drugs, etc 

Drugs 

Coffins and robes. 

Milk.. 

Meats 

Groceries 

do 

Drugs 

Shoes, etc 

Phone service 

Ambulance, etc... 



Laundry work 

Clothing _ 

Kurnlture, etc 

Cooking u l en si Is 

Plumbing and materials.. 
Clothing, etc 



Water and light. 



187 50 
10UUD 
42 00 
W («> 
24 00 
IS (O 
WOO 
24 00 
5 SI 
42 00 

4500 

IS 00 
120 00 
.'WOO 

:t\ S7 
IS 00 

24 iy 

12 00 
42 00 
20 00 
42 00 
42 00 

105 00 
15 00 
45 00 

13.) 00 
S M 

105 00 

150 00 

50 CO 
24 00 

woo 

«M49 
1ST 97 
« 25 
18 15 
12 50 
Is 75 

it i;> 

5S00 

S.if» 
12 00 
lHiOO 

») 15 
too <» 
•jiw w 

. r iS5 .")0 

14.-; 5> 

2Hi 47 
47 M 

5 00 

ii to 
271 45 

i:r> 00 

2(7 •» 

51 *■> 
litil 

s o> 

sort 

31S 75 



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219 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 144— Concluded. 



| A'o. o/ 



In wAmc favor. 



For what txpondod. 



1905 , 
July 13 j 
18 
13 ' 
13 
18 
13 
13 
18 
18 
18 : 
13 
18 ' 
13 
18 
13 
13 
18 
18 
13 
13 
18 
13 
13 
13 
18 
13 
18 
18 
13 
13 
13 
18 
18 
13 
IS 
13 
18 
18 
18 
13 
18 
18 
18 ! 
13 
IS ' 
13 
13. 
18 ' 
18 i 
13) 
13 1 
13 I 



82054 I 

32055 

32056! 

32057 

3205ft 

33)60 

32060 

32061 



13 

13 i 

IS I 

13 
13 

13 
13 
IS | 

18 
18 

Aug. 2 

Sept. 5, 
T 1906 I 
Jan. 8 ' 



32063 < 

82064 

32065 

82066 ' 

82067 

82068 

32069 

S2O70 

32071 

82072 > 

32073 I 

82074 i 

32075 

82076 , 

82077 

32078 

32079 

32080 

32081 

32082 

32088 

32084 

32085 

82086 

32087 

32088 

32080 

82000 

32001 

82092 

32003 ' 

82004 

320O6i 

3-2006 

32007 

82008 I 

32009 1 

32100 

32101 

82102 

32103 

32104 

32105 

32106 
82107 
82108 
32109 
32110 

32111 
32112 
82113 
32289 
82240 
32867 I 
32372 1 
32634: 



Elder, W. W l 

Elder, Grace E 

Atterberry, Lucy ! 

Half, Jack 

CI u bine, Freeman ' 

Count, Charles ! 

Campbell, Margaret •. 

Divine, J. M I 

Davenport, John , 

Elbon, Harold F 

Elder, Grace ' 

Heffher, David 

Heffher, Adam _.i 

Hawkins, Joseph 

Hall, P. A..__ 

Hoover, E. V 

Ireland, William | 

King. F.H I 

Lough, William 

McCord,H.R_ 

Merrifleld.M.J 

Matthews, Gertrude 

Ormiston, Agnes 

Palm, D. 6..!- 

Pratt, H ' 

Ritzman, Rose ' 

Sing, Chew 

THlBon, May L , 

Wann, Gee | 

Wickey, Charles J 

Abraham, I __ 

Bashford A Sons, G. W. 

Balf, P 

Barker A Co., J. F ' 

Brown, G. G I 

Brown, George M. 

Caro, Simon 

Churchill A Woolley — 

Fisher A Bellows Co 

Fullerton A Richardson 

Hanson, Otto 

Hamilton Drug Co 

Hammitte, W. B 

Kohlhagen, George 

Kruse A Newland 

Marks Co., H 

Marsters A Co., A. C 

McEwan, L. P i 

Mllllkln, James.- 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 1 

Pilkington Bros- 

Rose burg Steam Laun- 
dry _ 

Salem Woolen Mills 

Steiner A Chapman 

Strong, B. W 

Sykes, S. K 

Umpqua Water, Light 
A Power Co.- 



Salary, commandant 

Salary, matron 

Salary, dinlningroom girl 

Salary, farmer. 

Salary, laborer 

Salary, fireman _. 

Salary, laundress 

Salary, laborer.— — 

Salary, farmer - 

Salary, nlgbtwatchman 

Salary, assistant matron 

Salary, nigh twatch man 

Salary, florist 

do 

Salary, nurse 

Salary, surgeon 

Salary, nightwatchman 

._ — do 

Salary, laborer 

.-_. .„do _„_ 

Salary, nurse 

Salary, waitress 

do 

Salary, adjutant 

Salary, storekeeper 

Salary, dlningroomgirl 

Salary, cook 

Salary, hospital matron 

Salary, cook 

Salary, fireman 

Shoes 

Flour, feed 

Salary, laborer 

Groceries 

Fencing 

Rental of pasture 

Groceries. __ 

Hardware 

Shoes, groceries 

Drugs, etc 

Milk- 

Drugs .. 

Coffi ns 

Meats 

Groceries, etc. 

do.. 



Wixsen, F. 

Wharton, Joseph 

Wolienberg Bros 

Brandenberg, O.S 

Strader, Anna— __. 

Elder, W.W., Com'nd'nt 

Matlonal Surely Co 

Elder, W. W., Com'nd'nt 



Drugs, etc 

20 cords wood — 

Shoes, etc 

Phone service . - 
Horseshoeing — 

Laundry work . 

Clothing 

Drugs 

Furniture 

Hardware, etc.. 



Light ard water- 
Butter ___ 

Repairing 



Clothing- 
Salary, house sergeant.. 

Salary, dlningroomgirl-. 

Payroll, officers and employes, July 
Premium on bond of commandant 
Pay roll, officers and employes, Aug 



33068 I Beard A Culver Hardware. 



S 187 .50 


100 00 


42 00 


42 5* 


50 00 


24 00 


60 00 


30 00 


41 61 


20 00 


42 00 


10 00 


1« 00 


8 0O 


90 00 


'120 00 


30 00 


18 00 


12 00 


12 00 


3* 27 


42 00 


42 00 


126 29 


15 00 


35 47 


185 00 


105 00 


150 00 


24 00 


192 74 


208 00 


3 00 


582 92 


124 7."> 


12 50 


93 S2 


IS 79 


5* 25 


US* 20- 


1«1 00 


5tt 75 


144 00 


<#2 25 


S7 SO- 


824 41 


5 5o 


78 00 


7 N> 


00 


4 15 


1.50 00 


195 75 


20 30 


29 5*> 


1* 55 


111 <N) 


21 40 


2 00 


14* :\7 


24 00 


♦> 5:? 


WW 22 


5 00 


«ls .5K 


12 32 



Total amount expended _ _ „_ 9 12,000 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 145. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

{Support and maintenance for the year 1906.) 

Appropriation for the year January 1 to December 31. 1906 8 12,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, to September HO, 1906, inclusive 11,999 97 

Balance unexpended .September 30. 1906 _ S 03 

(Section 3585, Code.) 



No. of i 
warrant. 



In ieho*€ favor. 



For trkat expanded. 



1906 



Feb. 


2 


34321 


Mar. 


5 


344S9 


April 


8 


34676 




11 


34808 




11 


34809 




11 


34810 




11 


34811 




11 


34812 




11 


34H13 




11 
11 


34814 
34815 
34816 




11 


34817 




11 


34818 




11 


34819 




11 


348/0 




11 


34821 




11 


34822 




11 


34823 




11 


34824 




11 
11 


84825 
34826 




11 


34827 




11 


34828 




11 


34829 




11 


34830 




11 
11 


34831 
34832 




11 i 


34833 




11 


34834 




11 


34835 




11 


34836 


May 


; 4 


84982 


June 




35148 


July 


.-> 


35S21 




21 


36792 




21 


36793 




21 


36794 




21 


36795 




2" 


36796 




21 


36797 




21 


3679K 




21 


38799 




21 


36800 



21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 



21 
21 
21 
21 
21 
21 



36801 
36802 
36803 
86*04 
86805 
36*06 
3X807 
36S0S 
36809 
36SI0 
36811 
36*12 
36813 
3fiKI4 
86S15 
36816 



Elder, W.W., ConVnd'nti 

do _ 

do- 

Abraham, I. 

Barker A Co., J. F ; 

Bashford A Son, G. W.J 

Bishop, C. P 

Brown, George M 

Brown, J. Wiley 

Carroll, W. H ! 

Churchill, F. H _.__ i 

Elder, VV. W 

Flook Co., The J. G j 

Fullerton A Richardson 

Hammitte, W. B 

Hamilton Drug Co. 

Hanson, Otto ! 

Wlxson, F 

Kidd A Son, Mrs. A. C. 

Kohlbagen, George : 

Kru«e A Newland | 

Marks Co.. H ___, 

Mllllken, James ._ _i 

Pacific States T. A T. Co.j 

Pilklngton Bros 

Rice A Rice 

Rilzman, i" _. 

Stelner A Chapman 

Strong, B. W. 

*ykes, s. K 

Umptjua Water, Light ] 

A Power Co 

Wollenberg Bros 

Elder, W.W., Com'nd'nt 

do 

do.._ ___. 

Abraham, I. 

Barker A Co.. J. F J 

Bashford, G. W 

Beard A Culver 

Bishop, C. P __, 

Carroll. W. H __ 

Churchill, F. H._ 

Elder, W. W 

Flee ken stein A Co., i 

Henry 

Flook to, The J. G 

Fullerton A Richardson 

Hamilton Drug Co 

Hammitte, W. B ; 

Hansen, Otto 

Kidd A Son, Mrs. A. C- 

Kohlhagcn, George 

Krulse A Newland 

Marks Co., H._ 

Millikin, James 

Pacific State** T. A T. Co. 

Pilklngton Bros _. 

Ro«*eburg Rochdale Co._ 

stelner A Chapman 1 

Strong. B. W 

Sykes, 8. K 



Payroll, officers and employes Jan. 
Payroll, officers and employes Feb.] 
Payroll, officers and employes Mar.! 

Dry goods | 

Groceries 

Flour and feed 

Clothing 

Rental of pasture 

328 lbs. dried peaches 

Plumbing and materials 

Hardware 

Cash advanced, sundry claims 

Lumber 

Drugs, etc 

Caskets. 

Drugs, etc.— 

Milk _ 

53 lbs. butter _ 

Groceries 

Meals 

Groceries 

Groceries 

Boots and shoes 

Phone service 

Blacksml thing 

Linoleum, etc - 

800 cabbage plants 

Drugs, etc _ 

Furniture 

Hardware 



Light and water 

Clothing, etc 

Pay roll, officers and employes April 
Payroll, officers and employes May 
Payroll, officers and employes June 

Shoes, clothing 

Groceries 

Flour and feed- _ 

Hardware, etc 

Clothing _ _ ■ 

Plumbing materials, etc. 

Hardware _. 

Cash advanced sundry claims 



Liquors 

Lumber 

Drugs, e'e 

do 

Caskets and robes. 

9X0 gals. milk. 

Groceries _ 

Meats 

Groceries 

do 

Shoes 

Phone service 

Horseshoes 

Groceries 

Drug8,etc 

Furniture, etc 

Hardware 



623 83 
64K 5S 
621 *4 
lJjW *) 
451 37 
154.50 
44* * 

12 50 
Hi 40 
81) .50 

7 4.5 

7 HO 
5 34 

4.S00 
9-2 00 

81 lfl 
215 90 

13 25 
64 S9 

614 65 
136 31 
445 30 
31 1.5 
900 

8 25 
58 25 

2 00 

31 25 
630 

73 10 

229 41 
79 56 
637 83 
643 73 
646 51 
72 31 
506 26 
150 80 

14 40 
181 50 

12 30 
19 75 

28 21 

99 04 
670 

126 .30 
86 43 
68 00 

196 00 

82 40 
703 9S 
125 91 
40b 17 

21 00 
900 

9 50 

29 95 

32 25 
43 00 
16 >5 



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222 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 145- Concluded. 



DaU. 


JVe. of 




warrant. 


"\m 




July 21 


86817 1 


21 


38818 ' 


21 


36819 


20 


87108 


26 


37109 


Aug. 2 


87258 


Oct. 11 


38701 : 


11 


38702 


11 


38703 


11 


38704 


11 


88706 


11 


38706 i 



In wkoee favor. 



Fwr what upended. 



Urapqua Water, Light | j 

A Power Co Light and water r — $ 

Wixson, Frank 2W lb'*, butter 

Wollenberg Bros Clothing, etc 

Brown, Geo. M Rent of pasture 

Whitney, J. R < Printing blanks-- — 

Elder, W.W.,Com'nd'nt Payroll, officers and employes July 

Asher, D 11,780 lbs. hay_ 

Abraham, I ._ Clothing, shoes, etc 

Brown, Geo. M Rent of pasture 

Bashford&Son ___ Flour and feed.— * • 

Woodruff, E. T 50 cords wood - _ 

Leona Mills Lumber Co. Lumber 



141 45 

52 00 
139 46 

12 50 

15 53 
653 83 

35 H4 
120 73^ 

12 50 

174 30 

156 25 

1 35 



Total amount expended _ __ $ 11,999 97 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 146. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 
{For the payment of the expenses of the support and maintenance of the Oregon Soldiers* 



Home cU Roseburg, being in addition to the annual appropriation 
provided by Section 3535 of the Code.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 9 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 



8,000 00 
4,422 10 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1908 — 9 3,577 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



90 




1908 




Sept. 4 


87747 


Oct. 1 


88111 


11 


88707 


11 


88708 


11 


88709 


11 


88710 


11 


38711 


11 


S8712 


11 


88713 


11 


88714 


11 


38715 


11 


38716 


11 


88717 


11 


38718 


11 


38719 


11 


88720 


11 


88721 


11 


88722 


11 


38723 


11 


88724 


11 


88725 


11 


88726 


11 


38727 


11 


88728 


11 


88729 


11 


88730 


11 


88731 


11 


88732 


11 


88733 


11 


38784 


11 


38785 



Elder, W.W.,Com , nd , t. 

do i 

Barker A Co., J. F | 

Churchill, C. P ' 

Churchill. F. H J 

Carroll. W. H , 

Elder, W. W _ ' 

Goodman, L : 

Hamilton Drug Co 

Hammitte, W. B 

Hansen, Otto 

Kiook Co., The J. G 

Kldd A Son, Mrs. A. C._ 

Kruse A Newland 1. 

Kohlhagen, George ; 

Marks Co., H ! 

Millikln, James 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Peiini, Angelo 

do 

Pllkinton Bros... „ 

Roseburg- Rochdale Co. I 
Roseburg Brewing A I 

Ice Co I 

Sykes, S. K._ 

Steiner A Chapman 

Strong, B. W.. - 

Umpqua Water, Light 

A Power Co : 

Woodruff, V. 8 , 

Wollenberg Bros 

Ward, H. L.__. i 

Wlxson, Frank , 



Pay roll of employes, August. 1906. 

Pay roll of employes, Sept., 1906 

Groceries, etc. 

50 cords fir wood 

Hardware, etc 

Plumbing and materials 

Sundry cash advances 

Shoes, etc. 



Drugs, etc 

Coffins and robes 

S9l gallons of milk, and hay 

Glass and screens 

Groceries 

do._ 

Meats 

Groceries 

Boots, shoes, etc. 

Phone service 

12 cords flrwood - 

144 cordM flrwood 

Blacksmi thing 

Groceries. 



8,350 pounds ice.. 
Hardware, etc 



Drugs . 

Awning, shades, etc.. 

Light and water 

25$ cords flr wood 

Clothing, shoes, etc _. 

8,648 pounds oats 

48 pound 8 butter 



* 653 87 


641 77 


608 ttt 


198 90 


27 20 


64 65 


19 Ho 


10 60 


42 20 


116 00 


267 70 


12 00 


44 45 


93 8.3 


666 06 


357 67 


IS 10 


12 95 


27 00 


32 6:5 


12 40 


43 87 


25 12 


11 50 


45 10 


29 65 


115 65 


99 45 


77 22 


36 48 


9 60 



Total amount expended $ 4,422 10 



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222 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 147. 

OREGON SOLDIERS' HOME. 

< For the payment of the expenses of constructing and finishing a wood shed, and for the 

general repairs and improvements for the Oregon Soldiers 1 Home at Roseburg.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 31, 1906 $ 1,220 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



. f 1,220 00 



warrant. \ 



In whoeefaoor. 



For what expended. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 148. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

(For the maintenance, general and contingent expense* and salaries of officers and 

employees for the years 1905 and l90L,for which past 

appropriation was insufficient.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 8, Laws 1905 _. f 18,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 17,934 28 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 f C5 72 

[Chapter 8, Laws 1905.] 





No. of 




warrant. 


im~ 





Jan. 28 


29785 


28 


29788 


28 


29737 


28 


29788 


28 


29739 


28 


29740 


28 


29741 


28 


29742 


28 


29743 


28 


29744 


28 


29745 


28 


29740 


28 


29747 


28 


29748 


28 


29749 


28 


29750 


28 


29751 


28 


29752 


28 


29758 


28 


29754 


28 


297.55 


28 


29758 


28 


29757 


2* 


29758 


28 


29759 


28 


29760 


28 


297151 


28 


29762 


28 


29763 


28 


29761 


28 


297HJ 


28 


20767 


28 


297«N 


28 


297t>9 


2S 


29770 


28 


29771 


28 


29772 



In whose favor. 



For what expended. 



Chamberlain, Geo. E.. 

Dunbar, F. I , 

Moore, Chas. tt ' 

Calbreath, J. F 

Grinth, J. F 

McNary, W. D 

Tamiesle, A. E._ 

Robnett, J. H 

Balfour, Guthrie & Co.., 

Basey, R._ | 

Buren A Hamilton 

Calbreath, J. F . 

Clilzens Light A Trac- 
tion Co I 

Commercial Cream Co._ 
Corvallis Flouring Mills 

Cross, E. C 

Edmunson, E. R ___i 

Eoff, A.I 

Fendrich, Geo 

Fitts, W. S.._ 

Fleckensteln A Co., H._ 
Flelschner, Mayer & Co. 

Flood, James 

Fuller A Douglas 

Gibson Soap Co. 

Gilbert A Baker 

Girardin. John 

Guerne, C 

Haas, J. H 

Harrltt A Lawrence 

Hofer Bros 

House Furnishing Co.._ 

Hughes Co., John 

Huiisaker. G. \V 

Irvin A Petteys 

Jefferson Creamery 

Jefferson, J. A. 



Salary, trustee 

.do.. 



Salary, superintendent .. 

Salary, physician 

l~I~~do™"™I"™™"I"I 
do.:— _ 

20 bbls. flour.... 

35 gallons naptholeum *.. 

Furniture, etc.. 

Expenses returning runaways. 



Car tickets 

Butter 

Bran 

Tallow _ 

Expenses returning runaways. 

Wood 

Mutton, ham 

Chickens 

Liquors 

guilts _ 

Cutting 50 cords wood 

Groceries 

Soap polish 

Groceries and glass 

Wood 

Hauling wood 

Repairing ciock, etc. 

Eggs... 

Advertising... 

Door mats.. 

Jars, oil, etc 

Expenses returning runaways. 

shoes, etc. 

Butter 

Expenses returning runaway.. 



125 00 
25 00 
25 00 
625 00 
450 00 
300 00 
300 00 
255 00 
7100 
66 50 
120 90 
14 30 

20 00 
265 83 
611 41 

84 7« 
500 

20 40 
303 40 
110 55 
3 1 JW 

33 5K 

62 50 
326 97 

18 00 

63 5S 
38 50 
95 26 

175 

118 45 

93 40 

3 * 

92 4S 

500 

444 40 

616 17 

500 



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223 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. liZ-Qtmeluded. 



No. of 



In trAoM favor. 



For what atpondod. 



1905 : 
Jan. '28 i 

28 
28> 

28 i 
2b I 

28 ! 
28 
28 
28 

28 ! 
28 

28 

29 

28 

28 

28 

28 

281 

28 

28 

28 I 

28 : 

28 

28' 

28 

28 

28' 

28 

28 



297731 
29774 
29775 

29776 

29777 
29778 
29779 
29780 
29781 
29782 
29783 
29784 

297*5 
29780 
29787 
29788 
29789 
29790 
29791 
2979*2 
29793 
29794 
29795 
29796 
29797 
29798 
29799 

29800 

29801 

29802 
29808 



28 
28 
28 
28 

28 ; 

28 

* , 
28 
28 
28. 
28| 
28 ' 
28 . 
28 
28 
2h 
Mar. 9 
9 ' 



9 
April 6 
May 3 



29806 
29807 
29808 
29809 

29810 
29611 
29812 
29818 
29814 
29815 
29816 
29817 
29718 
298)9 
29820 
29821 
30456 
30462 
30482 

30183 
30484 
30185 
30486 
30487 
80488 
30489 
30821 
31071 



Johnson A Co., G. W. i 

Journal Publishing Co._j 
Lamport saddlery Co., ' 

Lane i"Co~II~~n~II 
Lardon, L. P 

Loewen berg A Going Co. 

Looney, D. H 

Maurer, John . 

McKlnney, Mrs. J. \V..| 

, Melson, Geo 

i Myers A Sons, Jos , 

Mitchell, Lewis A Sta- j 
ver Co 

■ Moore, Arthur i 

Oregonian, The 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Fatton Bros ] 

Povey Bros. Glass Co 

Putnam, G. W , 

Radabaugh & Orey i 

RatcUfllD. M ' 

Riggs, Zadoc J 

Rlneman, M. T 

Robbins, Wm , 

Robertson, L. E ! 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F._j 
Rosteln A Greenbaum.J 
Salem Brewery Assocl- ' 

atlon 

Salem Flouring Mills ' 

Co „ I 

Salem Oregon States- ■ 

man ___ 

Salem Water Co 

Salem Woolen Mills ! 

Store j 

Savage, A. T 

Smith, F. M _J 

Spencer Hardware Co._| 

Stelner's Market , 

SteuslofT Bros __. 

Tbos. Kay Woolen Mill 

Co ' 

Wade A Co., R. M , 

Wall, Frank E i 

, WellerBros- 

; Stockton A Co., J. L ' 

West, H. A 

I Western Union Tel. Co._! 

I Whitney, J. R I 

Will, Geo. C ' 

Woodard, Clarke A Co._ 

W right, J. G 

Yokohama Tea Co ' 

Zlnn. W. W. 

Flood, James _ 

Salem Iron Works 

Capital Improvemen t 

Fuller A Douglas 

Harritt A Lawrence 

Hughes Co., John __ 

Keeler, D. D 

Larson, P. J. I 

Rlan, John I 

Roth & Graber 

Albert, Louis ! 

do __|. 



Clothing 

Advertising.. 



Harness 

fcbbl*. syrup. 
Wood. 



Castl ngs i- 

Butter 

Fittings. 



Turkeys 

Clothing, etc. . 
Dry goods 



Castings 

Chickens ... 

Advertising 

Phone service 

Stationery 

Plate glass 

Drugs 

Stall rent 

Hog houses 

Drugs, etc 

Glassware.. 



Rent of engine 

Expenses returning runaway.. 
Ruling, binding, and paper... 
Drygoods 



Ice 



Flour and feed- 
Advertising.. 



14 92 
10 80 

865 

126 54 

161 00 

7109 

414 20 

29 10 
60 20 
42 16 

11106 

600 

565 
16 20 
40 06 
18 15 
13 40 
26 68 

4 50 
12 00 
26 26 

685 

40 00 
200 

49 25 
80 96 

46 70 

2,438 50 

58 40 
75 00 

625 

387 20 

800 

193 96 

791 41 

3,248 85 

1,546 50 

15 21 

2 50 
32 58 
69 62 

700 

15 82 
65 71 

3 25 
85 00 
72 32 

187 65 

30 00 
115 94 
029 44 

42 35 
24 05 

16 55 

35 70 
8 00 
300 

36 60 
82 00 

41 25 
101 40 

Total amount expended I | t 17,934 28 



Water service 

Clothing, etc 

Butter 

Chickens 

Hardware 

Fish and eggs 

Meats 



Blankets 

Hardware 

Expenses returning runaway... 

Groceries _ 

Drygoods 

Expenses returning runaways.. 

Telegraphic service 

Printing 

Repairs 

Lime, etc 

Sundry cash advances 

Crockery 

Candles. 

Cutting wood 

Machine work and materials.. 



Fire brick clay. 

Groceries 

do 

...do.. 

Professional services- 
Repairs to wagon 

Salmon 

Groceries 

Cutting wood 

do 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



224 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

{For the payment of the salaries of the officers and employees, and for the maintenance amt 
general and contingent expense* of the Oregon Mate Insane Asylum, including 
the payment of the salaries of the trustees thereof, viz.: For the Gov- 
ernor $500 a year, and for the Secretary of State and the 
Slate Treasurer, each $100 a year.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December, 

»], 1906 _ S 400,000 00 

Amount expended: Warrants issued January 1, 1905, to 

September 30. 1906, inclusive _ _ $327,061 34 

Certificates of evidence of allowance of claim issued January 

1, 1905, to September SO, 1906, inclusive, and outstanding... 2,908 67 349,960 01 

Balance available September 30, 1906 _ _ __ $ 50,039 Hi* 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 


No. of 




tr arrant 


1906 




June 25 


35224 


27 


35281 


27 


35282 


27 


35283 


27 


35284 


27 


35285 


27 


35286 


27 


35287 


27 


35288 


27 


35289 


27 


35290 


27 


35291 


27 


35292 


27 


35293 


27 


35291 


27 


35295 


27 


35296 


27 


35297 


27 


35298 


27 


35299 


27 


35300 


27 


35301 


27 


85302 


27 


35303 


27 


35304 


27 


35305 


27 


35306 


27 


35307 


27 


35308 


27 


35310 


27 


35313 


27 


35318 


27 


,85329 


27 


85330 


27 


85834 


27 


35340 


27 


35341 


28 


35378 


28 > 


35379 


28 ! 


85380 


28 


85382 


28 


85383 


28 


353K4 


28 


85385 


28 i 


,35386 


28 1 


35387 


28 


35388 


25 


35389 



In whose favor. 



35224 ; Calbreath,.I. F., Supt.. 
-*-*■" Baker, Lawrence <fc 

Baker 

35282 Calbreatb, J. F 



For what txptudtd. 



Capital Drug Co 

Commercial Cream Co. 
Corvallls <& Benton 

Flouring Mills 

Davenport, B. F _. 

Dearinger, R. T 

Douthart, A. N. 

Fills, W. 8 _ 

Fleischner, Mayer&Co. 

Fuller A Douglas 

Glle&Co.. H. 8 _. 

House Furnishing Co 

Hughes Co., John 

Klampe, F. A. 

Looney, D. H 

Meier A Frank Co 

Mlddleton Hat Co 

O'Donald, Mrs. J 

Savage, A. T 

Smith, W. H 

Spencer Hardware Co... 

Stelner's Market _. 

SteuslotiT Bros 

Von Behren, H. C. 

Weller Bros. — 

While, F. H 

Wright, J. G 

Fleischner, Mayer & Co. 

Steusloff Bros 

Thos. Kay Woolen 

Mills Co 

Shedeck, Frank .__ 

Fltls, W. S 

Fry, Daniel J _ 

Patton Bros _. 

Hagar, A. J 

Calbreatb, J. F., Supt.— 

~""""~~do-I"""-" 

Morley, Waller _. 

Taylor, C. W 

Harris, V. A.„ 

Hagar, A.J 

Patton Bros. 

Metzger, Herman 

McDowell Bros 

Tillson & Co 



Pay roll of employes, May, 1906 $ 6,812 : 



Groceries 

Cash advanced, returning patients 

borne *_>. 

Drugs 

Butter and eggs 

220 barrels flour * 

6 cows 

9V 4 cords wood _ 

ijabor 

Fish and eggs. 

Drygoods, etc 

Groceries 

Soda crackers 

Carpets, etc.— 

Groceries... 

1 cow 

425 lbs. butter 

Crockery 

l%% dozen hats 

76 lbs. chickens 

419 lbs. butler 

1 cow 

Hardware 

Poultry, eggs ._ 

Meals. 

2 CTWS 1 

Groceries... _ 

11 sacks potatoes 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Drygoods, clothing, etc. 

Meals— _ 



Cloth, etc 

1 cow 

Fish, eggs, poultry 

Drugs, etc. _ 

Stationery 

73,710 lbs. straw _ 

Pay roll of employes, April, 1905— . 

Pay roll of employes, May, 1906 

Pay roll of employes, Jan., 1906 

Wire fencing, staples 

1 cow 

Services capturing runaway 

2 cows 

Stationery, periodicals, etc. 

500 lbs. hair _ 

1 cow and calf -._ 

6,308 lbs. prunes— 



31 5i 

86 00 

30 J* 
218 SS 

TX 70 
180 00 

21 00 

173 84 

1.8IW 41 

41 00 

27 WJ 

72 28 

52 01 

• 2ti50 

134 « 

201 -V) 

70 SS 

8 71 

104 75 

31 50 
62 86 
.55 27 

1,490 65 

60 00 
37 01 

5 50 

61 44 
4,304 2» 

15.367 a 

J, 693 85 

25 00 

95 40 

2,150 97 

95 20 

27 64 

6,628 42 

6,692 20 

6,808 79 

107 49 

30 00 

2 50 

58 00 

86 50 

144 50 

30 CO 

220 7S 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report op Secretary of State. 



225 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149 -Continued. 



For what expended. 





1906 




J 


uoe 28 


35390 




28 


35391 




28 


35892 




28 


35393 




28 


35394 




28 


35395 




28 


*5390 




28 


35397 




28 


35398 




28 


35399 




28 


35100 




28 


35101 




28 


35402 




28 


35104 




28 


35404 




28 


35405 




•28 


35406 




28 


35407 




28 


35408 




28 


35409 




28 


35410 




28 


35111 




28 


35412 




28 


35413 




28 


85414 




28 


35415 




28 


35410 




28 


35417 




28 


35418 




28 


35419 




28 


35420 




28 


35421 




28 


85422 




28 


35423 




28 


35424 




28 


35425 




28 


.35426 




28 


35427 




28 


35428 




28 


35429 




28 


35430 




28 


35441 




28 


35432 




28 


35433 




28 


35434 




28 


35435 




28 


35136 




28 


• 35437 




28 


85438 




28 


35439 




28 


35440 




28 


.S5441 




28 


35442 




28 


.354 43 




28 


35144 




28 


35445 




28 


35446 




29 


.35516 




29 


35516 




29 


35519 




90 


35528 




30 


35529 




30 


35530 




30 


35531 




80 


35632 




SO 


35533 




30 


.35534 




30 


85536 




30 

S: 


35537 
EC'Y— 



Wiprutdk Co.,Henry__. 

Purvlne, L. M..__ 

IndependenceCreamery 
Spauldlng Logging Co., j 

The Chas. K.._ _J 

House Furnishing Co- 
Tollman, E. 8 

McClane, Mrs. L. B 

Kuffner, A. G. ._ 

Gesner, B. B 

Broun stein, A Son, J. _. 

Goodale Lumber Co 

Capital Lumbering Co.. 

PohleA Bishop 

Meyers A Sons, Joseph . 

Gile, A. C 

Loe wen berg «fe Going 

Co 

Walker, T. F.__ 

Savage, H. W 

Salem Ice Co _., 

Jefferson, J. A. 

Irvln A Petteys 

Geraughty, Mrs. J. J— ., 
I Willamette Iron and 

Steel Works. 

Commercial Cream Co.- ( 

, Fltts, W. «... _ _.| 

| Savage, A. T 

Mastlck A Co.. Chas. L.I 

Gilbert <fe Co., R. D. 

Albert, Louis ' 

Irvln A Co., E. L i 

Capital Improvem'tCo.l 

Yokohama Tea Co | 

Citizens L. & T. Co l 

Pugh, W. D 

Cross, E. C 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Steiner's Market 

Salem Flour. Mills Co._. 
Salem Or. Statesman __. 

Petzel, M.J— 

Fuller A Douglas 

Pacific Pulp Plaster Co. 

Will, Geo. C— 

Hass, J. H. ___ 

Howe, Fay D 

Barlow, E._ 

Rodda,W.D 

Carpenter. Sada 

Goodln, Florence 

Bates, C. O.. _. 

Thomas, John 

Phillips, Lige _. 

McNary, W. I) 

Post, F. F._ 

Ramey, J. A 

El vert, A. M 

Kershaw, James _. 

Waters, George E 

BurghardlCo.TheW.H. 
Spencer Hardware Co._ 

Davls, O. M._ 

Poppa, Charles 

Mitchell, Jeseie 

Dllley, A*. C._ 

Warner, Bessie 

Stowe, Luella- 

Rostein A Greenbaum. J 
Manning A Ferguson ._' 
Allstock, Fay A Co . 

pt. II.- 15 



Tobaccos _ 

Services returning runaway _ 
1,260 lbs. butter 



Lumber _ 

Wall paper, mouldings, etc. 

4 cows 

1 cow 

206 cords wood _ 

145 cords wood 

Cable and iron rails ._. 

Lumber. 

1.000 lath 

Repairs to hack 

Drygoods 

Plowing with team 



Castings, etc. 

100 bushels barley 

10,000 strawberry plants 

Ice, malt, etc 

1 pig 

Rubber boots, etc 

12 dozen Star Indelible ink. 



Castings, repairs, etc ■ 

8957 lbs. butter ! 

Fish, eggs, poultry 

1522 lbs. butter _ 

Leather and findings, etc. 

Glass, paint, brushes, etc 

Cutting 237 J cords of wood 

Boots, shoes, etc 

Building materials 

Crockery, etc 

Lighting and fixtures 

240 cords of wood 

Meats, etc 

Hardware, etc. _ 



Eggs, fish, poultry- 
Flour and feed 



Pub. advetlsements for supplies—' 

Plumbing materials 

Groceries 

Pulp plaster i 

Sewing machine sundries, etc. | 

12 dozen spectacles 

Assistant engineer ■ 

Attendant, male wards i 

do .__ ___ 

Attendant, female wards __ 

do _ 

Attendant, male wards , 

- do.. 

Farm help, Cottage Farm ; 

Second assistant physician. i 

Commissary 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

_do._ 

Tobacco — _ 

Stationery , 

Hardware 

Can washer _ 

Farm help 

Attendant, female wards. 

Atten't,male wards, Cottage Farm- 
Attendant, female wards™ 

do 

Dry goods, notions, etc j 

Harrow, bale wire, etc 

Sundry surgical supplies I 



S8S7 


5 00 


426 80 


117 99 


250 m 


95 00 


25 00 


696 28 


398 75 


407 44 


No 54 


3 00 


70 81 


46 40 


12 60 


70 15 


00 00 


30 00 


20 *J5 


10 00 


lti 50 


22 50 


143 68 


1.255 80 


892 12 


432 05 


775 84 


98 42 


237 50 


595 17 


481 00 


117 77 


3,657 40 


812 40 


432 35 


488 25 


657 62 


4,420 50 


157 70, 


79 70 


1,629 21 


86 45 


34 25 


39 50 


100 00 


120 65 


68 31 


24 37 


66 13 


84 76 


74 19 


6 45 


300 00 


180 00 


120 00 


<« 71 


109 82 


2,042 66 


77 63 


2,089 85 


88 22 


120 00 


82 71 


127 50 


74 11 


112 50 


99 26 


196 75 


50 22 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



226 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149-Cbnttnued. 




m 

June 80 
30 

July 2 
8 
3 
8 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
8 
3 
3 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
ft 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 I 



6 
6 
6 

6 I 
6 t 
6 I 

6 

a i 
2 ! 

6 I 



86588 

85752 
85756 
85708 
85788 
86770 
85771 
85780 
85781 
85782 
85791 

85795 

85798 

85798 

85800 

85801 

85828 

85824 

85825 

85828 

85827 

35828 

35829 

85880 

35831 

85*82 

35833 

85884 

85835 I 

35836 

85837 I 

35888 | 



35840 
35841 
85842 
85843 I 
35844 |. 
35845 
85846 
85847 ' 
35848 I 

35849 

85850 ! 

85851 I 
35852 
85853 
85854 
35855 
85856 
35857 
85K58 
35K58 
35860 
35861 
35931 
35932 
3593* 
35034 
35935 
35936 

35937 
35938 

35045 
35946 
359.50 



Allen A Lewis ,__, 

Savage, A, T i 

CaJbreatk. J. F., SopL.- 

Bteiner's Market . 

