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THE GIFT OF 







Compliments of 



WM. W. WILDER, 

State Auditor 



REPORT 



STATE AUDITOR 



^^43kd general assembly 



STATE OF MISSOURI 



roB THE TWO FI8CAI. TEABS 



Stgiaalng Januars 1, 1903, and Ending December 31, 1S04. 



Section 10385, Re\'ised Statutes 1899: ^ 

The State Auditor shall, at the commencement of each rcgrulary^ession of the 
General Assembly, prepare and rei)ort a full and detailed statement <xf the condition 
of the revenue and of the expenditures for the two preceding fiscal ^-^^^rs; a full and 
detailed statentiient of the public debt, eetlmates of the revenue an<rl|||pendltures for 
the two succeeding fiscal years; such plans as he may deem expedient for the support 
of the public credit, for lessening the public expenses, for promoting frugality and 
economy in the public offices, and generally for the better management and more 
perfect understanding of the fiscal affairs of the State; a tabular statement lowing 
separately the whole amount of each appropriation of money made by law, the 
amount paid under the same, and the balance unexpended; a tabular statement 
showing the amount of revenue chargeable to each county for the two preceding fiscal 
years; the aggregate amount of each object of taxation, together with the tax due 
on the same. 



REPORT. 



State of Missouri Office of State Audltor»1 
City of Jefferson, January 1, 1906. j 

To the Honorable, the Forty-third General Assembly of Missouri : 

In obedience to the requirements of section 10385, Revised Stat- 
utes of 1899, I have the honor to submit the following report of the 
transactions of this department for the two fiscal years beginning 
January i, 1903, and ending December 31, 1904: 

BALANCE IN THE TREASURY JANUARY i, 1903. 

The balance in the State treasury, belonging to the several funds, 
at the commencement of business on January i, 1903, after payment 
of all State Auditor's warrants drawn in 1901 and 1902 up to the cjose 
of business on December 31, 1902, was as follows: 



state Revenue fund 

State Sinking fund 

State School fund 

State Seminary fund 

State School moneys 

State Seminary moneys 

Road and Canal fund 

Bscheats fund 

Insurance Department fund 

Bamdngs Missouri Penitentiary ,.. 

Colored InsUtute fund 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Bulldinsr and Loan Supervision fund. 
County Foreign Insurance Tax fund.. 
State Hospital for Insane No. 1 fund. 
State Hospital for Insane No. 2 fund. 
State Hospital for Insane No. 3 fund. 

School for the Deaf 

Training: School for Boys fund 

Federal Soldiers' Home fund , 

State Fair fund 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 



Total, 



r409i5r 



1668,741 04 

520,204 38 

123 40 

18911 

187,092 60 

196,287 44 

4,468 29 

83,792 61 

48,506 15 

81,944 26 

158 50 

4,778 67 

848 21 

812,747 54 

840 35 

11,248 27 

16,273 96 

524 29 

3,690 39 

725 68 

5,095 00 

347 85 

274 73 



11,998,402 71 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS IN 1903 AND 1904. 

In the following tables will be found a condensed statement of 
the receipts into and disbursements from the several funds in the 
State treasury during the two years ending December 31, 1904: 

STATE REVENUE FUND. 

The receipts into this fund were derived from the following 
sources, viz. : 

First — ^Tax of 15 cents on the $100 valuation on real and per- 
sonal property; property and assets of corporate companies; stock 
and undivided profits of banks and local insurance companies ; largest 
amount of goods, wares and merchandise of merchants and the raw 
material, finished products, with tools, machinery and appliances of 
manufacturers, on hand at any one time between the first Monday 
in March and the first Monday in June; railroad, bridge, telegraph 
and telephone property; steamboats and other vessels, and liquors 
purchased by dramshop-keepers. 

Second — Tax of i^ per cent on gross receipts for business done in 
this State by express companies. 

Third — One-half of the tax of 2 per cent on the gross premiums 
collected in this State by insurance companies not organized under 
the laws of this State. 

Fourth — License tax on auctioneers, brokers and exchange deal- 
ers, dramshops, peddlers, ferries and billiard and other tables. 

Fifth — ^Tax of i^ per cent on sales of dutiable goods by auction- 
eers. 

Sixth — Fees paid by corporations, when articles of incorporation 
are issued, under section 21, article 10 of the Constitution. 

Seventh — Interest on moneys in State depositaries. 

Eighth — Fees for services of Secretary of State, issuing com- 
missions, etc., and of State Auditor, registering municipal bonds. 

Ninth — Fees for commissions of notaries public. 

Tenth — Receipts from sales of Statutes and Session Acts. 

Eleventh — Receipts from fees for the inspection of beer. 

Twelfth — Receipts from fines of packing house companies, etc. 

Thirteenth — Sixty per cent of fees collected by Excise Commis- 
sioner. 

Fourteenth — ^All receipts into the State treasury not required by 
law to be placed to the credit of some other fund. 



THE STATE FUNDS. 5 

The disbursements from this fund were : 

First — Fpr support of the public schools, one-third of the re- 
ceipts as appropriated by the General Assembly. 

Second — For pay and contingent expenses of the General As- 
sembly, salaries of officers, costs in criminal cases, assessing and col- 
lecting the revenue, support, improvements and repairs of the elee- 
mosynary, educational and penal institutions and all other expenses 
of the State government. 




Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts in 1903 from tax books and other ordinary 
sources of revenue 

To receipts In 1904 from tax books and other ordinary 
sources of revenue 

To receipts from interest on deposits in 190B 

To receipts from interest on deposits In 1904 

To receipts from fees of State officers in 1903 

To receipts from fees of State officers in 1904 

To receipts from fees of excise commissioner in 1903 

To receipts from fees of excise commissioner in 1901 

To receipts from incorporation tax in 1903 

To receipts from incorporation tax in 1904 

To receipts from foreiirn insurance tax in 1903 

To receipts from foreign Insurance tax in 1904 

To receipts from taxation of express companies in 1903.... 

To receipts from taxation of express companies in 1904 

To receipts from beer Inspection tax in 1903 

To receipts from beer inspection tax in 1904 

To receipts from R. P. Williams (Old Scholarship Endow- 
ment fund) in 1908 

To receipts from fines of packing house companies, etc., 
in 3903 

To receipts from fines of packing house compcLnies in 1904 

To receipts from Railroad and Warehouse Commission in 
1903 

To receipts from miscellaneous sources in 1903 

To receipts from miscellaneous sources In 1904 

To transfer from Insurance Department fund in 1908 

To transfer from Sinking fund in 1903 

To transfer from Colored Institute fund In 1903 

To transfer from State Interest fund In 19M 



1668.741 04 

2,315,609 83 

2,647.808 97 

60,594 72 

62,867 86 

8,083 20 

10.139 06 

26,715 80 

28,675 80 

167,945 00 

147,035 00 

186,706 03 

206,634 86 

9,387 33 

11,283 71 

365,602 79 

419,639 13 

1,98175 

25,00100 



10.000 00 
16,222 70 
76,433 17 
50,000 00 
325 50 
158 50 
67,849 75 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Dr. 



By warrants Issued in 1908 to pay expenses of the State 
government 



By warrants issued In 1904 to pay expenses of the State 
government ..w 

By transfer to State Interest fund In 1903 

By transfer in 1903 of one-third of the receipts Into the 
Revenue fund from July 1, 1902 to June 30, 1903, Inclu- 
sive, to State School moneys 

By transfer in 1904 of one- third of the receipts into the 
Revenue fund from July 1, 1908 to June 30, 1904, Inclu- 
sive, to State School moneys 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905 



$7,369,692 49 



$1,060,096 21 



Or. 



$2,137,267 44 

1,871.136 29 
157,308 19 



1.045.505 54 



1,098,378 82 
1,060,096 21 



r. 369. 692 49 



STATE INTEREST FUND. 

The receipts into this fund arise from the State interest tax on 
real and personal property ; property and assets of corporate companies ; 
stock and midivided profits of banks and local insurance companies; 
merchants and manufacturers statements; railroad, bridge, telegraph 
and telephone property; steamboats and other vessels, and liquors 
purchased by dramshop-keepers. I^rior to 1903 this tax was ten 
cents on the hundred dollars valuation. In 1903 it was three cents 
and in 1904 two cents on the hundred dollars. 

I'here was also transferred to this fund from the State Revenue 
fund in 1903 the sum of $157,308.19 to aid in paying State bonds 
retired February 28th of that year. 

The disbursements are for : 

First — Payment of interest on the bonded debt of the State and 
on the State certificates of indebtedness held by the treasurer in trust 
for the School and Seminary funds; and, 

Second — Such sums as were necessary to complete the payment 
of the State bonds outstanding at the beginning of the biennial period 
and to meet the appropriation from the State Sinking fund for the 
Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposition were transferred to tlie 
Sinking fund. There was also transferred to the State Revenue fund 
the sum of $67,849.75, being the surplus in this fund not required for 
payment of interest or for sinking fund purposes. 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



The receipts into this fund hereafter are to be used exclusively 
for the payment of interest on the State School and Seminary certifi- 
cates of indebtedness. 



To receipts from tax books in 1903 

To receipts from tax books In 1904 

To transfer from Revenue fund in 1903 

By warrants issued In 1903 to pay interest on bonded debt.. 

By transfer to Revenue fund in 1904 

By transfers to State School moneys in 1908 to pay Interest 
on school certificates of Indebtedness 

By transfers to State School moneys in 1904 to pay Interest 
on school certificates of indebtedness 

By transfers lo State Seminary moneys in 1903 to pay in- 
terest on seminary certificates of indebtedness 

By transfers to State Seminary moneys in 1904 to pay in- 
terest on seminary certificates of Indebtedness 

By transfer to Sinking fund in 1903 

By transfer to Sinking fund in 1904 

Totals 



Dr. 



$947,340 42 
424.004 69 
157,308 19 



Cr. 



$2,840 83 
67,849 75 

187,040 00 

187,040 00 

63.366 89 

63,211 96 
644,308 19 
312.995 68 



$1,528,653 30| $1,528,653 30 



STATE SINKING FUND. 

The receipts into this fund consist of the surplus of the State 
Interest fund after payment of the interest on the State bonds and 
State School and Seminary fund certificates of indebtedness. • 

Out of the moneys received into this fund, the State Board of 
Fund Commissioners completed the payment of the bonded debt of 
the State and the expenses incident to the calling of the bonds for 
payment. The expenses arising from the participation of the State 
of Missouri in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition are also paid from 
this fund, as authorized bv amendment to Section I2 of Article lo of 
the State Constitution adopted at the general election in the year 
1900 and legislation carrying said amendment into effect. 

The bonded debt of the State having been fully paid, this fund 
will cease to exist when the expenses incident to the participation of 
the State in the Louisiana Purchase Exposition are paid, or the ap- 
propriation for that purpose exhausted. 



8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 





Dr. 


Cr. 


To balftTKTft iTflmmrv 1, 1903 .,.,^. 


$620,204 38 
644,308X9 

17 26 
312,996 eS 

1,390 58 




To transfers from State Interest fund in 1903 




To refunded from Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposi- 
tion in 1903 




To transfers from State Interest fund in 1904 




To refunded from Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposi- 
tion, 1904 




By transfer to State Revenue fund In 1903.... 


S825 60 


By disbursements in 1903 to pay $487,000 8^ per cent option 
bonds called February 28. 1903 


• 


487,000 00 
165,913 67 
629,995 aO 


By disbursements in 1903 for Louisiana Purchase Cen- 
tennial Exposition commission 




By disbursements in 1904 for Louisiana Purchase Cen-| 
tf»T\TiiflJ TCYnofiltion ooTimifwion r 


• 


Balance 




206,681 41 








Totals ". 


$1,478,916 08 


11.478.916 06 






Balance January 1, 1905 


$206,68141 









STATE SCHOOL FUND. 

The receipts into this fund are now derived from the proceeds of 
sales of all lands that have been or may hereafter be granted to this 
State by the United States, and not otherwise appropriated; all 
moneys, stocks, bonds and lands or other property belonging to any 
fund for the purpose of education, except wherein the rights of munic- 
ipalities would be infringed; escheats, consisting of the proceeds of 
sale of property left by any person dying intestate and leaving no heirs 
or representatives capable of inheriting the same, unclaimed shares of 
any distributee or legatee in any estate, unclaimed dividends in any 
assignment for the benefit of creditors, imclaimed interest in the pro- 
ceeds of land sold in partition, and unclaimed money from any com- 
pany or corporation in liquidation, remaining in the hands of any 
executor or administrator, assignee, sheriff or receiver upon final set- 
tlement; unclaimed dividends in insolvent insurance companies, and 
unclaimed allowances against estates, after the same have remained 
in the State treasury unclaimed for twenty-one years, as provided in 
Section 7403, R. S., 1899. 

The moneys so received into this fund are required by the pro- 
visions of the seventh amendment to the State Constitution, adopted 
at the general election in the year 1902, to be invested in registered 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



county, municipal or school district bonds of this State of not less 
than par value. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903. 

To receipts In 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 



1123 40 
50 00 



$173 40 



$173 40 



$173 40 



$173 40 



STATE SEMINARY FUND. 

The receipts into this fund are from the following sources : 

First — The proceeds of the sale of the lands granted by Acts of 
Congress, approved February i8, i8i8, and March 6, 1820. 

Second — Such other moneys as may be appropriated therefor by 
the General Assembly. 

The moneys so received into the State treasury are required by 
the seventh amendment to the State Constitution, adopted at the 
general election in the year 1902, to be invested in registered county, 
municipal and school district bonds of this State of not less than par 
value. 



To balance January 1, 1903. 

To receipts In 1903 

To receipts in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905.... 



Dr. 



$189 11 
1,498 10 
1,573 00 



$3.260 21 



$3,260 21 



Cr. 



$3,260 21 



$3,260 21 



STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. 

These moneys are derived from the annual interest on the State 
certificates of indebtedness held by the State Treasurer in trust for 
the State School fund, and from the transfers in 1903 and 1904 of one- 
third of the receipts into the State Revenue fund appropriated by the 
42nd General Assembly. 

The moneys so received are apportioned annually among the 
several counties by the State Superintendent of Public Schools and 
distributed by the State Auditor for support of common schools. 



10 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts from transfer from State Interest fund, for in- 
terest on certificates of indebtedness In 19C3 

To receipts from transfer from State Interest fund, for 
interest on certificates of Indebtedness in 1904 

To receipts from transfer of one-third of revenue In 1903 

To receipts from transfer of one-third of revenue In 1904.. 

To receipts from error In apportionment In 1903 

To receipts from error in apportionment in 1904 

By disbursements in 1903 to the counties for support of 
public schools 

By disbursements in 1904 to the counties for support of 
public schools 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905 



$157,092 eo 

187,0^00 

187.040 00 

1.045.505 54 

1,098,378 82 

111 25 

1,260 05 



$2,706,428 26 



$188,300 05 



$1,232,598 14 

1,285,530 07 
188.300 06 



$2,706,428 26 



STATE SEMINARY MONEYS. 

These moneys arise from the interest on the State certificates of 
indebtedness held in trust by the State Treasurer for the State Semi- 
nary fund, and taxes on collateral inheritances as provided in Article 
i6, Chapter i, Revised Statutes of 1899. 

The moneys so received into the State treasury are drawn from 
the treasury as needed, on requisitions for support, building's and 
equipment of the State Universitv and School of Mines and Metallurgy. 





Dr. 


Cr. 


To balance January 1 . 1903 


$196,287 44 




To receipts in 1903 from collateral inheritance tax 


142,564 03 




To receipts In 1904 from collateriU inheritance tax 


1^?, 030 20 




To receipts from transfer from State Interest fund, 


for 




interest on certificates of indebtedness in 1903.. 




63,366 89 




To receipts from transfer from State Interest fund, 


for 






interest on certificates of indebtedness In 1904 




63,21196 




By warrants drawn for support of State University, 


etc., 




in 1903 






$291,057 35 


By warrants drawn for support of State University, 


etc., 






in 1904 







241,230 75 


BnliiTice 


55,172 42 










Totals 


$587,460 52 


$587,460 62 








Balance Januar v 1. . 1905 


$56,172 42 









THE STATE FUNDS. 



II 



ROAD AND CANAL FUND. 

The receipts into this fund are derived from three per cent, of 
the net proceeds arising from the sales of government lands in the 
territorial limits of Missouri donated by Act of Congress of May 3, 
1822, to aid in the construction of roads and canals. The moneys are 
distributed equally among the counties, to be used for the "Improve- 
ment of the country by roads and canals." 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts from United States in 1903 

To receipts from United States In 1904 

By dlfibursements to oountiefl in 1903 under section 9504, Re- 
vised Statutes 1899 

By disbursemenfts to the counties in 1904 under section 9405 
Revised Stat^uteo 1899 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905 



$4.468 29 

968 65 

2,659 32 



$8.097 26 



$2,098 40 



$2,850 86 

3,148 00 
2.098 40 



$8,097 26 



ESCHEATS FUND. 

The receipts into this fund consist of moneys paid into the treas- 
ury by executors and administrators; assignees for the benefit of 
creditors; sheriffs from sale of land in partition and from proceeds of 
sales or real estate escheated to the State; receivers of companies or 
corporations from unclaimed dividends or sums due non-resident or 
unknown persons; unclaimed allowances against estates, and un- 
claimed dividends in insolvent insurance companies. 

These moneys are paid out on certificates of the courts in which 
the final settlements of the executors and administrators, assignees, 
sheriffs, or receivers are had, to the persons entitled thereto, if claimed 
within twenty-one years from date of deposit in the treasury, as pro- 
vided in Section 7403, R. S., 1899. 



12 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts in lfl06 

To receipts in 1904 > 

By dJabureemente to claimants in 1908. 
By disbursements to claimants in 1904. 
Balance , 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 




$33,792 61 I 
4,488 70 
6,717 90 



$44,009 21 



138,280 68 



Cr. 



13.367 60 

2.370 93 

38.280 68 



144,009 21 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 

The receipts into this fund are derived from fees paid by insur- 
ance companies for services performed by the Superintendent of the 
Insurance department, which fees are paid into the treasury monthly 
by the superintendent. 

The moneys so received are disbursed for salaries of the super- 
intendent and his deputy, clerk hire and other expenses of the depart- 
ment, as appropriated by the General Assembly. 




Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1909 

To receipts from fees collected in 1908 

To receipts from fees collected in 1904 

By amount transferred toRevcnue fund in 1903 

By disbursements tor maintainingr the State Insurance De- 
partment in 1903 

By disbursements for malntalningr the State Insurance De- 
partment in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 



$48.506 15 
44.728 54 
51.400 89 



■I 



$144,695 08 



$57,46L 42 



$50,000 00 

18.473 63 

18,760 03 
57.46142 



$144,695 08 



I 



EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY. 

This fund arises from the hire of the labor of convicts confined 
in the penitentiary and for work done and material furnished by that 
institution. The moneys are collected by the Warden and paid into 
the State treasury monthly. 

The moneys so paid into the treasury are used for defraying the 
expenses of the State penitentiary. 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



13 





Dr. 


Cr. 


To balance JaniiflTT 1. 1909Tt....r--.t.--.-T 


|S1,944 26 
231,092 02 
271,460 94 




To recelDtfl for coavlcft labor, etc.. In 1903 




To recelDts for convict labor, etc. In 1904 




By QZDendltures for suooort. «tc. In 1903 


$254,406 02 


By exDendltures for sunnorL etc.. in 1904 




269,138 71 


Balance r .... . 




60,943 49 








Totals 


$684.487 22 


$684,487 22 






Baiancw iTamifurv 1. 190f>.. t-.,--t-t-. 


$60,943 49 









COLORED INSTITUTE FUND. 

This fund was derived from tuition fees of teachers in attend- 
ance upon colored teachers' institutes, collected by county treasurers 
and paid into the State treasury. 

The law having been changed and this fund abolished, the balance 
was transferred to the State Revenue fund by authority of an act of 
the 42nd General Assembly. Laws 1903, p. 22, Section one. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

By transfer to Refvenue fund. 
Totals 




$158 60 



$168 60 



STATE BANK INSPECTION FUND. 

This fund is derived from fees paid into the State treasury by 
State banks and fund companies examined under the provisions of 
Section 1304, Revised Statutes, 1899. 

The moneys so received are used to pay the salaries and ex- 
penses of the bank examiners. 



To balance January 1, 1903. 

To receipts In 1908 

To receipts In 1904 

By disbursements in 1903.... 

By disbursements in 1904 

Balance « 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906. 



Dr. 



$4,778 67 
16,404 96 
18,8U80 



$38.996 42 



$6,168 96 



Cr. 



$14.487 83 

14,338 63 

6,168 96 



$33,995 ^ 



14 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BUILDING AND LOAN SUPERVISION FUND. 

The receipts into this fund arise from fees paid into the State 
treasury by the building and loan associations of this State, as pro- 
vided by Article lo, Chapter 12, Revised Statutes of 1899. 

The moneys so received are used to pay the salaries of super- 
visor, clerk and examiners, and for other expenses of the bureau. 



Dr. 



To balance January 1, 1903... 

To receipts in 1903 

To receipts In 1904 

By disbursements in 1903 , 

By disbursements in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance Jsinuary 1, 1905. 



$848 21 
3,168 41 
3.08176 



17.098 38 



1145 23 



Cr. 



$3.586 65 

3.366 50 

145 23 



$7.098 38 



COUNTY FOREIGN INSURANCE TAX FUND. 

This fund arises from one-half of the annual tax of 2 per cent, 
on the i^russ premiums collected in Missouri by insurance companies 
not organized under the laws of this State. 

The moneys in this fund are apportioned among the several 
counties, by the State Auditor, October ist of every year on the basis 
of the number of school children in each, as shown by the last enumer- 
ation of children certified to the Superintendent of Public Schools, on 
which the school moneys are apportioned. 

The amounts apportioned in 1903 and 1904 cannot be paid until 
appropriated by the General Assembly. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance January 1, 1903.. 

To receipts in 1903 

To receipts in 1904 

By disbursements in 1903.... 
Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1. 1905. 



$312,747 54 
186.706 02 
205,534 66 



$704,988 22 



$392,830 91 



$312.157 31 
392.830 91 



$704,988 22 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i FUND. 

The receipts into this fund consist of the moneys collected by 
the treasurer of that institution from counties and individuals for care 
of patients and paid into the State treasury monthly. 

The moneys so received are used for the support of the institu- 
tion and are drawn from the treasury upon State Auditor's warrants 
issued upon proper requisitions made by the board of managers of 
the institution. 



To balance January 1«.1903 

To receipts In 1903 from Hospital Treasurer.. 
To receipts In 1904 from Hospital Treasurer. 

By disbursements for support in 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905 



Dr. 



1340 35 
146, 0€6 70 
127,868 01 



$274,275 06 



$10,170 91 



Cr. 



$143,176 62 

120,927 53 

10,170 91 



$274,275 O'j 



STATE HOSPITAL NO 2 FUND. 

The receipts into this fund arise from moneys collected from 
counties and individuals by the treasurer of the institution for the 
care of patients and by him paid into the State treasury monthly. 

The moneys coming into this fund are drawn from the treasury 
upon State Auditor's warrants, issued upon requisitions made by the 
board of managers and used for the support of the institution. 



To balance January 1. 1903 

To receipts in 1903 from Hospital Treasurer. 
To receipts In 1904 from Hospital Treasurer. 

By disbursements in 1903 for support 

By disbursements in 1904 for support 

Balance 

Tot als 

Balance January 1, 1906 



Dr. 



$11,248 27 
169.440 49 
171,665 80 



$352.354 56 



$12,330 18 



Cr. 



$170,997 50 

169,026 88 

12,330 18 



$352,364 56 



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REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 FUND. 

The receipts into this fund are derived from payments to the 
treasurer of the institution by counties and individuals for care of 
patients and by him paid into the State treasury monthly. 

The moneys received into this fund are drawn from the treasury 
upon warrants of the State Auditor, issued upon requisitions made by 
the board of managers and used for the support of the institution. 



To balance January 1, 1908 

To receipts In 1903 from Hospital Treajsnrer. 
To receipts in 1904 from Hospital Treasurer. 

By dlfibursementa for support In 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 



Dr. 



$16,273 96 
130,06S63 
127,39186 



1273,734 44 



$2»38102 



Cr. 



$138,522 72 

134,830 70 

2.38102 



$273,734 44 



STATE HOSPITAL NO 4 FUND. 

The moneys received into this fund arise from payments by the 
counties and individuals to the treasurer of the institution for care of 
patients and by him paid into the State treasury monthly. 

The moneys paid into this fund are used for the support of the 
institution, being drawn out on State Auditor's warrants issued upon 
requisitions made by the board of managers, as provided by law. 



Dr. 



To receipts In 1903 from Hospital Treasurer. 
To receipts in 1904 from Hospital Treasurer. 

By disbursements for support in 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Totals 



$16,322 06 
37,22126 



$53,643 SI 



Cr. 



$16,322 05 
37,221 26 



$68,643 31 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



17 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND FUND. 

The receipts into this fund consist of moneys collected by the 
treasurer of the institution and by him paid into the State treasury 
monthly. 

The moneys so received are used for the support of the institu- 
tion as far as they will go, the deficiency being supplied from the 
Revenue fund appropriation for that purpose. 





Dr. 


I 

1 Cr. 

1 


To receiots in 1903 from treasurer of the school 


$143 00 
68 15 




To receiDta in 1904 from treasurer of the school 




By disbursements for suDOort in 1903 


1126 GO 


By disbursements for suDDort in 1904 




84 66 








Totals 


$^1 15 


121115 







SCHOOL FOR DEAF FUND. 

The receipts into this fund arise from collections made by the 
institution treasurer and by him paid into the State treasury. 

The moneys received into this fund are devoted to the support of 
the institution and the deficiency supplied from the Revenue appro- 
priation for that purpose. 



To balance January 1» 1903 

To receipts from institution treasurer In 1903. 
To receipts from institution treasurer in 1904.. 

By disbursements for support In 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Totals 



Dr. 



1524 29 
7.106 52 
9,375 65 



117,008 46 



Cr. 



$7.042 85 
9,966 11 



117,008 46 



TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS FUND. 

The receipts iuto this fund are derived from collections made by 
the treasurer of the institution from counties, individuals, and the 
United States government, for care of boys, etc., and by him paid 
into the State treasury monthly. 

A-8 



i8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



The moneys so paid into the treasury are drawn out for the sup- 
port of the institution on State Auditor's warrants issued upon requisi- 
tions made by the proper authorities of the institution. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts from Institution treasurer in 1903. 
To receipts from institution treasurer in 1904. 

By disbursements for support in 1903 

By disbursements for support In 190'i 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 



Dr. 

|3,C90 39 
46J09 58 
64,975 58 



1106,375 56 



$6,144 88 



Cr. 



149,553 72 

49.676 93 

6.144 88 



$105,375 56 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS FUND. 

This fund is derived from payments to the institution treasurer 
by counties for the care of girls, and by him paid into the State 
treasury monthly. 

The moneys received into this fund are used for the support of 
the instituton, and if insufficient for that purpose, the deficiency is 
supplied from the Revenue fund appropriation for support. 





Dr. 


Cr. 


To reoeipts from insUtution treasurer In 1903 


17.609 50 
9,210 40 




To receipts from institution treasurer in 1904 




By disbursements for support in 1903 


S7.G09 50 


By disbursements for support in 1904 




9,210 40 








Totals 


J16,819 90 


SI 6. 819 90 







FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME FUND. 

The receipts into this fund consist of the amounts paid by the 
Ignited States government for the support of the home, which sums 
are transmitted to the Governor by the Treasury Department and by 
him paid into the State treasury, and from miscellaneous collections 
made by the treasurer of the home. 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



19 



The moneys so received into the State treasuiy must be used for 
the support, maintenance, improvements and repairs of the Federal 
Soldier's Home at St. James, Mo., in addition to the Revenue fund 
appropriations made by the General Assembly. 



Dr. 



To balance January 1, 1903 

To receipts from insUtutlon treasurer in 1903. 
To receipts from institution treasurer in 1904. 

By dlsbursemients for support in 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Totals 



1725 68 

9,254 98 

16,439 22 



$26,419 88 



Cr. 



|9»980 66 
16,439 22 



126,419 88 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED FUNP. 

The receipts into this fund arise from moneys Feceived by the 
treasurer of the institution for care of patients supported in whole or 
in part by relatives, and from the sale of articles produced on the in- 
stitution farm, which are paid into the State treasury monthly, as 
provided by law. 

Ihis fund is used for the support of the institution and the 
deficiency supplied from the Revenue fund appropriation for that 
purpose. 



Dr. 



To receipts from insUtuUon treasurer in 1903... 
To receipts from institution treasurer in 1904. 

By disbursements for support in 1903 

By disbursements for support in 1904 

Totals 



$2,00135 
3.602 45 



15,603 80 



Cr. 



$2,00135 
3,602 45 



$5,603 80 



STATE FAIR FUND. 

The Revised Statutes, 1899, Section 7424, requires the State Treas- 
urer to receive and place to the credit of the "State Fair Fund" all 
moneys received for licenses issued by the State Auditor to book- 
makers, auction pool-sellers and registers of bets, under Article 2, 
Chapter 105, Revised Statutes, 1899. 

The moneys in this fund must be used for the "Development and 
advancement of the industrial interests of this State," under the 
direction of the State Board of Agriculture. 



20 



klLl'ORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Dr. 



To balance January 1, 1903... 

To receipts in 1903 

To receipts in ld04.... 

By diabursements in 1903 

By disbursements In 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905. 



96,095 00 
20.370 00 
83,230 00 



$58.696 00 



)S.695 00 



Cr. 



$26,466 00 

24,535 00 

8.696 00 



$58.695 00 



SWAMP LAND INDEMNITY FUND. 

This fund arises from moneys paid into the State treasury by the 
government of the United States for the benefit of the counties of 
Cass, Dunklin, -Gentry, Grundy, Hickory, Pettis and Ray, being the 
amounts received by the United States for swamp and overflowed 
lands, located within the limits of said counties, sold after the same 
had been donated to the State. 

Before the money due the above mentioned counties can be paid 
it will be necessary for the General Assembly to make an appropria- 
tion therefor. 



To receipts in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1. 1905. 



Dr. 



$1,713 24 



$1,713 24 



$1.713 24 



Cr. 



$1,713 24 



$1,713 24 



FACTORY INSPECTION FUND. 

This fund is derived from the fees earned by the Factory In- 
spector and his deputies in inspecting factories as required by "An 
act to provide for the appointment of a factory inspector and de- 
fining his term of service, salary, powers and duties," approved April 
17, 1901. 

The moneys derived from such fees are paid into the State treas- 
ury monthly and disbursed in payment of the salaries and expenses of 
the Factory Inspector and his deputies, as appropriated by the Gen- 
eral Assembly. 



THE STATE FUNDS. 



21 



The salaries and expenses of the Factory Inspector and his depu- 
ties are limited by law to the sum of $25,000 for each biennial period. 



Dr. 



To balance January 1, 1903. 

To receipts In 1908 

To receipts In 1904 

By disbursements in 1903 

By disbursements in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905. 



$347 85 
7.54100 
6,525 00 



Cr. 



$7,798 82 

6,612 11 

292 



$14,413 85 



$2 92 



$14,413 85 



BOARD OF HEALTH FUND. 

The receipts into this fund arise from fees for examinations of 
applicants for licenses to practice medicine and surgery in this State. 
The fees are paid into the State treasury and used for the payment 
of expenses of the State Board of Health, as provided in Section 6 of 
"An act to regulate the practice of medicine, etc.," approved March 
12, 1901. Laws 1901, p. 207. 



Dr. 



Cr. 



To balance Janiiery 1, 1908 

To receipts in 1903 

To receipts in 1904 

By disbursements in 1908 

By disbursements in 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906. 



$274 73 
6.475 00 
8,21100 



$14.960 73 



$4,974 02 



$3,104 43 
6.882 28 
4.974 02 



$14,960 73 



BOARD OF OSTEOPATHY FUND. 

This fund arises from fees for the examination of persons desiring 
to be registered as Osteopathic Physicians, as provided in "An act 
to regulate the system, method or science of healing known as oste- 
opathy and as taught and practiced by the American School of 
Osteopathy, at Kirksville, Missouri, and creating a board of examina- 
tion and registration for the regulation of the same, and providing 
for the violation of this act," approved March 27, 1903. Laws 1903, 
p. 248. 



22 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Which fees are paid into the State treasury and used for defray- 
ing the expenses of the State Board of Osteopathic registration and 
examination. 



To receipts In 1903 

To receipts in 1904 

By disbursements in 1903 

By disbursements In 1904.... 
Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1905. 



Dr. 

1570 00 
2,140 00 



12,710 00 



$538 68 



Cr. 



$460 02 

1.72130 

638 68 



$2,710 00 



GENERAL. BALANCE SHEET FOR 1903 AND 1904. 



Dr. 



To balance January 1,1903 

To receipts from all sources in 1903... 
To receipts from all sources In 1904. 

To transfers In 1908 

To transfers In 1904 

By warrants issued In 1908 

By warrants issued in 1904 

By transfers In 1903 

By transfers In 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

Balance January 1, 1906 



I $1,998.402 71 
I 

5,331,530 29 

5,212,580 46 

2,1^,012 81 

1.729,476 21 



$16,419,952 48 



$2,116,563 64 



Cr. 



$5,496,147 47 
4,929.752 35 
2,148,012 81 
1.729,476 21 
2,116.563 64 



$16,419,952 48 



BALANCE IN TREASURY JANUAJIY 1, 1906. 



State Revenue fund 

State Slnklnsr fund 

State School fund 

State Seminary fund 

State School Moneys 

State Seminary Moneys 

Insurance Department fund 

Escheats fund 

Earnlnsrs Missouri PenI ten I i a ry 

Road and Canal fund 

Swamp Land Indemnity fund.. 



$1,060,096 21* 

206,681 41 

173 40 

3,260 21 

188,300 06 

66,172 42 

67.46142 

38.280 68 

60,943 49 

2,09640 

1.713 24 



THE STATE DEBT. 



23 



BALANCE IN TREASURY JANUARY 1, ISOB-Contlnued. 



Lunatic ABylum No. 1 fund 

Lunatic ABylum No. 2 fund 

Lunatic Asylum No. 3 fund 

Reform School for Bojrs fund 

County Foreign Inauranoe Tax fund. 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Bulldinsr and Loan Supervision fund. 

State Fair fund 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 

Board of Osteopathy fund 

Total 



10.170 91 

12.830 18 

2,381 02 

6.144 88 

392.830 91 

6.168 96 

145 28 

8.696 00 

292 

4,974 02 

638 68 



|2.116»663 64 



THE STATE DEBT IN 1903 AND 1904. 

On February 28, 1903, all the outstanding bonds of the State, 
four hundred and eighty-seven in number, were called in and redeemed 
from the surplus in the State Sinking fund. 

By order of the Board of Fund Commissioners the amounts neces- 
sary to pay the interest due today on the State School and Seminary 
fund certificates of indebtedness have been transferred from the State 
Interest fund to the State School and Seminary moneys, respectively. 



THE STATE DEBT ON JANUARY i, 1903, 

Consisted of the following described bonds of the denomination of 
$1,000.00, to- wit: 



487.. 1 3^ per cent refundlnsr bonds. Issued under act of March 31. 
1885, dated January 1. 1888, due January 1. 1906. and redee^m- 
able at the pleasure of the State on and after January 1. 1893. 
for one thousand dollars ench, PumlH»red K>86 to 5588, inclusive; 
5824 to 6838. inclusive; 6914 to 5923, inclusive: 6$14 to G81S. in- 
clusive; 6816 to 6968, Inclusive; and 6965 to 7000. Inclusive 



1487.000 00 



And the following certificates of indebtedness: 



TT 



6 per cent. School fund certifloate of indebtedness. 



6 

1 

21 



5 i>er cent School fund certificates of indebtedness 

6 per cent Seminary fund oertiflcate of Indebtedness. . . 
5 per cent Seminary fund certificates of indebtedness. 

Total certificates January 1, 1903 , 

Total bonds 

Total State debt January 1. 1903 



$2,909,000 00 
250.000 00 
122,000 00 

1.117,839 42 



$4,396.8d9 42 

487.000 00 

.) 14.885.889 42 
I 



24 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



The balance in the State Sinking fund on January i, 1903, was 
$520,204.38, which was increased by refunded amounts and transfers 
from the State Interest fund during the years 1903 and 1904, amount- 
ing to $958,711.70, making a total of $1,478,916.08. 



OPTION BONDS CALLED AND PAID IN 1903. 



Feb. 28. 



\ 



487 3% per oent. refunding bonds, Issued under act of 
March 31, 1885, dated January 1, 1888, due January 1, 
1908, and redeemable at the pleasure of the State on 
or after January 1, 1893, for one thousand dollars each, 
numbered 5586 to 6888, Inclusive; 5824 to 5838, inclusive; 
6914 to 6923, inclusive; 5929 to 6013, Inclusive; 6614 to 6813, 
inclusive; 6816 to 6963, inclusive, and 68Q& to 7000. in- 
clusive 



RECAPITULATION. 



Bonded debt January 1, 1903 

Certificates of Indebtedness January 1, 1903. 



Total State debt January 1. 1903 

Bonds paid oft and cancelled in 1908 

Certificates of indebtedness outstanding January 1, 1905. 



$487,000 00 



$487,000 00 
4,398,839 42 



$4,885,839 42 
487,000 00 



$4,398,839 42 



THE STATE DEBT ON JANUARY i, 1905, 

Consists exclusively of the following School and Seminary fund 
tificates of indebtedness: 

SCHOOL FUND CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS. 
^ OutstandinsT January 1, 1905. 



cer- 



Six per cent consolidated certificates (for State bonds and $900,000 State 
certificates of indebtedness) , dated July 1, 1881, issued by authority 
of an act of March 23, 1881, to State Board of Education, 83 Trustees 
for the Public School fund, to run 30 years, interest payable on 
January 1, of each year 

Five per r^nt certificate (for moneys received for commlsoions for nota- 
ries public in St. Louis city and from Revenue fund, money appro- 
priated by act of April 2. 1883), dated April 28, 1885, issued under act 
of March 31, 1883, to State Board of Education, as trustee for the 
State School fund, to run 20 years, interest payable semi-annually, 
on the first days of January and July 

Five per cent certificate (for money received for commissions for nota- 
ries public in St. Douls), dated January 2, 188G, issued under act of 
March 31, 1883, to State Board of Education, as trustee for State 
School fund, to run 20 years, interest payable semi-anmially on the 
first days of January' and July in each year 

Five per cent certificate (for money received for commissions for nota- 
ries public in St. Louis), dated July 1, 1890, issued under act of 
March 31, 1883, to State Board of Education, as trustee for the State 
School fund, to run 20 years, interest payable annually on the first 
day of July every year 

Five per cent certificate (for money cblefiy received from E. T. Orear, 
State Superintendent of Insurance, being unclaimed dividends in in- 
solvent Insurance companies, paid into the Treasury to credit of 
State School fund, as required by Sec. 5955, R. S. 18S9), dated July 1, 
1898, Issued under sections 8818, 8819 and 8820. R. S. 1889, to State 
Board of Education, as trustee for the State School fund, to run 
20 years, interest payable semi-annually on the first days of Jan- 
uary and July 



12,909.000 00 



201,000 00 



2,000 00 



6.000 00 



18,000 00 



THE STATE DEBT. 



SCHOOL FUND CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS-Contlnued. 



Five per cent certificate dated January 2, 1902, issued under sections 10530 
and 10531. R. S. 1899. to State Board of Education, as trustee for 
the State School fund, to run 20 years, interest payable semi-annu- 
ally on the first days of January and July 

Five per cent certificate (for moneys received for* commissions for nota- 
ries public in St. Louis city and from Executors and Administrators 
fund and Road and Canal fund under an act of April 2, 1883), dated 
July 1, 1908. issued under act of March 11, 1903, pp. 276. 277 and 278, 
Laws 1903. to State Board of Education as trustee, for the State 
School fund, due 20 years after date, interest payable semi-annually 
on the first days of January and July 



Total School fund certificates January 1, 1905. 



11,000 00 



22,000 00 



$3.1^9,000 00 



SEMINARY FUND CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS. 

Outstanding January 1, 1908. 



Six per cent certificate (for bonds held by the Seminary fund), dated 
July 1, 1881, issued by authority of act of March 23, 1881, to the State 
Board of Education, as trustee for the State Seminary fund, to run 
20 years; interest payable annually on January 1 of each year. (Does 
not state for what purpose the interest is to be applied) 

Five per cent certificate (for money derived from sale of Agrrlcultural 
college lands), dated April 2, 1885, issued under act of March 31, 1883. 
to the State Board of Education, in trust for the State Seminary 
fund, to run 20 years; interest payable sem^l-annually on the first 
days of January and July, and applied to maintenance of the Agrri- 
cultural college and School of Mines, as provided by law 

Five per cent certificate, for money received from sale of Agn*icultural 
college lands), dated February 25, 1886, issued under act of March 31, 
1883, to the State Board of Education, in trust for the State Seminary 
fund, to run 20 years; Interest payable semi-annually on the first 
days of January and July and applied to maintenance of the Agri- 
cultural college and School of Mines as provided by law 



Five per cent certificate (fof money realized from sale of Agrrlcultural 
college lands), dated January 1, 1888, issued under act of March 31, 
1883, to the State Board of Education, in trust for the State Seminary 
fund, to run 20 years; Interest payable semi-annually on the first 
days of January and July, and applied to maintenance of the Agri- 
cultural college and School of Mines, as provided by law 

Five per cent certificate (money devised by James S. Rollins, deceased), 
dated Mardh 1, 1888, issued under act of March 31. 1883, to the State 
Board of Education, in trust for the State Seminary fund, to run 
20 years; interest payable semi-annually on first days of January and 
July, and applied to maintenance of the '* James S. Rollins, Univer- 
sity Scholarship" 



Five per cent certificate (money derived from sale of Agricultural 
- college lands), dated December 15, 1888, issued under act of March 
31, 1883, to State Board of Education, In trust for the State Semi- 
nary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi-annually on the 
first days of January and July, and applied to maintenance of the 
Agricultural college and School of Mines, as provided by law 



Five per cent certificate (money derived from sale of Agricultural 
college lands), dated May 15. 1889, issued under act of March 31, 
1883, to State Board of Education, as trustee for the State Seminary 
fund, to run 20 years; Interest payable semi-annually on the first 
days of January and July, and applied to maintenance of Agri- 
cultural college and School of Mines, as provided by law 

Five per cent certificate ("direct tax'* money received from the United 
States), dated April 1, 1891. Issued under act of March 26, 1891, to 
State Board of Education, as trustee for the State Seminary fund, to 
run 50 years; interest payable semi-annually on first days of January 
and July, for maintenance of the State University at Columbia, and 
1-5 for School of Mines at Rolla. as provided by law 

Five per cent certificate (for money paid into the State treasury under 
section 8820. R. S. 1889), dated July 1, 1891, issued under act of March 
81, 1883, to the State Board of Education, as trustee for the State 
Seminary fund, to run 20 years; Intere^ payable semi-annually on 
the first days of January and July, for the maintenance of the 
State University at 0>lumbla 



1122,000 00 



5,000 00 



5.000 00 



5,000 00 



6.000 00 



5,000 00 



5,000 00 



646,968 23 



^000 oa 



X 



• 26 



RErORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SEMINARY FUND CERTIFICATES OP INDEBTEDNESS-Contlnued. 



Five per cent certificate (for money dorived from sale of lands donated 
to the School of Mines at Rolla>. dated April 15. 1893, issued xinder 
act of March 31. 1883, to the State Board of Education, as trustee 
for State Seminary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi- 
annually on the first of January and July, for maintenance at the 
School of Mines at RoUa 

Five per cent certificate (for money paid into the State treasury under 
section 8820, R. S. 1889), dated May 15, 1893, issued under act of March 
31, 1883, to the State Board of Education, as trustee for the State 
Seminary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi-annually on 
the first days of January and July, for tho maintenance of the 
State University at Columbia 



Five per cent certificate (to reimburse the State Seminary fund for 
expenses incurred In the superintendence and sales of lands donated 
by ConRrcss). dated April 2, 1896, issued under act of April 35, 1896, 
to the State Board of Education, as trustee for the State- Seminary 
fund, to run 50 years; interest payable semi-annually on the first 
days of January and July of each year, three-fourths for mainte- 
nance of State University and one-fourth for the School of Mines 
at Rolla 



Five per cent certificates (for money derived from sale of Agrricultural 
collegre lands), issued to the State Board of Education under section 
8018, R. S. 1889, dated April 9, 1895. payable 50 years after date; 
interest to be paid on first days of January and July of each year, 
three-fourths to be used for the malnt-enanre of the State University 
at Columbia and one- fourth for School of Mines at Rolla 



Five per cent certificate (for moneys received into the State treasury 
under the act of April 1, 1895, pp. 278 to 281, Liaws 1895). issued to the 
State Bonrd of Education, oa trustee of the State Seminary fund 
under said act, dated April 1. 1896: Interest payable semi-annually 
on the first days of January and July of each year, to be applied 
to the maintenance of the State University, as provided by law:.... 

Five per cent certificate (for money paici into the State treasury under 
sections 8818. 8819 and 8820, R. S. 1889), dated July 1, 1898, Issued 
under sections 8818, 8819 and 8820. R. S. 1889, to the State Board of 
Education, as trustee for the State Seminary fund, to run 20 years; 
interest payable semi-annually on the first days of January and July, 
for maintenance of the State University, as provided by law 

Five per cent certificate (for money \mi(\ into the State treasury under 
sections 10527, 10528 and 10530. R. S. 1899. dated January 2, 1902, issued 
under sections 10530 and IGRSl. R. S. 1899, to the State Board of 
Education, as trustee for the State Seminary fund, to run 20 years; 
interest payable semi-annually on the first days of January and 
July, for maintenance of the State University, as provided by law.. 

Five per cent certificate (for money paid into tho State treasury under 
sections 10627, 10528 and 10630. R. S. 1899), dated November 26, 1902. 
Issued under sections 105,% and 10531, R. S. 1899, to the State Board of 
Education, as trustee* for the State Seminary fund, to run 20 years: 
interest pay.nble seml-annuallv on the first days of January and 
July, for maintenance of the State University, as provided by law... 

Five per cent certificate (for money realized from the sale of Agricul- 
tural lands) dated July 2. 190^. issued und<T Act of March 11, 1905, 
pp. 276, 277 and 278, T^ws 1903. to State Board of Education as 
trustee for the State St^minary fund, to run 20 years; interest pay- 
able semi-annually on the first days of .Tanuary and July, to be 
used for the maintenance of the Ajirricultural College and School 
of Mines, as provided by law.! 

Five per cent certificates (money from sale of Asfricultural ocrflege 
lands) to renew certificate, dated November 1, 1883. dated November 
1. 1908, Issued under act of March 11. 1903. pp. 276. 277 and 278, Laws 
1903. to the State Board of Education as trustee for the State Semi- 
nary fund, to run 20 years: Interest payable semi-annually on the 
first days of January and July, and apolled to the maintenance of 
the Agricultural "collego and School of Mines, as provided by law.... 

Five per cent certificate (money paid by curators of State University, 
from sale of 100 Missouri bonds, issued under act of March 29. 1872 
for the benefit of the State University, the Agricultural and Mechan- 
ical college and School of Mines and Metallurgy, and to settle 
account arising from sale of bank stock) under act of March 11, 
1903, issued to renew certificates dated January 22. 1884, dated Janu- 
nrj' 22. 1904, to State Board of Education as trustee for the State 
Seminary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi-annually on 
the first days of January and July, and applied by the Board of 
Curators of the State University as required by law 



$2.000 00 



5.000 00 



22.88119 



5,000 00 



3,000 00 



6,000 00 



8.000 00 



1,000 00 



242,000 00 



5.000 00 



100,000 00 



THE STATE DEBT. 



27 



SEMINARY FUND CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTBDNESS-Contlnued. 



Five per cent certificate (for money derived from sale of Agricultural 
colleire lands) (to renew certificate dated January 30, 1884) dated 
January 80, ISOi, iasued under act of Mardh U, 1903, pp. 276, 277 and 
278, Laws 1903, to the State Board of Education as trustee for the 
State Seiminary fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semd-annually 
on the first days of January and July, and applied to the mainten- 
ance of the Ain^icultural collegre and School of Mines, as provided by 
law 

Five per cent certificate (for money derived from sale of Agrricultural 
coUeg-e lands) (to renew certificate dated April 19, 1884) dated April 
19, 1904, issued under act of March 11, 1908, pp. 276, 277 and 278. Laws 
1908, to the State Board of Education, In trust for the State Seminary 
fund, to run 20 years; interest payable semi-annually on the first 
days of January and July, and applied to the maintenance of the 
Aspricultural college and School of Mines as provided by law 



Total Seminary fund certificates January 1, 1905. 



15,000 00 



35,000 00 



$l,239.boi^ A'Z 



STATE DEBT— RECAPITULATION-nJANUARY 1, 1908. 



Total School fund certificates 

TotiCl Seminary fund certificates 

Total State debt January 1, 1903 



13.159.000 00 
1,239,839 42 



$4,398,839 42 



X 



28 REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTRACTS FOR PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. 

The contract for public printing, entered into by the Tribune 
Printing Company with the Public Printing Commissioners on July 
I, 1904, will expire by limitation on June 30, 1910, being for a period 
of six years, as required by section 9013, R. S., 1899. The prices paid 
jFor the public printing under this contract are as follows : 

FIRST CLASS PRINTING. 

Composition, 20 cents per 1,000 ems; press work, 4 cents per 
quire of 24 impressions on a side. 

This class comprises the printing of bills and resolutions of the 
General Assembly, and such other matters as may be ordered printed 
in bill form, and all reports, communications and other documents 
ordered by the General Assembly, except such as shall be printed in 
pamphlet form. 

SECOND CLASS PRINTING. 

Composition, 45 cents per 1,000 ems; press work, 40 cents per 
token. This class includes the printing of House and Senate journals, 
appendices, laws and all reports, communications and other docu- 
ments ordered by the General Assembly or by the Executive depart- 
ments, to be printed in pamphlet form, together with volumes of public 
documents. 

THIRD CLASS PRINTING. 

Composition, 25 cents per 1,000 ems; press work, 5 cents per 
quire. This class covers the printing of all blanks, circulars and other 
work required by the Executive departments, except such as may be 
printed in pamphlet form. 

BINDING, FOLDING, STITCHING, COVERING^ TRIMMING, RULING, ETC. 

This contract is let annually. On July i, 1904, the Commissioners 
of Public Printing (now consisting of Secretary of State, State Au- 
ditor and State Treasurer) entered into a contract with the Tribune 
Printing Company of Jefferson City, under section 9022, R. S., 1899, 
for the year ending June 30, 1905, at the following prices, to-wit : 



THE STATE PRINTING. 



29 



FOLDING. STITCHING, COVERING AND TRIMMING PAMPHLETS. 



Pamphlets of 16 pages, per 100 copies 

32 pages, per 100 copies 

48 pages, per 100 copies 

100 pages, per 100 copies 

'* 200 pages, per 100 copies 

Kach additional 100 pages, 75 cents per 100 copies. 



i« 



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BINDING LAWS AND JOURNAI.S— IN BOARDS. 



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For each copy of 150 pages or less 

250 pages and exceeding 150 pages. 

600 pages and exceeding 250 pages. 
Each additional 100 pages, 1^ cents 



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BINDING REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS-IN CLOTH. 



For each copy not exceeding 50 pages 

" ** not exceeding 100 pages 

'* " not exceeding 160 pa^es 

" " not exceeding 200 pe^es 

" '* not exceeding 300 pages 

" *' not exceeding 400 pages 

E#ach additional 100 pages 1 cent per copy. 



BINDING REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS-IN SHBEa>. 



10 30 
60 
G5 
90 

1 75 



10 10 
15 
18 



.10 
.IS 
.17 
.18 
.19 
.20 



For each copy not exceeding 760 pages 

*' " not exceeding 1,000 pages 

*' " not exceeding 1,250 pages 

For extra plates and extending tabular sheets, per 1,000 copies, GO cents. 



FOLDING AND STITCHING BILLS. 



Pamphlets of 16 pages per 100 copies 

" 32 pages per 100 copies 

48 pages per 100 copies 

100 pages per 100 copies 

200 pages per 100 copies 

Each additional 100 pages, 75 cents per 100 copies. 



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8— quire record, cap, 112.00; additional copies, ^0.00. 

8 " " demy, $12.50; addlUonal copies. 111.00. 

8 *' " medium, $16.00; additional copies, 113.00. 

8 " '• royal $16.00; addlUonal copies, $15.00. 

8 *' " super royal, $20.00; additional copies, $18.00. 



.45 
.60 
.60 



.30 
.50 
.65 
.90 
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REPORT 01" THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BINDING CHECK-BOOKS AND CERTIFICATES IN LEATHER AND CLOTH. 



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RULING. 



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THE GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 

The receipts into the General Revenue fund from all sources 
during the years 1903 and 1904, as will appear from the table in this 
report showing the same in detail, were as follows: In 1903, $3,183;- 
750.15 and in 1904, $3,498,867.55, a total of $6,682,617.70 for the bien- 
nial period. As required by the appropriation act of 1903, one-third 
of the ordinary receipts into this fund for the two years ending June 
30th, 1904, $2,143,884.36 was transferred to State School moneys and 
together with the interest on the School fund certificates apportioned 
to the counties and the city of St. Louis, for the support of the public 
schools, leaving $4,538,733.34 to meet the Revenue fund appropria- 
tions for the payment of the costs of assessing and collecting the 
revenue, costs in criminal cases, salaries of officers, pay and con- 
tingent expenses of the General Assembly; support of the educational, 
eleemosynary and penal institutions; erection and repairs of public 
buildings and all other expenses of the State government. 

The Forty-second General Assembly appropriated from the gen- 
eral Revenue fund the sum of $4,384,829.96. That the demands 
against the State treasury have all been met and a balance of $1,060,- 
096.21, left in the State Revenue fund at the close of business on the 
thirty-first day of December, 1904, is due to the fact th^t the undrawn 



TAXATION AND REVENUE. . 31 

balances in the revenue appropriations to-day amounts to $616,203.44, 
a considerable portion of which will be drawn out in the near future 
for salaries of officers, support of institutions and other expenses of 
the State government incurred prior to January, 1905. 

STATE REVENUE AGENTS. 

The fiscal affairs of the State should be conducted in the syste- 
matic and business-like manner which their importance requires, and 
to accomplish this end, I am again constrained to recommend that the 
State Auditor be required to furnish the form of every book and 
blank used in our revenue service and be authorized to appoint at 
least two thoroughly competent revenue agents to visit the counties 
once a year and secure the use of the forms prescribed by the Au- 
ditor and to check up the settlements of the collectors of the revenue 
so far as they relate to the State revenue. The efficiency of the 
revenue service would be promoted very greatly by such supervision. 

REVISION OF THE REVENUE LAW. 

It is generally conceded that the laws governing the assessment 
of property for taxation and the collection of the revenue should be 
revised without delay, and I cannot too strongly urge thjat the present 
General Assembly should take up the matter. An act was passed in 
1901 creating a Tax Commission and three of the ablest lawyers in 
the State were selected for the work and made a most excellent re- 
port to the Forty-second General Assembly. Instead of preparing a 
general revision bill, the commission presented more than sixty differ- 
ent bills covering the subject, only one of which passed and became 
a law. Their report will be found of great value to the Legislature 
when considering the amendment or revision now so badly needed. 