WbHe&Soil, D, A. i 

Albert, Louis . ! 

Pratt A Hwrrod ,„.\ 

Pratl, Riley. . 

Artklnsn Q, A „.„..; 

Fuller, E. W 

Savage, L. A,.„ j 

Lamport Saddlery Co., 

K. *-- J 

Spauldlntf Lugging Co.,! 

The Cuas. K.— 

Dunavant, Alice 

Morley, Walter 

Frazer, A. L.__ 

Stockton A Co., J. L.._. 

Allen, R. D 

Goodln, R. B._ 

Hensley, Richard 

Latourette, Mrs. T. G— 

Wright. J. G 

Poujade,T. L 

Robinson, Myrna 

Iwan, Minnie. 

Sanford, Edith 

Ganzleben, John .. 

Louslgnont,T. J 

Latourette, C. L... 

Parks, S. A 

Seeley, A. B 

Cochran, Lucy H. 

Andrews, Lucy 

Hobson, L 

Carl, August 

Savage, W. H._ 



Groceries, etc 

177 lbs. butter 

Payroll of employes, June, 1806. 

750 dozen eggs 

Seeds and feed 

Cutting 80 cords of wood 

Stall rent 

do 

Attendant, male wards ...-_ 

Exp'nse return *g runaway patients 
Hauling 81} cords of wood 

Harness sundries 



Cleaver, Grace — I 

Calbreath, J. F., 8upt. I 

do 1 

Steiner's Market 

Steusloff Bros. i 

Gessner, B. B i 

Mitchell, Lewis A Sta- | 

ver Co 

Clark, W. B._ 

Steichen, Nick 

Shafer, F. E i 

Clark, C. A 

Rice Bros — : 

Rural Spirit ' 

Colgan, J. A ._ 

Fend rich, George 

Skiff, Mark 

Tillson & Co 

Kuffner, Peter 

Kuffner, A. G 

Fuller* Douglas— _ 

Calhoun, J. A 

Herrington, James 

Brosig, John 

Patton Bros 

Radabaugh & Grey 

Thos. Kay Woolen Mill 

Co _ __ I 

Thomas, I. D _.j 

Corvallls & Benton' 

Flouring Mills 

Jefferson Creamery 

Henkle. E. A 

Read, Mrs. M. A • 



Lumber 

Attendant, female wards 

Wire fencing 

Plumbing materials 

Dry goods 

Bookkeeper.. 

Overseer 

First assistant engineer 

Laundress 

8teward 

First assistant cook . 

Second assistant cook 

Table girl — 

do 

Teamster 

Night attendant, male wards 

Attendant, male wards 

-do _ _._ „ 

do.._. 

Attendant, female wards 

do 

Atten't, male wards, Cottage Farm 

do 

Dairyman 

Atten't, female wards,Cot'ge Farm 

Payroll of employes Nov.. 1905 

Payroll of employes, April, 1906 

Eggs, flsh, etc. 

Meats 

25 cords wood 



Mowing machine, etc 

101 cords wood 

264 cords wood 

Harness sundries 

8 cows.__ 

Threshing barley 

Subscription. __ 

1 span of horses __, 

Meats _ 

1,230 cords wood 

Prunes 

810 cords wood 

400 cords wood.- 

Groceries. 

Attendant, male wards 

Tinner 

Expense, returning runaway. 

stationery _ _ 

Stall rent 



136 suits of clothing 

Expense, returning runaway- 
Flour and feed _. 

2,190 pounds butter 

One boar. 

Attendant, female wards 



6,730 C* 

fr» 43 

100 on 

80 U) 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



227 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149- Cfcmttmted. 



Dot*. 



Jfr.O/ 



Inwhot€/mn>r. 



For what expended. 



1900 , 

July 6 I 
« 

6 I 

6! 

6 
6 
6 

6 
6 




6 
6 
6 
6 

-6 
7 
7 
7 
7 

51 

•9 I 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

<9 

9 

9 

-9 
9' 



86051 
8*952 
86967 
85MB 

859© 
85964 
85005 
86960 
86967 
80968 
83069 

86970 

35071 
85072 
35078 
86074 
85075 
86076 
85091 
35096 
80001 
80008 
80001 
80006 
30082 



V 



Baker, Norma ; 

Palton Bros 

Savage, A. T ' 

Ban Francisco Candle ! 
Co I 

| Hobart,A, | 

Dunavant, C 

Smith, Elza W 

Thompson, F. R 

I Powell, B«»rt 

Davis. Wlllard 

G Irani, Frank 

Lewis, C. A 



36086 

80080 

30000 

80001 

80002 

80008 

80004 

80066 

86060 

80007 

80068 

80069 

86070 

80071 

86072 

80078 ! 

80074 

80075 

36076 
86077 
86078 
86079 
80080 
80081 
30082 
30083 
36084 

35086 
86066 
80150 
80157 
38158 
30159 
38170 
88171 
36279 



80281 
80282 
30283 
80284 



Broslg, John I 

Card, J. H 

Davis, W. L 

MoNary, W. D 

Savage, A. T. 

Pat ton Bros. 

Bernardl A Dunsford— 
Commercial Cream Co._ 

Salem Ice Co 

Guerne, C. ■ 

Hpldell, C. E 

Spldell, Bertha 

Kasmusaen, N. P 

Griffith, L. W 

Krausse Bros 

Steel hammer A Yantls. 

Boeschen, C. W — i 

Widdershelm, George..! 

Dickey, J. A 

Stauffer, Jacob: , 

House Furnishing Co— 

Mlddleton Hat Co 

KuflTner, An tone 

Wulfemeler, William- 
Allen, R. D i 

Moody, Z. F i 

Savage, A. T I 

8avage, Mrs. Allen 1 

Stockton A Co., J. L—.| 

Murphy, Chas. A i 

BurkhardtCo., W. H.„ 
Capital Improvement 

Low*, wrs.~~~~~~~ 

Shafer, F. E 

Brown, Frank M 

Gilbert A Co., R. D 

Goodale Lumber Co.— . 
Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.~ 

Whitney, J. R 

Petsel, M. J._ 

Independence Cream- ; 

ery 

Pacific Pulp Plaster Co. 

Wiggins, F. A 

Zlnn. W. W 

Smith, C. L._ 

Butler A Co., D. L 

Hughes Co., John 

Churchill, M.B.__. 

Weller Bros 

Woestfeld, G. A 

Brown, D. T 

Wright, Mrs. J. G 

Ramsey, Nellie 

Moore, Arthur 

Haas, J. H 



Attendant, female wards 

Subscriptions, stationery, etc. 

121 pounds butter 

1,472 pounds caustic -. 

Atteudant, male wards 

do 

:-~II~Ido™III™~I"™I~ 
do 

Attendant, male wards, Cottage 

Farm 

Attendant, male wards, Cottage 

Farm 

Farm help, Cottage Farm ! 

do 

do 

1 bay mare 

183 pounds butter 

Stationery, etc 

Plumbing materials 

Butter 

Hauling 288 cords wood 

Attendant, male wards 

Attendant, female wards 

Labor and team hire 

Porter 

Shoes, etc. 

do 

Chief cook 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

100 cords wood 

Furniture, carpets, etc. 

12 dozen hats 

150 cords wood 

50 cords wood 

1 cow 

288 pounds butter 

Rental of lands 

Dry goods 

Plumbing wore 

Subscriptions 



Cedar posts 

Stall ren 

Harness sundries 

Lumber and mill work 

Paints, glass, etc. * . 

Lumber 

Paper, ruling, binding, etc „| 

Printing blanks, etc. I 

Plumbing materials 



3,880 pounds butter 

tons pulp plaster 

Sundry farming implements.. 
400 pounds candy 

1 cow 

Fire extinguishers 

Groceries 

Attendant, female wards 

Groceries 

Attendant, male wards 

Farmer 

Attendant, female wards 

do _ 

1 cow 

Spectacles ._ 



97 98 
74 10 
80 80 

50 06 
111 29 
117 50 

19 35 
107 00 

96 57 

97 60 

86 19 



106 48 


69 35 


70 16 


22 58 


150 00 


89 90 


47 85 


182 04 


1,997 85 


104 20 


283 00 


128 39 


85 00 


58 00 


100 00 


111 70 


170 40 


225 00 


120 00 


120 00 


825 00 


417 86 


48 00 


505 50 


162 50 


25 00 


85 00 


50 00 


15 00 


59 82 


78 5* 


47 05 


21 75 


000 


18 40 


109 25 


284 30 


330 75 


08 85 


248 98 


229 45 


9i0 47 


108 00 


71 05 


32 00 


33 00 


162 00 


4,613 7« 


120 00 


1,979 04 


116 IS 


1*) 00 


87 K»i 


108 ST 


25 00 


21 50 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



228 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



Date. I *•• •/ 
' warrant. 



1906 




July 12 


36292 


12 


36294 


12 


36296 


12 


36300 


12 


36301 


12 


36311 


12 


36316 


12 


36319 


12 


36320 


12 


36321 


12 


36322 


12 


36336 


12 


86337 


12 


36338 


12 


36339 


12 


36340 


12 


36341 



In whose favor. 



For What expended. 



12 36342 
12 ! 36346 
12 36354 



36356 
36380 
36381 
36382 
3IMS3 
36*84 
86385 
3KiS6 
36H87 
3«i388 

86389 

38390 
86391 

36392 



13 


36394 


13 


36395 


13 


86396 


13 


86397 


13 


86399 


13 


36400 


13 


36398 


13 


36401 


13 


36402 


13 


36403 


18 


36404 


13 


36405 


13 


86406 


13 


86407 


13 


86408 


13 


30409 


13 


36410 


13 


89411 


13 


36412 


13 


3*413 


13 


36414 


18 


36415 


13 


36416 


13 


36417 


13 


86418 


13 


36419 


13 


36420 



8 paulding Logging Co., 

The Cbas. K 

Putnam, G. W 

Brown, Frank M 

Rigdon, W. T.._ 

Mason & Baker 

Corrlgan, M. F._ _. 

Moser, J. A 

l>ang <fc Co 

Aegerter, Walter 

Boggs, G. V 

Hargrove, T. L 

Wade & Co., R. M 

Fitts, W. 8.. ... 

Tbatcher, K. A 

Baker, Pearl 

Winslow, Helen _„ 

Willamette Valley 

Prune Association 

Glle&Co., H.8.-._ 

KufFner, Antone 

Citizens Light & Trac- 
tion Co 

Martin, J. M._ _. 

Chamberlain, Geo. E._- 

Dunbar. F. I.— 

Moore, Chas. S 

Albers Brow. Milling Co. 

Brown, Frank M. 

Barr, Theo. M._ 

Basey, R 

Capital Drug Co 

Capital Stables .. 

Citizens Light A Trac- 
tion Co 

Commercial Cream Co.. 
Corvallis A Benton 

Flouring Mills _. 

Fitts, W. S..._ .... 

Fleckensteln, Mayer <fc 

Co... 

Fry, Daniel J 

Fuller & Douglas... 

Gilbert & Co., R. D 

Gile&Co., H.8 

Hushes Co.. John 

Irwin-Hodson Co 

House Furnishing Co._- 
Journal Publishing Co.. 
Lamport Saddlery Co., 

E.8 

Loewenberg* Going Co. 

Looney, D. H 

Meyers <fc 8ons. Joseph 
Mitchell, Lewis & 8ta- 

ver Co 

Murphy, J. E._ 

Patton Bros 

Petzel, M.J 

Pohle & Bishop 

Putnam A Co.. G. W... 

Robbins, W. H 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F... 

8alem Ice Co 

Salem Iron Works 

Salem Oregon States- | 

man ; 

8alem \V oolen Mills | 

Store ' 

Savage, A.T... , 

Shafer. F. E 

Spauldlng Logging Co., 
The Chas. K... _i 



Lumber 

Drugs, etc 

Lumber and mill work 

Burial expenses 

Conveying corpse from Turner — 
Capture and return of runaway. 

610$ cords wood 

Groceries ■. 

Attendant, male wards. 

— do 

do 

Hardware, etc. 

Fish, eggs, etc. 

Druggist 

Attendant, female wards 

do. 



14,000 pounds prunes 

Crackers, brooms, etc.. 
30 cords wood 



Lighting and supplies. 

Laundryman 

Salary, trustee 

.do"" 



Rolled oats, wheat, etc.. 

Lumber 

Plumbing materials 

40 gallons naiholeum 

Drugs. _ 

Stall rent 



Lighting and fixtures.. 
Butter, eggs™ 



229 barrels flour- 
Fish, eggs 



Alcohol, wine, etc.. 

1.000 pounds chloride of lime- 
Groceries 

Groceries, etc 

177 pounds crackers 

Groceries, etc. 

Blank books, etc. 

49 yards carpet 

Publishing ad for supplies 



Harness sundries.. 

Castings 

419 pounds butter.. 
Dry goods 



Farming machinery sundries.. 

Drain tiling 

stationery _ 

Plumbing materials 

Repairs to back 

Drugs, etc 

Rental of steam engine 

Ruling blanks, etc 

Ice __ 

Castings, iron work, etc 



Publishing ads for supplies.. 



Clothing, etc 

441 pounds butter- 
Harness sundries.. 



Lumber ... 



549 v> 

85 :>> 

5b 7S 

SS (10 

5 CO 

10 00 

2,075 TO 

3,523 :*» 

112 59 

116 l:> 

105 (JO 

130 93 

649 10 

150 «0 

94 Si 

49 s0 

210 no 

190 20 
101 10 

1,182 15 
127 74 
750 00 
150 00 
150 00 
110 00 

n >n 

9 90 
7H 00 
36 75 

4 59 

1,187 20 

211 95 

75* 3* 
161 94 

164 JO 

57 50 
82 24 
72 1* 
10 62 

262 £> 

5 75 
61 10 

5 50 

16 25 

24 50- 
N3 •-* 

15 95 

21 70 

16 42 
20 25 

7 OH 
14 <> 
34 75 

4 .50 
16 40 
41 NS 

25 53 

58 35 

10 00 

110 25 

12 45 

61 45 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



229 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



Date. 


So. of 




varrant. 


lflOti 




uly 13 


36121 


13 


86422 


13 


36423 


V6 


36424 


13 


36125 


13 


36126 


13 


36427 


13 


86128 


13 


36429 


13 


36430 


13 


36431 


. 13 


36432 


13 


36433 


13 


36434 


13 


36435 


13 


36436 


13 


36437 


13 


36476 


17 


36542 


17 , 


36543 


17 


36544 


17 


36545 


17 


36546 


17 


36547 


17 


36548 


J7 ' 


36549 


17 


36550 


17 


36551 


17 


36552 


17 


36553 


17 


36554 


17 


36555 


17 


36574 


17 


36575 


17 


36576 


17 


36577 


17 


36578 


17 


36584 


17 


36591 


17 


36593 


17 , 


36594 


17 i 


36595 


17 


36596 


17 


36597 


17 


36598 


17 , 


36599 


17 


36600 


17 


H6604 


17 


36608 


17 


36611 


17 , 


36625 


17 , 


36626 


17 


36627 


17 


36628 


17 


36629 


17 


36637 


24 


36865 


24 


86871 


24 


36873 


24 


36877 


24 


36878 


24 ; 


36879 


24 


36880 


24 | 


36881 


24 


36882 


24 


36883 


24 


36884 


24 


36885 


24 


36886 


24 


36887 



In tekoee favor. 



Spencer Hardware Co._ 

Stelner's Market 

Steusloff Bros „ 

Stockton A Co., J. L.„ 

Wade, Pearce A Co 

Weller Bros. 

Western Union Tele- 
graph Co 

White & Son, D. A 

Wiggins, F. A _.. 

Will, George C , 

Wilson A Maurer 

W r right, J. G _._. 

Gesuer, B. B 

I Bullock, J. L | 

Mitchell, J.M.l ! 

Skiff, Mark 

Witzel, W. A 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Cleaver, C 

Wilce, W 

l Wllce, Augusta __ 

! Blesen, W. J 

Zaeneker. Lena 

Wilson, Mrs. Frona .. 

Cochran, E. P. 



For what expended. 



Hardware 

210 dozen eggs 

Meats, bacon, hams. 

Dry goods 

Hardware 

Groceries 



I Sweeney Surgical Mfg. 

! Co _ 

Wade A Co., R. M 

Witzel, C. C - 

SteinerA Berger.__ i 

Fltts, W.S , 

Wade, Pearce A Co 

, Steiner's Market 

i Calbreath, J. F.,Supt.__ 

do :.... 

1 .do 

-do i 

Steelhamraer A Yantis. 

Savage, L. A. 

Savage A Fletcher^ 

Westen house, W. W....J 

Powell, Raymond i 

Irwin, W. J. | 

Irwin, Belle__ ___, 

Pugh, W. I> I 

Schlndler, Emll 

Salem Flour. Mills Co.__ 

Steiner's Market i 

Spencer Hardware Co._i 

Herren, L. M 

Goodale Lumber Co.— I 
Calbreath, J. F., Supt— 

do 

do 

Riely, Amelia C _. 

Irwln-Hodson Co. 
Pacific States T. A T. Co.! 
Western Union Tel. Co J 

Kuffner, An tone 

Bradley, M 

Dally, Jessie 

Frysiie, Louise ;. 

Fryalle, Abbie 

Wood, S.__ 

Calbreath, J. F 

Noren, John- 

Steichen, Nick 

O'Mara, J. F 

Ro8s,8. M 

Gesner, B. B 



Telegraphic services 

Seeds 

Mower, baggy top, etc. 

Sewing machine, etc 

Gopher guns, repairs, etc. 

Cash advanced, sundry claim s_ 

150 cords wood ~J '.. 

50 cords wood 

50 cords wood 

300 cords wood 

30 cords wood .; 

Crockery, etc. 

Attendant, male wards 

— -do.. 

Attendant, female wards 

i""i™"doiii"ri"™:i"ii"" 
do 

Attendant, male wards 



Surgical Instruments 

Hardware 

100| cords wood 

10 gallons paint 

Chickens, eggs 

Hardware 

Fish, poultry, eggs 

Payroll of employes, June, 1905... 
Payroll of employes, Feb., 1906™. 

Payroll of employes, Oct., 1905 

Payroll of employes, March, 1906. . 

100 pairs shoes 

Hauling 87| cords wood 

Seeds, plants, etc 

Attendant, male wards 

do._. 

Supervisor 

Attendant, female wards 

82J cords wood 

7 cows 

200 barrels flour 

760 dozen eggs 

Hardware 

Final payment for stumpage 

Lumber 

Payroll of employes, July, 1905 

Payroll of employes, Aug., 1905 

Payroll of employes, Sept., 1906 

Payroll of employes, Dec., 1905 

Rental of lands 

Record books, etc 

Phone service 

Telegraphic service 

230 cords wood 

Attendant, female wards 

do 

_ — . do..._ 

do 

Attendant, male wards 

Salary, superintendent 

Farmer, Cottage farm 

216 cords wood 

35 cords wood 

I horse 

376 cords wood- 



93 04 
46 95 

1,020 42 
10 69 
15 75 
33 35 

9 22 

70 73 

83 90 

13 65 

18 75 

22 02 

427 50 

175 00 

172 50 

840 00 

75 00 
20 27 

120 00 
120 00 
113 66 
112 50 
112 50 

76 77 
112 50 

845 

54 36 
276 65 

12 50 
261 82 

63 47 
603 47 
6,934 76 
6,831 19 
6,877 52 
6,766 90 

157 60 
87 50 

13 15 
105 00 

75 00 
180 00 
120 00 
279 26 
135 00 
782 00 
192 00 
38 23 
125 00 
509 46 
6,922 66 
6,869 54 
6,90b 99 
6,806 36 
300 00 
115 00 
150 85 
50 05 
747 40 
104 98 
97 86 

94 23 
3 IB 

120 00 
625 00 
150 00 
756 00 
119 00 

158 00 
916 25 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



230 



Eeport of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exfubit No. 149— Continued. 



For whmt exp*nd*d. 



July 24 
H 
24 
24 
M 
21 
24 
94 
» 

24 
:« 
!M 
JM 

24 

21 

24 

24 

24 

24 

21 

•M 

Ji 

21 

24 ' 

24 

24 

21 

■J I 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

24 

J I 

m 

2t 
2ft i 
25 

25 



25 

2". 
25 
25 
IBS 

as 

25 
25 

2,-1 

as 

2,'. 

'.'■-. 

25 
2-i 
25 
25 
25 



3HKMI 
SftSflu 

sew i 



■;■-. 

:•■■ 
25 



M 



Bullock, J, L.„. 
.do. 



8rtK97 
M9N 
3tiW9 
ftflQOO 
8«W0l 
MUM 
3^f 

HftMj 
8N*17 
3<*MX 

Htiwai 

Mil 3 

;-ih:i[i; 
3W*29 
WMOO 
;M«U 
HHM2 
Wtt 
wmi 

amtw 
mMa 

3*J072 
BST73 

WJH7« 
HtttfTT 

ftfflHI 

B«J07 

ftroun 

37012 
87010 

am ik 

R704* 
HTOiiO 
37051 
S7W2 
97058 

RTOm 
970W 

070U0 

S707H 

^T07 _ » 

3Ti:si 



On Irk, John-. .... 

Hammer, A. H— _. 

Barnes, Orla H._^.^ . , , 

Worley, J. M,.„ 

Benedict, W. A - 

Bender, W. H 



Quinn, F. M 

Simpson, Ed 

Bbaw, E K 

Peterson, Chris. ,„. 

Euvder, F. E* . 

HLrun*, O, W _ - 

Nr^h. y\ T. _ L 

Walker, R. E „ . 

HcCormlckp C + C ,_. . 

Edmond^ou, Archie—. . 

Hallidiiv* K. O 

OuInn.Mra. K. M — | 

Km M^f*. W i Ilium... 

Raymond, S. E, . 

HtielU Paul H 

Capital Soap Works 

Pugll, W. li. 

Helilafer, John 

Albert, Luuiu ___.; 

Kleiner A Berger 

Hreynmn Leather Co*.. 
Ft oh bins. Win wood. ___ 

The Spa 

Fry, Francis M 

Whi1i.>* Co., R. M 

Armstrong, W. H. . 

Hogg*, EJuc ~_ 

HnrrlttA ljnvrence_._ 
Capital ttoap Work*—. 

Base?, it 

Wlselander, s 

Ketl, James . 

Litchfield, Geo. F 

Kenton, Ft, H ,_,. 

Page, H.lt. 

Mar! In. Marv 

Mu'litii-M, Gertrude.... 

Blescn, \V, M. 

HMlem ft-un Store 

The Duck Brand ( to- 

Bureu Jt HamllUjn 

Citizen*- L.&T, Co. .... 

Arthur* Co., J. M 

llllhbrtr, F. J... 

Hftfer Bnis 

W['»tner t U, W _ 

HteinerV Market _. 

Ma stick A C«. + ChuK. [,.. 

Runcorn, O.J 

Capital liniirovem't Co, 
House Kurn1fililiift(*«t... 
salr>iii Flouring Mills ■ 

Co 

Whitney, J. K 

Boulllrtrd, Helen 

Fruit Palace. The., i 

Meyer* A Soiin, Jd-v 

Mi'Haflle, Lulu ., ' 

fark, A. C 

Calbreath, L F „, 

Wrlffhr, J. U 

H<-ll. H. E....... | 

Honey man Hardware 

Co. ,„ , , .^ — Locks. 



idant, male wards i f 

m\\\ cords wood, stum page ' 

BaRementman ! 

\i I- ridant, male wards 

Kh 1 valor man 

a 1 1< ndant, male wards 

iii^iii"doi~""iiii"""iziir™i 

do. 

... . ™IIdo™LII~ IIIIZIZIIZIZIIIIIl! 

.„. do .... 

.._ do 

Attendant, female wards... 

Attendant, male wards 

do. 
do. 



i\um pounds soap 

27^ n)rds wood _. 

121^ cords wood 

during 28l# cords wood 

6 gallons paint _. 

1 hi (her and findings 

Kent of steam engine 

< :i 3i> lies and nuts . .• 

LliOi cords wood 

lliiniware, binding twine, etc.. 

Attendant, male wards 

Atit-ndant, female wards 

i i-<"'eries 

80 boxes soap -. 

Napiholeum 

vnriidant. male wards 

Mjiitwdtcnman 

Night attendant, male wards.. 

idant, male wards 

do 

Nk'htwatch woman 

Attendant, female wards 

striking bag, etc 

Hospital blankets 

Furniture, carpets, etc — 

LliEh ling and fixtures- 

I'nmp valves, etc 

Gtostl advanced for freights 

i ' ibl ishing ads for supplies 

Map of Oregon 

Kv'gN— -- 

Leather, etc. - 

I horse — 

Cement, lime, etc 

Furniture, etc 



Hnin and shorts 

Printing blanks, etc.— 

Attendant, female wards.. 

Crockery 

Dry goods 

Attendant, female wards.. 

Attendant, male wards 

siimlrv cash advances 

• do._ 

Attendant, male wards 



112 50 
574 00 

lans* 

89 OH 
«0 4K 

11 •> 

75 00 
W> 50 
130 00 
112 50 
109 13 
100 40 
10K74 

m-j» 

112 50 

114 5t> 

10S ¥1 

ll>> 5H 

107 tK 

105 00 

10M S2 

120 00 

112 50 
72 00 
H3 00 

4:»52 

281 75 
« 2o 
18 25 
49 00 
58 15 

550 t» 

615 J0» 

1^5 00 

5 H5 

131 90 

108 00- 

217 90 

57 86 

180 00 

lib U 

120 00 

122 02 

120 00 

OH 75 

101 2> 

9 50 

1S« 00 

549 JO 

1.2T7 70 

I .3* 
21 00 

224 40 

1 9."> 

10S 90 

313 8S 

12.5 00 

21 70 

17 47 

61*7 ! M> 

10S 59 

J«) 40 

7 *5 

287 :*) 

II HI 
110 OS 
5J#> 20 
32ti 32 
120 0l> 

14 »i5> 



Digitized by VjOOQLC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



231 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149- Continued. 



No. of 



In who** favor. 



Pot what atptndtd. 



1908 




July 27 


37188 


27 


37146 


27 


37147 


Tt 


37149 


27 


37166 


27 


37156 


27 


37158 


27 


37181 


28 


37186 


28 


37187 


28 


87188 


30 


37189 


80 


37190 


SO 


37191 


SO 


37198 


30 


37201 


30 


87*208 


30 


37212 


SI 


87214 


81 


87244 


31 


87347 


81 


37248 


Aug. 1 


87255 


2 


37257 


2 


37281 


2 


37282 


2 


27283 


3 


37288 


3 


87288 


3 


87271 


3 


37272 


8 


87278 


4 


87275 


6 


37285 


6 


87288 


6 


37287 


« 


87291 


tt 


87292 


6 


37293 


6 


87295 


7 


87300 


7 


, 37318 


7 


87816 


7 


1 87319 



f 



Long, A.G 

GUlen-ChamberH Co.— 

Abbott A Church i 

Morris, R. N | 

Loewenberg A GolngCo. 
Journal Publishing Co.. 

Medical Sentinel 

Rothchlld Bros , 

Basey, Robert 

Baker, Lawrence A I 

Baker 

do. I. 

Mitchell, W. E 

Geraugbty, J. J. . 

Gerig, Jacob 1 

Balfour, Guthrie A Co.. 

The Oregonlan ' 

Albeni Bros. Milling Co. 

Ramsden, C. J. , 

Hobson, Frank 1 

Pacific States T. A T. Co., 

Gauld-KUne Co \ 

8telchen. Nick 

Houston, J. A. 

McCornack, Mrs. E. P 

Ashford, Irene 

Smith, J. V 

Rlgdon, W. T i 

Read. 8. W 

Von Behren. H. C 

Llese, G. M 

Brown. Mrs. J. C 

Ridings, F. J 

T. P. A. Pocket Guide-' 

Moore, A. H. 

H organ, Emily 

Mlnger, John 

Griffith, L. F 

Tamlesle, A. E. 

Washburn, Emma 

Lip pen co tt Co., J. B. — - 
Calbreath, J. F., Supt— 

Walker. C. H 

Ashford, Robert 

Calbreath, J. F- — 



—I Fire hose., 



Asbestos cement 

Wire fabrics 

Threshing grain 

Castings 

Publishing ad for supplies- 
Subscript Ions. 

Liquors 

Naptholeum and polish 



87320 do. 



7 


37321 


8 i 


37844 


8 i 


87345 


8 


87340 


8| 


87347 


8 


87848 


8 


87849 


8 'l 


37350 


8 1 


37351 


8 


87352 


8 ' 


87353 


8 


87354 


8 


87855 


<* 1 


87356 


8 


87857 


8 ' 


87358 


8 


87859 


8 


87380 


8 


87361 


8 , 


87362 


8 


87383 


8' 


87384 



Wright, J. G 

Lea Bros. A Co. 

Armour A Co _. 

Baker, Lawrence A i 

Baker — | 

Bernard! A Dunsford— 
BurghardtCo./TheW.H.i 

Calbreath, J. F._ — I 

Capital Improvm't Co.. 
Commercial Cream Co.. ( 
Corvallis A Benton I 

Flouring Mills 

Cross, E. C 

Fendrlch, George , 

Fltts, W.8. | 

Fuller* Douglas ■ 

Hofer Bros 

Hughes Co., John | 

Lang<& ('<>.._ 

Looney, D. H. 

Mastlck A Co . Chas. L.. | 

Morgan, C , 

Murphy, Chas. A 

The Oregonlan— 



Groceries ' 

—do 

Attendant, male wards I 

do I 

150 cords wood 

Flour and feed 

Publishing ad for supplies 

Rolled oats, etc 

1 cow i 

Attendant, male wards 

Phone service l 

Building materials ' 

427f{ cords wood 

Attendant, male wards i 

1 cow 1 

Attendant, female wards 

60 cords wood • 

Casket handles, etc 

Engineer, Cottage Farm i 

5 cows 1 

100 blackberry roots 

1 cow and calf 

Capturing runaway patient , 

3 copies of guide ' 

Assistant carpenter 

Attendant, female wards ] 

Gardener 1 

First assistant physician ■ 

Second assistant physician 

Attendant, female wards | 

Medical works 

Payroll of employes, July, 1908 

Carriage trimmings I 

Baker 

Cash advanced returning home | 

discharged patients 

Cash wrecking plumbing "fairl 

buildings" 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Subscriptions to medical pubs. ' 

1,908 pounds ham 

Groceries ' 

Plumbing materials ; 

Stationery ! 

Expenses returning patients h'rae. 

Sand | 

714 lbs. butter... __ 

204 lbs. flour 

Ham and bacon 

Meats 

Fish, eggs __ 

Groceries- — 

Publishing ad. for supplies 

Groceries 

do_ 



719 lbs. butler 

Leather and finding^ 

Labor and team hire 

Plumbing work 

Publishing ad. for supplies.. 



850 
11 25 
59 75 
97 80 
82 97 

24 40 
2 00 

278 55 

71 50 

40 10 
92 92 

111 29 

107 27 

510 00 

1,395 90 

49 20 
1,418 00 

35 00 
88 88 
39 20 

41 88 
1,490 20 

120 00 

25 00 
14 58 

175 00 

4 85 

192 90 

150 00 

10 50 
35 00 

300 

800 

135 00 

72 50 
116 13 
450 00 
300 00 
115 85 

4 00 

7,045 84 

18 75 

180 00 

8 85 

297 89 

71 39 

4 00 

237 54 

til 48 
1K2 85 

42 15 

50 75 

11 25 
1K7 88 

878 2tt 
124 91 

IH") 95 

132 87 

8-15 48 

57 40 

at* 20 

52 15 
179 15 
328 81 
45 00 
<t0 00 
11 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



Date. 


A'©. «/ 




warrant. 


vm 


_„ 


Aug. S 


37305 


K 


37866 


H 


37367 


8 


37368 


8 


37369 


8 


37370 


8 


37371 


8 


37872 


8 


37373 


8 


37374 


8 


37875 


8 


37376 


8 


37377 


8 


37378 


8 


37379 


8 


37380 


8 


37381 


s 


S7382 


s 


37383 


8 


37384 


8 


3738.') 


8 


37386 


S 


37387 


S 


37388 


8 


373*9 


8 


37390 


8 


37391 


8 


37392 


8 


37393 


8 


37394 


8 


3739.") 


8 


37396 


8 


37397 


s 


3739S 


8 


37401 


8 


37102 


9 


37410 


9 


37412 


«,) 


37413 


9 


37436 


9 


37438 


t» 


37463 


10 


375.80 


10 


37531 


11 


87546 


11 


H7547 


18 


37555 


13 


37556 


13 


87557 


13 


37559 


18 


37.564 


18 


37565 


].-> 


37567 


15 


3756S 


15 


3757-' 


15 


37573 


-J I 


37690 


-21 


37691 


22 


3765)3 


->> 


37H96 


•j J 


37(597 


27 


871819 


•>y 


37700 


27 


87702 


^7 


377<t? 


27 


37701 



In tckote favor. 



Pacific Slates T.&T.Co.-; 

Rlely, Amelia C -J 

Roth <fc Graber i 

Savage, A. T ' 

Shafer, F. E._ _ 

Singer Sewing Machine i 

Co _„ ! 

Smith, Frank 



For what expended. 



Spaulding Logging Co., 
The Chas. K.. 



Phone service I $ 

Rental of lands ! 

Groceries 

400 lbs. butter— _ 

Harness sundries ! 



1 sewing machine 

Returning runaway patients. 



Spencer Hardware Co.-, 

Stelner's Market I 

Stollz & Co.. Gideon j 

United miut«*s Fidelity 

A U tiara fiU* Co | 

Wnde, Pi •un -i- & Co, 

Wilier Bros 

Whlinev, .1. K ! 

Wright, J* G*. ' 

Ge^r, T. T. - 

Jeffferaciti, <L A 

Oubortie, H. B 

Raraadeu, \Y. T 

Robert*. H. E 

Sltiienil. W. li I 

Wood,./. I 

Geri». N. .. — - 

Gerig, 1*. J 

Cienner, a B 

Kntlm i\ Anhnie __ I 

Mltcbeu, J M 

P'lch, w. d — - 

Skirl. M.rkS _._ 

H la utter, Jacob 

Gilbert, Thomas H 

Sntmirilnn Hospital 

ZevSfl, Kihvurd 

Sitlein Flouting Mills 

Mteusloff Bros.— __ 

Robnett,.!. H 

Day, A. E 

United States Fidelity 

A Guarantee Co _J 

H n li *(ein & Son, J 

Durilup, K. A 

I J. n. i. ion &Co., Peter. 

Simeral, R. W..„ _.! 

Gerig, \ T ick. 

lilk^>, /adoc, .1 _. . 

i 'upHiii Drug Co i 

Gilbert t Co., R. D 

Wiirm-i A Co., W. B 

O'Mam, H 1 

Applegate Chemical Co. 

FIuMjjji^am, Wm 

Brandt, Lena , 

Bean, Mable 

I Gerowe, S — j 

1 Armstrong, J. W 

I Armstrong, Mrs. L 

! Mission Soap & Candle 

I Works 

t Kppley, C. M 

Me A 1 pin, Marteana 

I Harr, Theo. M 

Ashby, J. B 

Damon & Foster 

Looney, D. H 

MePberson Co., W. G.__ 

Strang, A. K 

Boch ringer, Fnmk 



Lumber 

Hardware, etc. 

360 dozen eggs 

603 gallons vinegar . 



Premium on bond of Supt 

Hardware, etc 

Groceries 

Printing blanks 

Cash advanced, sundry bllls. 

2 cows 

1 cow... 

—do _._ 

-do.— 

-do. 

4 cows 

1 cow 

50 cords wood 

100 cords wood 

25 cords wood „ 

50 cords wood 

100 cords wood 

do_ 

400 cords wood 

150 1 2 cords wood 

Painter _. 

Hospital service— 

Carpenter 



40,020 lbs. bran .._ 

2,582 lbs. beef 

Third assistant physician. 
1 cow. 



Premium on bond of Supt— ___ 

Iron wheel, etc. . 

Attendant, male wards 

Garden and flower seeds 

Assistant engineer, cottage farm. 

50 cords wood 

Drugs 

—do __„ 

Paints, oils, etc 

Painting hack — 

Attendant, male wards 

4 lbs. indelible ink 

Attendant, male wards 

Attendant, female wards 

Seamstress ._ 

Attendant, female wards 

Attendant, male wards 

Attendant, female wards 



1,3H0 lbs. can stic 

50 lbs. baking powder 

Attendant, female wards. 

Plumbing materials 

I bay horse 

Hggs 

Butte r 

Royalty on 87 iron beds 

Engineer 

Brick mason 



33 25 
1.50 (JO 



100 to 

23 K) 


37 50 
2 HO 


2* *> 
319 S» 
78 00 
96 4S 



SO 00 
243 7S 
840 19 
3"J > 
23(0 
60 00 
30 00 
S5 t« 
25 00 
35 00 
120 00 
35 00 
170 00 
310 00 
71 25 
170 00 
Mo m 
339 oo 
1,120 00 
519 22 
141 94 
2 00 
180 00 

370 is 

149 70 

255 00 

30 00 

30 00 

4 12 

120 00 

59 91 
105 00 
170 00 

53 00 

23 20 
179 42 

27 50 
SI 

32 00 
108 71 
115 00 

80 33 
107 68 
127 50 
112 50 

46 24 

12 50 
105 ft) 

77 53 
217 00 

85 44 
1,750 *i 

87 00 
300 00 
119 03 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



233 



STATEMENT VI-Exiiibit No. U9- Continued. 



Data. 1 


Ao. of 




warrant. 


1006 





Aug. 29 


37707 


30 


37731 


Sept. -1 


37742 


4 


37753 


6 ! 


37796 


6 


37797 


6 


37798 


6 


37799 


6 


37800 


6 


37801 


6 


37802 


6 


37808 


6 


37804 


6 


37805 


6 


37806 


6 1 


37807 


6 


87808 


6 


37809 


6 


37810 


6 


37811 


6 


37812 


6 


37813 


6 


37814 


8 


37815 


6 


37816 


6 


37817 


6 


37818 


* ; l 


H7819 


6 1 


37820 


6 


37821 


6 i 


37822 


6 


37823 


6 


37824 


6 ( 


37825 


fit 


37826 


6 


37827 


6 


37828 


ef 


37829 


6 


37830 


6 1 


37831 


«l 


37832 


tJ ! 


37833 


6 , 


37834 


6 ! 


37835 


6 , 


37836 


«l 


37837 


6 ' 


37838 


6 : 


37839 


6 


37840 


« 


37841 


6 i 


37842 


6 


37843 


8 


37884 


11 1 


.37894 


11 


37895 


11 , 


37896 


18 | 


38001 


18 


38039 


Oct. 1 ■ 


38112 


o i 


38294 


5 


38295 


r> 


38296 


5 


38297 


ft 


38298 


r» 


38299 


5 


38300 


5 


38301 


5 


38302 


ft 


38308 


ft 


38304 



In tcho*t favor. 



: Riddle, W. H._ 

, White & Son, D. A i 

Calbreath, J. F., Supt.__ 

Wilson <fc Ma u re r _. 

Conn, R. W 

McDonald, G. C 

Murphy, C. A « 

8ims,J.F._ 

Clark. VV. B..._ _.„ 

Frame, W. L 

Gerig, P. J 

! Gesner, B. B j 

1 Grusing, Henry 

Kleen, D 

Mitchell. J. M 

Moser, J. A — 

i Pugh. W. D - 

Rasmussen, P. H 

Roth, William- 

Rumer, A. H 

Skiff, Mark 

. Slocum, L 

! Vrles, Fred De 

Wilzel, \V. A _.__ 

, Zielinski,A 

Balfour, Guthrie <fc Co.. 
Calbreath, J. F — 

« Capital Drug Co 

Capital Imp. Co 

Commercial Cream Co.. 

| Cross, E. C 

Fendrich. George 

, Fltts, W.s 

I Gilbert* Co., R. I) 

Goodale Lumber Co..__ 

Gueme, C 

Hughes Co., John— 

Looney. D. H 

Pacific Electric Co ' 

Patton Bros _ _ 

Petzel, M. J 

Bobbins, W 

Salem Box Factory 

Salem Flouring Mills I 

Co 

Savage, A. T 

Savage, George 

Spaulding Logging Co., 

The Chas. K 

Spencer Hardware Co.., 

Wade, Pearce <fc Co ' 

Waters, George E < 

WellerBros 

Wright. J. G 

Stelner's Market 

Keanely, Hannah 

Stewart, Sarah 

Johnson, Lydia 

Rafter, Harriet 

Morris, R.N 

Calbreath, J. F., Supt.-J 

Bartruff, C.J 

Clarke, W. B 

Frame, \V. L 

Fryslie, N._ 

1 Gerig, Jacob. 

Gerig,Joe._ 

I Gerig. X , 

Gerig, P. J. 

. Gesner, B. B 

■ Kleen, D 

> Kuffner, Antone 



For it hoi expended. 



Attendant, male wards 

Feed, seeds, etc. 

Payroll of employes, Aug., 1906-- 

Repairs, ammunition, etc. 

Carpenter work 

do 1 

Plumbing work 

Carpenter work I 

50 cords wood I 

40 cords wood I 

270 cords wood . 

125 cords wood 

4K1 cords wood I 

100 cords wood I 

100 cords wood 

208J cords wood , 

100 cords wood __| 

514 cords wood ( 

150 cords wood | 

52ft cords wood 

400 cords wood 

I02JJ cords wood I 

35 cords wood j 

40 cords wood . 

50 cords wood— ! 

22J barrels flour _' 

Expenses returning patients home.| 

Drugs, etc.. 

Sand, lime, etc | 

Butler ' 

Hams and bacon 

Beef, mutton 

Fish, eggs I 

Paints, oils, etc ' 

Lumber, shingles, etc 1 

Hauling 61 cords wood 

Groceries, etc 

349 pounds butter.. _ 

Electrical apparatus 

Stationery 

Plumbing materials 

Baling hay 

100 bushel boxes 

200 barrels flour 

393 pounds butter 

Returning runaway patient 



Lumber ' 

Hardware 

do._ I 

4,500 pounds tobacco ! 

Groceries , 

Cash advanced, sundry bills i 

Fish and eggs 

Attendant, female wards | 

do„ 

do 

Stenographer 

Threshing grain ' 

Pay roll of employes, Sept. 1906 

99 cords wood I 

50 cords wood ' 

25 cords wood . 

205 cords wood.. __, I 

99 cords wood j 

491 cords wood- ! 

9HA cords wood — 

28J cords wood 

10U cords wood 

101 j cords wood 

100 cords wood • 



114 29 

496 75 

6,991 96 

29 87 

51 00 
27 50 
58 00 

60 00 
142 50 
108 00 
918 00 
356 25 
166 89 
350 00 

345 00 
730 62 

339 00 
179 38 
508 50 
183 97 

1,120 00 
359 40 
122 15 
150 00. 
175 00 
74 25 
101 10 
465 72 

61 25 
302 61 
135 60 
823 90 
210 75 

31 30 
201 17 

61 00 
2,070 85 

79 41 
220 

43 60 
201 15 

41 25 

13 75 

656 00 
98 25 
2 50 

H79 08 
83 01 

52 99 
1,200 00 

69 95 

33 35 

356 64 

118 57 

73 21 

'83 71 

150 00 

254 92 

6,762 37 

334 62 

142 50 

67 .50 

717 50 

346 5o 
173 2f> 
336 6« 

95 62 
285 00 
356 12 

340 00 



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234 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibjt No. 149— Continued. 



Date. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1906 




Oct. 5 


38305 


5 


38806 


5 


88307 


5 


38308 


5 


38309 


5 


38310 


5 


38311 


6 


88312 


5 


38313 


5 


38814 


5 


8831ft 


5 


38316 


5 


38317 


o 


88318 


5 


38319 


5^ 


38320 


5 


88821 


5 


88822 


5 


88323 


5 


88824 


5 


38325 


5 


88326 


5 


88327 


5 


88328 


5 


88329 


5 


88380 


5 


38831 


5 


38332 


5 


38383 


5 


88384 


5 


38335 


5 


38336 


5 


88337 


5 


88388 


5 


38389 


5 


38340 


5 


38341 


5 


38342 


5 


38343 


5 


38344 


5 


38345 


5 


38346 


5 


38347 


6 


38318 


5 


3*349 


5 


38350 


5 


38351 


5 


38352 


5 


38353 


5 


383ft4 


5 


38355 


5 


3H356 


5 


38357 


5 


38358 


5 


3*359 


5 


38300 


ft 


88361 


ft 


3S362 


ft 


3*363 


ft 


88364 


o 


88365 


13 


88887 


13 


.38848 


1ft 


3K851 


20 


.'{8914 



In who** favor. 



Pugh, W. D J 

Kosser, Albert 

Sandahl, Ole 

Seifer, Mike ! 

Skiff, Mark i 

Slough, John 

Conn, R. W._ I 

Murphy, C. A. i 

Slinn, J. F._ I 

A pplegate Chemical CoJ 
Baker, Lawrence A Ba- . 

ker I 

Barr, Theo. M i 

Basey, R I 

Bernard! & Dunsford— 

Brown, Frank M 

Buren A Hamilton.. 
Calbreath, J. F 



.Co.. 



Capital Im 

Carter, J. \v 

Commercial Cream Co.. 

Cross, E. C _. 

Fendrich, George 

Fltts,W. S 

Fleischner, Mayer A Co. 

Fraser, A. L 

Fry. Daniel J 

Fuller <fc Douglas 

Gilbert A Co., R. D 

Haas, J. H 

Hughes Co., John 

Hurley, Mrs. A 

House Furnishing Co... 

Kohn A Co., Chas 

Lamport Saddlery Co., 

E. S. _ 

Loe wen berg A Gol ng Co. 

Low. W. S._ 

McClane, Mrs. J. L 

Mitchell, Lewis A Sta- 

ver Co. 

Oregon Shoe Co. 

Pohle A Bishop. 

Portland General Elec- 
tric Co._ ... . 

Portland Iron Works.. 
Putnam Co.. G. W 

Roth A Graber 

Salem Ice Co 

Salem Water Co. 

Savage. A. T I 

Spauldi ng Logging Co., i 

The Chas. K._ ..I 

Spencer Hardware Co.J 

Stelner's Market 

Stockton A Co., J. L..__i 

Taylor, W. A ' 

Wade. Pearce A Co 

Weller Bros I 

Western Union Tel. Co.J 

Wiggins, F. A , 

Will, George C I 

Wilson A Maurer 

Wright, .I.G 

Yanils, D. R^_ | 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Looney, D. H i 

Savage, A. T 

Gerig, Nick 

Savage, A. T i 



For what expended. 



ftOcords wood i $ 

18 cords wood 

104 cords wood I 

50} cords wood. _ 1 

100 cords woi>d I 

141 cords wood ' 

Carpenter work I 

Plumbing work __ | 

Carpenter work j 

4 pounds indelible ink 



Groceries 

4 boxes tin— _ 

40 gallons naptholeum 

Plumbing mate rials 

Mouldings, etc... . 

Furniture 

Cash advances, returning patients 

home 

10 barrels cement 

Boarding runaway patient 

1,260 pounds butter. 

Hams and bacon 

Beef.— 

Fish, eggs 

Cioth, drygoods. etc 

71*^ squares of tin roof 

Drugs 

Groceries 

Glass, paints, etc 

Spectacles, etc. 

Groceries 

16 dozen ladies hats 

Furniture, carpets, etc. - 

Brandy- 



Harness sundries.. 

Castings 

Stall rent 

1 cow 



Farming machinery sundries.. 

12 pairs rubber boots 

Sundry wagon materials 



Light and fixtures.. 
Overhauling pump.. 

Drugs 

Groceries 

Ice 

Water service 

225 pounds butter.... 



Lumber 

Hardware 

90 dozen eggs _ 

Dry goods _. 

2 cows 

Hardware _ 

Groceries 

Telegraphic service 

Farming machinery sundries.. 

Sewing machine sundries 

Sundry repairs 

Cash advanced, sundry bills 

14 dozen pairs shoes, etc 

Crockery 

335 pounds butter 

1,207 pounds butter... 

97 cords wood— _ 

182 pounds butter _ _. 



Total amount expended J 327\J>51 84 



169 50 
63 00 
339 19 
177 62 
280 00 
476 40 
57 00 

100 00 
57 00 
32 00 

101 V> 
72 00 
76 00 

57 35 
17 76 

142 8* 

27 20 

42 50 

10 00 

a5l 90 

82 rt& 

' 8^8 U\ 

213 54 

1,434 74 

794 37 

5 50 

29 47 
56 20 
25 25 

137 65 
48 00 
99 20 
16 75 

21 80 

12 30. 
4 50 

30 00 

103 80 
42 00 
8 95 

1,235 26 
50 65 
15 HO 

53 7S 

58 7S 
25 00 
63 lb 

71 75 
21 S7 

23 40 
34 H» 
70 00 
62 64 

24 SO 

13 94 
8 65 

39 10 

12 95 

10 7i'» 

283 t>0 

10 35 

92 IS 

518 00 

329 SO 

54 t» 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



235 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Concluded. 



DmU. ' H *' °f 



In who** favor. 



For tchat expanded. 



~T906 '*- 
April 3 
8 
8 

8 1 
3 
8 
8 i 

3 ' 
3 
3 

8 : 

10 

10 

Jane 9 

9 

Aug. 11 

14 

14 

Sept. 7 

14 

Oct- 10 

Nov. 9 

1906 
Feb. 10 

April 6 
6 



82 

87 
115 
130 
184 
183 
190 
191 
198 
199 i 
200 
203 
200 
398 
436 
644 
648 
914 
9521 
967 ! 
1084 , 
1056 
1242 1 
1383 I 



Walling, Harry | 

Shepard, E. J , 

Ooodell, Manley 

Waddeii, D. M | 

Cornell, Frances 

Buster, Claude ' 

Dickey, Mrs. Lottie i. 

Park, Gussie ' 

Snell, 8. M , 

Snell, P.K ' 

Burton, Ted , 

Fryslle, N : 

McFarlane, William I 

Dugan. W. F 

Meier <fe Frank Co 

Smith A Co., C. D. 

Yokohama Tea Co... 

Edwards. Thomas 

Savage, A. T 

Yokohama Tea Co. 

Meier A Frank Co 

Holt, A. F 

Smith, F. M 

Shaver, J. R. 



Porter ' S 

Assistant baker , 

Attendant, male wards 1 

do 

Matron 1 

Attendant, Cottage Farm 1 

do 



.do. 



1868 Calbreath, J. F 

1900 Meier A Frank Co. 

1909 ! Sonthwlck, A. R 



Cook, Cottage Farm _ 

Assistant cook, Cottage Farm- 
Attendant, Cottage Farm 

Dairyman, Cottage Farm 

Farm help, Cottage Farm 

Pipe . .1 .!.-. 

prygoods, etc 

Metal polish 

Crockery 

2,300 pounds cheat hay 

449 pounds butter .. 

Crockery, etc 1 

Crockery 

1 cow 

8 loads straw. _ 

Hire of conveyance 



Cash advanced returning patients 

home, etc. 

Drygoods, crockery, etc 

1 cow 



i 



Total outstanding "certificates of evidence of allowance of claim" $ 2,908 67 



14 91 

ex si 

107 66 
99 23 
150 00 
105 00 
S9 03 
102 74 
210 00 
120 00 

74 19 
117 42 

72 40 

75 00 
454 14 

600 

29 84 

12 65 

112 25 

31 97 

130 00 

27 50 

4 00 

600 



26 55 
637 46 
25 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 150. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 



(For the payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing new wing; for 
additional buildings, new lavatories, nerv heating plants, and betterments, 
and for the purchase of additional lands for the Ore- 
gon State Insane Asylum.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 % 87,250 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 10,885 76 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906.. % 78,364 24 

(Chapter 229, Laws 1905.) 



So. of 
warrant. 



In tckote favor. 



For what expended. 



T9W - 1 ~~ 

June 20 ! 35520 



July 9 
27 

Aug. 6 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



36087 
37145 
37296 
87403 
87404 
87406 
37406 
37407 



9 87408 
9 I 37409 I 



Spencer Hardware Co._.l 
Petzel, M. J | 

Gi lien -Chambers Co | 

Van RangeCo.,TheJohnj 
Bernard! <fc Dunsford— 

I Capital Improvem't Co.! 

I Kress, F. T I 

Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.., 

1 Spauldlng Logging Co., 

i The C'bas. K.-_ i 

Van Wagner, Chas. H.- 
Walker, W. E 



I 

Hardware _ 8 47 25 

Plumbing materials I 43 04 

Asbestos covering 9 19 

Cookers, etc _ ' 325 00 

116 feet sewer pipe | 26 IK 

Sand, lime, cement ■ 74 b0 

Guarding prisoners 24 00 

Four tons pulp plaster , 84 60 

Lumber, lath i 46 91 

Brlckmason _ _ I 60 00 

Guarding prisoners , 24 00 



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228 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149- Continued. 





Date. 


No. of 
warrant. 




1900 




J 


uly 12 


36292 




12 


36294 




12 


86290 




12 


30300 




12 


3W301 




12 


80311 




12 


30310 




12 


36319 




12 


30320 




12 


30321 




12 


36322 




12 


30330 




12 


36337 




12 


36338 




12 


36339 




12 


36340 




12 


30341 




12 


36342 




12 


36316 




12 


86354 




12 


36350 




13 


36380 




18 


36381 




13 


36382 




13 


303S3 




13 


36<84 




13 


30385 




13 


30380 




18 


30387 




13 


36388 




13 


36389 




13 


38390 




13 


36391 




13 


86392 




13 


36393 




13 


86394 




13 


36395 




13 


36396 




13 


86397 




13 


36399 




13 


36400 




18 


30398 




13 


36401 




13 


36402 




13 


86403 




13 


86404 




13 


36405 




13 


30406 




13 


36407 




13 


36406 




13 


36409 




13 


86410 




13 


39411 




13 


36412 




13 


36413 




13 


36414 




13 


86415 




13 


36410 




13 


86417 




13 


36418 




13 


36419 




13 


86420 



In whose favor. 



For ithat expended. 



Spaulding Logging Co., 

The Chas. K _._. 

Putnam, G. W. 

Brown, Frank M. 

Rigdon, W. T 

Mason & Baker 

Corrlgan, M. F.. 

Moser, J. A._ 

Lang & Co 

Aegerter, Walter 

Boggs, G. V 

Hargrove, T. L 

Wade & Co., R. M 

Fltts.W.S 

Thatcher, K. A 

Baker, Pearl 

Winxlow, Helen __ 

Willamette Valley 

Prune Association 

GJle&Co., H.S.. 

K u finer, Antone 

Citizen h Light & Trac- 
tion Co 

Martin, J. M. _. 

Chamberlain, Geo. E._. 

Dunbar, F. I.... 

Moore, Chas. S .- 

Albers High. Milling Co. 

Brown, Frank M 

Barr, Theo. M._ .... 

Basey, R 

Capital Drug Co 

Capital Stables 

Citizens Light & Trac- 
tion Co 

Commercial Cream Co.. 
Cor vail Is A Benton 

Flouring Mills. 

Fltts. W.S 

Fleckenstein, Mayer & 

Co... _. 

Fry, Daniel J 

Fuller* Douglas 

Gilbert* Co., R. D 

Gile&Co., H.S 

Hughes Co.. John 

Irwln-Hodson Co 

House Furnishing Co.._ 
Journal Publishing Co.- 
Lamport Saddlery Co., 



Lumber 

Drugs, etc.. 

Lumber and mill work. 

Burial expenses _ 

Conveying corpse from Turner.. 
Capture and return of runaway. 

HI0J cords wood 

Groceries : 

Attendant, male wards 

do_ 

do 

Hardware, etc ._ _. 

Fish, eggs, etc _ 

Druggist 

Attendant, female wards 

..do — 



14,000 pounds prunes 

Crackers, brooms, etc.. 
30 cords wood 



Lighting and supplies. 

Laundry man 

Salary, trustee 

""""do."""" """"' 



LoewenbergA Going Co, 

Looney, D. H 

Meyers <fe Sons, Joseph. 
Mitchell, Lewis * Sla- 
ver Co. 

Murphy, J. E 

Patton Bros 

Petzel, M. J... 

Pohle & Bishop 

Putnam & Co., G. W.— 

Robbins, W. H ... 

Rodgers & Co., Geo. F.- 
Salem Ice Co 

Salem Iron Works 

Salem Oregon States- 
man 

Salem Woolen Mills 

Store 

Savage, A. T _. 

Shafer. F. E._ 

Spauldlng Logging Co., 
The Chas. K 



Rolled oats, wheat, etc.. 

Lumber 

PI umbi ng materials 

40 gallons nalholeum 

Drugs 

Stall rent 



Lighting and fixtures. 
Butter, eggs 



229 barrels flour- 
Fish, eggs _. 



Alcohol, wine, etc 

1.000 pounds chloride of lime- 
Groceries _, 

Groceries, etc 

177 pounds crackers — __. 

Groceries, etc 

Blank books, etc. 

49 yards carpet. __ 

Publishing ad for supplies 



Harness sundries.. 

Castings.. 

419 pounds butter.. 
Dry goods 



Farming machinery sundries. 

Drain tiling „ 

Stationery 

Plumbing materials 

Repairs to hack 

Drugs etc.. _ 

Rental of steam engine 

Ruling blanks, etc 

Ice.. 

Castings, iron work, etc 



Publishing ads for supplies.. 



Clothing, etc 

441 pounds butter- 
Harness sundries.. 



Lumber . 



549 *5 

85 ;*5 

5* 78 

K* OU 

5 OO 

lO 00 

2,075 70 

3,52* *> 

112 50 

llti ];> 

105 (X) 

13") U3 

049 10 

150 OO 

04 S4 

40 *0 

*2W 00 

100 20 

101 10 

1,182 15 

127 74 

750 OO 

150 00 

150 on 

llu OO 

1", SS 

!*» 

7ti 00 

36 75 

4 50 

1,187 20 
211 95 

758 3S 
161 94 

164 20 

57 50 
32 24 
72 is 
10 62 

262 2> 

5 75 
61 10 

5 .50 

16 25 

24 50- 

m : -S 

15 95 

21 70 

16 42 
20 25 

7 00 
14 S5 
84 75 

4 ,50 
16 40 

41 HS 

25 53 

58 35 

10 00 
110 25 
12 45 

61 45 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



229 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149- Continued. 



No. 0/ 



In tekote favor. 



For what expended. 



iMOb 



July 



13. 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 
J3 
13 
13 
. 13 
13 
JS 
13 
13 
13 
13 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 . 
17 
17 

17 
17 
17 

V , 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 , 

17 ! 

17 

17 

17 

17 I 

17 

17 

I 7 , 
17 . 
17 
17 

S' 

17 , 

17 

17 

17 

17 

17 

24 ' 

24 

24 

24 1 

24 

24 ' 

24 

24 ■ 

24 

24 

24 ' 

24 

24 

24 



36121 ' 
36422 I 
36428 ' 
36424 I 
86425 . 
36126 I 
36427 , 

3642K , 
36429 
36430 ! 

mm . 

36432 1 

36433 I 
36184 , 

36435 I 

36436 1 
36437 
36476 I 
36542 

36543 ' 

36544 , 
36545 
36546 : 
36547 

36548 ' 

36549 J 

36550 
3655 1 
3655* 
36553 
36551 
86555 
3*674 I 
86575 
86576 I 

36577 I 

36578 I 
36584 I 
36591 , 
86593 I 
36594 I 
36595 
36596 j 
36597 

36598 ' 

36599 I 
36600 
86604 I 
36608 , 
36611 I 
36625 i 
86626 1 
36627 
36628 
36629 
36637 
30865 1 
86871 
36873 ( 
36877 I 
36878 
36879 I 
36880 

36881 , 

36882 1 
30883 1 
36884 I 
36885 



36887 



Spencer Hardware Co.-: 

Stelner's Market 

Steusloff Bros 

Stockton & Co., J. L 

Wade, Pea roe <fc Co | 

Weller Bros 1 

Western Union Tele- I 

graph Co 1 

White & Son, D. A 

Wiggins, F. A ! 

Will, George C 

Wilson A Maurer 

Wright, J. O.. 

Gesuer, B. B 

Bullock, J. L 

Mitchell, J.M.: 

Skiff, Mark 

Witzel, W. A 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Cleaver, C 

Wllce, W 

Wllce, Augusta 

Blesen, W. J 

Zaeneker. Lena 

Wilson, Mrs. Frona 

Cochran, E. P 

Sweeney Surgical Mfg. 

Co 

Wade & Co., R. M 

Witzel, C. C.~ 

SteinerA Berger. 

Fltt«, W.S.._ - 

Wade, Pearce A Co 

Steiner's Market 

Calbreath, J. F., Supt— 

:::::::::::d2:"~::::::::: 

do 

Steel hammer & Yantis. 

Savage, L. A 

Savage & Fletcher 

Westenhouse, W. W. 

Powell, Raymond 

Irwin, W.J. „ 

Irwin, Belle 

Pugh, W. D. 

Schindler, Emil 

Salem Flour. Mills Co.__ 

Steiner's Market. __ 

Spencer Hardware Co._ 

Herren, L. M 

Goodale Lumber Co.... 
Calbreath, J. F., Supt.— 
do 

"Rfely^AmelTa C.llll III". 
Irwin- Hod son Co. 
Pacific States T. & T. Co. 
Western Union Tel. Co. 

Kuffner, An tone 

Bradley, M 

Daily, Jessie.— 

Fryslle, Louise 

Fryslie, Abble 

Wood, S 

Calbreath, J. F._„ 

Noren, John 

Steichen, Nick. 

O'Mara, J. F 

Ross,S. M 

Gesner, B. B. 



Hardware 

240 dozen eggs— _ 

Meats, bacon, hams. 

Dry goods 

Hardware 

Groceries 



Telegraphic services 

Seeds 

Mower, buggy top, etc. 

Sewing machine, etc. 

Gopher guns, repairs, etc 

Cash advanced, sundry claims.. 

150 cords wood. _ *.. 

50 cords wood 

50 cords wood 

300 cords wood 

30 cords wood _.! 

Crockery, etc 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

Attendant, female wards 

.do 

do 

do 

Attendant, male wards 



Surgical instruments 

Hardware 

100| cords wood 

10 gallons paint 

Chickens, eggs 

Hardware - 

Fish, poultry, eggs 

Payroll of employes, June, 1905—. 
Payroll of employes, Feb., 1906—. 

Payroll of employes, Oct., 1905 

Payroll of employes, March, 1906. 

100 pairs shoes. 

Hauling 87J cords wood 

Seeds, plants, etc 

Attendant, male wards 

do. _ 

Supervisor. 

Attendant, female wards 

S24 cords wood 

7 cows... 

200 barrels flour __ 

760 dozen eggs 

Hardware 

Final payment for stum page 

Lumber 

Payroll of employes, July, 1905.... 
Payroll of employes, Aug., 1905— . 
Payroll of employes, Sept., 1905— . 

Payroll of employes, Dec., 1905 

Rental of lands— 

Record books, etc 

Phone service 

Telegraphic service 

230 cords wood 

Attendant, female wards 

do— 

do— 



.do- 



Attendant, male wards. 
i Salary, superintendent.. 

1 Farmer, Cottage farm 

f 216 cords wood 

I 35 cords wood 

I horse 

J 376 cords wood 



93 04 
46 9.3 

1,020 42 
10 09 
15 75 
83 35 

9 22 
70 73 
83 90 
13 65 
18 75 
22 02 
427 50 
175 00 
172 50 
840 00 

75 00 
20 27 

120 00 
120 00 
113 66 
112 50 
112 50 

76 77 
112 50 

8 45 
54 36 
276 65 

12 50 
261 82 

63 47 
603 47 
6,934 76 
6,&3l 19 
6,877 52 
6,766 90 

157 60 
87 50 

13 15 
105 00 

75 00 
180 00 
120 00 
279 26 
135 00 
732 00 
192 00 
38 23 
125 00 
509 46 
6,922 68 
6,869 54 
6,906 99 
6,806 36 
300 00 
115 00 
150 85 
50 05 
747 40 
104 98 
97 86 

94 23 
3 '.« 

120 00 
625 00 
150 00 
756 00 
119 00 

158 00 
916 25 



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230 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. \4»— Continued. 



Date. 1 


No. of 




warrant. 


1900 i 




July 24 


36889 


24 


36890 


24 


36892 


24 


36893 


24 


36894 


24 


36895 


24 


36X96 


24 


36897 


24 


36898 


21 


36899 


24 


36900 


24 


86901 


24 


36902 


24 


36909 


24 


36904 


24 


36906 


24 


36906 


24 


36907 


24 


86908 


24 


36909 


24 


36910 


24 


36911 


24 


86912 


24 


86913 


24 


86914 


24 


36915 


24 


86916 


24 


86929 


24 


86930 


24 


36931 


24 


86932 


24 


36933 


24 


36931 


24 


36961 


24 


86962 


24 


36963 


24 


86964 


24 


36965 


25 


86972 


25 


36973 


25 


86974 


25 


36975 


25 


36976 


25 


86977 


25 


36978 


25 


36981 


25 


36983 


25 


86986 


25 


36990 


25 


36997 


25 


87000 


25 


37012 


25 


37016 


25 


37048 


25 


37019 


25 


37050 


25 


37051 


25 


87052 


25 


37053 


25 


37054 


25 


87055 


25 


37058 


25 


37059 


25 


37060 


25 


37072 


25 


37073 


25 


37074 


25 


87075 


26 


37125 


27 


37131 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



Bullock, J. L 

do 

Quirk, John 

Hammer, A. H 

Barnes, Orla H 

Worley. J. M 

Benedict. W. A 

Bender, W. H 

Quinn, F. M 

Simpson. Ed 

Shaw, E K 

Peterson, Chris 

Snyder, F. E 

Hlrons, G. W 

Nash, F. T._ 

Walker, R. E _.._ 

McCormlck, C. C 

Edmondson, Archie... 

Halllday. E. O t ._ 

Quinn.Mrs. F. M 

Entress, William.- 

Raymond, S. E._ .. 

Snell, Paul B 

Capital Soap Works 

Pugh, W. D 

Schlafer, John 

Albert, Louis 

SteinerA Berger... 
Breyman Leather Co— 
Robbins, Win wood 

The Spa 

Fry, Francis M 

Wade & Co., R. M._ 
Arm strong, W. H._ 

Boggs, Eflae 

Harrittdt Lawrence 

Capital Soap Works. 

BaKey, R 

Wiseiander, S 

Neil, James 

Litchfield, Geo. F 

Fen ton, H. H 

Page, H.R 

Martin, Mary. 

Litchfield, Gertrude 

Blesen, W. M 

Salem Gun Store. 

The Duck Brand Co 

Buren & Hamilton 

Citizens' L. & T. Co 

Arthur* Co., J. M 

Dunbar, F. I 

Hofer Bros 

Wentner, G. W 

Hteiner's Market— 

Mastlck & Co., Chas. L.. 

Runcorn, O.J __. 

Capital lmprovem't Co. 
House Furnishing Co... 
Salem Flouring Mills* 

Bouillard, Helen 

Fruit Palace, The 

Meyers & Sons, Jos 

McHaffle, Lulu.. _. 

Park, A. C 

Calbreath, J. F.. _. 

Wright, J. G _. 

Bell, H. E 

Honeyman Hardware 
Co ' Locks.. 



Attendant, male wards 

5194 cords wood, stum page- 
Basement man... _ 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

Elevator man .. 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

do 



. do. 
_do- 
_do_ 
.do. 
.do.. 



_do. 
.do. 
_do. 
.do.. 



Attendant, female wards... 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

do 

2,000 pounds soap 

274 cords wood 

126f cords wood 

Cutting 281| cords wood 

5 gallons paint. 

Leather and findings 

Rent of steam engine. 

Candles and nuts .• 

2004, cords wood 

Hardware, binding twine, etc.. 

Attendant, male wards.. 

Attendant, female wards 

Groceries 

80 boxes soap 

Naptholeum 

Attendant, male wards 

Nlghtwdtchman _. 

Night attendant, male wards.. 

Attendant, male wards 

_.do.. 

Nigh twatch woman 

Attendant, female wards 

do. 



Strlklng bag, etc 

Hospital blankets 

Furniture, carpets, etc ■. 

Lighting and fixtures-— 

Pump valves, etc 

Cash advanced for freights.. 
Publishing ads for supplies . 

Map of Oregon 

Eggs- - - 

Leather, etc _„*. 

1 horse 

Cement, lime, etc 

Furniture, etc _ 



Bran and shorts 

Printing blanks, etc 

Attendant, female wards.. 
Crockery 

Drygoods 

Attendant, female wards. 
Attendant, male wards- 
Sundry cash advances 

Attendant, male wards 



112 50> 
574 00 

129 \» 

89 0> 
60 48 
11 » 
75 00 

112 .50 

130 00 
112 5l> 
109 13 

100 40- 
10* 74 

111 29 

112 50 
114 56 
10* 46 

108 58 

107 m 
105 00 

109 82 
120 00 
112 50 

72 00 

93 09 

430 52 

281 75 

6 25 

13 25 
49 00 
58 15 

550 68 
615JO 

135 00 
5 65 

131 90 

108 00 
217 90 

57 86 
180 00 
116 13 
120 00 
122 02 
120 00 

9* 75 

101 25- 
9 50 

136 00 
549 JO 

1,277 70 

1 38 

21 00 

224 40 

1 95 

108 90 

313 KS 

125 00 

21 70 

17 47 

697 ?0 
10S 59 

90 40 

7 35 
287 30 

11 HI 

110 OS 
59H 20 
326 32 
120 00 

14 65- 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



231 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. USi- Continued. 




87188 I. 

87189 

87190 

37191 

37198 

37201 

37208 

S7212 

87*214 

37244 

37347 

87248 

87265 

37257 

37261 

87282 

27263 

37286 

87268 

87271 

87272 

87278 

87275 

37285 

87286 

87287 

87291 

37282 

87293 

87295 

87300 

37313 

87815 

37319 



7 | 37320 



30 


87189 1 


30 


87190 


80 


37191 1 


30 


37198 j 


30 


37201 


30 


37208 


30 


37212 


31 


37214 


31 


37244 


31 


37347 


31 


87248 


1 


87255 


2 


37257 


2 


37261 


2 


87262 


2 


27263 


3 


37266 


a 


87268 


3 


87271 


8 


87272 


3 


87278 


4 


87275 



7 I 
« i 

8 I 

8 ! 
8 

5- 1 

Si 

»l 
8 

8 I 
8 I 

8 

8 1 

8 I 
8 
8 ' 

8 I 
81 



37321 
87344 
87345 
87346 

87847 
87348 
87349 
87350 
37351 
37352 

37858 
37354 
37855 
37856 
87857 
87358 
87359 
37360 
37361 
87862 
87363 
37364 



In who** favor. 



Long, A.G 1 

Gi Hen-Chambers Co.— i 

Abbott A Church i 

Morris, R. N._ 

Loewenberg A GoingCoJ 
Journal Publishing Co-i 

Medlcal Sentinel ' 

Hothchild Bros 

Basey, Robert 

Baker, Lawrence A 

Baker 

-do 

Mitchell, W. E 

Geraughty, J. J 

Gerig, Jacob 

Balfour, Guthrie A Co.. 

The Oregonian 

Albere Bros. Milling Co., 

Ramsden, C. J. I 

Hobson, Frank 

Pacific States T. A T. Co. 

Gauld-Kline Co 

Stelchen. Nick 

Houston, J. A. 

McCornack, Mrs. E. P.. 

Ashford, Irene. 

8mlth, J. V 

Rlgdon, W. T 

Read. 8. W 

Von Behren, H. C 

Liese, G. M 

Brown, Mrs. J. C 

Ridings,F. J 

T. P. A. Pocket Gulde- 

Moore, A. H 

Horgan, Emily 

Mlnger, John 

Griffith, L. P 

Tamiesle, A. E 

Washburn, Emma 

Lippencott Co., J. B 

Calbreath, J. F. f Supt— 

Walker. C. H 

Ashford, Robert 

Calbreath, J. F 



For what expanded. 



T 



.do. 



Wright, J. G — 

Lea Bros. A Co. 

Armour A Co 

Baker, Lawrence A 

Baker— _ 

Bernard! A Dunsford— 
BurghardtCo./TheW.H. 

Calbreath, J. F 

Capital Improvm't Co.., 
Commerclal Cream Co._| 
Corvallis A Benton 

Flouring Mills 

Cross, E. C._. 