COST IN CRIMINAL CASES. 

This item is now, and always has been, the largest in the Revenue 
fund appropriation bill and usually attracts more attention than any- 
other. An examination of the expenditures for the purpose during 
the last sixty years shows that it has been about ten cents per capita 
of the population of the State, and as the result of the amendments to 
our Criminal Code during the last few years it is now for (1903 and 
1904) less per capita than ever before. The fees now fixed by law 
for the compensation of the officers charged with the enforcement of 



32 . KEPORT OF Tllli: STATE AUDITOR. 

the law cannot, safely, be reduced. In fact, I am of the opinion that 
the fees should be somewhat increased, and the laws amended to 
curtail unnecessary delays in the trials of cases. 

STATE SCHOOL MONEYS IN 1903 AND 1904. 

The amount of State School moneys certified by me to the Super- 
intendent of Public Schools was $1,232,598.14 in 1903 and $1,285,- 
530.07 in 1904. Upon" receipt of his apportionment among the coun- 
ties for those years warrants were drawn and State Treasurer's 
checks therefor forwarded to the treasurers of the various counties. 
The amounts distributed were largely in excess of the distributions in 
any previous years. 

BONDED DEBT OF STATE. 

As will appear by reference to the detailed statement of the State 
debt found in the preceding pages of this report, all of the outstand- 
ing bonds of this State were paid oflE on the 28th day of February, 
1903. The School and Seminary fund certificates, amounting in the 
aggregate to the sum of $4,398,839.42, now constitute the only debt 
of the State, the interest upon which is used for the support of the 
public schools and State University. 

BONDED DEBT OF CITIES AND TOWNS. 

The bonded indebtedness of cities and towns (including the city 
of St. Louis), as reported to this oftice, amounted on July i, 1904, to 
the sum of $32,485,401.00, an increase of $1,291,531.00 over the amount 
outstanding on the first day of July, 1902. This increase is mainly 
due to the installation of water works and electric light plants in 
many of the cities of the State. 

A few of the cities and towns failed to furnish the statement of 
their bonded debt we requested, but the amoimt of the indebtedness 
not reported is probably small. 

A detailed statement of the bonded indebtedness of the cities and 
towns reporting will be found in another part of this report, to which 
you are respectfully referred. 

BONDED DEBT OF COUNTIES AND TOWNSHIPS 

By reference to the table in this report showing the amount of 
county and township bonds outstanding on the first day of July, 1904, 
it will be seen that the aggregate of such indebtedness on that date 



TAXATION AND REVENUE. 33 

was over a million dollars less than on the corresponding date in 
1902. This indicates a healthy sentiment on the subject of deht- 
paying and a gratifying decrease in the county and township in- 
debtedness. 

For the details of this class of indebtedness you are respectfully 
referred to the tabulated statement in the second part of this report. 

LOCAL BONDS REGISTERED. 

By reference to the tables in this report showing the registration 
of local bonds it will be found that there were registered for counties 
and townships during the two years ending December 31, 1904, $328,- 
000.00, thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) of which was for the erec- 
tion of a court house in Perry county and the remaining $298,000.00 
for refunding existing indebtedness. These bonds were issued by five 
counties and two townships, the township bonds being issued to fund 
existing indebtedness. The interest ranges from 4 to 5 per cent., the 
larger portion bearing the lower rate. 

During the same period there were registered for cities, towns and 
villages, exclusive of the city of St. Louis, whose bonds are not re- 
quired to be registered in this office, the sum of $3,602,260.00, of 
w^hich amount $1,939,800.00 was for light and water plants; $162,- 
950.00 anticipation or current revenue bonds; $646,010.00 funding and 
refunding bonds and the remainder for miscellaneous public improve- 
ments. The interest rate on these bonds ranges from 4 to 7 per cent., 
the average being about 4j/$ per cent. 

During the two years ending December 31, 1904, School District 
bonds aggregating $1,821,231.43 were registered, of which amount 
$66,285.00 was for the purpose of refunding existing indebtedness and 
the remainder for purchasing sites, building and furnishing school 
houses. The interest rate on school district building bonds registered 
varies from ^yi to 8 per cent., the latter rate being on small issues of 
short term bonds. The interest will average about 5J^ per cent. 

The low rate of interest borne by the bonds issued during the 
biennial period just closed and the fact that the most of the bonds 
were negotiated at par — some issues commanding a premium — shows 
that the credit of the political subdivisions of the State remains first- 
class. So far as I am informed no local bonds issued in recent years 
have been in litigation. 



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34 REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SURPLUS IN INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 

The balance at this date in the State treasury to the credit of the 
"Insurance Department Fund" is $57,461.42, and as the receipts into 
this fund during the years 1905 and 1906 will exceed the amount re- 
quired to meet the necessary appropriations for the Insurance De- 
partment, I recommend that the Fund Commissioners be authorized 
to transfer the sum of $50,000.00 from the surplus to the State Rev- 
enue fund. 

SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSE TAX. 

The act of April 17, 1901, providing for a State license tax on dis- 
tilled liquors and creating the office of Special License Commissioner, 
having been declared null and void by our State Supreme Court, the 
Forty-second General Assembly by an act approved April 20, 1903, 
provided for refunding the amounts paid by persons, companies, asso- 
ciations and corporations for permits and license stamps under the 
first mentioned act, and appropriated therefor the sum of $20,742.96. • 
In compliance with this act, on the 24th day of June, 1903, I issued 
warrants, procured State Treasurer's checks and mailed them to the 
persons, companies, associations and corporations shown by the books 
of the Special License Commissioner to have paid money into the 
State treasury under the act of April 17, 1901. The number of such 
check being twenty-one hundred and ninety-seven (2197). Of these 
checks sixty-one were returned unclaimed by the persons and firms 
to whom they were addressed. The checks so returned, aggregating 
the sum of $249.07, have been listed by me and will be turned over to 
my successor in office, subject to such disposition as the General As- 
sembly may direct. 

STATE'S FISCAL AGENT. 

There is at this time in the hands of the Merchants-Laclede Na- 
tional Bank of St. Louis, the State's Fiscal Agent, the following 
sums, viz.: Bond Redemption Account, $9,704.97; Coupon Account, 
$S»56546, making a total of $15,270.43. 

These sums represent, respectively, the amounts due on bonds^ 
and coupons which have never been presented to the State's Fiscal 
Agent for redemption. 



TAXATION AND REVENUE. 35 

It is highly probable that the bonds and coupons which remain 
unpaid will never be presented, having most likely been lost or de- 
stroyed. These balances have been carried by the State's Fiscal 
Agent for several years and it rests with the General Assembly to 
determine whether the amounts should be returned to the treasury 
or remain in the hands of the Fiscal Agent awaiting the possible pre- 
sentation of the bonds and coupons which remain unpaid. 

COLLECTORS' ACCOUNTS. 

It affords me satisfaction to be able to report to the General As- 
sembly that not one of the county collectors or ex-oflficio collectors is 
in default and not a dollar has been lost during my term of office by 
default of any collector. 

The annual settlements of the collectors of the revenue in the 
years 1903 and 1904 have been made, their accounts adjusted in this 
office and the amounts found due from them paid into the State 
treasury, as will appear from the ledger accounts printed in this 
report in table number 17, to which your attention is respectfully 
directed. 

PENITENTIARY SELF-SUPPORTING. 

The receipts into the treasury from the hire of convicts to con- 
tractors have been sufficient in 1903 and 1904 (as in 1899-1900 and 
1901 and 1902) to pay all the salaries of the officers and employes, 
food and clothing for the inmates, together with all repairs of the 
institution. The Forty-second General Assembly appropriated suf- 
ficient money out of the surplus to construct a new female department 
and administration building, at the prison. 

I respectfully recommend an appropriation of $80,000.00 from the 
Revenue fund to provide for any emergency which may arise in 
1905-06. 

WAR CLAIM AGAINST THE UNITED STATES. 

In 1902 and 1903 I made an examination of the books of this of- 
fice and found that the Federal government owed our State $475,198.13 
for expenses incurred and paid in connection with raising money used 
in arming, equipping and maintaining tfoops employed in upholding the 
authority of the United States during the Civil War of 1861-5, con- 
sisting of the following items : First, for interest paid on the money 
loaned to Gov. Gamble in 1862 by certain banks in St. Louis, $34,- 



36 REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 

542.67 ; second, interest paid on the $6,400,000 of Union Military bonds, 
$406,725.72; third, expenses paid for engraving, printing, etc., Union 
Military bonds issued by the State. This claim, with evidence at- 
tached, was sent by me to Hon. Francis M. Cockrell, our Senior 
Senator, at Washington, D. C, wiio presented it to the United States 
Treasury Department, December i, 1903, and on examination by the 
Auditor's office it was found correct and the .Secretary of the Treas- 
ury reported to the Senate, in answer to a resolution, December 17, 
1903, that the Federal government owed the State of Missouri on the 
Civil War claim then on file, $475,198.13. This claim having been 
allowed and passed by the Treasury Department at Washington, it is 
certain that Congress will make an appropriation at this, or the next, 
session. 



ESTIMATES. 



37 



ESTIMATES FOR 1905 AND 1906. 

As required by section 10385, R. S., 1899, I have the honor to 
submit the following estimates: 

ESTIMATED RECEIPTS. 



Receipts Into the State Revenue fund from all sources In 1906 and 1906 

Receipts into the State Interest fund from all sources in 1906 and 1906. 
with available balance on hand 



Total 



16,000.000 00 
646.000 00 



16,646,000 00 



ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES. 



STATE INTEREST FUND. 



For payment of interest on Missouri consolidated 6 per cent certificate of 
indebtedness for $2,909,000 held In trust for the State School fund.... 

For payment of interest on Missouri 6 per cent certificates of Indebted- 
ness for 1260,000 held in trust for the State School fund 

For payment of Intereilt on Missouri consolidated 6 per oent. certifi- 
cate of indebtedness for 1122,000, held in trust for the State Seminary 
fund 

For paynoent of interest on Missouri 6 per cent certificate of indebted- 
ness for 1464,881.19, held in trust for the State Seminary fund 

For payment of interest on Missouri 6 per cent certificate of indebted- 
ness for 16,000, held in trust for the State Seminary fund (bequeathed 
by Hon. James S. Rollins) 

For payment of Interest on Missouri 6 per cent certificate of indebted- 
ness for 1646,968.23, held in trust for the State Seminary fund (issued 
under act of March 26, 1891) 

Total interest on State debt 



1349,080 00 
26,000 00 

14,640 00 
46.488 11 

600 00 

64,696 82 



$600.603 98 



38 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ESTIMATES FOR CURREXT EXPENSES OF THE STATE 
GOVERNMENT FOR THE YEARS 1905 AND 1906. 



STATE REVENUE FUND. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



PubUe Schools. 

One-third of the ordinary receipts Into the State Revenue fund 

A89€99ing and OoUectitig the RevenMe. 

For cort of asseaslnfiT and coUectlnsr the revenue* Including conttngrent 
expenses of the State Board of Equalisation 

OivU LUt—E»ecuiive Department, 

For salary of Governor 

For salary of Lleutenant-Qovemor 

For salary of Governor's Private Secretary 

For salary of Governor's Stenographer and Clerk 

Total 

Judicial Department. 

For salary of seven Judges of Supreme Court 

For salary of three Judges St. liouls Court of Appeals 

For salary of three Judges Kansas City Court of Appeals 

For salary of Official Reporter Supreme Court 

For salary Official Reporter St. Louis Court of Appeals 

For salary Official Reporter Kansas City Court of Appeals 

For salary of 48 Judges of Circuit Courts 

For salary of Judge Criminal Court of Jackson county 

For salary of Judge Criminal Court, Buchanan county 

For salary of Judge Criminal Court, Greene county 

For salary of Judge Criminal Court, 15th Circuit 

For salary of Judge Cape Girardeau Court Conunon Pleas 

For salary of the Attorney-GJeneral 

For salary of the Assftant Attorney-General 

For salary of stenographer in office of Attorney-Greneral 

For salary of the State Librarian 

For salary of the Assistant State Librarian 

Total 

State Department. 

For salary of Secretary of State 

For salary Chief Clerk, office Secretary of State 



For salary of book-keepers and clerks In the office of Secretary of State, 
including the salary of the Secretary of State as custodian and super- 
visor of printing, paper, stationery, etc 

Total 



<2, OOP, OOP 00 

|S75,000 00 

110.000 00 
2.000 00 
4.000 00 
8,000 00 



119.000 00 



168,000 00 

83,000 00 

21.000 00 

6.000 00 

4.000 00 

4.000 00 

102,000 00 
4.000 00 
4.000 00 
4,000 00 
3.000 00 
2.000 00 
6.000 00 
5,000 00 
1,800 00 
1.800 00 
600 00 



1356.200 00 



$6,000 00 
4.000 00 

28.000 00 
$38,000 00 



ESTIMATES. 



39 



ESTIMATES— ConUnued. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



Treaavry Department. 

For salary of the State Auditor 

For salary chief clerk, office State Auditor.. 



For salariee of book-keepers and clerical help in the office of Stale 
Auditor : 



For salary of stenographer In the office of the State Auditor. 

Total 

For salary of State Treasurer 

For salary chief clerk, office State Treasurer 



For salaries book-keepers and clerical help in the office of the State 
Treasurer 



For salary of stenographer in the office of the State Treasurer... 

Total 

Department of Education, 

For salary Superintendent of Public Schools 

For salary of clerks In office of Superintendent of Public Schools. 



For salary of stenographer In t3ie office of the Superintendent of Public 
Schools 



Total 

Railroad and WareJiouee Department, 

For salary three Railroad and Warehouse Commisrtoners 

For salary secretary Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners. 

Total 

Militia Department. 

For salary of Adjutant-Greneral 

For salary of clerk In office, Adjutant-Gkneral 

Total 

Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

For salary of Labor Commissioner 

Bureau of Mine Inspection, 

For salary of two Mine Inspectors , 

For salary of secretary , 

Total •4.* 

Department of Public Buildings, 

For salary Commissioner Permanent Seat of Government 

Total dvll list 



16,000 00 
4.000 00 

18,000 00 
1,800 00 



129,800 00 



16.000 00 
4.000 00 

6,000 00 
1,800 00 



117.800 00 



$6,000 00 
7,000 00 

1,800 00 



114,800 00 



118,000 00 
3,000 00 



$21,000 00 



$4,000 00 
2,400 00 



$6.400 00 



$4.000 00 



$12,000 00 
8,000 00 



$15.000 00 



$2.400 00 



$524.000 00 



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REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



BSTIMATES-Contlnued. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



BLBBMOBYNARY INSTITUTIOyS, 
State Hospital No, 1.— Fulton, 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

State Hospital No, 2,^8t. Joseph, 

For salaries , 

For improvements and ordinary repairs , 

Total 

State Hospital No. Z.—Nevada, 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

State Hospital No. i,—Farmington, 

For support 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs , 

Total 

Utssoitri School for Deaf.—Fulton, 

For sin^port 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

Mtssouri SOmoI for Blind.— St, Louis, 

For support and expenses of movingr 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

Colony for the Feehle-Minded.— Marshall, 

For support 

For salaries ; , 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

Confederate Home.—Hiffffinsville. 

For s uppor t 

For salaries 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 



$19,900 00 
10.000 00 



129,900 00 



928,700 00 
10,000 OO 



188,700 00 



116,800 00 
10.000 00 



I26.80O0O 



185.000 00 
15,000 00 
10,000 00 



960.000 00 



994,000 00 
60.000 00 
10.000 00 



9164,000 00 



940.000 00 

27,000 00 

6.000 00 



973,000 00 



960,000 00 
U.OOOOO 
10.000 00 



981.000 00 



950.000 00 
19.000 00 
10.000 00 



979.000 00 



ESTIMATES. 



41 



ESTIMATE8--ConUnued. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



Federal Soldiers* Home.—Bi, Jamee, 

For support 

For salartes 

For improvements and ordinary repairs 

Total 

Total Eleemosynary Institutions 



SDUOATIONAL JNBTITVTJ0N3. 

For maintenance of State University— Columbia 

For summer school 

Total 

For maintenance of School of Mines— Rolla 

For support First District Normal School— Klrksvllle 

For improvements and repairs , 

Total 

For support Second District Normal School— Warrensbursr. . . 
For improvements and repairs ^ , 

Total 

For support Third District Normal School— Cape Girardeau. 
For improvements and repairs , 

Total J, 

For support Lincoln Insitltute— Jefferson City 

For improvements and repairs 

Total 

Fruit Experiment Station— Mountain Grove: 

For support 



For salaries 

Total 

Total for Educational Iniftltutions. 



PRlfAh JNSTITUTIONe. 
Uieeouri PeniienUary, 

For improvements, salaries, repairs, etc 

Mieeouri Traininp Bchool for Botfe.—Boonvfflc. 

For salaries 

For Improvements and repairs 

Total 

TndtiairUa Home for OirU.'<niitlieoihe, 

For salaries 

For improvements and repairs 

Total 

Total for Penal Institutions 



120,000 00 
10^000 00 
10,000 00 



140,000 00 



1677,400 00 



1225,000 00 
4,000 00 



1229,000 00 



$40,000 00 



160,000 00 
10.00000 



160,000 00 



177,080 00 
10,000 00 



187.000 00 



146,800 00 
10,000 00 



166,300 00 



130,000 00 
6.000 00 



186.000 00 



116,000 00 
10,000 00 



126,000 00 



1533.380 00 



$80,000 00 



$38,000 00 
5,000 00 



$(3,000 00 



$26,000 00 
6,000 00 



$30,000 00 



$163.000 00 



42 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



ESTIMATES— Continued. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



General Aaaemhly, 

For per diem and mileagre 

For contingent expensefl 

Total 

Oonts in Criminal Oases. 
For payment of costs in criminal cases 



For per diem, mileage and expenses in conveyingr convicts to the peni- 
tiary 



Total 

Contingent Expenses, 
For contingent expenses, Oovemor*s office... < 
For repairs, etc., Governor's office , 



For contingent expenses. Secretary of State, including distribution of 
laws and Journals and Supreme and Appeal Courts reports, etc 



For contingent expenses. State Auditor... 
For contingent expenses. State Treasurer. 
For beer stamps for Treasurer's office 



For contingent expenses. Superintendent of Public Schools, including 
distribution of laws and blanks to school officers, and traveling ex- 
penses of the Superintendent 



For contingent expenses, Attorney-General 

For continent expenses. Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners. 
For investigating overcharges in freight rates 



For contingent expenses, Adjutant-Gteneral, including pay of State 
Armorer and ordinary repairs to the State Armory 

For contingent expenses, Supreme Court, including pay of marshal. Jani- 
tor, engineer, night-watchman, insurance on library, postage and ex- 
pressage .^ 

For contingent expenses, St. Louis Couit of Appeals, including pay of 
marshal. Janitor, rent of rooms, use of books to St. Louis Law 
Library, etc 



For contingent expenses, Kansas City Court of Appeals, including pay 
of mar^al. Janitor, use of books to Kansas City Law Library, rent 



of rooms, etc. 



For general contingent fund, including pay of Janitors for care of 
Capitol building and grounds, fuel, gas, engineer and helper, night- 
watchman, etc 



Total contingent expenses 

Public Buildings and Grounds. 

For ordinary repairs to State Capitol 

For ordinary repairs to Supreme Court building... 
For keeping the State Cemetery in repair 



For current expenses and keeping the Governor's Mansion and grounds 
in repair, furnishinsri etc • 



For improvement of Capitol grounds 

Total for public buildings and grounds. 



185,000 00 
90,000 00 



$175,000 00 

$500,000 00 
60,000 00 



$550,000 00 



$4,000 00 
1.000 00 

11,000 00 
6,500 00 
2,600 00 
5,000 00 

$.000 00 

4,SS0 00 

1.000 00 

10,000 00 

8,000 00 
10,000 00 
18,600 00 

12.580 00 
15,000 00 



$111,090 00 



$1,000 00 

1,500 00 

100 00 

4,600 00 
1,000 00 



$8,100 00 



ESTIMATES. 



43 



ESTIMATES-ConUnued. 



Appropriations. 



AmounU. 



Public Printing, 

For printing reports and documents ordered by the Qeneral Assembly, 
including reports of State Auditor, State Treasurer, Railroad and 
Warehouse Commissioners, Curators of the University and the Mis- 
souri Manual ^ 

For printtn^r for Executive Departments 

For printing laws and Journals 

For publishing dedslons. Supreme Court 

For publishing decisions of St. Louis and Kansas City Courts of Appeals 

For paper for State printingr 

Total for public printingr 

MUoellanetms, 

For pay of expenses of Circuit Judges 

For stationery for EKate departments 

For appr^ension of criminals and suppression of outlawry 



Total. 



8tat€ Library, 

For purchase of books, law library 

For purcshase of misoellaneous books 

For shelving, pay of Janitor, postagre, binding, etc 

Total 

Piah Oommi^aion, 

For support of State Fiah Commission 

State Board of Agriculture. 

For printing and distributing annual report 

For salary of secretary 

For salary of clerk «. 

For expenses of members of the board 

For office expenses 

For publishing monthly crop reports 

For holding farmers' institutes 

For pay of veterinary service 

For pay of diseased animals slaughtered 

Total 

State Horticultural Society, 

For support * 

For printing annual report 

Total 

National Guard, 

For support of National Guard 

State Cadets at State University. 
For support 



116.000 00 
16,000 00 
8,000 00 
16,280 00 
10,000 00 
18,000 00 



188,280 00 



114,000 00 
10,000 00 
10.000 00 



94.000 00 



$6,000 00 

600 00 

3,600 00 



110,000 00 



112.000 00 



15,600 00 
2,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
10,000 00 
16,200 00 
S, 000 00 



642.800 00 



16.500 00 
2,600 00 



68.000 00 



140,000 00 



$6.000 00 



44 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BSTIMATES-Continued. 



Appropriations . 



Wolf Scalp: 

For pay of wolf scalps 1906 and 1906 and prior years 

State Board of Health, 

For support 

Bureau of Geology and Mines, 

For suppcNTt 

Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

For expenses 

State Mine Inspectors, 

For travelinfir expenses 

For printing annual report, derk hire, poetaere, expreesage, etc. 

Total 

State Board of Charities and Corrections. 

For salary of secretory 

For contingent expenses 

Total 

State Beer Inspection, 

For salaries 

For expenses 

Total 

State Historical Society, 

For support 

• Bureau of Arbitration and Mediation, 

For support - 

State Fair. 

For support 

Total tor miscellaneous 



Amounts. 



$6,000 00 



16,000 00 



120,000 00 



$30.000 00 



17,200 00 
5,000 00 



112,200 00 



92.000 00 
2.000 00 



$4,000 00 



|1£,000 00 
24.000 00 



$42^000 00 



$5,000 00 



$10,000 00 



$26,000 00 



$800.600 00 



ESTIMATES. 



45 



ESTIMATES OF DEFICIENCJES IN 1903 AND 1904 APPRO- 
PRIATIONS. 

Several of the appropriations made by the Forty-second General 
Assembly were exhausted before all the expenses they were intended 
to cover were paid. 

I estimate the following named sums will be required to meet the 
expenses of 1903 and ic)04, which cannot be paid until provided for by 
the deficiency bill of the Forty-third General Assembly : 



ApproprlaUons. 



Amounts. 



Assessing' and collectiner the revenue 

Apprehension of criminals 

Circuit Judges expenses , 

Diseased animals slaughtered 

Contingent expenses of Secretary of State 

Paper for State printing , 

Stationery for State Departments 

Printing reports and documents 

State Mine Inspector, Printing, etc | 

PublifAilnflT decisions Courts of Appeals 

Publishingr decisions Supreme Court 

Bureau of Geology and Mines 

Publishing* Constitutional amendments, general election November 8, 1904 
Printing for Executive Departments 



State Library, use of 

State Library, pay of Janitor, etc 

Pay of Presidential electors— mileage and per diem 

Contingent expenses Forty-first General Assembly 

Board of Health support (1901) 

Fruit EiXperiment Station, salary trustees 

Contingent expenses Supreme Court 

Repairs Supreme Court building 

Contingent expenses Kansas City Court of Appeals 

Kansas City Court of Appeals, use of books 

State Hospital No. 4, support 

Contingent expenses Attorney-General 

« 

State Board of Horticulture, printing 

State Mine Inspector's expenses 

State Hospital No. 1, care of insane convicts 

Publishing decisions Supreme Court, contingent expenses of. 



136.000 00 

4,294 77 

2,649 43 

3,91100 

1,069 63 

11.72106 

1,469 82 

4,069 43 

14 38 

6,294 00 

1.606 97 

626 64 

12.351 65 

4.429 04 

22106 

170 00 

976 00 

406 

200 00 

282 6S 

2,000 35 

72 86 

69 00 

8160 

18,416 37 

614 25 

266 69 

100 15 

9,122 85 

235 



46 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ESTIMATES-Continued. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



School for Blind— sewers 

Salary W. C. Ellison, Special Judge 4th Circuit. 

Total 

Total estimates from Revenue fund 



$1,227 71 
2,527 77 



(126,241 14 



$5,525,931 14 



ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATIONS TO BE MADE FROM 

TRUST FUNDS. 



Appropriations. 



Amounts. 



Insurance Department Fund, 

For salaries of Superintendent and Deputy 

For expenses of litigation 

For incidental expenses, including clerk hire, postage, etc 

Total 

Eamlnp9 of Missouri Penitentiary. 

For current expenses, lighting State buildings and grounds and books 
for library 

Esclicats Fund, 

For the payment to legratees the shares of estates belonging to them, 
which have been, or may be paid into the State Treasury 



Road and Canal Fund. 

For payment to the several counties in the State, of such sums of 
money as have been, or may be received from the United States on 
account of sales of public lands lying within the State of MissouiH.... 

State Hospital No, 1 Fund. . 
For suppoit 

State Hospital No, 2 Fund. 
For support 

State Hospital No, 3 Fufid. 
For support t 

State Hospital No. 4 Fund. 

For support * 

Missouri School for the Blind Fund. 
For support 

School for the Deaf Fund. 

For support 

Training School for Boys Fund, 

For support 

Industrial Home for Qirls Fund. 
For support 



$10.000 00 

1.000 oa 

90.000 00 



$41.000 00 

- 



$600.000 00 



$20.000 00 



$6,000 00 



$300,000 00 



$400.000 00 



$260.000 00 



$200,000 00 



$3,000 00 



$20,000 00 



$160,000 00 



$50,000 00 



ESTIMATES. 



47 



BSTIMATES-^ontlnued. 



Appropriations. 


Amounts. 


For support .. 


Colonly for the Feehle-Minded Fund. 


1100.000 00 




Federal FoldUre Hame Fvnd, 




For support .. 


950,000 00 







• Confederate Home Fund. 

For support 

State Bank Inspection Fund. 

For salaries ' and ez];>en6es 

Building and Loan Supervision Fund. 

For salaries and expenses 

State Fair Fund, 

For support of State Fair 

County Foreign Insurance Taa Fund. 

For distribution to counties of one-half of taxes from foreign Insurance 
companies for years 1903 and 1904 



State Board of Health Fund. 

For support 

State Board of Osteopathy Fund. 

For support 

Factory Inspection Fund. 

For salaries and expenses 

Seminary Moneys Collateral Inheritance Tao. 

For University and School of Mines 

Total from trust funds « 

Total estimates from all funds 



C 



$10,000 00 



$34,000 00 



$14,432 00 



$46.000 00 



$382,727 69 



$30.000 00 



$10.000 00 



$26,000 00 



$400,000 00 



$3,160,159 6» 



$8,676,090 73 



EXTRAORDINARY APPROPRIATIONS. 

I have requested the heads of the various educational, eleemosy- 
nary and penal institutions, State departments and boards to furnish 
this department estimates of the necessary appropriations for 1905 
and 1906 to be laid before the appropriation committees of the House 
and Senate. The estimates received up to this day include items for 
needed increase in the amounts required for support, salaries, new 
buildings and other improvements. As it is impossible for me to 
include all the items asked for in my estimates, I have been guided 
largely by the preceding appropriation bills. 

On the pages following in the first part of this report will be 
found tables showing in detail the receipts into the several funds, the 



48 REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 

disbursements from each appropriation made by the 42nd General 
Assembly and the balance in each of the funds and appropriations at 
this date. 

In the second part, beginning on page 321 will be found abstract 
of the assessment of the several classes of property in the various 
counties of the State ; abstracts of the tax books ; taxes against foreign 
insurance companies; the ledger accounts of the collectors and per- 
centage of taxes collected; tables showing the number of dram- 
shops licensed and the revenue derived from such licenses in the sev- 
eral counties ; the bonded indebtedness of the counties and townships, 
cities and towns on the first day of July, 1904; tables showing the 
bonds registered in the office of the State Auditor during the two 
years ending on the 31st day of December, 1904, for counties, town- 
ships, cities and towns, and school districts ; tables showing the sums 
of money drawn from the State treasury by the various educational, 
eleemosynary and penal institutions from their establishment to the 
31st day of December, 1904; the cost of the several General Assemblies, 
the amounts paid for costs in criminal cases, apprehension of criminals 
and suppression of outlawry. 

I have the honor to be, your obedient servant, 

ALBERT O. ALLEN, 

State Auditor. 



RECEIPTS 



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55 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE SCHOOL FUND. 
(Section 9819, R. S., 1899.) 



1903. 



1904. 



From sale of Internal Improvement Land. 

Totals for 1903 and 1901 « 

Total 



$60 00 
$50 00 
$60 00 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE SEMINARY FUND. 
(SeoUon 10527, R. S. 1899.) 



1903. 



S. H. Westetal 

Totals for 1903 and 1901. 
Total 



$1,496 10 



1904. 



$1,673 00 
$3,071 10 
$3,071 10 



BEOEIPTS INTO SINKING FUND. 



1903. 



Si. Lools Star and Olobe refunded amounts. 

Totals for 1903 and 1904 

Total 



$17 26 



1001. 



$1.390 58 

n.407 83 

^1,407 83 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. 



1903. 



1904. 



H. E. A^ee, Treasurer Oedar Oounty, error in enumeration. 

Totals for 1903 and 1904 

TotaL 



$11125 



$1.280 06 

11,871 SO 

$1,871 30 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE SEMINARY MONEYS. 



1903. 



1904. 



Frem Collateral Inheritance Tax. 

Totals for 1903 and 1904 

Total 



$142,664 03 



$128, OHO 20 
9264,594^ 
$284,504 23 



RECEIPTS INTO INSURANCE DEPARTMENT FUND. 

(Section 7848, R. S. 1899.) 



1903. 



1004. 



B. G. Yates, Superintendent. 
ToUls for 1903 and 1904. .. . 
Total 



$44,728 54 



$51,460 39 
$96,188 93 
$96.188l3 



S6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RECEIPTS INTO EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITBNTIART. 





1908. 


1904. 


P. M. Wooldridge, Warden 


tssi.oosoe 


1871,450 94 


Totals for 1903 and 1904 


• . •••••••••••• 


iSC8,542 90 


Total 


f60S.542 90 


• 







RECEIPTS INTO ROAD AND CANAL FUND. 
(Section 7806. R. S., 1899.)' 



" 


190S. 


1901. 


Governor A. M. Dockery from Secretary United States Treasury, 
under acts of March fl. 1880. and Februanr 98. 1809 


$989 65 


11,060 38 






Totals for 1903 and 1901 




I8.6S8 97 








Total 


13, OB 97 









RECEIPTS INTO STATE HOSPITAL NO. 1 FUND. 
(Section 7808, R. S., 1899.) 



1903. 



1901. 



W. D. Thomas, Treasurer... 
Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



$140,006 70 



$187,866 01 



$878,934 71 



$n3,934 71 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2 FUND. 

(Section 7808, R. S. 1899.) 



1908. 



1904. 



Frank Owens, Treasurer 

Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



$169,440 49 



$171,065 80 



$341,108 89 



$341,106 29 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 FUND. 
(Section 7806, R. S., 1899.) 



1903, 



1901. 



J. L. George, Treasurer 

Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



$130,068 63 



$127,99186 
8897,460 49 



$867,460 49 



RECEIPTS. 



57. 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE HOSPITALi NO. 4 FUND. 
(Section 7808p R. S., 1899.) 





1908. 


llH)i. 


W. N. VlemiiiK, Treasurer 


$16,8SBS OS 


191.28180 


Totals for 1903 and 1901 




968,543 81 








Total 


963,548 81 



RECEIPTS INTO SCHOOL FOR BLIND FUND. 
(Section 7806, R. S., 1890.) 





1903. 


1904. 


James C Jones, Tr^.R^Ter- 1 r , t 


1143 00 


188 15 






Ttotols for 1908 and 1904 


■•••••• ••■■• 


9811 16 


Total 


1811 15 









RECEIPTS INTO SCHOOL. FOR DEAF AND DUMB FUND. 

(SecUon 7808, R. S.p 1899.) 



1903. 



1904. 



A.M. Jamison, Treasurer ., 
Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



17.106 58 



19,875 66 
'910^484 17 



916,484 17 



RECEIPTS INTO MISSOURI TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS FUND. 

(SeoUon 7808, R. S., 1899.) 



1008. 



1904. 



W. V. Johnson, Treasurer.. 
Totals for 1908 and 1904. 
Total 



146,709 58 



954.976 58 



1101,685 16 
ll01,685 16 



RECEIPTS INTO INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS FUND. 

(Section 7808, R. S., 1899.) 





1003. 


1904. 


Tinsley Brown, Treasurer 


17.609 50 


99,810 40 




Totals for 1003 and 1901 




916,819 90 








Total 


•16.819 90 







58 



RErORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RECEIPTS INTO PBDERAL SOLDIERS HOME FUND. 

(Section 7798. R.S.. 1899.) 



1903. 



nnited States Oovernment. 
Chas. F. Vogel, Treasurer. 



Totals ;or 1903 and 1904. 
TotHl 



$8,793 06 
461 02^ 



1904. 



$16, no 87 

209 95 
$85,694 20 



$35,004 20 



RECEIPTS INTO COUNTY FOREIGN INSURANCE TAX FUND. 

(Section 8044, R. S., 1899.) 



1908. 



Foreign Insurance Companies. 
Totals for 1903 and lOOi. . . 
Total 



$188,706 02 



1904. 



$205,634 66 



$392.340 63 



$302,340 68 



RECEIPTS INTO COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED FUND. 
(Section 780S, R. S. 1899. Amended Law 1901, Section 1, page 184.) 





1903. 


1904. 


•T. P. Huston. Treasurer 


$8,001 35 


$3,002 45 






Totals for 1903 and 1904 




15,603 80 






Total 


$5.603 80 







RECEIPTS INTO BANK INSPECTION FUND. 
(Section 1304, B. S. 1899.) 



1903. 



1904. 



State Bank Examiners 

Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



$15,404 95 



$13,811 80 



$29,216 75 



$29,216 75 



RECEIPTS INTO BUILDING AND LOAN SUPERVISION FUND. 

(Section 13S8, R. S. 1899.) 



Building and Loan Companies 
Totals for 1903 and 1904. . . . 
Total . 




1904. 



$3,081 76 
$8,250 17 
$6,250 17 



RECEIPTS. 



59 



RECEIPTS INTO STATE PAIR. FUND. 
(Section 7424, B. 8. 1890.) 



1903. 



Sundry Book Makers 

Totals for 1903 and 1901 . 
Total 



iao.870 00 



1901. 



^.230 00 
193,000 00 



RECEIPTS INTO FACTORY INSPECTION FUND. 
(Laws 1901, Page 198, Section 4.) 



1903. 



1004. 



O. .r. Nordmeyer, Inspector., 
Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



r,541 00 



98,585 03 
114,066 00 
114,006 00 



RECEIPTS INTO BOARD OF HEALTH FUND. 
(Laws 1901, Page 209, Section 6.) 



1903. 



W. F. Morrow, Secretary. . . 
Totals for 1903 and 1904. 
Total 



16.475 00 



RECEIPTS INTO BOARD OF OSTEOPATHY FUND. 
(Laws 1903, Page 249, Section 3.) 



1904 



td,211 00 
114,686 00 
814,686 00 



1903. 



Ohas. E. Boxz, Treasurer... 
Totals for 1903 and 1901. 
Total 



$570 00 



1904. 



12.140 00 

^2,710 00 

IS, no 00 



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REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



OOLLATBBAL INHERITANCE. TAX BBOEIVED FROM THE VARIOUS COUNTY COL- 

LECTORS DURING THE YEARS OF 1903 AND 1904. 



Counties. 



19031 



1904. 



Andrew... 
Atchison.. 
Audradn. . 

Barry , 

Barton 

Bates 

Bollinger.. 

Boone 

Buchanan. 
Caldwell. 



Callaway 

Cape Girardeau. 

Carroll 

Cass 

Cedar. 



CbaritOB... 
Christian.. 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole 

Cooper. .... 
Crawford.., 

Dade 

Daviess 

DeKalb... . 
Franklin... 
Gasconade.. 

Gentry 

Greene. 

Grundy 

Harrison ... 

Henry 

Hickory ... 



Holt. 

Howard 

Howell 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette.... 

Lawrence 

Lewis , 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Livlngbton. . 
McDonald.... 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Mississippi... 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan, 



New Madrid. 

Newton 

Nodaway 

Oregon 

Osage 

Ozark 

Pemiscot.... 

Perry 

Pettis 

Phelps 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk. 



Pulaski... 
Putnam... 

Ralls 

Randolph, 
Ray. 



Reynolds... 

Ripley 

St, Cl)arles. 



140103 
22 99 
10 OS 

237 04 
33 88 

817 85 



1,977 U 
3,886 09 



485 07 

854 40 

1.365 55 

438 10 



88 43 

27 07 

835 15 

719 16 

82 76 

1,111 85 

3,447 18 

48 60 

1,153 40 

86 61 

30 38 

223 37 

73 49 

826 07 

1,181 53 

698 34 

179 4S 

47 45 



231 79 
172 79 

26 13 
13.114 63 

2,416 52 

322 78 

799 81 

43 70 

12 60 
805 85 
505 61 
314 24 

1.233 01 

66 67 

164 80 

13 50 
135 71 

27 00 
146 16 

2,179 70 
421 80 
783 SO 
15 56 
862 85 
575 40 



1,097 86 



23 08 



151 72 
1.841 24 

116 37 
2,431 53 

434 51 



164 47 

46 83 

4T7 37 

1.940 96 



1,152 0^ 



$1,314 80 

351 75 

338 92 

61 47 

950 

304 00 

15 07 

2.617 41 

4.104 26 

430 78 

15 80 

612 05 

197 77 

nsoi 

1.512 43 



1,118 22 

2.527 65 

46 80 

903 72 

1,545 14 



138 S7 
184 15 
240 90 
274 90 

1,617 11 
100 OO 

1,588 94 

480 01 

60 50 

922 75 

453 8» 

2,442 55 

2,720 11 



14,091 05 

1,446 50 

428 56 

380 30 

474 32 



1.885 00 
27180 
214 12 
116 34 



50 36 
'877*65 



l,2ti0 40 



15 91 
490 86 
988 14 

63 26 

760 

505 07 



152 54 



56 62 
707 70 



525 35 

1.743 26 

103 25 



370 63 
1,278 70 
2.350 06 



514 79 



feltCElM'S. 



6i 



COLLATERAL INHEBITANOE TAX-Oontlnued. 





Oonnttes. 


190B. 


1904. 


St. Olalr 


$181 S4 
1,«S4 67 




St. Francois 


$651 68 


Ste. Gtonevleve. 




St. Louis 




6,066 88 
878 86 


8,790 68 


Saline 




8. 008 79 


SebiiTler. 


809 18 


Scotland 




77 66 


Scott 


818 01 


9 86 


Shannon 




Shelby 




1,886 74 


Stoddard : 


10 44 




Stone 


67 01 


SulUyan 






875 88 


'Pn.YlAV 








Texas 






Verncm 


996 14 
5818 


879 40 


Warren 


154 11 


WAAhlDffton --,, ,,,- -,.. r-.-,.- - w. T- ,T, ,, T , 


386 48 


Wayne 


1,496 76 
m 54 


71 98 


Weoster 


t 


74 77 


Worth 




419 48 


Wriffbt. 










75.906 77 


50,875 65 








Totals.* 


$148,564 08 


$188,090 80 









REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RECEIPTS INTO ESCHEATS FUND. 
(Chapter 104, R. S., 1899.) 



1903 

Jan. 1.. 

7.. 

8.. 

23.. 

88.. 

Feb. 2.. 

6.. 

9.. 

11.. 

16 . 

84.. 

25.. 

March 9.. 

9.. 

7.. 

25.. 

2<) 

April le!. 

May 1.. 

1.. 

13.. 

16.. 

16.. 

20.. 

21.. 

23.. 

26.. 

28.. 
4.. 
4.. 

20.. 
.Tuly 15.. 
Aug. 4.. 

13.. 

13.. 

17.. 

28.. 
4.. 

14.. 

17.. 
Oct. 12.. 

16.. 

19.. 
Nov. 14.. 

14.. 

18.. 

20.. 

26.. 

28.. 

12.. 

12.. 

18.. 

19.. 



June 



Sept. 



Dec. 



1901. 

Jaa. 12.. 

20.. 

26.. 

26.. 



Feb. 13.. 

27.. 
March 5.. 

Id.. 

23.. 

24.. 

29.. 

31.. 
April 18.. 



May 



Jane 



20 

11. . 

11.. 

19.. 

20.. 

2!.. 

28.. 

6.. 

7.. 
24.. 



E. P. Donovan, administrator estate, Dan*l M. Stone 

Madison Stone, *' •* W. R. Hardesty 

Bernard Dierks, city auditor, " F. A. Huetman 

W. O. Richardson, administrator estate, Thomas Schwartz 

R. T. Ham, sheriff Saline county, partition sale, McAnls vs. G. S. Upton 

R. T. Osborn, administrator estate, James A. Ford 

Esther Little, " " John Little 

J. F. Stool: ton. sheriff, " Milton Turner 

^ A. B. Evans, administrator " Dorothy McGray 

W.M.Busby, " " W. O. I*. Thomas 

W.U.Daniels, •* " Olarrlssa Daniels 

W.W. young, " •• WiUiamBlalr 

T.B.Ourtls, " " Lucinda Curtis 

M. W.Lltton, " " LouisaOraft 

Thos. McOinnls, *' " L. A. Lust 

W. T. Schade, sheriff. Oape Girardeau county 

Thos. G. Burch, sheriff Franklin county, part, sale, Fluas vs. Willis 

Geo. W. Wood, administrator estate, E. Bowker 

W. R. Baldwin, ex-sheriff, Boone county 

P.H.Buckley, " Gentry " 

Robt. W. Oox, administrator estate, Jno. D. Oox 

Jasper A. Nekton, '* *' John Newton 

Geo. W. Epright, ** " George Eprlght 

R. E. L.6eat, " " Henry N. Seat 

Jno. M. Rice. '* " Pleasant Rice 

O.J.Walker, " *• Gldon Johnson 

Bernard Deirkes. '* '* Caroline Kraft 

R. L. Matley, " •' Catherine Wlest 

John Demond, ** '• Rose Leopard 

LD. Miller, " " Rich 8. Davis 

Francis Foster, '• " Emeline Bout 

James Long vs. Lester Taylor, et. al., partition sale 

W. T. Richardson, ad mlnlstrator estate. Carl Dohlhoff 

R. D. McCray, sheriff, partition sale, White vs. Lierly, et. al 

O. W. Crouch, administrator estate, Geo. Ward 

Wm. Walton, '* ** Thos. Bain 

A.P. Huff. " " D. L. Leaton 

lietts & Hawthorn, " " W. S. Freshour 

W.A.Medley, " *♦ W. H. Medley 

J. L. M. J. Best, " •* W. H. Best 

W. A. Joslin, " " Edward Joslin 

W. B. Arnold vs. W. Arnold, et. al., partition sale 

.fames A. Foster, administrator estate, Mary B. Foster 

MaryS. White, " " Mary Mead 

J.K.Groff. " " A.F.Randall 

J. 0. Dlvinla, " " Sam'l Divlnla 

D. H. Henson, " " Wm. Henson 

P. J. Ferlck, " " Tliomas Hanley 

J.W.Blake. " " E.H.Haines 

Geo. Wilkener, " " Mary Wllkener 

C. E. Hammaner, " " Henry Brink haus 

A. J. Klotz, '♦ " J. H. Klotz 

Total 

T. J. .Jackson, receiver W. W. Dunn estate 

W. J. Bfiker, administrator Susan E. Baker estate 

M. E. McGreger, administrator H. F. Wells estate 

T. J. Seehorn, administrator C. Short estate 

" M. Crowley estate 

AnnaPlitt •' 

Ellhu Mason vs. Jasper Farrls et al 

J. A. Crow, treasurer J as. K. Miller estate 

R. H . Black well, administrator Ben Oglesby estate 

C. B. Li ttlefleld, executor V. H. Thornton estate .. 

S. A. Gash, administrator R. W. Jackson estate 

N. C. Burch. administrator K. Kraus estate 

A. C. Isenbiich, administrator Amanda Boone estate 

R. Brocker Jr., executor B. Brocker estate 

R. J. Clark, administrator Aaron Diggs estate 

St. Louis Union Trust Co., executor Margaret Scoot estate 

.Tas. E. Moore, sheriff, W. Porter et al, vs. H. Patterson et al, part, sale 

W. H. Klrett, executor J. H. Kirett estate 

J. E. Moore, sheriff R. Johnson et al, part sale 

F. K. Collier, sheriff, B. Owen et al vs. Ray Fowler, part sale 

H. C. Sennett, administrator J. W. Sennett estate 

W. B. Arnold, administrator •. 

C. W. Rice, administrator H. H . Ransone estate 

Martin Killings worth, administrator Able Stone estate 

B. H. Lohman, administrator J. F. Lohman estate 



$3158 


200 


7 00 


71 92 


45 65 


259 7S 


500 


96 78 


1 03 


40 90 


50 52 


100 00 


40 28 


400 


72 00 


50 00 


85 85 


10 00 


35 75 


33 14 


I.ITO 74 


283 75 


30 00 


5 00 


1 42 


64 92 


300 


22 41 


825 


430 85 


48 00 


26 81 


9 50 


108 38 


1 11 


222 34 


400 


19 79 


595 28 


1 50 


7 11 


1 00 


13 58 


35 56 


56 80 


3692 


64 25 


53 93 


114 96 


5 00 


1 00 


300 


10 00 


14,496 70 


112 72 


500 


780 61 


221 40 


80 94 


18 15 

7 9® 



368 77 

1 00 

20 25 

18 37 

1 00 

27 74 

1 00 

34 61 

240 

138 49 



5 
3 



00 

83 



00 
49 87 

4 32 

12 46 

1 00 

48 55 



8. H. Drradbte, Bheriff ... . 

Arthur FlDDOgaa. Bdmlulstrutar Jno. Barley estiit«... 

LlDcoln Trust Co.. executoni Peter Btelver estate 

J. L. Barrls. eslatA 

9. coclt astute 

U. (a Orotlma estate 

3a inaa Ts. Orowler 

P. r la Hurd estate 

J. [decker estate 

Sa SarahJ. Boyce 'state.... 

J. ran Ts. Santeret Hi 

iQ vs. Wood 

" ■' Davis IB. Latta 

" Qreene vs. Greene 

Jas. A. Henderson BttfirDey U. Llfka estate 

J. W. Franklin, ex-sheriffJ. B. Jumpetal 

O. H. Blocker etal 

J. C. Crawley adrntntstrB tor W. L, Goode estitl« 

H. E. Sprague, administrator W. O. KDllogR estnte .. 

W. K. [^ttoD, execDtorOaleb JacksoD estate 

U. Wbllley, aamlnlBtrator B. Kemper estHte 

L. S. Blckman, receiver Home Mutual aad!:<aTln){ Asa, 

Andrew Porter, eiocator Milton Ames 

W. W. Brad*, assignee C. W. Dlcksun 

KlDschmldtABeppT. executor 0. ferkeser 

O. W. Edwards, Jno. Barton estate 

J. B. Kelckoll. exeoatorO. H.TUtord .. 

J. O. Adams, executor Jno. I Clark 

B. T. Ham, part sale, C<oiree vs. OofTee 

Powell & Powell, executor W. E. Force estate 

T. B. OoDrad. administrator T. B. Oo a rad estate 

O. B. FraDCk, admlalstrator Catherine Huges estate.. 

O. T. Oardmer A Son, J. B. Bines estate 

M. A. Plnkerton, executor Larry Dowllm; estate 

A. J. Thomas, part sale. White vs. MoCracken 

S. B. Dijsdale, part sale, Huff vs. Briscoe 

S. H. Urysdale, partsale, Wlilteetal. vs. .McCrackeo. 



BECEIPTS FBO» ALL SODBOE^. 



Funds. 


im. 


,«. 


Total receipts 
lor ISOS-lftM. 




%1;S!| 


1 

IB 
S7 

le 

'i 

i 


M 
II 

71.1 M 

ii 
i'i 

210 40 


3 

1 

X?i 

■!! 

i 
1, 


•17 TO 












'■Si? 

ail,0»E02 












iSKrS"'"'-';""";.::.:.:.-::.::;::::::::: 


tiodo 












■ail 
SI 

9, EM ea 

1M.7C«0! 
15.404 » 
3.I68 4I 

7; Ml 00 

!;!!!!! 

S70 00 


?«li 






Sf£S.fiJr"---'----'----------'-- 
















Sf.r^.?v^lKi;fl°.'."""^™:;:::, :;:::; :::: 


















!SSi 










♦3. Ml. 330 X9 

















DISBURSEMENTS. 



TABLE SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OP WARRANTS ISSUED ON THE VARIOUS 

FUNDS AND APPROPRIATIONS DURING THE TWO FISCAL. 

TEARS COMMENCING JANUARY 1, 1908, AND 

ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1901. 



A-^ 



(/i 



ftEi'oRT OP THE State auditor. 



PAY OF FORTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

(Session of seventy-six days beginning January 7. 1904, and ending March 23, 1904.) 



riatlon, section 1, page 20, Laws 1903 
Balance in former appropriation 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



190.000 00 
90176 

$90,901 78 
90176 

$90.000 00 



SENATE 



Names of Senators. 


Districts. 


Mileage of 
Senators, 
See. 8984, 
n. S. 1899. 


Per diem of 

Senators 
coming and 
returning. 


Per diem of 

Senators 

during 

session. 


Total mile- 
age and 
per diem. 


Biggs. M. R. K 


Eleventh 


Siooo 

45 00 
SI 00 

600 

90 00 
25 00 
50 00 
2100 

91 00 
90 00 
40 00 
9S00 
90 00 
25 00 
60 00 
60 00 
75 00 

46 00 
75 00 
56 00 
22 00 
25 00 
35 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
54 00 
62 00 
50 00 
17 00 
43 00 

600 


$10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
30 00 
10 00 
90 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 


9356 00 
366 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
956 00 
366 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
»)6 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
966 00 
956 00 
356 00 


9376 00 
411 00 
387 00 
872 00 
396 00 


Bradley, Jno. L 

Bradley. Nick M 

Buchanan, T. J 

Clarke, Ohas. W 

Collins, John P 

Costello, FraD k 


Twenty -sixth 

Seventeenth 

Fourteenth 

Seventh 


Thirty-first 

Thira. 


391 00 
426 00 


Dickinson, C. C 

Dowell, E. A 

Parris, Frank H 

A* IdOStt fi#a Ds ••■■■•••■■■ 


Sixteenth 

Twelfth 

Twenty-fourth.... 
Sixth 


387 00 
407 CO 
996 00 
416 00 


Heather, H. Clay 

Jewell. Jessie L 


Thirteenth 


406 00 


Fifth 

Thirty-fourth 

Twenty-first . .. 
Twentieth 


410 00 


Klnealy. W. B 


991 00 


Lee. Geo. T 

Mc David, Frank M 


448 00 
439 00 


Mclndoe, Hugh 


Twentieth 


451 00 


McKlnley, Jno. C 


Fourth 


422 00 


McNatt. A. B 

Marshall, Jno. £ 

Martin, B. D 


Eighteenth 

Twenty-third 

Fifteenth 


45100 
434 00 

888 00 


Matthews, Buel L 

Morton, Jno. F 


Twenty-fifth 

Eighth 


99100 
411 00 


Nelson, David 

Sartorlous. John 


Thirty -second .... 
Thirtieth 


991 00 
SDl 00 


Schoenlaub, W. P 

Smith, Chas. A 


Thirty-third 

Twenty-ninth 

First. 


39100 
391 00 


Stubbs, Wm. E 


430 00 


Sullivan, Wm. P 

Vories, Lawrence A 

Walker, Chas. J 


Nineteenth 

Second 

Tenth 


438 00 
416 00 
383 00 


Young, Jno. D 

Zevelv, E. M 


Twenty-second .... 
Twenty-seventh. . 


419 00 
371 00 




Totals 


11,183 00 


9500 00 


111,748 00 


913.431 00 


1 



DISBURSEMKNTS. 



67 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



Names of members. 



Counties. 



Atkinson, Jno. M 

Baker, Frank T 

Barton, Edward 

Bear, Absalom 

Beaty, Lewis P 

Beckert, John Jr 

Boland, Giles 

Booth, Wm. H 

Bothwell, J. H 

Brasfaear, J. M 

Brltlan, J. W 

Brown, Larkln E 

Brown. B. fl 

Burkhardt. G. A 

Byrd, John C 

Oaldwell, J. W 

Callendar, W. J 

Campbell, Jno. W 

Uarr. W. P 

Carter, John E 

Casey, M. E 

Chapman, Arthur 

Cbasteen, N. C 

Clay. Green 

Clements, B. B 

Coffman, Jas. M 

Colden, Chas. J 

Collins. R. J 

Conklln, Newland 

Connor, Wm. S 

Coy, Jno. H 

Oreson, S. W 

Crisp. Jno. T 

Crowe, Thos. W 

Davidson, Jas. F 

Davis, O. B 

Davison, Jos. T 

Davisson, J. L 

Dawson, Frank L 

Declne, Jno. L 

Denny, R. B 

Dietrich. H. R 

Dolan. C. D 

Dotrls, E. P 

Dunklin, Joseph 

Earlxson, Sam*l T 

Eversole, E. T , 

Elliott. Chas. E 

Elmer. Wm. P 

Farley, J. W 

Frost. Sidney D 

Galbralth. 1. M 

Gardner, A. E. L , 

Glllespy James O , 

Gibson, Jasper N 

Goebel. Edwin E . 

Gracfcy , Samuel M 

Graham. R. N 

Halns, Robert L , 

Harper. Thomas L 

Haydon. Oscar L 

Haynes, Charles A 

Hensley, J. W 

Hildreth. Arthur S 

Horn, John C 

Hnck, Peter H 

Hudson. O. B 

Lett, E. S 

Ing, VoltairV 





S 


*Tfl 


*^ 


?=?s ?r5 


^?« 


i 


To T' 


diem of m 
rs during 
m 




. ?« 


. 8BO 


• SS 




' 50? 