Flre hose ' 8 

Asbestos cement i 

Wire fabrics 

Threshing grain | 

Castings ■ 

Publishing ad for supplies i 

Subscriptions 

Liquors ._ | 

Naptholeum and polish 



Groceries 

—do 

Attendant, male wards 

do 

150 cords wood 

Flour and feed 

Publishing ad for supplies. 

Rolled oats, etc 

1 cow 

Attendant, male wards. 

Phone service 

Building materials. 

427tf cords wood 

Attendant, male wards. 

1 cow _ 

Attendant, female wards 

60 cords wood 

Casket handles, etc. „ 

Engineer, Cottage Farm 

6 cows 

100 blackberry roots. 

1 cow and calf 

Capturing runaway patient 

3 copies of guide 

Assistant carpenter 

Attendant, female wards 

Gardener 

First assistant physician 

Second assistant physician 

Attendant, female wards 

Medical works 

Payroll of employes, July, 1908 

Carriage trimmings 

Baker. 

Cash advanced returning home 

discharged patients — __. 

Cash wrecking plumbing "fair 

buildings" — 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Subscriptions to medical pubs 

1,908 pounds ham.. 



Fendrich, George 

Fitts, W. S 

Fuller A Douglas 

Hofer Bros - 

Hughc»s Co., John 

Lang A Co 

Looney, D. H 

Mastlck A Co . Chas. L. 

Morgan, C 

Murphy, Chas. A 

The Oregonian. 



Groceries 

Plumbing materials • 

Stationery ' 

Expenses returning patients h'me_| 

Sar.d _„ 

714 lbs. butter I 



204 lbs. flour _ 

Ham and bacon 

Meats 

Fish, eggs 

Groceries 

Publishing ad. for supplies.. 
Groceries 



_do. 



719 lbs. butter. 

Leather and findings 

Labor and team hire 

Plumbing work 

Publishing ad. for supplies.. 



8 50 
11 25 
50 75 
97 80 
82 97 

24 40 
200 

278 55 

71 50 

40 10 
92 92 

HI 29 

107 27 

510 00 

1,395 90 

49 20 
1,418 00 

35 00 
86 86 
39 20 

41 88 
1,490 20 

120 00 

25 00 
14 58 

175 00 

4 65 

192 90 

150 00 

10 50 
35 00 

300 

800 

135 00 

72 50 
116 13 
450 00 
300 00 
115 85 

4 00 

7,045 34 

18 75 

180 00 

8 85 

297 69 

71 39 

4 00 

237 54 

<U 4« 
1S2 35 

42 15 

50 75 

11 25 
1«7 88 

(>7tJ 28 

124 91 

685 95 

132 S7 

845 48 

57 40 

'Mi 20 

52 15 

179 15 

323 81 

45 00 

WOO 

11 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



urn | 



Aug. 



37365 
37366 



8 


37367 


8 


37368 


8 i 


37369 


8 


37370 


8 


37371 


8 


37372 


8 


37373 


8 


37374 


8 


37375 


8 


:f7376 


8 


37377 


8 


87378 


8 


37379 


8 


37380 


8 


37381 


S 


87382 


8 


37388 


8 


373S4 


8 


3738.') 


8 


37386 


8 


37387 


S 


37888 


8 


37389 


8 


37390 


8 


37391 


8 


37*92 


S 


37393 


s 


37394 


s 


37395 


s 


37396 


S ' 


37397 


s 


37398 


8 


37401 


8 


37402 


9 


37410 


9 


37412 


9 


37413 


9 


37436 


9 


37438 


y ; 


87463 


10 


37530 


10 


37581 


li 


37546 


11 1 


87547 


13 ! 


37555 


13 


375.% 


13 


37557 


13 


37559 


18 


37564 


13 ' 


37565 


15 


37567 


15 


37568 


15 


37572 


15 


87573 


-21 


37690 


-J I 


37691 


22 


37693 


*>> 


37696 


22 


37697 


->7 


37699 


27 


37700 


27 . 


37702 


27 


37703 


27 


37704 



In tckoic favor. 



Pacific States T. <fc T.Co.. 

Riely, Amelia G 

Roth & Graber I 

Savage, A. T ! 

Shafer, F. E j 

Si ngerSewiug Machine 

Co ...J 

Smith. Frank I 

Spa Hiding Logging Co., 

TheChas. K ! 

Spencer Hardware Co..: 

Steiner's Market 

Stollz A Co., Gideon. 

United States Fidelity i 

<fc Guarantee Co I 

Wade, Pearce <& Co, I 

Weller Bros, 

Whitney. J. R ; 

Wright, . I. G — I 

Geer, T. T 

Jefferson, J. A. : 

Osborne, H. B I. 

Ramsden, W. T . 

Roberts, H. E._ __ 

Simeral. W. L 

Wood, J. L I 

Gerig, N : 

Gerig, P. J 

Gesner, B. B _.| 

Kuffner, Antone 

Mitchell, J. M 

Pugh, W. D 

Skiff, Mark S. .... _i 

Slauffer, Jacob 

Gilbert, Thomas H 

Samaritan Hospital ■ 

Zeyss, Edward | 

Salem Flouring Mills 

Co 

SteusIorT Bros , 

Robnetl. .!. H j 

Day, A. E- - 

United States Fidelity 

& Guarantee Co _j 

Brounstein & Son, J • 

Dunlap, K. A 

Henderson <fe Co., Peter., 

Simeral, R. W._ _J 

Gerig, Nick. I 

Riges, Zadcc, J. ' 

Capital Drug Co I 

Gilbert. & Co., R. D ! 

Warner & Co., W. B I 

O'Mara, H. 



For what expended. 



Phone service 

Rental of lands.—. 

Groceries 

400 lbs. butter 

Harness sundries.. 



Returning runaway patients. 



Lumber 

Hardware, etc. 

360 dozen eggs __ 

603 gallons vinegar . 



Premium on bond of Supt 

Hardware, etc ___ 

Groceries ._ 

Printing blanks 

Cash advanced, sundry bills. 

2 cows 

1 cow 

...do 

-do _ 

-do 

4 cows „ 

1 cow 

50 cords wood 

100 cords wood _. 

25 cords wood 

50 cords wood „ . 

100 cords wood 



.do. 



400 cords wood 

150 % cords wood. 

Painier. 

Hospital service- 
Carpenter. 



40,020 lbs. bran 

2,582 lbs. beef 

Third assistant physician. 
I cow 



Premium on bond of Supt 

Iron wheel, etc. _ __. 

Attendant, male wards... 

Garden and flower seeds 

Assistant engineer, cottage farm.. 

50 cords wood— _ ._ _. 

Drugs... 

do. 



Applegate Chemical Co. 

Flamlngam, Wm 

Brandt, Lena. 

Bean, Mable 

Gerowe, S _. 

Armstrong, J. W 

Armstrong, Mrs. I, 

Mission Soap & Candle 

Works 

Eppley, C. M 

MrAlpin, Marteana 

t Burr, Theo. M — 

Ashby, J. B 

I Damon <fc Foster 

Jjooney, D. H 

McPherson Co., W. G._. 

i Strang, A. K 

Boeh ringer, Frank 



Paints, oils, etc. 

Painting hack 

Attendant, male wards 

4 lbs. indelible ink 

Attendant, male wards 

Attendant, female wards. 

Seams tress 

Attendant, female wards.. 

Attendant, male wards 

Attendant, female wards.. 



1,360 lbs. caustic 

50 lbs. baking powder 

Attendant, female wards. 

Plumbing materials 

I bay horse 

Eggs 

Butter 

Royalty on 87 iron beds 

Engineer 

Brickmason 



33 25 
150 00 

85 7K 
100 00 

23 80 

37.50 
2 00 

28 tf) 

349 89 

78 00 

90 4S 

30 00 
243 7S 
849 19 

32 28 

23 00 

60 00 

30 00 

35 00 

25 00 

35 00 

120 00 

35 00 

170 00 

340 00 

71 25 

170 01) 

:«o00 

339 00 

1,120 00 

519 22 

141 94 

2 00 

180 00 

370 IS 
149 76 
255 00 
30 00 

30 00 

4 12 

120 00 

.59 91 
105 00 
170 00 

53 00 

23 20 
179 42 

27.50 
81 

32 00 
10S71 
115 00 

SO 33 
107 m 
VI? M 
112 50 

46 24 

12.50 
105 00 

77 53 
217 00 

S5 44 
1,7.50 S»i 

S7 00 
300 00 
119 OS 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



233 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



DmU. 

~ \m , 

Aug. 29 

30 

Sept. 4 

- 
6< 
6 

6 ' 
6 I 
6 
*> i 

*i 

(5 I 

H 

6 ' 
6 
6 i 

Si 

6 
8 i 



. So.»f | 
i uramutf . 



/» irAo«f favor. 



For tehat expended. 



Oct. 



fi ' 

6 

8 

Hi 

11 
18, 

18 ' 
1 



5 

5 

Si 

5 

5 ! 

5 

5 



37707 I Riddle, W. H._ 

37731 ! White & Sou. D. A 

37742 Calbreath, J.F.. Supt— 
37753 i Wilson <fc Muurer 

37796 Conn, R. W._._ __j 

37797 McDonald, G. C 

37798 Murphy, C A 

87799 Hints, J. F. 

37800 Clark. W. B 

37801 Frame, W. L._ 

37802 Gerig, P. J _ ____ 

37803 Gesner, B. B 

37804 Grusing, Henry _ 

3780ft ' Kleen, D 

37806 Mitchell. J. M 

37807 , Moser, J. A _- 

37808 Pugh, W. I) 

37809 Rasmussen, P. H 

37810 Roth, Williniii-. 

37811 Rumer, A. H 

37812 Skiff, Mark... 

37813 Sloeum. L._ — 

37814 Vrles, Fred De— _. 

37815 i Wilzel, W. A 

37816 ' Zlelinskl, A 

37817 Bal fou r, G u t h rie & Co. . 

37818 Calbreath, J. F 

87819 Capital Drug Co ___, 

37820 | Capital Imp. Co.. 

37821 i Commercial Cream Co._ 

37822 ' Cross, E. C 

37823 | Fend rich. George. 

37824 Fltts, W.S 

37825 Gilbert <fc Co., R. D 

87826 I Goodale Lumber Co.— 

37827 , Guerne, C 

37828 , Hughes Co., John 

37829 Looney, I). H- 

37830 Pacific Electric Co 

37831 I Patton Bros 

87832 ' Petzel, M. J 

37833 ' Robbins, W._ 

37834 ; Salem Box Factory 

37835 , Salem Flouring Mills 

' Co 

37836 Savage, A. T _. 

37837 I Savage, George 

37838 ' 8 pau 1 d t n g Loggi n g Co. , 

The Chas. K 

37839 I Spencer Hardware Co._ 

87840 Wade, Pearce A Co 

37841 | Waters. George E 

87842 : WellerBros ■ 

37843 Wright, J. G 

37884 Stei iter's Market 

37894 . Keanely, Hannah 

37895 I Stewart, Sarah 

37896 Johnson. Lvdia. 

38001 | Rafter, Harriet- 

38039 ' Morris, R. N 

38112 Calbreath. J. F., Supt.- 

38294 Bartruff, C. J.. 

38295 Clarke, W. B._ 

3K290 , Frame, W. L 

88207 Fryslie, N 

38298 Gerig, Jacob. 

38299 Gerig, Joe 

38300 Gerig. N 

38301 Gerig, P. J 

38302 i Gesner, B. B 

38303 ■ Kleen, I) 

38304 » Kuffner, Antonc 



Attendant, male wards i $ 

Feed, seeds, etc. . — ' 

Payroll of employes, Aug., 1908 I 

Repairs, ammunition, etc. I 

Carpenter work 

—do | 

Plumbing work ! 

Carpenter work I 

50 cords wood I 

40 cords wood 

270 cords wood 1 

125 cords wood ! 

4*1 cords wood I 

100 cords wood 1 

100 cords wood I 

20Sj cords wood , 

100 cords wood 

51 J cords wood 

InO cords wood 

52 /fc cords wood I 

400 cords wood 

I02}J cords wood I 

35 cords wood ' 

40 cords wood ■ 

50 cords wood 

22J barrels Hour _ :' 

Expenses returning patients home.! 

Drugs, etc 

Sand, lime, etc.. _ 1 

Butter 

Hams and bacon 

Beef, mutton _. I 

Fish, eggs 

Paints, oils, eic 

Lumber, shingles, etc I 

Hauling 61 cords wood I 

Groceries, etc I 

349 pounds butter . 

Electrical apparatus ! 

Stationery— j 

Plumbing materials 

Baling hay 

100 bushel boxes I 



200 barrels flour 

393 pounds butter 

Returning runaway patient. 



-I 



Lumber 

Hardware 1 

do ' 

4,500 pounds tobacco 1 

G roceries | 

Cash advanced, sundry bills , 

Fish and eggs \ 

Attendant, female wards 

do__ __i 

do 

Stenographer. I 

Threshing grain. _._ 

Pay roll of employes, Sept. 1906 , 

99 cords wood.. _ j 

50 cords wood. ; 

25 cords wood , 

205 cords wood n I 

99 cords wood 

494 cords wood 

96^ cords wood 

2xJ cords wood . 

100 cords wood - —I 

101 j cords wood j 

100 cords wood I 



114 29 
496 75 
6,991 96 
29 87 
61 00 
27 50 
58 00 

60 00 
142 50 
108 00 
918 00 
356 25 
166 814 
350 00 
345 00 
730 62 

339 00 
179 3S 
508.50 
183 97 

1,120 00 
359 40 
122 15 
150 00. 
175 00 
74 25 
101 10 
465 72 

61 25 
302 61 
135 60 
823 90 
210 75 

31 30 
201 17 

61 00 
2,070 85 

79 41 
2 20 

43 60 
201 15 

4i 25 

13 75 

656 00 

98 25 

2 50 

879 08 

88 01 

52 99 

1,200 00 

69 95 

33 35 

356 64 

118 57 

73 21 

'83 71 

150 00 

254 92 

6,762 37 

334 62 

142 50 

67 .50 

717 50 

846 5t) 

173 25 

330 6<> 

95 62 

285 00 

356 12 

340 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



234 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 149— Continued. 



No. of | 
warrant. 



In wku»9 favor. 



For what expended. 



| Amount. 



1906 

Oct. 5 

5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
6 
5 
5 
5 

5 

5 ! 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
ft 

5 
5 
5 

5 
5 
5 
5 
5 



38905 
38806 
88307 
38308 
38309 
38310 
88311 
38312 
88313 
38314 
38315 

88316 
38317 
38318 
38319 
38320 
38321 

88322 



Pugh, W. D.___ 
Kosser, Albert- 
Sandahl, Ole... 
Seifer, Mike- 
Skiff, Mark- 



Slough, John 

Conn, R. W 

Murphy, C. A.. 
Sims, J.F._ 



88324 
38325 
88326 
88327 
38328 
38329 



88884 
38335 



38340 
38341 
38842 

88343 
38344 



38340 
38347 
38318 
3K349 
38350 
38851 
88352 



ft 


38353 


ft 


38351 


6 


38355 


ft 


38356 


ft 


38357 


ft 


38358 


ft 


3*359 


ft 


38.360 


ft 


88301 


ft 


88362 


ft 


3*3b3 


ft 


8K364 


.1 


3*365 


13 


38*37 


13 


38818 


1ft 


3**5l 


20 


.38914 



Applegate Chemical Co.! 
I Baker, Lawrence & Ba- j 

I ker _ 

Barr, Theo. M i 

Basey, R | 

Bernardi & Dunsford— J 

i Brown, Frank M 

Buren & Hamilton 

Calbreath, J. F ___ 

Capital Imp. Co 

Carter, J. w 

Commercial Cream Co.. 

Cross, E. C 

Fendrlch, George 

Fttt8,W. S 

Fleischner, Mayer & Co. 

Fraser, A. L 

Fry, Daniel J 

Fuller A Douglas 

Gilbert & Co., JR. D 

Haas, J. H __ 

Hughes Co., John 

Hurley, Mrs. A 

House Furnishing Co.— 

Kohn & Co., Chas 

Loam port Saddlery Co., 

E. 8. _ 

Loe wen berg & Goi ng Co. 

Low. W. S 

McClane, Mrs. J. L. 

Mitchell, Lewis & Sta- 

ver Co.. _ 

Oregon Shoe Co. 

Pohle & Bishop 

Portland General Elec- 
tric Co 

Portland Iron Works— 
Putnam Co., G. W.._ 

Roth dfc Graber 

Salem Ice Co 

Salem Water Co. 

Savage, A. T 

Spaulding Logging Co., 

The Chas. K 

Spencer Hardware Co. 

Stelner's Market _. 

Stockton A Co., J. L— 

Taylor, W. A— ___. 

Wade. Pearce & Co 

I Weller Bros 

1 Western Union Tel. Co. 

i Wiggins, F. A.._ _ 

! Will, George C— 

Wilson & Maurer 

I Wright, J.G 

Yanils, D. R,. 

I Yokohama Tea Co 

Looney, D. H 

Savage, A. T __ 

(ierlg, Nick 

Savage, A. T 



50 cords wood— i $ 

18 cords wood 

104 cords wood i 

50} cords wood. ! 

100 cords wood I 

141 cords wood ' 

Carpenter work 

Plumbing work 

Carpenter work 

4 pounds indelible Ink 



Groceries 

4 boxes tin 

40 gallons naptholeum 

Plumbing mate rials 

Mouldings, etc 

Furniture 

Cash advances, returning patients 

home 

10 barrels cement 

Boarding runaway patient 

1,200 pounds butter 

Hams and bacon — 

Beef 

Fish, eggs 

Cloth, drygoods. etc 

71% squares of tin roof 

Drugs 

Groceries 

Glass, paints, etc 

Spectacles, etc. 

Groceries _ _ 

16 dozen ladies hats 

Furniture, carpets, etc 

Brandy __ 



Harness sundries.. 

Castings 

Stall rent 

1 cow 



Farming machinery sundries. 

12 pairs rubber boots 

Sundry wagon materials 



Light and fixtures.. 
Overhauling pump. 

Drugs.— _ 

Groceries 

lee _ 

Water service 

225 pounds butter 



Lumber 

Hardware _. 

90 dozen eggs. 

Drygoods. — 

2 cows 

Hardware 

Groceries _ __ 

Telegraphic service 

Farming machinery sundries. 

Sewing machine sundries 

Sundry repairs 

Cash advanced, sundry bills— 

14 dozen pairs shoes, etc 

Crockery. 

385 pounds butter 

1.207 pounds butter 

97 cords wood 

182 pounds butter 



Total amount expended _ _ Jf^7.051 84 



$ 169 50 


63 00 


339 19 


177 62 


2SO0O 


476 40 


57 00 


100 00 


57 GO 


32 00 


101 55 


72 00 


76 00 


57 35- 


17 76 


142 88 


_T7 20 


42 50 


10 00 


351 90 


82 H6- 


' 888 94 


213 54 


1,434 74 


794 37 


5 50 


29 47 


56 20 


25 25 


137 65 


48 00 


99 20 


16 75 


21 80 


12 30. 


4 50 


30 00 


103 80 


42 00 


8 95 


1,285 26 


50 65 


15 80 


ft3 78 


5K 78 


25 00 


63 75 


71 75 


21 87 


23 40 


34 W 


70 00 


62 64 


24 SO 


13 94 


8 65 


39 10 


12 95 


10 7:J 


283 t>0 


10 H5 


92 IS 


51H (10 


329 Si) 


54 HO 






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Report of Secretary op State. 



235 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 149— Concluded. 



So. •/ 



onS ' I 



Jn wkoee favor. 



For what expended. 



1905 




April 


s 


82 




8 


87 




3 


115 




3 


180 




3 


184 




3 


188 




3 


190 




3 


191 




3 


198 




3 


199 




3 


200 




8 


208 




8 


206 




10 


398 




10 


436 


June 


9 


644 




9 


648 


Aug. 


11 


914 




14 


952 




14 


967 


Sept. 


7 


1084 




14 


1066 


Oct. 


10 


1242 


Nov. 


9 


1883 


1906 




Feb. 


10 


1668 



April 6 
6 



1900 
1909 



Walling, Harry 1 

Shepard, E. J 

Goodell, Manley ' 

Wadded, B. M ,. 

Cornell, Frances ' 

Buster, Claude , 

Dickey, Mrs. Lottie 

Park, Oumle I 

Snell, s. M : 

Snel), P. K 

Burton, Ted I 

Fryslle, N ' 

McFarlane, William i 

Dugan. W. F . 

Meier A Frank Co I 

Smith A Co., C. D 

Yokohama Tea Co 

Edwards. Thomas 

Savage, A. T 

Yokohama Tea Co. 

Meier & Frank Co 

Holt, A. F 

Smith, F. M 

Shaver, J. R 



Porter _ 

Assistant baker 

Attendant, male wards — 

do... 

Matron _ 

Attendant, Cottage Farm . 
do _ 



-It 



do 

Cook, Cottage Farm. | 

Assistant cook, Cottage Farm i 

Attendant, Cottage Farm 

Dairyman, Cottage Farm I 

Farm help, Cottage Farm 

~ipe 1 .! I 

rygoods, etc -. 

[etal polish. I 

Crockery | 

2,800 pounds cheat hay i 

449 pounds butter | 

Crockery , etc 1 i 

Crockery 

1 cow 

8 loads straw 

Hire of conveyance . 



Calbreath, J. F 



Meier A Frank Co.. 
Southwlok, A. R. 



Cash advanoed returning patients 

home, etc. 

Drygoods, crockery, etc 

1 cow 



Total outstanding "certificates of evidence of allowance of claim" $ 2,908 67 



14 91 


6* 31 


107 66 


99 23 


150 00 


105 00 


89 08 


102 74 


210 00 


120 00 


74 19 


117 42 


72 40 


75 00 


454 14 


600 


29 84 


12 65 


112 25 


31 97 


180 00 


27 50 


4 00 


600 


26 55 


637 46 


25 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 150. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 



(For the payment of the expenses of constructing, finishing and furnishing new wing; for 
additional buildings, new lavatories, new heating plants, and betterments, 
and for the purchase of additional lands for the Ore- 
gon State Insane Asylum.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1006 % 87,250 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 10,885 76 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 8 76,864 24 

(Chapter 229, Laws 1905.) 



DeU. 


So. of 




warrant. 


\m 




June 29 


35520 


July 9 


36067 


27 


37145 


Aug. 6 


37296 


9 


87408 


9 


87404 


9 


37405 


9 


87408 


9 


37407 


9 


87408 


9 


87409 



Imehoee favor. | For what expended. i A 

I l_. 

Spencer Hardware Co. —I Hardware _ ' S 

Petzel, M.J | Plumbing materials __ 

Gillen-Chambers Co | Asbestos covering I 

VanRangeCo.,TheJohnj Cookers, etc 

Bernardl & Dunsford__J 116 feet sewer pipe i 

Capital Improvem't Co.. Sand, lime, cement 

Kress, F. T. __.| Guarding prisoners ] 

Pacific Pulp Plaster Co.J Four tons pulp plaster 

Spauldlng Logging Co., ' I 

The Chas. K.__ I Lumber, lath , 

Van Wagner, Chas. H._ Brlckmason _ 

Walker, W. E , Guarding prisoners _ I 



47 25 


43 04 


9 \U 


325 00 


26 18 


74 60 


24 00 


84 60 


48 91 


60 00 


24 00 



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236 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 150— Concluded. 



Date. Ao - •/ 
warrant. 

1906 
Sept. 4 I 37754 
6 I 87788 



In u-koee faror. 



For tchat expended. 



Oct. 



37789 
37790 
37791 
37792 
37793 
37794 
37795 
37885 
38002 

38224 
38225 
38^26 
38227 
38228 
38229 
38230 
38231 



Neer, Deloa D._ 

Kress, F. T j 

Van Wagner, Chas. H.- 
Walker, W. E 

White, E. G 

Hofer Bros 

Capital Improvem't Co. 

Goodale Lumber Co 

Spencer Hardware Co.. 
Journal Publishing Co. 
Gray, Chas. A 



Moore, A. H. 

Zeyss, Ed 

The Oregon ian 

Salem Oregon Statesm'n 

Brown, Frank M. 

Van RangeCo.,The John 

Rasmussen & Co I 

Spencer Hardware Co. ' 
Gray, Chas. A 



First payment on architect's fees- 
Guarding convicts , 

Mason and plasterer I 

Guarding prisoners — . 

do | 

Publishing notice for Improvem'tsJ 

Four barrels plaster Paris 

Lumber 

Hardware i 

Publishing notice for improvem'tsJ 
First payment on contract paint- j 

in* buildings i 

Carpenter work.- 

do 

Publishing notice for improvem'ts. 

do 

Window frames, etc. 

Steam cooker 

Seven barrels paint—- 

18 sheets galvanized iron 

Second payment on con tract paint- 
ing buildings 



$ 50000 


18 00 


00 00 


4 00 


16 00 


8 70 


14 00 


499 57 


44 65 


11 20 


3,700 00 


37 50 


60 00 


18 40 


8 10 


77 57 


120 00 


380 10 


43 20 


4,500 00 



Total amount expended ! f 10,885 76 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 151. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

{For the payment of the claim of Robert Sharinghousen for conveying insane persons to the 

Asylum May £, 190U.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 8 45 

Amount expended, January I, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive* 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ 

fChapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



8 45 



.Vo. of I 
warrant. , 



In tckose favor. 



For tekat expended. 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



237 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 152. 

OREGON STATE INSANE ASYLUM. 

[For the payment of the expenses of the transportation of insane and idiotic persons com- 
mitted to Vie Oregon State Insane Asylum.) 

Appropriation for the two years, January 1, 1905, to Decem- 
berSl, 1906 _ _ $ 82,500 00 

Amount expended : Warrants issued January 1, 1906, to 
September 80, 1900, inclusive _ __. $ 14,389 30 

Certificates of evidence of allowance of claim issued January 
1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive,and outstanding.-. 56 75 14,445 05 

Balance available September 30, 1906 8 18,054 95 

[Chapter 229, Laws 190').] 



Date. 

Jane 30 

Jaly 2 

2 

2 

2 I 

2 

2 

2 ! 

2| 
2 I 

Si 
\\ 

V 
V 

w 

6 



warrant. 



In whose favor. 



I 



For tekat expended. 



I Amount. 



35525 
35094 
35095 
35096 
35097 
35098 
35099 
35700 
35701 
35702 
35703 
35704 
35705 
35706 
35707 
35776 
35777 
35927 
35928 
35949 
35987 
80038 



Calbreath, J. F.,Supt,~, 
Dougherty, Mrs. E. J.. 



Conuell, 



:^ 



w 



86040 
30041 
38042 
30043 
86014 

36045 
36046 
86047 
30048 
30049 
30050 
30051 
80052 
30053 
30312 
86313 
30314 
30317 
36587 
30612 
36875 
36876 
80925 
30926 
30927 
37005 
37066 
37141 
87196 
37206 
87207 



Davis, W. L t 
McClallen, H. T. 

Bogard, V. L 

Jenkins, J 

Randall. J. C 

Fisk, Fred 

Bown, Harry L._ __i 

Shaver, J. R.„_ \ 

I Brown, H. K | 

Sexton, F. C , 

Haight, E. C ' 

Pennington, C. C i 

Burnett, M. P 

j Moran, J. H __| 

Linville, Thomas | 

Walmsley, J. A. , 

Hilts, T.J..__ 1 

Wells, I. D ___. 

Ervin, W. H _ 

Saunders, Clark E. i. 

Damon, L. L._ ' 

Carter, M. D i 

Culver, W. J . 

Mlnto, H. P _J 

Calbreath, J. F., Supt.„ t 

™"I~"doir~""""; 

- do ■'. 

„ -do. _. . 

_ do |. 

do i. 

-do _„.J 

do ;. 

do j 

Pierce, Vine W 

Henry, J. H 

Corrigan, M. F '. 

William, T. W 

Fisk, Fred.— i 

Linville, Thomas , 

Hammond, Creed C. ... 

Bown, H. L._ 

Blakley, J. A 

Taylor, T. D __ 

Davis, C. P 

Bown, Harry , 

Harmon, J. W._ __' 

Multnomah County ' 

Calbreath, J. F., Supt— 

Mack, W. H 

Harmon, Walter | 



Transportation insane to asylum.. $ 1,000 67 

Conveying 19 patients, Multnomah- 436 1*5 

Conveying4 patients, Washington. 93 .*0 

Conveying 3 patients, Washington. So 50 

Conveying 6 patients, Douglas 195 40 

Conveying 1 patient, Douglas 3S 75 

Conveying 1 patient, Tillamook — 85 00 

Conveying 1 pi ■ ■», T,,. e phine 57 25 

Conveying 2 pn> ivu r-. Lane. _ 40 70 

Conveying 3 p* i id) i ^ I .a ne 70 25 

Conveying 4 ptn i. ..r- j nckamas— SO 20 

Conveying I pain-m;, L-uker 9-") 40 

Con vey i ng 3 pa ? i &n te, Wasco 1 1 9 75 

Conveying 1 p&riiiii, Wtuteo 36 75 

Conveying 1 paiii'iii, Union , S4 30 

Conveying 1 pain-nt, BAHtO&. , » S5 

Conveying 1 pi<rn tit, Folk „, 10 50 

Conveying 2 piL i iiis T cluuop... 71 20 

Conveying 1 puiit-iii, Columbia 14 60 

Conveying 1 patient, Baker 94 75 

Conveying 2 patients, Bentou 19 30 

Conveying 1 patient, Union H4 95 

— do K6 75 

Conveying 1 patient, Jackson j 36 15 

Conveying 1 patient, Gilliam 74 25 

Conveying 6 patients, Marion , 43 00 

Conveying 2 patients, Marion j 18 50 

Advance for expenses (Chap. 125, 

Laws 1905) ' 2,000 00 

Transportation of insane to asylum 612 60 

___do 405 2S 

-do , 522 45 

do 735 23 

— . do I 677 W! 

- do 640 7H 

- do 345 5'.* 

do 342 2& 

do 886 41 

Conveying 1 patient. Yamhill 23 50 

Conveying 3 patients, Yamhill 70 50 

do 70 50 

Conveying 1 patient, Josephine 54 50 

Conveying 2 patients. Lane _ 50 5t> 

Conveying 1 patient, Clatxop. 53 50 

Conveying 1 patient, Lane j 17 1*5 

do 25 25 

Conveying 1 patient, Umatilla i 43 25 

Conveying 7 patients, Umatilla 445 75 

Con vey \n? 2 patient*, Umatilla | 153 25 

Convoy i n g I patient, Lane i 25 25 

Conveying l i>atient, Josephine 54 75 

Conv< >atients,Multuomah.i 289 15 

Trans n of insane to asylum 1,014 »«> 

Convey i UK 1 patient, Polk. I 20 00 

Conveying I patient, Josephine , 54 75 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 132-Omcluded. 



DaU. 


No. 




warrant. 


19% 




Aug. 2 


87259 


7 


87823 


21 


87088 


Sept. 4 


37752 


7 


37888 


14 


87968 


24 


38063 


24 


88064 


24 


38065 


Oct. 13 


38789 



In wheat favor. 



Wells, J. D 

Llnvllle, Thomas. 
Felton, A. J 



Haggard, J. M, 
Calbrealh, J. F. t Supt... 

White, Martin 

White, R. L 

Munkera, I. A. 

McClain, W. A 

Calbreath, J. F., 8upt 



Conveying 1 patient, Benton 

Conveying 2 patient*, Clatsop 

Conveying 1 patient, Malheur 

Conveying 1 patient, Polk 

Transportation of insane to asylum 
Conveying 6 patients, Columbia.— 

Conveying 4 patients, Linn 

Conveying 1 patient, Linn 

Transportation of Insane 



31 75 
9t*25 

106 45 
9 50 

890 95 

140 70 
48 30 
13 25 
18 25 

879 70 



Total amount expended $ 14,389 30 

1905 

May 6 1 642 | Weddle, C. E i Conveying 1 patient, Douglas $ 29 00 

6 I 543 I Dougherty, Mrs. E. J | Conveying 1 patient, Multnomah.. 26 75 

Total amount of " certificates of evidence of allowance of claim " out- 
standing $ 55 75 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 153. 

ORPHANS AND FOUNDLINGS. 



( For support and maintenance of indigent, under the age of fourteen years, 
during the year 1906.) 

Appropriation, January 1, to December 81, 1905 $ 12,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 4,000 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 8,000 00 

[Section 3599, Code, Act February 21, 1905, Laws 1905, page 243.] 



I No. of 



730 
Apri 


6 

26 


May 


3 




3 


July 


22 




26 




29 


Oct. 


17 




20 


Nov. 


3 


1906 
Jan. 20 




26 


Feb. 


8 



81088 
81063 
31064 



32305 
32310 



33346 
33466 

84227 
84264 
34826 



In tehoto favor. 



For what txpended. 



8t. Agnes Foundling | 

Asylum j Relief furnished, 1st quarter, 1905- 

8t. Mary's Home, Bea- ; 

verton i do . 

St. Mary's Home, St. ' 

Paul — j do 

St. Agnes Foundling | 

Asylum _ , Relief furnished, 2nd quarter, 1905- 

St. Mary's Home, Bea- 

vertou 1 do 

St. Mary's Home, St. ; 

Paul | do 

St. Agnes Foundling 

Asylum _. | Relief furnished, 3rd quarter, 1905- 

St. Mary's Home, Bea- I 

verton _ 1 — do 

St. Mary's Home, St. I 

St. Agnes Foundling l 

Asylum I Relief furnished, 4th quarter, 1905- 

St. Mary's Home, Bea- | 

verton do 

St. Mary's Home, St. 

Paul „! do _• 



Total amount expended . 



887 91 
347 15 
287 70 
431 iS 
318 25 
310 05 
844 00 
387W 
238 62 

379 3* 
452 ft5 
165 11 



8 4,000 00 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 154. 

ORPHANS AND FOUNDLINGS. 

( For support and maintenance of indigent, under the age 0/ fourteen years, 
during the pear 1906,) 

Appropriation, January 1 to December 81, 1906 $ 6,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 8,221 05 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 2,778 95 

f Act February 21, 1905, Laws 1905, page 248.] 



Dmte. 


No. of 
warrant. 


1905 
April 2 


84672 


12 


84858 


19 


84980 


July 18 


88710 


21 


86829 


26 


87110 


Oct. 4 


88264 


19 


88000 



In wko«« /aver. | 

St Mary's Home, St. 

Paul _.-— _~ 

St. Agnes Foundling 



For what expended. 



Asylum 

St. Mary's Home, Bea- 
verton 

St. Mary's Home, St 
Paul 



St. Agnes Foundling 

Asylum 

St Mary's Home, Bea- 

verton 

St Mary's Home, St. 

Paul 

St Mary's Home, Bea- 

verton 



Relief furnished, 1st quarter, 1906.. 
do 

do 



Total amount expended 



867 16 
858 64 
550 19 
840 99 
418 27 
488 18 
209 06 
498 61 



$ 8,221 05 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 155. 



PATTON HOME AT PORTLAND. 



Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 4,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 8,500 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 168, Laws 1905.] 



500 00 



Date. 

May 23 
July 1 ' 
Oct 1 
1906 , 
1 
1 



No. of 



Jan. 
April 
July 
Oct 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



31848 | Patton Home, Portland 

81804 , do 

82960 I do 



33817 do 

34662 | do 

.do 



Aid, quarter ending March 31, 1906- ' 

Aid, quarter ending June 80, 1906 i 

Aid, quarter ending Sept 30, 1906 | 

Aid, quarter ending Dec, 31, 1905. 
Aid, quarter ending March 31, 1906-1 
Aid, quarter ending June 80, 1906. 



1 i 88214 I do ! Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1906- 

Total amount expended 



500 00 
500 00 
600 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



8 3.500 00 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 156. 

NON-RESIDENT pooh. 

(For refund to the several counties of the State of the expenses nctuaUy and necrssarily 
incurred and paid by them in the support of non-resident poor.) 

Appropriation for two year**, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 8 5,000 00 

Amount expended, January i, 1905, to September 30, 190b, inclusive 40 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 _ 8 4,980 00 

[Chapter £29, Laws 1905.] 



190(5 
July 27 



So. of In whote favor. I For what txpended. \ Amount. 



warrant. ' 



87181 I Douglas County. i Caring for public charges 8 40 00- 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 157. 

WAYWARD GIRLS. 

{For the support, reclamation and maintenance of wayward girls over the age of twelve 
years and under the age of eighteen years during the year 1905.) 