&• 1 


:?B 



Ripley 

iJallaway 

Linn 

Miller 

Henry 

8t. Louis City . . . 

St. Louis City 

Dallas 

Pettis 

Pemiscot 

Greene 

Ozark 

Cass 

Moniteau 

Douglas 

Bollinger , 

Webster 

Hickory 

St. Louis City.... 

Grundy 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Stoddard 

Audrain 

Macon 

Phelps 

Nodaway 

St. Louis Cliy.... 

Carroll 

Buchanan 

Polk 

Randolph 

Jackson 

Ray 

Marlon 

Barry 

Butler 

Daviess 

Lincoln 

Washington 

St. Louis 

Livingston , 

Jackson , 

Oregon 

St. Francois , 

Gentry 

Washington 

V asper ..■ ..••..., 

Dent 

Platte 

Caldwell 

Cedar 

St. Louis . « 

Boone 

Charlton 

St. Louis City.. .. 

St. Clair 

Jasper 

Saline 

Bates 

Howell 

Putnam 

Gasconade 

Adair 

Iron 

Ste. Genevieve 

Worth 

Madison 

Wayne 



100 00 
900 
40 00 
800 
SI 00 
25 00 
25 00 
6S00 
IS 00 
87 00 

60 00 
65 00 

29 00 
6 00 

61 00 
SO 00 
&5 00 

34 00 
25 00 
56 00 

30 00 
30 00 
05 00 
10 00 
25 00 

35 00 
S5 00 
25 00 
30 00 
50 00 
60 00 
22 00 
30 00 
35 00 
3S00 

74 00 
60 00 
58 00 
22 00 
40 00 
25 00 
45 00 
30 00 
65 00 

45 00 
58 00 
40 00 

75 00 
38 00 
H5 00 
48 00 
35 00 
25 00 
17 00 

22 00 

23 00 
25 00 
75 00 
22 00 
30 00 
55 00 
4>)00 

900 
80 00 
42 00 
38 00 

62 00 

46 00 
50 00 



120 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 
90 00 
10 00 

aoio 

20 00 
40 00 
20 00 
10 00 
30 00 
20 00 
£0 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
SO 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
10 OJ 
20 00 
25 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 CO 
20 00 
20 00 
2U00 
20 00 
20 00 



I3S6 00 
356 00 

356 00 
856 00 
366 00 
356 00 
856 00 
966 00 
356 00 
356 00 
886 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
350 00 
856 00 
856 00 
856 00 
356 00 
366 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
366 00 
366 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
360 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 tO 
856 00 
170 00 
356 00 
356 00 
366 00 
356 00 
856 00 
366 00 
856 00 
856 00 
356 00 
856 00 
356 00 
856 00 
366 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
866 00 
356 00 
356 60 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
356 00 
856 00 
356 00 
356 00 



SB 

Bg 

: vi 

. o 



9486 00 

375 00 
416 00 

384 00 

387 00 
391 00 
391 00 
4.38 00 
378 00 
473 00 
436 00 
461 00 

405 00 
372 00 
447 00 
420 00 
431 CO 

410 00 
391 00 
431 00 
396 CO 
396 00 
441 00 

376 00 
401 00 

411 00 
431 00 
391 00 

406 00 

420 00 
436 00 

388 00 
396 00 

411 00 

412 00 

450 00 
436 00 
434 00 
396 00 
230 00 
891 00 

421 00 
396 00 

451 00 

421 00 
434 00 
416 00 
451 00 
414 00 
411 00 
414 00 
411 00 
391 00 
383 00 
398 00 
391 00 
401 00 
451 00 
388 00 
406 00 
436 00 
423 00 

385 00 
406 00 
418 00 
414 00 
438 00 

422 00 
426 00 



r» 



kKPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



HOUSE OP REPRESBNTATIVES-Contlnued. 



Names of members. 



Oountles. 





S 


m 


*v 


H 


?>?= sg-s 




«l 


sal 


oSSf 


•i w 






3.0 


mile 
diem 






i; 




if 






Oi 1 


: {§ 

« 1 


: r 


• 

$50 00 


$30 00 


$866 00 


1486 00 


50 00 


20 00 


356 00 


426 00 


43 00 


20 00 


356 00 


419 00 


17 00 


80 00 


860 00 


403 OU 


9500 


10 00 


356 00 


89100 


30 00 


10 00 


356 00 


896 00 


25 00 


10 00 


356 00 


39100 


63 00 


20 ro 


856 00 


489 00 


25 00 


10 00 


366 00 


SOiOO 


30 00 


10 00 


856 00 


896 00 


40 00 


20 00 


356 00 


416 00 


75 00 


20 00 


856 00 


451 00 


76 00 


20 00 


866 00 


451 00 


25 00 


10 00 


856 00 


89100 


25 00 


10 00 


856 00 


891 00 


48 00 


20 00 


866 00 


424 00 


43 00 


20 00 


866 00 


419 00 


70 00 


20 00 


356 00 


446 00 


62 00 


20 00 


356 00 


438 00 


33 00 


20 00 


356 00 


4U 00 


52 00 


25 00 


356 00 


433 03 


25 00 


10 00 


866 00 


891 00 


15 00 


20 00 


366 00 


30100 


58 00 


20 00 


856 00 


434 00 


80 00 


20 00 


856 00 


406 ro 


25 00 


10 00 


856 00 


391 00 


65 00 


20 00 


356 00 


441 0) 


54 00 


20 00 


856 00 


430 00 


66 00 


20 00 


356 00 


442 00 


57 00 


20 00 


356 00 


483 (« 


60 00 


20 00 


356 00 


426 00 


66 00 


20 00 


856 00 


442(0 


60 00 


20 00 


356 00 


42B0i) 


60 00 


30 00 


356 00 


446C0 


aooo 


20 00 


856 00 


406 00 


38 00 


20 00 


856 00 


414 00 


800 


20 00 


866 00 


884 00 


75 00 


20 GO 


356 00 


45100 


34 00 


10 00 


856 00 


400 00 


31 00 


20 00 


356 00 


407 00 


60 00 


30 00 


356 00 


446 00 


17 00 


20 00 


356 00 


393 00 


25 00 


10 00 


356 00 


881 00 


28 00 


10 00 


856 00 


394 00 


50 00 


20 00 


856 00 


426 00 


25 00 


10 00 


356 00 


39100 


27 00 


20 00 


856 00 


403 00 


15 00 


10 00 


356 90 


881 00 


37 00 


20 00 


366 00 


413 00 


5 00 


10 00 


356 00 


871 00 




5 00 




356 00 
356 00 


361 00 




70 00 


20 00 


446 00 


39 00 


20 00 


356 00 


415 00 


29 00 


10 00 


356 00 


895 00 


20 OC 


10 00 


356 00 


386 00 


40 00 


20 00 


356 00 


416 00 


25 00 


10 00 


856 00 


391 00 


25 00 


10 00 


356 00 


891 00 


60 00 


20 00 


356 00 


438 00 


• 6000 


20 OD 


356 00 


426 00 


60 00 


25 00 


356 00 


44100 


20 00 


20 00 


856 00 


396 00 


50 00 


20 00 


356 00 


426 00 


30 00 


20 00 


356 00 


406 00 


31 00 


20 00 


356 00 


407 00 


72 00 


20 CO 


856 00 


448 00 


58 00 


20 00 


356 00 


434 00 


60 00 


20 00 


356 00 


436 00 


10 00 


10 00 


356 00 


378 00 


89 00 


20 00 


356 00 


415 00 


15 00 


20 00 


866 00 


89100 


35 00 


20 00 


356 00 


411 00 


21 00 


10 00 


856 00 


387 00 


$5,623 00 $2, 


525 00 


150,864 00 


166,612 00 



January, J. P 

Keifner, Charles E... 

Kimrey. Louis N 

Kirkham. E. M 

KroDCk, Huberts 

Leahy, John F 

Lee. Joseph R 

Leo. William Q 

J^onard, Thomas J.. 

Lindsay, Howard 

Locker, William H... 
J^gan, William R.... 

Long, J. M 

Luig. Renj. *••• 

Lynam, Jas. T 

McOlelland, John W.. 

McfCee, Robert L 

McPherson, I. V 

Maples, Dorah E 

Morris, A. T> , 

Moser, Peter 

Murphy, M. A , 

Nebel, John V 

Newton, C. A 

Norvell. Karl D 

O'Donnell, John 

Odneal, Walter H.. . 

O' Fallon. Sam'l F 

Officer, JOS. D 

Oliver, R. B 

Parkinson, Jno. Q...., 

Pence, G. B 

Pelts, Wm. S 

Prather, Alonzo S 

Prewitt, Wm. II 

Purdy. Paul J. 



• • • • 



Ouigg, Horace r>. 



telnmlUer. J. W... 

Riley, Elmer L 

Risk, Ferdinand O. 
Rur>ottom, U. M.... 

Sartin, Jno. A 

Self, Oolon M 

Shelby, Jos. B , 

Shepherd, Uhas. S.. 

Sleber, Geo. J 

Simmons, H. J 

Smith. Richard 

Spangler, E. P 

Spcer, Alfred A . . . . 
Stamplii, Geo. J ... 

Steele, Geo. W 

Stewart, Chas. U... 
Stumberg, Jno. 11.. 

Tapley, Jos 

Terrill, Jno. W. 



Thompson, A. R... 

Tlchacek, L.J 

Tracy, J. P 

Vernon, T. A 

Viles, Thos. L 

VoshoU, Henry.. . 

Welker, J. M 

Wallace, David.... 

Weaver. H. H 

Wells, J. T 

Williams, LonB... 
Wilsie, Harney H. 
Windier, Henry L. 

Witty, LeeT 

Woods, Jno. A 

Wray, Anderson J. 
Voung, Geo. S 



Reynolds, 

Perry 

Texas 

Oamden , 

St. Louis City. 

Jackson , 

St. Louis City. 
Mississippi. . .. 
St. Louis City. . 

Jackson .. 

Pulaski 

Jasper 

McDonald 

St. Louis City. 



Totals. 



Shannon 

Clinton 

Lawrence 

Christian 

Schuyler 

Andrew 

St. Louis City.. . 

Montgomery 

Wright 

Crawford 

St. Louis City. .. 

Mercer 

Holt 

Harrison 

Cape Girardeau. 

Buchanan 

DeKalb 

Dade 

Taney 

Vernon 

Sullivan 

Cooper 

Newton 

Clay... 

Lewis 

Carter 

Benton , 

St. Louis Cliy.... 

Lafayette 

Buchanan , 

St. Louis City 

Shelby 

li'ranklln 

Clark 

Usage 

Cole 

New Madrid 

Knox 

St. Charles 

Pike 

Maries 

St. Louis City 



< I 



Greene.... 
Laclede... 

Stone 

Warren... 
Bollinger. 

Ralls 

Jefferson . 
Dunklin.. 

Scott 

Atchison. 

Morgan . . . 

Scotland.. 

Howard.., 

Barton... 

Johnson.. 



DISBURSEMKNTS. 



6y 



OFFI0ER8 OF SENATE AND HOUSE. 



Names of ofBcers. 



Official position. 



i^ 



CD 
CD 

■ 

OB 



(85 

• i 



SB 

n 

SB 

Oi 



OFFICERS OF THE SENATE 

Jotin A. Lee '.. 

Thos. L. Bubcy 

Cornelius Riiach 

K. S. McOlintock 

Claude Hill 

Wm. F. Perry 

J.M.Stephens 

Obas. E. Dewey 

O. S. Orcutt 

Dan F. Thompson 

J. B. Orumbaugh , 

Chas. H. Oolley 

Totals 



OFFICERS OF THE HDU-iE. 



Jas. H. Whltecotton. 

A. B. Duncan 

.fames E. Olark 

R. V. Cooper , 

Miss Leah Grand a II.. 

.Ino. D. Dale 

E. J. Maloney 

(I. A. McBride 

T. P. McDonald 

L. H. Musgrave 

James Noble 

W. Jeff Pollard 

Joe B. Reynolds 

J. A. Russell 

Wm. Smith 

S»W J. Wheeler 

Joe Tall 



Totals. 



President 

President pro tern. . . 

Secretary 

Assistant Secretary. 
Chaplain pro tern. . . . 

Chaplain 

Sergeant-at-Arms. .. 

Official Reporter 

Enrolling Clerk 

Eitgrossing Clerk . . . . 

Doorkeeper 

Folder , 



Speaker 

Speaker pro tern 

Doorkeeper 

Enrolling Clerk 

Folder 

Reporter 

Sergeant-at- A rm « . . . 
Assistant Reporter . . 

Reading Clerk 

Engrossing Clerk .... 

Chaplain pro tern 

Reading Clerk 

Reading Crk pro tern 

Chaplain 

Asst. Reading Clerk. 
Asst. Chief Clerk.... 
Chief Clerk 



IS5 00 
25 00 



ISO 00 



$30 0.1 
50 00 



$90 00 



lUOO 
20 00 



$508 00 
508 00 



$34 00 



$20 00 
20 00 



$1,016 00 



$504 00 
420 00 



140 00 



$821 00 



$547 00 
553 00 
420 00 
420 00 
10 00 
370 00 
250 00 
390 00 
875 00 
380 00 
301 (H) 
300 00 



$4,315 00 



$554 00 
490 00 
279 50 
375 00 
900 00 
380 00 
299 00 
380 00 
130 00 
375 00 
10 00 
250 00 
500 
370 00 
380 00 
370 00 
400 00 



$5,307 50 



EXPENSE OF COMMITTEE TO SETTLE WITH STATE AUDI- 
TOR AND STATE TREASURER. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



For what purpose warrants were issued. 



Amount. 



E. B. Fields .. 
A. B. Duncan.. 
A. A. Sneers... 
H. B. TOmble. 

Total 



Senator , 

Representative . 
Representative. 



» * • • 



$260 00 
329 40 
311 95 
535 35 

$1.436 70 



70 



Rlil'ORT OV TUli STATE AUDITOR. 



EXPENSE OF COMMITTEE TO EXAMINE STATE INSTITU- 
TIONS. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



H. Olay Heather. 
A. E. L. Qardner. 
Geo. J. Stampfll... 
O. M. Barnett 



Total , 



For what purpose warrants were Issued. 



Senator 

Representative. 



Clerk. 



Amount. 



1640 5fl 
503 re 
5:9 H4 

647 89 



18,461 47 



RECAPITULATION. 



Mileage and per diem of Senate. . . 
Mtlea«e and per diem of Elouse.. . 

Per diem of officers of Senate 

Per diem of officers of House 

Expense of Auditing Committee. 
Expense of Junketing Committee . 



Total 



113.431 00 
58,512 00 
4,315 00 
6.307 50 
1,436 70 
2,461 47 

$85.463 67 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY. (Senate.) 

(Section 2, page £0, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total 

Balance canceled 

Balance 



1323 91 

115.000 00 



$115,323 91 
829 91 



$115,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants 
were Issued. 



For what purpose they were Issued. 



Amount. 



A M. Armstrong... 
J. S. Alexander.... 

Oscar Andreen 

O. T. Allen 

R. O. Arnett 

T. W. Armstrong.. 
J. W. Armstrong.. 

A. O. Ashlock 

A dams Brothers . . . 
NorvUle Anderson 
M. R. K. Bljrgs.... 

Jno. L. Bradley 

Nick M. Bradley.. 
T. J. Buchanan 



Ora Bruce 

W. E. Bryan 

O. E. Byems 

A. Brandenberger. 
Arch Broadhead . . . 
Thomas Buckner.. 

Wirt Butler 

J. H. Buckley 

R. S. Bogie 

Tomkln Bradley. . 

A . J. Brown 

Frances Blake 

Ralph Real 

Clyde Bell 



Stenographer 

.Tournal clerk 

Stationery 

Committee clerk. 
Docket *• . 

Journal ' * . 

Committee • • . 

Typewriter 

Felt cloth 

Stenographer 

Stationery 






.1 



Expense penltentlnry Investigating committee.. 

Journal clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

Stenograpner 

Thermometers 

Minority clerk , 

Engrossing clerk 

Committee ** , 

Brushes 

Stenographer 

Spittoon cleaner , 

Enrolling clerk t , 

Engrossing clerk , 

Doorkeeper 

Enrolling clerk , 



$362 fO 
262 50 
840 32 
262 50 
297 50 
297 50 
962 50 
262 5*) 
67 97 
262 50 

aooo 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

18 SO 

262 50 

262 50 

14 00 

5 

80 

262 50 

262 50 

4 

84 

122 00 

262 50 

262 SO 

262 50 

262 50 



25 

50 



00 
00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



71 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



PenoDS to whom warrants 
were Issoed. 



For what purpose they were Issued, 



Amount. 



Gu8 Berry 

J. B. Blevins 

Ohas. Bledsoe.... 
Ben. F. Brown.. 
L. E. Bowyer.... 
W. W. Boydston. 

WlUBrodle 

B. Buchanan 

O. W. Olark 

Jno. P. Oolllns... 



4< 



Frank Oostello 






Capital Telephone Co. 

Claude L. Clark 

Cleo Craig 

W. H. Cunningham.... 

Thomas Calf er..« 

John Collins, Jr 

W.J.Oastel. . 

E. M. Carter 

Jno. J. Olark 

Thomas Claiterbuck.. 

S. P. Claybrook 

W.L.Crawford 

W. Cheeney 

H. D. Chinn 

Lee Cody 

AgathyOolt 

Leonard Costello 

G«o. F. Crutchley 

L. Camthers 

O. O. Dickinson. 



» • 



4t 



E. A. Dowell...: 

.Toe Deering 

J. W.Donnell 

J.F. Dickinson .. . 
M. A. Dalton (Miss). 



( t 






J. B.Jamison 

Miss Lina DeLisle 

Andy Demasters 

OroTer Dowell 

J. M. Douglass 

A. V. Downs 

MissM.C. DeariDg. 

Jno. N. Doehia 

Densmore Typewriter Go. 

W. F. Elgin 

H. L. Erwin 

A. E. Errington 

Wm. Erke 

Frank H. Farris 

E. B. Fields 

Wm.Fahey 

Frank Fahey 

Mamie F. Fitzgerald 

Clark Farrell 

G. A. Fischer 

Peter Gill 

Thomas Gordon 

Daniel Gundelfinger 

James liailagber 

Pearl Gardner 

.Tohn Orandstalf 

B. 8. Gregory 

James W. Gibson 



E. E. Gill. 

Nick M.Green 

The Gilbert Book Co. 
Graham Paper Co . . . 

U.C. Heather 

Tim Hallessey 

John Haney 

Thomas H arrington . 

John Harris 

Bam Hatcher 

N. 0. Hlcock 

Arthur Hilton 



Committee clerk 
It 



i« 



tt 



Copy 

Superintendent heat and ventilation. 

Postal olerk .*. 

Minority clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

Page 

Stationery 



t« 



Expense penitentiary investigating committee.. 

Stationery 

Pile 

Expense penitentiary investigating committee.. 

Rent 

Stationery 

Committee x!lerk 

Committee room attendant 



( « 



• ( 



t i 



Page 

Typewriter 

Docket clerk 

Committee room 

Janitor 

Stationery clerk. 
Engrossing * ' 
Committee 
Enrolling 
Engrossing 
Committee 
Bill file 
Committee 



attendant. 



I ( 






(« 



1 1 



Stationery 

Rent of typewriter 

Stationery 

Sweeper 

Temporary mail clerk 

Serving process 

Stenographer 

Expense penitentiary investigating committee.. 

Rent of typewriter 

Stationery clerk 

Journal *• 

Committee ** 

Page 

Committee clerk 



Expense penitentiary investigation committee.. 

Tub 

Rent of machines 

Journal clerk 

Committee room attendant 

Bill clerk 

Journal clerk 

Stationery 

Joum al cierk 



I i 



• < 



Engrossing 

Page 

Merchandise 

Committee clerk. . 

Night fireman 

Hardware 

Journal clerk. 

Minority clerk.... 

Mail clerk 

Engrossing clerk . 
Enrolling clerk . . 
Committee clerk. 

Night watch 

Books 

Paper , 

Stationery 

Bill clerk 

Committee clerk. 
Engrossing clerk. 
Committee clerk . 

Janitor 

Journal clerk... . 
Engrossing clerk. 



IS68 60 

90 

90 

60 

90 

60 

60 

112 90 

90 00 

80 00 

96 60 

90 00 

» 

43 50 

12 00 

82 40 

262 60 

160 00 

160 00 

114 00 

262 60 

287 50 

160 00 

160 00 

297 60 

262 60 

262 60 

262 60 

282 60 

SBS50 

189 00 

262 60 

126 00 

80 00 

11 00 
80 00 

150 00 
28 00 

12 00 
297 60 

61 36 

10 00 

297 60 

297 60 

262 50 

114 00 

126 00 

126 00 

525 

66 

12 85 

297 50 

150 00 

297 50 

297 50 

30 00 

80 00 

297 50 

262 50 

199 60 

112 50 

7 75 

282 50 

40 00 

17 47 

262 50 

262 50 

28S50 

262 60 

262 50 

262 60 

28 00 

87 60 

87 40 

aooo 

297 50 
287 50 

63 00 
282 50 

90 00 
207 50 
262 50 



^2 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants 
were issued. 



For what purpose they were Issued. 



Amount. 



James Hoolahan. . 
Wm. Hoolahan..... 

Wm. Holmes 

Walter Hudson. ... 
Matthew Holland . 

J. S. Hogan 

John F. uelnrlchs 

Edgar R. Idol 

Jesse Jewell 



It 



Jeff. Olty Light, Heat & P. Oo.. 

Jeff. Olty Water Works Oo 

W. B. Klnealy 

Keystone File Oo 

Miss Ada Knaup 

John Kulage 

George J. Rirby 

Stanley Kelley 

Burdette Lester 

Slater Logan 

F. W.Lane 

F. E. Luckett 

James Laugford 

Logan LeDies 

R.P.Lashe 

Miss L. O. Lee 

Lawder & Peterson 

Miss Pearl Lee 

Henry Luff 

John A.liee 

.Tohn A. Lee 

Geo. T. Lee , 

Bessie McOUntock 

C.McOabe 

W. P. McOaus 

Frank McOarty 

H. H. McDaniel 

F. B. McDonald 

R. L. McDonald 

W. T. McGlnnlss 

James Mclndoe 

John McNeil 

Allen McReynolds 

Jno. F. Morton 

B.L.Matthews 

E.D.Martin 

K. D. Martin 

Jno. E. Marshall 

A. R. McNatt 

J.O. McKlnley 

Hugh Mclndoe 

T. M. McDavld 

T. M. McDavld 

Jno. F. Morton 

MlssD. O. Miller 

Mueller&Oote 

M. M. MlUlgan 

0. D. Mlddleton 

John Miller 

Clarence Miller 

Bland Mitchell 

J. G. Murdlck 

.lames Moynahan 

RayO.Moss 

R . H. Morris « 

J. P. Martin 

Arthur Ming 

Lizzie Men teer 

Missouri Pacific Railway Oo.... 

David Nelson 

David Nelson 

M.O.Newman 

H. O. Nevlll 

Mrs. E D. Nuckols 

HT.Orsborne 

He n ry Oste r 

Henry Orpen 

E.8. Pike 

R. D. Payne 

L.P.Pike 

Hubert Pearce ( 



Assistant sergeant-at-arms 

Typewriter 

Stenographer 

Engrossing clerk 

Cloak room clerk 

Committee clerk 

Furniture cierk 

Committee clerk 

Expense turf investigating committee 

S tationery 

Expense Penitentiary investigating committee.. 
Gas 



Water 

Stationery 

Files 

Typewriter 

Engrossing clerk 
Enrolling clerk... 

Pase 

Swesper 

Spittoon cleaner. , 
Committee clerk., 



( t 



Journal clerk 

Page 

Oommittee room attendant *. 

Stenographer 

Coal 

Committee clerk 

Wood 

Postage 

Stationery 

Stationery 

Committee clerk 

Sweeper 

Bill clerk 

Cloakroom attendant 

Printing clerk 

Engrossing clerk 

Proofreader 

Typewriter 

Minute clerk 

Journal clerk 

Enrolling clerk 

Expense to St. Louis asylum 

Stationery 

Stationer/ 

Expense investigating committee 

Stationery 



<« 
It 



Expense turf investigating committee. 

Stationery 

Minority clerk 

Merchandise 

Stenographer 

Library clerk 

Minority clerk 

Minority clerk 

Page 



Stenographer , 

Copyclerk , 

Bin me clerk 

Janitor 

Enrolling clerk 

Janitor 

Laundrying towels 

Freight 

Stationery 

Expense investigating committee 

Enrolling clerk 

Oommittee room attendant 

Enrolling clerk 

Committee clerk 

Asst. to Com. Per. Seat of Gov*t 

Stenographer Investigating Committee. 

Enrolling Clerk 

Enrolling Clerk ... 

Enrolling Clerk 

ProofresAer 



$362 50 
SttW 

assso 

86SfcO 
aS2 50 
3?S50 

a»M 

aiB50 

80 00 

30 00 

IS 75 

107 85 

158 75 

30 00 

45 00 

207 50 

20 50 

a08 50 

too 

150 0!) 

10 00 

an so 

2O60 

207 50 

J1S50 

150 00 

2(6 50 

987 10 

282 50 

18 00 

199 10 

30 00 

90 00 

171 50 

ISO 00 

297 50 

268 50 

287 SO 

17190 

297 50 

268 00 

20 50 

297 50 

2050 

10 00 

90 00 

90 00 

80 45 

30 00 

30 00 

90 OO 

90 00 

90 UO 

62 26 

30 00 

82 00 

03 

2L8 50 

60 

50 

190 00 

114 00 

275 00 

20150 

262 80 

182 00 



SO 

8 00 

090 

1 75 

90 00 

80 00 

268 50 

150 00 

262 50 

297 50 

106 00 

10 00 

208 SO 

30100 

297 SO 

297 SO 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



73 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES GENERAL ASSEMBLY-Conllnued. 



Persons to whom warrants 
were issued. 



For what purpose they were Issued. 



Amount. 



W. A. Pines 

Jas. M. Preuss 

J. D. Paster 

John Potter 

Parker Pen Oo 

Oporge Porth 

Tbos. L.Bnbey 

Remlnjrton Typewriter Co 

Wm. Rhea 

John Richardson 

Arthur Riley 

Wm. Pottftr.* 

SoUa Rothwell 

MaxRotbchlld 

M. A. BlgffS 

.fohn Sartorlus. 

John Sartorlub 

W. J. Schoenlaub 

Chas. A. Smith 

OhaR. A. Smith 

W.E. Stubbs 

W. P.Sulllvan 

J.M.Stephens 

J. P.Schleer 

SehriropA Bode 

J. iT.Shy 

M. O. Sandridge 

Sam Stantnn 

George Stalhr 

George W. Shelton 

W. F. Shy 

Alex Smith 

T.J.Smith 

A. T. Smith 

W. U. Strong 

Joe Stulty 

.T. H.Stussell 

Jno. L. Sullivan 

H.A.Swift 

Schultx Dry Goods Ck) 

O.M.Selpb 

Jno. W. Stone 

Smith-Premier Typewriter Oo. 

Dan*lT. Thompson 

Typewriter Exchange 

Elliott Tucker 

Daisy Tatlow 

F.J. Tipton 

S. W.Thomas 

TjAwisTuley 

Wm. Tull 

K. M. Tunis 

Tribune Printing Oo 

W. B. Teitsoot. 

L. A. Vories 



1 1 



• « . . • 



Vandalla Ooal Oo 

J. E. Vance 

J. O. Vanluster 

Geo. J. Vaughan 

O. B. Vardeman 

Ohss. .r. Walker 

L. M. Walthftr 

Arthur Woods 

J. H. Wagner. 

Lee Walker 

H.J. Warren 

James Warren 

Nellie Warren 

H. B. Williams 

Western Union Telegraph Oo.. 

Wyckoir. Seaman & Co 

Jna D. Toung 

E. M. Zevely 

Henry Belms 

JohnKuehn 

Total 



Committee Clerk 

Committee Olerk 

Tem. Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms. 

LlbraryClerk 

Fountain pens 

Clock 

Stationery 

Ren t of mach Ines 

Typewriter 

Committee Clerk 

Copy Olerk 

Janitor 

Enrolling Clerk 

Engrossing Clerk 

Minority Clerk 

Stationery 

Expense to St. Louis Asylum.. 

Stationery 

Stationery 

Expense to St. Louis Asylum. . . 

Stationery 

Stationery 

Sergeant-at-Arms. 

Merchandlbo 

Merchandise 

Engrossing Olerk 

Engrossing Clerk 

Tem. Sergeant-at-Arms 

.Janitor 

.Toumal Olerk 

Engrossing Clerk 

Copy Clerk 

Committee Olerk 

Minoritv Olerk 

Journal Clerk 

Committee Clerk 

Committee Clerk 

Night Custodian 

Ice. 



Merchandise 

f>ecretary Investigating Committee. 

Brooms 

Rent of machines 

Copy clerk 

Rent of machines 

Postal clerk 

Journal clerk 

Proofreader 

Janitor , 



1 1 



Minute clerk 

Stenographer 

Printing 

Enrolling clerk 

Stationery 

Expense Investlgatiag Committee. 

Coal 

Committee clerk 

Janitor 

Merchandise 

Clerk Investigating Committee 

Stationery 

Chairs 

Janitor 

Engrossing clerk ... 

Committee *' 

Engrossing " 

Journal ** 

Committee ** 

Service 

Wood 

Rent of machines 

Stationery 



• ( 



Minority clerk. 
Janitor 



IS7 50 

»»60 

700 

t02 50 

12S40 

as 00 

80 00 

17 60 
60 
00 
60 

190 00 

213 50 

SK50 

900 60 

80 00 

10 00 

80 00 

80 00 

10 00 

90 00 

80 00 

56 00 
575 
4X0 

S34 60 
207 60 
10 00 
IdOOO 
297 50 
28 00 
297 60 
186 80 
862 50 
Ur7 60 
50 
50 
50 
47 00 

18 90 

57 60 
600 

10 00 
35 00 

885 

143 60 

297 50 

297 50 

150 00 

150 00 

204 00 

28S50 

3.738 28 

9B8 50 

80 00 

18 00 

03 45 

136 50 

28 00 

950 

30 00 

30 00 

11 00 
150 00 
186 50 
282 50 
282 60 
268 50 
297 50 
210 00 

70 

400 

500 

30 OO 

90 OO 

189 00 

70 OO 

f46,5997i 



74 



RETORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSE GENERAL ASSEMBLY— (House). 



Persons to whom warrants 
were issued. 



For what purpose they were issued. 



Amount. 



John M. Atkinson 

Oscar Andreen 

James Arnold , 

Caddie A Ibrittain. . . . 

W. 0. Arllne 

Oora Arnold 

J. D. Atkinson 

M. Abernathy 

Adams Bros 

Frank T. Baker 

Ed ward Barton 

Absalom Bear 

L. P. Beaty 

John Beckert. Jr 

Giles Boland 

W. H. Booth 

J. H. Both we'li. !.'!'.*."!! 

J. M. Brashear 

J. M. Brittian 

L. E. Brown 

B. H. Brown 

G. A. Burkhardt 

John 0. Byrd 

Mary Balster 

W. G. Boyce 

H, A. Boyce 

J. G. Bruncefleld 

E. M. Basley 

Alfred Burns 

John Brenan 

L D. Bone 

Fred Buehrle 

J. H. Buckley 

Buxton, Skinner &. Co 

Frank T. Brown 

J. F. Bairer , 

H. R. Bankliead 

L. Y. BraKg 

E. M. Bass 

T.J. Bridges 

J. W. Oardwell 

W. J. Collender!! !!!!.'. 

.T. W. Campbell 

W. P.Carr 

John E. Carter 

NL E. Casey 

Arthur Chapman 

Arthur Chapman 

W. C. Chasteen 

Green Clay 

E. B. Clements 

J. M. CofTman 

C. J. Colden 

R.J. Collins 

R.J. Collins 

Newlan Conklin 

W. S. Connor 

S. W. Creson 

Jno. C. Coy 

Jno. T, Crisp 

T. W. Crow 

W. O. Chasteen 

W. G. Connor 

Claude Clarke 

JoeCriger , 

Grace Collins , 

P. C. Olarkson 

F. O. Clarkson 

Cleo Craig , 

S. H. Coleman 

L. O. Orawder 

I). S. Carson , 

Frank Coffman , 

8. A. Carnahan , 



Stationery.. 



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Typewriter 

Journal clerk 

Enrolling clerk.. 

Journal clerk 

Committee clerk 
Merchandise. 
Stationery 



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Stationery 



1 1 

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Engrossing clerk. 
Committee clerk 

Cloak room 

Stenographer 

Enrolling clerk... 



Docket clerk 

Clerk , 

Firing salutes. .. 

Brushes 

Stationery 

Committee clerk. 

Engrossing clerk, 
Journal clerk 



I * 



Stationery 

Expense of contest. 
Stationery 



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Stationery 



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Expense contest case. 
Stationery 



1 1 

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Clerk 

Stenographer 

Committee clerk, 

Journal clerk 

Page 

Journal clerk . . 
1 1 



Dorkeeper*s tome. 
Engrossing clerk.. 
Enrolling clerk . . . . 



$30 CO 

1,908 97 

120 50 

275 00 

2S3 50 

24150 

283 50 

94 50 

59 38 

aooo 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

SO 00 

30 00 

43 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

80 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

241 50 

241 SO 

223 50 

2S8 00 

S8S50 

248 50 

248 50 

168 00 

72 85 

400 

40 00 

226 00 

248 50 

24150 

248 50 

2^50 

248 50 

30 00 

800 00 

90 00 

30 00 

90 00 

30 00 

90 00 

90 00 

52 00 

30 00 

30 00 

90 00 

90 00 

90 00 

30 00 

75 00 

90 00 

30 00 

90 00 

30 00 

90 00 

90 00 

04 50 

248 50 

1.802 64 

119 00 

15 00 

297 GO 

220 90 

7 50 

10 00 

262 50 

90 00 

241 SO 

255 60 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



75 



CONTINGENT EXPE»YSB GEINBRAIi ASSE3MBLT— Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants 
were Issued. 



For what purpose they were Issued. 



Amount. 



Harry Olark 

D. W. Oinn 

Maruln Orisp 

F. M. Oazrington 

W. L. Oook 

MrA. li. B. Crow 

J. D. Campbell 

A. B. Obase 

L. W. Ohasteen 

MaeChaateen 

Ravmond Olark 

J. F. Davidson 

O. D. Davis 

J. T. DavldsOQ 

J. L. Davidson 

F. L. Dawson 

Jno. J. Declae 

Jno. J. Declue 

K. B. Denny 

U. R. Deitrlck 

C. D. Dolan 

E. P.Dorris 

A. B. Duncan... ... 

.Tames Dunklin 

E. A . Dorrls 

P. B. Dunn 

Richard Duncan 

J. 6. Dameron 

(^bas. Donnell 

S. P. Doyle 

Margaret Debolt 

A. S. Duncan 

Jas. T. Donica 

F. M. Dumm 

J. F. Diekman 

J. D. Dunlop 

8. T. Earlxson 

O. E. Elliott 

W. P. Elmer 

W. P. Elmer 

E. T. Eversolo 

E. T. Eversole 

T.J. Earlisle 

T. H. Eaves 

J. K. Estes 

Ben English 

0. M. Ewait 

Geo. B. Eagon 

J. W. Ecton 

J. W. Farley 

S. D. Frost 

Lulu Pinch 

E. B. Field 

J. B. Fenton 

F. Bougham 

Emma Farley 

Ohas. Ferguson 

J. B. Ferguson 

U. G. Foster 

B. O. M. Farthing. 

G. A Fischer 

1. M. Qalbraith 

A. E. L. Gardner 

Jno. O. Gillespy 

J. N. Gibson 

E. E. Goeble 

S. M. Gracy 

R. M. Graham 

Gilbert Book Oo... . 
Graham Paper Oc. . . 

Dan Gundennger 

Ohas. Gill 

James Garvey 

Jno. B. Green 

E.H.Gibson 

A. F. Grenard 

P. K. Gibbons 

O. E. Gibbons 

Annie Galbrath 

Robt. L. Harries... . 
T. L. Harper 



Doorkeeper's force. 
Oommittee clerk .. 

Enrolling clerk..."! 

Journal dork 

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Engrossing clerk 
Journal clerk 



Oommittee clerk. 

Page 

Stationery 



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Stationery 



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Committee clerk . . . 

Page 

Journal clerk 

Page 

Journal clerk 

Stenographer 

Engrossing clerk . . . 

Journal clerk 

Doorkeeper's force 

Fees 

Stenographer 

Stationery 






Expense contest case, 

Stationery 

Expense contest case. 

Witness fees 

Clerk , 

Sweeper 

Janitor 

Journal clerk 

Stationery clerk 

Janitor 

Stationery 



Clerk 

Fees auditing commltioe 

Engrossing clerk 

Page 

Oommittee clerk 

Committee clerk 

Docket clerk 

Clerk sergeant at arms . . 

Janitor 

Merchandise 

Stationery 

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Stationery. . ... 

Books 

Paper 

Merchandise 

Oommittee clerk 

.lournal " 

Sergeant at arms 

Journal clerk ... . . . . 

Engrossing clerk 

Committee *' 

Enrolling 



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$117 00 
248 50 
227 50 
248 50 
280 50 
248 50 
282 50 
248 50 
171 50 
106 50 
35 00 

aooo 

90 00 
90 00 
30 00 
SO 00 
90 00 
200 00 
30 00 

aooo 

30 00 

30 oo 

30 00 

30 00 

276 50 

227 50 

113 00 

362 50 

7 50 

262 50 

280 00 

241 60 

348 50 

142 00 

1 00 

137 00 

80 00 

30 00 

30 00 

73 00 

30 00 

200 00 

14 50 

150 50 

134 00 

134 00 

262 50 

286 00 

16 00 

30 00 

30 00 

80 50 

66 06 

.241 50 

113 00 

227 50 

248 50 

280 00 

281 50 
162 00 

6 75 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 

30 00 
87 50 

3,060 15 

31 29 
24S 60 
293 50 

7 00 
260 50 
255 50 
348 50 
248 50 
234 60 

90 00 
30 00 



RErOKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



NTINOBNT EXPENSE OBNERAL ASBEMliLY-Contlnued. 



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CONTINGENT EXPENSE GENERAL. ASSEMBLY— Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants 
were issued. 



For what purpose they were Issued. 



A. D. Morris 

Peter Moser 

M. A. Murphy 

4 « 

J . M. McOarmIck 

S. D. Dowell 

W.N. McKlnney 

P. E. McAlina 

A. McKlnney 

M. E. McOaskell 

8 . J . McBftlmm 

J. M. McKeever 

A. TT. Morsel Uo 

F. W. McKay 

James Mulcahey 

H. 6. Marquis 

J.L. Murpny 

T.J.Maclln 

S. H.Mitchell 

S. A. Martin 

E. F. Musgrave 

Franlc Martin 

Forest Marti n 

K. T. Moses 

Mrs. Ed. Moore 

Lizzie Menteer 

T. J. Minor 

Jno. V. Nebel 

C.A.Newton 

K. D. Nonrell 

George Narp 

Jno. 0*Donnell 

W. H. Odneal 

S. F. O'Fallon 

J. D. Officer 

K. B. Oliver 

O. B. Oldham 

J. G. Parkinson 

W.S. Pitts 

G. D. Pence 

A. 8. Prather 

8. W. Prewitt 

P.J. Purdy 

Stella Porter 

J. M. Pidcock 

Minnie Parkbam 

Parker Pen Oo 

(;harles Parkson 

Pizer, K 

Pendesrass, T. J 

H. D.Quigg 

J. W KeinmiUer 

Elmer Riley 

F.G.Blsk 

U. M. Bubotton 

John Beinmiller 

Albert Beed 

A. BeinmiUer 

J). A. Beid 

J. 8. Butledge 

EdG.Bea 

Miss Nadine Roberts 

Bemiogton Typewriter Uo. . . . 

Wash Kigglns 

O. Etogers 

Harry Boloff 

Jno. A. Sartin 

0. M.Selph 

J. B.Shelby !!!*..'.!!!.!!'.*..'!*!.'!! 

Ohas. S. Shepherd 

Geo. J. Sieber 

H.J.Simmons 

Bicbard Smith 

£. P. Spangler 

A. A. Speer 

Geo. J. Stampfll 

Geo. J. Steele 

Ohas. D. Stewart 



Stationers 

Expense inTestigating committee. 

Stationery 

Expense investigating committee. 

Stationery 

Olprk 

Oommittee clerk 

Engrossing " 

Journal •* 

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1 1 



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Minute 

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Paper 

Minority clerk 

Page 

Assistant postal clerk. 
Journal clerk 



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1 1 



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Enrolling clerk. 

Clerk 

Docket clerk.... 
<i ft 



Oommittee clerk 

Laundry 

Fees investigati ng committee. 
Stationery 



II 



Clerk 

Stationery. 



1 1 
II 



11 
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Expense investigating committee. 
Stationery 



Stenographer . . , 
Minority clerk. 
Journal * * 
Fountain pens. 

Clerk 

Janitor 

Marshal fees.... 
Stationery , 



II 

II 



II 
i I 



Committee clerk. 
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Journal clerk. 
1 1 

II 



II 



Enrolling clerk . . 

Bent of machine. 

Janitor 

II 



Committee clerk 

Stationery 

Expense pen invtg. committee 
Stationery 



Amount. 



$90 00 

4S50 

90 00 

19 65 

90 00 

128 60 

2S7 60 

S&6 50 

S20 50 

70 00 

UOO 

10 00 

178 60 

62 60 

261 00 

750 

282 60 

119 00 

282 60 
248 60 

84 00 

168 00 

168 00 

218 50 

280 00 

119 00 

13 70 

&0O 

30 00 

90 00 

30 00 

248 50 

30 00 

90 00 

90 00 

30 00 

90 00 

24 60 

90 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

90 00 

30 00 

275 CO 

261 00 

283 50 
457 00 

60 00 

15 00 

200 

30 00 

30 00 

80 00 

30 00 

30 00 

227 50 

113 00 

135 50 

262 50 
209 50 
255 5U 
218 50 
101 50 

12 50 
30 00 
140 00 
227 50 
90 00 
82 85 
90 00 
30 00 
30 00 
80 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
30 00 
80 00 
80 00 



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RliPOKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSE GENERAIi ASSEMBLY-Continued. 



Porsoos to whom warrants 
were issued. 



For what purpose they were issued. 



Amount. 



Jno. H. Sturmburg 

A . .1 . Sheridan 

J. F. Schleer 

Shrimpf&Bode 

Smith Premier Typwrlter Oo. . . 

Richard Stewart 

SchultzDry Goods Oo 

Arthur Spalding 

H. A. Swift 

Albert SIsk 

Small wood 

Ohas. Smith 

L. B. Scott 

T. K. Shelby 

K.J. Sanderson 

Lela Salee 

J. W. Stone 

Joseph Tapiey 

J. W. Terrell 

A.R.Thompson 

L. J. Tlchacek 

J.P.Tracy 

W. L. Townsend 

E. N. Tunis 

Tribune Printing Co 

James Tracy 

W. O. Till 

Jno. Trimble 

J^ouls Tempeskey .* 

Louis Tulley 

R. 8. Thomas 

Henry Tlbbens 

W. H. Trultt 

Bee Upschulte 

T. A. Vernon 

T. L. Vlles 

Henry Vosholl 

Vandalia Goal Co 

Vaughan, George 

George J. Vaughan 

Genevieve Volker 

O. R. Vernon 

David Wallace 

H. H. Weaver 

J. T. Wills 

J. M. Welker 



J. H: Whitecotton... 

LonB. Williams 

H. H. Wllsle 

H. L. Windier 

LeeT. Witty 

Jno. A. Woods 

A.J. Wray 

M. J. Wallace 

A.J. Waddell 

Nathan W'heeler . 

Harrison Weant. .. 
James Whitecotton . . 

Georgle Wels 

Jake walden 

Lee H. Witty 

Fred Wright 

Willie Wells... 

John Woods 

Elsie Watchail 

Geo. R. Williams 

R. L. Walker 

Matt Williams 

D. T. Wells 

John Williams 

Geo. S. Young 

MlssH. G. Young..., 

R. L. Yeager 

Young Grocery Co.... 

Ed Maloney 

Joe Tall 



Total. 



Stationery 

Olerk 

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1 1 



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Clerk 

Mdse. 



Enrolling clerk 
Ice 



Engrossing clerk, 
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Journal clerk 
Journal clerk. 



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Engrossing clerk. 

Brooms 

Stationery 



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Minute clerk , 

Stenographer 

Printing 

Journal clerk 

Page 

Postal clerk 

Door keeper's force. 

Janitor 

Committee clerk 

Janitor 

Committee clerk . . 

.Tanltor 

Stationery 



1 1 



Coal 

Assistant printing clerk. 

Merchandise 

Clerk 



Stationery 



i i 



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Clerk 

Committee clerk , 
Page 



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Janitor 

Committee clerk. 

Janitor , 

Stationery 

Engrossing clerk 

Witness fees 

Merchandise 

Sergeant at arms. 
Stamps, etc 



S90 00 

110 00 
900 
5 05 

10 00 

70 00 

25 87 

248 50 

47 60 

241 50 

113 00 

10 50 

202 50 

269 50 

241 50 

241 50 

600 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

500 

36 00 

12,431 £6 

202M) 

113 00 

700 

142 00 

82 00 

262 50 

166 00 

227 50 

166 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

72 85 

248 50 
200 

87 50 

178 50 

30 00 

30 00 

9) 00 

20OOO 

30 00 

30 00 

30 OO 

90 00 

no 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 

227 50 

178 60 

213 50 

7 50 

96 00 

113 00 

750 

113 00 

111 50 
113 00 
262 50 
340 90 

249 00 
241 50 
13S 00 
283 50 

4 00 

30 00 

255 50 

17 00 

1 70 
24 00 
93 34 

188,930^ 



disuur^emekts. 



79 



RECAPITULATION. 

CONTINGENT EXPENSES FORTY-SECOND GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 



Memben stationery 

Pay of clerks and other employes. 
Miscellaneous expenses 



SENATE. 



Total 



Members stationery 

Pay of elerks and other employes. 
Misctilaneous expenses 



HOUSE. 



Total 



1000 00 

39.183 63 

0.855 50 



$46,529 13 



$4,260 00 
38.697 94 
19.972 S5 

162,930 49 



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REPOKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CIRCUIT JUDGES— EXPENSES. 

(Section 19, pa^e 5, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for ]tN)3 and 1004 
Denclency appropriation 

Total ! 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



1903. 



1904. 



$12,000 00 
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$14,288 09 



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MoKee, E. R 

Shelton, Nat. R 

Stepp, P.O 

OralR, Gallatin 

Ellison, W. O 

Burns, A. D 

Alexander, J. W 

Hockaday, John A . . . . 

Waller, A. H 

Eby. D.H 

Hughes, E. M 

Rodgers, R. D 

Johnson , 

Butler. John P 

McElhinney.J.W 

Ilazell, James E 

Davis, Samuel 

Slover, James U 

Evans, A. F , 

Gates, E. P 

Jarrott, J. L 

Oox, Argus 

Woodslde, L. B , 

Evans, W. N 

Dearing, Frank R 

Fort, James L 

Pepper, H. O 

Perkins. J. D 

Timmons, H. O 

Anthony, Robert A 

Riley, Henry O 

Graves, Walter W 

Burkhead Asbury 

Thornbury, George W. 

Davidson, W. A 

Wofford. J, W 

Rich, John A 



Jud|( 



1st circuit 

2d •• 

3d »• 

4th •• 

4th '• 

5th •• 

7th '* 

9th '• 

9th •• 

10th »* 

11th *• 

nth •• 

nth »• 

12th *' 

13th •* 

14th •• 

15th ** 

16th •* 

16th II 

17th *• 

18th ** 

19th •• 

20th •• 

2l8t *• 

22d '* 

24th II 

sSvin •> ...■••... 

28th •• 

27th 11 

29th •• 

31st •• 

31st •* 

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Totals 



$325 85 
843 42 
221 07 
190 33 
54 40 
4W no 
862 53 
176 80 



412 49 

233 .% 

566 



319 77 
50 60 
508 45 
137 20 
637 15 
28 70 
112 50 
225 75 
280 58 
392 54 
265 30 
260 05 
523 50 
162 48 
71 90 
192 67 
502 43 
268 18 
401 60 
511 35 
108 15 
174 30 
060 
125 50 

$9,112 05 



$91 82 
178 96 
125 05 



826 80 
210 60 
176 56 
102 23 



202 99 


278 11 
164 35 

344'i3 

126 55 

377 80 



107 05 

172 50 

139 24 

53 40 

96 17 

S38 56 

100 24 

45 05 

113 60 

306 54 

139 42 

259 60 



423 98 
121 80 



56 60 
$5,167 58 



$417 67 
522 38 
346 12 
190 33 
28120 
708 60 
539 OB 
868 53 



615 48 
233 36 
566 
378 11 
484 13 

50 60 
943 58 
263 75 
914 96 

28 70 
112 50 
3S2 80 
453 17 

631 78 
818 70 
366 72 
857 06 
262 72 
117 96 
306 17 
810 97 
407 60 

661 ao 

541 35 

632 13 
296 10 

6 60 
184 00 

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REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASES. 

statement showing to whom the warrants were Issued, the amounts Issued In 1003 and 
1904 , and the total amount Issued to each person, as well as the aggregate, by eountles, for 
the two years ending December 31. 1001. 

(Section 99, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. . . 
Balance in former appropriation. 

Total 

Balance canceled 

B alance 



$400,000 00 
166,727 a 

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$475,074 97 



Counties. 



Persons to whom warrants were 
issued. 



Adair 



Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton 

Bates 

Benton 

Bollinger..... 

Boono 

Buchanan . . . . 

Butler 

Oaldwell 

Callaway.... 

Camden 

0. Qlrardeau. 
Carroll 



Orow« James A., treasurer 

Roberts, Chas. N.. sheriff 

Hull, S. T., marshal 



Schmitt, C. 0., treasurer 
Halcomb, Lyman, sheriff 



Anderson, Jno. M.. treasurer. 
Million, Geo. B., sheriff 



Turner, Wm. H.. treasurer. 
.Tames, Qulncy , sheriff .... 



Murphy, O. P., treasurer 
Sulllyan, Jno. R., sheriff 



Rex, Jno. W., treasurer. 
Harlow, J. M., sheriff ... 



Johnson. W. T., treasnrer. 
Smith, Jos. F., sheriff 



Davis, Jas. F., treasurer. 
McDade, H. L., sheriff... 



Slinkard, J. V., treasurer 
King, A. C, sheriff 



Batterton, Jas. M., treasurer.... 
Bradford, Frank C. , sheriff 



Goff, Nathan D., treasurer. 
Spencer, Martin, sheriff 



Davidsoo, A. W., treasurer 

Hogg, Jas. U., sheriff 



White, W. B., treasurer. 
Mc Masters, Sam, sheriff. 

Sharp, Joseph, treasurer 
Moore, Jas. E. , sheriff. . . 



McOrory. Jno. S.. treasurer 

Wilson, Ira H., sheriff 



Williams. Chas. E.. treasurer. 
Schade, Wm. F., sheriff 



Orr, Thomas A^ treasurer. 
Cruzen, Isaac 0., sheriff... 






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765 80 
130 90 

804 95 

19 60 

2,122 45 
160 40 

464 16 

88 60 

4.283 84 
94 65 

364 47 



1,223 27 



2,516 65 
12 60 

9.805 70 
267 00 

4,950 65 
904 40 

1,729 30 
96 00 

1,390 SO 



246 70 
18 00 

2,118 29 
136 00 

1.638 60 
79 50 



$839 08 

181 50 

80 15 

873 70 
130 50 

710 00 



789 30 
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3,855 86 
880 85 

1.595 70 
116 00 

899 20 
108 00 

1,857 95 
64 75 

861 85 



3,804 83 
44 60 

12,870 35 
472 00 

2.245 80 
605 40 

2.310 28 
87 00 

843 80 
18 40 

99 35 



2,005 90 
216 00 

943 86 
132 00 



$1,327 27 

206 50 

20 15 

481 90 
189 50 

1,471 80 
189 90 

1,0M8S 
89 70 

5,876 71 
541 85 

2.060 85 
199 50 

5,123 01 
262 65 

2,822 42 
64 75 

1,485 18 



5,821 38 
57 80 

B8,676 05 
739 00 

7,205 45 
909 80 

4,039 58 
183 00 

8,234 00 
18 40 

346 05 
18 00 

4,784 25 
358 00 

2,582 46 
211 60 






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6S0 80 

1,615 70 

1,183 (5 

5.917 06 

8.259 35 

5.385 69 

3.387 17 

1,485 IS 

5.878 58 

33,415 05 

8,115 25 

4,222 « 
2,252 40 

364 06 
6,076 « 

2,798 96 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



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COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASES-Contlnued. 



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Chariton... 

Christian. . 

Olark 

Clay 

Clinton.. . . . 

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Cooper 

Crawford. . 

Dade 

Dallas. 

Dayiess...-. 

DeKalb 

Dent 

Douglas.... 

Dunklin*... 

Franklin .. 

Gasconade. 

Gentry .... 

Greene... . 

Grundy.... 

Harrison. . 

Henry 

Hickory... 



Galbraith, Geo. W., treasurer. 



Twyman. Luther R., treasurer.... 
Hughes, Thos. R. , sheriff 



$1.965 53 



Agee, Henry E.. treasurer. 

Herring, E. W., treasurer. 
Veatcli, Francis, sheriff... 



Roper, Geo. W., treasurer. 
Turner, Jno. H ., sheriff. . . . 



Sloan, Joseph SL. treasurer. 
Arnold, Saml. £., sheriff... 



Hrmer, Jacob H.. treasurer. 
Wymore, A . P., sheriff 



Walker, James H., treasurer. 
Bryan, Chas. A., sheriff 



1.066 90 

2.079 00 
67 50 

8,175 17 
162 85 

1,209 34 



1,588 48 
33 60 

1,173 00 



Oyerman, Theo., treasurer I 1,632 PS 



Smith, Geo. A., sheriff 



Reed, Walter, treasurer. 
George, Frank, sheriff. . 



Carter, Geo. F., treasurer. 
Taff. Wm. R., sheriff 



Davis, Harry U., treasurer. 
Horton, Isaac M.. sheriff... 



Owesby, Walter, treasurer. 
McArron, C. W., sheriff.... 

Thomas, Maro, treasurer. . 
McCray, R. D., sheriff 



Brown, Geo. F., treasurer. 
Brant, Frank, sheriff. 



Honey, Thos. J., treasurer. 
Jacks, Jno. W., sheriff 



Roper, Richard M., treasurer. 
EsUck, Grant, sheriff 



Rice, J. E., treasurer. 
Brooks, H. T.. sheriff 



Muenchj^Ed ward, treasurer 

Bnrch, Thos. B., sheriff 



Begeman, August, treasurer. 
Mumbraner, R. C, sheriff.... 



Brooks, Jno. T., treasurer. 
Jennings, J. T. , sheriff 



Carson, Jno. L., treasurer. 
Milleken, M. O., sheriff.... 



drawford, E. M., treasurer. 
Meyers, w. C, sheriff 



Cav«». Alfred N., treasurer. 
Flint, A. H., sheriff 



Ooale, Stephen M.. treasurer. 
Adair, Isaac, sheriff 



Morton, J. E., treasurer. 