Appropriation, January 1 to December 31, 1905 _ 8 7,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1900, iuclusive 2,237 44 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 _ 8 4,762 56 

[Chapter 232, Laws 1905.] 

Date. ! No-of \ In who** favor. For trhat expended. > Amount, 

warrant. ' | 



" 1905 I " i 

Sept. 12 82721 i House of Good Sheph'd- Relief furnished, 2nd quarter, 1905. 8 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 158. 

WAYWARD Gillie. 

(For the support, reclamation and maintenance of wayward girls over the age of twelve 
years and under the age of eighteen years during the year 1906.) 

Appropriation January 1 to December 81, 1908 8 7,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1 to September 30, 1906, inclusive 1,971 33 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 8 5,028 67 

[Chapter 232, Laws 1905.] 

Date. • Ho - of . In whoee favor. For what expended. Amount. 



T906 , 

April 19 I 34922 Houseof Good Sheph'd. ^Relief furnished, 1st quarter 1908 ' 8 941 39- 

Aug. 10 I 37476 ._ do. [Relief furnished, 2nd quarter 1908- 1,029 94 

Total amount expended - _ ! 8 1,971 33 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 159. 

SALARY OF GOVERNOR. 



Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive — 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



$ 8,000 00 
2,626 00 

$ 875 00 







[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 




Date. 


warrant. 


In vjhoee favor. 


For what expended. 


Amount. 


1906 
April 1 
July 1 
Oct. 1 


80582 
81698 


Chamberlain, Geo. E. — 

do 

do 


Salary, Governor 

~™do~"~~zi~"i"~zr"" 


$ 375 00 

875 00 
375 00 


1906 1 
Jan. 1 ! 88815 


do 




375 <» 


April 1 . 84562 
July 2 85564 
Oct. 1 1 88116 


~™IIflo~~II~ 


375 00 
375 00^ 
876 00 



Total amount expended 



$ 2 ? 025Q& 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 160. 
PRIVATE secretary to governor. 



( For payment of the salary of, including salary as clerk of the Board of Trustees of the 

Oregon State Insane Asylum, clerk of the Public Building Commission, 

and clerk of the Board of Capitol Building Commissioners.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 4,200 00 

Ampunt expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 8,676 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 526 00 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 



April 1 

July 1 

Oct. 1 

1906 

Jan. 1 

April 1 

July 2 

Oct. 1 



Mo. of 



80617 
81774 
82980 



86665 

88185 



In tehee* favor. 



I 



For what expended. 



Gatens,W.N 

do 

:~do 

"~"iidoi!ir~"~"ii~i 

do- 

.-—do 



J Salary, private secretary, etc.. 

. do 

J do 

J do 



Total amount expended. 



SEC'Y— pt. II. 



-16 



$ 526 00 
525 00 
525 00 

525 00 
525 00 
325 00 

525 00 



I 



I 3,675 00 



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STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 161. 

CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

( For payment of salary of.) 

Appropriation for two years, January l 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 1,800 00 

.Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1906, inclusive,— 1,676 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906. 



. $ 22500 



(Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



Date. 



April 1 
July 1 
Oct. 1 

1906 
Jan. ,1 
April :i 
July 2 
Oct. 1 



No. o/ | 
warrant. < 



In whote favor. 



80648 Shelton, Carolyn B. 

81775 ' do 

32931 , do 



For what expended. 



Salary, clerk and stenographer 

84685 "IIIIIII~do"~I"~~|II~"III~III[rdoII~~~IZZ~IIIIIIII 

85656 do ' do 

88186 do I do 



Total amonnt expended. 



225 00 
225 00 
225 00 

225 00 
225 00 
26 00 
22500 



$ 1,575 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 162. 

FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 

< For the payment of the claim of Thomas Brown for services as Superintendent of the 
Salmon River Hatchery during the months of June, July, and August 1898,) 

Appropriation, Capter 218, Laws 1905 8 180 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 180 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1906.] 



No. of | 
warrant. 



In whose favor. 



ffl6o~ 



I 



For what expended. , 



I 



1- 



May 19 31171 i Brown, Thomas j Services, Salmon River Hatchery. .| $ 180 00 



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243 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 163. 

DEPARTMENT of fisheries. 

F"r the operation and maintenance of salmon fish hatcheries on the coast streams of the 
State of Oregon^ south of the Columbia River.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 87, Laws 1005 $ 10,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, J 905, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 8/294 86 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 $ 1,705 14 

[Chapter 87, Law* 1905.] 

UMPQUA RIVER HATCHERY. 



No. 9/ I 



1W5 
June ', 



Jujy 12 . 
12 
12 

Aog. 11 . 

Sept. 10 ' 

OCL 11 ' 

11 
11 , 
n ' 
ii 
ui 

11 1 

n ' 

n 
n ' 
ii , 

u ' 

Nov. 8 
Dec 8 

I 

8 
1906 ' 
Jan. 9 
9 
9 
9 
22 
1 

10 
10 
10 
10 i 
9 
9 

9 

Jane 15 : 

Jaly 10 
10 , 
10 
10 
10 
10 , 
10 
18 
18 

Aug. 10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



b: 



In tcko»€ favor. 



For what ostpondod. 



Feb. 



Mar. 



81498 | Britt, Sam 

31494 I Lees. Ernest 

31495 I McMlllen, W. F 

81496 Wallace, James 

31983 H1U, T. H 

31984 , Long, W. S 

31965 Shupe. J. H 

82416 I Cuvilller, Paul V 

82663 I Strong, B. W 

33141 I Hill.T. H 

33142 do 

33148 Britt, Sam M.. 



33144 
33145 
33146 
38147 
33148 
83149 
33150 
83161 
33152 
88478 
83687 



Hirsching, F.O.. 



Lees, E. 

Long, W. S 

McMlllen, N. W 

McMlllen, W. B , 

Rhodes, C. W :. 

Shupe, James H. . 

Sykes, 8. K , 

Wallace, James 

Rhodes, C. W 

McMlllen, W. B 

Coleman, G. T 

Short, L. D *. 

33690 ! 8mlth, E. W |. 



34051 ' 
84052 1 
34053 
84054 I 
34238 
34320 I 
84344 | 
34345 i 
34840 | 
84347 ' 

34458 > 

34459 I. 
34400 , 
35201 I 
36182 , 
36188 I 
36184 | 
36185 

36186 I 

36187 i 

36188 

36638 



' Hardware 

Labor 

zzz~do-Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz~ 

Services, etc., superintendent.. 

Labor 

do 

: Packing supplies 

Mattresses 

Services, etc., superintendent., 
i Boarding laborers 

Packing supplies 

: Labor 

do 

-ZIdoLZZZZ-ZZ-Z-"ZZ~ZZ"ZZZZZZZ! 

do . 

: do 

1 do 

■ Hardware, etc. 

1 Labor 

zzZdoZzr ———————— 

do... 

— do-. 






i 

37484 | 

37485 I 

37486 I 
87487 ' 
38488 j 
37489 
37490 
87491 | 



Hill, T. H Services, superintendent . 

McMlllen, N. W I Labor 

Shupe, James H , do 

Wallace, James ' — do 

Wright Wire Co | Zinc partitions 

Hill, T. H ! Boarding laborers 

Britt, Samuel M t Building trail 

do ' Freighting supplies 

McMlllen, N. W I Labor 

Wallace, James j — do 

Hill. T. H, , Services, superintendent.. 

do— — ' Sundry cash advances. 

Sykes. 8. K ' Hardware, etc 

Cuvilller, Paul V i Freighting 

Adler, F. L. E Labor 

Britt. Sam M Packing supplies 

McMlllen, C. H ' Labor 

do do 

Roby, Chester E i do 

Hhupe, J. H ■ do 

Wallace, James , — do 

Hill. T. H ' Services, superintendent.. 

do i Sundry cash advances 

Adler, F. L. E Labor 

Hoi comb, C. M do 

McMlllen, W. F do 

McMlllen, C. H do 

McMlllen, N. W do 

Roe, Ira _ do 

Wallace, James • do 

Honeyman Kluney Co._] Twine 



17 16 
40 50 

42 00 
40 50 

258 58 

66 90 

79 50 

800 

22 00 

203 25 

223 80 

26 64 

12 00 

66 00 

60 90 

45 00 

45 00 

129 00 
109 50 
151 19 

70 60 
16 50 
91 50 
8 75 
60 00 
60 00 

196 00 
138 00 
138 00 
138 00 
10 69 
208 HO 
170 00 
2 91 

43 50 

43 50 
65 00 

44 05 

15 75 

16 00 
72 00 
16 77 
30 00 
89 00 

102 06 
72 00 
79 50 

i:»oo 

130 SO 
33 00 
1« 50 

12 00 
43 oO 

13 oO 
12 00 
MOO 
58 53 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. \to-Oontinued. 



DmU. 



No, of 



— IflD© 

3epL 7 I 3T858 

7 i -rsoO 

7 2t7H60 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
10 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



Oct. 



9 ! 
13 1 



1906 
Oct. 9 
9 
10 



161 
162 
«8 
164 
165 
87*66 
:i;S86 
46 
47 

49 
_60 
88661 
88552 
3aS68 



In who** /*9or. 



For wkmt oapondad. 



68554 

38545 



Adler, F. L. E j Labor . 

McMillen, C. H do 

Holoomb, C. M ! — do 

McMillen, N. W do 

McMillen, W. B | do 

Ro we, I ra .. u j do 

Wallace, James do 

BrUt, Sara M j Freighting supplies 

Cuvllller, Paul V ! do.. 




Chamberlain, A. D Labor . 

Hill, Earl do 

Holoomb, C. M I do 

McMillen, C. H do 

McMillen, W. B L...do 

Roe, Ira i do. 

Wallace, James 1 — do 

Hill, T. H i Boarding laborers 

Amount expended, Umpqua River Hatchery... 

YAQUINA HATCHERY. 



Smith, W. A. | Services, superintendent 

Gillespie, Ed i Labor and team hire 

Smith, W. A j Bervloes, etc., superintendent . 

Amount expended. Yaquina Hatchery 

SOUTH COOS RIVER HATCHBRY. 



1905 
Sept. 6 
Oct. 11 


89664 
88158 


11 


88154 


11 


88155 


11 


88156 


Nov. 8 


88479 


8 


88480 


8 


88481 


8 


88482 


8 


88488 


1906 




Jan. 9 


84047 


9 


84048 


9 


84049 


9 


84060 


16 


84174 


16 


84175 


22 


84289 


Feb. 10 


84848 


Mar. 9 


84461 


9 


84462 


9 


84468 


April 10 


84789 


10 


84740 


10 


84741 


10 


84742 


10 


84748 


10 


34744 


10 


84745 


May 10 


85085 


July 10 


36189 


10 


36190 


18 


36640 


Aug. 10 


87492 


10 


87493 


Sept. 7 


87867 


7 


37868 


7 


87869 



Catbcart, 8. B 

Smith, Frank W 

Wilson, A. B 

Worth, A. D 

Woodard. Clarke A Co- 
Brown, W. W 

Pederson, O 

Rogers, 8. C 

Short, L. D 

Smith, E. W 

Smith, Frank W 

Smith, E. W 

Simpson Lumber Co. 

Murphy, W. P 

8mith, Frank W 

Smith, Al 

Wright Wire Co 

Smith, E. W 

Doyle, Wm 

smith, E. W 

Wlrth, Louis 

Smith, Frank W I 

GouTdrc Al™™""! 

Hacker, I 

Pederson, O ' 

Shook, W. A , 

Smith, E. W.__ 

Nelson, F. E 

Smith, Frank W 

Murphy, W. P 

Smith, Frank W 

Rreler, P. H. 

NilU, J. W 

Cappious, W. L. 

Metlln, C. A 

Mills, J. W ,. 



Surveying site for hatchery.... 
Services, etc., superintendent.. 
Labor 

Chemicals 

Labor 

Soowlng lumber 

Labor. 

Services, superintendent 

Labor 

Lumber 

Hardware 

Sundry cash advances 

Labor 

Zinc partitions 

Labor .. 

—do 

Service*, superintendent 

Expenses, superintendent 

Labor 

Abstract of title 

Labor . 

—do _ 

—do 

Services, superintendent 

Hardware 

Sundry cash advances 

Labor 

— do""""iii"~~i~irri"~! 
—do 

—do 



83 00- 
40 5Q 
40 50 
10 50 
18 50 
40 50 
40 50 
24 00 
7 00 
9tt 17 

195 00 
21 90 
30 00 
45 00 
45 00 
40 50 
45 00 
45 00 

270 60 



8 5,171 30 



195 00 
14 00 
81 0~> 



290 05 



19 00 

290 56 

9 00 

27 00 

2 90 

18 00 

6 00 

12 50 

132 00 

112 00 

200 00 
62 00 
92 16 
77 26 
25 15 
14 00 
10 43 
62 00 
Iff 00 
56 00 
35 00 

200 00 
54 00 

802 00 
14 50 
10 50 
2» 25 
34 00 
30 00 

200 00 
34 58 
17 27 
12 00 
52 00 
34 00 
30 00 
54 00 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 168- Obncluded. 



JVb. o/ 



*pU 21 
ikrt. 9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 



In t»Jko«« /avor. 



/tor wAaf uyttufaf . 



88060 
88551 
88556 



38557 
38558 
38559 



i 8mith, Frank W. | Expenses, superintendent 

j — do 1 Services, superintendent 

j Goodman, R. J. Labor 

. Goodman, W. 8 i— do 

Mills, J. W do 

Smith, L. D ' Labor and team hire 

| Smith, E. W i Labor 



Amount expended. South Coos River Hatchery.., 



32 45 
200 00 
40 00 
40 00 
80 00 
66 00 
48 00 



$ 2,833 51 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount expended on account of TJmpqua River Hatchery $ 5,171 30 

Amount expended on account of South Coos River Hatchery _. 290 05 

Amount expended on account of Yaquina Hatchery 2,888 51 



Total amount expended 



$ 8,294 86 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 164. 

DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES. 

{For the purpose of establishing, erecting , constructing and equipping suitable hatcheries 

for the propagation of salmon fish on the Oolumbia River and its 

tributaries in the State of Oregon.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 87, Laws 1905 $ 15,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 10,677 97 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 4,322 08 

[Chapter 87, Laws 1906.] 

WALLOWA RIVER HATCHERY. 



Bmta. | *•••/ 



ldti 




Juue 7 


81490 


7 


81491 


7 


81492 


July 12 


81986 


12 


81987 


12 


81988 


12 


81989 


12 


81990 


12 


81991 


12 


81992 


12 


81998 


12 


81994 


12 


81996 


12 


81996 


12 


31997 


12 


31998 


12 


31999 


12 


82900 


12 


83)01 


12 


82002 


12 


82004 


12 


32004 


12 


82005 


26 


82808 


Aug. 11 


82106 


11 


82407 


11 


32408 


11 


82409 


11 


82410 


11 


S24U 


11 


32412 


11 


32418 


11 


82414 


11 


82415 



In who** fwtor. 



Clay, Sam 

Jones, W. M 

Larson, Walter 

Austin, J. C 

Avars, Ed 

Blancnard, D. C. 

Blanchard, G. L 

Boswell, A. M 

Boswell, Mat 

Brumneld, A. W 

Conner*. Luke 

Dailey, George. 

Hartley, C. B. 

Keeler, Joe 

Ketohum, W. J._ 

McCulloch. John W..-. 

Ransom, W. J. 

Spores, Sam 

Taylor, 8. B 

Young. H.G 

Allen, Mrs. A. D 

Bishop & Son. E. A 

Ferguson A Huston.... 

Lambert, J. G 

Brumfleld. A. W 

Fisher, John 

Ketchum, W.J 

Young, Homer. 



Labor., 
do.. 



ZdoZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..z! 

-do 

— dSzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz; 

—do 

—do 

—do 

...do . 

ZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 

zzidoizz zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz'.zzzzzzzzz! 

—do 

—do 

Boarding laborers 

Lumber 

Plans, specifications, etc 

1st payment on contract, building. 
Labor 



-do- 



Elgin Forwarding Co._ 

Elgin Hardware Co 

Goodenough Mercan- 
tile A Stock Co 

Lostlne Mercantile Co. 

McCully Co., F. D 

8ommer Bros. 



.do 

-do 

Building materials.. 
Hardware, etc. 



! Building materials, etc.. 

. Lumber, etc 

J Iron, hardware, etc 

i Crockery, etc. 



47 25 

29 25 
29 00 
59 25 
61 87 

82 50 
27 75 

33 25 

83 26 
130 50 

74 25 
68 37 

63 75 

64 87 

21 00 

22 12 
66 25 

900 

75 00 
44 25 

271 20 

34 64 
100 00 

1,225 00 
38 00 

35 00 
24 00 
32 62 

118 50 
106 45 

133 80 
489 00 

268 28 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. m-Ooncluded. 



Date. | 

~I905™, 

Aug. 24 

Kept. 

6 

6 



Oct. 11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

11 

Nov. 8 

8 

8 

8 

8 

8 



No. of 



In whote favor. 



For what expended* 



Dec. 8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
8 
1906 
Jan. 9 
9 
9 
9 
13 
18 
18. 
18 ' 
22 
28 
Feb. JO 
Aug. 10 
10 
10 
Sept. 7 

7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
10 



I 
32690 i 
82058 I 
32659 ' 
32600 I 
82661 
82662 | 

33128 I 

33129 ' 
8*180 ' 
83131 ; 
33132 
33133 • 
83134 
33135 
88136 ' 
33137 | 
83188 ' 
83139 
83140 
33471 j 
83472 
83473 
33474 1 
83475 , 
83176 , 

83477! 

83677 1 

38678 

83679 

33680 

83681 



Oct. 



Lambert, J. G. ( 2nd payment on contract, building.' 

Curtis, Arthur ; Surveying hatchery Bite ' 

Dal ley, George Labor 

Henderson, J. G L_.do ' 

Kennedy, w. K do , 

Astoria & Columbia ' 

Freight on lumber , 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Boarding laborers __. 



R. R. Co. 

Allen, A. D 

Allen, Mrs. A. D. 

Astoria Box Co , Lumber 

Brown, F.J 1 Labor 

Davis, D.T - — do _ 

Estes, DaleN L— do _ 

Elgin Forwarding Co. „ Merchandise, etc 

Gregory, J. F. 1 Labor.— 

Lambert, J. G 1 Team and wagon _. 

do I Final pay't on contract, building 

McCulloch, John Labor 

Thompson, O. W do 

Weir, G. W do 

Estes, Dale N 1 — do 

Ransom. W. J ]— do 

Spores, Sam ,-__do_ 



Young, Teap I— do 

Young, H. G — do 

La Grande Even In* Ob- ! 

server ' Publishing notices for bids... 

Weaver Lumber Co. j Lumber 

Casey, George | Labor „ 

Estes, Dale N I — do. 



•—I 



Harris, W. L (— do 

Hartley, C. B —do 

Henderson, W. R I — do 



33684 ! 

83685 , 

83686 1 

84043 

84044 

34045 

84046 

84114 

84205 

34206 

84207 

34237 

34263 

34342 

#7481 ' 

37482 , 

37483 

37848 

37849 

37850 

37851 

37852 I 

37858 

37854 I 

87855 ' 

87K56 , 

87857 I 

87892 ' 

38540 ' 

38541 I 
38512 
38543 1 



McCulloch, John — do.. 

Spores, Sa m —.do. . 

weir, Ray L„do. 



Young, H. G 

Young, Teap.. 



GolT, S. C 

Groesbeck. B. W 

Weir, G. W 

Bishop <fc Son, E. A. 

Elgin Hardware Co 

Allen, A. D 

Allen, Mrs. A. D 

do 



..do- 
do.... 



Hauling lumber 

Labor 

_.do 

Lumber — — 

Hardware 

Sundry cash advances 

Boarding laborers 

WrighVWilreCaIII-~~ ! Wire and zinc partitions 

Wigglesworth.S. O I Lumber 

Nieolai Bros. Co., The.. 1 Drain pipe, etc.- 

Conklln, F. E , Labor 

Dailey, Levi L do 

Dailey, G. N do 

Boswell, A. M.._ do 

Boswell, Matt do 

Boswell, Necha do 

Conklin. F. E do. 

Dailey, Levi L do. _ 

Fisher, J. W _.do_- 

Garden. G do.._ 

Ketchum,W. J do „_ 

Round tree. T. J. do 

Weech, W. M Hauling 

Honeyman Hardware 

Co Hardware, etc 

Dailey, G. N Labor 

Dailey, Levi L do.. 

Ketchum, W.J Labor and t*am hire 

Allen, Mrs. A. D Boarding laborers 



2,000 OO 

45 OO 

50 25 

25 50 

9 OO 

146 13 

4 50 
126 60- 
716 09 

12 00' 
82 50 
10 50 
H2 9* 

9 75 
14 25 

1,000 00 
36 00- 
162 06 
25 00- 

19 50 
40 00- 

5 25 
12 75 
40 50 

2 co- 
rn 37 

4 50 
14 25 

103 50 

14 00 

I 50 

23 25 

45 00 

5 00 
» 00 

45 00 

8 00 
129 00 

20 00 
403 IS 
103 25 

K 75 
118 M0 

32 40 
69 2S 

67 SW- 

Jtti «K 

S 75 

7 S7 

10 00 

*; 25 

SI 50 
1H 75 
40 25 
17 .V) 
22 50 
42 00 
22 75 
40 00 
15 OO 

122 72 
20 50 
SI 50 
19 25 

147 60 



Total amount expended. | • 10.677 97 



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247 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 165. 



DEPARTMENT of fisheries. 



(For the payment of the salary and expenses of the Master Fish. Warden and salary and 
expenses of the Deputy Fish Warden,) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 9 11,400 00 

Amonnt expended, January 1. 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 10,068 70 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 197, Laws 1905.] 

SALARY OF MASTER FISH WARDEN, $2,500 PER ANNUM. 



6 1,361 21 



DmU. 


No. 0/ 
warrant. 


In whose favor. 


i 

For what expanded. 


5 


liKotmr, 


1905 

April 6 1 
Joly 12 1 
Oct 11 

1906 
Jan. 9 
April 10 


807M 
82006 
88157 

84001 
84780 
86173 
38560 


Van Dusen, H. G 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Amount expended, s 


Salary, Master Fish Warden 

do 

i 


625 00 
625 00 
625 00 

625 00 
625 00 


Joly 10 
Oct. 9 


alary of Master Fish Warden 


625 00 
625 00 




$ 


4,375 00 



Oct 



1906 I 
April 6 | 

Si 

Joly 12 , 

12 
12 I 

ill 

V 

11 
11 
11 
11 
Dec. 8 

1906 
Jan. 9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
9 
22 
Feb. 10 
10 
9 
April 10 
10 
10 
10 
10 

10 

May 10 

June 15 

)5 

15 



EXPENSES OF MASTER FISH WARDEN, $1,700 PER ANNUM. 



80785 
80786 
80787 
82007 



82009 
82010 
82011 
88156 
83159 
83160 
83161 



38163 
83676 

34002 
34003 
34004 
84005 
34006 
34007 
84008 
34236 
34340 
34341 
34457 
34731 
34732 
84733 
84734 
34785 
34736 
35034 
35198 
85199 
35200 



Traveling expenses, etc. ; $ 

Clerk and stenographer 

Office rent I 

Traveling expenses, etc... 

Clerk ana stenographer 

Office rent 

Typewriter supplies 

Coal, cartage, eto 

Traveling expenses, etc... 
Clerk and stenographer... 
Publishing legal notices.... 

Stationery 

Office rent- 



Van Dusen, H. G. I 

Barney. C. E ' 

Page, Chas. H ! 

Van Dusen, H. G. | 

Barney, C. E . 

Page, Chas. H I 

Remington Typew'r Co.! 
Sherman Transfer Co.. J 

Van Dusen.H. G. , 

Barney, C. E 

Cloverdale Courier I 

Griffin, J. N : i 

Page, Chas. H i 

Western Union Tel. Co.. 

Tlllamook Headlight.. _| Publishing legal notices 

Van Dusen, H. G I 

Barney, C. E 

Barney, C. E 

Griffin, J. N 

Page, Chas. H 1 

Shermans' Transfer Co.| 
Western Union Tel. Co.-, 

Portland Safe Co 

Carlton, C. J ' 

P. C. Stamp Works i 

Carlton, C. J 

Van Dusen, H. G _J 

Carlton, C. J i 

Astoria Electric Co 

Griffin. J, N ' 

Page, Charles H ' 

Shermans' Transfer Co.| 

Carlton, C. J , 

do I. 

Opsund, Theodore 1 

Whitney, J. R— J 



Telegraphic service 



Traveling expenses, etc. 

Clerk and stenographer 

Expenses, trip to Oregon City., 

Stationery 

Office rent... 

Coal and cartage 

Telegraphic service 

One safe 

Clerk and stenographer 

Rubber stamps 

Clerk and stenographer 

Traveling expenses, etc 

Clerk and stenographer. _. 

Gas and gas radiator 

Stationery _ 

Office rent 

Coal 

Clerk and stenographer 

do _ 

do 

Printing blanks, etc 



130 44 


195 00 


30 00 


184 45 


200 20 


30 00 


5 45 


13 35 


174 50 


195 00 


5 70 


34 75 


30 00 


8 27 


4 20 


145 12 


195 00 


6 10 


11 35 


30 00 


8 70 


7 42 


55 (0 


50 00 


<i 25 


5i 00 


157 45 


t50 0O 


a* 35 


v> lo- 


30 00 


7 45 


(<5 00 


20 9ft 


83 87 


88 09 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. i&-Concluded. 



So of 



* 1908~ 

July 10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

10 

Aug. 10 

10 

Sept. 7 

Oct. 9 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9 



190E 




April 


6 


July 


12 


Oct. 


11 


190( 




Jan. 


9 


April 10 


July 


10 


Oct. 


9 


1905 




April 


6 ! 


July 


12 


Oct. 


11 


190( 




Jan. 


9 


April 


10 


July 


10 


Oct. 


9 



In who** favor. 



"I 



36174 
86175 
S6176 
86177 
86178 
86179 
87479 
87480 
87847 
88661 
88662 



88664 
88665 



Van Dusen, H. G 

Opsund, Theodore 

Page, Chas. H. 

Astoria Electric Co 

Ferguson & Houston 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F._. 

Opsund, Theodore 

Whitney, J. R 

Opsund, Theodore 

Van Dusen, H. G 

Opsund. Theodore 

Page, Chas. H 

Griffin, J. N 

Sherman Transfer CO... 



For what expondod. 



Traveling expenses, etc.. 
Clerk and stenographer.. 

Office rent 

Light and fixtures 

Transom rods, etc 

Binding blanks, etc 

Clerk and stenographer.. 

Printing blanks, etc 

Clerk and stenographer.. 

Sundry expenses, etc. 

Traveling expenses 

Clerk and stenographer... 

Office rent 

Stationery 

Coal and cartage 



-;• 



Amonnt expended, expenses of Master Fish Warden. 

SALARY OF DEPUTY FISH WARDEN $1,000 PER ANNUM. 

Salary, deputy flsh warden 



128 60 
30 00 
80 00 
8 75 
4 92 
17 35 
50 00 
12 10 
50 00 
75 80 

118 25 
50 00 
80 00 
29 55 
6 ft') 



80788 I Webster, H. A 

82012 do 

88164 



84000 
84787 
86180 
88567 



—do 



-do.. 
.do.. 
-do. 
-do. 



do 



-do 

-do 

.do 

-do. 



$ 2,089 89 



250 00 
250 00 
250 00 

250 00 
250 00 
250 00 
25C00 



Amount expended, salary of deputy flsh warden 9 1,750 00 



EXPENSES OF DEPUTY FISH WARDEN 9500 PER ANNUM. 



30788 
82018 
88165 

84010 
84788 
86181 



Webster, H. A—. 

do 

do 



do- 

do- 

do- 

do- 



Traveling expenses, etc.. 
_do- 



...do 

do 

— do 



Amount expended, expenses of deputy fish warden 



106 10 
99 16 
120 10 

177 61 
117 20 
146 65 
160 05 



928 90 



RECAPITULATION. 

Amount expended on account of salary of Master Fish Warden 9 4,875 00 

Amount expended oh account of expenses of Master Fish Warden 2,988 89 

Amount expended on account of salary of deputy fish warden 1,750 00 

Amount expended on account of expenses of deputy fish warden 928 90 

Total amount expended j 8 10,088 79 



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249 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 166. 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

{For the payment of the expenses necessarily incurred in the arrest t pursuit and return to 
the State of Oregon fugitives from Justice.) 

Appropriation for two yean, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 $ 3,000 00 

Amount expended : Warrants issued January 1, 1905, to 



September 80, 1906, inclusive $ 2,7W 47 

Certificates of evidence of allowance of claim issued 
January 1, 1906, to September SO, 1906, inclusive, 
and outstanding 266 20 



2,971 67 



Balance available September 80, 1906... 



28 88 



[Chapter 229, Laws 1906.] 



Jfo. •/ 



' i«e 1" 

July 2 

2 
2 
6 
6 
9 
12 
12 

12 



86690 
86691 
85602 
86698 
86080 



86087 
86207 
86298 



In whose favor. 



24 ' 86024 

26 87008 

27 87148 
27 87144 



Taylor, T. D. ' Expenses returning George Teeter.: $ 176 60 

McCoy. W. B Expenses returning Willis DuggerJ 242 68 

McClallen, H. T Expenses returning Leon L. vial— I 80 40 

Brown, H. K j Expenses returning Aaron Barker. 179 10 

Culver, W. J I Expenses returning F. W. Jewett__| 280 00 

Vaughan, A. G Expenses returning F. R. Chase 111 92 

Culver, W. J \ Expenses returning Harry Wright! 44 40 

Day, Joseph Expenses returning Andrew Jensen 866 85 

do Expenses returning Geo. B. Ran- 

1 dolph * 848 66 

Word, T. M. I Expenses returning Frank Gon- 
zales _ , 169 65 

Taylor, T. D „ Expenses returning Tom Moss i 171 00 

Linville. Thomas I Expenses returning Harry Doyle..; 89 06 

Snow, Frank i Expenses returning Joe Diemler_._ 888 62 

do | Expenses returning Ole KJelstad.J 104 80 



Total amount expended. 



; $ 2,708 47 



1906 
April 26 

May 6 



687 



Kane, F. T __ Expenses returning E. H. Go 

I murphy $ 

Brown, H. K. 1 Expenses returning Roy Miller 



Total amount of ' 
standing 



certificates of evidence of allowance of claim " out- 



51 25 
218 96 



265 20 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 167. 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

(For the payment of the claim of B. £. Colbath, for expenses incurred in the pursuit of 
V. Nordtne, a fugitive from Justice.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1906 S 62 60 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 62 50 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906.. _. 8_. 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



i<«6"~ 
July 12 



So. of 
tearremt. 



In \cho$* favor. 



I 



For what expended. 



82015 . Colbath, B. B , Expenses In pursuit of V.NordineJ $ 62 50 



igitized by 



Qbogfe 



250 Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 168. 
fugitives from justice. 

( For tfie payment of the claim of H. O. McCarthy for expenses incurred in the pursuit of 
Edward A. Cooke, a fugitive from justice.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218. Laws 1905- _ $ 60 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 60 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 — $ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



tr arrant. 



In who** favor. 



For vhat expended. 



~T905 

May 27 ; 31488 I McCarthy, H. G. j Exp'sin pursuitof Edgar A.Cooke.: $ 60 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 169. 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

( For the payment of the claim of H. 8. Moody for expense* incurred in the pursuit of Edward 
Qeisy, a fugitive from justice.) 

Appropriation. Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 29 05 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive — 29 05 

Balance unexpended September 90, 1906 I 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



~T305~ 
June 3 



*•■ °t In whose favor. For what expended. Amount, 

warrant . | 



3H44 I Moody, H. S I Exp»s In pursuit of Edward Gelsy.i $ 29 <i5 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 170. 

FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 

( For the payment of the claim of Alex Ormefor expenses incurred in the pursuitof Francis 
Fitch, a fugitive from justice.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 112 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive — 112 00 

Balance unexpended $ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



So. of | 
! n arrant. 



In trhoee favor. i Fur vhat expended. 



1905 , "' | 

May 20' 31248 Ornie, Alex _i Kxp's in pursuit of Francis Fitch- 



112 00 



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251 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 171. 
health officers. 

(For the payment of the salaries of, at Astoria, Coos Bay, Gardiner and Yaquina.) 



Appropriation for two years, January L 1905, to December SI, 1900 $ 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $.. 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1906. J 



884 07 
834 07 



Dot*. 1 


No. of 


! 


**— »'*•*. 


~1K6~ 


— 


April 1 i 


80643 


1 , 


90644 


1 ' 


30645 


1 i 


80646 


May 23 , 


81346 


24 ! 


81417 


2* i 


31418 


Jane 16 ' 


81662 



In who$« favor. 



I 



For what expended. 



Henderson. H. L i Salary, health 

Straw, E. E Salary, health 

Wetmore. J. D Salary, health 

Patterson, Alex M Salary, health 

Henderson, H. L 1 Salary, health 

Straw. E. E I Salary, health 

Wetmore, J. D | Salary, health 

Patterson, Alex M. i Salary, health 



officer, Astoria $ 250 00 

officer, Coos Bay | 100 00 

officer, Yaquina 100 00 

officer, Gardiner 100 00 

officer, Astoria 129 12 

officer, Coos Bay 51 65 

officer, \aqulna' 51 65 

officer, Gardiner 51 65 



Total amount expended 



834 07 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 172. 

BOATMAN AT ASTORIA. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 8 1,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 125 00 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 $ • 875 00 

[Section 4088, Code.] 



Date, i *°f t 



In whote favor. 



For what expondod. 



-1805— ! i 

April 6 j 30762 : Keating, James | Salary, boatman at Astoria j $ 125 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 173. 

INDIAN WAR VETERANS. 

{For the payment of the balance of the claim* already found due by the Secretary of State* 

and those that may yet be filed for service in the Indian Wart of 1855 and 

1896, who served under and by uirtue of the directions of 

the officers of Oregon Territory.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 91, Laws 1905 — f 46,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 90, 1906, Inclusive 44,9ft! 81 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 91, Laws 1906.] 



87 19 



Date. 



1555^ 
May 19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19 

19, 

19 ' 

19 ; 

19 I 

19 

19 I 

19 * 

19 

19 I 

19 I 

19 I 

19 

19 

19 I 

19 

19 

19 I 



Ho. of 



81176 
81177 
81178 
81180 
81181 
81182 
81188 
811K4 
81186 
81186 
81187 
81188 
•81189 
81190 
81191 
81192 
81198 
81194 
81196 
81196 
81197 
81198 
81199 
81200 
81208 
81206 
81206 
81207 
81208 
81209 
81210 
31211 
8L212 
81213 
81214 
81215 
31216 
31217 
81218 
31219 
31220 
81221 
31222 
31228 
81224 
81225 
31226 
31229 
31230 
31231 
31232 
31234 
81234 
31235 
31236 
31237 
31288 
31239 
31240 
81211 
31242 



In wko*9 favor. 



Howd, Julius 

Porter, Oliver 8. ... 
Swartz, Alonzo — 

Addtngton. Joel 

Bradley, William 

Brewer, John M 

Brldgefarmer. Alanson. 

Baughman, Malachl 

Boyd, J. E. 

Bowman, Abraham.. 

Cook, Perry T _. 

Coleman, John 



For what oxpondod. 



Services, Indian wars 1865-1856 



do— 

- ...__-„^_-„™. 

do 

do 



VA^icuiau, auuLM--—--. 

Cox, William W 

Cunis, William 

Cheshire, William P... 

Dorn, William 

DeMoss. Peter 

Drake, Riley 

Fryer, Alexander L. 

Gardner, William T... 

Hughes, Joseph 

Hawkins, Samuel 

Hlnkle, J. T. 



__do- 



V d 

L d 

im P...J d 



Jess, Alexander M. 

Johnson, William H. __ 

MoBride, Arthur F. 

Lowden, James 

McCullough, Matt 

Morgan, John 

Miller, Ellas M... 
Mllllorn. John H. 
Maxwell, Ellas _ 



Masrerson, James A... 

Neely, James 

Price. James D. 

PIttman, Jacob 

Re**d, George 

Smith. Francis M.___ 
Swearlnger, Jackson. 
Stay ton, Samuel R. .. 
Tillard, Samuel- 
Van Dorn, Isaac. 
Wides, George M. 

Witter, J. T 

Muller, Vorhies. 
Burns, W. T..__. 

Baird. John F 

Bewley, Theophllus R- 
Balrd, Carroll. 
Collin*, J. W 
Drumheller, Jessie 

Garrett, J. H 

Heverlo, Wllllam. 

Kittson, Peter __.. 

King, William S 

Miller, Thomas J 

Payne, J. Taylor 

Patton, Green 

Uuesnell, Francois 
Roberts, Alvin V 
Stanley, W. J 



do 



™~~dor~~'"~"~~~"""' 




201 94 
130 70 
00 85 

160 96 
824 82 
328 29 

157 70 
167 91 
129 50 
290 97 
181 68 

46 14 
136 58 
167 70 
69 42 
64 67 
187 69 
206 65 
145 72 

143 27 
164 24 
124 67 
105 08 

62 86 
162 02 
484 11 
812 26 
115 49 
266 40 
162 02 

144 82 
128 88 
110 81 
206 22 
142 16 
180 39 

46 62 
68 85 
164 21 
167 15 

63 84 
176 77 
201 16 
283 77 
124 78 
183 06 
186 91 
147 62 
172 67 

161 88 
299 79 

92 11 
161 50 

158 02 
49 09 
95 89 

289 52 
155 08 
815 97 
97 70 
112 21 



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253 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 178-Omttnuerf. 



DtU. 


mmrmmt. 


At •»*••« /ferwr. 


For whmt mtpmtdad. 


Amount. 


May 19 
19 


81248 
81244 
81245 
81246 
81282 

81266 
81257 
81266 
81260 
81260 
81261 
81262 
81268 
81264 
81266 
81266 
81267 
81268 
81269 
81270 
81271 
81272 
81278 
81274 
81275 
81276 
81277 
31278 
81279 
81280 
81281 
81282 
81284 
81284 
81285 
81266 
81287 
81288 
81289 
81290 
81291 
81292 
81296 
81294 
81295 
81296 
81297 
81296 
31299 
81800 
81301 
81802 
81806 
81804 
81305 
81306 
81307 
81308 
81809 
81810 
31311 
31812 
81818 
81814 
81315 
81816 
81817 
81818 
81819 
81820 
81821 
81822 
81828 


Tkbor, John B, — 

Wolff, FrancU J. D.,_„ 


Services, Indian Warn, 1H55-185G. 


f 312 24 

181 72 


19 


"Warner,, Mojtes. 


do 


153 05- 


19 


Ganutl, William 

8t s lntr^r, Surah, widow 
of William Stringer., 

Brndley, J. V. 

Cart well, Preston 

Cnrnnbell* Nathanlel--- 

Charltou. C. A 

Day, tfllan j. . ,. . 


_ _„_ do __^ . 


285 51 


20 


„_ do _ _ . 


190 21 


20 
20 
20 
20 


_ .do ,™ 

™_ do__ „_ „ _ 


115 8* 
208 11 
80 89- 
165 0» 


20 




200 30 


20 
20 
20 


Enj^leh, A. A..~ 

Farleigh t John W 

Fronmn, Isaiah H 


.do„„. - 

— - .—do-, 

„ do_ 


171 98 
283 88 
188 91 


20 
20 
20 
20 


F«ix r Samuel 

Qn\> Joseph W, 

Garrett, Tho*. G + 

Good, K M. ._-_ „ -_. 


""*"*" ~~" "fin-" """""" ~ V.... ' 


168 64 

318 W 

189 37 

25 0* 


20 
20 


Goings. John --, 

Hrjnna, lrn |L— — -- 

Mllllora, Rennet „_ 

Moorea, Jamet^— 

MMHt. Jamew K*. . 


""" ^i_ii~~ido~ ~~i. "izr^imi" 


147 87 
154 21 


20 


do 


32 -*> 


20 


„ do.__. 


274 00 


20 


„do „_ 


58 85 


20 


RhiI»I-oh p Solomon 

Rlchew Edgar. ... . . 


. do . 


162 88 


20 


_,„,do _. „ . , 


89 86 


20 
20 
22 
22 


Ruttsell, Andrew ,.— 

Btandley, John 

B«»wJ'-*, lntvi..l H. 

Bmilaliit B F.,- 


„_. do , ., , 


238 55 
187 90 
50 85 

141 82 


22 


Bel Leu, Jennie G.— 
Beck, Samuel... _._ 

Cum-juell, Hector H 

Charlton, Joseph J 

Cunningham, P. J'. .. 


do . „ ^ 


162 98 


22 
22 
22 
22 




276 80 
168 55 
318 97 
154 23 


22 
22 


Carter, Humph re j* L... 
Doty, Andrew J ♦ _ 


— -**— — ■ -- 


154 17 
817 79' 


22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 


Frtwr, Abel P.- 

Freenuin, \\\ L. 

Gardner. Aaron 

Gardner, Stephen B 

Hop wood, Ma«es 

Hay*, Jflmew H , 

Unli'iway, John M 

Harvey, HJroeon. 


" "I""""~I"do"~~III™""""I 


154 21 
284 18 
148 27 
119 67 
297 89* 
824 11 
56 81 
827 52 


22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 
22 


Hey wood. 1). W _. 

Harrln, William P 

Hawley, Luther. C 

Ifigrnm, Mitc;h<ll 

Horrli, Bear? s _ 

Munis, jucii.Mjii 

Napey, Adrian.. 


■~""""""IdnI"""~""""™II 


108 56 
159 60^ 
121 10 
276 28 
869 55- 
185 47 
286 84 


22 


Owenoy, Powell 


.. do 


108 98 


22 


Phlnney. Harauel 


do ., 


298 87 


22 


Phillips, Marlon 


do 


120 8a 


22 


Pence, Andrew J 

Reeves, John R. 


do 


24 10 


22 


do 


102 19- 


22 


Roger*, Luther R 

Rogers, William L. 


do 


24 1* 


22 


do 


235 91 


22 


Shfrrel, William W 


.do „_-._„_— 


162 02 


22 


Simon, R. G. 


do 


154 7* 


22 


Skeen, William. 


_ do _. 


164 42 


22 


Sergeant, John 


do .... 


296 93 


22 


Ta Inert, Frank 


_..do • 


93 23 


22 


Tedrow, Charlea W 


do .. . 


183 12 


22 


Tryon, Darlon 


do 


105 03 


22 


Tureman, Alfred 


do 


108 41 


22 


Thomas, Perry 


do 


312 24 


22 


White, Edward N 


do 


162 02 


22 


Walker, Cleveland 


_ do -....——.——. 


381 37 


22 


Wilson,' James 

Warren, Emmet L. 


do 


881 37 


22 


do 


143 80> 


22 


Brewer, Rust in C 


do ______ 


160 50 


22 


Basket, William L 


do 


158 24 


22 


Brown, William 




186 74 



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254 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 178-Omttrtued. 



So. of 



In wkote fm 



\m 




May 22 


31324 


22 


31825 


22 


31826 


22 


31827 


22 


81828 


22 


31329 


22 


31830 


22 


81881 


22 


31882 


22 


31883 


22 


31834 


22 


31335 


22 


81836 


22 


31887 


22 


31838 


22 


31839 


22 


31810 


22 


31341 


22 


31842 


22 


31813 


22 


31844 


22 


31845 


23 


8 352 


23 


31855 


28 


31856 


2ft 


31857 


28 


31858 


23 


31869 


23 


81860 


28 


31861 


23 


81862 


23 


31863 


23 
23 


81364 
31865 


23 


31866 


23 


31867 


23 


31868 


23 


31869 


23 


31370 


23 


31871 


23 


31372 


23 


81873 


23 


81889 


23 


31390 


23 


31891 


23 


31892 


23 


3139* 


28 


31894 


28 


81895 


23 


81396 


23 


31897 


23 


31398 


23 


31399 


23 


31400 


24 


31411 


24 


31413 


24 


81414 


25 


3 1420 


25 


31421 


25 


31422 


25 


81428 


25 


31424 


25 


31425 


26 


81430 


26 


31431 


29 


31437 


29 


31488 


29 


31439 


29 


31440 


June 2 


31441 


8 


31447 



Cox, William ■ Services, Indian Ware, 1855-1856— 

~ ■ * ' do 

do 

do 

do 

ZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIZZ! 
ZlZIZIdoIZZIZZIIIIZIIZZZZZZZ 

do 

do- 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

z"zHdoiz~ii™znzzzizzz 

ZIZZZIdo"Z"~IZZZZ"ZZZIZ 

!ZZZZZZdoZIZIZZZZIZZZZIIZZZZI 

ZZIZIIZZIIIIdoIIIIIZZIZZZIZZZIIZII 

do~ 



Crabtree, Isaac. 

Crabtree. Job 

Fewell, Benjamin. 

Hayter, W. L 

McKray, tester 

Landing, Joe lab A.. 
Mllliom, William.. 

Muse, James H 

Sutherland, William 

Shannon. Stephen 

8onger, William F 

Splawn, William L 

Wilkinson, John W 

Swank, James W. 

Taylor, Joseph T 

Teal, Joseph 

Walter, George 

Herbert, George W 

Knott*, Oscar 

Wilson, H. S 

Smith, Isaac D. 

Chandler, John 

Anderson, Charles 

Blakely, Samuel 

Barnett, C. H 

Cherry, George W. 

Dulley, John B 

Freeman, Ransom 

Furman, John 

Hawkins, Samuel S 

Helm, Thomas H. B 

Jones, James 

Keeney. Ellas 

Lloyd, John C. 

Meservey, Elijah 

Phillips. Thomas J. 

Polk, Milton 

Robinson, James A. 

Smith, J. L 

Trimble, James 

Watson, John 

Evans, Allan 

Kimball, Elbridge C.— 

Linn, Adam I do. 

Penter, Ell I do 

Riffle, F. M | do 

Rainey, Alexander M.J do 

Aubrey, Thomas J. | do 

Davis, John — do 

January, Jonathan do 

Moore, Seth W do 

Parks, Samuel , do 

Sanford, Henry W L. _„do 

Hicks, William !__. do 

Bramlet, Francis C I do 

Beagle, James H ! — do 

Curl, Caleb W __J do 

Kirk, Miles N I do 

Klum, Charles K i do 

Rexford, Ensign 1 do 

Wasson, Mary C, wld- , 

owof Win. D. Wasson.' do 

Woodford, William F.J do 

Smith, Mary E., widow 



do 

r — do 

— - do.. 

do 

do.. 



Z.IZI_Z_do-IZZZZ-IZZZI 

-do 



_do. 