500 
661 40 



801 53 
49 50 

440 50 
47 50 

764 45 
677 63 



3,117 10 
3,683 CO 
1.548 81 



826 55 
17 75 

963 42 

628 69 

7.132 9C 



2,100 40 
129 20 

297 10 

1,S27 29 

718 00 



$226 50 

1.093 27 
93 90 

113 10 

840 35 
56 75 

8,900 08 
257 10 

67 75 

92 50 

752 05 
109 50 

1.752 53 
76 00 

2,594 10 
500 

734 60 

35 50 

1,067 74 
106 50 

909 21 

93 80 

701 80 



595 61 
93 00 

414 64 
46 40 

550 50 
835 48 

8,828 82 
219 00 

1.887 35 
125 00 

2.068 71 
88 50 

37 40 
11 75 

705 69 
168 50 

7.154 40 

398 00 

837 01 
177 66 

129 70 
57 86 

1,225 07 
175 75 

2.688 05 



$226 50 

2.458 80 
93 80 

1,179 40 

8.919 36 
188 25 

6.165 85 
419 95 

1,877 09 
68 50 

8,340 51 
143 10 

8,9»53 
76 00 

4,226 95 
10 00 

1,296 00 
35 60 

1.950 26 
156 00 

1,349 80 
141 80 

1,466 25 



1,271 24 

92 00 

414 64 
48 40 

8,667 60 
235 48 

7,510 82 
21U00 

3.436 IK 
125 00 

8.895 28 
106 25 

. 400 82 
11 75 

1,4M38 

168 50 

14.286 70 
398 00 

2.037 50 
306 85 

426 80 
87 25 

2,752 36 
176 75 

8,400 95 



1226 50 

2,552 00 
1.179 40 

8.018 60 

6,585 20 

1.389 59 

2,483 61 

3.001 53 

4.236 05 

1,381 60 

8,115 86 

1,491 10 

1,466 85 

1,365 24 

463 04 
3.903 08 
7.729 82 
3,561 16 
8,001 51 

412 57 

1,592 88 

14.684 70 

8,244 35 

484 05 

2,928 11 
8,400 95 



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REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASBS-ConUnued. 



Oountles. 



Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette . . . 

Lawrence 

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Lincoln 

Linn 

Livingston.... 

McDonald.... 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi . . . 



Persons to whom warrants were 
Issued. 



Moore, Lewis I., treasurer. 



Norris, H. A ., treasurer 

Cooper, R. P., sheriff 



Kellett, P. M., treasurer. 
Klmberlin, O. E., sheriff. 



Lewis, J. N., treasurer. 



Gentry. O. H., Jr., treasurer.. 
Pendegrast, Thos. J., marshal. 
Maxwell, J. P., 



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Smith, Oarey J., treasurer. 

(iwen^, Jas. T., sheriff 

Grim. T. E., constnble 

Rich, Alberts sheriff 

Boyer, Fran k, constable 

Divlden, Frank, 



Lloyd, Hugh L., treasurer. 
Hensley, T. A., sheriff 



Russell. Henry H., treasurer 
Hoch, James A., sheriff 



Purdy, Jas. R., treasurer. 



Windsor. Ohas. E., treasurer.. 
Sharp, Oliver, sheriff , 



Edwards, W. H.. treasurer. 
Thomas, Oscar A., sheriff . 



Moore, J. B., treasurer. 
Oonnor, Jno. A., sheriff. 



West, Jas. A., treasurer. 
Johnson, Jno. D., sheriff. 



Henry, Jno. T., treasurer. 
HustOD, Wiley, sheriff.... 



Hartzler, .Tames E., treasurer. 
Dail, R. J., sheriff 



Merrick, L. R., treasurer. 

Daly, E. F., sheriff 

Dorney, M., marshal 



York, Albert, treasurer.. 
Edwards, J. U, sheriff . 
Naramore, J. W., sheriff. 



Sandusky, Oscar, treasurer. 
Gilstrap, Irvln W., sheriff.. 



Skaggs, Jesse E., treasurer. 
Hilton, Robt. E., treasurer. 



Griffith, A.. F.. treasurer. 
Bowen, S. D., sheriff 



Spencer, H. R., treasurer. 
Uook, Jno. T., sheriff 



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Nixdorf, A. P., sheriff 



Davis, Clarence, treasurer. 
Shelby, Jno. D., sheriff 



1248 50 

848 80 
24 46 

2.749 62 
246 00 

156 19 

11,967 01 

150 00 

57 70 

4.423 43 
96 00 



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45 00 



839 97 
83 75 

2U 82 
54 85 

23 75 

1,545 05 



1.465 34 
23 00 

2.963 52 
6,972 31 



23 35 
58 25 

973 60 
52 00 

2.329 07 



1,474 40 

91 50 



1,775 11 
94 50 

64 00 

1.2S5 50 

1,.%9 65 
11:2 80 

3i9 60 



1,015 71 



1.539 62 
308 80 



$1,773 S3 

1,000 12 
60 50 

2,967 39 
209 00 

69 20 

17,181 69 
1.116 00 



13,744 33 

684 00 

46 40 





46 75 

896.53 
76 25 

2.674 15 
Ids 80 



54 95 

75 50 

3,033 82 
136 20 

2,489 46 
299 50 

1.004 45 
140 30 

3.979 00 
58 25 

239 12 
119 40 

430 85 

116 60 

500 

535 10 



753 45 
132 00 

74 85 

39 65 

1.154 05 
149 40 

642 60 
121 85 

674 10 
14 60 

369 81 
94 00 



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|2,0S1 83 

1,848 92 
104 95 

6,717 01 
455 00 

224 89 

29.148 70 

1,266 00 

57 70 

18,167 76 

780 00 

46 40 

55 50 

45 00 

46 75 

1,236 50 
110 00 

2,805 97 
243 55 

23 75 

1,600 00 
75 50 

4.499 16 
159 20 

5.452 96 
299 50 

7,976 76 
140 30 

4.002.% 
116 50 

1.212 72 
171 40 

2,749 92 

U6 60 

500 

2.009 50 
91 50 



2,528 56 
228 50 

138 85 

1.325 15 

2,513 70 
262 20 

992 SO 
121 85 

1,689 81 
14 00 

1.900 43 
402 80 






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i2.Q21 83 

1,953 87 

6,172 01 
224 39 

30,472 40 



19,141 41 

1,346 50 

3,139 62 
23 75 

1.675 50 

4,658 36 

5.753 48 

8.117 06 

4.118 85 
1,334 12 

2.871 58 
2,101 00 

2.755 08 

13S85 

1.835 15 

2,775 90 

1,114 OS 

1,704 41 

2,312 23 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



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COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASES-Contlnued. 



Oonntles. 



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^llen« Jno. F., treasurer. 



Meteer, Wm. M., treasurer. 
Burton, Jno. W., sheriff.... 



Rodgers, Jno. O., treasurer. 
Wilson. Ohas. M., sheriff 



Hargott, G. M., treaserer. 
Drysdale, S. H., sheriff.... 



Wathen. L. B., treasurer. 
Stone, Samuel B., sheriff. 



Anderson, U. S., treasurer. 
Beavers, JnoB., sheriff.... 



Litts, Ben F., treasurer. 
Enis, James N., sheriff.. 



Taylor. J. Oal., treasurer. 
Davis, 0. L., sheriff 



Pbilbert, L. J., treasurer. 



Haskfn, Marlon, treasurer. 
Oonkin, E. E., sheriff 



Patterson, T. H., treasurer. 
Franklio, Jno. A., sheriff .. 



Litsch, Oharles, treasurer. 
Martin, J. W., sheriff 



Honkomp. Clemens, treasurer.... 
Dillard, J. G., sheriff 



Allen, Grandvllle, treasurer. 
Oooper, John W., sheriff 



Mackey, F. M., treasurer. .. 
Llndsey, James T., sheriff. 



Elley, Robert, treasurer. 
Elley, NonaJ., " . 
Elgin, Joe M., sheriff 



Egbert. Calvin J., treasurer. 
Orane, Wilson, sheriff 



Mitchell, John L., treasurer. 
Anderson, Itobert S., sheriff. 



Timmons, Kollle, treasurer. 
Briscoe, John P.. treasurer. 



Moffett, W. J., treasurer, 
Collins, Frank, sheriff. 



Hamilton, George E. , treasurer. . 
Cates, Elmer, sheriff 



Bowles, James A., treasurer. 
Jordon, Thomas J., sheriff. . . 



Lackey. W. C. S., treasurer 
Moore, Neely , sheriff 



Kansteiner. H. W., treasurer. 
Dierker, John H., sheriff 



Housley, Oscar L. , treasurer. 
Butcher, O. 8., sheriff 



$750 00 

775 49 
83 00 

866 90 



710 15 



1,136 85 
68 60 

930 78 



930 60 
6100 

8,198 15 

79 40 

18i 10 

1,073 45 
136 50 

2,474 12 

80 00 

1,251 63 



462 30 
69 50 

1.084 55 



8.131 87 
26 50 

316 98 



181 40 

1,256 90 

46 90 

384 40 



348 15 

61 35 

1,914 65 
28 95 

1,770^ 
73 20 

411 80 



714 85 



1,203 97 
46 50 



$41 51 

1,200 80 
66 00 

637 05 
30 00 

2.132 65 
65 05 

8,714 58 
465 10 

720 81 
197 30 

1,883 39 
254 00 

604 07 
207 10 

1.197 93 

2.888 60 
136 50 

2,496 07 
1.255 00 

417 80 
184 00 

4,535 30 
1»3 10 

1.863 70 
171 75 

1.375 53 
62 75 



2,008 82 
83 60 

668 55 
103 65 

5!>3 85 
169 15 

2 00 

553 30 

988 60 
36 10 

1,456 20 
166 80 

697 13 
47 50 

330 70 

56 85 

1.863 75 
81 60 

139 40 

57 00 



$79151 

1,975 79 
99 00 

1,503 05 
39 00 

2.842 80 

55 05 

3,851 37 
587 60 

1,651 59 
197 30 

2,813 99 
318 00 

8,898 22 
286 60 

1,388 03 

3.363 05 
273 00 

4,970 10 
1.835 00 

1,669 43 
184 00 

4,997 60 
202 60 

2,448 25 

171 75 

3. 5^)7 40 
89 25 

316 93 

2.008 82 

205 00 

1,925 45 
150 55 

878 25 
169 15 

350 15 

716 65 

2.843 34 
65 05 

3,286 45 

240 00 

1.103 93 
47 50 

1,045 55 

56 25 

2,467 72 
68 00 

189 40 

57 00 



$791 51 

2,074 79 

1,542 95 

2,897 85 

4,378 97 

1,848 89 

3,131 99 

3,178 72 
1.382 03 

3.635 03 

6,305 19 

1,833 43 

5,200 20 

2,630 00 

3,596 65 

2.530 74 

2,076 00 

1,047 40 
350 15 
716 65 

2.908 39 

3.466 45 

1,156 43 

1,101 80 

2.535 72 

186 40 



io6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASBS-Oontlnued. 



Counties.' 



Persons to whom warrants were 
issued. 



-I 
S3 

sr 



(|9 



: sr 






HOBO 

is 






St. Francois.. 

Ste.Genevi've 

St. Louis 

Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shannon 

Shelby 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

WiishlDgton.. 

Wayne 

Webster 

Worth 

Wright 

St. Louis City 



Henslcy, S. J., treasurer 

Murphy. H. M..8herlfr 



Nauman, Louis, treasurer. 
Berry, Jas. F., sheriff 



Denser, Philip, treasurer. 
Benchen. E. 0., sheriff... 



\Vlnlns, John W., treasurer. 
Ham, Robt. T., sheriff 



Walklns, Jas. H. , treasurer. 



Miller, Martin, treahurer. 
Clark, E. L., sheriff 



Hutson, W. H. H.. treasurer. 
Watklns, Joe K., bheriff 



Jenkins. S. Clay, treasurer. 
Bay. John T., sheriff 



Pickett, James M., treasurer. 

Jolly, Abram T., treasurer. . . . 
Oraln, Geo. A., sheriff 

Langley. Wm. B., treasurer... 
Moore, Wm. T., sheriff 



Matkln, W. J., treasurer.. 
Payne, Grandlson, sheriff. 



Powell, J no. W., treasurer, 
Hull, Elisha, sheriff . ... . . . 



Young, David R., treasurer. 
Farris, W. H., sheriff 



Palmer, Jesse M., treasurer. 
Harkreader, J. T., sheriff... 



Brockhorst, Edw.. treasurer. 
Polster, J. G., sheriff 



Boyer, Jno. P., treasurer . . 
Higginbotham, Jeff, sheriff. 

Bollinger, W. P. . treasurer 
Malugen, S. J., sheriff 



Elmore. Geo. W., treasurer. 
King, Henry S., sheriff 



Anderson, A. J., treasurer. 



EUis, Luther, treasurer. 
Hensley, J. B., sheriff .. 



Franclscus, Jan. M., treasurer. 
Dick man, Jos. F., sheriff 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



13,610 05 
189 50 

470 30 



4.901 71 
5^85 

810 29 



66 10 
286 79 



495 73 



557 63 
61 15 



4.406 78 
168 85 

2.131 97 



1,860 10 
72 00 

1.085 80 



1.964 67 



269 00 
33 65 



862 12 



1,140 30 
52 75 

765 03 
63 40 

128 95 

1,225 10 



E. K. McKee, judge 1st circuit 

Nat M. Shelton, ** 2nd 

A. D. Burnes, '* 5th 

Henry M. Ramey " 6th 

A. M. Woodson, *' Gih 

J. W. Alexander, '* 7th 

W. B. Douglass, " 8th 

D. H. Eby, •* 10th 



It 

t. 



49.007 75 
1,074 00 



91 99 
89 10 
77 10 
18 95 
140 00 
154 21 



10 48 



$3,844 45 

244 60 

141 45 
152 60 

1.217 83 

142 50 

1,263 64 

66 15 

33 66 

406 55 

182 00 

1.486 68 
314 00 

1,233 08 
162 40 

82 30 

1.231 88 
269 50 

3,710 79 
308 00 

842 15 

56 50 

878 40 
105 00 

1.706 24 
286 20 

814 96 

67 30 

230 33 
65 00 

431 65 
103 00 

2.162 70 
101 50 

1,303 66 
50 06 



1,373 05 
193 15 

35.646 25 
2.735 50 



142 60 
101 50 
165 00 



207 20 
50 00 



16,955 40 
434 00 

611 75 

152 60 

5.519 54 

197 75 

2.093 98 
58 15 

99 75 

695 34 
183 00 

1,981 41 
314 00 

1,790 71 
283 65 

82 30 

5,638 86 
427 75 

5,848 76 
392 00 

8.208 25 
128 50 

1,964 20 
106 00 

8,690 91 
886 20 

1,083 96 
100 95 

280 33 

55 60 

1,293 77 
102 00 

3.303 00 
151 25 

3,073 59 
118 45 

128 95 

2.596 16 

198 15 

84.654 00 
3,809 50 



81 99 
231 70 
181 60 
183 95 
140 00 
361 41 
50 00 
10 48 



$6.389 40 

764 35 

5,717 29 

2,158 06 
99 76 

877 84 

2,296 U 

2.014 28 
82 80 

6,066 41 

6,834 76 

2.330 75 

2,060 80 

3,977 11 

1,184 91 

885 93 

1.396 77 

3,457 26 

2,187 01 
188 75 

2,79130 

88.463 60 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



O0ST8 IN OBIUIMA.L CASes-OODUnned. 






4 



Q. D. Olnrk, 

Ben. 7. OUrk, 

J. R. OlklboTD. 

S.S.Bass, 

W. L. Fitzgerald, 

^.I.BoblDBoii. 

J. W, Wofford. judge erImlDl 

I. I^DkB, EOBrBbKl aniiremi 



S>40 
tS W 



190 Id 

IWSI 
743 04 



IIBTS 
IS 33 
OS 80 

30 OU 

10 00 



io8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COSTS IN CRIMINAL CASES— TRANSPORTATION. 



statement showing to whom the warrants were Issued in 1903 and 1904, and the total 

amount issued to each person, as well as the aggregate by counties for the two years ending 

December 31, 1904. 

(Section 99, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



ADDronrlatlona frtp iflM and iflOi 






tao OM Ml 














Counties. 


Persons to whom warrants were 
issued. 


-1 

as 


• 

Warrants issued 
in 1904 


Total warrants is- 
sued in 1903 and 
1004 


Total warrants Is- 
sued by couD- 
tloa 


i^datr.... .... 


Roberts. Chas. N., sheriff 

H ai com Hl Lyman, ** .... 

Million, Geo. B.. '• 

James, Qulncy, '* 

Sullivan, Jno. B., '* 

Harlow, Jno. M., '* 

Smith, J. T., '* 

McDade, H. L., •' 


172 00 
43 60 

106 90 
12 60 

160 40 

123 25 
53 25 
23 25 




17200 i 
ir 60 ] 
136 85 ] 

12 50 

160 40 1 
123 25 1 

63 25 

23 25 


72 OO 


Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 


$84 00 
29 55 


27 50 
135 85 
12 50 


Barry 

Barton 




iOO 40 




.23 25 


Bates 




53 35 


Benton 




23 25 


Bollinger 

Boone 






Bradford, Frank C, sheriff 

Spencer, Martin L. , ' * 

Hoffg. James R., " 

McMtiSters. Sam. * * 


12 60 
739 00 
796 80 




12 60 
[,346 50 1,2 
916 40 ( 


12 60 


Buchanan.. .. 

Butler 

Caldwell 


607 50 1 
119 60 


m 50 

)16 40 


Oallaway 

Oamden 


Moore, James B., *' 

Wilson, Ira H., *' 


37 00 


66 10 


103 10 103 10 


Oa. Girardeau 

Carroll 

Carter 


Schade, Wm. F., •* 

Oruzen, Isaac, *' 

Moore. J. L., ** 


323 00 
82 60 


106 00 
90 75 


429 00 439 00 
173 25 173 25 


Cass 


Hughes, Thomas R., •• 

Barkley, Geo. W., *' 

Veatch. K. M.. •* 

Turner, Jno. H., *' 

Arnold, Samuel E.. 


70 00 
100 70 
157 00 
188 60 

• 


5)95 


134 95 1 
100 70 : 
157 00 ] 
282 75 I 


131 05 


Cedar. 


100 70 


Charlton 




157 00 


Christian 

Clark 


94 25 


»2 75 


Clay 


Wymore, A. P.. •' 

Wiser, H. C, '* 

Bryan, Chas. A., •• 

Smith, J. L., marshal 

Smith, Geo. A., sheriff 

Prank, George, '* 


42 30 

17 00 

112 00 

8 80 

6 SO 


. 


42 30 

17 00 

112 00 

880 : 
650 


42 90 


Clinton 










137 80 


Cooper 




650 


Crawford 


Taff, Wm., fi., •• 

Horton. Isaac M.. ** 


156 00 




150 00 : 


160 00 


Dade 






Dallas 


McArron, C. W., '• 

McCray, R. D. •• 

Brant, Frank. •* 


Si 60 
156 00 




84 60 

28800 3 
61 20 

249 24 i 


84 60 

B88 00 

61 20 


Daviess 

DeKalb 


130 00 
61 20 
53 «7 


Dent. 

Douglas 

Dunklin 


Jacks, Jno. W., •• 

EsUck, Grant, •• 


190 37 


S49 24 


Brooks, H. T., '* 

Burch. Thos. B., *' 

Mumbraner, R. C, •' 

Jennings, J. T., '* 

Mllleken, M. O., •• 

Meyers, Wm.C, " 

Flint, A. II.. •• 


318 00 

30 50 

14 00 

53 75 

512 20 

163 60 




318 00 

30 60 

14 00 

58 75 

844 90 ( 
163 60 ] 


)18 00 


Franklin 

Gasconade. . . . 




80 50 
14 00 


Gentry 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harrison 


*"*.S32'i6* 


52 75 
)44 30 
163 50 






Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 


Adair, Isaac, ** 

Hogg, Lewis W., •• 

Williams, James A., " 

Coooer. R. C. ** 


"63'o6* 
78 00 
45 90 




63 00 
73 90 
91 80 
73 00 

704 00 
30 75 

780 00 

042 75 
46 OO 
46 90 
4440 
70 26 

142 00 


63 00 




73 90 


45 90 

73 00 

292 00 


9180 
73 00 


Howell 

Iron 


Klmberlin, 0. E., " 

Polk. Jno. W., ** 

Pendegrast, Thos*. J., marshal.... 
Owens, Jas. C, sheriff 


412 00 

39 75 

587 00 

470 26 

45 00 

46 30 
44 40 
76 25 

123 65 


701 (Xi 
39 75 


Jackson 

Jasper 


193 00 
172 50 


780 00 


Sutherlin, G. Y., constable 

Grim. T. B., " 

Glvlden, Frank, " 

Hensley. T. A., sheriff 


778 45 


Jefferson 




76 25 


Johnson 


Hoch, Jas. A.. *' 


18 95 


142 60 


Knox 


Hunolt. Jno. M.. '* 




Laclede 


Sharp, Oliver. ** 


87 40 

98 00 

330 00 




87 40 

96 00 

330 00 


87 40 


Lafayette .... 






98 00 


Lawrence. . .*. . 


> Connor, Jno. A. ** 


330 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



109 



G08TS IN OBIHINAL OASE&-Gontinued. 



Counties. 


• 

Persons to whom warrants were 
issued. 


Warrants issued 
iniooa 


Warrants issued 
lnl904 


Total warrants is- 
sued in 1903 and 
1004 


Total warrants is- 
sued by coun- 
ties 


Lewis.... 


Johnson, Jno. D., si 
Huston. Wiley, 
Dail, B. J., 
Daly, E. h\, 
Naramore, J. W^ 
Gilstrap, Irvin W., 
O'Brannon. Wm., 
Oopeland, Jno. L., 
Bowen, 8. D., 
Oook, Jno. T., 
Nlxdorf, A. P., 
Shelby, Jno. D., 
Elliott, J. B.. 
Burton, Jno. W., 
Wilson. Ohas. M., 
nrysdale, S. H., 
Stone, 8am' IB., 
Reavers, Jno. B., 
Enls, James N., 
Davis. 0. L., 
Lamb, Ohas. J., 
Conklln, E. E., 
Franklin, Jno. A., 
Martin. Jno. W., 
Dlllard, J. G., 
Oooper, Jno. W., 
Lindsey, Jas. T., 
Elgin, Joseph M., 
Oraae. Wilson, 
Anderson, Bobt. 8., 
Gray, Bobt. L., 
Whitamore, Landia 
Collins. Frank, 
Gates, Elmer, 
Jordan, P. J., 
Moore, Neeley, 
Dierker,Jno. H., 
Butcher, O. S., 
Murphy, H. M., 
Berry, Jas. T., 
Henchens, E. 0., 
Ham, Bobt. T.. 
O'Brlant, W. O., 
Olark, E. L., 
Watklns, JoeF., 
Bay, John T., 
Neir, A. J., 
Orain, Geo. A., 
Moore, W. T., 
PayuH, Grandison, 
Hull. Elisha, 
Farrls, Wm. H., 
Harkreader, J. T., 
Polster, J. G., 
Hlgginbotham, JelT 
Msklugen, 8. J., 
King, Qenrv 8., 
McOomas, John, 
Hensley, J. B., 
Dlokman, Jos. F., 
See, B. E., marshal 
Finks. J. k., " 

Totals. 


lerlff 










Lincoln 


(» 










Linn 


*« 


182 20 

136 60 

71 75 

83 50 




182320 

136 80 

230 00 

83 CO 


162 20 


Livingston... 
McDolald 




i58*25' 

49 50 


136 80 
830 00 


Macon 


.» 


83 00 


Madison 


(4 




Maries 


64 00 
160 10 
182 30 




** 64 66 
806 10 
132 iiO 


64 00 


Marlon. 


«• 


147 00 


306 10 


Mercer 


(» 


132 30 


MUler 


<i 




MississlDDL . . . 


*» 


178 00 




178 00 


178 00 


Moniteau 


(• 






Monroe 


«« 


113 00 
11100 


41 50 


154 50 
111 00 
13 40 
225 75 
229 50 
118 00 


154 60 


Montgomery. . 


(. 


111 00 


Morgan. 


<i 


13 40 


13 40 


New Madrid.. 


■ ( 


225 75 
229 50 
112 00 


225 76 


Newton 


i« 


829 50 


Nodaway 

Oreson 


It 




112 00 


«« 






Osaffe 


4« 


8 75 

235 50 

338 50 

140 50 

251 20 

180 00 

61 00 

41 80 

85 55 

68 75 

18 75 

102 25 

65 05 

121 50 




8 75 

235 50 

332 50 

189 00 

290 10 

180 00 

61 00 

163 80 

35 66 

68 75 

18 75 

147 60 

122 05 

194 70 


8 76 


Ozark 


»( 


4866* 

88 90 


235 60 


Pemiscot. 


« 


338 50 


Perry 

Pettis 


U 
i( 


189 00 
290 10 


Phelps 

Plke.V. 


*I 


180 00 


«• 


61 00 


Platte. 


121 40 


163 20 


Polk 


*« 

«( 


86 55 


Pulaski 




68 75 


Putnam 


i( 


18 75 


Ralls 

Randolph 

Ray..... 


'u 


4.^25 
57 90 
73 20 


147 50 
122 95 


»• 


194 70 


Reynolds 


»( 




Ripley 

St. Charles. . . 
St. Olair 


l< 

»4 
it 


179 00 

* • « • « 




179 00 
46 50 


179 00 


46 50 


46 50 


St. Francois.. 
Hte. Genevi*e 


4< 
4( 


131 25 
77 60 

199 75 
55 80 


106 00 


237 26 
77 60 

199 75 
65 80 


237 26 

77 60 


St. Louis 


II 




199 75 


Saline 


i( . 




55 80 


Schuyler 

Scotland 


It 






<« 










Scott 


44 


146 00 




146 00 


146 00 


Shannon 


1* 




Shelby 

Stoddard 


44 










44 
4» 


379 00 

78 80 

66 50 

105 00 

455 40 




379 00 
140 40 
56 50 
105 00 
455 40 


379 00 


Stone. 


61 60 


140 40 


Sullivan 


14 


53 50 


Taney 

Texas 


14 




105 00 


44 


455 40 


Vernon 


44 






Warren.. .... 


4* 










Washington.. 

Wayne 

Webster 


4( 
'.i 


36 00 
207 00 


53*75 j 


36 00 
259 75 


36 00 
250 75 


44 




Worth 


t( 




1 




Wright 

St. Louis city. 


<4 


241 10 
653 00 
376 15 
871 85 


1 


241 10 

!,285 50 

376 15 

371 85 


241 10 


•* 1, 


633 50 S 


2.285 50 
376 15 
871 85 


Supreme court 
4* 










tis 


670 07 


$4,326 37 |U 


».996 44 


$19,996 44 







no 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



APPREHENSION OF CRIMINALS, 



(Section 18, page 5* Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 
Deficiency appropriation 

Total 



$10.000 00 
S,9n 31 



$13.337 31 



Persons to whom warrants 
were IsMued. 



Arnold, S. E 

Aycock, O. B 

Avers, F. O 

Adair, 01 ay... . 

Ayers, F. L 

Bay, Jno. T 

Barch, Thos. B. 
Brown, W. T.... 

Bull, O. M 

Barnett, B. M... 
Bradshaw, W. J. 
Beayers. Jno. B. 



Bumham, W. E. 

Brooks, Ef. T 

Boyle, E. P 

Bradley. Jas. T. 
Bryan, Ohas. A. 
Burcb, Thos. B. 
Britton, R.J. .. 
Crooks, Noah.... 
Cooper, J. W.... 
Cope land, J. L.. 

Oook, J. T 

Oonkin. E. E. ... 



i« 



Oralne, Geo. A. 






Clark, E. L 

Clark, Cbas 

Oook, J. T 

Cralne, Geo. A 

Dalley, E. P 

David, R.J 

Davis, O. L 






Duncan, Lee. 
Deck, D. B... 
Dwyer, John. 
Elgin, J. M... 
Eslich, Grant. 



It 



Fulks, R. D.. 
Farris, W. H. 



Gilstrap, Irving W. 



Gibson, Geo. D. 

Gray. B. L 

Gilstrap, I. W.. 
Gallaher. J. A. 
Harlow, J. W . 
Hughes, T. R.. 



Hayde, Thomas. 



It 



Hlghly.J. D 

Higglnbotham, Jeff. 



Persons apprehended. 



H agon, Thomas. 



Ohas. Vanning 

Frank Clark 

James Gordon 

Frank Abney 

Ray Blackburn 

E. Pyles, Jr 

Rudolph and Collins , 

HarryHammon 

Wm. King 

Dan'l Kane 

D. McDaniels 

Geo. Williams 

James Lewis 

Mamie Ward 

G. A. Townsend 

Burl Hanley 

Ray Evans 

John Houser 

Wm. Rudolph 

LeeDeFord 

J. A. Bowers 

John Dalley 

O. D. Heger..., 

Ed. Vaun..} 

Ed. East 

Thos. East 

Ben Richardson 

N. Hart 

0. Reed 

Henry Snider 

Arthur Hennerly 

John Money 

Al. Jones 

Ed. Bright 

Arthur Hay hurst 

J. H. Farris 

Perry Hayes 

F. Franklin 

G. W. Perkins 

Dick Hud dleson 

H. H. McDonald 

Will Decker 

Seth Stodder 

Wm. Griflnth 

Carey Snider 

John Sanderson 

1. Woodward 

Wm. Bass 

Mabel Baker 

Ed . Anderson 

J. H. Earley 

Grant Thompson 

J. B. Hutchins 

A. G. Wells 

Alf Riggins 

E. Peck 

A. H. Guyman 

A. Brown 

Allen Brannock 

Thos. Rogers 

Geo. Martin 

H. Whlttaker 

Perry Lynn 

T. G. Prater 

Frank Sapplngton 

Albert Frew 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1903. 



I ■ » • • » 



$7150 
87 30 
66 00 
83 20 



157 40 

200 00 

78 68 

300 00 

63 05 

44 30 

141 86 

121 75 

43 10 

27 90 

154 90 

106 00 



28 09 
60 80 

85 10 
73 78 
43 81 

200 00 
19 75 
45 90 

86 00 
40 58 
57 75 
31 75 
50 85 



27 09 
145 13 

28 34 
185 15 



74 S3 
16 50 
145 65 
64 20 
96 60 



117 80 
19 54 
57 50 

300 85 
61 35 

107 88 
67 76 



83 75 
81 80 



82 50 

24 95 

300 85 

26 09 



66 07 



Warrants 

issued in 

1901. 



$100 95 
804 63 



66 70 

300 00 

15 60 



106 11 

240 S3 

26 75 



24 06 



47 87 



64 94 
50 55 



25 46 



£9 17 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



lit 



APPREHENSION OF CRIMINALS-ConUnued. 



Persons to whom warrants! 
were Issued. 



Persons apprehended. 



Warrants 

issued in 

190il. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Hogg, J. R. 



*• 



Eager. Dell 

Herrick, E 

Ilalcomb, Lyman . . . 

Hogg. Lewis.. 

Hensley, J. B 

Hencken. E. G 

Hosber, j. C, et al. 

Hoffman, A. W 

Johnson, J. D 

Kennedy. Matt. 

Kimsey, M. 8 

Kimberlin, O. E.... 



Koch, J. A 

LaTery, George., 
Llndsey, J. T.... 
Lampeil, J. B.... 

Lore J. E 

Lewis, J. B 

Moore, Jas. E.. . 
Morehead, Q. W. 
Moore, Thomas.. 
Mallugen, 8. J. . 



Meadows. D. K. 
Majors. Sam. .. 
Moore, W. r.... 
MilUken, M. C. 
McDade, H. L., 
HcOray. B. D... 



1 1 



McAnaoy, Thomas. 

Naramore. J. W^ 

Pheland, Robert ... 
Pendegrast, T. J... 

Polster. J. C 

Ramsey, John 

Roberts. O. N 



« • 



• * 



Rutherford, Joo. 
Ryan, Pat 



«< 



• » 



Spencer. M. L. 
Ihai 



Shadley and Machen , 

see, K* £<....•..•••..•........■.«. 

Schade, W. F 



t • 



Spencer. M. L. 
If • ( 



Schrader, J. W.... 
Smith. J. T 



' • » • • 



(« 



Shelby. J. D. 






Sullivan, Eugene. 
Spencer. George.. 

Smith. G. A 

Turner, J. II 

Vandlver. J. E... 
Veath. r. M 



(( 



Wallace. David. 

Welch. O.J 

Wymore, A. P.. 
Wll8on,i.B .... 
Wilson, O. M.. . 

Wood, J. W 

Wihion, J. W.... 
White,B. G.... 
Youn^, W. H.... 



Totals. 



Ohas. Howard 

Alex, and Ben Sanders, 

Ghas. Johnson 

Lon Kruzer 

James Ulaggett 

Fred Irle 

W. T. Jordon 

Jack Hall 

Emil Albrecht 

Mark Dunn 

Fred Collins 

R. Griffin 

E. J. VanEtta 

B. 8. Abbott 

J. L. Garter 

Jake Ledbetter 

Heury McNeeley 

T. B. Stewart 

Dave Barnes ; 

Lewis Page 

P. T.Jones , 

John Adams 

G. 0. Scott 

Lindsey Pitts 

J. L. Typton 

J. W. Ott 

Robert Foley 

Jess Harbiu 

Frank Williamson 

Dink Nelson 

Anderson Kinder 

Marshall Bell 

JohnHuth 

E. J. Rummels 

Oarey Snidei 

W. K. Jastin 

Geo. F. Macer 

Wm. Humphreys 

W. B. Church 

O. Wickerson 

O. W. Jennings 

S. W.Miller 

H.T. Still 

Robt. Halley 

Thos. Pile 

G. E. Bishop 

Bertha Lynch 

Chas. Marzick 

Frank Clark 

Joe Penn 

Geo. Risley , 

Lee Spivey 

Harry Long 

James Murray 

Jno. Kofflr 

Leon Dexstein 

H. H. Morris 

O. H. Bebee 

Frank Clark 

B.Harrison , 

Grip Clinton 

C. L. Connine 

Jess Glrard 

Wm. Zelgler 

Luther Griffith 

R L. Huton 

S. B. Elliott 

Ira Oldham 

Oscar Bunton 

V. O. Plttman 

Ed Walt 

C. M. Brown 

Wm. Dooley 

Eugene Benton 

RTs. Ellis 

Henry McNeely 

P. P. Lefeber 

FredQuinby 



|iS8S3 

84 58 



30 66 

aoooo 

81 70 
56 54 
41 43 



44 66 



02 40 
23 80 
82 80 



flU56 
29 79 
80 65 
46 95 



28 00 
11 75 
42 66 

19 5> 

20 65 



66 53 

64 63 

133 70 

223 15 

68 30 

166 80 



61 35 

187 67 
236 63 
114 70 
102 89 
63 90 
31 18 



52 10 

190 81 

10 60 

135 80 

60 94 

45 03 

49 44 

316 85 

39 91 

12 53 

12 85 

12 9*4 

55 65 

27 28 



53 82 

183 15 

184 51 
107 11 

67 71 
18 55 

103 55 
23 68 

200 00 



42 50 
27 50 

19.169 12 



1184 23 



236 30 

aooou 
aoooo 

31 40 



56 86 



25 30 

110 30 

53 33 



13 00 
172 85 



237 30 
113 99 



19 00 
55 10 

300 00 



202 30 



31 85 
141 05 
200 00 



$4,156 17 



112 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF GOVERNOR. 

(Section 2, pag^e 8, I^aws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 19(Kt and 1904., 



Total. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



American ETxpress Co., express 

Barnard, Geo. D. & Co., Mdse 

Brennelsen, J. F., clerical work 

Capital Telephone Co 

Clark. Claud L., Mdse 

Dockery, A. M.. expenses 

Distler, ChsA., Janitor 

Dallmeyer Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse 

Fowler, ETlva, clerical work 

Gordon, Kate, clerk 

Heinrichs, J. F., curtains 

Lee, Ruth, clerical work 

Missouri & KansaB Telephone Co., service. 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co 

Manchester, O. H., Mdse 

Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., service , 

Porth, George, repairs 

Paciflo Express Co 

.Patterson & Wily, repairs 

Robinson, Geo., F., postage 

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Vogt, B. Z., map 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Wyckoff, Seaman & Benedict, machine 

Wagner, W. W., postage 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$3 00 

7 60 

12 50 

2145 

6 66 

116 55 

366 00 



75 



420 00 
44 50 



376 20 
246 



32 66 
190 
3 75 



75 03 
"28'55' 



154 41 

60 00 

320 00 



$2,081 75 



$112 03 
4,000 00 

$4,112 03 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



53 85 
14 75 

925 
425 00 

100 
1120 

500 
50 00 

700 

390 00 

125 

245 

2015 



350 

220 

29 00 

98 

124 01 

340 00 



n. 490 59 



REPAIRS, ETC, OF GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

(Sec. 2, page 3, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

i9o:i. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1904. 




Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., Mdse. 

Heinrichs, J. F., chairs 

Jeffries, H. A., plumbing 

Kennard, J., & Son, carpet 



Total. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



"3 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF SUPREME COURT. 

(Sec. U, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 
Deficiency appropriation 

Total 



$233 77 

8»400 00 

68 42 



$8,692 19 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 
issued In 

1904. 



Archer, Wm., assistant Janitor 

Aifalter, Matt, assistant Janitor 

Adams, B- F., engineer 

Adams StajDp Co., supplies 

Uohn & Chinn, Mdse 

Brandenberger, A., Mdse 

Bradbury, T. M., Insurance 

Barnard, Greo. D. & Co., stationery 

Burkhardt, T. O., repairs 

Capital Telephone Co.. service 

Clark. C. L., Mdse 

Cole Count.y Democrat, printlngr 

Corwln, li£ary E., stationery 

Cox. 8. W., insurance 

Dallmeyer. W. A., insurance 

Doiton, Wm., repairing boiler 

Doehla, J- N., Mdse 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse 

Finks, Joe H., Marshal 

Glenn, Chas. F., Janitor 

Green, Jno. R.. postage 

Gibson Soap Co., Mdse , 

Gundellingrer, Dan. Mdse 

Henry, Jesse, insurance 

Heinrlchs, J. F., furniture 

Hogg, E. R., Lumber Co., lumber 

Jeffreys, H. A., repairs 

Jefferson City L., H. & P. Co., repairs... 

Keith, Robt., Furniture Co.. Mdse 

Kennard, J. & Son. carpet 

Kocher & Dirck, repairs 

Lee. Almus, labor , 

Model Steam Laundry, laundry 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co.. service. 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., frieght 

Manchester, O. H., Mdse 

New York Racket Store. Mdse 

Noland. Wood, laundry 

Offalter, Mathew, labor 

Forth, Geo., repairs 

Pacific Express Co., 

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs 

Roer, F. W.. insurance 

Russell. Fred., repairing boiler 

Reed, Geo., labor 

See, Elliott, assistant Janitor 

See, R. B. marshal 

Schwartz, Edw., case, etc ^ 

Schleer Bros., Mdse. ...» 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Sinks. M. R., Mdse 

Schults Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Schmidt, Wm., repairs 

Sarman, Henry, labor 

Star Dynamo Co., repairs , 

Thomas A Price, insurance 

Tribune Ptg. Co., printing 

Vaughn, Stampfli & Oliver, Mdse 

Vansicfcle, J. A., repairs 

Zeits, F. H., Mdse 

Wagner, W. W., postage , 



Totals. 



$280 00 
54 00 
60 00 



12 26 
20 90 
75 00 
33 00 



67 00 

16 45 

6 00 

5 06 

e5 00 

125 00 

660 



22 60 

228 00 

1,164 40 

200 00 



60 00 
209 26 



11 85 

360 

2150 

15110 



839 
48 00 

1 10 

2 00 
430 

8180 



2 60 

90 

2 20 

125 00 

14 60 



36 00 

926 68 

87 76 

6 52 
49 35 
11 70 
^3 39 

220 



60 00 
188 



260 

ioo'oo' 



$4.642 51 



$4 50 

7 35 
15 66 



1 75 
60 60 



17 00 



790 

53 05 

1,142 67 

1,164 00 

3 00 
11 15 



25 

3 20 
26 50 



2 60 
1 00 

48 00 

5 90 

48 29 
8100 



135 00 



279 70 

1 30 
46 35 

51 06 

2 45 
36 00 

260 



12 50 

400 

800 

900 00 



$3,579 12 



A-« 



114 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SUPREME COURT— PAY OF FIREMAN. 

(Sec. 11, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



9600 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Adams, BenJ. F., fireman. 
Reed, George, fireman 



Totals. 



$200 00 



1200 00 



9300 00 
16 66 

1316 65 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



115 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS. 

(Sec. 12, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



1341 22 
3,600 00 



13,84122 
81 00 



13,760 22 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



I 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Barker, Stella, stenographer 

Barr, Wm., I>ry Goods Co., Mdse , 

Bechtold Printing Co., printing 

Buxton-Sklnner Station«Tr Co., stationery 

Brown Bros., stationery , 

Coeytaux, Geo., repairs 

Costello, J. S. & Son, tioar brooms 

Central Law Journal, subscription 

Davis, Elmery, Mdse 

EUsberry Democrat, printing , 

Ettmao, H. L., Sponge Co., sponges , 

Empire Steam Cleaning Co., claming carpet 

Frederick Ptg. Co., printing 

Geisel, A. & Co., paintin«r .... 

Griffith, W^. P., repairs , 

Goodyear Rubber Co., supplies , 

Hutton, Mabel, stenographer , 

HoUand, Chas., painting 

Jordan, A. J., Cuttlery Co., Mdse 

Judge, Dolph, Drug- Co., Mdse 

Jewell Holbrook Pub. Co., subscription 

Kinloch Telephone Co., service 

Kesh, W. J., Printing Co., printing 

Kennard, J. & Son, hassocks, etc 

Lammert B'urniture Co., furniture 

Lambert, J)eacon, Pt^r. Co., printing 

Lawyers Co-Operatlve Co., supplies 

Murphy, J. H., expressage 

Miller, J. C, repairs 

Merrill. J. S., Drug Co., Mdse 

McCormack, J. A., typewriter keys sv , 

Nicholson, David, brooms, etc 

Nugent, B., Dry Goods Co., soap 

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs 

Sadler, T. W., painting sigh 

Shinneman, Fred, Laundr>'ing towels 

Bklnner-Kinnedy Sta. Co., stationery 

Spaulding Stationery Co., stationery 

Stephens Lithographing Co.. stationery 

St. Louis electrical Engineering Co., Rep. telephone. 

Shallcroes Printing Co., printing 

Sargent, Geo. P., furniture 

Simmons Hdw. Co., Mdse , 

Sexton Range Co., repairs 

Sibley, E. S., supplies 

Scarritt Comstock Co.. Mdse 

Tourvllle. G. S.. books 

Typewriter Repair Co., repairs 

Torlicht, Dunker & Reuard, Mdse 

The Gilbert Book Co., books., 

The Correct Bngllsh Pub. Co 

White, J. T,, expressage 

Woodward-Tlernan Ptar. Co., stationery 

Williams, H. C, postal cards 



$420 00 

8 10 

80 30 

1 25 



4 50 



15 00 

1 95 

15 42 



300 00 



2 25 
300 



GO 00 

IGO 00 

83 63 

89 00 




2 00 
17 18 
55 50 
323 60 
22 00 
10 00 
2 75 



Totals. 




Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



1720 00 

9 10 
20 60 
6 16 
2 60 
200 
5 00 
160 

76 



167 60 

29 5S 

8 

2 



00 
75 



260 



2 50 



47 59 

2 75 

6 00 

17 75 



10 60 
2 10 

800 

13 23 

22 25 

272 45 



134 54 

3 00 

325 

16 00 

94 50 



96 00 

1 00 
6 58 



91,728 92 



ii6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEAI.S— SALARY OF MARSHAL. 

(Section 12p pa«e 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation, 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total. 



1166 ^ 
4,000 00 



I4.1G6 85 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Barrett, Thos. E3., marshal. 
Casey, A. F., marshal 



Totals. 



n,106 75 
322 38 



n, 489 13 



2,000 00 



12,000 00 



ST. LOUTS COURT APPEALS— SALARY OF STENOGRAPHER. 

(Section 12, pa^e 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total. 



Persona to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$60 00 
1.600 00 



11,500 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Hutton, Mabel, stenographer 
Barker, Stella, stenographer 



Totals. 



1300 00 
420 00 



r20 00 



1720 00 



$720 00 



ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS— SALARY OF JANITOR. 

(Section 12, page 5, Laws 19C8.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total. 



$75 00 
1.800 00 



$1,875 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Shinneman, Fred, Janitor 
Totals 



$900 00 



$900 00 



$900 00 



$900 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



117 



ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS— USE OF BOOKS. 

(Section 12, pase 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total. 




$126 0(1 
600 00 



I62S0O 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Law Library Ass'n of St. Louis. 
Totals 



1250 00 



1260 00 



ST. LOUIS COURT OF APPEALS-RENT. 

(Section 12, page 4, Laws 1909.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 — 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



BaJance. 



12.86125 
3.500 00 



16.361 25 
2160 



$6,829 75 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Ada.ms, Frank, fixtures 

Aml>ler. B. P., repairs 

Barr, Wm., Dry Gk>ods Co., mirror 

Bolsen, Joe, zinc 

Bea.tle Mfgr. Cor., supplies 

Cash, J. A., drayage 

Ek>ant8, A. J., table for library 

Er^i^in Meskle & Co., shades 

FranclscuB, J. M.. rent 

Grlfrith. W. T., repairs 

Holland. Chas. W., painting 

Hetokett, J. W., repairs 

Klusmeyer & Schumacher, repairs... 

Krlembaum. Augrust, hanging wall paper. 

Kennard, J., & Son. Merchandise 

Krez. J. L., Mfg. Co., plumbing 

Lanimert Furniture Co., bp-th glass 

Miller, J. C, repairs 

Milbradt, G. A.. & Co., rolling ladder 

Mally, P. O., & Sons, repairs 

Noel, Wm.. plumbing 

Newcomb Bros., repairs, etc 

Nager Sign Co 

Pemy & Guellles, gas globe 

Reingen Stove Co., repairs 



Totals. 



$4 25 



19 00 

32 38 

2.829 75 



166 45 



1.096 00 

20 66 

135 89 



600 

396 75 

28 10 



3150 



1 40 
675 

$4,775 87 



$78 20 
78 68 

260 

182 00 

250 



95 50 

90 00 
500 



625 



894 00 

12 50 

134 50 

412 



$1,065 75 



ii8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF KANSAS CITY COURT OF' 

APPEALS. 

(Section 13, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Badance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$4(i5 23 
2,900 00 



$3,365 00 

24 f^ 



13,340 12 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Babert, W. H., & Co., repair.^ , 

Bayles & Hogsett, infturance 

Burnett, Douglass, book 

Cooper, Thomas, cleaning carpets , 

Chaney, J. M., book 

Dodd, Mead & Co., books 

Engel & Son, book binding 

Havers, J. D., & Co., merchandise 

Hoye' Directory Co., directory 

liawyers Co-operative Pub. Co., supplies... . 

I-ewis, T. Z. T., typewriting 

Missouri and Kansas Telephone Co., service. 
Medes, W. J., & Son, insurance 

postage, etc , 

P., & Co., stationery 

A. , book 

oil 

North Mahorney, furniture , 

Peck Dry Goods Co., merchandise 

Pipes- Reed Book Co., books 

Pitts, J. F., books , 

Powell, li. D., & Co., book , 

Parmaller, D. C, chart 

Uennick-Schilling Co., books 

llUey, Frank C, printing docket 

Heed, Adams & Co 

Sheppherd. H. H., stationery 

Sentinel Publishing Co., printing , 

rhompson. Edw., books 

Vernon. Richard, Book Co., supplies 

West Publishing Co., supplies 

WycofP, Seaman & Benedict, Merchandise... 



McCoy, L. F., 
McCulloch, M. 
McGruder, M. 
McCoy, B. F., 



Totals. 



40 00 

125 00 

600 

50 00 

2 00 



56 45 

19 50 

00 



75 00 

96 00 

71 2r> 

242 25 

04 9.1 

150 

1 25 



28 36 

154 75 

12 50 



18 50 
197 50 



2S4 90 

8 50 

18 00 



175 50 



n.755 66 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



700 



92 00 

55 «50 

6 00 

12 00 

92 10 



266 75 


121 55 


5 50 


17 84 


166 (K) 


12 (H) 


45 00 


8 00 


223 m 


3C0 


3U 55 



34 00 

76 25 

600 

200 



$1,5JQ iU 



KANSAS CITY COURT OF APPEALS— RENT. 

(Section 13. page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.., 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



"Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



11,000 00 
4.000 00 



$5,000 Of" 
500 00 



HGOOOO 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Gentry, O. H., treeusurer Jackson county 
Warner, A. C, treasurer Jackson county, 

Totals 



$1,500 00 
500 00 



12,000 00 



$1,000 00 



$1,000 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



U9 



KANSAS CITY COURT OF APPEALS— SALARY MARSHAL 

AND STENOGRAPHER. 

(Section 13, pa^ 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
ApproprlatioDB for 1908 and 1904. 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance. 



$264 00 
2,900 00 



13,154 00 
130 00 



$3,024 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Morrison, J. J., stenographer. 
Noland, J. R., marshal 



Totals. 



$1.040 00 



$1,040 00 



68 00 
1,044 00 



$1,102 00 



KANSAS CITY COURT OF APPEALS— SALARY OF JANITOR. 

(Section 13, pa^e 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total. 



$45 00 
1,080 00 



$1,120 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Green, Addison, Janitor. 
Total 



$540 00 



$540 00 



$540 00 



$540 00 



KANSAS OTY COURT OF APPEALS— USE OF BOOKS. 

(Section 13, pe«e 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Kansas City Jjelw liibrary Association. 

liiatthew Bender 

Kansas City Home Telephone Co 



Totals. 



$260 00 



$260 00 



$125 00 
500 00 



$625 OO 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$260 00 

600 

76 60 

$33150 



n 



1 20 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF STATE AUDITOR. 

(Section 5, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904.. 

Total 



1298 06 
6,600 00 



$6,798 06 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



American Ehcpress Co., ezpressage 

Allen, J. M., candles 

Allen, J. W.. hand Ugrht , 

Allen, Virginia, clerical work 

Brandenberger, A. , merchandise 

Brennissen, J. F., derk 

Burkhardt, T. G„ repairs 

Bernard, Geo. D., & Co., supplies 

Clark, C. L., merchandise 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Chappel, Henry, labor 

Densmore Typewriter Co., machine 

Dallmeyer, R., Dry Gk>ods Co., llnollum 

Fischer, G. A., supplies 

Gundelnng:er, D., merchandise 

Gaddls« M. P.. repairs 

Helstein, Frank, repairs 

Horrell, Thomas. Janitor 

Helnrichs, J. F., furniture 

Heaton, F. M., book 

Hoyee Directory Co., book 

Johnson, A. R., labor 

Liee, John A., clerical work 

Lasher, Geo. T., manual 

Michael, Sara., toweling' 

Missouri and Kansas Telephone Co., pervico. 

Mace, Charles, repairing vault 

Missouri. Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight.. 

Moore, J. C, indexes 

Missouri Pacific Ry Co.. freight 

Postal Telegraph, Cable Co., service 

Pacific Express Co., exprossage 

Poors Manual Co.. manual 

Ross, Jno. N., painting 

Robinson. Geo. F., postage 

Swift, H. A,, ice 

Schmidt, Wm., repairs 

Schulte, Jacob, labor 

Teibben, Henry, laying carpet 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

Taylor, Wm., drayago 

U. S. Express Co., exprcssagc 

Vogt, E. Z., map 

Vetter, H. J., repairs 

West Publishing Co 

Western Union Telegrraph Co., service 

Wyckoff, Seaman & Benedict, merchandise.. 
Wagner, W. W., postage 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



122 72 
100 
200 



8 10 

646 00 

18 60 



27 45 
29 20 



62 00 
806 



380 



612 00 
17 00 



125 

80 00 

250 

3G0 

132 06 

200 

70 

3 85 



12 35 

229 77 

10 00 

15 00 

4137 

30 55 

75 

2 00 

60 

300 

35 

29 08 



Totals. 



500 

30 71 

70 40 

400 00 

12,564 70 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



15 92 

83 33 

1,235 17 

192 

925 

55 15 

525 



14 30 
7 45 
100 
500 

612 00 

390 
800 



182 90 

51 

113 

3 15 

58 14 



30 45 
50 



1 74 
98 
25 

28 60 

1,227 00 

R577 99 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



|2J 



STATE AUDITOR— CARPET, ETC. 

(Section 5, page 4, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Balance canceled 

Balance 



195 12 

62 



9450 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



1 



ITelnricha, J. F., furniture 

Densmore Typewriter Co., machine 

Total 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$54 00 
40 50 



$94 50 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF STATE TREASURER. 

(Section 4, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 

Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



American Express Co., expressagc 

Adams, S. G., Stamp Co., rubber stamps 

American Arithmometer Co., machine 

Barnard, Geo. D.. & Co., stationery 

Brennissen. Joe P., jiotary fees 

Brandenberger, A., Merchandise 

Clark, C. L., merchandise 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Carter, John, labor 

Diggs, Duke, drayage 

Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., carpet sweeper. 

Dunlop, J. D., stenographic work 

Doehla, J. N., supplies 

Edwards, W. W., matches, etc 

Ferrill, J. F., clerical work 

Fischer. G. A., supplies 

Gundelflnger. D.. supplies 

Helnrichs, Jno. P., furniture 

Jeffreys, H. A., plumbing, etc 

Lane, C. B., Janitor 

Lee, Jno. A., clerical work 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Manchester, O. H., supplies 

Morrison. J. M., cleaning time lock 

Olney, W. D., cleaning time lock 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schwartz, Bdw., carpenter work 

Schultz Dry Goods Co., merchandise 

y. 8. Express Co., expressage 

Vogt, B. Z., map 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



$121 75 
2,500 00 



$2,621 75 



$ 50 

2 36 



650 

1 00 

50 

1 00 

28 60 

300 

60 

3 25 

10 00 



60 
12 50 



103 50 

64 00 

425 00 

800 

56 90 

88 



15 00 
42 85 



28 95 

160 



40 



60 
$816 69 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$375 00 

36 00 

2 00 

800 
3130 



110 
1 20 

440 
70 



427 00 

14 60 
17 90 

1 05 

15 00 

70 

80 

26 40 

185 

40 

100 

600 00 

165 

|1,4«7 45 



122 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE TREASURER— BEER STAMPS. 

(Section it page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Barnard, Geo. D., & Co., stamps. 
Totals 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



$5,072 10 
10.000 00 

n5.07210 
6.072 10 

$10,000 00 



$1,216 20 



$1.215 20 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$1,736 00 
$1.736 00 



STATE TREASURER— FILE CASES.. 

(Section 4, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriations for 19a3 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight.. 
Barnard, Geo. D. & Co., file cases. 



Total, 



$300 0<1 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$4G» 
296 31 



$300 00 



STATE TREASURER— CARPET. 

(Section 4, page 4, T>aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were l8.sued. 



Bassett, S. S. & Sons, carpet 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight. 




$300 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$292 30 
220 



Total. 



$294 60 



PISBURSEMENTS. 



123 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF SECRETARY OF STATE. 

(Section 3, pa«e 3, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 
Deficiency appropriation 

Total 



Persons to whom warrants w^ere issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



expressagre. 



American Bxpress Co., 
Bruns, J. H., janitor... 

Uruns, J. B. & Co., merchandise 

Burkhardt, T. G., repairs 

Bnins, Mrs., laundryingf towels 

Brandenberger, A . , merchandise 

Chicago & Alton Ry. Co., freight 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Clark, Claude L, . merchandise 

Capital City Planing Mills, boxes, etc 

Cuthbertson, Margie, clerical work 

I>iggB, Duke, drayage 

Dallmeyer Dry Goods Co., merchandise.. 

Deits, Anna, folding reports 

Fowler, Blva, stenography 

Green, Jno. R., fees 

Gould Directory Co., book 

Hawkins, A. L., clerk 

Johnson, O. T., derk 

Jeffreys, H. A., truck, etc 

Hoye Directory Co., book 

Jobe, Jessie, folding reports 

LAsher, Geo. F., postal guide 

Letts & Wright, merchandise 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co 

Missouri Paciflc Ry. Co., freight 

Missouri, Kansaa & Texas Ry. Co 

Morrow, Kate, clerical work 

Maus, Susie, clerical work 

Manchester, O. H., merchandise 

Murray, Stella, typewriting 

Paclflo Kxpress Co., expressage 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., service. 

Priesmeyer, Mary L., stenographer 

Porth, George, repairs 

Remington Typewriter Co., repairs 

Rlgglns, G. W., Janitor 

Reid, Adams, & Co., subscription 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Sootford Stamp Co., stamps 

State Library of Ga., book 

Star Dynamo Works, repairs 

See, Neaiie, clerk 

Smith-Premier Typewriter Co., machine, 

Schleer Bros, merchandise 

Sarman, Maymie, typewriting 

Tatlow, J. B., clerk 

Tribune Printing Co 

U. S. ETxpress Co., expressage 

Vaughn, George, repairs 

Warburton, Edna, folding papers 

War burton, liUie, folding papers 

Western tfnlon Telegraph Co 

Wyckoff, Seaman & Benedict, mch., etc. 

Walden Mfg. Co., merchandise 

Wagner, W. W., postage 



etc. 



Totals. 



$12 30 

567 90 

156 

660 

10 70 

1 90 
24 17 
66 40 
12 40 
98 40 

2 25 
5 50 



117 85 



625 00 
83 70 
17 50 



650 



300 40 

114 50 

96 15 

10 00 

2 25 

10 25 



2,056 44 

44 07 

149 00 

126 

5 00 

13 50 

8 00 

29 06 

2 66 

900 

16 25 

43 00 

66 60 

2 10 



100 00 

42 00 

161 39 

1 25 



106 85 

90 00 

36 00 

1,065 90 

$6,231 38 



19.000 00 
733 89 



19,733 89 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$104 02 
35? 30 



13 00 
87 79 

36 75 

18 10 
2 26 
200 
400 

700 



650 

200 

1 65 

2T7 20 

56 22 

33 36 



17 20 
10 00 
1,108 58 
34 58 
96 50 



13 10 



10 00 



93 12 

2 00 

2 00 

119 68 



985 30 
$3,501 20 



124 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SECRETARY OF STATEh-CARPET. 

(Section 3. paire 3, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



11,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Barnard, G«o. D. & Co., furniture 

Carstarphen, Geo. B., lamps 

Heinrichs, j. F., fumltiu'e 

Ross, J. N., painting 

Scaritt, Comstock & Co.j furniture 

Schwartz, Edward, repair furniture 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., mch., etc. 

Vaug^hn, Geo., J., furniture 

Woodward, Tieman & Co., case, etc 



$157 65 



214 60 



182 00 
800 



Totals. 



$562 15 



$6 00 

58 00 

400 



123 OO 

350 

220 OO 



$414 60 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 

(Section 7, pagre 4, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 

Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



American Express Co., expressage 

Blakely, N. M., legal service 

Buxton-Skinner Stationery Co., stationery. 

Barnett, Bruce, legal service 

Baldwin, E. B., expense 

Corum, C. D., legal service and expense... 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Crow, E. C, expense 

Clark, C. L., Mdse 

Diggs,^Puke, moving safe 

Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse 

Glenn, Chas. P., Janitor 

Glenn, Nortle, clerical work 

Helstein, Frank, labor 

Jeffries, Jerry M., legral service 

Jeffries, Sam. B., expense 

Jetmore, A. J., copy 

Jones, A. J., clerical work 

Kennard, J. & Sons, rugs 

Lee, Lydia, expense 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service.. 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Morrow, Kate R., stenographic work 

Minuter, H. W., legal service 

Manchester, O.- H., Mdse..... 

Pacific Express Co., service 

Postal Telegraph & Cable Co., service 

Robinson, Greo. F., postage 

See, R. E., labor 

See, Nellie, clerical labor 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairs 

Wyckoff, Seaman & Benedict, machine 

Western Union Tefl. Co., service 

West Publishing Co., publication 

Wagner, W. W., po£ftage *. 



Totals. 



$2 40 



142 00 
125 00 

7175 
857 80 

57 35 

263 75 

110 

16 00 

12 00 

75 

306 60 

26 26 
8 00 

50 00 
776 28 

70 06 



138 00 

45 10 

224 40 

4 15 

7147 

680 96 

425 

665 

33 80 

300 00 

89 04 

GO 00 



60 00 

6196 

600 

10 00 

$8,918 27 



$958 31 
4,350 00 



$5,306 31 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$3 60 
47 80 



33 90 

89 90 

77 20 

67 90 

350 



275 00 



232 70 
33 75 

250 40 

16 05 

783 
53 97 

1100 
129 77 



$1,384 92 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



125 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC 

SCHOOLS. 

(Section 8, page i, I>aws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 

Total 



$189 38 
5,000 00 



15,189 38 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



American Bxpress Oo., expressage 

American School Journal , 

Burkle & Bosch, boxes 

Brandenbereer, A., Mdse 

Buxton & Skinner Sta. Co., stationery 

Bnma, J. B. & Co., Mdse 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Clark, C. L., Mdse 

Carrington, W. T., expenses 

Chicago & Alton Ry. Co., freight , 

Conrath, J. H., boxes , 

Corwin, Mary, Mdse 

Columbia Statesman, printing 

Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Derkum« Grover, Janitor , 

Edwards, W. W., boxes 

Bmberson, R. H., expenses 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse ..., 

Gass, H. A., expenses , 

Gundelfingrer, D., Mdse 

Holt, W. C, janitor 

Hall, L*. J., expenses 

Holtschneider, E., lumber 

HdnrichB, J. P., Mdse 

Kastner, Annie, clerical work 

lAne, C. B., janitor 

Lammert Furniture Co., ofTlce furniture 

Luetkewltte. Lawrence, janitor 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight. 
Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service.., 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Manchester, O. H., Mdse 

Ott, Philip, lumber , 

Padflc Express Co., expressage 

Porth, George, repairs 

Priesmeyer. ^^ury, stenographer 

Ross, C. N., repairs 

Robinson, Geo. F., postage 

Remington Typewriter Co., Mch 

Swift, H. A., Ice 

ScUeer Bros., Mdse 

Bommerer, J. M., boxes 

Bchwartis, Edw 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

United States Express Co., expressage 

vogt, B. Z., map : ., 

Walker, R. L., expenses 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Woodward-Tieman Ptg. Co., stationery 

Wassekrug, I., boxes 

Wooldrige, P. M.. lamp 



J 



Totals. 



13127 



400 

60 

49 35 

120 

32 00 

7 19 

419 82 

978 

70 



14 30 
""56' 



216 33 

50 

15 00 

47 45 



132 00 

76 00 

80 00 

991 

490 

119 58 

3168 

242 

193 10 

90 



700 
40 08 
47 75 

3 95 
35 

100 



51 73 



20165 
8 20 

398 00 

335 

55 

226 

92,26619 



125 51 
350 
250 



39 85 
473 50 



6 15 
87 00 

190 
40 00 

23170 

175 

169 90 



598 

500 

5 00 

40 00 

200 00 
170 
3 00 
1 40 

120 
249 30 

10 00 



23 25 
83 00 
54 08 



405 
940 00 



12,66115 



126 



KErOin OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS— REPAIRS, ETC. 

(Section 6, page 4, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Ptrsons to whom warrants were issued. 



IGOOOO 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

iBBued In 

1904. 



Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., carpet, etc. 

Lane, C, B., labor 

Lammert Furniture Co., office furniture... 

Longmecker, A. E., electric bells 

Hoas, Jno. N., papering and painting 

Thompson, D. P., picture 



Totals. 



$176 25 

82 60 

146 00 

600 

110 00 



1469 75 



173 00 
10 00 



$83 00 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. 

(Section 8, page 4, I>aws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904.. 



Total. 



$39 26 
1,600 01) 



$1,639 20 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



American EiXpress Co., expressage 

Clark, C. L., Mdse 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse 

Huegel, Victor, janitor 

Huddleston, Will, janitor ( 

Library Bureau 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service 

Maus, G. M., repair furniture 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

National Ry. Pub. Co., subscription 

Postal Tel. & Cable Co., service 

Porth, Geo., repairs 

Petree, James, cleaning carpet 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

Railroad Gajjette, sub 

Ross, Jno. N., painting 

Railway Ago, sub 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schwartz, Edward, repairs 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., Mch 

The Mlchie Co., books 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

ITnited States Express Co., expressage 

Vogt, E. Z.. map : 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Totals 




137 00 
151 65 
16 25 
840 
800 




16 52 
92 40 

1716 24 



$2 48 

400 

31 95 

TO 

366 93 

1315 

191 

goo 

523 
1« 

13 22 

4 20 

13 00 
18 40 



18 00 

129 

98 

23 55 

27100 

1799 01 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



J 27 



INVESTIGATING OVERCHARGES, ETC. 

(Section 8, page 4, L»awa 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Bradbury, T. M., expenses 

Carter, Btta. L., salary and expenses. 

Corley, Thos. W., clerical work 

Dunlop, J. D., clerical work 

Fowler, £lva, salary and expenses 

Green, Jno. R., copy , 

Hennessey, T. J., expenses 

Knott, Jno. A., expenses 

Morrow, K. R., salary and expen^ses. .. 

IdcCulley, "W. B., expenses 

Rice, Joe P., expenses 

Willis, J. S., rate clerk 



Totals. 



$195 51 
10,000 00 



no, 196 00 
47 76 



$10,147 24 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$65 55 
IB 75 



25 60 



700 
24 25 
227 80 
1,012 30 
363 35 
27152 
700 50 

$2,711 52 



$79 90 

225 00 

30 60 

701 90 



26143 

360 45 
393 52 

1.554 SO 

$3,607 60 



128 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 



(Section 9, pa«re 4, Laws 1908.) 



B&Iance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total 



$614 52 
2,600 00 



$3.U4 52 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued ill 

1904. 



American Express Co., expressa^e 

Brenneisen, J. F., Notary fees 

Bedford, B. S., postage , 

Burkhardt, T. G., repairs 

Bruns, J. B. & Co.,, Mdse 

Chandler, Jennie, repair flag 

Carroll, John, labor 

Clark, C. L,, Mdse 

Capital Telephone Co 

Doehla, J. N., Mdse 

Dameron, W. T., expenses 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse , 

Gundelfinger, D., Mdse 

Graham, Andrew, plasterlngr 

Helnrlchs, J. F., ofClce furniture 

Jeffreys, H. A., plumbing 

Johnson, A. R., repairs 

Lfinhardt, J, A., Mdse 

Lewis, Thomas, labor , 

Mann, Helen, stenographer 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service. 

Maus, G. M., repairs 

Ott, Philip, paint , 

Postal Tel. & Cable Co., service 

Pacific Express. Co., expressage , 

Ross, J. N., painting 

Schleer Bros, Mdse 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schleer, J. F., Mdse , 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairs...., 

Snyder, Henry, labor 

Schultz Dry Goods Co.,* Mdse 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

The Cremoline Mfg. Co.. supgliee 

United States Express Co 

Vogt, E. Z., map , 

Wright, Robt., Janitor 

Wright, Jennie, laundrying towels 

Western Union Tel. Co., service 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Walther, L. M., Mdse 



$5 70 



300 00 

150 

60 



4 50 

12 06 

13 50 



10 66 

TO 

994 

3 50 

17 00 

146 50 

34 25 



1 60 

578 45 

6 60 

74 45 

75 

1 10 
130 

2 90 



1183 
2 10 



6 OO 
'i*48* 



310 
750 
625 



Totals. 



$1,265 68 



90 85 
300 



150 

295 
17 95 

100 

1195 



260 

660 00 

74 55 



950 

330 

18 S5 

785 

12 00 

360 

200 

625 

35 

9S 

600 
170 

200 00 
10 50 

11,059 23 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



129 



ADJUTANT-GENERAL-PAY OF JANITOR. 

(Section 9, pa^^e 4, Laws 1903.) 



BaJance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$17 70 
500 00 



$517 70 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Brueggring', Harry, Janitor ! 

Wright. Robert. Janitor 1246 60 

Totals I 1246 50 



$228 80 
20 SO 



$249 60 



GENERAL CONTINGENT FUND. 

(Section 10, page 4. Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



$333 13 
15.526 37 



$15,859 50 
17 08 



$16,842 42 



Pt-rsons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 
issued in 

1904. 



Angeoendt, Theo., coal 

American Express Co 

Buckner. J. Ed., salary 

Brun8,"J. B. & Co., seed 

Clark. C. L., Mdse 

Chicago & Alton Ry. Co., freight 

Cole County Democrat, advertising 

Capital City Planing Mills, repairs 

Derkusn, Ben., policeman 

Davis, H. A., wood 

Dallmeyer Dry Goods Co., Mdse , 

Derkum, Grover, labor 

Edwards, W. W., Mdse , 

Fischer. Q. A., Mdse 

(3ordon. Thomas, labor 

Gundelflnger. D., Mdse 

Grider, F. D.. wood 

Hampton. E. L.. supplies 

HausburfiT. E. O., repairs, etc 

Irwin, BYe**, night watchman 

JefTerson CJlty Water W^orks, water 

Jefferson City Lig>ht. Heat & Power Co., gas. 
Kocher & Dlrcks, blacksmlthing 

lAwder & Peterson, coal 

Luff, Gteorge. Janitor 

Lohman. L. C, Mdse 

Luff, Henry, sprinkling 

Letts & Wright. Mdse 

Menteer, T. J., Janitor 

Morrow, Ben., Janitor 

Miasourt Paciflo Ry. Co.. freight 

Menteer. Lizzie, laundry 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight... 



$685 42 



25 00 
220 

168 86 
629 
8 00 
1 10 

720 00 
500 



21 00 

15 71 

800 



1 50 

720 (K) 

1,206 75 

320 20 

4 20 

636 22 

420 00 

10 77 

140 00 

1 60 

720 00 

720 00 

6 03 

14 85 



$1,53130 
26 

825 



720 00 
635 



6 
1 
4 



00 
50 
55 



42 00 
1 20 



70 
43 



2 

1 

72000 
899 00 
261 80 



720 00 

218 50 

255 

720 00 

720 00 

728 

29 30 

50 



A-9 



I30 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



GENERAL OONTIN6ENT FUNO-Oontmaedi 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Mayer, C, Mdse 

Morse, A. U. & Co., Mdse 

Pacific EIxpresB Co., expressage 

Porth, George, repairs 

Postal Tel. & Cable Co., service , 

Rose, Jeff., labor , 

Rigffins, O. W., labor 

Ramsey, Henry, labor 

Bephlo, F. H., scythe , 

Rutledge, Beach, sawing: wood , 

St. Liouis Republic, adv 

Stone, J. W., brooms 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schleer, J. F., Mdse 

Sinks, M. R., Mdse 

Schmidt, Wm., keys 

Schrimp & Bode, Mdse 

Star Dynamo Co., repairs 

Schleer Bros., Mdse 

Schultz Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Thompson, Chas., sawini? wood 

Tibben. Henry, labor , 

The Gibson Soap Co., Mdse , 

Tribune Printing: Co., advertising^ 

The Wesco Supply Co.. Mdse 

The Witte Hdw. Co., Mdse 

Upechulte, Ben., janitor 

Vetter, H. J., repairs 

Western Coal & Miningr Co.. coal , 

Western Union Telegrraph Co., service. 

WorrlU Mfgr. Co., exterminator 

Western ESlectrlcal Supply Co.,* globes. 

Walther, L. M., Mdse 

Wesoo Supply Co 

Young Grocer Co., Mdse , 



Totals. 



15 06 

125 

25 



125 

400 



40 80 

665 

80 

45 

1 15 

27 76 

6 10 



600 
32 00 



20 00 
440 



190 

25 00 

164 00 



160 



16,847 00 



350 

2100 

ISO 



25 
10 
SO 
GO 



350 

300 

33 20 

235 



630 
175 
400 

37 00 

15 00 

7 81 

361 68 

23 40 



896 50 

25 00 

105 
835 

18.077 10 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



131 



CURRENT EXPENSES GOVERNOR'S MANSION. 

(Section 14, pasre 6, Laws 1908.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 

Total .^.... 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



$324 72 
4,000 00 



14,324 72 
46 



$4,324 27 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Alexander, Martin, labor 

Brown, Ardel, labor 

Brandenberger, A., Mdse 

Bartlett, P. H., oil stove 

Burkhardt, T. G., Mdse 

Central Broom Co., brooms 

Clark, C. L., Mdse : , 

Clemens, J. H., tuningr piano 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Carter, Addle, house srirl 

Conie, Harriet, laundress 

Conle, Nap, labor 

Dallmeyer Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Oockery, A. M., expenses 

^es^t Duke, drayage 

Digrgs, Stella, labor 

Edwards, W. W., Mdse 

Feindt, Prank, night watch 

Ferguson, Tony, labor 

Goldammer, F. W., repairs 

Graham^ Angellne, laundress 

Ilolleroth & Klrschner, repairing mower 

Horrell, Tom, labor » 

Helstein, Prank 

Jeffreys, H. A., plumbing 

Johnson, A. R., repairs 

Jefferson City Water Works, water , 

Jefferson Heating Co., repairs 

Kennard, J. & Son, Mdse , 

Luff, Henry, sprinkling 

Longnecker, A. £3., electric bells , 

Lane, C. B., labor 

Lohman, L. C, Mdse 

Laminert Furniture Co., Mdse 

Linhardt, J. A., Mdse 

Markham, Mollle, house girl 

Mlcheal. Sam'l, Mdse 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co , 

Miller, Ruth, 000k 

Morrow, Kate, expenses 

Manchester, O. H., Mdse 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight 

Murray, Stella, help 

Pacific Express Co., expressage , 

Richmond, Collie, help 

Reno, Callie, help 

Rogers, L»aura, cook , 

Rogers, Hattie, labor 

Rogers, Angellne, labor , 

Sesslnghaus, Fred, labor , 

Bnrith, Virginia, house girl , 

Smith, Liszie, house girl , 

Scruggs, Clara, laundress 

Scruggs, Yandervoort & Co., Mdse 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schleer Bros, Mdse 

Schleer, J. P., Mdse 

Slater, Alex., cleaning carpet 

Smith, Wm., repairs 

Schwartas, Edw., repairs 

Sexton, Wheeler, labor 

Vetter, H. J., repairs , 

Weber, F. & Co., oil painUn«r 

xork, Alex., coachman , 



Totals 



14 45 

360 

25 



10 50 

24 15 

12 00 

1 00 



300 



250 
11 00 



50 

1 00 



75 00 

64 50 

150 00 



30 00 

15 00 

1 00 

1 55 



135 00 

321 

36 00 

5150 



80 



270 00 



110 60 

326 

86 56 

47 

161 70 

2 60 

456 

200 



104 00 
266 00 

11.628 18 



$1 00 
100 
506 



3 30 
11 90 

600 
18 75 
27 50 



3 70 

15 50 

200 

100 

12 00 
150 
350 

89 50 

1 00 
800 
640 

150 00 

75 

600 

2175 



720 47 
150 

875 

36 00 

105 00 

660 

76 

7 74 

100 

160 

460 

200 

260 00 

12 00 

12 00 

86 26 

23100 

660 

8160 

164 83 

880 

100 
26 
660 
800 
200 

279 06 

$2,269v0B 



132 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



REPAIRING AND REFURNISHING GOVERNOR'S MANSION. 

(Section 14, pe«6 5, Laws 1903.) 



AppraiHrlatlofii for 1903 and 1904. 



no.ooooo 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



American Express Co., fxprec»a«e 

Barr, Wm. Dry Qooda Co., Mdse 

Burkhardt, T. G., repairs 

Cunningham, J. w., retouching painting 

Capital Planing Mills, repairs 

Clark, C. L., Mdse 

Central Broom Co., brooms , 

Dockery, A. M.. expenses 

Dallmeyer, R., Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Emery, Bird & Thayer, Mdse 

Goldammer, P. W., repairing furniture 

Gruber, H. J., labor 

Gundelflnger, D., Mdse 

Helsteln, Frank 

Jeffreys, H. A., plumbing 

Johnson, A. R., contract 

Jefferson Heating Co., repairs 

Kennard, J. & Son, carpet, etc 

Liammert Furniture Co., furniture 

Lfinhardt, J. A., repairs 

Miller & Opel, contract 

Mace, C. G., tiling 

Morrow, W. A., expense 

Morrow, Kate R., expense, etc 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone 'Co 

Missouri Glass Co., glass 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Mermod-Jaccard Jewelry Co., Mdse 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight. 

Manchester, O. H., Mdse 

Noonan, Kocian, tablets 

Ohaus, Henry, decorating 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

Porth, George, Mdse 

Ruart & Co., screens 

Ramey, Chas. A., kitchen ware 

Scruggs, Vandervoort & Co., Md.se 

Short, John T., repairs 

Schleer, J. F., Mdse 

SchultK Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Schleer Bros., Mdse 

Tribune Printing Co., printing notice 

Vetter, H. J., repairs 

York, Alex, labor 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



16 90 
45 61 

2 75 
21 00 
32 20 
64 83 

280 
52 35 






160 

3186 

35 60 

225 

4 75 

309 65 

2,079 26 



3,974 67 
799 75 



215 65 

300 00 

18 00 

24 50 

17 08 
9 46 

18 89 
206 60 

2 33 

• 3 15 

16 00 

260 00 

16 50 



288 95 



Totals. 



47 80 
45 30 
10 60 
15 58 

583 36 
390 

134 55 
70 00 

19,747 70 



$26 50 
2 70 

725 



16 80 
775 

6155 
675 

79 53 
4 70 



10 44 



120 
17 25 



I 



9S 



335 
325 

40 



$252 30 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



^33 



GOVERNOR'S MANSION— IPROVEMENT GROUNDS. 

(Section 14, pagre 5; Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Dupee, George, haulingr gravel. 

Jeffreys, H. A., plumbing 

lAnsdown, Wm., labor 

Mace, C. G.» grcuiltoid walks.... 

TiUey, William, trees 

Vetter, H. J., repairs 

York, Alex., labor 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



132 30 



275 00 

14 50 

6 75 

68 00 



$34 75 

500 00 



1634 75 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



113 00 

10 00 

1 50 
92 95 



TotAls. 



1417 30 



1117 45 



134 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE CAPITOI^REPAIRS. 

(Section U, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904., 
iJeflciency appropriation , 

Total 



$12117 

30.000 00 

2495 20 

$32,316 37 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Asel, G. G., use of scaffold 

Balkenhold, Fred, labor 

Capital City Planingr Mills, repairs 

Cooper. A. J., cutting: stone 

Cole County Democrat, printing notice 

Clatterbuck, T. J., l^bor 

Duke, Wm., repairs 

De Wyl, H. F., glass 

Fischer. G. A., glass 

Gundelflnger. D.. Mdse 

Hawkins, B. E., labor 

Holtschnelder. B.. lumber 

Hogg» B. R., Lumber Co.. lumber 

Jefferson Heating Co.. repairs 

Jeffreys, H. A., contract 

Johnson, A. R., repairs 

Jefferson City Ught. Heat and Power Co., repairs. 

Jefferson City Waterworks, water rent 

Kieselbach, Dan, labor «. 

LePage, John, plastering 

Mace, Charles G., tile repairing, etc 

Miller & Opel, architects 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

McNew. C. C, labor 

Ott, Philip, lumber 

Ohaus, H!enry, decorating 

Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., glass 

Ritzier, J. A., Cornice Co., repairs 

Ross, J. N., painting 

Schwartz, Edw., repairs 

SaJlsch, Chas. E.. aoor-checks 

Staihr, M. M., tinwork 

Scherer & Patterson, stone work 

Schleer, J. F., labor 

Star Dynamo Co., repairs 

Schleer Bros., merchandise 

Sachs. Ottoman & Co., painting 

Sessinghaus, Fred, repairs 

Tribune Printing Co., publishing notice 

Todd, Geo. M., repairs 

Vetter, H. J., repairs 

Wessel, Schuman & Co., painting 

Wltte Hardware Co., merchandise 

Wels, Edw., tin work i 

Young, Geo., labor 



I 



Totals. 



15 60 
137 40 

150 
14 40 

9 75 
11 90 
64 60 



127 73 
31 96 
12 00 

145 11 



740 32 

3,516 11 

817 70 

246 30 



132 00 

925 00 

7,764 00 

808 00 

84 

450 

67 76 

4,225 00 

23 68 

28 60 



1,105 45 
17 00 
896 50 
122 40 
109 50 
6 63 
176 90 



297 

19 20 

10 60 

1,450 00 

54 58 

177 00 

625 



$23,001 56 



199 10 



2 25 

896 



88 72 

56 70 

1,564 35 



206 10 

100 00 

4,479 44 

696 00 



27 25 



29 50 
257 30 

115 53 



23 17 

749 60 

3170 



400 



$8,491 67 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



135 



STATE CAPITOI^IMPROVEMENT GROUNDS. 

(Section 16, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904.... 



$38 82 

l.OOQOO 



Total. 



n. 038 83 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Bruna, J. B., & Co., seed 

Clatterbuck, T. J., hauling* gravel 

Chambers, Gus., labor 

Dealing, J. A., hauling gravel 

Dulle, Wm., labor 

Gordon, Thomas, labor 

Hertel, W. H., sodding yard, etc 

Hahn, Jno. H.. labor 

Jefferson City Light, Heat and Power Co., removing gas flx 

Linvllle, B. N., labor 

Miller, Thos.. labor 

MichealB, Gus, labor 

Rose, Jeilf, hauling gn'O-vel 

Roak, O. W., labor 

Scherer A Patterson, cutting stone 

Smith, W. P., labor 

Schneider, Henry, labor 

Sommerer, J. M., seed 

Trammel, David, setting curb stone 

Zuber, victor, sewer pipe 



Totals. 



114 75 

242 25 

460 

62 60 



38 82 

178 70 

60 25 

995 

25 60 

18 00 

3 70 

162 00 

8 40 

102 75 

69 75 

12 GO 
2 10 

13 86 
434 



$1,014 71 



$2 46 

2 40 
12 00 



385 



$20 70 



REPAIRS SUPREME COURT BUILDING. 

(Section 14, page 5, Ijaws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Balance canceled 



$63 90 
66 56 



Bal ance 


1 
1 


$8 35 






Persons to whom warranto were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 


Fischer. G. A., merchandise 


$8 35 








Total ^ 


$8 35 









STATE CEMETERY— REPAIRS. 

(Section 14» page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$100 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Woodland Cemetery ABSoclatlon. 
Total 



$100 00 



$100 00 



•^F^^nm^^^ 



136 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



PAPER FOR STATE PRINTING. 

(Section 16, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 
Deficiency appropriation 



Total. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



I18.D00 00 
5,973 90 

$23,973 90 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Andreen, Oscar, paper , 

Cole County Democrat, advertising bids... 

Dlggs, Duke, drayage 

Graham Paper Co., paper 

Knapp, Geo., & Co., advertising bids , 

Press Printing Co., advertising for bids 

lihen, J. H., drayage , 

Tribune Printing Co., advertising for bids. 



Total. 



12,453 20 

6 86 
24 35 

21,406 65 
34 50 

7 00 
9 25 

31 71 



123,973 52 



STATIONERY FOR STATE DEPARTMENTS. 

(Section 17, page 5, L«aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 
Deficiency appropriation 



Total. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Andrew, Oscar, stationery 

Barnard, Geo. D., & Co., stationery 

Clark, C. L., stationery 

Cole County Democrat, advertising for bids. 

Graham Paper Co., stationery 

Knapp, Geo., & Co., advertising 

Monnig, Hugo, stationery 

Manchester, O. H., stationery 

Press Printing Co., advertising 

Remington Typewriter Co., stationery 

Tribune Printing Co 

Woodward, Tiernan & Co.. stationery 

Wyckoff, Seaman & Benedict, stationery 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



110.000 00 
6,935 39 



116,935 39 



14.432 23 

520 86 

1,382 70 

19 26 

1,112 47 

13125 

1,980 07 

1.064 83 

14 00 

949 62 

69 87 

400 00 

1,144 50 



113.211 55 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



^,419 50 
145 00 



1,839 34 
320 00 



$3,?23 84 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



ii7 



PRINTING REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS. 

(Section 15, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 
Deficiency appropriation ...: 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



121 42 

16,000 00 

2,756 10 



J18,777 52 
21 42 



;i6,756 10 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Hlgsins & Co., printing" 

Tribune Printing Co., printing:. 



Totals. 



$76172 
17,255 63 



$18,017 35 



$738 75 



$738 75 



PRINTING FOR EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS. 

(Section 15, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 
Deficiency appropriation 



Total. 



$16,000 00 
406 09 



$16,406 09 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Andreen, Oscar 

Barnard, Geo. D., & Co. 
Tribune Printing Co 



Totals. 



I 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



$900 00 

18 50 

10,668 27 



$11,586 77 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$355 00 

20 50 

4,443 82 



$4,819 32 



PRINTING LAWS AND JOURNALS. 

(Section 15, page 5, Laws 1903.') 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 
Deficiency appropriation 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Tribune Printing Co., printing. 
Totals 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$16 27 

8,000 00 

354 43 



$8,370 70 
16 27 



$8»364 43 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$6,878 79 



$6,878 79 



$1,129 12 



$1,129 12 



138 



Kill-OKI 01'' Tllli STATE AUUITOK. 



PUBLISHING DECISIONS SUPREME COURT. 

(Section 15. page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 
Deficiency appropriation 



'I' 



Total. 



m.080 00 
857 &2 



$11,937 62 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Green, John R 

Knapp. Geo., & Co., advertising:. 
Stephens, E. W., printing 



Totals. 



$9(10 
6,569 52 



$6,663 62 



$606 22 
4.667 6S 



$5,273 90 



PUBLISHING DECISIONS SUPREME COURT— ASSISTANTS. 

(Section 15, page 5, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



Belch, Idle M., stenographer 

Dumm, A. T., clerk 

Heinrlchs, J. P., furniture 

Menteer, T. J., janitor 

Rader, Perry S., expenses 



Totals. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued, 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 




$199 79 
3,600 00 



$3.799 79 
Id 



$3,799 60 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$600 00 
1.200 00 



$1,800 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



139 



PUBUSHING DECISIONS SUPREME COURT— CONTINGENT 

EXPENSES. 

(Section 16, pa^e 6, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



IGOOOO 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Blahop Furniture Co., furniture 

Clark, Claud L., merchandise 

Jeffreys, H. A., lamp 

Jefferson Heatinsr Co., repairs 

Johnson, A. R., repairs 

Kennard, J., & Son, carpet 

Menteer, T. J., janitor 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight. 

Pacific Express Co.r expressage 

Rader^ Perry S., expenses 

Rosa, Jno. N., paintlngr 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., repairs 

Tribune Prlntlngr Co., printing: 

Walther, L. M., chair 



Totals. 



189 85 

50 GO 



90 

2 60 

129 14 

45 00 

653 

395 

49 51 

85 00 



688 
450 



1423 76 



^50 



60 00 

437 

50 00 

400 
7 14 



^133 01 



PUBLISHING DECISIONS COURTS OF APPEAL. 

(Section 15, page 5, Laws 1908.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 
Deficiency appropriation 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



1115 

$10,000 00 

4,892 15 



114.893 30 
116 



$14,892 15 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Kanaas City World, publishing notice. 
Murph, J. H., publishing decisions.... 

McCoy, Li. F.. publishing decisions 

Stephens, E3. W., publishing decisions.. 



Totals. 



163 00 
8.849 05 
1.019 90 
7,072 00 



'_ 



1618 35 
1,768 00 



$12,003 96 



$2,886 85 



140 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BUREAU GEOLOGY AND MINES. 

(Section 27, page 7, Laws 1908.) 



Balanoe In former appropriation. 
Approj^riation for 1903 and 1904... 
Deficiency appropriation 



.1 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



S3.S96 21 

20,000 00 
10110 

123.996 31 
3,014 27 

$20.982 04 



Persons to whom warrants wore Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Andreen, Oscar, supplies 

Buckley, E. R., salary and expense 

Buehler, H. A., salary and expense 

Ball, S. H., salary and expense 

Bamee, Crosby & Co., etching: 

Brickley, S. C, janitor 

Bailey, Ralph, salary 

Craigrhead, B. B., member 

Fischer, O. A., merchandise 

GreKer, D. K., salary 

Gregg, H. H., member 

Gast, Aug., Bank Note Co.. supplies 

Helroberger, A., drayage 

Hall, E. B., salary and expense 

Harper, F. M., salary and expense 

Higgins, D. T., expense 

Hopkins. F. W., expense / 

Hardy, D. C, labor 

Johnson, H. F., drafting 

Jones. W. D., insurance 

Lloyd, W. J., labor 

Long, Ewin, stamps 

Library Bureau, book csase 

Lehman, L. G., labor 

Marbut, C. F., expense, etc 

Mound City Engraving Co., engraving 

Parker, Jesse, janitor 

Pickle Marble and Granite Co., cutting stone 

Putnam, L. T., labor 

Roesler, H. A., drafting 

Smith, H. A., salary and exi>ense 

Strobach, Lena, salary >. 

Shepherd. E. M., member 

Strobach, Chas., postage 

Tweed, W. J., drafting 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

Van Horn, F. B.. salary and expense 

Veatch, Otto, labor 

Wheeler, H. A., expense 

Whitehead, A. S., drafting 



$3,855 59 

1,185 45 

46 00 

27 37 



83 55 

110 

100 00 

92 00 



25 25 
219 33 
63 00 
1150 
700 
33 00 
56 75 
56 00 



50 00 
65 00 



Totals. 



147 20 

164 18 

217 25 

97 20 



7 00 

1.420 13 

380 00 

185 16 

55 00 

35 00 

5106 

730 79 

65 05 

23 50 

65 60 

$9,61100 



$298 00 
3,586 53 
1,167 32 



123 00 
56 00 
86 90 



54 75 
606 50 



550 



154 71 



46 15 

71190 
2100 

16 25 

1,530 00 

420 00 

42 25 



1,874 73 
668 55 



$11,371 04 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



141 



BUREAU LABOR STATISTICS^EXPENSES. 

(Section 28, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 190^ and 1904.. 

Total 

Balance canceled 

Balance 



13,511 63 
30,000 00 



936,511 63 
42 00 



$36,469 63 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Anderson, Wm., expense 

American Eixpress Co., expressage 

Andreen, Oscar, supplies 

American Arithnometer Co.. machine 

Bell Telephone Co., service 

Brenneissen, Joe, clerical work 

Buser, Josie, clerk 

Burkhardt, T. G., repairs 

Board of Labor Statistics of America 

CaJn, J. C, clerk 

l*apital Telephone Co 

Carter, M. A., special agent 

Clark, C. L., merchandise 

Clark, J. M., labor reports 

Distler. Chas., Janitor 

Dorsell, Wm., clerk ,. 

Fischer, G. A., merchandise 

Garretson, R. R., drayage 

Huddleston, Wm. , labor 

Home, Richard, Jr., labor 

Home, R. C, chief clerk 

Heinrichs, J. P., furniture 

Horrell, Tom, laundrying towels 

International Association, annual dues 

Jamison, A. B., clerk 

Knaup, Ada. clerk 

Lane. Charles, boxes 

Libby. Williams Paper Co -K 

Miller, Geo. B., clerk. 



Co., freight, 



Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co., service 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

Plzer, B., laundrying towels 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., service 

Ro2€Jll. Meda. clerk 

Robinson, Geo., F., postage 

Shlpp, Ella, clerk : 

Schleer Bros., merchandise 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Sweeney, D. P., labor 

Smith Premier T3T)ewriter Co., machine 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

Trimble, H. B., clerk 

TaJley, A. C, clerk 

U. S. Express Co., expressage.s 

Votz. B. Z., map 

woodward, Tlernan Stationery Co., supplies. 

White, Jno. S., derk 

Western Union Telegraph Co., service 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Wilkerson, C. W., labor 



Totals. 



91,025 17 
30 



900 
150 00 



763 24 

2S 50 

55 20 

17 90 

11 00 

180 00 

495 05 

60 

1 50 



1,541 91 

26 00 

6 50 



1,615 13 
20 00 



95 00 

35 

5 80 



900 00 

273 54 

907 50 

1 % 

18 95 



2.644 00 
1,338 06 



16 23 



1,866 20 

460 

66 00 







914,090 05 



91,110 16 

1 90 
82 Ul 

375 00 

2 50 

570 00 

2 00 

11 00 

31 65 

1 30 

180 00 

1,197 55 

4 55 

24 00 

7 00 

1,559 00 

6 00 

16 25 

1,609 35 

2 75 
4 90 



12 05 

40 

62 44 

70 
900 00 

900 00 

1 35 

20 40 

15 00 

52 75 

2,640 88 

411 29 

1,334 37 

12 67 

98 

696 00 

1,848 19 

3 60 

365 00 

6 00 



916,082 74 



14^ 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



PAY OF MINE INSPECTORS. 

(Section 27, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$6,000 00 



Persons to whom wEirrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Qulnbx, Geo., B., inspector. 
Totals 



1337 60 



1337.50 



11,500 00 



$1,500 00 



STATE MINE INSPECTOR— EXPENSES. 

(Section 29, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



1388 19 
4,800 00 



16,188 19 
165 64 



15,022 55 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Bvans, Charles, expense 

Quinby, Greo. S.. expense... 
Williams, Geo. K., expense. 

Tbtals 



$1,316 40 

148 00 

1,029 64 

$2,494 64 



$1,238 85 
619 S."! 
593 38 

$2,45178 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



143 



STATE MINE INSPECTOR— PRINTING, ETC. 

(Section 29, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904 
Detlcency appropriation 

Total 



95.00000 
664 &3 

15,564 53 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



American Express Co., expressage 

Bruegging, Harry, labor 

Ctilaholm, Geo. R., clerb: 

Clark, C. Li., wall paper, etc 

Capital Telephone Co., service 

Hawkins, George, labor 

Johnson, A. R., cases 

Marsteller, J. W., salary, etc , 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight. 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

Postal Tel. & Cable Co., service 

Robinson, Geo. F., postage 

Ross, Jno. N., painting, etc 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schultz I>ry Goods Co., carpet 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

U. S. Express Co., expressage 

Vogt, B. Z., map 

Western Union Tel. Co., service 

Wright, Robert, Janitor 

Williams, Geo. K., expenses 

Wagner, W. W., postage 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



n 50 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



350 00 
101 18 

15 00 
2 25 

53 00 
50190 

48 40 



58 27 



5000 
44 50 
11 76 
73 15 
1,708 22 
1 65 



Totals 




$3,333 96 



10 60 
61 25 



16 45 



880 

7 44 

2 36 

44 09 

80 



585 

1,940 18 

50 

98 

785 

10 00 

124 42 

$2,230 57 



144 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE LIBRARY— USE OF. 

(Section 20, page 6, 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 

Deficiency appropriation 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance * 



136 27 
6,000 00 
1,284 02 



$7.320 29 
19 27 



17,30102 



Ptraona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



American Law Regridter, sub 

Albany Law Journal, sub 

American I^aw Book Co., books 

American Kxpress Co., service 

Bell, J. P., & Co., supplies 

Bancoft, Whiting & Co., books 

Boston Book Co., books 

Burkel & Holt, flies, etc 

Columbia Law Review, supplies 

Callahan & Co., books 

Central Law Journal Co 

Cockcroft, Jas. D., book 

Chicag-o Legal News Co., supplies. 

Dufresne, T. P., book 

Flood, T. H. & Co., books 

Globe Printing Co., 
Hines, C. C, Sons 
Historical Pub. Co. 
Knapp, Geo. & Co. 






sub 

& Co., books. 

, books 

sub 



Lawyers Co-Operative Pub. Co.» books. 

Mississippi Valley Press Co., books , 

Missouri Paciflc Ry. Co., freight 

Munn & Co., sub 

McCullough, S. J., supply 

New Hampshire State Library 

Pipes-Reed Book Co., books 

Paciflc Express Co., oxpressage 

Powell, L. D., book 

Poors Ry. Manual 

Remick, Schilling & Co., book.s 

Reed- Adams & Co., books 

Review Pub. Co., sub 

Reform Club , 

Stenup & Stuever Pub. Co 

Smith, H. I., books 

The Medloco Legal Journal 

The U. S. Co-Operative Bureau 

The Literary Digest, sub 

The Michle Co., books 

The Banks Law Pub. Co., books 

Thompson, Edw. Co., books 

The LannlDg Co., sub 

Thomas Law Book Co., books 

The Law Reporter 

The Canadian Law Review 

The Lawyers Co-Operative Co 

U. S. Express Co 

U. S. Patent Office, books 

University of Chicago, Press 

West Pub. Co 

White. J. T. & Co 

Yale Law Journal Co 



Totals. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$3 00 

3 00 

18 00 



36 00 

2,157 47 

415 80 



39 50 
5 00 
600 



4 80 

225 00 

600 

6 00 
16 00 

400 
42 10 

7 00 
493 



196 75 

20 

• 600 



18 50 

102 00 

5 00 



750 



3 00 
27 00 

7 50 
30 00 

4 00 
4 00 



22125 



5 00 
13,635 80 



$3 00 

3 00 
37 80 

4 32 
6 00 

24 00 

1,844 75 

690 25 

1175 

17 50 

600 

600 

4 40 

650 
600 
600 

540 



18 


120 


100 
6 00 


337 95 


3 96 


18 00 


10 00 


U 00 


24 00 


500 


14 00 


200 


3 00 


3 00 


- 6 00 


27 00 


500 


64 00 


19 75 


59 25 


3 00 


17 00 


54 10 


1 28 


30 00 


320 


234 25 


10 00 


2 50 



$3,646 29 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



145 



STATE LIBRARY— PAY JANITOR, 

(Section 20, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 
Deficiency appropriation 

Total 



$79 52 

1,500 00 

170 00 



11.749 52 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Art Metal Construction Co., shelving:, 

Bohn & Chlnn, Mdse 

Clark, C. L.., Mdse 

Cole County Democrat, printing: , 

Fischer, G. A., Mdse 

Hoye Directory Co 

Jeffreys, H. A., repairs 

Menteer, A. J., janitor , 

Menteer, W. R., shelving , 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co 

Noland. Wood, laundry 

Pacific Express Co., expressage 

RobTnson, Geo. F., iwstage 

Swift, H. A., ice 

Schultz Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Sinks, M. R., cuspadors 

Scotford Stamp & Seal Co., stamps. 

Schleer Bros, Mdse 

Tribune Printing Co., Tig 

The Davis Chair Co., chair 

Wycoff. Seaman & Benedict, Sta 

Wagrner, W. W., postagre 



I 



1270 00 

50 

2 30 

400 

2 00 



J 



600 00 

41 00 

96 

3 99 

65 



Totals 



$105 



1 75 
3 00 

10 00 

600 00 

41 00 

438 

2 43 



I 



18 87 
15 65 


15 95 


350 




120 




85 




4 50 




150 


1 22 


16 00 




2 20 




10 00 


14 00 


$999 66 


1694 78 



BOARD OF HEALTH- SUPPORT. 

(Section 26, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$10,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants Warrants 

issued In issued In 

1903. I 19(M. 



Aflcock, Dr. J. A. B 

Bankers & Merchants Lithographing Co., Sta. 

Detweiler. A. J., member 

E^rerett-Tltus Printing Co:, stationery 

Gordier, R. H., member 

Hamlin, M. M., member 

Havens, J. D. & Co., stationery 

Morrow, W. F., secretary 

McAllister, A. W., member 

McLinn, Robt. O 

Powell, D. T., member 

Tllley & Hutton, drugs 

Thatcher, J. T., member 



Totals 



$227 50 
800 00 
367 15 



212 25 

46 00 

2,655 21 




$4,547 38 



$54 70 
81 00 
518 14 
598 05 
202 25 



1,325 40 

182 85 

50 00 

61 25 

30 00 



$3, 103 64 



A-10 



146 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOARD OF HEALTH— EMERGENCY. 

(Section 2C, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$2,290 67 
2,016 87 

1273 70 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 




Warrants 

issued in 

IdM. 



Morrow, W. F., secretary. 

McLinn, R. O., expenses 

McAllister, A. W., expenses. 
Powell, D. T., expenses 



Total 



BOARD OF HEALTH FUND. 

(Section 26, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



110,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Adcock, J. A. B., member 

Bankers & Merchants Lithographing Co 

Detweller, A. J., member 

Dysart, B. Q., member 

Bverett-Tltus Ptg. Co., supplies 

Coodier, R. H., member 

Hamlin, M. M., member 

Morrow, W. F., member 

Miller, W. J., making list of doctors , 

McAllister, A. W., member I 

Powell, D. T., member 

Standard Printing Co., supplies 

Thatcher, J. T., member 



Totals 



I 



$352 15 




117 90 
654 92 



6S1 20 
323 50 



504 90 



$3,104 43 



$429 30 

97 50 

1,000 00 

47 00 

899 00 

150 20 

G20 30 

2,466 66 

160 00 

3S7 16 

607 38 

10 00 

537 80 

$6,882 28 



BOARD OF HORTICULTUREr-SUPPORT. 

(Section 26, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$810 54 
5,600 00 

$6,310 54 
20 

$6,310 34 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 




Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



W. T. Flournoy, treasurer. 
Oano, W. G., treasurer 



Totals 



$1.212 20 
1,617 21 

$2,829 41 



DISnURSEMKNTS. 



H7 



BOARD OF HORTICULTURE— PRINTING. 



Balance In former appropriation 


1 


S115 45 


Appropriation for 1908 and 1904 1 


6,500 00 








To tal 


$5,616 45 


Balance cancelled 1 


115 45 

O-bV -MW 








Balance 


16,600 001 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

19<M. 


Tribune PrIntlnR Co.. prlntlns: reports 


11,299 22 


11,200 78 






Totals 


11,299 22 


11,200 78 







FISH COMMISSION— SUPPORT. 



(Section 2, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Yennawine, Frank, treasurer 
Totals 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$125 oa 

5,600 oa 



$5,625 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$7,^ 00 ' 



$7,425 00 



$4,200 00 



$4,200 oq 



FISH COMMISSION— PURCHASE CAR. 



(Section —, page 6, Laws 1900.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$4,500 00 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Hicks, F. M., contract 

Yennawine, Frank treasurer 

Total 



I 
$4,000 00 

500 00 



$4.600 00 



148 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— SALARIES. 



(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1901.) 



Halance in former aDDroDrlation 


$141 85 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
1 Issued in 
1 1903. 

1 

noooo 

41 85 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


SUis. Geo. B.. secretary 




W nils. Snowden. ass't secretary 






- 


Total 


114185 









BOARD OF AGRICULTURE^SALARY SECRETARY. 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriated for 1903 and 1904 




$2,400 00 








PtTsona to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


KlUa, Geo. B., secretary 

Totals 


$1,100 00 
11,100 00 


$1,200 00 
$1,200 00 







BOARD-OF AGRICULTURE— CLERK HIRE. 



(Section 21, page 6, Iaws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



■t -• 



000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Willis, Snowden, clerk I $458 20 J $500 00 

Totals j $458 20 I $600 00 



DISBURSKMENTS. 



149 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— PRINTING. 

(Section 21, pagre 6» I^ws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



TotaJ 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Tribune Printing Co., printing reports. 
Totals 



1162 92 
6,000 00 



$5,162 92 
162 92 



15,000 00 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



J 



$2,019 73 



$2,019 73 



$2,320 98i 



$2,320 98 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— DISTRIBUTING REPORTS, 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants j Warrants 

issued in j issued in 

1903. 1904. 



Banks, H. H., treasurer. 
Totals 



I 



$250 00 J 
$250 00 I 



$250 00 



$250 00 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— MONTHLY CROP REPORTS. 

(Section 21, page 6, T^ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$2,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Wtgrrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Banks, H. H., treasurer. 
Totals 



$750 00 



$750 00 



$900 00 



$900 00 



ISO 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— FARMERS INSTITUTES. 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 3903.) 



Appropriation for 3903 and 1904. 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



no.ooooo 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Banks, H. H., treasurer. 
Totals 



I I 

$4,000 00 1 $4,600 00 

600 00 



HOOOOO 



I $4. 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— MEMBERS EXPENSES. 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



ADDronriation for 1903 and 1904 




$1,200 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


1 Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Banks, H. H., treasurer 


$600 00 


$600 00 


Totals 


$600 00 


$600 00 









BOARD OF AGRICULTURE— OFFICE EXPENSES. 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 | $1,000 00 

I 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Banks, H. H., treasurer. 
Totals 



"I 
I $50000 



$500 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$500 00 



$500 00 



BOARD OF AGRICULTURE^VETERINARY SERVICE. 

(Section 21, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$16,200 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Banks, IT. IT., trcMSurer .' f $7,500 00] $6.800 00 



Totals 



$7.500 00 

I I 



$6,800 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



151 



DISEASED ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED. 

(Section 21, page 6, I^awB 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1906 and 1904 
Deficiency appropriation 

Total 



13,000 00 
2.729 66 

15,729 66 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co., St. Louis City , 

Adams, Lewis, -Jackson county , 

Anderson, B. F., Jackson county , 

Andrews, John, Jackson county , 

Adams, J. E., Jackson county 

Adler, Wm., Jackson county 

Barnes, Jno. W., Jackson county 

Bowen, Mat, Jackson county 

Bodow, Geo., Jackson county 

Brewer, J. B., Jackson county , 

Brus, B., Jackson county 

Brooks Bros., Jackson county 

Brockett. C. A., Jackson county 

Bumap, T. P., Jackson county , 

Bauer,' C. F., Jackson county 

Burks, J. W., Greene county 

Bolan Darnal Coal Co., Jackson county 

Bishop. C, Jackson county 

Buriey, Geo., Jaokson county 

Booth, A., Packing Co., Jackson county 

Barlow, T. J., Jackson county 

Bean, W. H., Jackson county 

Clause, Tee and Coal Co., Jackson county 

Crockett, T. J., Jackson county 

Cheseman. Dan, Jackson county 

Chapman, O. W., Jackson county 

Comstock, N. H., Jackson county 

Collins, W. H., Jackson county 

CiOTeland, M. J., Jackson county 

Cohen, Joe, Jackson county 

Cull, D. W., Jackson county 

Convent, L. D., Jackson county 

Cooper, Wm., Jackson county 

Clark, A. B., Jackson county 

Cuscione, Joe, Jackson county 

Cole, W. H.. Jackson county 

Church, A. N., Jackson county 

Dugdale. M., Buchanan county 

Dean, Geo., Jackson county 

Daunerheim, Chas., St. Louis city 

Dennis, W. G., Jackson county 

Dunklin, Henry, St. Louis city 

Dueeer, W. C, St. Louis county 

Dunkley, Henry, St. Louis city 

Donovan, J. T., Jackson county % 

Depot Carriage and Buggy Co., Jackson county , 

Dehoney, D. W., Jackson county 

Dickey, Clay, Mfg. Co., Jackson county , 

Donnelley. Jerry, Jackson county 

Dawson. Wm., Jackson county 

BSagle Construction Co.. Jackson county 

Bmmitt, Geo.. St. Louis county , 

Bdwardis, J. T., Jaokson county 

Bverett, G. L., Jackson county..' , 

Ellis. Hubert. Jackson county 

English, S. F., Jackson county 

Fehlig, J. B., Jackson county , 

Foster, Frank, Daviess county 4 

Faulkner, Adam, Jackson county , 

Glassner & Bruzen, Jackson county 

Oreenman & Fredson, Jackson county 

Gibson, H. J., Jackson county 

Grimes, B. W., St. Louis city 

Gilwee, L., Jacduon county 

Gray, Geo. D., Jackson county 

Grafeman, T., St. Louis dty 

Goodman, Geo., Jackson county ^ 

Grand Union Tea Co., Jackson county 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



125 00 
20 00 

25 00 
16 00 
20 00 
16 00 
10 00 

26 00 
600 

26 00 
20 00 
28 00 
82 00 
26 00 
16 00 
26 00 
20 00 
10 00 

15 00 
20 00 

16 00 
200 

10 00 
26 00 
10 00 

600 
16 00 

6 00 
10 00 
10 00 
16 00 

600 

600 

15 00 
20 00 

16 00 
10 00 
20 00 

600 
26 00 
26 00 
75 00 
26 00 
25 00 
20 00 
116 00 
20 00 
20 00 
15 00 
25 00 

25 00 
15 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
10 00 
10 00 

26 00 
10 00 
25 00 
15 00 
20 00 

275 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
15 00 
15 00 



152 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DISEASED ANIMALS SLAUGHTERED— Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Ganne. John, Jackson county 

Goldsmith, C, Jackson county 

Hayne, B. B., Jackson county 

Hayne Bros., Jackson- county .•. 

Huff, Geo., Bates county 

Hunt, R. L., Jackson county 

Hunt, O. N., Jackson county 

Hornberg. H. H., St. Ix)uis city 

Hayes, Pat, Greene county 

Hoffman, T. J., Jackson county 

J^ohn, Augrust, Jackson county 

Huffey, W. H,, Jackson county 

Hirer, Henry, St. Louis city 

Hicks, Frank, Jackson county 

Hayes. P. M., Jackson county 

Hallowell Cement Co., Jackson county 

Herrinjfton, J. A., Jackson county 

Hull, G. S., Jackson oounty 

Isenson, Louis, St. Louis city 

Johnson, N. G., Jackson county 

Jackson, N. P., Jackson county 

Jenkins, Aloe, Greene county 

Joffee, B. B., Jackson county 

Jackson Kene, Jackson county 

Johnson, Henry, Jackson county 

Jones, Geo R., Jackson county -... 

Jones, I. N., Clinton county 

Johnson, W. T., Jackson coimty 

Kenston, A., Jackson county 

Kitchen, L. G., Saline county 

Kansas City Hay Press Co., Jackson county 

Kansas City Bottling Works, Jackaon county 

Kratzman, J. M., Jackson county 

Kessling, W. D.. Jackson county 

Leiske. Julius, .Tackson county 

Lynn, Joe, Jackson county 

Leonard, J. L., Buchanan county 

I^wellen, J. W., Audrain county 

Long, Adam, Jackson county 

Lohr, A. M., Saline county 

Litcher, Geo., Jackson county ^. 