.do. 



~~~~~~~"_doI-_I!I-IZ 
-do ^_ 



of Samuel Smith 
Turner, S. Low, widow 

of Alonzo P. Turner.. 

Awbrey, Mar-shell C 

Dupree, Charles 

Greenman, Clark ««. 

McKoin, Thomas E I do. 

Frakes, William I do.. 

Zimmerman, George E.| do 



388 82 
810 44 

311 72 

244 79 
194 28 

176 68 
288 26 
148 80 
186 89 
182 42 
124 83 

41 80 
178 54 
199 26 
299 52 
158 07 

106 67 
82 40 

148 27 

107 98 
184 99 

20 65 

177 77 

157 50 
105 08 
154 21 
819 42 

245 69 
188 82 

312 24 

156 04 
100 28 
148 80 
111 82 
181 09 

178 48 
800 50 
296 60 
191 34 
299 52 
190 83 
147 54 

59 42 
170 87 
186 85 
186 85 
254 22 
240 50 
198 55 

57 62 

158 .'5 
102 58 
120 31 

157 07 
134 68 

154 21 

158 55 
156 42 
278 82 
162 02 

88 09 

155 70 
68 84 

63 84 

75 64 

156 55 
180 56 

50 50 
830 85 
154 31 
147 32 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



255 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 178— Concluded. 



Dtte. « Vo - •/ 



1905 

June 3 

3 

3 

3 



7 
7 
9 
9 
9 

10 
13 
13 
14 



16 
17 
17 
19 
22 
35 



In who»t favor. 



31448 | 

31449 ' 
31450, 

31451 | 

81452 

81453 I 

31488 ! 

31489 | 
81514 , 
31515 ' 
31524 , 



July 



Aug. 



Oct. 
Xov. 



27 
7 
10 
17 
22 
24 
4 
14 
21 i 
Sept. 12 ' 
14 

21 
21 

*.' 

7 | 
1 
4 ' 
18 
24 
24 

Dec. 2« 

29 i 

Jan. h 

Feb. 15 
Mar. 9 < 
24 
24 I 
April 16 • 
15 
19 
19 

May 12 

June 19 
23 



81520 > 

31582! 
31538 ! 
31MI 
81682 



31563 
31607 I 
31008 1 
31628 
31665 
81680 

31684 
81936 1 
31939 



32300 



82466 



32720 
33744 
32881 



Mom, Stephen , Services, Indian Wan, 1855-1866 1 $ 

Alcorn, E. Robert do _' 

Gerow, Jonathan T. i - do I 

McClnre, Laura T., wld-i ! 

ow of C. W. McClure do ' 

Long, Debbie J., widow 

of Geo. W. Long do 

Broad well, Jacob C , do 1 

Mulvaney, L. W do , 

Beagle. Oliver H.P do . 

Hutchins, John , do I 

Watts, Alexander J. do : 

Deardorff, Coblas - do 1 

Ogden, Hiram. ' do ' 

Powell, Martha J. wld- 1 

ow of Allan Powell do 

Llnvllle, L. G do | 

Johnson, Hannibal F._ J do , 

Crisman. Archibald , do „ I 

Bridgefarmer, Sarah, j 

wid. of David Bridge- I 

farmer ; do ' 

Mulvaney. N. R do 1 

Easley, John 1 do ' 

Smith, Henry ' do 1 

Shaw, Harvey I do.. 

Settler, Charles I do.. 

Thomas, Caroline, wld- 1 

o w of Geo. W.Thomas., do- 

Alford, Thos do 

Johnson, Andrew j do. 

Enyart, James I do. 

King, John _ ,1 do. 

Kimsey, James 8 ; do- 

Wore ham, Sampson 

Darnel le, Oscar 

Gill, Marshall 

Goldsaure, Jacob 

Wiley, A. J I.. 

Smith, Richard 

Graves, Frances 



do 



32840 

32841 

32849 

32964 

88051 

83462, 

88469 

83587 • 

38609, 

33610 

88611 

3379b I 

33810 I 

33965i 
84102 , 
34380 
34472 j 

34538 ' 

34539 I 
84902 , 
81903 i 
34926 I 
34927! 
34932; 
35059 I 
35214 I 
35219 I 



Churchill, Wllloughby. 

Beeman, Rufus H 

Crouch, Shipman H.__ 

Phillips, Robert 

Sheffield, Edward 

Fontaine, Wm. R 

Saxton, Noble 

Abbott, James A . 

McKlnney, James M 

Blackburn, Benjamin 

Coffey, Van L 

Hosier, Josephus 

Clemens, Wm 

Evans, James M 



do : 

do ' 

do 1 

™~HIIirdoI~LI™"~"~ri 

:~i™~ido™i~™i~™ 

do 

do 

do - 

do 1 



Fields, Reuben- I do 

Link8wiier. Tobias L. __' do 

Buraton, Miles __l do 

Milllcan, Andrew J._*_.i do 

Oliver, Nicholas B 1 do 

Templeton, John A. | do 

Blrdseye, Frederick G— . do 

Stout, George W _J_— do 

Barker, Joshua | do 

Eddins, Win. B i— do 

Harty. F. M do 

Greenwood, B. P I do 

Homsley, Bailey A I do 

Knox, George I do 



87 05 
243 88 
50 87 

96 07 

189 48 
24 54 
134 57 
158 55 
148 27 
811 89 
50 40 
158 55 

238 55 
63 84 
198 88 
151 43 



147 32 
14 09 

138 90 

105 08 
75 64 

177 08 

272 82 
102 58 
157 07 

40 11 
188 46 
147 32 

69 77 

92 41 
140 20 
185 29 

52 80 
185 29 
290 97 
132 42 

63 84 
102 42 

185 94 

186 18 
131 50 
250 88 

68 84 
136 85 
203 14 
81 54 
50 42 
197 97 
337 64 

8J6 44 
138 06 
289 95 
116 07 
143 80 
369 09 
176 77 
192 74 
161 61 
129 10 
150 84 
100 01 
149 80 
224 76 



Total amount expended ' S 44,962 81 



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256 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 174. 

IRRIGATION COMMISSION 



(For the payment of the expense* of the Irrigation Commission, appointed pursuant to Sen- 
ate Concurrent Resolution No. SO, adopted by the Twenty Second Legislative Aseembiy, 
to report a bill relating to the subject of irrigation.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 229, Laws 1005 I 534 40 

Amount expended, January 1. 1905, to September 80, j 1906, inclusive 624 40 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1006 f 

[Chapter 229, Laws 1005] 



So. f 



— rooe — i 

June 26 , 85275 

28 85860 

July 11 ■ 86243 

11 86244 

20 ) 86787 



/ft WhO— fVOOT 



Halley, T. G 

Snow, Zera 

Ankeny, H. E. 

Gates, H. V 

Mallett, C. W 



For irAo/ oxpondod. 



Expenses, 
do. 



do. 



Total amount expended. 



158 40* 
10 00 

182 30 
87 70 

186 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 175. 

SALARIES OF CLERK AND STENOGRAPHER IN OFFICE OF ATTORNEY 

GENERAL. 



Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 81, 1906 $ 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 



8.600 00 
8,061 75 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 — -. 9 548 25 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



1S06 
April 

July 

Oct. 

1906 
Jan. 

April 

July 

Oct. 



So. of 



80661 
80662 

81789 
31790 
82944 
32945 

83903 

83904 
34648 
34649 
85669 
85670 
88200 
88201 



In who— /nor. 



For tehut txpontsd. 



I 



Van Winkle, I. H.. 

Wann, Mary _. 

Van Winkle, I. H.. 

Wann, Mary 

Van Winkle, I. H.. 
Wann, Mary 



Van Winkle, I. H 

Wann, Mary 

Van Winkle, I. H 



Salary, clerk 

Salary, stenographer.. 

Salary, clerk 

Salary, stenographer.. 
Salary, clerk 

Salary, stenographer.. 



Salary, clerk 

Salary, stenographer.. 

Salary, clerk 

Wann, Mary B Salary, stenographer.. 

Van winkle, I. H Salary, clerk 

Wann, Mary B. Salary, stenographer.. 

Van Winkle, I. H Salary, clerk. 



Wann, Mary B 1 Salary, stenographer.. 



Total amount expended. 



800 00- 
51 75- 
800 00 
150 00 
300 00 
150 00 

300 00 
150 00 
800 00 
150 00 
800 00 
150 00 
800 00 
150 00- 



S 8,051 75 




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Report op Secretary of State. 



257 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 176. 



SALARY OF ATTORNEY GENERAL. 

Appropriation for two years, January L 1905, to December 31, 1906 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive... 



$ 6,000 00 
6,250 00 



Balance unexpended September 90, 1906 $ 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 


750 00 


fen *•• •/ 


In whoae favor. 


For trhat txpondoi. 


Amount. 


m ! 

April 1 I 80665 
July 1 ! 81701 
UcL 1 I 32861 

1906 
Jan. 1 ' 88818 
April 1 34565 


Crawford, A. M. 

do 

do 

do 

do 


Salary, Attorney General 

do 

zzzzzzzzzzzzzdozzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz 


S 750 00 
750 00 
750 00 

750 00 
7M> 00 


July 2, 85567 
0?U 1 , 88119 


do 

do 


--—--.----- ZZ"Z"ZZ'Z 


750 00 
750 00 




l nt exp snded - 




Total amoi 


8 5,260 00 









STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 177. 
salaries of judges of circuit courts. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December^, 1906 .... 
Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive.. 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



. $ 84,000 00 
88,108 80 

1 891 70 



No. •/ 



1905 
April 



July 



Oct 



80696 

80696 
30507 
80608 
80699 
80600 
80601 
30602 
80608 
80604 
80606 



80607 
80608 



, 80610 
81711 

I 81712 
31718 
81714 
81715 
81716 
81717 

I 81718 
81719 

! 81720 
81721 

, 81722 
81728 

1 81724 

I 81726 
31726 
82871 

i S2872 

I 82873 

, 82874 
82K75 

, 82876 
82877 

' 82878 
32K79 

I 82890 
SEC'Y— I 



In who$t favor. 



Benson, H. L 

Hanna, H. K .. 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harris. L. T. . 



Burnett, Geo. H 

Galloway, Wm 

Frazer, Arthur L 

Sears, Alfred F„ Jr.. 

Cleland, John B 

George, Melvln C. — 
McBride, Thos. A... 

Ellis, W. R _ 

Bradsnaw, W. L 

White, Samuel 

Davis, Geo. E _ 

Eakln,R 

Hanna, H. K 

Benson, H. L 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harris, L. T. ._ 

Burnett, Geo. H. 

Galloway, Wm. 

Frazer, Arthur L. ... 
Sears, Alfred F., Jr. . 

Cleland, John B 

George, Melvln C 

McBride, Thos. A.... 

Ellis, W. R. — 

Bradsnaw, W. L 

White, Samuel 

Davis, Geo. E 

Eakln,R 

Benson, H. L 

Hanna, H. K 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harris, L. T 

Burnett, Geo. H. 

Galloway, William.. 

Frazer, Arthur L. 

Sears, Alfred F., Jr. . 

Cleland, John B 

George, Melvln C. — 
pU II. 17 



For what txptndod. 



Judge, 1st Judicial District— 
do 

Judge, 2d Judicial District., 
do.. 



Judge, 3d Judicial District.. 
do 

Judge, 4 th Judicial District. 

!zzzzzzzzzzzzZdoZzzzzzzzzzz;zzzz; 

do. 



Judge, 5th Judicial District—. 
Judge, 6th Judicial District... 
Judge, 7th Judicial District... 
Judge, 8th Judicial District- 
Judge, 9th Judicial District... 
Judge, 10th Judicial District- 
Judge, 1st Judicial District... 

do ._ 

Judge, 2d Judicial District... 

do.. 

Judge, 3d Judicial District... 

do 

Judge, 4th Judicial District... 

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 

....do _ 

, Judge, 5th Judicial District.. 

j Judge, 6th Judicial District... 

i Judge, 7th Judicial District... 

J Judge, 8th Judicial District— 

! Judge, 9th Judicial District- 
Judge, 10th Judicial District. 

I Judge, 1st Judicial District.. 

.!__ do.. 

Judge, 2d Judicial District... 

do 

Judge, 8d Judicial District... 

- do. 

Judge, 4th Judicial District.. 

j do 

! do 



750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
300 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
760 00 
750 00 
808 30 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
7.% 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
7*1 00 
750 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



258 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 177— Concluded. 



1905 
Oct. 



1906 
Jan. 



April 



July 



Oct. 



No. of 
warrant. 



82881 
32882 



82884 
82885 



Jn wAo«« fawor. 



Mc Bride, Thomas A... 

Ellis, W. R 

Bradshaw, W. L 

White, Samuel 

Davis, George E ... 

Eakln, Robert 



For wkat expanded. 



Judge, 5th Judicial District... 
J udge, 6th Judicial District- 
Judge, 7th Judicial District... 
Judge, 8th Judicial District... 
Judge, 9th Judicial District... 
Judge, 10th Judicial District.. 



3S828 
38829 

33830 I 

33831 I 
88«32 ; 
33833 I 
33884 



33836 
83837 
83838 



Benson, H. L 

Hanna, H. K 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harris, L. T 

Burnett, Geo H 

Galloway, William. 
Frazer, Arthur L. 
Sears, Alfred F., Jr. 
Cleland, John B.. 



Judge, 
J udge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



33840 i 

33841 I 
83842 
33843 

34575 I 

34576 I 

34577 I 
84578 
34579 
34580 
34581 
34582 
84588 
84584 
34585 
8458(5 
34587 
34588 
84589 
84590 
85598 
85599 
35600 
35601 
35602 
25603 
35604 
35605 
85606 
85607 
35608 
85600 
85610 
35611 
856 1 'i ' 
35613 I 

38129 I 

38130 i 
38131 
38 J 32 ! 
38133 j 
38131 
88135 I 
38136 [ 
38137 
38138 | 
38139 

38140 ' 

38141 » 

38142 I 

38143 I 

38144 | 



George, Melvin C i. 

McBride, Thomas A | 

Ellis, W. R I 

Bradshaw, W. L ■ 

White, Samuel | 

Davis, Geo. E. ; 

Kakin, R I 

Benson, H. L. —_| 

Hanna, H.K. i. 

Hamilton, J. W ' 

Harris, Lawrence T. 

Burnett, George H. J 

Galloway, William ! . 

Frazer, Arthur L. I 

Sears, Alfred F. Jr., '. 

Cleland, John B '. 

George. Melvin C. |. 

McBride, Thomas A. i 

Ellis, W. R. I 

Bradshaw, W. L 

White, Samuel 

Davis, George E 

Eakln, R 

Benson, H. L. 

Hanna, H.K 

Hamilton, J. W 

Harris, L. T 

Burnett, George H 

Galloway, William. 

Frazer, Arthur L 

Sears, Alfred F 

Cleland, John B 

George, Melvin C. 

McBride, Thomas A. _. 

Ellis. W. R _ 

Bradshaw, W ._ 

White, Samuel 

Davis, George E.. 

Eakln, R 

Benson, H. L _. 

Hanna, H. K 

Hamilton, J. W _. 

Harris, L. T 

Burnett, George H 

Galloway, William 

Frazer, Arthur L 

Sears, Alfred F.Jr., 

Cleland, John B 

Gantenbein, C. U 

McBride, Thomas A 

Bean, H. J 

Bradshaw, W. L._ 

Smith, William 

Davis, George E. __ 

Eakln, R 



Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



1st Judicial District— 

do 

2d Judicial District.. 

do 

3d Judicial District.. 

do 

4th Judicial District- 
do. 

do 

do 

5th Judicial District- 
6th Judicial District... 
7th Judicial District... 
8th Judicial District... 
9th Judicial District. .. 
10th Judicial District.. 
1st Judicial District... 

do 

2d Judicial District... 

do- 

3d Judicial District... 

do— 

4th Judicial District.. 
do 



Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 



Judge, 
Judge, 
J udge, 
J udge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 
Judge, 

Judge, 



do 

do_ 

5th Judicial District... 
6ih Judicial District... 
7th Judicial District... 
8th Judicial District... 
9th Judicial District... 
10th Judicial Districts 
1st Judicial District... 

do 

2d Judicial District... 

do.. 

3d Judicial District-. 

do 

4th Judicial District... 
do 

mzido."-Z-"-ir.„-" 

5th Judicial District... 
6th Judicial District... 
7th Judicial District... 
8th Judicial District... 
9th Judicial District... 
10th Judicial District.. 
1st Judicial District... 

do 

2d Judicial District- 



Judge, 
Judge, 



3d 



.do. 



Judicial District. 

do _.._ 

4th Judicial Distrlct. 

do 

do.. 

do. 



J udge, 51 h Judicial District- 
Judge, 6th Judicial District- 
Judge, 7th Judicial District- 
Judge, 8th Judicial District- 
Judge, 9th Judicial District- 
Judge, 10th Judicial District. 



750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 

750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
7G0 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
760 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
766 30 
750 00 
766 30 
750 00 
766 30 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
733 70 
750 00 
733 70 
750 00 
7?tt 70 
750 00 
750 00 



Total amount expended $ 88,108 30 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



259 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 178. 

SALARIES OF JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS AND PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS 

AND DEPUTIES. 
■ For the payment of, during the years 1903 and 1901, for which past appropriation was 

insufficient.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 8, Laws 1905. _ f 2,560 11 

Amount expended, January 1, 1903, to September 30, 190(5, Inclusive 2,560 11 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1900 „ $_. 

[Chapter 8, Laws 1905.] 



I'OU. 



No. of \ 
, u-arratU' 



In vkoit favor. 



1'*I5 
Jan. "a* 
Kb. K 
6 
♦5 
10 
ii 
lh 



29765 McCulloch, J. W._ 

29025 Menefee, Frank 

29926 Lomax. Leroy 

29927 Cochran. Chas. E 

29984 Marks, J. E..._ 

29972 , Leonard, C. H 

30231 i Henderson, Scott Z.... 



For what expanded, j A 

Pros. Atty., 9th Jud'l Dirt , 8 

Pros. Atty., 7th Jud'l Dist 

Pros. Atty., 8th Jud'l Dist '.- i 

Deputy Pros. Atty., 8th Jud'l Dist._| 

Deputy Pros. Atty., 9th Jud'l Dist.- 1 

I Deputy Pro*. Atty., 9th Jud'l Dist.-i 

Deputy Pros. Atty., 8th Jud'l Dist. J 



750 00 
566 11 
750 00 
125 00 
123 00 
125 00 
125 00 



Total amount expended - _ *2,566 11 



STATEMENT VI.— Exhibit No. 179. 

SALARIES OF PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS AND DEPUTIES 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905 to December 81, 1906 $ 76 700 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30. 1908, inclusive 71 413 60 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906.. 



..* 5 286 40 



[Chapter 167, Laws 1905] 



yc. of 



In trtaM favor. 



For what expended. 



ftfi6" 
April 



July 



18 
24 



30611 
80612 
80618 
84614 
80616 
34616 
90617 
80618 
80619 
30620 
30621 
80622 



' Reames, A. E. 

, Moore, W. J 

I Brown, Geo. M 

McNary, John H 

Manning, John 

| Adams, Harry B.~ 

Moser, G. C. 

I Allen, Harrison 

Schuebel. C._ 



T 



80624 



80626 
30627 



30629 
80760 
80761 
30882 
31009 
31034 
31727 
31728 
31729 
31730 
31731 
31782 
31733 
31734 
31785 



Powell, W. tt. 

Tongue, E. B 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Collier, H. E 

Notson, S. E — . 

Menefee, Frank 

McCulloch, J. W 

Marks, J. E 

Leonard, C. H _ 

Lomax, Leroy 

Crawford, Clarence H. 

i Cochran, Charles E 

| Hod gin, JohnS 

Henderson, Scott Z 

I Reames, A. E 

Moore, W. J 

Brown, George M _. 

McNary, John H 

Hill, Gale S 

McNary, C. L 

Hurley, G. A.— w _.' 

Cooper, W. H 

Conner, R. L 



Pros. Att'y, 1st Pro. Att'y. Dist , $ 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Proi. Att'y. Dist-_! 
Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial District-.! 
Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial District- 
Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial District. J 
Dep. Pros. Att'y. 4th Judicial Dlsti 

do ! 

Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial District.. _i 
Dept. Pros. Att'y. 5th Judicial Dist. 
do- 
do. 



.do. 



Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial District , 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist. 

Pros? Xtt'y,~7th J udicfaT Dls'tric"" 
Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial District— 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist. 

_ do 

Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial District... 
Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial District.. 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial Dint. 
Dep. Pros. Att'v, 10th Judicial Dist. 
Dep. Pros. Att'y. 8th Judicial Dist. 
Pros. Att'y, 1st Pros. Att'y Dist._._ 
Pros. Att'y. 2nd Pro*. Atry Dist.— 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial District— 
Dep. Pros. Att'y 3rd Judicial Dist.. 

, do._ 

.do 

do. 

do 



500 00 

438 30 

1 000 00 

1 087 50 

1000 00 

450 00 

450 00 

675 00 
125 00 
150 00 

75 00 
125 00 
600 00 
100 00 

50 00 
875 00 
750 00 
125 00 
125 00 

676 65 
175 00 

63 90 
43 30 

76 40 
500 00 
500 00 

1 000 00 
848 55 
70 90 
70 00 
29 50 

47 30 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



260 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. m-Qtmtinued. 



Dai*. 


No. of 




J warrant. 


1905 


1 


July 1 


31796 


1 


81787 


1 


81788 


1 


81788 


1 


31740 


1 


81741 


1 


31742 


1 


31748 


1 


81744 


1 


81746 


1 


81746 


1 


81747 


1 


31748 


1 


81749 


1 


81750 


1 


31751 


1 


31752 


1 


81753 


Oct. 1 


32887 


1 


32888 


1 


82889 


1 


32890 


1 


32891 


1 


32892 


1 


82898 


1 


82891 


1 


32896 




32896 


1 


82897 


1 


32898 


1 


32899 


1 


82900 


1 


32901 


1 


82902 


1 


32908 


1 


82904 


1 


32905 


1 


32906 


1 


82907 


1 


82906 


1 


82900 


1 


82910 


1 


82911 


1 


32912 


1 


82918 


1906 




Jan. 1 


88844 


1 


38845 


1 


88846 


1 


88847 


1 


83848 


1 


88849 


1 


83850 


1 


88851 


1 


33852 


1 


38853 


1 


83854 


1 


88855 


1 


38856 


1 


38857 


1 


83858 


1 


33859 


1 


83860 


1 


33861 


1 


33862 


1 


82863 


1 


33864 


1 


33865 


I 


33866 


1 


33867 


J 


38888 


1 


33869 



In whoM faeor. 



Manning. John 

Adams, Harry B 

Moxer, G. C 

Haney, B. E. 

Allen, Harrison 

Schuebel, C 

Abercrombie, Chas. H. 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Notson, 8. E 

Menefee, Frank 

Lomax, Leroy 

Mcculloch, J. W 

Marks, J. E 

Leonard. C. H 

Crawford, Clarence H._ 

Hodgln, John 8. 

Retimes. A. E 

Moore, W.J 

Brown, George M 

McNary, John H 

Hill, GaleS : 

McNary, Charles L. 

Hurley, G. A 

Cooper. W. H 

Conner, R. L 

Manning, John 

Adams, Harry B. 

Moser, G. C 

Haney, B. E ._, 

Allen, Harrison 

Schuebel, C 

Abercrombie, Chas. H. 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B -. 

Phefps, Gilbert W 

Notson, 8. E 

Menefee, Frank 

Lomax, Leroy T 

McCulloch.J. W 

Marks, J. E 

Leonard. C. H _. 

Crawford. Clarence H._. 
Hodgln, John 8 



Reames. A. E 

Moore, W. J 

Brown, George M.__. 
McNary. John H._._ 

Hill, Gale 8 

MoNary. Charles L.- 
Cooper, W. H 

Conner, R. L 

Manning, John 

Adams, Harry B. 

Moser, G. C 

Haney, B. E 

Allen, Harrison. 



For wfctf expended. 



Pros. A tt"y, 4th Judicial District- 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dlst. 
do 

"ProsTXtVyVstTjudTcTafDlstricT"! 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dlst, 
do 

iii"~rii"i"irrido"zriiii"r"r™i 

Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial District— 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Diet. 
Pros. Att'y, 7th Judicial District- 
Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial District- 
Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dlstrlct- 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist- 

do ! 

Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial District- 
Dep. Pros. Att'y ,10th Judicial Dlst. 

Pros. Att'y, 1st Pros. Att'y Dlst 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Pros. Att'y Dlst.— 
Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial District- 
Pros. Att'y, 8rd Judicial District-..' 
Dep. Pros. Att'y 3rd Judicial Dlst.. 



_do. 



Abercrombie, Chas. H._ 

Schuebel, C 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Notson, 8. E 

Menefee. Frank 

Lomax, Leroy 

McCulloch.J. V 

Marks, J. E 

Leonard, C. H 

Crawford, Clarence H.. 
Hodgln, John 8. 



Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial District > 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dlst- 

do — ' 

-do 

Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial District — 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dlst. 

;i-iii"-"n~i-do"i™"~"H"-^ 

-do 

Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial District — 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dlst. . 
Pros. Att'y, 7th Judicial District... 
Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial Dlstraict- 

Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dint. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th J udlclal Dlst._ 

ProsT A~t"t'y ,"i6th Judiefal Dist™- 1 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial Dlst., 

Pros. Att'y, 1st Pros. Att'y Dlst.— \ 
Pros. Att'y, 2nd Pros. Att'y Dlst.— 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial Dlst 1 

Pros. Att'y, 8rd Judicial Dist , 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial Dlst... 
do 

"Pro87~A tt ' y,~4 th J udTcfaT Disk --" 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dlst... 

Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dlst 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dlst.., 
do 

::~™:"~::~-d£~-™-i~"™" 

Pros. Att'y, «th Judicial Dlst. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dlst.. 

Pros. Att'y, 7th Judicial Dlst. 

Pros Att'y, 8th Judicial Dlst 

Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dlst 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dlst- 

do _ 

Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial Dist ' 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial Dlst... 



1 000 OO 
450 00 
450 0O 
141 l'> 
675 00 
125 00 
150 00 

75 00 
125 00- 
600 00 
150 00 
875 00 
600 00 
760 00 
125 00 
125 00 
450 00 
150 00 
500 00 
500 00 
1 GO 00 
687 50 
150 00 
150 00 

62 50 

60 00 
100 00 
1 000 00 
450 00 
450 00 
300 00 
675 00 
125 00 
150 00 

75 00 
125 00 
600 00 
150 00 
875 00 
600 00 
750 00- 
125 00 
125 00 
450 00 
150 00 

500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00- 
687 50 
150 00- 
150 00 
50 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 
450 OO 
450 00 
900 00 
675 0» 
150 00 
125 00 
73 00 
125 00 
600 00 
160 00 
875 00 
600 00 
750 00 
125 00 
125 00 
450 0O 
150 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



261 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 179— C&ntinued. 



Itate. 


Jfe.o/ 




warran*. 


1906 




Jan. 10 


34066 


12 


340*8 


April 1 


34591 


1 


34592 


1 


34693 


1 


34594 


1 


84595 


1 


34596 


1 


34597 


1 


34598 


1 


34599 


1 


84000 


1 


34601 


1 


34602 


1 


34608 


1 


34604 


1 


84605 


1 


34606 


1 


34607, 


1 


84606 


1 


34009 


1 


31610 


1 


34611 


1 


84612 


1 


84613 


1 


34614 


1 


34615 


1 


34616 


1 


34617 


July 2 


35614 


2 


35615 


2 


35616 


2 


85617 


2 


35618 


2 


36619 


1 


85620 


2 


35621 


2 


35622 


2 


85628 


2 


35621 


2 


35625 


2 


35626 


2 


85627 


2 


35628 


2 


35629 


2 


35680 


2 


85631 


2 


35682 


2 


85088 


2 


85684 


2 


35685 


5 


35616 


o 


35817 


5 


8*818 


5 


85819 


5 


35820 


Oct 1 


88145 


1 


38146 


1 


.38147 


1 


88148 


1 


88149 


1 


38150 


1 


88151 


1 


38152 



/it toko*9 favor. 



For what txptnded. 



T 



V 

1 I 

1 

1 ' 

!i 

1 - 



88153 
38154 
38155 
8M56 
38157 
38158 
38159 
38160 



Sibley, Joseph E l 

Hurley, G. A 

Reames, A. E. 

Moore, W.J. 

Brown, George M 

McNary, John H 

Hill, Gale 8 

McNary, Charles L. 

Sibley, Joseph E. 

Cooper, W. H 

Conner, R. L 

Manning, John 

Adam*, Harry B 

Moser, G. C 

Haney.B E 

Allen, Harrison 

Abercrombie, Chas. H._ 

Schuebel, C 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B 

Phelps, Gilbert W. 

Notson,S. E 

Menefee, Frank 

Lomax, Leroy 

McCulloch, J. W 

Leonard, C. H. 

Marks, J. E 

Crawford, Clarence H.„ 

Hodgln, John 8. 

Reames. A.E. 

Moore, W.J 

Brown, Geo. M 

McNary. John H 

Hill. Gale 8 

McNary. Chas. L 

Sibley, Joseph E 

Cooper, W. H 

Conner, R. L 

Manning, John 

Adams, Harry B 

Moser, G. C 

Haney, B. E 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Notson, 8. E 

Menefee, Frank 

Lomax, Leroy 

McCulloch, J. W 

Leonard, C. H 

Marks, J. E 

Crawford, Clarence H.. 

Hodgln, John 8 

Allen, Harrison 

Schuebel, C 

Abercrombie, Chas. H, 

Powell, W. H 

Tongue, E. B._ 

Reames, A. E 

Moore. W. J 

Brown, George M 

McNary, John H 

Hill, Gale 8 

McNary, Chas. L 

Sibley, Joseph E 

Cooper, W. H 

; Conner, R. L 

Manning, John 

Adams, Harry B._ 

Moser, G. C— 

1 Haney.B. E , 

I Allen, Harrison 

I Abercrombie, Chas. H._! 
I Schuebel, C I. 



Dep. Pros. Att'y,3rd Judicial Dist.. 

Pr^r AuT'yVrs t ProsZ XttVDlYtZZZZ 
Pros. Att'y, 2nd Pros. Att'y Dist.--. 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att'y, 8rd Judicial Dist. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial Dist. 

izzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzdozzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzi 

do 

Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y. 4th Judicial Dist. 

do 

do 

Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dist. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dist.. 
do. 

..do 



Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist.. 

Pros. Att'y, 7th Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att'y. 9th Judicial Dist. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist.. 

do 

Pros. Att'y. 10th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial Dist. 
Pros. Att'y, 1st Pros. Att'y Dist.— 
Pros. Att'y, 2nd Pros. AtVy Dist _ J 

— do 1 

Pros. Att'y, 8rd Judicial Dist I 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial Di*t.J 

IZZZZIZZZZIZZIZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ: 

Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 4th Judloial Dist. 

do j. 

do 

Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist- 

Pros. Att'y, 7th Judicial DisU 

Pros. Att'y, 8th Judicial Dist j 

Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist._| 

~PrM.~Att 7 y"l0th Judicial dTsTZZZZZZ 
Dep. Pros. Att'y, 10th J udlclal Dist.. 

Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dist.. 

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

do 

Pros. Att'y, 1st Pros. Att'y -Dist 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Pros. Att'y Dist.— 

Pros. Att'y, 2nd Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att,y, 3rd Judicial Dist. 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 3rd Judicial Dist— 

do 

do ___ 

do 

„-- do 

Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 4th Judicial Dist._ 

do 

do 

Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dist 

Dep. Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dist._ 
do 



23 10 

39 40 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

687 50 

150 00 

150 00 

62 50 

50 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 

450 00 

800 00 

675 00 

150 00 

125 00 

75 00 

125 00 

600 00- 

150 00 

875 00 

600 00 

750 00 

125 00 

125 00 

450 00 

150 00 

500 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

637 50 

150 00 

150 00 

62 50 

50 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

450 00 

450 00 

300 00 

600 00 

150 00 

875 00 

600 00 

750 00 

125 00 

125 00 

459 78 

153 26 

675 00 

125 00 

150 00 

75 00 

125 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

637 50 

150 00 

150 00 

62 50 

60 00 

100 00 

1.000 00 

450 00 

450 00 

300 00 

675 00 

150 00 

125 00 



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262 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 179- Concluded. 



1906 
Oct. 



In u-hote favour. 



38161 
38102 



38104 
38165 
38166 
38167 
3816S 



2*170 
38171 



' Dep. 



Pros. 
Dep. 
Pros. 



Powell, W. H 

Tongue. E B 

Phelps, Gilbert W 

Notson, S. E 

Menefee, Frank 

Lomax, Leroy ; Pros. 

McCulloch, J. W Proa. 

Leonard, C. H Dep. 

Marks, J. E 

I van hoe, Francis S. Pros. 

Rusk, John P I Dep. 



Fir what expanded. 



Pros. Att'y, 5th Judicial Dtst.. 

do 

. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dlst 

Pros. Att'y, 6th Judicial Dist.. 

Att'y, 7th Judicial Dlst 

, Att'y, 8th Judicial Dlst 

, Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist 

Pros. Att'y, 9th Judicial Dist- 

do 

, Att'y, 10th Judicial Dlst 

Pros. Att'y, 10th Judicial Dist.. 



Total amount expended. 



f 


73 00 




125 00 




600 00 




150 00 




875 00 




600 00 




750 00 




125 00 




125 00 




440 22 




146 74 


$ 71,413 HO- 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 180. 

STATE LIBRARY. 
(For the purchase of book*, bookcases, papers, etc.; for payment of the expenses of catalogu- 
ing \ and for the payment of the general and contingent expenses.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 f 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive. 



5,000 00 
4,030 57 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



969 43 




In who*« favor. 



_L 



For what txpmdtd. 



"I. 



1906 
Jan. 5 
5 
10 
10 
12 
12 
18 
15 
17 
17 
17 
17 
17 
)7 
17 
17 



, 33931 . 
I 8405* 
1 84059 I 
> 84099 . 
! 34100 
1 34105 
I 34141 I 

34192 

\ 34193 

I 31194 

34195 

84194 

84197 

84198 , 

l 81199 



Wells Fargo A Co. Ex.. 
Hlrsch, Edward, P. M.J 
Pacltic SlatesT.&T.CoJ 

Welch A White 

Pacific States T. AT. Co. 

Patton Bros 

Hockett, (J. B I 

Bancroft Whitney Co- 
Flood dfc Co.. T. H. 

Keefe- Davidson Co. ; 

Carswell Co., The 

Lawyers' Co-Operatlve 

Publishing Co 

Little, Brown &Co I. 

Michle Co., The 

West Publishing Co 

American Law Book Co. 
Thompson Co., Edward 

Callagnan «fe Co 

Boston Book Co. ; 

Canada Law Book Co 

Remick, Shilling A Co._ 
Pacltlc Suites T. & T. Co. 
Johnson <fc Co.,T. & J.W.i 

6regon Journal 

Oregonlan, The 

Capital Journal 

SafemOregonStatesm'n' 
Bancroft- Whl I ney Co._. 
Oregon Stale Journal— . 

Flood <fc Co.. T. H 

Callagnan &Co 

Albany Law Journal... 

Boh ton Book Co 

Mines' Sons Co., C. C 

Little, Brown & Co I 

Meulco Legal Jour., The I 

Michle Co., The_ ... 

Publishers' Weekly 

Steurer Publishing Co. v ' 



Express charges 

Postage 

Phone service 

Cartage 

Phone service .. 

Numbering machine 

Map of Oregon 

Books _. _• 

iido™""nm~ii™™ 



$ 



-do 

_.do_ 

-do..._ 

-do 

__do 

-do 

„do_ 

-do 

..do- 



do. 

Phone service.. 
Books 



-I 



Subscription - ..' 

do — 

do _ j- 

do 

Books j 

Subscription..-. 

Books _ 

-do 

Subscription 

Books -— ,— 

subscription Insurance Law Jour.. | 

Books .„ *_ " 

.-do 



-do_ _ 

-do 

Subscription American Lawyer... 



7 40 
15 00 

10 70 
407 
9 25 

12 00 

1 95 
163 50 

6 50 
37 00 
20 50 

35 00 

6 50- 

13 50 
122 45 

20K>> 

30 00 

165 25 

661 77 

152 52 

11 00 
KOO 
5 50 

7 50 
10 40 

600 

19 00 

89 00 

200 

200 00 

169 05 

3 00 

36 h0 
♦)0O 

S3 00 

3 00 

4 50 
7 20 

2 00 



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Report, of Secretary op State. 



2G3 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 180- Concluded. 



Jfo. 0/ 



las "-' 

Jan. 17 

17 ' 

18 

18 

20 : 

22 
23 
24 I 

26 
1 



Feb. 



Mar. 12 
22 

April 16 
19 
24 
24 
24 

24 
24 
24 
24 
26 
26 
July 14 
23 
27 
SO 



Aug. 



7 

7 

7 

20 

Sept. 17 

Oct 6 

8 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 

13 



_L 



In wkoi« favor. 



For tfhat expendtd. 



34200 
34203 
34204 
34221 
34228 
34243 
34244 
34245 
34262 
34310 
34329 

34476 
34529 
31900 
34921 



34937 



30 

4 
7 
7 
7 

7 ! 

7| 
71 



84039 
34940 
34941 
31968 
34962 
34963 
86477 
86849 
37130 
37192 

37210 
87277 
87304 
37305 
37806 
37807 

87808 
87809 

37810 
37311 
37812 
87605 
88000 
88428 
38511 
38817 



13 , 
18 ; 
13 
18 I 
13 
13 ' 
W I 
13 

Si 

13 i 

13 

J 



38821 



88823 



38825 
88826 
38827 

88828 
38829 



38K31 
38882 



I West Publishing Co . 

! West Side Enterprise—, 

I Bobbs Merrill Co., The.J 
American Law Book Co. . 

1 White & Co., B. N _.! 

I Canada Law Book Co.— 
Wanamaker, John . 

i Cent. Law Journal Co.. 1 
Hirsch, Edward, P. M._| 

• CarswellCo.,The- 

I Lawyers' Co-Operative I 

1 Publishing Co.„ ' 

Rodgere A Co.. Geo. F.._ I 

Ely, H. N 

White A Cummins j 

Bancroft-Whitney Co.— 

Flood A Co., T. H . 

Keefe- Davidson Co . 

Lawyers' Co-Opera tlve 

Publishing Co 

Michle Co., The 

Publishers' Weekly I 

West Publishing Co 

American Law Book Co. 

Boston Book Co 

Canada Law Book Co... 

White A Cummins 

Bender A Chaquette Co. 

Farrar, Squire, P. M 

Remington Typewriter 

Co 

McCarty, Louis P 

Bancroft-Whitney Co... 
American Law Book Co. 

Boston Book Co 

Callaghan A Co - 

Johnson A Co., T. A < 

J. W.. - ' 

Keefe- Davidson Co . 

Lawyers' Co-Operative 

Pub. Co 

White A Co., James T... . 

The Michle Co.— 

West Publishing Co 

Canada Law Book Co.— 

Kress, T. J 

Hawley, Edna 

Wells Fargo A Co. Ex. 
American Law Book Co. 
Bancroft- Whitney Co.— . 

Boston Book Co 

Callaghan A Co 

Canada Law Book Co 

Keefe- Davidson Co >. 

Lawyers' Co-Operatlve 

Pub. Co 

Bender-Chaquette Co 

The Michle Co 

Remlck, Schilling & Co.. 

West Publishing Co 

Buren <fe Hamilton Co.. 

Cummins, R. O.— 

Hughes Co., John 

Johnson A Co., Wm. G._ 

Library Bureau 

Patton Bros , 

Portland General Elec- 
tric Co | 

Remington Typewriter 
Co i 



Books 

Subscription . 

Books 

-do 

Cartage 

Books 

do- 



Subscrlptlon. 

Postage 

Books 



-do— 

Re-blndlng books 

Remodeling bookcases . 

Cartage 

Books 



—do 

-do 

do.. 
do_. 



—I 



—do 

-do 

-do 

Cartage 

Books . 



_ I 



Postage 

Typewriter attachment 

Books 

— do 

do.. 



-do 

-do 



-do. 
,do.. 



-do 

do.. 



-do 

-do 

.do. 



Varnishing floors 

Services, cataloguing. 

Expressage 

Books 

-do 

-do 

_do_ _ 

-do _ 

-do _ 



-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
-do. 
_do- 



Franies and Index cards — 

Freights and cartage 

Varnish, brushes, etc.. 

Library magazine holders- 
Case files and holders, etc... 
Stationery 



Desk lamp 

Typewriter sundries. 



71 05 
1 50 

50 00 
({00 
3 70 

21 10 

72 00 
500 

15 00 
12 65 

15 00 
39 00 
50 55 
1 25 
96 75 

3 00 
tt50 

10 00 
900 
1 65 

28 50 
980 

89 33 

24 15 
1 90 

30 00 
10 00 

4 45 

3 50 
20 50 

000 

468 60 
81 50 

5 50 
12 50 

9 00 
10 00 

4 50 
50 85 

5 20 
12 25 
47 50 

5 25 
12 00 

31 00 

25 05 
27 30 
25 85 

ti 50 

14 00 

10 00 

4 50 
17 50 
52 50 

11 50 
19 23 
&K m 

15 70 
157 00 

A 60 

5 00 
S 25 



Total amount expended- 



S 4,030 57 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



264 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 181. 

SALARY OF STATE LIBRARIAN. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December SI, 1906 $ 2,567 30 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September SO, 1906, inclusive 2,228 75 



Balance unexpended September SO, 1906 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 



838 55 



No. of 



In whote favor. 



~~19Q5~ 
April 1 
July 1 
Oct. 1 

1906 
Jan. 1 
April 4 
July 2 
Oct. 2 



80636 I Putnam, J. B 

31760 doj 

82920 I do 



Salary, State Librarian 

do 



83876 ' do 

84624 
85642 
38217 



I do 

do ' do 

Gillingham, E. N j do 



Total amount expended. 



250 00 
291 25 
887 50 

837 50 
8*7 50 
337 50 
337 50 



$ 2,228 75 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 182. 

8UPREME COURT REPORTS. 

(For the payment of the expense* of printing and binding.) 

Appropriation for two years, January L 1905, to December 31, 1906 S 9,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1,800 00 

Balance unexpended September SO, 1906 f 7,200 00 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1905.] 

Dot: , J^^ t I /» «*«»« favor, j For what expended. ' inowit. 

_ 9cj _, lj ! .. 

Nov. 18 I 83582 ! Whitney, J. R , Printing and binding 45th Oregon | 

1 I Reports $ 1,800 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



265 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 183. 

SUPREME COURT. 



( For payment of the salaries of the three justice*, clerk and deputy clerks, official reporter, 

stenographer* and clerks for the justices, services of bailiffs, and the 

general and contingent expenses. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1906 $ 48,000 00 

Amount expended, January J, 1905, to September 80, 1900, inclusive 86,731 90 

Balance unexpended September SO, 1906 f 6,268 04 

[Chapter 167, Laws 1903.] 



JVo.o/ 
1 warrant. 



190T~ | 



In «Ao«c favor. 



Mar. 


2 


30868 


April 


1 


30587 1 




1 


30588 




1 


80589 




1 


80590 




1 


80591 




1 


80592 




1 


30598 




1 


30594 


May 


9 


81116 




12 


81119 


July 


1 


31708 




1 


31701 




1 


81705 




1 


31706 




1 


31707 




1 


81708 




1 


31709 




1 


31710 


Sept 


7 


32686 


Oct. 


1 


32868 




1 


82864 




1 


32865 




1 


32866 




1 


32867 




1 


82868 




1 


32869 




1 


82870 


Nov. 


18 


33583 




24 


88601 


Dec. 


7 


83674 




16 


38770 


1906 




Jan. 


1 
1 


33820 
83821 




1 


33822 




1 


88828 




1 


88824 




1 


38825 




1 


33826 




1 


38827 


April 


1 


34561 




1 


84567 




1 


34568 




1 


84569 




1 
1 


34570 
84571 




1 


34572 




1 


84578 




1 


84574 




3 


84677 


May 


15 


85090 




15 


35093 



Vaughan, Ida H. 

Wolverton, Chas. E._ 

Bean, Robert S 

Moore, Frank A. 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S 

Moorhouse, Lee 

McConnell, Henry... 
Gilllngham, Ed tf.— 

Waffle, D. B 

Moorhouse, Lee 

Wolverton, Chas. E._ 

Bean, Robert S._ 

Moore, Frank A. 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S. 

Moorhouse, Lee 

McConnell, Henry— 

Gilllngham, Ed N. 

Morrow, Robert G.~ 



Wolverton, Chas. E... 

Bean, Robert S 

Moore, Frank A 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S 

Moorhouse, Lee 

McConnell, Henry 

Gillingham, Ed X.— 

Moorhouse. Lee 

Waffle, D. B 

Vaughan, Ida H 

Wolverton, Chas. E.. 

Bean, Robert S. I 

Moore, Frank A 

Hailey, T. G 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S._ i 

Moorhouse, Lee | 

Gillingham, Ed N | 

McConnell, Henry 

Smith-Premier Type- i 

writer Co _ , 

Bean; Robert S __ 

Moore, Frank A • 

Hailey, T. G 

Murphy, J. J 

Benson, Arthur S 

Moorhouse. Lee ■ 

Gilllngham, Ed N , 

McConnell, Henry 

Goodal I.George O ' 

Moornouse, Lee i 

Waffle, D. B 1 



Salary, stenographer 

Salary, Chief Justice 

Salary, Associate Justlce. 

do 

Salary, clerk 1 

Salary, deputy clerk, Salem I 

Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton —I 

Salary, stenographer i 

Salary, bailiff I 

Salary, bailiff, Pendleton 1 

Sundry cash advances . 

Salary, Cblef Justice I 

Salary, Associate Justice 

Salary, cferk 

Salary, deputy clerk, Salem... 
Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton — 

Salary, stenographer 

Salary, bailiff. 

Compiling Vol. 45, Supreme Court 

Reports __ 

Salary, Chief Justice 

Salary, Associate Justice 

Salary, cferk 



Salary, deputy clerk, Salem 

Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton — 

Salary, stenographer 

Salary, bailiff 

Sundry cash advances 

Bailiff, Pendleton 

Clerical services 

Salary, Chief Justice. 



Salary, Chief Justice 

Salary, Associate Justice 

— -do 

Salary, clerk 

Salary, deputy clerk, Salem 



Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton . 

Salary, bailiff. 

Salary, stenographer 



Typewriter for Justice Hailey. 

Salary, Chief Justice 

Salary, Associate Justice 



-do- 



Salary, clerk. 

Salary, deputy clerk, Salem 

Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton . 

Salary, bailiff - 

Salary, stenographer 

„_do 

Sundry cash advances - 

Bailiff, Pendleton 



100 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

760 00 

225 00 

150 00 

275 00 

180 00 

20 00 

32 70 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

750 00 

225 00 

150 00 

800 00 

180 00 

500 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 90 

1,125 00 

750 00 

225 00 

150 00 

300 00 

198 88 

29 70 

35 00 

35 00 

807 00 

1,125 00 
1,125 00 
318 00 
750 00 
225 00 
150 00 
225 00 
300 00 

90 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

1,125 00 

750 00 

225 00 

150 00 

225 00 

300 00 

191 13 

31 55 

15 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



266 Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. ItiS-Concluded. 



bo. of , In icko»e favor. ! For \rhat expended. 



1906 



July 2 85580 , Bean, Robert S \ Salary, Chief Justice _., 8 1,125 00 

2 35590 ! Moore, Frank A I Salary, Associate Justice i 1.123 0O 

2 85501 Halley, T. G _.do„_ 1,125 00 

2 35592 ' Murphy, J.J i Salary, clerk. _ i 750 00 

2 85583 Benson, Arthur S ' Salary, deputy clerk, Salem 225 00 

2 35594 ' Moorhouse, Lee I Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton ___, 150 00 

2 36595 Gilllhgham.EdN I Salary, bailiff : 225 0O 

2 35596 ■ McConnell, Henry Salary, stenographer 300 00 

2 35597! Goodall, George Q I _.do ___ i 225 0O 

7 35990 Putnam, J. B | Salary, deputy bailiff 1«8 00 

Oct. 1 38121 Bean, Robert S Salary, Chief Justice i 1,125 00 

1 38122 Moore, Frank A j Salary, Associate Justice 1.125 00 

1, 38123 Halley, T. G do , 1,125 00 

1 38124 Murphy, J. J ■ Salary, clerk | 750 00 

1 38125 Benson, Arthur 8 1 Salary, deputy clerk, Salem 225 00 

1' 88126 : Moorhouse, Lee Salary, deputy clerk, Pendleton .... ' 150 00 

~*"~ ~~ ~ " ' Salary, stenographer j 300 00 

-do — , 225 00 

Salary, bailiff. 225 00 



1 38127 McConnell, Henry 

1. 88128 ! Goodall, George O 

1 | 88219 , Raymond, P. H 

Total amount expended. I $ 36,731 96 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 184. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

(For the payment of the claim of A. C. Jennings for service* on committee to revise the 