Lukin, E., Jackson county 

Lash, B., Jackson county 

l*ynch, H. N., Jackson county 

Lee. W. P., Jackson county 

Lach, Jno. B., Jackson county 

Leeper. Dan, Jackson county 

Menefee. Geo.. Jackson county 

Markwltz, B., Jackson county 

Mounts, A. G., Atchison county 

Miricle, John, Newton county 

Miller, J. D., Jackson county 

Mirtzwa, John, Ralls county < 

Meyers, J. P., Marlon county 

Maxwell, J. P., Jackson county 

Merber, Geo., Jackson county.: 

Malley, R. H., Jackson county 

Miller Teaming Co., Jackson county 

Maas, H,. Jackson county 

Maunnbach, G. J., Jackson county ' 

Miller, Alfred, Jackson county 

McClure, E., Jackson county 

Mclntlre, Jas., Jackson county 

Nichols, T^ewis, Jackson county ., 

Norton, John, Jackson county 

Nichols, Geo., Jackson county 

Newcastle, Chas., Jackson county 

Newberry, Sam, Pulaski county 

Nofslnger, E., Jackson county 

Norton, D., Jackson county 

Nichols, Albert, Jackson county I 

Oldham, W. D., Jackson county I 

Potter, W. M., Jackson county I 

Perry, B. A., Jackson county I 

People Ice and Fuel Co., Jackson oounty 

Philips, Henry, Jackson county 

Payne, Goo.. Newton county I 

Payne, M. D., Jackson county j 



110 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 
75 00 
8 00 
90 00 
20 00 

25 00 
800 
8 00 

26 00 
*25 00 

600 
20 00 

25 00 
35 00 
10 00 
75 00 
IS 00 
15 00 

26 00 

15 00 
25 00 
20 00 
10 00 

200 00 

16 00 
500 

90 00 
10 00 
15 00 
5 00 
20 00 
10 00 
20 00 
25 00 
600 00 
15 00 

25 00 
40 00 
18 00 
35 00 
15 00 
10 00 
15 00 

26 00 
10 00 
15 00 

25 00 

26 00 
15 00 
20 00 
25 00 

266 
20 00 

5 00 
15 00 
10 00 
25 00 
15 00 
10 00 

5 00 
10 00 
40 00 
40 00 
15 00 
25 00 
15 00 
10 00 
20 00 
25 00 
10 00 
25 00 

24 00 
15 00 
50 00 

25 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



153 



DISEASED ANIMALS SLAUGHTBRED-Contlnued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Peoples Union Mer. Co., Jackson county. 

Prach, Adolph, St. Louis city 

Pyle, Isaac, Jackson county 

Paris, Mike, Jackson county 

Parlarsky, John, Jacicson county ". 

Pitcher, A. M., -Jackson county 

Poush, Geo., Jackson county 

Pyle, W. P.. Jackson county 

Reynols, M. P., Jackson county 

Reams, R. G., Jackson county 

Rodifield. Henr>', St. Louis city 

Royle, J. C, Jackson county 

Rinehardt, A. A.. Jackson county 

Reidenhour, A., Jackson county 

Rodgrers, Allen, Jackson county 

Smith, A. S., Marion county 

Southard, G. W., Benton county 

Schneider, W. S., Jackson county 

Smith, J. S., Jackson county 

Swarz, Alex., Jackson county; 

Sheeley Transfer Co., Jackson county 

Stoop, H., Jackson county 

Sayers, Sampson, Jackson county 

Schrlber, Ross, Jackson county 

Southers Paving Co., St. Louis city 

Schreve, D. T., Buchanan county 

Studen, Max, Jackson county 

Scott, W., Benton county 

Stark, W. H., Jackson county 

Shaw, Morris, Jackson county 

Schriber, Wm., Jackson county 

Stanley, Wm., Jackson county 

Spector, Louis, Jackson county 

Smedley, H. K., Wright county 

Simeon, J. D., Jackson county 

Shehan, Mike, Jackson county 

Studds Transfer Co., Jackson county... 

Sorley, Z., Jackson county 

Sahliecher, C. P., Jackson county 

Scammon, A-, Jackson county 

Speis, R. A., St. Louis city 

Swartzum, I., Jackson county 

Sherman. W. M., Jackson county 

Tipton, James, Jackson coimty 

The Bear Fuel Co., Jackson county 

Trott, A. v., Jackson county 

Tagrgert, T. G., Jackson county 

Tilley, W. L., Daviess county 

Tillman, Henry, Jackson county 

Taylor, L., Jackson county 

Tipton & Love, St. Clair county 

Taulman, G. W., Jackson county 

Thach, J. A., Barry county 

Trainer, Thos., Jackson county 

Tatty, L. M., Jackson county 

Van Cafnp, John, Jackson county 

Weis, Charles, Jackson county 

Williamson, E., Jackson county 

Weber, A., Jackson county 

WinWe, J. W., Jackson county 

West, A. S., Jackson county 

Wise, W. A., Jackson county 

White, W. H., Jaclcson county 

Wade, J. O., Jackson county 

Willlngton, J. T., Jackson county 

Williams, T. A., Jackson county 

Ward, Edgar, Jackson county 

West, A. A., Christian county 

Wienman, Gus., St. Louis city 

Walker, C. D., Jack.«(on county 

Wolfe, J. S., Jackson county 

White, Albert, Jackson county 

Williamson, T. A., Jackson county 

Young, S. W., Jackson county 

Zummerman, Edw., Jackson county 



Total. 



18 00 
60 00 
10 00 
10 00 
20 00 
20 00 
50 00 
10 00 
10 00 
10 00 

25 0(> 
800 

10 00 
10 00 
15 00 
20 00 
50 00 
20 00 
20 00 

26 00 
20 00 
10 00 
36 00 
25 00 
40 00 
60 00 
10 00 
60 00 
10 00 
15 00 
25 CO 
25 00 
15 00 
20 00 
20 00 
15- 00 
60 00 
15 00 

10 on 

15 00 
25 00 
15 00 
10 00 
15 00 

15 on 

15 00 
20 00 
25 00 
20 00 
10 00 
100 00 
15 00 
25 00 
10 00 
25 00 
15 00 
10 00 

20 no 

15 00 

in on 
m 00 
10 or) 
29o no 
10 00 
20 no 
20 00 
20 00 

60 00 

25 00 
15 00 
10 00 
15 00 
f) 00 
10 00 
20 00 



15,729 66 



154 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



NATIONAL GUARD SUPPORT. 

(Section 24, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation ( 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 f. 

Total 



$563 37 
40.000 00 



|40»563 37 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



American Express Co., expressage 

Armstrong Mfg. Co., merchandise 

Adams, A. V., expense 

Akhurst Arms Co., rifle cases 

Army and Navy Journal, subscription 

Andrews, R. B., rent 

Bates County Democrat, printing 

Bruegglng, Harry, labor 

Broaddus, W. T., armory rent, etc 

Bauer, M. J., Janitor 

Barnard, Geo. D., & Co., books 

Beck, Geo. J., supplies 

Bonfrey, B. L., expenses 

3urnap Stationery Co., supplies 

Burley, Fred, labor 

Combe Printing Co., supplies 

Clark, C. L., merchandise 

Casey & O'Keef, gun case 

Clinkenbeard, H. L., expense 

Clark Bros., armory rent 

Clark, H. C, expense 

Chicago & Alton Ry. Co., freight 

Coliseum Amusement Co., armory rent — 

Chlsholm, Geo. R., clerical work 

Cape Girardeau Waterworks Co., light 

Chambers, W. L., expenses 

Clay, J. B., expenses 

Clay B. C, expenses and rent 

Chicago, R. I. & Pacific Ry., freight, etc. 

Cocke, W. H., rent and expenses 

Duncan, W. T., expenses 

Dallmeyer Dry Goods Co., boxes 

Diggs, Duke, drayage 

Dameron, W. T., expenses 

Dowdy, J. J., rent , 

Durst, H. D.. armory expenses :, 

DeGraft, C. E.. armory expenses 

DeArmond, J. A., armory expenses , 

Elston, Geo. Li., Janitor 

Franz, Tj. J., expenses , 

Fidelity Storage Co., drayage, etc 

Fisher, Jno. S., armory rent 

Globe Mercantile Co., boxes 

Glllen, W. C, armory expon.se , 

Garlick, C. H. T., expenses 

Harper, Jas. E., expenses 

Hager, W. L., expenses , 

Hlatt, W. E., expenses 

Hollenbech, A. T., armory expenses 

Hart, Ethel, telephones 

Halliburton, W., labor 

Huffman, J. D., expenses 

Hopkins, Guy, expenses 

Johnson, V. M., expenses 

James, Sam W., expenses 

Jackson, N. D., expenses 

Jackson, Henry, expenses 

Kansas City Transfer Co., drayage 

Kansas City Auction Co., storage 

Knight, O. B., expenses < 

Lynch, Geo. I., expenses 

Livingston, C. G., Janitor 

Little, W. R., expenses 

Lafferty, A. W., expenses 



112 92 

825 

10 80 

150 00 



75 00 
16 00 
5100 
62 00 
84 00 



27 15 

38 75 

30 00 

807 90 

9 39 

2,250 00 

82 00 

500 



3 30 

4 00 
13 12 
90 00 

198 38 
68 88 



30 75 



1 60 

166 00 

9 71 



216 55 
212 20 



154 25 
210 90 
16101 



12 50 
7 78 



10 00 
4150 
26 90 



$1 60 

17 30 

600 

800 80 

22 50 

10 00 



10 75 

12 40 

400 

270 

8816 

1,069 85 

89 35 
2,600 00 

600 00 

868 

84 20 
273 46 

26 66 
115 45 

22 40 

1120 

90 00 
84128 

83 00 

17 62 
3150 

60 00 

486 20 

83 50 

28 00 

10 00 

528 80 

89100 

238 90 

730 

52 60 

125 00 

618 66 

543 65 

875 00 

91 20 
26 69 



27 20 



13 26 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



155 



NATIONAL. GUARD SUPPORT-Contlnued. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 






Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Lewis, Thomas, labor 

Lechtman, Cusll, armory expenses 

lAclede Lumber Co., lumber 

Lechtman Printingr Co., printing 

Lawsgn, John, labor , 

London. A. C, expenses 

Lynch, Geo. D. expenses , 

Murray, W. J., expenses , 

Martin, Virgil, expenses 

Mitchell, H., armory expenses , 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., transportation, etc. 

Missouri and Kansas Telephone Co., service , 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co, transportation, etc 

Mann, Independence, extra labor 

Morrison, J. M., rent 

Muehler, H. H., arm expenses 

Magnolia Light and Power Co., light 

Murch Bros., carpenter work 

Morton, Daniel, expenses 

McGinty, James, expenses 

Mclntire, R., expenses 

McNeely, J. D., expenses 

McDonald, C. C., expenses 

McKinley, C. A., expenses , 

McCann, D. D., expenses 

Nixon, W. A., expenses 

Oliver, A. L., expenses 

Ovelgoemer, A. B., telegrrams 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co., service 

Pacific Express Co., expressagc 

Payne, R. D., armory expenses 

Page, J. R., armory expenses 

Robinson, W. S., rent, etc 

Rumbold, F. M., rent, etc 

Relger, J. E., expenses 

Smith, W. J., expenses 

Smith Preimer Typewriter Co., repairs 

Scott E. C, typewriter 

Sinclair, C. A., expenses <. 

Stringfellow, W. B., rent and expense 

Schafer, W. B., armory expenses 

Stewart, B. K., expense 

Stepp, W. D., expense 

Sykes. James, janitor 

The EYed May Co., supplies 

Tucker, H. L.. expenses 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

Tucker, Paul, expenses 

Union Transfer Co., drayage 

U. S. Express Co., expressage 

Wermlcke, Macy. supplies 

W^ebster, Geo., K., expenses 

Walton Trust Co., rent 

Wright, Robert, Janitor 

Westerji Union Telegraph Co., service 

Willis, L. T.. expenses 

Warren, S. B., expenses 

Walker, S., expenses 

Ward, John L., expenses 



122 58 

2.632 46 

218 02 

16 60 

200 

22 38 



1,400 89 

806 75 

121 80 

268 46 

97 50 

120 00 

75 00 

10 30 

302 75 



41 20 
10 75 
82 50 
61 65 



105 00 



168 62 
15.5 20 
119 68 



349 75 
79 90 



1,380 49 
96 55 
67 40 
44 90 
60 00 



136 36 
45 86 

209 45 

18 06 

35 



170 00 
71 05 

185 25 
88 15 

105 08 



Totals I $14.834 06 



$5 10 
4,163 82 

4850 



22 88 
600 

40 25 
426 74 
122 94 
104 26 
720 45 



165 00 



15 40 

106 00 

29 56 

70 29 

214 14 

7 90 

15 60 

13 48 
250 

8 75 
419 48 

366 54 
427 25 

11 05 

16 45 
50 00 
10 00 

2.590 03 
26 75 



780 00 
25 38 

161 50 
442 92 



20 06 

68 30 

100 00 

20 50 

34 17 

503 34 

252 00 

66 80 



$21,897 96 



I5C 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



NATIONAL GUARD SUPPORT— DEFICIENCY. 

(Section 24. page 6. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Broaddua, W. T.. Company H., expense's 
Bonfoey. B. L., Company B, expenses.. 

Halghly, J. W., Jr., armory rent 

Little, W. R., Company A., expenses 

l<echtman, Cusil, armory expenses, etc., 

Mitchell, H., armory expenses, etc 

Relffor. J. B., Company C, expenses 

Sisson. N. P., regiment expenses 

Sinclair, C. A., regiment expen.ses 

Stringfellow, W. E., regiment expenses.. 
Stepp, W. D., expense 

Total 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$7.000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$23 45 

101 09 

66 66 

166 00 

3,679 71 

1,849 60 

116 95 

142 84 

575 4-3 

29189 

74 01 



$6,977 63 



WORLD'S FAIR FL'ND— SUPPORT OF NATIONAL GUARD. 

(Section 24, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



1 



Adams, A. V., expenses 

Armour Packing Co., supplies 

Beck, W. H., & Son, supplies 

Bonfoey, B. L 

Haptlste Tent Co., use of tent 

(Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Ry. Co.. transportation 

C^olumbla Stables, team« 

Clinkenbeard, H. L., telegrams 

Clark, H. C, expenses 

Dameron, W. T.. expenses 

Dregg Tea & Coffeo Co. . supplies 

F3mery, J. O., expenses 

Eilerman, Frank - 

Ellis A 

Fisher, Jno. S., expenses 

Famous Dry Goods Co., merchandise 

Ferrell, H. E.. Mdse 

GlUen, W. C, expenses I 

Hager, W. L, . expenses ' 

Hiatt, W. E., expenses I 

Hannibal & St. Joe Ry. Co., triinsi>ortatiort I 

Houck, Gibony I 

James, San W., expenses I 

Johnson, V. M., expenses ' 

Keyes-Marshall Livery Co. , teams I 

Lechtman, Cusil, expenses, etc I 

Lafferty, A. W 

Letts, W. R 

Leuking, A. C, horse hire I 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co., supplies I 

Lynch, Geo., expenses j 

Mound City Livery Co i 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co 

Mitchell, H 

Mier, T. W 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co 

Morton, Dan'l, expenses 

Mabry, W. L., expenses I 

Merchants Express Co r 

McGlnty, James, expenses ) 



$34 00 
35 00 



16 GO 

28 00 

139 85 

800 



15 00 
48 00 



24 25 



1,708 14 
21 81 



I 



86 45 

200 



162 00 

3,13013 

48 30 

15 00 

4G0 40 



$50,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$46 30 

1,382 40 

128 40 



1,684 01 
48 00 



26 00 



20 00 
%00 


24 00 
15 00 


24 25 
26 57 
24 40 


34 50 

32 15 

438 00 

803 64 


138 00 
688 00 

47 15 

428 00 

2,414 74 

69 66 


1.014 20 

25 25 

20 00 

340 86 

82 20 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



157 



WORLD'S FAIR FUND-SUPPORT OF NATIONAL GUARDS-Contlnued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



McCann, D. D., expenses 

McKenna, expenses, etc 

Ostermeyer, H. C, x)aintlnfir 

Oliver, A. L., expenses 

Payne, R. D., expenases 

Polar Wave Ice & Fuel Co., supplies 

Qulncy, Omaha & Kansas City Ry. Co., trans. 

Rattican, Wm., haulinsr water 

Robinson, Capt., expenses and rent 

Raup, W. A., expenses 

Reiger, J. B : 

Rumbold, F. M 

Robinson, V. S., supplies 

Scudder-Oale Gro. Co., supplies 

Smith, Greo. L., horse hire 

Slater, Alex, labor 

Stepp, W. D 

Strlngfellow, W. B5 

Scott & Lynch 

St. Louis & Memphis Ry. Co., trans 

St. Louis & San Frisco. Ry. Co., trans 

St. Louis & Southern Ry. Co., trans 

Tandy, H. C, supplies 

Tuttle, J. A., freight 

Tucker, H. L., telephone 

The Ames Palace Car Co., rent of car 

Union Transfer Co 

Wrigrht, Frank, labor 

Wills, L. T., expenses 

Williams, T. T.. repairs 

W^llklnson, F. F. palnUngr 

Wabash Ry. Co., trans 

Warren, S. B.. expenses •. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$35 88 



280 50 



132 95 

175 

69 72 



103 25 
800 
435 

284 08 
600 

463 74 'I 
2,135 82 

159 60 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



10 85 

29 65 

30 00 
12 60 




$124 25 

130 00 

20 00 

32 10 

ISl 55 

212 55 

24 00 

295 00 



900 40 

115 75 

1,399 79 



357 91 



150 00 



Totals $12,955 73 



22 50 

49 05 

145 00 

2,256 11 
31 30 

$16,517 83 



STATE CADETS SUPPORT. 

(Section 25, page 6, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$330 49 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Conn, H. C, band instruments 
Henderson Ames Co., Mdse 

Total 




STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY SUPPORT. 

(Section 24a, page 6, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904, 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 

issued in 

1908, 



.1 



$2,500 00 
$2,500 00 



$5,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$2,500 00 
$2,500 00 



1^8 



l?Er0UT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS— SALARY SEC- 
RETARY. 

(Section 24a, pa^re 6, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904., 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



■ 



$83 28 
2.000 00 



92,083 28 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Robertson, Wes L., secretary... «. 



11,000 08 



11.000 00 



BOARD OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS— EXPENSES, 

(Section 24a, pagre 6, Laws 1908.) 



Balance In form.er appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Hurt, Julia, member 

I^oos, Eld. Fred V., member 

Pettljohn, A. C, member 

Perry, Mary E5., member 

Robertson, Wes L., member 

Robinson, H. E., member 

Tribune Printing Co., supplies. 

Thorpe, Hellen, member 

Wormack, Ralph, member 



Totals 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$298 89 
8,000 00 



13,296 89 
215 G9 



13,063 20 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$58 80 
137 64 
97 90 
83 96 
836 40 
484 75 



127 28 



$1,326 73 



$467 20 

58 40 

80 75 

286 83 

648 60 

18 84 

86 65 

257 03 



$1,754 10 



MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LEVEE. 

(Section 1, page 40, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Lievee District No. 1, Mississippi county. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$20,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$19,688 20 



DlSfiURSEMENTS. 



tS9 



BEER INSPECTION— SALARIES. 

(Section ZB, page 8, Laws 19jD3.) 



Balance In former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total , 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Crenshaw, G. Y., Inspector 

Barrett. R. C, deputy Inspector 

Drescher, Edward, deputy inspector. 

Downey, J. j., deputy inspector 

Winters, N. J., deputy inspector 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



13.000 00 
1.600 00 
1.500 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 



99,000 00 



$774 20 
18,000 00 



118,774 20 
24 20 



118,750 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$3,000 00 
1,600 00 
1.500 00 
1,600 00 
1,166 67 



$8,666 67 



BEER INSPECTION— EXPENSES. 

(Section 33, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total I 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$10,901 34 
24,000 00 



$34,901 34 
10,400 14 



$24,501 20 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Barrett, R. C, expenses , 

Barnard, Geo. D. & Co., stationery. 

Brown, M. P., derk 

Bell Telephone Co 

Crenshaw, G. Y., expenses 

Crenshaw, C. R., stamp clerk 

Commerdal Bldg. Co., rent 

Drescher, Edward, expenses 

Downey, J. J., expenses 

Eqtdtable Life Assurance Society 

Klnloch Telephone Co \, 

Kennard, J. & Son« Mdse 

Newman, B. W., clerk 

The May Co., furniture 

Williams, W. M., legal service 

Winters, N. J., expenses 



$262 07 

63 00 

1,500 00 

61 55 

495 82 

720 00 

675 00 

326 15 

174 15 

225 00 

60 00 

67 61 

900 00 



XiO 35 



$23190 

50 26 

1,675 00 

69 20 

336 92 

896 00 

323 00 

154 23 

900 00 

60 45 

1,075 00 

50 00 

5,000 00 

188 10 



Totals 



$5,900 70 $11,009 05 



1^/) 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL LIQOUR LICENSES REFUNDED. 

(Section 1, page 40, Laws 1904.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1901. 



.$20,742 96 



MANUFACTURERS. 



Name. 



Totals. 



Bennett & Harris , 

Eaton & W hi twell , 

Friedman, Keller & Co . . , 

Frlese, Peter 

Fray,0. C 

Front & Stout .. 

Fox, Geo. W 

Hermann Dlst. Co 

Ueronius, L. P 

Johnson, A.F 

Lower, A. W 

Lofton, ThoB. N 

Shores, J . A 

Shephard. Geo. H 

Stafford, E. G. & Co 

Snyder, Joseph 

Smiley, J. H 

Schwerlng. F. H 

Shelton. Oha.«». W 

Schrelner, John E 

Slebert, Michael 

Hchwelss, August 

Turnbull&Oo 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Dora. 

Pine 

Paducah, Ky . . . 

Daisy 

Perry 

Humansvllle... 
HifThlandsvlUe. 

Hermann 

Jake Prairie.... 

Edgerton 

Kenton 

Waco 

Flag Springs . . , 

(amonte 

Dogwood 

Ashton 

Annapolis 

Glen Allen 

Montevallo 

Seneca 

Lawrenceton... 

Zell 

Omba 



|l 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
00 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



936 00 



Stamps. 



13 00 

40 66' 



4 50 
140 47 

4 00 
10 Oo 
23 00 

4 

5 

2 



84 
00 
00 



20 15 
25 68 



43 19 

3 SO 
8 fO 
« 00 
200 



t343 13 



Total. 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



II 

3 

I 
41 

1 

1 

6 00 
141 97 

5 50 
1160 
25 10 

7 84 
650 
3 50 

21 65 
27 
1 



18 
50 



44 69 

4 70 
10 00 
760 
350 
1 50 



$381 13 



MERCHANTS. 



Anderson &. Son, O. B, . . . . 

Adair, T. W 

Arnold* Co., H.C 

Anderson, Frank M 

Aber, W. H 

Andrew Bros 

Adams & Lester 

Allee, E. M 

Anti- Monopoly Drug Co.. 

Allee, W. S 

Allen, T. T 

Adams, W. T 

Avery & McKay 

Alsop, T. V ;.. 

Anthony, S. F 

Andreas, G. H. J 

Adams, T. T 

Amsterd am Drug Co 

Apperson. J. B 

Adams, John M 

Adams Sc Cooper 

Agnew. J. P 

Allemang & Co 

Allemang, L. F. & Co 

Antrim & Cole 

Brandenberger, A 

Bolton. Theo. J 

Blackburn Bros 

Burcbett & Co.. J 

Brasher, Wm. L 

Berlin* Kelly 

Bernard^John F 

Bender, W. C 

Bennett, J. T 



Kcytesville 

Archie 

428 M ain St. , Kansas City*. '. '. . .... 

Conway 

Montherrat 

Rea 

N or borne 

Speed 

Carthage 

Glean 

Liberty 

R Ichards 

Troy 

N^w Franklin 

Harrlsburg 

3001 Shenandoah Ave., St. Ixiuls.. 

South Greenfield 

Amsterdam 

Belmont 

Lock wood 

M arshal 1 

218 Campbell St., Springfield ... 

Trlplett 

Snyder 

Steffenville 

Jefferson City 

4 linton 

Blackburn 

Princeton 

870 Boonville Sc. , Springfield 

Princeton 

Fairfield 

11th & Frederick Ave., St. Joseph 
Laredo 



11 50 



1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
00 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



$3 00 
500 
5 00 
3 00 
200 



3 50 
250 

4 45 

9 80 



7 
3 



10 
00 



923 
7 80 



5 00 



6 30 
10 75 

38 



00 

74 

50 

40 

50 

00 

30 

9 00 

3 00 

11 00 



1 
1 
4 

2 

7 



14 50 

6 50 
8 00 



4 
3 
1 
5 
4 



50 
50 
50 
00 
00 



6 95 

11 30 

8 60 

4 50 

10 73 

50 

30 

5U 

fM) 

£0 

50 

80 



1 

9 
J 
1 
6 
1 
7 
12 25 



1 
1 
1 
2 



as 

50 
50 
50 

2 24 

3 00 
2 90 
6 00 
350 
8 80 

10 50 

4 50 
12 50 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



l6l 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES RBPUNDBD-Contlnued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



Barnes & Parrlsh 

Brockman, H. H 

Brlcker, J. N 

Bandel, Edward F 

Brewer, John II 

Brasfleld, W. R 

Beoler& Co., J. W 

Brown. Thos. C 

Bartlett & Bucholz 

Brown & Blbbons 

Burrls, Josh 

Bllncoe. W. E 

Ballough, W. T 

Basbong & Ross 

Brewer, B. F 

Basket, J. B 

Beadles, J. U 

Balfour, L. I) 

Beashire, Thos 

Balr, J. M 

Barger, E. L. . ..^ 

Buchanan. T. J 

Bullock, W. H 

Bennett Drug Co 

Bressler& Murst 

Brewer, W. L 

Bryant, We8t& Co 

isiaKoy, i.j. 

Brlghtwell & Landes 

Burhams. Joseph W 

Brown, J. H 

Boggs, & Co., J. M 

Barton. W. tt 

Brainerd& Bridgi^s 

Bradley, J. J 

Braggs & Smith 

Barnett. J. E 

Bondurant &OglIvie 

Brown & Son, M. A 

Bruce, M. P 

B. &L. Drug <'o 

Buckner & Whitney 

Biggs. E. P 

Block. M 

Brown, T. S 

Bllleter. W. J 

Boebler, A. E 

Brown, Geo. M 

Boutelje, S S 

Bowen, O. W 

Bradley & Bailey 

Baumann, H . R 

Basse, J. H. C 

Baler & Martinek 

Brown. H. D 

Breunert, A 

Burcb, S. J 

Burkhardt, B. J 

Brummall & Bro., J. D... 

Bard. L. P 

Brown, Geo. E 

Braun, A. E 

Boll«», N. L 

Brookshire. H. C 

Brown, A 

Bratcher & Selvidge 

Braecklln, Sophie 

Brown Drug Co 

Barnard & Co 

Burnett, J. A 

Brasher Bros 

Burvenlch, Anton 

Brierly. J. B 

Bradley, S. L 

Buckley. Ed 

Ball. X.P 

A— U 



Van 

Eldon 

Adrian 

2004 St. Joe Ave., St. Joseph... 

Fair Play 

Garden City 

McNatt 

Norborne 

Gallatlu 

516 Main St., JopUn 

407 Main St., Joplln 

Stanberry 

Nevada 

Mt. Morlah 

Indian Grove 

Lucerne 

School 

13!03 Grand Ave.. Carthage.... 

Ford City 

Ludlow 

P'rtostatt 

California 

Monteval lo 

PelrceCity 

Gentry 

1400 Broadway. Kansas City.. 

Strafford 

Greenfield 

2201 Olive St.. Kansas City.... 

Stoutland 

Duenweg 

New Franklin 

Laclede 

Kahoka 

Higbee 

Troy 

HumansviUe 

Charleston 

Marshall 

New Franklin 

Charleston 

Mexico 

Lutesville 

MandevlUe 

Kearney 

Bynumvlllc 

Winchester 

Memphis 

Jefferson City 

Plattsburg 

Ethel 

Washington 

Fenton 

Truxton 

Tebbitts 

1335 Grand Ave., Kansas City. 

Rhineland 

Fayette 

Salisbury 

Point Pleasant 

Chllllcothe 



Marcelino 

Weaubleau 

Joplln 

Collins 

Concordia , 

Malta Bend . 

Aurora , 

Cedar City 

Clifton Hill 

1725 Frederick Ave.. St. Joseph.. 

Gunn City 

Linneus 

Gentry ville 

Florida 



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SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES RBFUNDED-Continued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Beshear, V. Ji 

Burk, E. W 

Bradtthaw Bros 

Brown, C. W 

Bonne Terre Pharmacy... 

Baonlnjf. T. J 

Barrett & Co., W. H 

Baldwin, Geo. C 

Brite& Cox 

Burnell, Ed 

Bartlett & Banlett 

Brooksbank, H .. 

BrowD, I). K 

Barker, J. L 

OralK, C. () 

Clark & Co., Chas. U 

City Pharmacy 

Oreaoh, .1. W 

Cannon, .John A 

Chapman, U. S 

Chrlsman & Ruwen 

Orank Drug C'o., J. W — 

Clark. O. P 

Clark & Price 

CaflPee, Amos H 

. Carter & (^o., J. A 

Church & Co., S. F: 

Cash, R. B 

('arloB & Lovell 

Christopher, M. J 

Calfee. J. C 

Cary & Son, s. B 

Cunningham, Geo. 6 

Cox K. G 

Campbell. Bros 

Cochran & Wilson 

Campbell, John 

Crouch, A. H 

Coulter. F. U 

Colson, Marlon 

Cordry, L. M 

CalMson, G. F 

Clark, L. W 

Center Drug Co 

Curl, A. C 

Crlgler, O. L 

Clark, T. L 

Christy. W. S 

(^happen, E. M 

Conn , James W 

Curry, J. F 

Corbln, H. L 

Oapp, M. P 

Clark, John E 

Cronhardt, D. F 

Cater, E 

Cunningham & Barbee 

Camplxill, D. B 

Cox, VV. M 

Clements, David 

Carney, Ira 

Clinton, J. H 

Cannady Bros 

Crenshaw & Young 

Cross & Co., T.8 

Collins, A. C 

Oollum Mercantile Co.... 

Crlgler, W. W 

Christopher, H. D 

Carter vllle Drug Co 

Cooper Drug Co 

Camp])ell & Ballow 

Dllley Drug Co 

Dunlap, E. J 

Drake. W. C 

Dodge & Co 

Day Drug Co 



Vandalia . . . . 

Moberly. 

Arrow Rock. 



Frcderlcktown 

Bonne Terre 

Salisbury 

Harrison vllle 

Nevada 

Monett 

Ridgeway 

Springfield 

mS. Campbell St., Springfield... 

Memphis 

LaGrange. 

Galena 

255 S. Main St., St. Louis 

Clinton 

Linn Creek 

Hamilton 

Diamond 

Webb City 

2O0 W. Commercial St., Springfield 

Osborn 

Neosho 

Carthage 

McFall 

Bethany 

SpickardsviUe 

Prairie Home 

Gllman 

Deerfleld 

1201 Grand ave., Kansas City 

Ijamar 

Craig 

Ridgeway 

Gooch Mills 

Lamar 

Sheldon 

Chllhowee 

Maysburg 

OttervlUe 

Leeton 

3323 E. 12th St , Kansas City 

Center 

Cross Timbers 

San t a Pee 

Center 

Union vllle 

Wyacotida 

New London 

Molierly 

Dover 

Cairo 

Warren sbu rg 

Chillicothe 

Marcellne 

Belton 

Old Monroe 

Oxford 

LinkviUe 

Blalrstown 

Independence 

Marlon vllle 

Lexington 

Collins 

Moody 

121 North 2d St., St. Joseph 

Florida 

Frederlcktown 

Oartervllle 

416 Main St., JopUii 

Memphis , 

Gainesville 

Gilliam 

Bolivar 

Forbes 

Holden 



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300 

200 

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1'''3 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFIJNDED-Continued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



I)e LaVencne, W. U 

DoGolla. J.U 

Donahue Sic Sliade 

Dougherty & Uo 

Deyo, W. II 

Dolan, Bros. & Co 

Dean, R. N 

Dameron & Co., J . A 

Dean. O. B 

DeVllbiss. Frank 

Doni'hoo, J . J 

Dustin, Mrs. II 

Diamond Drug Co 

Davis, E. W 

Deppe, Louis 

Duckworth & Son, E. A . 

Deal, Louis S 

DeLasus, F. E 

Doss. S. E 

Doyle. K. A 

Dlmmitt. B. F 

Dalton, Robt. P 

Drunert, N . L 

Dennis & Co., E 

Dick, Maurice 

Dawson, O.D 

Davis. W. S 

Dent, H. T 

Dietrich Bros 

Dlggs&Son, F. W. H.... 

D(^d, J. M 

Davis H.O 

Dow Drug Co 

Dooley , O. A 

Donnell Drug Co 

Duffy Bros ; 

Davls-Cummios Drug Co. > 

Davis, W. H 

Dudgeon, W. A 

Diggs, H.G 

RlstOD, Goo 

Early, James 

Elliott- Hunter Drug Co... 

Erk. J. C 

Ervin, W. .J 

Esrey. J. D 

Edde& Edde 

Elllfrit Drug Co 

Emison, Matthew 

English, J. W .. 

Evans. James M 

Rwell, L. E 

Elliston, G. W 

Edwards Bros 

Eichenberger. Fred 

Evans, Ed. E 

Eofr& Dotson 

Edel. Frank 

Ellis, J.M 

Farrar, Dan O 

Foster, Chas. A 

Farmer. A. J 

Frick, F. M 

Flood & Becker 

Featberstun, Chas. T 

Fowler, G. L 

Fisher. Thos. U 

Farr, J. 

Fulkerson, Isaac 

Fertlg.T. S 

Fischer & Oo 

Fischer.G. A 

Farrar, Ed. H 

Ferguson - Kintrea Drug 

Co 

Fowler, A. P 

Florence, Oscar 



Brownington 

Gallatia 

1538 Main St., Joplln 

Stanberry 

Clifton City 

Freeman 

Norborne 

Kingston 

Mevada 

?3pring Garden 

3.:3 Main St. . Joplin 

Southwest City 

Lamar 

Fillmore 

2 HO Market St.. St. Louis 

Lancaster 

Miicon 

Perry vllle 

Kutledge 

P. O. East Prairie 

Uochcport 

Patton 

Truxton 

Doniphan 

Cole Camp 

Memphis 

Gorin 

Vandalia 

Luray 

G lasgow 

Gatewood 

Independence 

200 Ohio St., Sedalla 

500 E. Commercial St.. Springfield. 

Green Castle 

623 Edmond St., St. Joseph 

Tullvania .. 

Fayette 

Glasgow 

Elston 

Ravanna 

Fairfax 

Lee's Summit 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Preston 

Hlgginsvllle 

New London 

Paris 

Madison ville 

Bogard 

Oaplinger Mills 

Bevier 

513 -*. Fourth St., St. Louis.. 

Ravanna 

Protem 

Carthage 

1602 Main St., .Joplln 

Bolivar 

Trenton 

HartviUe 

Oak Grove 

Tipton 

Seneca 

Clarksburg 

Blackburn 

Alanthus 

Waver ly , 

Sarcoxle 

700 E. High St , Jefferson City 
10^ E. High St .Jefferson City 
Centralia 



lOS Essex St., Springfield 

RIdgeway 

Desloge 



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SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES RBPUNDEI>-ConUnued. 

MERGHAMT8. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



Houf. .1. W 

Hamilton, V. L 

Hogenson, J. A 

Hunter. S. T 

Hartmiller Bros 

Hawkins. James L 

Ne8s& Smith..' 

Hock, Chris 

Horner & Bremer 

Hord &Long 

Hix. J. S 

Hummel, John A 

Harvey, W. 

Hausgen, Oeo. P 

Hudson. W. B 

Uouser Drug Go 

HIckey, D. B 

Uleks& Hedlnger 

Howard, L. U 

Hecker. Oeo. J 

Hess, Paul L 

Houser, P. W 

Hughes Drug Oo 

Haldiman, J. C 

Hughes Drug Oo 

Hlgginbotham, E S 

Harris, W. S 

Haines, W. D 

Hall-Plpkln Drug Oo 

Hays.T. V 

Hackleman, 0. T 

Hunt, W.P 

Hamm& Schmidt 

HutohafK>n, O. W 

Houf, P. K 

Haynie, L. M 

Hudson & Co., J. O 

Hemm, L. P 

Hardin. J. H 

Hayden, F. A 

Hurty & Swearlngen 

Bolbrook & Son. J. R.... 

Harrison Drug Oo 

Hays & Shaeffer 

Hopper. R. L 

HuberBros . 

Henry, B. P 

Hodges, W. P 

Ingham. W. V 

Ives, Theron • 

.Johnson & Porker 

Jopes, W. U 

Jeans, J. W 

Jackson & Oo., D. 6 

Jackson. R. A 

Jones, .1. T 

Jones. A.J 

Johnson, Dade 

Jones, Joe R 

Jones, J. W 

Johnson, E. W 

.Jones, P. S 

Jefferson Pharmacy 

Johnson & Parsons 

Johnson. J. G 

Jones, Dr. T 

Jefferson, Pred 

Jamison, J. W 

Johnson Drug Co 

Kerns, W. B 

King City Com. Club 

Keeney, Hosier 

Kerr, J. A 

Kerschner. Thos. O 

King. W 

Kimmel & Rowman 

Kitchen, P, S 



McOredle 

Laclede 

Ethel 

Marshall 

Lebanon 

Roanoke 

Slkeston 

Appleton City 

Alma « . 

Harrisburg 

Mack's Creek 

New Madrid 

Roanoke 

5901 Maple Ave., St. Louis 

Gatewood 

Desloge 

Rich Hill 

Hopkins 

Union vlllc 

Montrose 

1127 Independence Aye.. K. C. 

Cal if ornla 

Dixon 

California 

Bucklin 

Rich Hill 

.Sturgeon 

Oilman City 

330 Boonvillf^ tit., SprlngHeld.. 

Harwood 

(?apllnger Mills 

716 Murphy St., Jopiln 

Sweet Springs 

HIgginsvlile 

Tlndall : 

Nelson 

Bates 

Klrkwood 

Moberly *.... 

Ashlev 

Nevada 

Carthage 

WebbClty 

Columbia 



BonnvlUo 

Klrksville 

Canton 

Dearborn 

oiney 

Conway 

Greenfield 

Nashville 

Corder 

Branch 

Fair Grove 

Newton 

Lomonville 

Myers 

Braymer 

Tulip 

Callao 

Washington 

Holllday 

Rothwell 

Osgood 

Melbourne 

Carl Junction 

107MalnSr., JopUo. 

Bunceton 

King City 

Breckenrldge 

Urlch 

Tarklo 

King8vllU> 

S )utli GreenUtild. . 
Princeton, 



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2 75 
7 00 
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4 00 
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4 00 

1 00 
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70 

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2 80 
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4 30 
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9 50 
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2 70 

6 00 

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20 20 

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2 65 

4 50 

1 50 

5 60 
9 98 
7 50 



i66 



UEPOKX OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL. LIQUOR LICENSES RBFUNDBD-Contlnued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Koster, Herman 

Kimberlln & Ogden 

Kowerts, Geo , 

Kready, J. H 

Knlrfht, Louis R 

Keltner & Keltner 

Kelly. L. J , 

Kohimyer, Ohas 

Kllen & Harrison 

Kirby. 0. O 

Kellogg, E. B 

Kimmons. W. E 

Kester & Sharp Drug C > . . ; 
Klein Swt. Spg^. Dist. Co 

Kinnlson, W. 8 

FCoch, G. V I 

Kasb, B. M I 

Lee, Edward 

Land & Field 

Lindsey Drug Co., O..J....I 

Lisch. H. O 

Lindley, E. O 

Lemon, A. L i 

Lynch, R. B ' 

Lynn Drugstore 

Lannlng R. W 

Loomis, Charles W 

Loomis. William A 

Lehman, A . H 

Lang, G. H 

Lasche, O. P 

Llewellyn. J. F 

Law & Keller , 

Leath, S. TI •, 

Lougan & Sowell 

Lane, W. G 

Liggltt. A. A 

Lucas, Joseph 

Ludwick. J. F 

Love, A. H , 

Leach, J. O 

Linn, Mrs. H. H 

Martin, J. B 

Martin, Nathan 

Moore Drug Co 

Moore, M. B 

Morgan, W. S 

Mitchell. W. H 

Morris, T. B 

Meyer Bros 

Marshall, Fi. T 

Marmaduke, .J 

Mann, F. L 

Marbut, W. N 

Maccabe, James R 

Met/ler, A. L 

Martin, S. L. & Co 

Montgomery, U 

Moore, E. E , 

Manuel, C'has 

Miller vt Son, II. M 

Miller E. M 

Miller & McUcynolds 

MlU;hell. J. L 

Martin & Bowman 

Minton, J. H 

Mackay. J. W 

Myers, G. T 

Meng & Zeysing 

Moses, J. ii.... 

Martln,S. V 

Mallett, Elgin 

Moore, O. H 

Miller & Sullivan 

Malrs, .T. A 

Marmaduke. M . A 

Martin, M. W 



St Joseph. 



Minden Mines 

Clarksdale 

Mack's Creek. . ., 

Sikeston 

<031 Messanla Ave 

Luray , 

Millard 

Hornersville •. 

Fairfield *. 

ICey tesvillle 

Republic 

Harwood 

4 U M al Q St. V kan.sas City .......'. 

325 Edmonds St.. St. .losoph 

1817 Frederick Ave.. St. Joseph. 

6U Main St.. Joplln 

1002 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph. 

Higeinsville 

BufTalo , 

Oronogo , 

Stan berry 

Lincoln 

Plato 

Bolckow 

Sie. Genevieve 

Le.xlngton 

r^xlngton , 

Mokane 

New Franklin 

Brookfleld 

Mexico 

Gienwood 

M Ine LaMotte , 

lioustonla...; , 

Montreal 

Cross Timbers 

PoplarBluflT 

Butler. ...: , 

P. O., Short Bend 

Memphis 

Canton , 

Russellville , 

Polo 

Lineville 

Mound City 

Kingston 

Seneca 

Arrow Rock , 

Pilot G ro ve 

Winston 

Deepwater , 

Oak Grove , 

Mt. Vernon 

Springfield 

Crelghton 

Blue Ridge 

Clinton 

Eaglevlllo 

Hermitage 

Ava 

Alpha 

Morrlsville 

Stockton 

Hopkins 

Napier. 

Rome 

Mack's Creek 

Dover. 

Gait 

East Prairie.. 

Trenton. .... 

P. O. Rolyat. 

Gilliam 

Browning 

Nt'vadci 

Kalioka 



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50 
50 



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1 
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1 
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1 50 



60 
90 
60 
50 
50 
50 



1 60 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
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1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
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1 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
ftO 
50 
50 
50 
60 



1 50 



50 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



Stamps. 



$3 00 



00 
87 
50 
45 
00 
50 



4 80 



6 OJ 
2 70 



1 7.5 
1 00 
3 60 
CO 
11 70 
1 50 
5 03 



2 52 



4 dO 

3 60 
75 

6 50 
00 
CO 



3 
4 



3 00 



5 
4 
4 



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50 



21 81 
1 50 



50 
00 
30 
00 
00 
00 
70 
11 80 



2 
5 
8 
1 
1 
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00 
00 
80 



10 15 

4 50 
2 00 



1 
4 
1 
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80 
50 
50 
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30 
00 
70 



3 77 

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7 00 
3 00 
3 00 



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1 
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35 
00 
85 

1 m 

2 00 
70 
20 



1 
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2 
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4 



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Total. 



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50 
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87 
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4 
2 
2 

2 



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2 
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00 
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6 30 



1 
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4 
1 



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50 
30 
50 



3 25 
2 50 

5 10 

2 GO 
13 20 

3 00 

6 53 



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6 10 



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2 



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8 OO 

4 50 
560 

5 40 
8 50 

5 50 
600 

23 31 

3 00 

4 00 

6 50 
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250 
2 .50 
4 50 
2 20 

13 30 



1 
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2 
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50 
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11 65 
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30 



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70 
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2 20 

5 27 

1 50 

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50 
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6 .50 

5 85 

2 50 
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3 00 
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20 
70 
75 

3 70 

6 22 
5 55 



4 
5 
1 



3 
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2 
5 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



167 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICE3NSISS REFUNDED— Continued. 

MKBCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



Martin. J. B 

Meredith, R. L 

Maupln&Co.. £. W 

Mangu8&Oo., T. D 

Mauer, M. M 

Mert weather & Co., W. A 

Moore, James W 

Montgomery. T. B 

Murray. J. V. 

ailller, Vm v.... •.••...•• 

Miller & Vemaz 

Miers, John W 

Hetcalf, F. M 

Myers, eSllen 

Meyer, Chas. E 

Meyer, Henry D 

Mofflt-West Drug Co 

Mulanix. W. M 

Mahan. S. N 

Marquis, J. S 

Mt^yers, J. O 

Muratta, James 

Moore, William 

Martin & Co., J. W 

Morrison, W. S 

Moorman. J. W 

Miller & Teeter 

Mansur, 0. W 

Miller, F. W 

Major, E. L 

Mograw, T. T 

MedlcaJ Hall Pharmacy... 

Mlkel, H 

Mirtlebach, William 

McDearmon, J B 

McKlnley, M. M 

McKean & Spoonemore. . . 

McOee, J. B 

McOracken & Sel vldge 

McOann, J.A 

McOroreyft Oo 

McKinney. A. ,1 

McKeever & Oo., R. V.. .. 

McKinney, A. J 

McAnally, 8. M 

MeDavld, G. W 

McDavitt A Ohristle 

McOomb. O. A 

McOubbln. J. W 

McMillen& Mlllsap 

McOonn, W. .0 

McMahan. B. O 

McOann, W. S 

McOowan, A. 8 

McOarty, A. B 

McKlnley. O. A 

McEuen. Oliver 

McOandless. Alex 

McOan ne & Son, R. O 

McOorroack Drug Co 

Neil. Wm '. 

Newlee, .fohn M 

Nelson, W. H 

NeUon, J. F 

Nicholas & Herndon 

Noland & Oo 

Neubauer, B 

May A ibert. « ««. . ... 

Neighbors, J. W 

Omsbee, J. I* 

0*Bannon & Hunt 

Overton, O. S 

Owen. Edgar 

Urr, Samuel 

Ott, Oscar H 

Owsley, F. T 

Q'Panlel, J, A ; 



Armstrong 

Joplin 

Olark 

Olark 

Hopkins 

Ewing 

La Belle 

Warrensburg 

Warrensburg 

Warrensburg 

Warrensburg 

536 Indep. Ave., Kansas City* — 

Hughesville 

Portage viile 

St. Charles 

St. Charles 

Fourth and Lucas ave., St. t<oui» 

Graysvlile 

Mai tabend 

Balm 

Jamestown 

WebbOlty 

Turney 

West Plains 

Rushville 

Chit wood 

Huntsdale.. 

Richmond 

Moberly 

Paris 

Fayette 

Poplar Bluir 

Columbia 

Boon vlUe 

Oartervllle 

Jamesport 

Parneil City 

Tuscumbla 

Collins 

Vibbard 

Ann. 

Tiff City 

Grant Uity 

Birch Tree 

Marble Hill 

Bloomfleld 

LaPlata 

Rolla 

Laddonla 

Lebanon 

Holllday 

P. O. Kavenwood 

800 Independence Ave., K. 

230 Ohio St., Sedalia 

316 Main St.. Joplin 

Windsor 

Shannondale 

Downing 

Moberly 

Farmlngton ... 

Elm Flat 

Liberty 

KiDgsvUle 

Leeton 

Fulton 

Mecca.. 

896 E. Oh'eVryS'tV.'Nevada* .'.'.'.' .*■'.' 

801 Pine St., St.I^uis 

Ohaonia 

186-3 Springfield St., Springfield... 

Corstcana 

Merwln 

Lincoln 

Green Hidge 

Simcoe 

Hunnewell , ■. 



$1 50 



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50 



1 50 



50 
50 
50 
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1 50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
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50. 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
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50 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



50 
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50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
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1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
1 
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50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 



1 60 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



$5 52 

6 95 
10 00 

5 00 
5 CO 
1 50 
1 50 

7 00 
350 



4 

7 
2 
3 
1 



20 

tso 

00 
50 
20 
38 

3 80 
78 85 

4 00 



5 00 



40 
50 
00 
00 
00 
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30 
50 

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1 70 
1 25 
8 50 
4 30 
7 70 



1 
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1 
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2 



400 

10 90 

4 97 

11 00 

5 40 

12 00 



3 
2 
3 
5 
4 
2 



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25 
10 
10 40 

5 00 
300 

3 50 

2 00 

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30 
65 
60 

6 31 
500 

2 50 
1 20 
8 15 



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33 
20 
12 
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10 00 
8 63 



$7 02 
8 45 

11 50 
6 50 
6 50 
3 00 
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8 50 
5 00 
5 70 

9 10 
3 50 
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2 70 
1 88 
5 30 

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5 50 


1 50 


6 50 


1 50 


1 90 


4 00 


2 50 


6 50 


2 50 


6 50 


3 80 


2 00 


10 50 


3 20 


2 75 


10 00 


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9 20 


t 50 


5 50 


13 40 


6 47 


12 50 


6 90 


13 50 


500 


3 50 


4 50 


6 50 


5 75 


3 60 


11 90 


6 50 


4 50 


3 50 


3 50 


6 00 


3 45 


500 


635 


6 80 


8 15 


7 10 


7 81 


6 50 


4 00 


2 70 


9 65 


1 f.O 


5 97 


1 50 


5 00 


6 50 


4 83 


3 70 


5 62 


4 60 


1 50 


11 50 


10 15 



i68 



RErORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED—Contlnued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



StamjM. 



Total, 



Ostrander & Wigl oy 

Owl Drug Co 

Ott DrugOo 

Owl Pharmacy 

Patton, J. P 

Paxton. Amos 

Parham, E. H 

Proud. O. O 

Penlfold, E.J 

Pattoiif w. B .... 

Powell, W. L 

Phllbrlck, John O 

Petit & Welch 

Potter, William H 

Potter, J. E 

Pence, Samuel A 

Pierce, Lewis 

Pitts. John W 

Pliant, J. F 

Phllbrlck Drug Co 

Payne & Co., B. W 

Pyle, 8. B 

Physicians Supply Co 

Payne, K. W.... 

Powers & Moore 

Phelps. T. J 

Penn, J. W •. 

Poage. H. E 

Page & Borth 

Patterson, A. M 

Physicians Supply Co 

Patterson. James P 

Patton &Truitt.... 

Pratt & Co., W. II 

Pettijohn-Crowder Drug 

Co 

Potter & Potter 

Poynter, C. L 

Parrlsh, J. S 

Peck Drug Co 

Patton ABro., W. C 

Porter, U 

Pralher. P. D 

Quarles& Hamlitjn 

Quinn Pharmacy 

Klchardson Drug Co , 

Kooks, £. J 

Koeschcl. W . E , 

Bobbins & Co., E. T 

Robertson, C. W 

Roby Drug Co 

Riddle, M. G 

Uesterer Drug Co , 

Rhea, A. L , 

Rowe. Geo. T 

Robertson, C. W 

Richmond Drug Co 

Rogers vl lie Drug Co 

Ream & Hon, James S 

Ross, H 

Renner, W. P 

Raines, J. D 

Rafter, M. B 

Rlflle, Clinton J 

Renoe Bros 

Roberts* Son, W. W 

Rogers, F. M 

Rhoades. John H 

Ragan-Murphy & Tetter- 

ington 

Risk, R. C 

Risher, J. C 

Ranl<ln, U. J 

Romans, A . F 

Robinson, F. M , 

Rowland Bros , 

Rico, J. H 



OhilUcothe 

Lamar 

Joplln 

Columbia 

Albany 

Oomo 

Greenfield 

Oregon 

Oak Grove 

628 Main St., .Joplln 

Wheatland 

Oregon 

Carrollton 

Schell Olty 

Clifton 

Kearney 

Lewis Station 

Pittsburg 

Exeter 

Oregon 

Sentinel 

Dadeville 

Uld Walnut St., Kansas City. 

Fayette 

Brookfleld 

Roanoke 

Shelbyvllle 

Shamrock , 

Doniphan , 

Mexico 

St. Louis 

Game 

Macon 

Brookfleld 



Brookfleld 

Otterville 

Eldrldge 

Flea.sant Green 
Columbia..... .. 

Richmond 

Paris 

Columbia 

Richmond 

Poplar Bluff... 
Keytesvllle. .., 

Laredo , 

Boonvllle 

Warsaw 

Princeton . .. . 



Roby. 

102.'i East 121 h, Kansas City 

IttOH Frederick Ave.. St. Joseph. 

Modena 

Pleasant Hill 

Rldgeway 

Richmond 

Rogersville 

Green Ridge 

Cowglll 

Bloomfleld 

May wood , 

i'roy 

Foley 

Mokane , 

Hallsville 

Meadvllle , 

Brookfleld 



Richland 

Wliliamstown. 

Went worth 

Klrksvllle 

Benton City... 
Warrensburg . 

Bevler 

Middlctown . 



91 50 
1 50 
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50 
50 
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50 
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1 50 

1 50 
1 50 
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1 SO 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 
50 
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60 



1 
1 

1 
1 
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1 50 



50 
50 
50 
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1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



1 

1 
1 
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1 50 



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1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
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1 £0 
1 50 
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13 
1 



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1 
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70 

00 

65 

70 

10 

50 

50 

900 

800 

13 75 

230 



300 
S 00 
13 90 
i 00 
300 



5 51 



4 00 

10 00 



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00 

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60 

50 

50 

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8 50 

500 

3 62 



1 
5 
1 
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2 

7 



1 00 



2 70 


10 90 


220 


11 00 


17 50 


2 30 


1 25 


350 


19 50 


8 40 


5 20 


12 ("5 


50 


200 


4*66' 


11 10 


200 


5 80 


15 CO 


.. f 


8 f,0 


3 00 


11 80 


63 


6 59 


3 50 


200 


7 00 


2 00 


2:>i 


50 


7 20 


4 00 


3 80 


200 



15 20 
250 
2 15 

2 20 
660 

3 00 

4 00 
10 50 

3 SO 

15 25 

3 80 



50 
50 



3 50 
15 40 



50 
SO 
50 
50 
SO 
01 
50 
50 



11 50 
250 
6 SO 



2 
5 
2 
4 



50 
SO 
10 
00 



900 
26 50 
10 OU 

6 50 



4 12 


1 50 


250 


420 


12 40 


370 


12 50 


19 00 


390 


2 "tS 


500 


21 00 


9 90 


6 70 


14 35 


200 


1 50 


350 


1 .50 


5 50 


12 60 


3 50 


730 


16 50 


1 50 


10 CO 


4 £0 


13 30 


2 13 


800 


SCO 


350 


8 50 


350 


4 00 


1 200 


8 70 


1 50 


5 50 


5 30 


i 3 50 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



169 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

MEBGHANTS. 



Name. 



Amount paid. 



Address. 



Rheem, Harry A 

Heed & Barrett 

Keece. W. D 

Koicers, A. W 

Robertson, S. J 

Itost, J. A 

Rudy. A. H 

Roberts, W. 8 

Ross, A. Y 

Stephens. T. E 

Stephens. J. F 

Slgloch, H.M 

St. Joseph Drug Co 

Sullivan. U. E 

Sams & don, L. O 

Stephens. R. A 

Schooley-Klora Drug Co.. 

Hampson. W. R 

SholfyTw. M 

8te warts vl He S. & L. club. 

Sberer&SoD. T. B 

Shf.rard. E. P 

Sheetz, Robert 

Steinbach. Chris 

Schulte, F. B 

Smith. W. L 

Sandidge. P. M 

Smith.W. M 

Scott Drug Co 

Sloan, W. H 

Slegentboler, George M . . . 

Stroughton. E. L 

Smith, F. G 

Smith, J. C 

Smith, A. O 

Summers & Son 

Spore, Simpson 

Smith Bros 

Sloan & McLemore 

Simmons &. Johnson 

Smith, Otis W 

Sands, E. L 

Summers, .r. R 

Snodgrass Drug Co 

Smith, T. J 

Sturgis, Reed 

Steward, A.J 

Starks, J. 0... 

Stevens, W. W 

Stanhope, L. E 

Sharp, G. N 

Shields. J. L 

Salmon, W. L 

Shackleford« Alfred 

Sorency&Co., J. B 

Sorency, A . G 

Schroers, Kd. G 

Sanders, W. B 

Sweeney, J. L 

Smith & Uolliday 

Swetland Drug Co., N. .J. 

Spitzhirn. Chas 

Smith Drug Co 

Sloan, Warren J 

Sparkman, J. M 

Sparkman, C. M 

Schneider, L. J 

Soldan& Co., N 

Sfcotts, Chas. A 

Sparks, T. M 

Storz, Chris 

Stauber Drug Co 

Swan Bros 

Snell. R. L 

Summerkamp. W. li' 

Starrett. AV. T 

Sears & Sears 



Permit. 



Stamps. , Total. 



Blairstown 

Springfield 

liosendale 

Lucas 

McDowell 

Cuba 

Knobllck 

Huntsville 

Springfield 

Bunceton 

Runceton 

KeytesviUe. 

.V^2 Edmonds St.. St. Joseph. 

712 Pine St., St. Louis 

Clinton 

Warsaw 

HarrisonriUe 

Kushville 

Boynton 

Stewartsville 

Bethany 

Santa Uosa 

Orrlck. 

321 Main St., Joplln 

Joplln 

McFall 

Nelson 

Craig 

CartervlUe 

Mount Vernon 

Bethany 

Mount Morlah 

Bethany 

Albany 

('arroUton 

Maltland 

Odessa 

South west City 

Greenfield 

Grant City 

Sedalia 

Webb City 

P. O., Linevlllf, lowB 

547 Main St., Kansas City. .. 

Grant City 

Clarksburg 

Elkton 

Gower 

Pawnee 

Nevada 

Klch Hill 

Lock wood 

Tarklo 

Tarkio 

Odessa 

Odessa 

723 l^'ellx St., St. JosaplV. . . . . 

Cower 

ShelbyviUe 

Pollock > 

ChllHcothe 

Wellsvlllc 

Marshall 

Browning 

Seligman 

Cassville 

CottlevlUe 

Macon 

Charleston 

Shelbina 

Green Briar 

1810 St. Joe Ave., St. Joseph. 

Granger 

Sue City 

Bowling Green 

Pocahoti tas 

LaPlata 



II 00 



BO 
60 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
00 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 




1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



11 00 
10 00 



850 


300 


10 00 


450 



300 


500 


7 91 


85 


7 77 


26 00 


1 00 


688 


1 50 


60 


4 00 


1 00 


4 75 


1 00 


1 00 


300 


i'66' 


40 


1 00 


7 SO 


200 


5 47 


1 90 


16 0) 


655 


11 70 


500 


500 


375 


10 00 


85 


......... ^^. 


70 


4 50 


3 50 


: 7 80 


: 5 00 



12 50 


11 50 


390 


500 


550 


80O 


300 


1 50 


3 30 


30 40 


2 70 


5 40 


4 00 


] £0 


250 


6 50 


400 


850 


9 09 


9 57 


7 50 


220 


350 


15 75 


1 50 


850 


It 30 


3 00 


220 


9 85 


11 80 


11 50 


1 50 


500 


400 


11 50 


600 


1 50 


450 


6 SO 


9 41 


2 35 


927 


27 50 


250 


8 38 


300 


2 10 


5 50 


250 


6 26 


250 


2 £0 


3 50 


1 50 


2 50 


1 90 


250 


9 CO 


350 


6 97 


3 10 


17 .'M 


8 06 


13 20 


6 50 


6 50 


5 £5 


11 50 


235 


1 50 


300 


220 


600 


5 00 


30 


6 50 



170 



Klil'ORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL, LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED-Contlnued. 

MERCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



D. 



Sharp, R. M... 
Shelton, W. A 
Smith &SoD, J. 

Scott & Bell 

Soper, Eugene 

Stephenson. J. P 

Standi •& Denton , 

Shl%'el. \V. T 

Scheldrup, W. R 

Se])astian, Nick 

St. Joe bupply ('O 

Schewmaker & Fox , 

Swillum. Mike 

Simmons, (i . T 

Scopflln Pharmacy 

Sweeney & Tlndall 

Sampson, \V. R 

Stone & Son, A.. B 

Skelton, W. A 

S<iulbb3, J. U 

Smith. W. H 

Spencer & Gray 

Tunnell & Rlppee 

Thornton, J . O 

Tisdale. F. H 

Tapp& Oo,. O. .7 

Tevis, D. W. B 

Tlslng, I. F 

Tucker Depot Drug (Jo... 

Tucker, H. L 

Trimble, J. W 

Traverse, .1. .1 

Trowbridge, D. I. 

Tandy & Co., L. W 

Trimble Drug Co., R,L., 

Taylor Bros 

Townley, W. D 

Trlbble Drug Co 

Tanner, W. L 

Taylor, J. E 

Tatum, J. R 

Toombs, W.F 

Thomas Drug Co 

Thouvenel, C. C 

Tomey, W. P 

Towles, J. 

Trimble, J. A 

Thornton Drug (-o 

Tllley & Hattou 

Tlllery, E. R 

Van Hoy. T. E 

Vaughan. K. P 

Versor. W. II 

Vandolah & Son, .1 

Vlnko Drug Co 

Vlvion, C. P 

Varney, .Tared 

V'ogler, Geo 

Victor & i»'crj5ust)ii 

Vjinifhan, (>. P 

WlilMock, M. C 

Wilson Drug Co. .1. V.... 

Wright & Co. A. N 

\\ heeler, A . A 

Whltsltt. J. R 

Williams. F. J 

Wolffe, Frank 

W barton. Da n 

Warner, W. J 

WfK)(ls& Co., H 

W5irdln& Wnrdln 

Williams. Chas ...* 

Wlnulngham. W. U 

Wt'stbrook. WilUuni 

Wt'lls. A.J 

Woodford & Co 

Wllhelm, H. K 



Marcellne 

Marcellne 

Macon 

Bucklin 

522 Francis St. , St . Joseph 

2-23 South St. , Springfield '.!!!!!!!! 

Windsor 

PelrceClty 

800 PlneSt., St. I^uN 

223 Edmonds St. St. Joseph 

1907 Frederick Ave., St. Jo eph. .. 

Afthland 

Myrtle 

Fifth and Edmoud St., St. Joseph. 

Salisbury 

Ru5,hville 

Lamar 

Webb City 

316 S. Campbell. Springfield 

Klrksvllle 

Gletiwood 

Cedar Gap 

Hamilton 

Sweet Springs 

Holt 

Lexington. 

High Point. 

Nevada. 

Butler 

Wheeling. 

Gait. 

Grant City 

Crelghton 

?i2 E. 12th St., Kansas City.. 

Warrenton 

Chamois 

Bloomfield 

Santa Fe 

Marcellne 

Glasgow 

313 Campbell St., Spriugtietd 

WebbClty 

Boyler's Mills 

Pled mont 

Brashear 

Butler 

Joplln 

Columbia 

Marshall 

Pleasant Hill 

Urbana 

New Florence 

Ivahoka 

St. ('harles 

California 

Farniersville 

40r)tt Broadway. St. Louis. ... 

Molierly 

Parlh 

Perry 

Osceola 

Plattsburg 

Miami 

Eaglevllle, 

Carrol I ton 

NewhHll 

('entervlew 

Buffalo 

Granby 

Nevada 

I'^ortescue 

Trenton 

Como 

DeKalb 

Calhoun 

Braymer 



|l 50 



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1 
1 
1 
1 
] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 

3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
OU 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 

50 

50 
50 

to 

50 



Stamps. 



50 

30 

1 20 




I 50 



2 40 


4 00 


4 30 


4 70 


3 50 


8 80 


3 00 


8 70 


2 00 


1 00 




50 


10 00 


1 15 


990 


4 54 


15 00 


12 25 


200 


1 60 


1 00 


3 00 


8 00 


5 00 


4 75 


730 


4 60 


60 


3 HO 


1 00 


500 


8 06* 


9 42 


a ■■• •• •• 

70 


200 


16 20 


2 66 



;rotai. 



14 

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5 

5 

3 

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50 
80 
50 
60 
50 
SO 



675 



00 
00 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 



4 
4 

1 
5 
2 

6 
2 

433 

8 00 
50 
60 
15 
60 
00 
50 



4 

6 
2 
7 
7 
4 



6 SO 
600 
14 40 



7 50 


8 20 


730 


7 10 


5 50 


5.50 


300 


1^ 


2 70 


390 


650 


5H0 


620 


1 SO 


500 


10 30 


5 40 


10 20 


350 


260 


1 60 


1 50 


200 


U 50 


265 


11 40 


604 


16 50 


13 75 


350 


3 10 


2 50 


350 


950 


6 50 


6 2.) 


10 30 


1 50 


6 10 


2 10 


530 


2 50 


6 50 


1 50 


950 


10 92 


1 60 


2 2tl 


350 


1 50 


17 70 


4 10 



DISDURSEMENTS. 



171 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES RBPUNDEI>-ConUnued. 

MEBCHANTS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount tMiid. 



Permit. 



P. C 



Whitman & Co. 
Williams, C. W, 

Weldman. C. W 

Wheeler-LeflSn Drug Oo. 

Waddle. A. & B. L 

Wheeler. J. W 

WrlRht, J. L 

Webber & Ooons 

WrlRht & Co., S. W 

Winiamsom & Co. , M . . . . 

West. Walter E 

Warren, William 

Weinlig, Theodore 

Wallace. O. W 

Walker. W. A 

Williams. M.M 

W 000 8. W . r........ .... 

Walddn, S. M 

White. W. G 

Wright & Co.. O. M 

Wateon & Co., J . W 

Wlnningham & Reed 

Wlttmer, Abe 

Winn. J. W 

Wooldridge& Purdy 

Wayland, Cecil 

Wells Drug Co. 

Willlam9& Son 

Watson, T.S 

Weight, Cbas. L 

Wall. J. P 

Winn. Virgil 

Williams. B. H 

Wrlirht, J. M 

Welch Bros 

Wlngo. W. L 

Williams. W. A 

Weatherford, N. D , 

Waugh & Lane 

York. J. W 

Yahns. N. G 

Young. W. L 

Yowell & Trl plett 

Yates & Snyder 

Yeator, J, X 

Yates, George , 

Yankee, D. H 

Kener 



Warrensburg , 

Hume 

Knobnoster 

510 Main St.. Joplin., 

Aurora 

Arrow Rock , 

St. Louis , 

Dearborn 

Plattsburg 

Newtown 

Lockwood 

Conway 

Roscoe 

Cedar City 

Apple ton City 

224 Main St.. Joplin.. 

Armstrong 

Hurdland 

Lewistown 

Pulton 

Stouuville 

Blythedale 

.Joplin 

Yates 

Mexico 

Mendon 

Carthage , 

Macon 

Bevler , 

Webb City 

Windsor 

Henrietta 

537 Main St . , Kansas 

Goldsberry 

Prankford. 

Steelevllle 

Henry , 

Paris 

Linneus 

Billings 

Ludlow 

Greentop 

LaBelle..., 

Mill Grove 

King City 

Williamsburg , 

Ohllhowee 

Bronough 



City. 



II 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



1 
] 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



Total 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 SO 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
80 
60 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
.•K) 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 

no 
ho 

50 



11,275 00 



Stamps. 



II 50 
15 50 

8 25 
7 60 



1 50 
3 70 



00 

30 

00 

20 

99 

11 70 

4 60 

6 52 



1 
5 
5 
S 



7 
4 



40 
42 

1 00 
7 45 

11 00 
9 00 
4 10 

10 00 

2 SO 



18 00 
250 
500 
1 00 
200 
4 00 



80 
2 80 
09 
60 
.•50 
00 



7 
4 
1 
4 



300 



$3,703 86 



6 40 

1 50 
5 80 


1 SO 



Total, 



5 
2 
6 



13 00 

17 00 

9 75 

9 00 

1 SO 

1 50 
30G 

30 
50 
80 
6 50 

4 70 

2 49 
13 20 

6 10 
8 02 
8 90 

5 92 

2 50 
895 

12 50 

10 50 

5 60 

11 50 
4 00 
1 50 

7 90 
300 
7 30 
1 50 

3 00 
1 50 

19 50 

4 00 

6 50 
250 

50 



50 
SO 



2 80 

4 30 
9 49 
6 10 

3 00 

5 50 

4 .-)0 
1 50 
1 SO 



I (.978 86 



DUAMSIIOl* KBKPB118. 



Aivey. W. T 

Altscheel&Co., I 

Appergor, John, 

A verill, George 1* 

Adams, R. L, 

Ahrens, Henry 

Anderson & Pappenfort.. 

Angelbsck, Henry C 

Alexander. J. A 

Argo, B. P 

Autenrelth. H. P. & C. A . . 

Abelcs. J. D 

Archdeacon, David 

Asahl & Mueller 

Altman&Co., J. E 

Achelpobl. Henry 

Alfeld Bros 

Anger, Charles 

Anderson, A. J 

Albers, Pred 



Caruther^ivUle 

SorlngHeld 

Webb City 

Carrollton 

Aurora 

O'Pallon 

Louisiana 

Concordia 

Novltiger 

Liberal 

Clayton 

Union Station. St. Louis .. .. 

6*24 Broadway, Hannibal 

California 

:t03 Olive St., St. Louis 

Sfc. Charles 

.M^ Market St., St. Louis 

IW'o i<>Hnklin Ave.. St. Louh. 
lUKiS. PoarlhSt., St. Louis... 
1801 N. Broadway, St. Louis.. 



11 so 


$25 00 


1 50 


40 74 


1 60 


17 52 


1 SO 


10 60 


1 50 


25 30 


1 50 


24 85 


1 50 


17 40 


1 50 


5 00 


1 50 


200 


1 50 


2 00 


1 60 


25 00 


1 50 


25 00 


1 50 


20 00 


1 50 


8 50 


1 50 


50U 


1 50 


7 10 


1 50 


3 50 


1 50 


5 (K) 


l.iO 


4 70 


1 50 


1 42 



$:i6r>0 


51 24 


19 03 


12 10 


20 80 


26 .IS 


18 90 


6 50 


3 50 


3 50 


26 50 


26 50 


21 50 


10 00 


6 50 


8 HO 


5 (Ml 


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172 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL! LIQUOR LICENSES RBFUNDED-ConUnued. 

DBAMBHOP REBPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total 



Abbott, W 

Rodenhelmer, I 

Barnes, Hiram 

Pixman, .John N 

Becker. Gottfried, 

Baur. John 

Barth, Joseph (estate) .... 

Bass, Perry 

Brown, John W 

Bailey, T. A 

Brown, CO 

Beiger, Joseph 

Boeth, Louts 

Buschjost. H. P 

Bronzato, Mario 

Bernardo. I 

By ers & Bohannon 

Bader, Joseph 

Bryeans, F 

Borhard & Hlrner 

Borgmeyer, B. H 

Barnett, J. I 

Bauman, L. C 

Boyd&Tate 

Brandt. Mary B 

Bookout. J. P. 8 

Blenlein & Metcalf 

Broan, S. H 

Boehm & Muenks 

Barham, W. T 

Bollweln, Prltz 

Bean, O. O 

Berg, Ferd 

Bay, George T 

Birmingham, I. M 

Branham, A ^.. 

Branson, W. M .\. 

Berkemeler, Oasper 

Braun, J. J 

Barrow, O. L 

Bryant & Co.. P. P 

Bruckner. Bam 

Brock & Noble 

Bauer, F. L 

Bater& Wilson 

BrldgPwood, W. W 

Bolaad, E. J 

Boyd, N. O . 

Bockhorst & Co., O. M 

Budweiser Beer & Wine 

Oo 

Borchers, Frank 

Beck & Floeruhlnger 

Bruer, Oonrad 

Banks, A. T 

Bateman, W 

Rlackwell. A. T 

Brandle, William ... 

Blockberger, W.J 

Bouldin. T. B 

Barnand, M 

Hernacchl & Vaccarezzo.. 

Bobrlng. .T. H 

Braun. Philip 

Blum, Theodore 

Bassman, Casper 

Burkhardt, Edward 

Bartold, Edward 

Bater, E. H 

Berry, J. F 

Bogglano, 8. .J 

Brannock, M. W 

Brown, Emanuel 

Bartold, Chus 

Bird, .Tohn 

Boutell, G. M 

Buscb, Emll 



2709 N. Broadway, St. Louis 

Jefferson City 

Montgomery 

Clinton 

Louisiana. 

Moberly 

Boonville 

Potosi, ; 

Phelps City 

Rockport 

Lamar 

Lohman 

310 Main St., Kansas City... 

St. Thomas 

548 Grand Ave., Kansas City 
5?8 

Richmond 

Bloomsdale 

Morley 

Palmyra 

Westphalia 

Cottonwood Point 

Cape Girardeau 

Elmer 

Linn 

Galena 

Jackson 

Granby 

Linn 

Maiden 

Higginsviile 

Novinger 

MarthasviUe 

Catawissa 

St. James 

Portageville 

Dixon 

2101 Salisbury St., St. Louis. 

Fern Ridge 

Keota 

Hornersville 

Higginsviile 

Wakenda 

412 Edmonds St., St. Joseph. .. 

Gallatin 

CaruthersviUe 

2301 Biddle St., St. Louis 

Fayette 

Wright City 



• ■ • ■ 



815 Locust St., St. Louis , 

611 Market St., St. Louis 

3571 S. Bi*oadway, St. Louis 

1230 Main St., Kansas City , 

709 Broadway. Joplln 

120 W. Sixth St, Juplla 

403 Main St., Joplln 

728 Main St., Joplln 

Cole Camp 

Hartville 

6562 Clayton Ave.. St. IjOuIs 

3901 Olive St., St. Louis 

Bobrlng 

1926 WhlttierSt.. St. Louis 

Kahoka , 

Jefferson City 

Chesterfield 

O I ay ton 

Hamilton 

Wyaconda 

1801 Wasliiogton Ave , St. Louts 

Bloomfleld 

1308 Chestnut St. , St. Louis 

Bartold 

Hannibal , 

109 West 2d St.. Sedalla 

1900 Cherokee St., St. Ijouls 



II 50 



fiO 
50 
60 
59 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 
SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 



1 SO 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 



50 

50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
.50 
50 
.50 
50 
50 
50 

50 
60 
50 
50 



1 SO 



1 
1 
1 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



60 
50 
SO 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
1 50 



50 
50 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
] SO 
1 50 
1 50 
X 50 



$17 95 
29 tiO 
37 43 

2.V53" 

25 00 






37 fO 
5 10 

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10 00 
10 00 
15 .50 
50 00 
12 00 
5 00 
POOO 
25 00 



10 00 
10 00 


15 00 

7»0 

18 00 

15 85 



2 70 
2( ^0 
16 00 
2.5 00 
12 50 
16 00 
12 30 



500 
18 10 
25 00 

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17 25 
1 75 
5 CO 
6(K) 


25 00 
25 00 

776' 

36 3> 


2^» 00 

2.'i00 

3 6.i 



L'> 0) 

1 00 

2.'! 00 

10 00 

5 00 

5 92 



11 50 
19 45 
31 to 
38 93 

1 50 

27 05 

26 50 

1 50 

1 50 

1 50 

38 SO 

6 60 

1 50 

12 50 
1 50 
1 50 

22 10 
1 50 
1150 
11 50 
17 00 
61 50 

13 60 
6 50 

31 50 
96 50 

1 50 
11 50 
11 50 

1 60 

16 50 
9 40 

19 50 

17 35 
1 50 
420 

26 30 
17 50 
26 50 

14 00 
17 50 
13 80 

1 50 

650 
19 60 
26 50 

150 
16 50 

1 50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 



1 
1 



1 50 

18 75 

3 25 

650 

650 

1 50 

26 50 

26 .50 

1 50 

9 20 

37 85 

1 50 

28 30 

26 50 

5 15 

1 .50 

26 50 

250 

26 50 

It 50 

650 

7 4:} 



DISBURSEMENTft. 



173 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— CouUnued. 

DBAMSHOP KBEPKRS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total, 



Bucbholz, Wm 

Barrett, J. A 

BouDefon, O. F 

Blrkhead. W. W 

Barnett. J. I 

Bellis, John 

Badaracco, Anthony 

Burns & Chalmers 

Bauer, Christ 

Barthold & Gruenberg 

Bachman&Son, H 

Bannon, Wm 

Bucher. .1. H 

Balduccl, A 

Brokate, Chris. ... 

Berkemier Bros 

Bader, E. L 

Buehler. Gas 

Beste, Ernest 

BofTglano, S 

BoffKlano, C 



Bamberger. Geo 

Burke, S^. M. & P 

Bottlnelli, John 

Bahke, Wm 

Baptiste, Louts 

Beffa, P 

Beff a, Emll 

Beck, John 

Benjamin & Green wait... 

Baldauf, R. D. W 

Bothman, Fritz 

Borcbers. J 

Bierey, Theo 

Bretenstein, Theo 

Beehler, James 

Burck, Ferdinand 

Beckman&Oo., 11. C 

Bachr, Slg 

Bowe. Geo. W 

Byrus, W. W 

Becker, Joseph 

Baebr, Josepn 

Barber, R. S- 

Burress, Josh 

Brendel, William 



Branean, G. W.. 
Biller & Weipert 
Breninger, J. A.. 

Biller, A. J 

Bonifer, Peter 



Bnrkamp, William 
Burke, J.J 



Brewer, J. A 

Beller A Denton 

Burks, S. D 

Brown, H. H 

Carter & Pasley 

Chrlstman, Henry 

Chambers, J. L 

Cronln, Con J 

Corrick. F. 8 

Cardweil & Jenkins 

Constantz, Henry A. 

Coison, T. M 

Curd, B*»n B 

Carrigan, Phil ,. 

Campbell & Thomure 

Compton, James A 

Oarr,81ia» 

Cain & Smith 

Chapman, J. 8 

Choulet, H 

Cooper, T. B 

Clemens, John. 



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Bloomfleld 

Oran 

Louislan a 

Oooter 

808 Walnut St . , Kan sas City . !!.*!! 

923 Locust St., St. Louis 

Marceline 

4563 N. Broadway, St. Louis 

St. Charles 

lOiN. Sixth St., St. Louis 

3701 Chouteau Ave., St. LouIh.... 

Chiilieothe 

1932 Chestnut St.. St. Louis 

1229 Market St., St. TA>uis 

361)1 N. HthSt.. St. Louis 

7200 N. Broadway, St. Louis 

4488 Easton ave., St. Louis 

4558 •• '• " 

1400 Pine St.. St. Louis 

1827 Market St., Sb. Louis 

18 N. 4th St., St. Louis 

801 N. Levee, St. Louis 

13 and 14 N . Levee. St. Louis 

1 Market St., St. Louis 

100 S. FourtnSt., St. Louis 

26S2 Olive St., St. Louis 

311 North 20bh St., St. Louis... 

2801 Hickory 

11th & Chestnut ' ' 

2311 Franklin Ave., 

1113 Clark Ave 

2038 B>ank1in Ave. , 

701 Rutger St.. 
2225 Franklin Ave., •* 
2800 Washington Ave.. ' * 
2012 s. Broadway 
708 South 4th St.. *• " .. 
128 North 7th *• '• ** .. 
9.% North 3rd '* " •* .. 
214 Franklin Ave.. '* " .. 
IS-M North Broadway, " " . . 
28 E. 4th St., Kansas City... 
426 Main '* *• *' ... 
724Walnut " '* " ... 
Cor. Mo. Ave. & 

Main St.. *' " ... 

411 Wyandotte St.. *' " ... 

702 Edmond ' * St. Joseph . . . 

302S. 6th ... 

1013 FredeHck Ave., * * ** ... 
523 Walnut St., St. Louis. . 

1957 Broadway. 
1826 N. Broadway, 

Webb City 

610 Main dt., Joplin 

300 College St., Springfield 

222 Campbell * 

Fulton 

Rich Hill 

Salem 

315 Broadway, Kansas City. 
507 Bluff St., 

Springfield 

Richmond, Mo 

Canton 

LowryCliy. ... 

Trenton 

Thayer 

Festus 

Fredericktown 

.Tonesburg 

Elvlns 

AUenville 

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SPECIAT^ LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED-Contlnued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



11 



Oox, Frank. .. 

(loopcr, A 

Orooln, .fames 

Combs, K. O 

CragfT & Vouiij^er 

Collins & Ty hurst 

Cavagnare. John 

Canfleld, Thos 

Uhrlstman. Nick 

Clausen, N 

Commins, l>. F 

Oanepa. John G 

OottA, F : 

Claas, Chas 

O a roy & Stoc k 

Clifford, D. T. 

Caesar, Louis 

Carter. W. R 

Cooper, Wm. H 

Clemens & Howard 

Croteau & Smith 

Cartwright & Co 

Cronin, Con J 

Curtis, W. T 

Cafferata, A. F 

Carmody. P. J 

Ceeper, Tony 

Cummins Bros 

CafTerata, .lamps 

Cochran, W. I£ 

Cerf, .T 

Corders. Fred W 

Gulp, Walter 

Cleaidl.'A. L 

K,/ tKf U&V« V • 1^ *•«••■• ■■•■■■■ 

<'rebs& Matthews 

Cohen, Henry 

O.rter & Cunningham... 
Carter & Cunningham..., 

Colon, Geo. P 

Coleman & Orrlck 

Crabtree, R. S 

Childress & Coley 

Crump, Dan 

Dompsey, J. E 

Dentrolesky, AuKUSt 

Dueber, Joe 

Deutschman, U 

Davis, Ben 

Dorrls, A. P 

Danes, Ferd M 

Dyson. A 

Dale. M. B 

Dale Brothers 

Davison. J. B 

Degan A Co., J. M 

Dlek & Gannon 

Dorrls. H 

Dowley. 'John 

Drlscoll & Munsell 

Dearborn, W. E 

Daniel, A. L 

Dooley & Loom Is 

Dolls, Nicholas 

Duba, Chas 

Dorrls, G. W 

Dameron, J. A 

Drnuenburg, Geo 

Davis. Z. C 

Dougherty, John C 

Dunaway. S. M 

Donovan Hotel Co 

Dold, John B 

Deeg, George 

Drumtra, A. E 

Diem, Joseph 

Drew, Geo. L 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit 



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Carl Junction 

Bushville 

28 8. 12th St., St. Louts. ... 

609 Broadway. Jnpllu 

214 Main St., Joplin 

Edlna 

314 N. Grand Ave., St. Louis 
2117 Gasconade St.. St. Louis. 

709 Main St., Joplin 

C^arrollton 

3340 Franklin Ave.. St. I^uls 
1221 Lucas Ave., 
101 N. 8th St.. 
19 S. 20th St., 
1035 N. 3rd St., 

117 E. MslnSt.. Sedalla 

210 N. 6th St., St. Louis 

Fulton 

Hannibal 

Bucklin 

328 Edmond St.. St. Joseph 

Sedalia 

700 Washington Ave , Kansas City 

100 N. 19th St., St Louis 

1401 Olive St., 
213 8th St., 

1229 Chestnut St., St Louis 

St. James Hotel, *' 

lOISPineSt.. '• 

Virgil City 

115 N. 6th St.. St. Iy)uls 

2138 Franklin Ave., St. Louis 

3417 Lindell Ave.. St. Louis 

626 Morgan St., St. Louis 

303 N. .Jefferson Ave., St. lx)uls... 

29th and Olive Sts., St. l^uis 

5-^ Main St., KansasClty 

702 KellxSt., St. Joseph 

118 S, 1st h St., St. .Joseph 

421 8. 6ThSt., St. Joseph 

P.O., Peggy 

Nevada 

629 Main St., Joplin 

Memphis 

Keytesvllle 

BoonvlUe 

Tipton 

Lancaster. 

Bevler 

Pascola 

Cape Girardeau 

Macon 

Cameron 

Cameron 

Bevler 

Alton 

Brookfield 

Haytl 

Cuba. 

Memphis 

4069 Finney Ave., St. Louis 

Benton 

Marshall 

3£{5 Morgan ford Rd., St, Louis... 

4001 Cottage A ve. , St. Louis 

Haytl 

Springfield 

P lattsbu rg 

112 W. 5th St., Joplin 

Summervllle 

Neosho 

6th and Edmond Sts.. St. Joseph. 

1401 Pine St.. St. IjOuIs 

1436 Morgan St. . St. Louis 

800 St. Charles St., St. Liouls 

Des Peres 

Kahoka 



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SPECIAL LIQUOR LICKNSES RI0FTTXT)KD--rontlnuf'(1 

DRAMSHOP KEKPERS. 



Name. 



Address 



Dlffel. Gottlieb 

Drlenhoefer, J. F 

I>olan, J. P 

Dolan, John P 

DiogeldelD&Co., Ed 

Dugan. Frank 

DeBold & BaiffersoD 

Dunnigan, Tim 

Dixon, W. H 

Denton & Oo 

Dlehr, Ous 

Darren, T.J 

Delebar. Joe 

Dauwaltes, U.J , 

Danerl, James 

Doerr, J. Ueo 

Dieble, Louis 

Droeble. John 

Dauscha, P.J 

Dlckham. T 

Deiss, John W 

Darls, Thos 

DeBraun. W. H 

Davidson Rros 

Dinger, Emll 

Dienger. E. W 

Dowdy, J.J 

Elder, J. H 

England &0o., Geo. W... 

Byssell, Pred 

Ellis, R.E 

Enloe, J. S 

Efflnger, Val 

Ensing & Pahrman 

Elgert Bros 

Elsenbath, A. C. ...^ 

Edwards, McUune 

EysselK George 

Bwlns-Dean Hotel Oo 

Eckert, J. IT 

Earntaart, II 

Eaton &0o 

Ellers, J. D 

Earley, J. F 

Ewlns-Dean Hotel Co 

Esselman & Young 

Egan, J. P 

Egan. P.J 

Eekert.E 

Ernst&Son, C 

Eberlln, Ohas 

Ell, Louis 

Emmos, Anton 

Endeten & Arth 

'brwin, »} m ij....*....... .... 

Eakln, Jas. H 

Frost, W. W 

Farmer, W. W 

Freman, B. W 

Foerster, Henry 

Fin ley & Rainwater Bros. 

Penwlck. R. R 

Fellhaaer, Adam 

Pagan, Pat 

Furnish, T. M 

Flllpot. Albert P 

Fette, W.J 

Flynne, Thos 

Friemel. E. L 

Floerke. Emll 

Ffldman. H. H 

Finch St Grltzmacher 

Prye, Josenh H 

Fitch. O. E... 

Pox, James 

Ferrler & Armacost 

Freeman, O. C 



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Hannibal 

Ola Orchard 

Maplewood 

6401 Manchester, St. I.ouls.. 
408 BoonvllleSt., Springfield 

Clinton 

103 W. Main St.. Sedalla. ... 

Sedalia 

101 W. 9th St., ICansa^ City.. 

Southwest City 

St. Charles 

Galena 

115 N. 7th St., St. Louis.. 

522 N. 3rd St., 

2200 Chestnut St., 

1427 S. Broadway, 

TOfiS. Fourth St., 

1525 S. 7th St., 

12tf N. 2nd St.. 

3400 N. Broadway, ** 

44QO »• •• «• 

1711 Grand Ave.. " 

5 W. 10th St., Kansas City 

16 W. Mo. Ave., »* •• 

100 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph... 
614 MessaniaSt., 

Dexter 

Oaruthersville 

Kirksville 

1082 Union Ave., ICansas City 

Stoutsvllle 

Greenville 

Pilot Knob 

Webb City 

Rich Hill. 

St. Paul 

Louisiana 

1036 Union Ave., Kansa.s*Jlty .... 
11th and Baltlroorc, Kansas City. 

609 Main St., .Toplln 

1*24 Main St. Joplin 

222 Campbell St.. Sprlrgfleld 

701 S. Broadway. St. Louis 

2ft31 Bernard St.. St. Louis 

St. .Joseph 

Claryvllle 

8325 S. Broadway. St. Louis 

429 E. MarceauSt., St. Louis 

Wellston 

Orchard Farm 

Hermann..' 

St. Charles 

101 S. Third St., St. Louis 

200 S. Twelfth St., St. Louis 

1K47N. Broadway. St. Ix)uis 

Boonvlllc 

Sellgman 

Osceola 

Bolivdr 

BonnottsMIll 

C^art hage 

Brewersvllle 

2101 S. Twelfth St.. St. Louis 

Lexington 

Kirksville 

Cameron 

Atma 

3701 Park Ave., St. Louis 

.lefferson City 

2125 N. Broadway. St. Louts 

St. Clements 

Brunswick 

Licking 

350( Chouteau Ave., St. Ix)uls 

Carl Junction 

Kennett 



Amount paid. 


Permit. 


Stamps 


Total. 


$1 50 


$10 CO 


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1 50 


25 on 


26 50 


1 50 


25 CO 


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28 50 


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7 00 


1 50 


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4 50 


1 50 


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1 50 


1 00 


2 50 


1 50 


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1 90 


1 50 


4 50 


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1 70 


1 50 


5 .50 


7 00 


1 50 


2 00 


3 50 


1 50 


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10 40 


1 50 1 




1 .50 


1 50 


7 00 


8 50 


1 SO 


6 50 


8 00 


1 50 


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6 00 


1 50 


25 00 


26 50 


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73 SO 


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8 75 


5 25 


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11 50 


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1 50 


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24 80 


26 30 


1 50 1 


9 60 


11 10 


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16 30 


17 80 


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1 50 


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26 50 


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26 50 


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8 00 


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27 50 


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176 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL. LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAM8HOP KEKPEliS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



Flynne, B. E 

Faser, Ohas 

Frendenberg, William.. ». 
Fontano Bros. & I)u rous.. 

Fontano Bros 

Fontano, John R 

Fulton, P. 1[ 

Fromm. F. F 

If 61^ I oil as. ij ..••..••• 

Fisher, B. L 

Feeley, Bryant 

Fuchs, .fdhn 

Fiynn, W. H 

Fisher, Geo. F 

FraDcescon i, M 

Flnkler, John A 

Faust & Son Ovster Oo 

Ferrenbach, Thos 

Faust, John G 

Fritz. David 

Fink, Fred 

Frirlch, John 

Floerke, Herman 

Flynn. M 

Falk. F 

Flynn, Ed 

Flynn & Orag? 

Gassmann, Chns. 

Graden, John A 

Gordon & Garrlty 

Grossman, jMme.M 

Granhome, Jacob C 

Gates, J. B 

Gammon & Sinclair 

Glf3Slke, liohert O 

Gavin. W. E 

Gockel, Ant<m 

Goetz, Martin 

Grler, Oscar 

Garrison, Landon 

Grace, William W 

Gausmann Sc Buenemann. 

Gay, J. J 

Greenameyer Bros 

Gross, Louis P 

Gregory & Leat^h 

OoeTlner, F. J 

Glblis. W. N 

Gilbreath, J. M 

O rote, Joseph 

GrlflSth. W. M 

Groner. L. G 

Glno, Alex 

Galloway & I'owles 

Gelss, E. H 



Grimm, Henry 

Gallagher & Brlce 

Gray. W.J 

Greathouse, Ohas 

O rumke. Geo. H 

Giles. W. H 

Gazzola & Bernero 

Gonz, John 

Grand Ave. Hotel Co.. 

Gunn. Thomas 

Glmbel, Geo. Wra 

Gruenlnger, .lobn 

Gruben, Martin 

Grlswold, Jos. L 

Grandee, J . W 

Gelser, George 

Graves A. Files 

Green, .1. O 

Gragg, John L 

Gebnardt& Bro., Geo. 

Gleason, John T 

Goetz, Joe 






Potosi 

1200 N. Main St., St. Louis... 
1139 S. Broadway, 
1048 N . Vande venter St. , • ' 
215 N. Jefferson Ave., *' 
915 Olive St., 

Piedmont 

Eureka 

4129 Easton Ave., St. Louis... 
3538 Nat. Bridge Rd., 
2N. 18th St., 
1804 Menard St., 

222 Main St., Joplln 

220 W. Main St.. Sedalia 

17th and Olive Sts., St. Louis.... 
4533 Easton Ave.. 

St. Louis 

IHOO Franklin Ave., St. Louis.... 

5401 Easton Ave., 

1712 S. Broadway, 

1000 N. 6th St.. 

1625 N . Broad way , ' ' 

301 S. Third St.. 

U7E. 12thSt., Kansas Oity 

Bonuo Terre 

Carterville 

222 Main St., Joplln 

Middlebrook 

Oape Girardeau 

Brookfleld 

Rocheport 

Ironton 

Brookfleld, 

WebbOlty 

Washington 

Lexington 

Cape Girardeau 

Canton 

Springfield 

BllUogs 

215 Olive St.. Springfield 

Welllugton 

Cottonwood Point 

415 W. 9th St., Kansas City 

Pacific 

Deepwater 

Wentzvllle..? 

Odessa 

Slkestown 

Wentzvllle 

Belmont ; 

Pattonsburg 

228 Grand Ave. , Kansas City 

West Plains 

1334 Main St.. Kansas Oity 

Jefferson City 

Chllllcothe 

2901 Missouri Avp., St. I»uls 

Central Hotel, Springfield 

Augusta 

3200 Laclede Ave , St. f^uls 

3429 Llndell Ave., " 

Cedar Hill 

Midland Hotel. Kansas City. .. . 

2901 Chouteau Ave., St. Ix>uls 

Althelm 

Sutter 

1831 S. Jefferson Ave., St. Louis. .. 
Laclede Hotel, ** 

2 Bremen Ave., 
301 N. Main St., 

Odessa....- 

Hannibal 

Warsaw 

78.S0 Ivory ave , St. Louis 
4400 St. Louis Ave.," 
California 



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16 50 
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15 75 
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950 
36 25 
20 60 

14 30 

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11 60 

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11 50 
11 60 

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DISDL'USKMKN'JS. 



177 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED-Contlnucd. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



A mount paid 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total 



GarrisoD, J. W 

Gaus, Oonrad 

Golden, A. W 

Orosslns, Alex 

Goldstein. Wm. F 

Graen&Hro., J 

Gandler, G 

Gerne, Thos 

Gerber, Henry 

Goldstein, II 

Gray. H. A 

Grassfeld, E. A 

Green wala, F 

Gallagher, E.J 

Glenn. Bi. J 

Gray, George 

Gladlsche, VV. M 

Hansman, .1. F 

Hae^l. J. A 

Horn. S. P 

Hof melster, (Jbas 

Hall, T.<; 

Hoerschen, Frnnk 

Hendricks. S. I) 

Hibbert, .Joseph 

Hermes, John 

Haerle, Guhtav 

Beck, John M 

Hughes, Reece 

Haerle, F. R 

Uaerle, Nicholas 

House, Green B 

Huber & Strlegel 

Hoffman & Lai 1 

Hamilton & Barth .... 

Hartman, W. O 

Hughes, Oliver 

Hicstand, Theodore. . 

Haas, .Joseph 

Honakerft Baker,... 

Honaker. David 

Bead, William 

Hermann, H. H 

Hill, John E 

Hunt, John 

Harrison & Co., J. G . 

HIckey. Ed 

Hawkins, Williams... 

Hillemano, O. H 

Heineman, Alfred 

Huhn, Henry 

Haberman, Otto 

Harp. E.O 

Hallisay. William 

Helwlg, Edward 

Haines, O. L. N 

Hoi ton, Ghas. W 

Harrison, John 

Hayden, Thos 

Hoersch, Fred 

Henry, W. J 

Hammer. G. P 

Hligret, Josephine 

Henson, J. G 

Hoffman, Ghas 

Hamilton & Oo., T. L. 
Hurlburt & Agni w.... 
Hinkle& Co.. rrank . 
Hutchison, William... 
Hennecke & Plnmmer. 
Hagener & Hiehter. .. 

Howard, A. C 

Happle & Watson 

Harris, Michael M 

Huey, J. T 

Hennessy, P. J 

Haupt, E. P 



Warrensburg 

Hermann 

513 Chestnut St., St. Louis 

45^7 Easton Ave., ** 

4251 " *' 

ins. Broadway, " 

700 S. Fourth St., " 

1533 S. Broadway, " 

3438 *' " 

310 Main St., Kansas City'.!.*!.'!! 

209 W. 5th St. . Kansas City 

1529 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph. 
2023 N. Broadway, St. Louis. . 

1936 N. •* '* 

1C38 N. 3dSt., St. Louis 

Ash Hill 

206 Main St., Joplin 

Keytesville 

.Tefrerson City 

Liberal 

Boon vil le 

Columbia , 

.Jefferson City 

Salem 

Montgomery 

Fredericktown 

Lexington.' 

Rich Hill 

Wellsvllle 

Lexington 

Lexington 

Trenton , 

Salisbury 

Jackson 

Nelson 

Greenville , 

New Cambria , 

Pleasant Hill , 

Cape Girardeau 

Canton , 

Canton 

Hannibal 

Holstein , 

Waverly 

Elvlns 

Marshall 

PeirceCity 

Sturgeon / 

Graysboro 

Versailles 

Cape Girardeau 

Macon 

Liberty!!!!!!.!!!!!'!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Hannibal 

Aurora : , 

Perry 

Blackburn 

Trenton 

1920S. Broadway, St. Lx)uls 

Lexington 

Richmond . . . r 

719 Felix St., St. Jost-ph 

Webb City 

3914 S. Broadway, St. Louis 

Senath 

Springfield 

Slkeston 

1401 Manchester Rd., St. Louis.., 

OwensviUe , 

Jefferson City 

Laclede Hotel, St. Louis , 

West Plains 

Rich woods , 

Blodgett 

1901 Biddle St., St. Ix>uis 

5190 Easton Ave., 



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50 
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300 
300 



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50 
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50 
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9 80 
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13 85 

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10 62 






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22 99 
17 30 
16 60 
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27 55 


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27 50 
12 50 
22 65 
6 60 
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11 30 

6 50 

1 50 

3 33 

2 84 
6 50 
238 
680 
1 50 
1 80 
8 80 
300 
522 

4 50 
11 80 

750 

11 70 
15 35 

680 
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1 50 
20 51 

6 50 
31 25 

1 50 
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14 50 

12 12 
1 SO 
1 50 
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28 00 

29 23 
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29 50 
24 49 
18 80 
18 10 
11 50 
11 50 
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6 85 
21 50 



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76 
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26 50 

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50 
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6 73 

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1 50 

350 

1 50 

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29 00 

14 00 

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26 50 

18 51 

1 50 

1 50 

1 50 

350 



A-12 



178 



lir•:^oRT of the state auditoi^. 



SPECIAL, LIQUOR LICENSES RBB^UNDED-Contlnued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Heller, Adam 

Uowell & Brectsing 

Harris. E. E 

Hennessy. John, 

Highly. Thos. O 

HemmeJman, Theo 

Henan, James 

Herzog Bros 

Helnrlch, J. D 

Hanrahan, Bros 

Hunt, Ohas. M... 

Henry, Albert 

Helery, M. P 

Hess. G. Z 

Hoch, Henry 

Harrison, Oon 

Hanns. .Jos 

Holton, O. W. . 

Hagen, John 

Head, Fred 1^ 

Howard, John W 

Hamel, Ohas • 

Heyd, A 

Hughes. Oliver 

Hann. John 

Humann. Ghas. B 

Hpbel, Ohas. B 

Hoschelt. r. T 

Hoffmelster, Ohas. W 

Huckett. Geo. P 

Henchel. John 

Hooks, J. A 

Ualler, William 

HUblg, Frank 

Hannaman, J. F 

Hulderman, I 

Higglns& Klrby 

Hallway, H. A 

Hoffer. A. C 

Hodnett, Jas 

Holt. Geo 

Hatton, U. L 

Hughes. T. J 

Hillenkoetter, H. H 

Henry, Martin 

Hall, L. A 

Howard. M. J 

Harris. H. W 

Herbst& Bro., \Vm 

Henslck, H. F. W 

Hughes. Pat 

Holcomb, 0. H 

Hemminghaus, F. P 

HelTerson. James 

Hannaman Bros 

Hoerner. John 

Heyne, Frank 

Hoffman. Otto 

Haley, Michael 

Hlnaen& Warren 

Houek, W.J 

Haddock, Walter 

Harry, Martin 

Hartnett, James 

Hofer, Carrie 

Heiss, George O 

Hoelderle, John 

Hoeffner Frank 

Hatch. Harry 

Hansman & .scheil 

Hurd. F. O 

Isaacs, Joseph 

Italian-American Olub. .. 

Ingola. Theo 

Isell, Otto 

Jaeger, Joseph 

Jordan, John T 



1 1 
• I 



Augusta 

610 Main St., Joplin 

402 JopltD St., Joplln 

613MainSt., *• 

Deslodgtt 

aoi Convent St., St. Louis 

Baring 

St. Mary's 

Cole Camp 

3101 N. Market St.. St. Louis... 

2346 Washington Ave., 

601 S Broadway, 

316 North Euclid Ave.,* 

Kahoka 

Belief ountaine . 

634 N. Ninth St., Su i^ouis 

2200 Blddle St.. St. Louis 

Perry 

2100 Gravols Ave, St. Louis 

Hannibal 

307 N. Garrison Ave., St. Louis.. 

Well ston 

3300 Wisconsin Ave., St. Louis . . . . 

New Cambria .... 

2630 Montgomery St. , St. Louis ... 

920 N. Ninth St., St. Louis 

Hannibal 

1432 Washington Ave., St. Louis.. 

Jackson 

722 Delaware St., Kansas City.... 

Bridgeton 

ISlSGenesaeeSt., h'ansasOity. .. 

Sedalia 

2900 Virginia Ave., St. Louis 

4M14N. Broadway, St. Louis 

Chillicothe 



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St. Charles 

1211 Olive St.. St. Louis. 

1901 Olive St.. St. Louis 

1925 Market St.. " 

4256 Olive St., 

400 N. Eleventh St., St. Louis. 

701 N. Fourth St., 

410 Locust St., 

1800 Olive St., 

1013 Market St.. 

Equitable building, 

29 Market St., 

1939 Blddle St., 

1135 Market St., 

120 S. Sixth St., 

527 Franklin Ave. , 

1214 N. Third St., 

1108H Franklin, 

1731 

1339 Broadway, »• 

318 S. Broadway, St. Louis... 

1121 North 3d St., 

321 Pino St., 

112 N. .Tefferson Av., • • 

529 Walnut St. , Kansas City. 

1323 Grand Ave., 

711 Edmonds St., St. .Joseph. . 

102 Francis St., 

1501 Franklin Ave., St. Louis. 

723 Market St. , ** 

4974 Easton Ave., *' 

Poplar Bluff 

Key tesvl lie 

WebbCity 

Oarrollton 

5226 Pattlson St.. St. Louis... 
7th and Pine Sts., 
213 Pine St.. 
Cape Girardeau.. . . 
Fisk 



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$1 SO 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
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1 50 



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50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
60 
50 
50 
60 
50 
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1 50 
1 60 
1 50 
SO 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 
1 60 
1 50 



50 
50 
60 
50 
60 
50 



1 50 



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60 



1 50 



60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
1 50 
1 50 
60 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
1 50 
1 50 

IW 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



$10 00 

6 75 

10 00 

15 45 



360 



28 68 



5 

2 

1 

21 



00 
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34 
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28 15 

25 00 

500 



10 01 



10 00 
25 00 
25 00 

11 25 
080 



10 00 
25 00 



20 00 
500 



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8 60 



5 00 
760 

1 98 
200 
8 60 

2 70 



200 

4 00 

10 00 

1 00 



500 

436 

300 

20 

3 70 

4 80 



3 10 

3 10 

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46 

10 00 
2 58 
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10 50 



20 
60 
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20 
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16 50 

15 00 

300 

25 00 

• • • ■ ■ 

750 
10 CO 
34 53 

200 



Total. 



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16 05 



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10 

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80 18 
6 60 
350 
2S4 

22 53 

26 50 

27 65 

28 50 
650 
1 50 

11 51 
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11 50 
26 50 
26 50 

12 75 
11 30 



50 
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26 50 
1 50 

21 50 
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1 50 
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10 00 
1 SO 
6 SO 
900 
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4 40 

10 10 



20 
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50 
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1 70 

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60 
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1 96 

11 50 



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2 70 
5 10 
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2 70 

10 60 
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18 00 

18 50 
4 50 

28 50 



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98 03 

3 50 



DlSnUKSKMKNTS. 



179 



SPECIAL, LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. Total. 



$28 00 


1 r»o 


1 no 


26 54 


2! fjO 


57 75 


23 14 


10 00 


12 25 


26 oO 


11 50 


4 lo 


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1 50 


7 50 


3 20 


22 80 


15 30 


13 ;o 


34 80 


42 00 


32 15 


1 60 


1 H) 


26 50 


82 7ft 


41 &0 


1 50 


31 50 


11 00 


11 50 


11 50 


20 (j5 


46 50 


14 34 


26 50 


8 85 


4 00 


18 20 


1 50 


8 50 


1 50 


29 50 


1 W 


3 50 


6 50 


1 50 


21 fiO 


1 50 


1 50 


6 58 


2L 50 


1 50 


8 00 


15 50 


6 50 


16 50 


18 M 


23 50 


5 00 


1 50 


11 50 


8 00 


1 50 


1 50 


1 50 


26 50 


4 50 


11 50 


1 50 


26 50 


14 20 


11 SO 


1 50 


1 50 


8 34 


8 40 



Jaeger & Jack Isch 

.lohoson. J. W 

.ladgo. H. O 

JenniDRd & Co., W. L 

Jackson, M 

Jones & Co., II. P 

Johnson, E. A 

Jenkins & Fawks 

Johnson, J. W 

Joyce & Teheaa 

Jones, Prank 

Johnson, J 

Jlrlk. Williams 

Johnson Albert 

Jenkins. E. E 

Jacobs, R. W 

Jordan, Sam (estate) 

Jobnhon&Oo., J. W 

Johnson & Davidson 

Klelman & Elambrock 

Klnselia, J. P 

King Bros 

Kelly, F. M 

Kane, John, Jr 

Kearns, Geo. if 

KramolowHky, A 

Kem per, William 

Kopper, G. B 

Kruel, O. P 

Kehr, O. G 

Kauman, J. T 

Karcher, Thos 

Kerwin, John A 

Kirby. J. M 

Keein, N. L 

Kelly. R. W 

Kleluson^e, B.J 

Kling. W^m 

Knoblanch, Ed 

Karnes & Uo. . J. T 

Kinkhorst & Sun 

Klrby, P 

Kohler. Ben F 

Kunderer, J A 

Kern, Anton 

Kreenkamp& Cu., 11. ('... 

Kalol, John 

Klippel, Fred J 

Klein, A. L 

Kochm & Waldmiin 

Kennedy, J. F 

KUtermacher, Otto 

Kiippet & Lintuer 

Keller, S. A 

Kittreli, H 

Kleb. Geo. W 

Kahn, E 

Koester. F. L 

Klu(»meier. H. H 

Ken wick, Ben P 

Knlekraeyer. Chris 

Koelling, Edward 

Koch, Fred J 

Kalteman. Rudolph 

Kerlt. Chas. T 

King, M 

Kassebaum. A 

Komrska, Frank 

Koch, Geo. J 

Koch, H. M 

Kammer, Fred 

KIger, W. U 

Kettering. W. O 

Krampfert, Ohas 

Kirchoff. J. B 

Kuhn. Philip 

Kimmel, Obas 



Chamois 

Lexington 

New Madrid 

Eldorado Springs 

Carrol Iton 

West Plains 

Com m erce 

Carrol Iton 

Cass vilio 

215 North isth St. "st. Loiiis." '..'.'. '. '. '. 

70i Walnut St.. Kansas City 

21st and Chehtnut Si-!., St. Louis. 

2101 S. Broadway. St.l^uls 

'•19H N . * ' * * % 

714 Walnut St., Kansas City.'. !!'.. 

9E. 7thSt., •• 

HE. 3d St., •* 

Lexington 

Poplar Bluff 

Jefferson City 

Ozark Hotel, Sprlugfleld 

438 Com. St., •• 

Weston 

Maryville 

Brookfield, 

Union 

Mexico 

Cape Girardeau 

Union 

Napoleon 

Montrose 

Salisbury 

Ghermanvllle 

222 College St.. Springfield 

Odessa 

Ularksville 

Marcinsburg 

1325 E. HthSt., Kansas City 

Ht Charles 

HoUeywood 

Brunswick 

ChiUlcothe 

Antonia 

St. Peter 

Rallwln 

Concordia 

1831 E. 12th St.. tit. Louis 

St. Charles 

Kelso 

540 Montrose St., St. Louis... 

Stotts City 

Pilot Grove 

rx)ngtown 

Duenweg 

1802 Main St.. Joplln 

852tfS Broadway, St. Louis.. 

Centralia 

Fayette 

LaG range 

Bird's Point 

4228 Fair Ave., St. lx)uis. . .. 

Warrenton 

622 N. Broadway, St. Liouls .. 
4916 Nat. Bridge Rd ., * • 
2031 Salisbury St., 

Carnwell 

Mattese 

Fentun 

no Bird St., Hannibal 

( ireve Coeur 

Maplewood 

Kanoka 

Hannibal 

il02 South 4th St., St. Louis... 

Cardwell 

Hermann 



$3 00 



50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 

1 



50 
50 
50 
50 

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1 50 



SO 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 




1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
50 



8 00 



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1 
1 
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50 
50 
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50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 SO 
50 
50 



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1 

1 50 



50 
50 
50 

50 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 
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50 
.50 
50 
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50 
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50 
50 



1 1 



1 

1 

1 

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1 

1 

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1 

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1 

1 

1 

1 50 

1 50 



6 00 
1 70 
21 30 
13 ^0 
12 20 
33 30 
40 50 
81 15 





25 00 
61 25 
40 00 



30 00 

50 

10 00 

10 00 

18 55 

45 00 

12 84 

25 00 

7 35 

2 5) 

15 20 



700 


26 50 


200 
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20 00 


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5 08 
20 00 



6 

14 

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15 00 

17 00 

22 00 

3 50 



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850 


2506' 

300 

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2^00 
12 70 
10 00 





6 84 
6 90 



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kFPCiUT OK TMl-: STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAM8HOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Kiser & Johns 

Koeln, Edward 

Kalteobach, Jos 

Kreienbanm, Qerlit, 

Karbe,EmU 

Koch & i'o., Henry., 

Kellalee, F 

Knopfle, John 

Krleffe, Fred 

Kltngler, OttoJ 

Klbutz, .1. G 

Killlnger, A. F 

Kaltemyer, A 

Klosteman, R. E... 