Journal of the House of Representatives of the Twenty-first Legislative Assembly.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 190* f 48 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 48 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 

'«..-' I 

In tohoee favor. I For rchat txptndtd. 1 Amount. 



1905 ] " . I 

May 19 • 31172 | Jennings, A. C— , ' Services, revising House Journal— 1 S 48 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 185. 

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT. 

(For the payment of the claim of F.A. Turner for services on committee to revise the Journal 
of the House of Representatives of the Twenty-first Legislative Assembly.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 % 76 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, iu elusive 76 00 

• Balance unexpended September 80, 1906. $ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 

Date. No - °f In whose favor. For what expended. i Amount, 

warrant. | I 

1965 " ~~ I 

May 19 l 31173 , Turner, F. A _.' Services, revising House Journal— i $ 76 00 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



267 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 186. 
twenty-third biennial session of the legislative assembly. 

(For payment of mileage, per diem, clerk hire of Senators and Representatives, and 
other expenses thereof.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81. 1906 9 50,000 00 

Amount expended, January i, 1905, to September 30, 1900, Inclusive 50,000 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 % 

[Act January 27, 1905, Laws 1905, page 69.] 



o«u. 



1 No. of 



In whote favor. 



! 



For what expended. 



1865" 



Jan. 28 . 


29858 


Feb. 8 ' 


29082 


8 ' 


29083 


" i 


29940 


11 


29941 


11 ' 


29942 


11 1 


29948 


11 


29944 


11 ' 


29945 


11 i 


29946 


11 i 


29947 


11 


2994* 


11 1 


29949 


" 1 


29950 


11 


29951 


11 ' 


29952 


11 1 


29958 


11 


29954 


11 


29955 


11 


29956 


11 


29957 


11 


29958 


11 


29959 


11 


29960 


11 


29961 


11 


29962 


11 


29908 


11 


29964 


11 


29965 


11 


29966 


11 


29967 


11 


'JQlMCU 


u 


29969 


11 


29974 


15 


29975 


15 


29976 


15 


29977 


15 


29978 


15 


29979 


15 


29980 


15 


29981 


15 


29982 


15 


29988 


15 


29984 


15 


29985 


15 


29986 


15 


29987 


15 


29988 


15 


299H9 


15 


29990 


15 


29991 


15 


29992 


15 


29998 


15 


29994 


15 


29995 


15 


29996 


15 


29997 


15 


29998 


15 


29999 



Hirsch, Edw., P. M. - 

Mlddleton, F. C 

Jennings, A. C. 

Avery, P 

Booth, Robert A 

Bowerman, Jay 

Brownell, George 0. 

Carter. E. V 

Ooe, Henry W.- 
Coke, J. S. 



Postage for members 5 

Assistant Cb lei Clerk, Senate 

Cblef Clerk, House 

Services and mileage, Senator ' 

do 

do _ 

do 

. do 

do 

- do 

« . do ' 

do 

do.. 



Cosbow, O. P „ _ 

Crolsan, E. M 

Farrar, Squire - 

Haines, E. W 

Hobson, W. H 

Hodson, C. W do... 

Holman, Herbert do. 

Howe, W. A do. 

Kuykendall, W. A I do 

Laycock, J. A I do 

Laugbary, U. 8. I do 

Malarkey, Dan J I do 

Mays, F.P ' do 

McDonald, Peter do 

Miller, M. A ' do 

Nottingham, C. W do 

Pierce, Walter M do 

Rand. John L. do 

Slchel, Slgmnnd do 

Smith, C. J do 

Tuttle, Jay.. do 

Whealdon, N do 

Wright, G. H do 

Bailey, A. A.. Services and mileage, Repr'tatlve 

Barnes, M. S _ do 

Bingham. I. H. , do 

Blakley, W. M. -do > 

B ram hall. J. N do _ 

Burgess, J. N —do.. 

Burns, J. V _ do 

Burns, Robert I do 

Caldwell, F. H I do. 

Calvert, J. L 

Capron, Albert J. 

Carter, V. A 

Cavander, A. B _ 

Chamberlain, W. D.. 
i Cole, W. G 

Colwell, Elmer B 

i Cooper, James S 

! Cornett. F. D _ 

I Crang, T. H _. 

Dobbin. Jay H 

Donnelly, R. N 

Edwards, I. N 

Fawk, Frank H 

Flint, A. B 

Graham, J. G 

Gray, J. S 



.do__ 

do„ 

do.. 

do._ 

do.. 

do„ 

do.. 

- r do.. 

do... 

do- 

do.. 

do- 

do._ 

do._ 

do- 

do- 

do.. 



81*2 92 
42 00 
800 
133 50 
120 00 
238 50 

131 10 
206 70 
135 90 

193 50 
217 50 
120 30 

120 30 
145 20 

125 40 
135 90 
135 90 

150 00 
221 00 
270 00 
168 30 
135 90 
135 90 
229 £0 

132 00 

151 80 
204 90 
242 70 
151 80 
248 40 
219 90 
210 90 

150 90 
137 70 
139 80 
147 HO 
204 90 
144 90 

194 70 
219 90 
268 70 
130 20 

126 30 
137 40 
132 00 
135 00 
210 60 

204 90 

151 80 
17S 50 
1SK) 50 
1S9 90 
250 50 

205 50 
139 20 
123 00 
143 40 

121 80 
ltt> 80 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



268 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 186— Continued. 



No. of 



In uho$e favor. 



1905 - 





Feb. 15 


30000 


15 


30001 


15 


30002 


15 


30003 


15 


80001 


15 


30005 


15 


30006 


15 


30007 


15 


80006 


15 


30000 


15 


30010 


15 


8CH1 


15 


30012 


15 


30013 


15 


80014 


15 


80015 


15 


80016 


15 


80017 


15 


80018 


15 


80010 


15 


80020 


15 


80081 


15 


80022 


15 


80023 


15 


30024 


1(5 


80025 


15 


80020 


15 


80027 


15 


30028 


15 


30029 


15 


80080 


15 


80031 


15 


80082 


15 


80033 


17 


80066 


17 


80057 


17 


30058 


17 


30050 


17 


30060 


17 


30061 


17 


80062 


17 


30068 


17 


30064 


17 


30065 


17 


30066 


17 


30067 


17 


80068 


14 


80060 


17 


30070 


17 


30071 


17 


80072 


17 


30073 


17 


30074 


17 


30075 


17 


30076 


17 


80077 


17 


30078 


17 


30079 


17 


30080 


17 


80081 


J7 


30082 


17 


30083 


17 


30084 


17 


80085 


17 


30086 


17 


30087 


17 


80088 


17 


30089 


17 


30090 


17 


30091 


17 


30092 


17 


30093 



| Griffin, G. W 

1 Henderson, M. F 

I Herman, Schiller B 

I Holcomb, Geo. W., Jr._ 

] Hudson, W. R 

Huntley, C. G 

1 Jackson. D. H 

Jaeger, Frank 

Jayne, A. A 



Kay, fc B. 
Killingsworth,W.M. 

Kuney.C. C 

Laws, J. N 

Llnthlcum,8. B. 

Mayger, George G. 

McLeod, N. C 

Mears. 8. M. 

Miles, B. C 

Mills, A. L, 



Muir, William T. 
M unkers, I. A— 
Newell, W. K. 



Z™ZZZZdoZZ..ZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. '.. 
do 



Rlchey, John 8 

Settlemeir, J. H . 

Shook, John 8. 

8ltz, J. L 

Sonneman, H. G 

8mllh, A. P 

Smith, Robert G 

Steiner, R. E. L 

Vawter, W. I 

Von der Hellen, H 

Welch. Madison 

West, W.T _... 

Thompson, W. Lair 

Drager, W. F 

Finch, J. A 

McArtbur, C. N 

Isenberg, M. P. 

Baker, F. A 

Hills, T. E 

Murphy, Charles A. 

Lombard, J. P.. 



Hogan, : 
Bock, Fi 



Frank . 



„ 'arnsworth 

Holcomb, George W.~ 

Quinn, Adele 

Jonas, F. L. 

Hallock, Flo L 

Basher, Chloe E 

Bowman, Benton 

McCarty, B. B 

Caufleld, Ethel 

Crlgler, Delia B 

QuYmby, Carrie H. 

Conyers, N. H _. 

Payne, M 

Bryson, R. 8. 

Ireland, Myrtle 

Mummey, E. Roscoe 

Ahrens, N. B 

Pape, Henry 

McGlnnis. Mrs. Will. 
Holland, Constance . 

Davis, L. B 

Richardson, W. E. 

Witzel, Dean 

Jsckson, C. 8 

Bell, Mary... 

Joseph, K. H. 

Campbell, J. IT. 

Foster, Clara B. 



For vkat expended. 



Services and mileage, Repr'tatlve. 

IZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZIdoIZZZZZZZZIZ'ZZZZZZZ! 

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do 

IZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZIdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 

do 

do 

do. 



Chief Clerk. House 

Assistant Chief Clerk, House 

Calendar Clerk, House 

Reading Clerk, House 

Sergeant-fit- Arms, House 

do — 

Mailing Clerk, House 

Doorkeeper, House.. 



Special bill messenger, House 

Page, House 

Page to Speaker, House 

Stenographer, Speaker of House... 
Stenographer, House 

do 



"ZZZZZZZZdoIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 
ZZZZZZZZIdoIZZZZZZIZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 

— do 

Committee Clerk, House 

do — 

do 

do.. 

do 

do 

do. 

do 

do 

do 



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26£ 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. ldfi-OmHnued. 



jr«. •/ 



1805 




Feb. 17 


3009* 


17 


80035 


17 


90096 


17 


800H7 


17 


90008 


17 


80009 


17 


30100 


17 


390101 


17 


80102 


17 


80103 


17 


90104 


17 


*0106 


IT 


90106 


17 


30107 


17 


S0108 


17 


80109 


17 


80110 


17 


90111 


17 


30112 


17 


SOUS 


17 


80114 


17 


80115 


17 


80110 


17 


80117 


17 


80118 


17 


80119 


17 


3O120 


17 


301*21 


17 


30122 


17 


3012* 


17 


30124 


17 


30125 


17 


80120 


17 


80127 


17 


80128 


17 


80129 


17 


80180 


17 


80131 


17 


30182 


17 


80188 


17 


80184 


J7 


30185 


17 


80186 


17 


80137 


17 


80188 


17 


80149 


17 


80140 


17 


80141 


17 


80142 


17 


80148 


17 


80144 


17 


80145 


17 


80146 


17 


90147 


17 


80148 


17 


80149 


17 


80150 


17 


80151 


IT 


30152 


17 


80158 


17 


80154 


17 


90155 


17 


80156 


17 


30157 


17 


80158 


17 


89159 


17 


80160 


17 


89161 


17 


30162 


17 


80168 


17 


80161 


17 


30165 



I I 

1 Parsons, Fred : 

Carnell, Olive I 

' Williamson, R. V 

I Wilson, C. B 

1 Shortrldge, Cart 

i Paulson, Thomas 

Mc An nl iv, J. W. 

i Cooper, T H 

Conway, E. A 

I Meleen, Iva 

; Denton, Mary E. 

1 Crelghton, Mabel 8 

I Morris, Scott . 

McDevltt, F. T . 

Thompson, Mary . 

i Keeton, Lizzie \. 

I Nelson, W. H , 

I Welgand, C. F 

' Flower. J. H |. 

Moorehead, 8. L. > 

Farren, E. L. C . 

1 Turner, F. A. | 

, Motter, Frank , 

. Terrell, G. P .... 

I BarnetL J. E i 

Smith, W. W | 

Gardner, F. D , 

I Kelley, Penumbra • 

, Anderson, Lowell ' 

t Morton, George I. 

Hal lock, Joseph i. 

I Jenniugs, A. Charles— 

Dove, Mabel 

I Booth, Jennie ' 

i Palmer, C. C. i 

1 Miller, M. E. '. 

I Schwlnnen, Rose A. >. 

, Swaflord, Is. J i. 

Johnson, G. B 

, Nelll,C.C | 

! Casey, Von 1. 

Caro, Simon I. 

1 Gray, Sarah B. , 

I Turibrd, N. E | 

, Gardner, E. M •. 

Wolf,E.M 

• Casey, Anna M ■. 

I Thornton, E.J 

, Dannemann, C. A ' 

Olds, P. P t 

1 Averill, Edgar F ' 

1 Bniley, Mary 

Bird, Kathleen 

Brown, EmmaM. I 

Davidson, P. 8 

Forstner, B I 

Gardner, Eleanor i 

Grainger, Maime I 

Gray.L. U , 

Gulliford, Blanche ! 

Hale, Claude • 

Harris, Ethel : 

Hastings, Alice J ' 

Hiracb, Leona i 

Hobson, Rhoda 

Hurst, Carrie 

Jacobi, J. T | 

Jacobs, Sarah 1 

Jarvis, Junius J 

Ketchum, W. T , 

Leete. Mollie 

Loughary, Arminda < 



Committee Clerk, House $ 

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Chief Clerk, Sena FeZZZZ ZZZZZZZZ ZZZZZI ' 

Assistant Chief Clerk, Senate . 

Calendar Clerk, Senate 

Readiug Clerk, Senate , 

Sergeant-at-Armft, Senate 

Mailing Clerk, Senate | 

Doorkeeper, Senate 

Assistant Doorkeeper, Senate ' 

Special Bill Messenger, Senate i 

Page, Senate _ ' 

!ZZZZZZdoZIZZZZZZZZZ"ZZZ"ZZZZZZIZZZZZZ 

Page, President, of Senate 

Stenographer, President, Senate- 
Stenographer, Chief Clerk, Senate. 
Committee Clerk, Senate 

!ZZZZZZZIZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ 

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"ZZZZZZZZZZZZZdoZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZl! 

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Stenographer, Senator Tuttle J 

Committee Clerk, Senate 1 

do— _-| 

do— , 

Clerk, Senator Miller I 

Clerk, 8e« ator Haines 

Stenographer, Senator Wright 

Stenographer. Senator Bowerman 
Stenographer, Senator Whealdon 

Clerk, Senator Farrar 

Stenographer, Senator Nottingham 
Stenographer, Senator Carter.... 
Stenographer, Senator Hodson.. 

Stenographer, Senator Pi-rce 

Stenographer, Senator Cofthow , 

Stenographer, Senator Avery ' 

Stenographer, Senator Crolsan I 

Stenographer, Senator Sicbel I 

Stenographer, Senator Hobson ; 

Stenographer, Senator Rand 

Clerk, Senator Laycock 1 

Stenographer, Senator Howe ■ 

Clerk, Senator Coe i 

Stenographer, Senator Whealdon. I 

Stenographer, Senator Smith i 

Stenographer, Senator Loughary.-' 



96 00 
114 00 

147 50 
158 00 
130 00 

89 00 
160 00 
129 00 

148 00 
96 00 
96 00 

156 00 
117 00 
96 00 
96 00 
195 00 
12K00 
140 00 
160*) 
480 00 
318 00 
360 00 
360 00 
225il0 
180 00 
180 00 
180 00 
225 00 
110 00 
110 00. 
110 00 

110 00 
906 50 
225 00 
275 00 
215 00 
225 00 
225 00 
275 00 
203 00 
200 00 
280 00 
200 00 
203 00 

15 25 
203 00 
203 00 
150 00 
150 00 
150 00 
120 00 
120 00 
200 00 
206 50 
175 00 
120 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
205 00 
120 00 
200 00 

111 00 
25 00 

200 00 
200 00 



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STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 18&- Continued. 



Date. 


So. of 




warrant. 


im~ 


— 


Feb. 17 


80106 


17 


30107 


17 


80108 


17 


30109 


17 


80170 


17 


30171 


17 


80172 


17 


30173 


17 


30174 


17 


30175 


17 


30170 


17 


80177 


17 


80178 


17 


30179 


17 


80180 


17 


30181 


17 


30182 


17 


30183 


17 


30184 


17 


30185 


17 


30180 


17 


30187 


17 


30188 


17 


30189 


17 


30190 


17 


30191 


17 


30192 


17 


30193 


17 


30194 


17 


30195 


17 


30190 


17 


30197 


17 


80198 


17 


30199 


17 


30200 


17 


30201 


17 


30202 


17 


30208 


17 


80204 


17 


80205 


17 


30206 


17 


80207 


17 


30208 


17 


30200 


17 


30210 


17 


30211 


17 


30212 


17 


30213 


17 


30214 


17 


30215 


17 


80216 


17 


30217 


17 


30218 


17 


30219 


17 


30220 


17 


30221 


17 


30222 


17 


30223 


17 


30224 


17 


30225 


17 


30220 


17 


30227 


17 


30228 


18 


30229 


18 


30230 


27 


30810 


28 


30345 


28 


30340 


28 


30317 


28 


30348 


28 


30349 


28 


30350 


28 


80351 



For what arpendod. 



"I 



McClu re, Jewel Stenographer, Senator Nottingham $ 

McDonald, Emma Stenographer, Senator McDonald.! 

Ma gee, May C.~ — Committee Clerk, Senate I 

Moulten, Eva L Stenographer, Senator Brownell. 

Neill, C. C j Stenographer, Senator Coe 

Ohle, Charlotte 1 Stenographer, Senator Malarkey__ 

Striker, A. N. i Stenographer, Senator Kuykeudall; 

Watson, Jottle L 1 Stenographer, Senator Coke ' 

Douglass, Klste W I do ' 

Willis, Caroline K 1 Clerk, Senator Hoi man i 

Stevenson, John H i Joint Committee Clerk 

Smith, Harry B L_ do 

Wallace, E. W do.. 



Beach, A. Y 
Humphreys, H. H.___ 

Daniels, L.J. 

Bollack, G. A 

Fisher, Edith 

Lang ford, L. M. 

Moore, Walter 

Thompson, Frank H. 

Virtue, R. G 

Neil, E 

Davey, Frank 

Smith, Wlli T | do 

Jones, W. A J do 

Darling, J. H... I do— . 

Stinson, L. R I do 

Mann, John M \ do— 

Hofer, A. F do— 

Booth, Roy do 

Kundret, ft. G 

Funk, G. R 

Wagner, F. D 

Meier, Lizzie 

Blackman, Henry 

Ashbaugh, J. 8. 

Randall, (i us tin a 

Marshall, G 

Keys, Henry 

Lane, Agnes 

" ' Tda 



do 

-do._ 

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.do _ 

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.do 

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— — "i ™ iido— nil iz mi 

Assistant Janitor 

"— "" "doizi"ii— in — i — "i 

Nightwatchman. 



Yost, I 

Slocum, H. C, Jr 

Hogue, C. C 

Briggs, M. E 

Cook, John R 

Byrne, Prince 

Dorlty, C. M 

Gaines, R. L 

Luckey, W. H 

Maher, James 1 Assistant janitor. 

McAnulty, J. W ' do 

Parrish, C. W _„| _do_ 

Scott, J. H | do. 

Kozer, George M. Night fireman 

Lane, Agnes Committee Clerk, Senate 

Hoyt, Charlei | Page, House— 

Hablghorsi, E. H I Joint Committee Clerk __. 

Thornton, E. J. — Committee Clerk, Senate 

Slocum, Jr., H. C — .1 do 

Davey, Frank Assistant Chief Clerk, Senate 

Gray, L. U | Stenographic services, joint com... 

Babcock, Grace . do 

Magee, May C do 

Harris, Ethel.- | Committee Clerk, Senate 

Souvaln, Charles ' Assistant Janitor.. 

BurghardtCo.,TheW.H ~ 

Hofer Brothers 

Evening Telegram 

Morning Oregonian 

Oregon Journal 

Pendleton Tribune 

Salem Oregon Statesm'n 



Papers for members 

do 

do 

do 

do... 

I— III— Idol— "III"— III 



151 00 
120 00 

209 25 
200 00 

9 00 
200 50 
200 00 

179 00 
230 00 
12O00 

33 00 

75 80 
120 00 
218 00 
144 00 
140 00 
144 00 
13H 00 
130 00 
240 00 
150 00 
100 00 

180 00 
140 00 
124 00 

210 00 
144 00 
240 00 
240 00 
240 00 
160 00 
148 00 
140 00 
180 00 

96 0J 
240 00 

156 00 
160 00 
160 00 
160 00 

157 50 
126 50 

104 00 
90 00 

76 00 
99 00 

120 00 

120 00 

120 00 

120 00 

120 00 

21 00 

90 00 

120 00 

120 00 

900 

111 00 

65 SU 

800 

15 00 

30 00 

38 04 

4 50 

4 37 

300 

147 00 

•101 70 

105 01) 
108 50 
222 00 

74 70 
73 50 
113 90 



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271 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. IM-Ooncluded. 



So. of I 
v arrant. I 



In wAoj« favor. 



For what expended. 



1K6 

Mar. 2 
2 

2 

2 , 

6 

S 

8 
9 



April 



li 
13 
13 
18 

30 
30 

I 1 , 
20' 



30865 
30306 



May -3 

Jane 28 • 
Sept. 15 , 



30374 
30375 
30386 

30382 
30450 

30451 
30457 
30458 
30459 
30460 
30492 
30496 
30197 
30532 

30578 
30574 
30)876 
31017 

31072 
31673 
32753 



2£i I 32812 > 



Dec. 20 

1906 i 
June 25 . 



35227 



Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.__| 10 sets codes 

Remington Typewriter ' 

Co. _._ ___ | Rental of writing machines 

Smith Premier Type- | 

writer Co do 

Grainger, Mai me __ _.do — 

Kehrberger, August . Assistant Janitor 

Gilbert, A. N ' Witness fees, penitentiary Invest!. 

I gatlon 

Leete, Mollie , Rental of writing machine.* 

McPherson, Mrs. Carrie "Witness fees, penitentiary lnvesti. 

i gatlon 

McPJierson, Ed ' - do 

Bailey, A. A Revising House Journal 

Thompson. W. Lair do 

Drager, W. F do 

Finch, J. A do 

Lynch, Joseph I Assistant Janitor 

Moorbead, S. L Revising Senate Journal 

Turner. F. A do 

King, Thomas Witness fees, penitentiary investi- 
gation 

Kozer. S. A i Extra services. State department— 

Vandersal, W. C , do 

Kleffman, Samuel Elevator operator 

Fouts, W. H _.'• Witness fees, peneitntiary Investl- 

! gation 

Geer, T. T _ ' do_. 

Lord, William P do 

Dunbar, F. I Transcript of general and special I 

McCormlck, J. J ' Witness fees, penitentiary invest!- 1 

! gatlon I 

Condit, A. O. ' Indexing Senate and House Jour- I 

Farrar, Squire, P. M. 1 Postage - i 



100 00 

117 90 

105 00 

550 

162 00 

2 30 
550 

17 90 
17 90 
160 00 
160 00 
120 00 
120 00 
186 00 
192 00 
144 00 

2 30 
150 00 
100 00 
120 00 

12 80 
280 
230 

1,578 00 

230 

100 00 
325 11 



Total amount expended. 



3 50,000 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 187. 

(Fw the payment of the judgment against the State of Oregon, in re State v. Farrow Heirs.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 49 75 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 49 75 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 . 3 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 

Date. ' JVo - "/ In whose favor. ' For what expended. Amount. 

, warrant. , ' . r ' 

~lfl05 i ----- ~ ( , 

May 27 i 31436 i Farrow, Kinder C, et al. Amount of Judgment- , 8 49 75 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 188. 

( For the relief of Amanda J. Herren, surviving widow of James R. Herren, deceased, and' 

in payment of bond No, 74, issued pursuant to the provisions of an act 

of the Legislative Assembly of 1878.) 



-„--, ,_._..,.. . $ 440 62 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 440 52 



Appropriation, Chapter 116, Laws 1905., 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 116, Laws 1905.] 






No. of 



In wkooo favor. 



For tekat *xpond«d. 



19Q5 - 1" 



July 17 I 82185 j Herren, Amanda J.. 



Amount of appropriation- 



t 440.' 



( This amount was refunded by Amanda J. Herren August 2, 1905, It having been de- 
termined that said bond had been heretofore paid.) 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 189. 

( For the payment of the claim of Hofer. Bros, for publishing summons in re Slate v. W. A~ 

Daly, Administrator. 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 24 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 24 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $.. 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



Dot: i *•••/ 
.warrant. 


In who** favor. 


For tekat azpondod. 


Amount. 


1906 | 
May 20 | 81249 


Hofer Bros. 


Publishing summons 


% 24 00 







STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 190. 



{For the relief of the widows of & R. T. Jones, B. T. Tiffany, and F. B. Ferrill, guards at 

the Oregon State Penitentiary, who were murdered June, 9, 190t, 

while in the service of the State of Oregon.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 33, Laws 1905. $ 8,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1 to September 30, 1906, inclusive 8,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[ Chapter 88, Laws 1905.] 



i *•• «/ 

< warrant.] 



In tekose favor. 



For tekat avpondod. 



1905 



May 20 i 31258 i Ferrill, Sylvia 

20 , 31234 ! Jones, Susan E 



20 | 31255 | Tiffany, Edna- 
Total amount expended., 



i Amount appropriated, $1,000- 

:::vi:~:::iz::::ido™"L"~i"i~; 



$ 1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



9 3,000 00 



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273 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 191. 

MALHEUR WATER USERS* ASSOCIATION. 

For the relief of the Malheur Water User*' Association, being the amount paid to the State 
of Oregon on account of the organization of said corporation.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 78, Laws. 1905 9 1K1 37 



lapl 
d,Ji 



Amount expended, January 1, 1005, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 



181 37 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908 . 9 

[Chapter 78, Laws 1905.1 



Na.af 



1«5~~ 
Jane. 15 



81644 



In whoee favor. 



Belslng,C.E., President. 



For what expended. 



Amount of appropriation.. 



181 37 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 192. 

{ For the payment of the claim of William B. Matthews, of Washington, D. C., for profes- 
sional services rendered by him per agreement with the State Land Board, as 
attorney in the matter of the appeal from the decision of the Sec- 
retary of the Interior rejecting swamp land selec- 
tions within Lakeview Land District.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 8 1,500 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 1,500 00 

Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 8 

v [Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



May 27 



No. of 



In whoee favor. 



For what expended. 



81485 



Matthews, William B.J Legal services , 9 1,500 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 193. 

( For the payment to Thomas CPDay of the costs in re State v. Pennoyer, et al. 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1906_- 8 15 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, inclusive 15 00 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 $_ 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



Deu. \ *°. of 

warrant.] 



For what expended 



| Amount. 



*** 27 I 81484 I O'Day, Thomas f Amount of appropriation , 8 



15 00 



SeC'Y— pt. II. 18 



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Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 194. 



( For the payment to Thomas O'Day and L. H. Tcuplep of the amount of the judgment in re 

State v. J. S. Cooper, Administrator, et al., in the circuit court, 

Multnomah County, August 25, 190i.) 



Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 8 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive 



306 10 
. 806 10 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



1906 
Hay 24 



No. of 
warrant. 



In whote favor. 



31412 O'Day, Thomas, and 
Tarpley, L. H 



For what expended. 



Amount of Judgment.. 



906 10 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 195. 

(For the payment of the claim of M. C. Starr, covering moneys expended by him in defending 
the title to certain lands sold him by the State Land Board.) 

Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 $ 349 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, Inclusive 349 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



~ S 



So. of | 
I warrant. 



In whoet favor. 



For what expended. 



1905 "| " i i 
Nov. 7 ■ 33470 j Starr, M. C | Amount of appropriation 



f 349 00 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 196. 

(For the payment to W. A. Storey of the amonnt of the judgment rendered. State v. W. A* 
Storey, in the circuit court, Multnomah County.) 



Appropriation, Chapter 218, Laws 1905 f 20 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 30, 1906, inclusive 20 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 19p6 

[Chapter 218, Laws 1905.] 



$ 



Date. I *■•■•/ I 
warrant. ■ 

~l90o~ 



In whoee far or. 



For what expended. 



May 20 i 31247 , Storey, W. A | Amount of Judgment $ 



20 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



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275 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 197. 

OREGON DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER. 

{For the payment of the salary and expenses of the Oregon Dairy and Food Commissioner 

and the salary and expenses of the Deputy Oregon Dairy 

and Food Commissioner.) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1906 8 8,800 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, Inclusive™ 7,347 68 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906_ 9 1,452 84 

[Chapters 167 and 209, Laws 1906.] 

SALARY OF OREGON DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER, 82,000 PER ANNUM. 



Doit. 


No. of 




warrant. 


1005 




Apr. 1 


80641 


July 1 


31764 


Oct* 1 


32924 


1906 




Jan. 1 


83880 


April 1 


84628 


July 2 


35646 


Oct. 1 


38181 


1905 




April 24 


31029 


24 


81030 


24 


31031 


29 


31043 


July 1 


81694 


29 


32311 


29 


82312 


31 


82323 


31 


32324 


Oct. 26 


33110 


26 


83411 


28 


33440 


1906 




Jan. 17 


34187 



18 
20 
20 1 
20 
April 14 ! 

16! 
19 ■ 

July 26 
26 , 
26 
26 
26 ' 

Oct 1 
9 
10 
10 
13 



34214 
34229 
84230 
34231 
34899 
34912 
34913 
34931 
87112 
37113 
37114 
37116 
37116 
87253 
38614 
88685 



I 



1905 
April 1 
July 1 



30642 

81765 

Oct. 1 32925 



In wko»o favor. 



Bailey, J. W.. 
.llllldollll'Jll'. 



-do 

-do 

-do 

-do 



For what expended. 



Salary, Commissioner.. 

;~~ni™do~~ir~™ 



.do.. 
.do.. 
-do.. 
-do.. 



S 450 00 
473 50 
500 00 



500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



Amount expended, salary of Oregon Dairy and Food 
Commissioner | % 8,423 JjO 

(EXPENSES OF OREGON DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSIONER, ! 
• $1,200 PER ANNUM. j 

Bailey, J. W. l Traveling expenses, etc. ' $ 

Bailey, EdnaL I Clerical services, etc. 

Breeden, H. C Office rent 

Whitney, J. R ! Printing blanks, etc 

Rodgers A Co., Geo. F.._ Binding blanks, etc. 

Bailey, J. W. Traveling expenses, etc... 



Bailey, Edna L._ 

Breeden, H. C 

Frazier <fe McLean- 
Bailey, Edna L 

Bailey, J. W 

Breeden, H. C 



Clerical services, etc 

Office rent 

Livery hire 

Clerical services, etc 

Traveling expenses, etc 

Office rent 



Traveling expenses, etc.- 

Clerical services, etc 

Office rent 

Livery hire 

Printing blanks, etc 

Clerical services, etc. 

Traveling expenses, etc.— . 

Drugs, chemicals, etc 

Office rent 

Office rent 

Clerical services 

Printing blanks, etc 

Drugs, chemicals, etc 

Traveling expenses, etc... 

Livery hire 

Clerical services 

Traveling expenses, etc.- 

Chemicals, etc. 

Office rent 



Bailey, J. W 

Bailey, Edna L 

Breeden. H. C 

Frazier A McLean 

Whitney, J. R 

Bailey, Edna L. 

Bailey, J. W 

Woodard, Clarke & Co 

Breeden, H. C. 

Breeden, H. C. 

Staver, Edna L. I 

Whitney, J. R i 

Woodard, Clarke & Co. J 

Bailey, J. W i 

Frazier & McLean 

Staver, Edna L 

Bailey, J. W.„ 

Woodard, Clarke & Co. _: 
Breeden, H. C I 

Amount expended, expenses of Oregon Dairy and Food i 
Commissioner j $ 1,93s 71 

(SALARY OF DEPUTY OREGON DAIRY AND FOOD COMMIS- 
SIONER, 81,200 00 PER ANNUM.) 



180 88 
75 00 
48 00 
32 00 
3 60 
62 04 
75 00 
48 00 

27 50 
75 00 
92 45 
48 00 

85 05 
75 00 
48 00 

35 00 
22 13 
75 00 
92 94 

28 57 
48 00 

48 00 

75 00 
8 48 

49 79 

76 60 

50 00 
75 00 

194 10 

36 58 
48 00 



Tartar, Herman. 

do..: 

do 



Salary, deputy commlssloner. 

do 

do 



225 00 
260 45 
300 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



276 



Report op Secretary of State. 





STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. IVt-Otncluded. 




DaU. ' *••* 
| warrant. 


In whooo favor. 


*r — ^— . 


*«~ 


iflofl i 

Jan. 1 i 88881 
April 1 84829 
July 2 MW7 


Tartar, Herman 


;Salary, deputy commissioner 


$ 800 00 

300 00 
800 00 


Oct. 5 | 88287 


do 


_. , ilO -.. 


aoo oo 










Amount ex 
slsoner— 


pended, salary of deputy Oregon Dairy and Food Com mis- 


9 1,966 45 









RECAPITULATION. 
Amount expended, account of salary of Oregon Dairy and Food 

Commissioner $ 8,428 GO 

Amount expended, account of expenses of Oregon Dairy and Food 

Commissioner 

Amount expended, account of salary of deputy Oregon Dairy and Food 



Commissioner.. 

Total amount expended 



1,988 71 
1,965 45 



. • 7,847 68 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 198. 

OREGON DOMESTIC ANIMAL COMMISSION. 
(For the payment of salaries of the members and general and contingent expenses of,) 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1905, to December 81, 1908 $ 5,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1908, inclusive 4,316 85 

~$ 668 65 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1908.. 



[Chapter 187, Laws 1Q06.] 



DaU. 

" Iflu6~ | 
April 1 i 

1 
18 

May 26 

July 1 

1 
14 



I No of \ 
warrant. 



Fn whoso favor. 



Oct. 



1906 
Jan. 1 
1 

1 
10 

April 1 

1 
14 



July 



Oct. 



2, 
21 

18 ! 

!i 

1 
20 



80638 
80634 
30685 
80912 

81429 

81757 
81758 
31769 
82176 

82917 
82918 
82919 
88060 



83878 
88874 
88875 
34057 



T 



Chamberlain, Geo. E.. 

Dunbar, F. I. 

Downing, W. H 

McLean, wm. 



Thompson, Geo. E 

Chamberlain, Geo. E.- 
Dunbar, F. I 

Downing, W. H 

McLean, Wm. 



Chamberlain, Geo. E.- 
Dunbar, f. i. ; 

Downing, W. H 

McLean, wm. 

Chamberlain, Geo. E.. 

Duubar, F. I. 

Downing, W. H 

McLean, Wm 



84621 | Chamberlain, Geo. E- 

84822 . Dunbar, F. I 

84623 I Downing, W. H 

84898 ; McLean, William 



! 



I 

85640 l 
85841 
85842 | 

38175 I 
88176 [ 
38177 
88911 I 



Chamberlain, Geo. E.- 
Dunbar, F. I. 

Downing. W. H 

McLean, William 



For what ompan&od. 



Salary, Commissioner — . 



Salary and expenses, State Veteri- 
narian 

Reimbursement for diseased horse 
killed 

Salary, Commissioner 

Salary and expenses, State Veteri- 
narian 

Salary, Commissioner 

— do 



Salary and expenses, State Veteri- 
narian 



Salary, Commissioner 

do 



do. 

Salary and expenses, State Veteri- 
narian. 



Salary, Commissioner 

Salary and expenses. State Veteri- 
narian 

Salary, Commissioner 



II"Zir"IIdor 



Chamberlain, Geo. E.- 
Dunbar, F. I 

Downing. W. H 

McLean, William 



Salary and expenses, State Veteri- 
narian 

1 Salary, Commissioner 

| Salary and expenses, 8tate Veteri- 
| narian 



Total amount expended. 



62 50 
62 60 
82 60 

436 70 

80 00 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

466 15 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

412 25 

62 60 
62 50 
62 50 

405 90 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

415 55 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

405 50 
62 50 
62 50 
62 50 

441 80 



$ 4,816 35 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



277 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 199. 

OREGON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. 

Appropriation for two years, January 1, 1906, to December 31, 1906 9 

Amount expended, January 1, 1905, to September 80, 1900, Inclusive 



7,600 00 
6,502 50 



Balance unexpended September SO, 1906.. 



987 50 



[Chapter 168, Laws 1905.] 



~905~ 
May 28 
July 1 
Oct. 1 



1906 
Jan. 1 
April 1 
July J 
Oct. J 



No. of 



81849 
81806 



88919 
84664 



88215 



In whoee /moor. 



Oregon Historical Soc... 
„ do 



do 



For what expended. 



Aid, quarter ending March 81, 1905.1 9 
Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1905 ._ 
Aid, quarter ending Sept. SO, 1905 .. 

Aid, quarter ending Dec. 31, 1905 . 
Aid, quarter ending Mar. 81, 1906 __ 
Aid, quarter ending June 30, 1906.. 
Aid, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1906 ._ 



Total amount expended.. 



937 50 
987 50 
937 50 

987 50 
937 50 
m 50 
937 50 



• 6,562 60 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 200. 

OREGON LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

( For purchasing, operating, and circulating traveling libraries within the State, among 
communities, libraries, scTiools, colleges, universities, library associations, study 
clubs, charitable and penal institutions, etc.; for payment of the salary 
and traveling expenses of the secretary, and payment of the in- 
cidental expenses of the commission and sec- 
retary, during the year 1906.) 

Appropriation, January 1, 1905, to December 31, 1905 $ 2,000 00 

Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 30, 1908, inclusive 2,000 00 



Balance unexpended September 30, 1906 

[Chapter 44, Laws 1905.] 



1906 
Sept. 



Oct. 



No. of 



In whoee favor. 



11 


82707 


11 


82708 


11 


32709 


11 


82710 


11 


82711 


11 


82712 


11 


88076 


11 


38077 


11 


88078 


11 


88079 


11 


88080 


11 


88081 


11 


88082 


11 


88063 


11 


33064 


11 


83065 


24 


38606 


24 


88607 


24 


83608 


25 


83639 



For vkat expended. 



Frisby, Bessie 

Roberts, Meurlc 

Kilham Stationery and 

Printing Co 

Marvin. Cornelia 

do___ 

Wells, Fargo <fe Co. Ex, 

Marvin. Cornelia 

do 

do 

do 

Rebe, Dorothea 

Taylor, B. W 

Democrat Printing Co.. 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Library Bureau 

Wilson Co., The H W.- 
Marvin. Cornelia 

do 

Wells, Fargo <fe Co. Ex._ 
Smith-Premler Type- 
writer Co. 



Clerical services. 
do 



Stationery 

Cash advances for postage 

Traveling expenses, secretary 

Express charges. 

Secretary of commission 

Traveling expenses, secretary... 

Cash advances for postage. 

Cash advances for freights, etc.. 

Stenographic services 

do 

Record cards 

Stationery 

do 

One United States Catalogue 

Cash advances for freUht, etc.... 

Cash advances for postage 

Express charges 



One typewriter 



905 

1 38 

4 90 
25 00 

110 25 

1 85 

177 40 

52 20 

5 75 

24 47 
4 00 
7 50 

25 40 
4 30 

16 00 
10 00 

14 27 

15 10 
4 65 

90 00 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



278 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 200— Concluded. 



Date. | f 

1906""," 
Dec. 5 ' 

H ! 
8 ■ 
8 



In whose favor. 



Fnr what expended. 



9 

1906 

Jan. 4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

6 

13 

17 

18 

Mar. 31 



33668 
33710 
83711 
83712 
83783 



I I 

McClurg <fc Co.. A. C— Books, etc 

Democrat Printing Co.. 2.000 catalogue cards 

Jones, G. W , Pamphlet cases 

Marvin, Cornelia Cash advances for postage 

Wells, Fargo A Co. Ex.. Express charges 
Frisby, Bessie _ I Clerical services. 



Marvin, Cornelia- Secretary of commission— 

do 1 Cash advances for postage 

do._ Cash advances for books,frelg't,etc. 

do._ Traveling expenses, secretary 

Frisby, Bessie ' Clerical services 

Jones, G. W Pamphlet cases 

White, B.N Cartage 

Gill Co., The J. K One roller copier 

League of Library Com- ' 

mlssioners 100 copies, lists of books 

McClurg & Co., A. C ' Books 

Buren <fc Hamilton Filing cases 

! To transfer to appropriation of 1906 



Total amount expended _ 9 2,000 00 



206 


3 60 


900 


19 60 


2 91 


62 00 


34 50 


300 00 


10 90 


15 »0 


11 70 


26 50 


1 80 


4 50 


20 00 


5 8S 


15 30 


36 79 


813 64 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 201. 

OREGON LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

(For purchasing, operating and circulating traveling libraries within the State, among 
communities, libraries, schools, colleges, universities, library associations, study clubs, 
charitable and penal institutions, etc.', for payment of the salary and traveling expen- 
ses of the secretary, and payment of the incidental expenses of the Commission 
and Secretary, during the year 1906.) 

Appropriation, January 1 to December 31, 1906 8 2,000 00 

Amount of the unexpended balance of the appropriation for 
1905 transferred 813 64 

$ 2,813 64 

Amount expended January 1 to December 30, 1906, inclusive 1,918 21 

Balance unexpended September 30, 1906- $ 895 43 

(Chapter 44, Laws 1905.) 



Date. 
"~llKXi 

Feb. 10 
10 , 
15 
23 

Mar. 7 



So. of 
tear rant. 



Apr. 



In v-hotc favor. 



For what expended. 



14 
« 

« i 
6 
6 
11 
11 
16 > 

May 3 | 
23 , 



81338 Marvin, Cornelia | 

34:139 do.. - 

81386 I Buren <fe Hamilton 

344 1 2 League^of Li brary Com .| 

31155 Marvin, Cornelia ■ 

81456 . do ! 

81484 I Hansen, A. M _. 

44602 Marvin, Cornelia ■ 

84693 Frisbv, Bessie 

81694 i Hawley, Kdna M 

84695 , Melville, Jessie 

34780 I Wann, Mary B 

81781 White & Cummins 

34001 , Wilson, The H. W 

84074 , Marvin, Cornelia ' 

31975 ' Hawley, Kdna M 

35114 , McClurg & Co., A. C 



Cash advances for freights 

Cash advances lor postage 

Filing cases. _ 

Annual membership fee 

Cash advances for postage 

Cash advances for subscrlpt'n, etc. 

Boxes 

Secretary of Commission 

Clerical services 

.- do— 

do 

do 

Cartage 

Catalogues, etc.— 

Cash advanced sundry claims 

Clerical services 

2 Ring wait briefs 



9 IS 
10 60 
7 45 
500 
500 
10 95 
21 25 
300 00 
75 15 
30 00 
15 00 
5 30 
4 25 
500 
44 90 
10 00 
2 16 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



Report of Secretary of State. 



279 



STATEMENT VI-Exhibit No. 201-Ooncluded. 



No. of 



In who*e favor. 



For what expended. 



140* 




June 6 


35151 


6 


35152 


6 


35153 


6 


35154 


6 


36155 


8 


85161 


1 8 


35162 


8 


35163 


11 


35167 


19 


85213 


July 5 


35811 


5 


35812 


5 


35818 


5 


35814 


5 


35815 


11 


36272 


11 


36278 


11 


36274 


14 


36478 


14 


36179 


21 


86823 


23 


36830 


26 


87117 


Aug. 4 


37279 


10 


37471 


10 


37472 


10 


37473 


10 


37474 


JO 


37475 


13 


37560 


20 


37688 


'20 


37686 


Sept. 1 


37735 


1 


86736 


1 


37787 


10 


37891 


14 


37979 


14 


37980 


14 


37981 


14 


37982 


19 


38040 


28 


38102 


Oct. 6 


38410 


9 


38631 


9 


38632 


9 


38683 


9 


38634 


9 


38635 


9 


88636 


9 


88637 


10 


88697 


11 


88736 


15 


88854 


20 


38912 



Marvin, Cornelia 

do ~ 

.— do 

Wann, Mary B. __. 

Wells. Fargo <fc Co., Ex 

Fry. Daniel J 

GUI Co., The J. K 

Hansen, A. M 

Smith-Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Democrat Printing Co.. 

Marvin, Cornelia 

do 

do- 

Melville.JeKsle 

Frisby, Bessie 

Rodger* & Co., Geo. F. 
Well*, Fargo <& Co., Ex. 

White & Cummins 

Gill Co., The J. K 

Smith-Premier Type- 
writer Co 

Wilson Co., The H. W- 

Tabard Inn Library 

Johns Hopkins Press. _ 
League of Library Com. 

Marvin, Cornelia 

do 

Campbell, P. L._ __ 

Wells, Fargo & Co., Ex, 

Buren A Hamilton 

American Academy 
of Political and So- 
cial Science 

Hassler, Harriet E 

Library Bureau 

Wilson Co., The H. W 
McClurg & Co., A. C.~. 
Camegia Library of 

Pittsburg 

Baker A Taylor Co., The 

Cosper, Margaret J 

Rodgers Paper Co... ._. 
Wells, Fargo A Co.. Ex. 
Western IT nion Tel. Co.l 

Marvin, Cornelia. 

Library Bureau ' 

Lovejoy A Lincoln 

Marvin, Cornelia I 

i™ri~ido" """"" 

Halley, Ernestine 

Melvill. Jessie D .. 

Cummins, R. O 

Wells, Fargo A Co., Ex. 

Marvin, Cornelia.- 

Frisby, Bessie l 

Lovejoy <& Lincoln . 

McClurg & Co., A. C.~J 



Traveling expenses $ 

Cash advanced sundry claims . 

Cash advanced for postage ' 

Clerical services | 

Expressage ■ 

Varnish , 

Books 

Boxes 



1 platen, complete— 

Book supports, racks, etc 

Secretary of Commission 

Cash advances for postage 

Cash advanced sundry claims. 

Clerical services 

do 

Reblnding books 

Expressage 

Cartage 

Books 



Pointer and ribbon.. 

Books 

do 



I 



—do : 

20 copies of Year Book 

Cash advances for postage.-- _., 

(.'ash advances for expressage ' 

Expenses, member of Commission 

Expressage 

index and tray 



Books 

Expenses as Lecturer- 
Blank books, etc 

— do 

do 



do 

Expressage 

Clerical services 

Binding book 

Expressage 

Telegraphic services 

Cash advanced sundry claims. 

Books 

Binding books 

Secretary of Commission __. 

Sundry cash advances 

Cash advances for postage 

Clerical services. _- 

do 

Cartage 

Expressage 

Traveling expenses, Secretary- 
Clerical services 

Book curds, book pockets 

Books 



7 65 
12 02 
19 70 

7 15 
1 49 
9 25 

1 54 

89 85 

5 00 
22 60 
300 00 

15 28 
5 71 

90 00 

16 00 

3 00 

2 12 
5 25 
1 41 

1 75 

2 39 

8 24 
2 70 
2 40 

21 20 

4 40 
18 SO 

4 tii 
1 10 



6 65 
18 00 

12 94 

4 48 
81 83 

205 

5 38 
15 60 

1 00 
95 

4 15 

13 26 

4 75 

2 75 
300 00 

12 16 

7 40 

5 25 
90 00 

900 
2 71 
79 00 
51 35 
4 25 
4 52 



Total amount expended _. $ 1,918 21 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



280 



Report of Secretary of State. 



STATEMENT VI— Exhibit No. 202. 



OREGON NATIONAL GUARD. 

(Current expenses and maintenance, 1906,) 

Amount appropriated, January 1 to December 81, 1905 $ 45,000 00 

Amount of the unexpended balance of the appropriation 
for 1908, transferred --—-.--: ---- --— . V-J68 26 



Amount of the unexpended balance of the appropriation 
for 1994, transferred 



Amount expended, January 1, 1906, to September 80, 1906, 
Inclusive 



Balance unexpended September 80, 1906.. 



8,018 01 f 49,271 25 

49,267 78 
1 8lS 




Jan. 20 | 



Feb. 



Mar. 



April 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
28 

2 I 
4 : 

4 

4 I 

9 I 
9 I 

•9| 
9 ! 
V ! 

9 I 
16 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
28 
24 
24 
24 | 
24 1 
24 
24 
24 
24 I 
24 I 

1 I 
3 

8 I 

3 [ 

3 ' 

3 

3 i 

3 

3 



29698 

29699 

30252 

80263 

80254 

80255 

80266 

30257 

302*8 

30259 

30331 

30366 

30386 

80387 

80888 

30470 

30471 

80472 

80478 

30474 

80475 

30476 

80605 

30555 

80556 

80557 

30558 

30559 

30560 

30561 : 

80562 

30563 i 

30564 I 
805K5 

30566 I 

30567 I 

30568 | 

30569 I 

30639 I 
30781 | 
30732 
30733 
30734 I 
80785 I 
30736 , 
80737 I 
30788 
30739 
30740 



Bauer, Cecil H., Col i 

Chamberlain, C. T., Col. 1 
White Stamp A Seal Co., 

Elterich & Co 

Pacific StatesT.&T.Co.. 
Pinzer, W. E., Brig. Gen. 

Bauer, C. H. Col _.| 

Waddle, J. A., Col 

Knapp, L. A ! 

James, M. R. 

Flnzer, W. E I 

do 

Elkins, Harry A.. Capt. J 
Perkins, T. U, Lieut. — 
Welch, Hiram U., CaptJ 
Finzer, W.E..P. M. Gen' 

Gill Co.. The J. K 

James, M. R 

Murphy, Chas. A., Capt. 
Pacific States T.&T. Co.. 
Portland Typew'r Ex.. J 

Postal Tel. Cable Co I 

Knapp, L. H I 

Baker, F. 8., Major 

Carll, W. E., Lieut I 

Flnzer, W. E., Brig. Gen. . 
Gantenbein, C. U., Col. J. 
Hibbard,John B., Lieut. . 

Mears, E. C, Capt . 

Dunbar, T. N., Cant I. 

Rehnstrom, 8., Lieut... 1 . 
Odale, Walter B., Lieut . 
Marks, W. L., Lieut- J. 
Scott, Ryland O., Capt.j. 
Murphy,