Kamp. Henry 

Kuefner, A 

Kaiman, Stephen... 

KiUeen, T. E 

Keenan, J 

Kempf, J. O 

Key wood, I. T 

Kley, Herman 

Kluth, Alex 

Krieg, Michael 

Kitchen. S. J. T,... 

King & Anderson 

Kelnr, John 

Llndley. Loe 



Address. 



Lock, ilenr*etta 

Lehman & Dombach 

Lynch, W. H 

Ijow en stein & Co 

Lecky&Hutson 

Lazonby, J . O 

Lee, Wm. R 

Lane. W. F 

Llmberg & Denton 

Lottman, Geo 

Llyingston. John W 

Llnebach, Louis 

Langkrahr, Fritz 

Leiman, 0. A 

Lawson, Wm 

Lawson, Wm 

Letcher, Phil 

Lisle & Robinson 

Londergan, Jas. F 

Leber, Mary 

Long. John 

Llppe, D 

Lane, A . W 

Leonard & Greek more 

Lewis, J. R 

Lee, Itobert 

Ludwig Herman H 

Lang Wine & Liquor Co., 

P.O 

Liest, Henry V 

Lavln, John .) 

LaFlam, William 

Loe, F. M 

Lakeside Amusement Go. 

LeFaivre. Geo. W 

Llnneweith, U 

Langer, Arnold 

Lay ton & Neels 

Lange, Henry 

Loher, Robert 

Lohmueller, Chas 

Lauer, Ohas. 

Levy. Sam 

Lee, William 

Llnehart, O. M 

Loh»e, G. H 

Llpperman. J. W 

Levin, Nathan 

Leary, T. J 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



OhiUIcothe 

112 North 6th St.. St. Louis 

416 Washington Ave., *' 

110 N. Broadway, ** 

508MarketSt.. •' 

220 South 4th St., *' 

1000 Pine St.. •* 

711 North 7th St., " 

827 Franklin Ave., •* 

1837 *• •• " 

636 South Broadway. ' * 

Round Top, *• 

722 Broadway, •* 

1001 N.OihSt., '• 

126 N. Market St.. '* 

8900 N.Broadway, ** 

3501** *• *' 

417 Chestnut, *' 

200 Main St.. Kansa.s City 

1234Grand Ave. " 

HON. Fifth St., St. Joseph 

1811 Frederick Ave.. '• 

Chamois 

1500 Franklin Ave., St. Louis.... 

Keytesville 

Carterville 

Springfield 

Jefferson City 

Loose Creek 

Moberly 

Rich Hill 

Marshall 

Commerce 

Windsor 

Ava 

Granby 

Wellington 

Washington 

Versailles 

Higginsville 

stotts City. ..." .'.* .'.' .'.'.'! .' .' .'.'.'*!!.'.*!*!! 

p. O., Mammoth Springs, Ark 

Boise City.. 

Sullivan 

Sumner 

Osborn 

Pacific 

1022 Grand Ave., Kansas City 

Chemical Bldg., St. Louis 

Unionville 

Southwest City 

Prosperity 

Winona 

Fried helm 

1633 Market St., St. Louis 

Sedalia 

6116 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis...... 

West Creve Coeur 

Wentworth 

3870 Park Ave., St. Louis 

West Alton 

1900 California Ave., St. Louis.... 
3122 Cherokee St., 

Belglque 

3870 S. Jefferson Ave.. St. Louis.. 
117 N. Sixth St., 

1837 Market St., St. Louis 

224 8. 12th St.. '* 

Easton & Whittler *• 

409N. Levee. " 

2832 Easton Ave., " 

1715 Franklin Ave., ** 

12th and Market St., " 

935N.7thSt.. •• 

573 Walnut St.. Kansas City 



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400 

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12 50 


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11 45 


43 25 


1 50 


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18 13 


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11 25 


1 50 


11 60 


10 00 


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DISDUKSEMENTS. 



I8l 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICBNSBS REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Leary & Hall 

Lawrence & Broadharst.. 

lAuber, David 

LohrScCo., E. O 

LiniDerg& Miller 

Leiweke, A 

Mack, Oottlob 

Myers. T. H 

Mathews. H 

Marshall, E 

Miller. 0. J 

Morris, T. J 

Muellersman. John 

Miller. John L 

Moriarlty, John 

Miller & Junsers 

Mitchell, William 

Morris. Thos. J 

Moseley, J. F 

Myers, O. D 

Mueller. E. H 

Moran, John 

Mucci, O 

Moon. Loom is 

Miller, H. L 

Moss. John T 

Maid. Henry J 

Moeder, Ernst 

Murphy, M. L 

Morgan. William B 

May, T. L 

Meyer. \j>. iTt. • ■ 

Moon, John A 

Mullin. Philip 

Meatte & Meatte 

Machens. William 

Martin & Oo., Thos 

Michenfealer. P 

Murphy, Thos 

Moll Grocer Oo. , A 

Hasterson. Frank 

Muehlebach, William 

Mottz, Peter 

Mutschler. L 

Massard, Ernest 

Magenheimer. M 

Metz, John 

Masser, Tony 

Merick, M. 8. 

Mannion Bros. & Co 

Maschmann. F. W 

Mulcahey, John 

Maher. James 

Miller. Ohas 

Mangels, ilenry 

Morie, W. F 

Mlddendorff, Joseph 

Middendorff, Ben 

M Iddendorff . Clemen 

Michel. Ohrist 

Meyer, F. P 

Meyers. John A 

Hunger. Paul B 

Metzler, William A 

Mollineott. K 

iHeyer. •!. Vi... ••••• ....•• 
Meramec Highlands Co... 

Mueller. Tobias 

Madden, Thos 

Mallor. O. E... 

Mooney, John 

Mitchlck, W. E 

Morley. O. L 

Mahr, Phil 

Munzft Hoesslt 

Muml)rauer, A. E 

Massa, D 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



1401 Walnut St.. Kansas City 

11th and Main Sts., " . .. 

114 N. 4th St.. St. Louis 

614 Edmonds St., St. Joseph 

Lexington 

Centaur 

Savannah 

Savanhah 

Moberly 

Bird's Point 

JefTerson CI ty 

Oolumbia 

B^redericktown .. 

Cape Girardeau 

Warrensburg 

Cape Girardeau 

Trenton , 

Poplar Bluff 

Blackwater 

320 South St.. Springfield 

Boon viUe 

Liberty 

1006 Union Ave., Kansas City 

Bonne Terre 

13 E. RthSt., Kansas City 

Gilliam 

Pacific 

Cape Girardeau 

Elyins 

Bevier 

Louisiana 

New Haven 

Bonne Terre 

Cameron 

Portage ville 

Machens 

Concordia 

1700 Russell Ave., St. Louis 

PelrceClty 

614 Franklin Ave.. St. Louis 

Queen City 

1621 Grana Ave.. Kansas City 

Wellsville 

2800 £. 18th St. . Kansas City 

214 North Levee, St. Louis 

St. Charles...: 

Cape Girardeau 

825 Locust St.. St. Louis 

Holland 

8635 S. Broadway, St. Louis 

Washington 

809 Indep. Ave., Kansas City. ... 
3601 Manchester Ave., St Louis. 

Hannibal 

833 S. Fourteenth St.. St. Louis.. . 

3001 Easton Ave. , 

2330 Lemp Ave.. 

2802 S. Thirteenth St., 

2800 S.Jefferson, 

2424 S. Eleventh St.. 

Moscow Mills 

Valley Park 

Hannibal 

7220 Michigan Ave., St. I^uis.. 

001 Chestnut St., 

2200 Walnut St., 

Meramec Highlands, ** 

P.O., Normandy 

Windom , 

Sedalia 

411 Olive St. . St. Louis 

Hannibal 

800 Walnut St., Kansas City... 
9th & St. Charles St., St. Louis. 
Hermann 



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14th & Chestnut Sbs., St. Louis. 



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200 

12 60 

12 60 

24 65 

17 14 

50 00 

500 

10 85 



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51 40 
:» 50 
25 00 


23 85 

25 00 

26 38 
43 90 

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20 00 


11 70 
20 00 
10 OO 


16 88 
16 43 


80 65 

4 00 

10 00 



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12 75 
300 

13 10 

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10 00 
10 25 



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12 00 
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10 00 



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720 

25 00 

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10 00 

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7 90 

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4 65 



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500 
350 

14 00 
14 00 
26 15 

20 14 

51 SO 
6 50 

12 36 
1 50 

26 50 

52 90 
30 00 
26 60 

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27 88 
45 40 

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21 60 
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13 20 
21 60 
11 60 

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18 38 
17 83 

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32 15 

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11 60 

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26 50 

11 50 

11 75 

1 50 

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1 50 

350 

350 

11 50 

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13 65 

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11 50 

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REIX)UT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL. LIQUOR T.ICEXNSES REFUNDED-Contlnuccl. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Amount paid. 



Address. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total, 



MercliHiits Catering 

Morlsche, D 

Marre & Co.. Jas — 

Maoley, P. J 

Mooney, Jas. V 

Moser, Leo 

Mountain Ci rove Dlsl 

Mahoney. T. E 

Macklin, Thos 

Mllllano, W. D 

Mogler, Jos 

Martin, T 

Manne, H 

Mercantile Liquor L'o 

Maloney. M. E 

Murdock, Thos 

MlUana, .John 

Marchand. Louis 

Mulloy. K. A 

Meagher, J. V 

Munsell, U. 

McLaren, Alex 

McOlain, S. P 

McGinnfs, J. J 

McDonough, Tim 

McLachlan, Alex 

McLaughlin, J. K — 
McFarran & Co., 0. L 
McOasklll, W. J...... 

McDonald. Peter 

McTague Catering Go 
McCormack, John — 

MeNeary Bros 

McVey Kros 

McGuerren, E. G 

McKenzle. J«>hn 

McBrlde & Kenna — 

McKeown Bros 

McDermott. T. E 

McCaffrey. Jam(s — 

McBridle, S. L 

McMahan. J. T 

McAullff, M.J 

McGaw. J. P 

Nee& Gillespie 

Nestor, J. J 

Noble, 1 homas 

Numies. M 

Nagel, IJenry 

Nelson. David 

Nevln&Co 

Nagel, Frank A. 

Newbauer & Co 

Newbauer, Ben 

Nlemeyer, Henry 

Neiser, Martin 

Newbauer, Ben 

Northcutt Sc Ivnadel 

Nahm, Ix>u1s A 

Nlel. Charles A 

Nestle, Fred A 

Norton, George L 

Newman. John S — 

Nell, William 

Olson, Emil 

Oberheide, F. W 

Oder, John C 

O' Brien, .John 

O'Weara, T. M 

Oxt'udine & Co 

O'Brien. Frank 

O'Laugiilln, J. F. .. 

Owens & Haney 

O'Donnell, T...' 

O'Brien A: Co.. Janus 

Owens, James L 

O'llein, Bros 



Co. 



Co.. 



40^ Washington Ave , St. Louis.. 

SOOO Easton Ave.. 

518 Washington Ave., 

21st & Chestnut Sts., 

24 N. loth Si., 

809 Pine St.. 

218 N. 2nd St., 

tt22 N. Elliott Ave., 

2?1 3. Broadway, 

52? Walnut St. 

182-2 S. Broadway, 

WO 2 N. 3rd St., 

2800 N. Broad wuy, 

Market St., 

3701 N. Broadway, 

1I2S Walnut St., KHUsas City. 

205 N. Levee, St. Louis 

Bonne Ter re / 

Monett 



Memphis 

Fulton 

Lancaster 

Cape Girardeau 

Marshall 

New Franklin 

Oronogo 

Carl Junction 

Cabool 

Browning 

Century BIdg., St. Louis 

2.00 Adams St., " 

fOi N. Jefferson Ave, St Louis... 
3200 N. '* " 

120 Main St., Sedalla 

lOOOChesnutSt., St. Louis 

r>l3 N. Levee, ** . 

4-101 Easton Ave., St. Louis 

(Jor.llth&Ohestnut Sts. .St. Louis. 

1819 Market St., St. Louis 

306 N. Leonard Ave. *' 

17 N. ElevenlhSt., Kansas City.. 
.317 Walnut St., 

Webbcnty 

Soringfleld 

301 BoonvllleSt., Springfipld .... 

P. O. Hamburg, Iowa 

Slater 

118 North 12th St., St. liouls 

2131 Pine St.. *' 

CartervUle 

6th & St. Charles Sts., St. Louis.. 
Nevada 



P. O. Kirk wood 

1301 Market St., St! liOuis.... 

122 Walnut St., Nevada 

Hannibal 

Maplewood 

Grand Ave. & Meramec, St. Louis. 

4224 Easton Ave., 

401 North Levee, '* 

H15 Frederick Ave., St. .Joseph. .. 

Kahoka 

Linneus 

Cape Girardeau 

617 Edmonds St., St. Joseph 

Louisiana 

1001 Howard St.. St. Louis 

Webb City 

1 1 ann Ibal 

Kirk wood 

a^OO MHnrhost'-r Rd., St. Louis... 

Chilllfotlie 

M aeon 

2r» Sout h Sixth St. . St. I^uis 

316 Walnut St., " 



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1 80 


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1 20 


3 48 


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5 00 


35 


12 50 


11 50 


1 00 


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5 60 



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27 65 


23 60 


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9 25 


12 03 


6 70 


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32 20 


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2 60 


2 40 


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4 00 


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1 00 


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14 bO 


9 94 


18 00 


10 00 


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6 50 


55 70 


25 00 


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9 57 


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29 15 

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13 53 

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1 70 
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26 50 
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8 00 

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11 50 
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13 10 

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11 50 
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1 50 
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50 

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DISBURSEMENTS. 



183 



BPECIAL LIQUOR L1CE7NSES RBFUNDED-Contlnued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



O'Brien, James 

Olympla Liquor Ck>. . . . 

Oppenheimer » Jos 

Purtett&Oo., W. F... 

Pope, William 

Palmer. William 

Payne, Ben 

Pope, OeorgeE 

Pondiom. Joseph 

Paxton, John F 

Puchta. H. O 

Pearson, Obas. U 

Padayic, Anton 

Patterson, James P. . 

Parker, Al 

Pollock & Co.. D. F. .. 

Poundstone, W. A 

Peters. John 

Payne & Kelly 

Perano.F ' 

Pope. Henry 

Plel8t«eler. II 

Payne, J. T 

Prewitt. W. F 

Parrish A Arnold 

Parker. N. O 

Paule& Hund 

Peterson. E 

Pfelfer, William 

Ploehn, Henrv 

Pensa, John r 

Petrle, Thos 

Parsons & Co.. O. B... 
Pmdot A Co.. A. J.. . 

Parker, J. W 

Powell, W. O 

Peters, J. O 

Pattlson, Hugh 

Parle. Andrew , 

Planters Hotel Oo 

Plerl, A 

Pabst, William 

Parks, J 

Peckington, J. W 

Pannier, Fred 

Parker, S. B 

Pohle, M innie 

Pendergant, J as. ... 

Patrick A .Tones 

Pettham. W. H 

Phelptf, Oha6 

Probasco, F 

D.B 

Pierce, S. W 

Peters & Wilhoit 

luinn. Will 

lulgley, James W — 

[uinn. Obas. F 

luinn, .Tohn 

lulgley & Meer 

tulnn, M 

Rumpel & Son 

Rule, J. 

Beed& Kelly 

Boast, J. O 

Boehry, Anton 

Rogers, Joseph L 

Rogers, A. J 

Rehm, Gottlieb 

Ralthel, John P 

Rleke. August 

Reifschnlder, L. R.. 

Ryan, John 

Roesch. Gottlieb. ... 

Rezroth, Obas 

Rodenmeyer, Geo... 

Roper & Co., Ben.... 



1501 8tb St., Kansas Oity 

60S South 6th St., St. .Toseph . . . 
112 N. Second St., St. Joseph... 

Poplar Bluff 

Jefferson City 

Lexington , 

Carthage 

Jefferson Oity 

Cross Keys 

Maiden 

Washington 

Clinton 

Lingo 

Game 

Oarthage 

Campbell 

Cartervllle 

Mound City 

Oorder 

628 N. Beaumont St., St. Louis 

Osage City 

11 N. Taylor Ave., St. Louis... 



• « 



1 1 



Norborne. 

PelrceOity 

Forsyth 

1326 Main St., Joplln 

St. Charles 

P. O. Windom 

2900 Manchester Ave., St. Louis. 
1301 Arsenal St., 

2200 Washington Ave., 

120 N. Fifth St., St. Joseph 

Card well 

Hermann 

OarroUton 

Chillicothe 

530RoonyilleSt.. Springfield 

916 Finest.. St. Louis 

512WalnutSt.. ** 

St. Lnuis 

919 Locust St.. St. Louis 

ft25 Franklin Aye., 
2000 Pine St., 
623 Pine St., 

2901 S. Broadway, St. Louis.. 
1237 Broadway, " 
1200 North Third St.. 
20d Main St. , Kansas City ... . 
623 Messanla St., St. Joseph. . 
5?4 South Sixth. 
202 North 2nd St., 
816 Main St., Kansas City.... 
402 •• •» '• .... 

Monett 

Glasgow 

Bevier 

Unlonvllle 

318 Olive St., St. Louis 

PelrceClty 

33% Olive St. , St. LoQ is . . 
510 Main St., Kansas City . . . . 

Weston 

Springfield 

Moberly 

Canton 

Iron ton 

Louisiana 



1 1 



Ste. Genevieve 
Jefferson City.. 

Iron ton 

Gray's Summit. 

Trenton 

PelrceOity .. .. 

Dutzow 

Dutchtown 

Croker 



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14 54 


16 06 


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14 90 


16 40^ 


1 50 




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1 50 


1 50 


650 


8 00 


1 50 




1 50 


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12 17 


1 50 


500 


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1 50 


25 00 


26 50 


1 50 


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7 00 


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10 50 


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14 30 ; 


15 80 


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19 49 


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24 00 


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1 50 


1 50 




1 50 


1 50 


16 60 


18 10 


] 50 


21 96 


23 46 


1 50 


25 00 


26 50 


1 50 


3 50 


5 00 


1 50 


6 40 


7 00 


1 ,50 


500 


650 


1 50 


3 50 


500 


1 50 


425 


5 75 


1 50 


• ••.• • ■•>« 


I 50 


1 50 


90 00 


91 50 


1 50 


11 40 


12 90 


150 


19 00 


21 10 


1 50 


* ••• •••«• 


1 50 


1 50 


26 83 


28 33 


1 50 


27 20 


28 70 


1 50 


300 


350 


1 50 


22 30 


23 80 


1 50 


• •■••«. * * 


1 50 


1 50 


10 00 


11 50 


1 00 


l."i 60 


17 10 


1 50 


15 75 


17 25 


1 60 


13 50 


15 00 


1 .W 




1 50 


1 50 


12 00 


13 50 



1 84 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAMSHOP KKEPERS. 



Name. 



Kuffe, Kobt. W 

Kaaeil, Ernst 

Rexrotn & KoelUng 

Rossler, Joseph 

Redell, Geo. H 

Riecbman, Fred...'. 

Ryan, Edward 

Reynolds, L. D. B 

Riffle, James 

Rendlen, W. O 

Readey & Co 

Readey A, Mahcncy 

Rossier, J. fi 

RetagUata, Andy 

Ropers, John H 

Rendlen, A. E 

Roeche. N 

Roser, I. A 

Riley & Co.. VV. J 

liiibey, W. P 

Rlnchcval Ohas 

Relssaus, Chas 

Renz, F. W 

Ruetner, F. J 

Rtolghley, J. H 

Rosche&Son, N 

Ratz, Aug 

Rilling, David G 

Reden, Paul 

Relchmaun, George 

Ray, James 

Ryan & McGllUcuddy. ... 

Reardon &Grlflan 

Runde, J. D 

Reifscbnelder. Conrad... 

Reed. Andrew 

Rodenhauser, Peter 

Romig, F 

Rlsch, Chris 

Rltter. Frank 

Rosenbacb, Peter 

Rogers, E. O 

Roth. John K 

Roberts. F. M 

Rlemer, .T. H 

Rosier, Peter 

Riddle, Newton 

Reynolds & Co. M. J 

Smith, John H 

Steckman, Henry 

Scbnack. Henry 

Smith. W.O 

Scott. B. F 

Summers & Herb-st 

Scarcella & Stace 

Stamm, W. J 

i^CllUl vZt S3. tl..>>>. .•••...• 

Short Bros 

Stone. 1). C 

Schneider & Bro., L 

Schell & Lueckewotte ... 

Snyder, J. P 

Striker &;Fahlbu8ch 

Strobach& Co., O. G 

Sullivan, J. i) 

Scharff, M 

Senevey, Felix 

Schultz, Geo 

Shlvelblne, August 

Sutter & Breltenbach 

Schattner Bros 

Stephens Sc Hazel 

Swanson, Henry... .. ... 

Smith. Edward B 

Stelnecke, Louis 

Slemers, Louis 



Address. 



Amount paid . 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Total. 



St. Charles 

Wright City 

St. Peter 

New Melle 

407 North Levee. St. Louis 

1405 Main St., Joplln 

014 South 2nd St., St. Louis 

PelrceCity 

514 Edmonds St. , St. Joseph 

Rahoka 

Hannibal 

Union Trust Building, St. Louis. 

212 N. 6th St., 

310 S. Main St., 

822 Pine St., 

Hannibal 



1 1 
1 1 



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1 1 



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80lN.6thSt., St. Louis 

3603 Windsor Place. " 

309 Ohio St., bedalla 

Macon 

Rhlneland 

St. James 

3^0 Shenandoah Ave., St. Louis.. 

Hermann 

St. Charles 

600 Chestnut ^t., St. Louis.... 

700 St. Charles St. , 

622 Walnut St., 

1801 Chestnut St., 

1100 Market St., 

1907 

6th and Franklin Ave., 

1636 Franklin Ave., 

13 N. Broad wav, 

819 Franklin Ave., 

10.T0 

1404 S. Broadway, 

800 S. 

2127 S. 

4121jOCUst St., 

220UN. Broadway. 

1102 Walnut St.. Kansas City.... 

724 Felix St. , St. Joseph 

223 8. 6th St., •* 

1905 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph. 
213 Felix St., 

Dexter. 

Glen wood 

Jefferson City 

Boonvllle 

Boonvlllo 

Cuba 

Waynesvlllo 

Cape Girardeau 

1023 E. 5th St., Kansas City 

Moberly 

Corning 

Moberly 

Clinton 

Rus.sellvllle 

St. Thomas 

•Sullivan 

Huntsvllle 

Rolla 

Warrensburg 

333 Campbell St., Springfleld.... 

Bonnotts Mill 

Ironton 

Cape Girardeau 

Salisbury 

5-7 W. 12th St., Kansas City .... 

Kennett 

Lexington 

8 E. 4th St. , Kansas City 

13 E. 12th St., Kansas City 

Gordonvllle 



$1 50 
1 50 ! 
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1 50 
1 50 
9 00 ! 
1 50 ' 
1 50 , 
1 50 I 

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60 
50 
50 
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50 
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50 
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50 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
50 
1 50 
1 50 
90 
50 
50 
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50 
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1 50 
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50 
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700 

12 50 

100 00 

200 

625 

5i 

16 40 

10 00 



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1 S5 00 


25 00 


25 00 


10 00 


5 00 


10 00 


5 50 


7 00 


25 00 


12 60 


25 00 


900 


15 00 


450 


11 50 


17 00 


500 


"46 


400 


1 60 


1 20 


1 00 


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200 


4 00 


400 


5 06" 


10 00 


9 55 


7 00 


4 50 


3 45 



27 20 

15 00 

16 83 
50 00 I 
96 65 ; 



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13 05 



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26 43 
28 60 
13 00 
41 25 
21 00 



25 00 


10 00 
50 60 
.39 80 
21 00 


26*05" 

10 09 
23 50 


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$15 50 

1 50 

1 50 

8 50 

14 OJ 

109 00 
8 50 

7 75 
202 

17 90 
11 SO 
26 50 
26 50 
26 50 
11 50 

6 50 

11 50 

700 

8 50 
26 50 
14 00 
26 50 

6 50 
1 50 

16 5U 
600 

13 00 

18 50 
6 50 



1 
1 
5 
3 
2 
2 
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90 
50 
10 
70 
50 
50 



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3 
5 
5 
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50 
50 
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6 50 
11 50 

11 05 

8 50 
600 
4 93 

28 70 
16 50 
18 33 

51 50 
98 15 

1 50 

24 50 
14 55 

1 50 
81 50 
27 93 
31 60 
13 50 
44 25 
22 50 
26 no 

1 50 
n 50 

52 10 
41 30 

12 50 
1 50 

11 65 
11 50 

25 00 
1 50 

9 65 
1 50 

16 50 
2S 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



J 85 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPIHS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



SwartbOQt. Ned 

Smith & Cook 

Schubert, Martin 

Schroeder, Fritz 

Smith, E. O 

Simons, Joe 

Swartz. Frank 

Selfrled, Wm. .f 

Schwickhaus Frank... 

Skinner, F. E 

Sheeley. J. T 

Schuermann, J. W 

Saah, P 

Sobn, .1. L 

Schenker, U. 11 

Speck, diaries 

Hbc-k, A. V 

Sleffle, J. R 

Scbener, GeorKe II 

Stabc 11, Joseph 

Hnorgrass. B. V 

Sonnen,JohnG 

Sackett, R 

Schmidt, John 

Seyfrled, John 

Simmons, J 

Strack, Lawrence 

Strub? B. M 

Schanwecker, Aug. G... 

Seufert& Bur)i:er 

Steffenf', Edward 

Sanderson & Mad<^rla 

Schmidt, George II . 

Sparks. John N 

Soest, Hugo 

Sigmon. James K 

Sham ley. Henry 

Stranel, Eraii A 

Shanks, Ed 

Sext:;n, J. W 

Shelton&Oo 

Sexauer, Rd L 

Sexauer, William 

Schneider, JohnS 

Slack &Flnley 

Seggelke & Maloy 

Sbntt, JohnC 

Stine& Conner 

Seyler&Oo 

Seldenstricker, K 

Habin.O. R 

ScruggH, J.W, 

Schulte A G laddlsch 

Scburi, Geo 

SchanwecUer, Thco 

Schmid, Ed 

Schwarzweller & Doyle. 

Segirelke, Edward 

SwlUum, J. J 

Stoimle, Uenry 

Sheeley, Richard 

Steele, Geo. V 

Smith, J.H.&G A...; 

Sinclair, A. L 

Smith, .Tames 8 

Sebus, W. H : 

Stedlng. Chas 

Siamm, Joseph 

Schneider, Geo 

Senn, Bklward 

Schroeder, 0. F. W 

Scbwelckardt, Obas... ., 

Bchmld, Albert 

Snltzman, John V 

Soehnger, W. A 

Sahr,- Ferdinand , 



Pleasant Hill 

Ethel 

Taos 

Warrenton 

Hlbbard 

Belmont 

Lexl ngton 

Clinton 

Macon 

Slater 

New Madrid , 

Washington 

O'Pallon 

1208 Walnut St., Kansas City. 

St. James 

2133 3d St., St. LuuU 

H igbee 

Hale 

Manchester 

Elllsvllle 

Tipton 

Westphalia 

Moberly 

Sheffield 

8th & Charles St., St. Joseph., 

New Hamburg . 

Brunswick 

Koeltztown 

2rt15 8. 7thSt. St. LjuIs 

P. O. Granltevllle 

:tl8 MalnSt., JopUn 

WrightClty , 

Hlllsboro 

1737 Park Ave., Si. Louis 

Charleston 

Blodgett 

Hlllsboro 

Essex 

Kennett 

Plneville 

Ste. Genevieve 



Dawn 

Charleston 

Wayiand 

ni3 Grand Ave., Kansas Cliy. 

Chltwood 

417 Main St., Joplln 

636 '* * 

92% •• *' 

51« *• ♦• 

206 *• •* 

319 •• '• 

Freeburg 

Klrksvllle 

Edlna 

Alexandria 

California 

Hancock Place 

r. O. Moark, Ark 

St. Charles 

2aoo Olive St., St. Louis 

Laclede 

1228 S. Sixth St.. St. Joseph... 

Novlngor 

Dearborn 

2001CarrSt., St. Louis 

Washlngt^m 

140i) N. Main St , St. Louis.... 

2144 Adams St.. * 

400 N. Prairie, 

"The Cottage," 

4301 Manchester, *' 

Hannibal 

Klrkwood 

410 Lucas Ave., St. Louis...... 



f 1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
1 Sd 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



1 50 



50 
50 
50 
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1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 



SO 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 SO 
1 50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
SO 
SO 



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1 
1 
1 
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1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
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50 
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50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
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1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



50 
SO 
50 
30 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 



Stamps. Total 



$34 00 

600 

11 Oi 



■ ' ao'ia' 
21 00 


26"o6' 

10 00 
2; 55 



13 35 

500 

• • • • > 

12 10 
10 00 



"*■ 32*56" 


15 00 

15 00 

200 



6 95 

5 00 
20 00 

6 65 



11 00 
10 00 



6 00 

7 48 



200 


6 70 


25 00 


15 00 


5 00 


3 30 


2'> bo' 


780 


10 00 


25 00 


10 00 



3 00 
15 00 



12 50 



25 00 

"ii 06" 



300 ; 



27 00 

'3*76* 

as 35 

750 

600 

500 

10 50 



2 80 



125 
6 



50 
50 



12 50 
1 50 

81 68 

25 50 
1 50 
1 60 

26 60 
11 50 
29 05 

1 50 

14 75 

6 50 

1 50 

13 60 
11 50 



50 
50 



34 00 
1 50 
16 60 
16 50 
350 
1 50 
8 45 
1 50 

6 50 
SI 50 

7 15 
150 
1 5o 
4 50 

16 50 

1 50 

14 00 



1 
1 



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50 



26 50 
1 50 

15 50 
1 50 
1 60 
450 
1 50 

26 50 
1 50 

5 25 
30 85 

900 

6 50 
650 

12 00 



1 
1 
1 
1 



60 
50 
SO 
SO 



12 50 

U 50 

3 00 

7 30 

8 98 



1 50 


4 ."» 


I 50 


3 SO 


8 30 


26 50 


16 50 


6 50 


4 70 


I 60 


28 50 


930 


11 60 


26 50 


XI 50 



J 86 



RErOUT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPKCfAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED-Continued. 

DUAM8HOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Schmidt, John 

RchlesioKer. Adolph.. 

Schilling, H. B 

Schaubacher, G 

W. F... 

Stumm. QeorKe 

Schneider, John 

Stolt7., Anton 

8temmc, Herman.. .. 

Shepherd, J. K 

Simon, HenryS 

Shubert. C. T 

Sontag. Oarl 

Studt, Jacob J 

Sams. Robert L 

Smith, H. R 

Sherry, John 

Sherer. John G 

Sly-Deck Ll<|uorUo.. 

Schtne. F. S 

Schelnemann, A 

Sultzman, Henry 

Schweitzer, William. 

Schulte, Dolph 

Stanton, O. B 

Stevens, A 

Schulte, Wm. T 

Sewell, J. F 

Slebe. Jolin W 

Sarman. F. W 

Schibl, Chas 

Schwanlger, Frank R. 

Schuri, George 

Scheer, Renry. .-. 

Stabler, John 

Standenmeyer, B. B.. 

Stout, John 

Smith, D. W 

Southern Hotel Co 

Sleber, Geo. J 

Sullivan & Oo 

Sauter, B 

Schrlck&Co., A. W.. 

Speckcot.* Henry , 

Satterwhite, J. F 

Skay. John 

Smith, A. G 

Strait. Chas 

Stendel. Paul F 

Schwelger, Gnstav 

St. Nicholas Hotel 

Schmidt. Ohas 

Scherf. Henry 

Sullivan. O. O 

Spaulding, F. E 

Sutton. Q C 

.Kchoenberg. Frank... 

Shannon, .Joseph 

Steele, John L 

Steuck, F. H 

Sinclair & Co., A. J.. 

Sawyer. Tom 

Shaw. W. S 

Snyder. William 

Teft. A. C 

Todd. J. 

Thomas. Geo. H 

Trjimmel, Chester 

Topcl, Erail 

Them, John L 

Taylor, John 

Taylor, John 

Thurman, L. D 

Thien. Elenrv tJ 

Thomas, Fred T 

Turner. O. L 

Thurman, William .. 



801 Morgan St., St. 
3149 Olive St.. 
4098 Nat. Bridge Rd 
Hannibal 



Louis. 



3101 Easton Ave., St. Louis. 

Oakvllle 

St. Charles 

Gumbo 

Seneca 

Luxemburg 

P. O. Nursery 

Morrison 

Studt 

AU5 Bartmer Ave., St. Louis 
523 0hesti.utSt., ** 

Old Monroe 

New Hamburg 

.'52i3 Pine St., St. Louis 

2()06 Market St., *' 

Hannibal 



1 1 



I • 



St. ]x)uls 

« ( 



Maltese 

Hotel Victoria, Kansas Cily 

2 N. 12th St.. St. Louis 

St. Charles 

219 Main St., Sedalla 

.%2 *• »' 

California 

St. Charles 

721 Chestnut St., St. Louis... 

413 Locust St., 

1801 Market St.. 

1300 Olive St., 

6H Market St., 

2216 Chestnut St., 

4201 Easton Ave., 

Southern Hotel, 

623 Walnut St., 

Miami 

1311 Franklin Ave., 

901 Market St. , 

1340 S. 7th St., 

1.V26S. Broadway, 

2900 

218 S. 18th St., 

400 N. Main St., 

2120 N. Broadway, 

.832 N. 4th St., 

r^th and Locust St. , 

3133 N. Grand Ave., 

522 Market. St.. 

8th and Wall Sts., Kansas City. 

301 E. 12th St., 

524 S. 4th St.. St. Joseph 

1102Faron8t., " 

1330 St. Louis Ave., Jvansas City 
2748 Franklin Ave., St. Louis... 

Rich Hill 

Webb City 

407 M.iin St., Joplin 

Monett 

Kahoka 

Rich Hill.... 

Newburg 

Carthage 

Como . . . .' 

Chamois 

701 BittnerSt., St. Louis 

Parnell 

Maysville 

ElvlBs 

3678 S. Broadway, St. Louis 

l3iJ3 Chestnut St., " 

314 Main St., Joplin 

532 *• *• 



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1 50 
1 50 



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1 
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50 
60 
50 
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50 
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1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
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50 



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1 50 
1 50 



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1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
50 
50 



1 
1 



1 50 



50 
SO 
50 



1 50 
1 50 
1 .fJO 
1 50 
I 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 
50 



1 50 



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50 
50 
6(1 



1 60 



50 
50 
50 
60 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 



1 
1 
1 



50 
50 
50 



1 50 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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50 
50 
50 
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50 
50 
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50 
50 
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25 00 
5 00 
25 00 
5 00 
23 00 
25 00 
10 50 
10 00 




500 


m 


500 


400 


1 22 


1 50 


50 


45 


80 


90 


13 50 


4 86 


10 00 


1 72 


""261) 



1 00 

2 »0 
6 32 
500 

15 00 

12 20 

300 



14 00 
41 00 
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5 



1 00 



19 75 



Total. 



$6 60 
11 50 
S6 50 
11 50 
11 60 
1150 
1 50 



26 50 


6 50 


26 SO 


8 50 


26 50 


6 50 


28 50 


26 fiO 


12 00 


11 00 


1 50 


8 50 


26 50 


11 50 


11 60 


11 50 


14 00 


1 50 


25 00 


650 


15 80 


650 


R 60 


6 70 


4 00 


11 50 


10 80 


11 50 


A 50 


2 40 


1 90 



26 50 
500 
6 50 
2 15 



6 50 


550 


2 72 


300 


200 


1 95 


2 90 


2 40 


15 00 


8m 


11 50 


1 50 


322 


1 50 


860 


250 


4 30 


782 


500 


16 50 


13 70 


4 50 


150 


15 50 


42 50 


850 


1 50 


250 


1 50 


1 60 


1 50 


1 CO 


1 50 


1 50 



21 25 



DISDUKSEMENTS. 



187 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICBfTSBS REFUNDED— Continued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Teter, Lon 

Thompson & Taum 

Travis & Co., J. F 

Thesure, E. L 

Todd, J.C 

Tesar, F 

Trlester, WUllani 

Thompson & Brown 

Troll, Ohas 

Thomas, Ohas 

Tobln. J. W 

Trefney, Ohas. W 

Turner, John 

Tannhauser & Co 

TrsiUe, T.J 

Thomas, John 

Tooherjr, Thomas 

Toohey & shannon 

Urban, William 

Ilnnerstall, Ohas 

Underwood, Joseph 

Vaeth, .Joseph 

Valerius, Frank 

Velth, Ben 

Vetech, George 

Vlckery & Marsh 

Vlckery, George 

Van Eaton. J. J 

Vaughan, J. IT. 

Valvenbold, Fred ., 

Vaccarezzo, Geo. A 

Vogle, William 

Vogle, Chas 

.Vesper, Joseph B 

Walden, J. W 

Wagner, W. W 

Wayne. D. D 

Winkelmeyer, Ed 

Wright, W. W 

Wolff&Brock 

Weber&Berg 

Winters, C. M 

Winters & Johnson 

Wlngeit^n, A 

Wot)dward. O. P 

West& Co.. S. K 

Wlld&Bentz 

Workman, U . L 

White. Albert 

Williams. Philip 

Welnand, William 

Walker & Co., James 

Williams & Son, Lewis 

White, J. L... 

Wise, L 

Wh'te, Sllns W 

Walker& Koch 

Weliecke. F. II 

Woods, T. 11 

Wenzel. L 

Williams, L. H 

Westhoff. Uenry A 

Weber&Wlld 

Wahlgomuth, Otto 

Warden. Charley 

Wlttmer& Strub 

Winkle, William 

Winter. Philip 

Wchlerman, H. 

Wenzel, John. 

Wllklns& Wllllford 

Wlese, Chas. J 

William & MulTman 

Weyland, J. 11 

Walker. J. ? 

White, Thomas 

Whitteker& Alien 

W<3od bine Buffet Co. .. . 



Address. 



Amount paid. 









Ardmore 

513 Chestnut St., St. Louis... 

Charleston 

Hotel Rozler, St. Louis 

Newburg 

1700 8. nth St., St. Lonls. . . 

Macon 

211 Main St.. Sedalla 

S025S. Broadway, St. IjouU... 

6th & Broadway. 

1901 Locust St., 

814 Olive St., 

2344 * * * * 

111 N. 6th St., " '/.'.. 

1129 Grand Ave., Kansas City 

1537 Main St., 

9 E. 5th St., 
118 E. 8th St., 

Oentertown 

Cape Girardeau 

15 W. 6th St., Kansas City 

Ste . Genevieve 

309 W. 8th St., Kansas City 

Jefferson City .. .. 

O' Fallon ^ 

Macon 

Macon 

Poplar Bluff 

Neck City 

5765 Easton Ave. , St. Louis 

1019PineSt., " 

625 Chestnut St., '* 

502 Edmonds St.. St. Joseph 

4th and SylvanlaSts., St, .loseph. 

Mob«rly 

Jefferson City 

Columbia 

Union 

Huntsvllle 

Mexico 

Marshall 

Trenton 

Mexico 

Cape Girardeau 

Thayer 

Marshall 

Warrenton 

Rock Port 

Leeds 

Festus 

Glasgow 

Roll a 
Bevler 

10 E. 4th St.. Kansas City 
Aurora 
Slkeston 
New Haven 
Jackson 
Central I a 

801 Franklin Ave., St. IjOuIh 
Mountain Grove 
St. Charles 
Bevler 
Augusta 
Lamar, 
Brunswick 
Rich fountain 
2410 N. Newstead Ave.,St. Louis 
20U0 N. Eleventh, 
1501 Franklin Ave., 
Ilornersvllle. 
3751 Cass Ave., St. Louis. 
Crane 

424 Main St., Joplln 

Marccllne 

Neosho 

Ilartvllle 

108 N. 6th St.. St. Louis. 



Permit. 



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50 
50 
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50 
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50 
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1 50 



50 
50 
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300 



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50 
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1 50 



50 
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Stamps. 



ift no 




17 00 


10 00 


15 00 


690 


7 65 


12 45 


28 40 


2S00 


25 00 


38 90 


7 50 


15 00 


27*50 


"■ 26*66 


5 00 


25 00 


12 35 


19 60 


4 CO 


15 00 


26 75 


600 




10 00 


2262 


4 70 


10 00 


11 90 


12 60 


500 


11 00 1 



Total. 







$25 00 




25 00 




25 00 




4 00 




500 




15 00 




5 00 




2 16 




5 00 




30 




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90 


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1 00 




1 00 




21 25 




3 00 


200 ; 


2 00 




17 75 ' 


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11 00 




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$1 50 
26 50 
26 50 
26 50 

5 5U 

6 50 
16 50 

6 50 
366 
6 50 
80 



50 
40 
2 50 

2 10 
50 
50 
50 
75 
50 
50 

3 50 
3 50 

19 25 
23 36 
15 50 



1 
2 
2 
22 
1 
4 



1 
1 



50 
50 



11 60 
1 50 



26 50 


10 50 


12 50 


730 


15 75 


1 50 


1 50 


18 50 


11 50 


16 50 


8 40 


9 15 


13 95 


31 40 


27 50 


1 50 


26 50 


1 50 


1 50 


1 50 


41 90 


1 50 


900 


16 50 


1 50 


29 00 


1 50 


21 50 


6 50 


26 50 


13 85 


21 10 


5 50 


16 50 


28 25 


750 


1 50 


1 50 


11 50 


1 50 


1 50 


23 52 


6 20 


11 50 


13 40 


14 10 


6 50 


12 50 



1 88 



REPORT OF TUE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL LIQUOR LICENSES REFUNDED-Contlnued. 

DRAMSHOP KEEPERS. 



Name. 



Address. 



Amount paid. 



Permit. 



Stamps. 



Warren, E. E. 



Wenk, J. P 

Wcinand & Ruffel 

West End Hotel Uo 

Wlpke, F. W 

Weiss. Jacob 

Willmlng, Benry W 

Workman!. H. L 

Wernhiiener, C. P 

WIes, Joseph 

Weyand & Berghjfer... 

Wochosky. Frauk 

Walter, Frank 

Wlethau pt, Joh n 

Wlwer, Wm. II 

Wsii^Der, Julius 

Winter, Chas. E 

Wllbers & Otto 

Wlttenl>erK, U. B 

Wingler, T. O 

Wallner, Adolpb 

Wamser, Alexander — 

Wabash R. R. Co 

Wiley. O. P. N 

Walterscheid & Imhoff. 

Waltz. Edward 

Waye. William 

Wlbbelman,' An^. . .. 

Wurst. Rein hold 

Ward, John O 

Williams. W. a 

Waldman. A 

Wasem. Henry 

West, B. n 

Wagner. Ed 

Wolf. Fred 

Ward, Joe 

Wortman, Fred 

Wessbecher. Albert 

Wackerlln. Geo 

Wullschlege & Harmis.. 

Weinland. Geo 

Winter, Ferd H 

Wuest. Minnie 

Wyrlck, R ." ... 

Welch. H. L 

Winter. L 

Walk. Chris 

Wilks A Stephens 

Wlest&Co., C. H 

Younger & Oragg 

Young, John H 

Yowell. M. T 

Yahn. Edward 

Zuerker, John B 

Zehrt, O. C 

Zulair. John 

Zleger, George 

Zlegler, Joseph 

Znmwalt, E 

Zimmerman, F 

Zorn August 

Zcntner, N 

Zimmerman. W. F 

Zeiser, William 

Zlka. Adolph 

Zelozo, L 

Zobel, William 

Zlnn. Chas. B 

Zimmerman. Chas 

Zelp, J. H. E 

Zink, Herman 

Zamone, Jas 

Zoleggl, L. J 

Zeldler, Gus 



1 1 
• « 



« • • • 



.Joplin 

Central City 

Oronogo , 

Glasgow 

West End Hotel. St. Louis 

Dwyer 

1004 Market St., St. LK)uis 

Pond 

Rock Port 

700 North 15th St., St. J^ uls 

80lSouth4th •• " 

Palmyra 

4024 S. Broadway, St. Ix)uis 

Wbllston : 

Florissant 

Esther 

1421 N. Market St., St. Louis 

215 N. 9th St., •' 

St. Elizabeth 

1400 Manchester Hd., St. liOuIs.... 

«00N.3rdSt.. 

2801 Franklin Ave., 

'JSiil Meramec, 

St. Louis 

Joplin 

California 

Hermann 

St. Charles 

1433 Market St. . »i. Louis 

300 Locust St., 

121 N. 13th ^C, 

230 Chestnut St., 

1141 Chouteau Ave., 

4519 Easton Ave., 

4424 

1038 Market St., 

927 Pine St.. 

524 Elm St.. 

1016 Franklin Ave., 

2900 Shenandoah, 

1201 S. Broadway, 

3047 Olive St., 

IJMBS. 7th St.. 

2101 N. Broadway. 

4400 N. 

220 E. 12th St. . Kansas City. . . . 

I20a Walnut St., " 

302 Edmonds St., St. Joseph.. .. 

l/cxington 

214 S. Campbell St.. Springfield. 

Columbia 

101 Main St., .Joplin 

Piedmont.. 

Hannibal 



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Grand total, 



Liberty 

St. Clair 

Rock Port 

Pacl6c 

109 W. 9th St.',' 'Kansas City. '. 

Washington 

2222 E. 18th St.. Kansas City. 
724 Walnut St.. 

1046 Main St.. .Toplin 

1106 Vandeventer, St. Louis.. 

Ballwin 

210N.4tbSt.. St. Ix)uis.. 

4S35 Delmar Ave., 
5401 Manchester Rd., 
3870 Park Ave.. 

Norborne 

13.^ Prairie Ave., St. Louis. 

Maxvi lie 

1301 Pine St.. St. Louis. 

629 Morgan St., 

217 N. Comptou Ave., ' * 



1 1 
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$1 50 



50 
1 50 
1 60 
1 50 
1 60 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
fO 
50 
60 
50 
50 
60 
50 
50 



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60 
60 
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50 
50 
50 
50 
50 
60 
50 
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60 
60 
50 
60 
50 
60 
50 
50 
50 
50 
50 



1 60 



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60 
60 



1 60 



50 
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50 
600 
1 5() 
50 
50 
50 



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1 



1 
1 
1 



1 50 



50 
50 
50 
50 
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$2,023 50 



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5 on 

H 75 
25 00 

600 
25 00 



SCO 

300 

10 00 



25 00 



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G 00 
14 00 
26 00 
25 00 
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no 

7 00 



500 

860 

hO 

80 

10 00 

2 80 

800 



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2 



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CO 
40 

1 00 
68 
70 

2 00 
200 
8 00 



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45 

2 f.O 

2 50 
00 
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16 

31 60 
26 70 

3 40 
25 00 
10 00 
10 00 



4 
6 



2 

2 
15 



500 

• ■ ■ « 

3 07 

60 
340 



14 75 




10 00 




■"24'40 
200 




*'53'i6" 
600 
500 
25 00 


10 00 
25 00 



113,350 47 



Total. 



18 50 

1 50 

1 to 

6 50 
10 25 
24 60 

6 60 
26 50 



1 
4 
4 



50 
50 
50 



11 60 
1 50 

26 50 
1 60 
1 50 

11 50 
7 50 

14 00 
26 50 

26 50 
11 50 

880 

16 00 

ISO 

660 

10 10 

15 30 

11 90 
11 50 

430 
9 60 

5 50 
3 50 

1 90 
250 

2 18 
220 
850 

3 90 
950 
550 

6 50 
1 95 

4 00 
400 
850 
350 

16 96 
33 10 

27 20 
4 90 

26 50 
11 50 

11 no 

1 50 
16 25 

1 50 
11 50 

1 50 

25 90 
350 
ISO 

59 10 
650 
650 

26 50 
1 50 

11 50 

26 50 

1 50 

650 



50 
57 
10 
90 



115,382 97 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



189 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE . EXPOSITION. 

(Section 1, page 1.^, Iiaws li)03.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
AppropHation for 1903 and 1904 



?992,935 79 
990,000 00 



Total 11,982,935 79 



Balance cancelled 



Balance 

Amount set aside for National Guard support. 



Net balance. 



992,935 79 



J£90.0CO 00 
G0,0CO 00 



$940,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Allen, E. D., salary and expenses 

Arbt'nd, Ang^eizer, adv 

Allison, J. O., salary and expense 

American Express Co., expressae^e 

Armour Packingr Co., supplies 

AlthofE & Co., supplies 

Archambau, S. R., supplies 

Antle, A. C., fireman 

ArmstronsT, T. B.. specimens 

Abbott, A. F., labor 

Andi:ea, J. W., photos 

American Contracting: Co., supplies 

American Surety Co., bond 

Ambu^ter, L. J., supplies 

Art Metal Construction Co., supplies 

Anderson, Mack, supplies 

Acres, Geo. W., expenses 

Alleh Decorating: Co., ptg:., etc 

American Mutoscope & Biog^raph Co 

Audrain Coal Co., coal 

Associated Express Co , 

Aloe, A. S. & Co., mdse 

Bohl, P. W., rent 

Buxton & Skinner Sta, Co., stationery... 

Beckwlth, *D. C, adv 

Bausch & Laub Optical Co 

Blair, B. K., salary 

Bonfoey, B. H., salary and expense 

Bemls Bros. Bagr Co., supplies 

Barnard, Geo. D. & Co., sta. and books. 

Burkhardt & Rioe, printing: 

Buchanan, G. V., salary and expenses... 

Bitter Coal, contract 

Buckley, B. R., expenses 

Baumhoff, F. W., postag^e... 

Blosser, John, expenses 

Bock, R. W., contract 

Byrne Photo. Co., supplies 

Brown, J. J., salary 

Barnes, W. B., service 

Brewer, J. T., supplies 

Berry Coal & Coke, coal 

Busch, E. J., supplies 

Brajshier, Minnie, salary 

Berry, J. H., supplies 

Boyles, Bdw., supplies 

Baker. R. B., salary and expenses 

Banner Iron Works, supplies 

Bay State Zinc Mining: Co., specimens... 

Brown, W. D., mdse 

Burns, A. S., labor 

Briscoe, C. B., supplies , 

Baldwin, R. L., labor 

Booth & Staak, contract 

Bell, B. T., expenses 

Borchering, B.. supplies 



11.227 00 

4 00 

1.090 00 

93 82 

344 47 



?'i 00 

291 10 

2 76 

8 96 

1,100 00 

1.610 00 

15 00 

137 15 

59 00 

1,133 54 

250 00 

8 00 

420 00 

176 12 

550 00 

150 00 






$4,128 11 
2,389 96 



23118 


n 60 


375 53 


392 50 


201 00 


14 00 


20 00 


1,257 C3 


40 00 


30 00 


147 80 


S3 13 


25 45 


:12 92 


4,515 73 


45 60 


f£4 86 


33 43 



2.165 85 



600 00 
3.611 90 



15 60 

3.483 07 

250 00 



2,187 50 

2.104 58 

90 75 

39 18 

1.584 31 

41 80 

695 69 

35 00 

23 22 

1,060 50 

75 00 

C»0 fO 

1 

7 

11 30 

7 00 

1,500 00 

6 20 

6 



25 

15 



25 



1 <jO 



ki:i»OkT OF THE STATJC AUDITOR. 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE BXPOSITION-Contlnued. 



Persons to whom warrants' were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



frolfpht. 



Rroderwiclc & Wind, contract.. 

Harnes, A. T., labor 

Hell Telephone Co., service.... 

Hoehl, K., contract 

Barnes Lumber Co., su])i)lies.. 

Bickle & (!o., contnict 

Board Education Kansas City, 

Beyers, Chas., flowers 

Berry VVehmlller Mch. Co., supplies 

Barr, Vv'm., Dry Goods Co., mdse 

Bechtold Printing Co., printing 

Butler, Elizabeth, decoration 

Black, James & Co., contract 

Beatle Mfg. Co., supplies 

Bushnell, D. J., seed 

Bien, J. & Co., supplies , 

Blue Valley Dairy Co., supplies 

Banister, H. L., supplies 

Beuhler & Mann, painting 

Brownell, S. M., labor 

Babb, J. G., freight 

Benning, H. G., supplies 

Bremmerly, Chris, labor 

Bonfoey, L. P., salary 

Briedgeman, J. H., salary 

Burnes, Edgar, salary 

Blackwell, L. B., expenses , 

Bright, Helen, salary 

Briel, Theo., salary , 

Banner Coal Co., coal 

Baxter Molding Co., supplies 

Brodewlcs & Bascom Rope Co., supplies... 

Bash, T. W., plans 

Baker, E. C. & Co., supplies 

Brooks Mfg. Co., supplies 

Bullock Electrical Co., supplies 

Brown, TInsley, expenses 

Burnap, T. P., Stationery Co., stationery. 

Brlner, C. J., repairs 

Construction News Co 

Carthage Stone Co 

Chester, B. E., supplies 

Crumbaugh, J. E.. labor 

Clisby, J. R., & Co 

H. , supplies 

A., labor 

Ray, salary 

M., saUiry 

S., salary 

M . , salary 

contract 

mules 



Carter, A. 
Cochil, W. 
Campbell, 
Crown, F. 
Couch, B. 
(Yow, F. 
Cooper Bros., 
Carroll. C. B. 

Curtis, Geo. C, contract 

Carstarphen. Geo., supplies , 

Cain, Mrs. M. A., salary 

Carleton Dry Goods Co., mdse 

Cramer Dry Plato, supplies 

Cook, J. B., labor 

Chandler, C. G., painting fish tank. 

Childess, J J. T., labor 

Carroll, C. C, salary 

Corum, J. G., corn prize 

(^hester, E. B., expenses 

Carroll, S. S., salary 

Christian, W. B., packing goods 

Cramer, Catherine, salary 

Calvert, W. J., supplies 

Chase, H. & L., Bag Co., supplies. 

Cowgill, B. P., labor 

Carter, Fletcher, salary 

Christian. L. F., erecting flag poles. 

Commercial Photo Co., supplies 

Cook, W. H., labor 

Combe Ptg. Co., stationery 



$2 10 
25 67 
80 00 
131 85 
i\2 50 
90 (m 
90 48 

:u 50 

SI 25 
83 94 



$17,327 00 

eo fiU 

91 in 

1,G86 40 

50 59 

2,360 00 

26 37 

465 90 

24 35 
985 39 
535 15 
196 00 

1,400 00 

128 00 

86 99 

2,000 00 
600 91 

34 5S 

25 00 
93 06 

23 91 

187 o;{ 

29 5') 
75 A-^ 

29S Ofi 

298 00 

38 y^ 

50 00 
60 OO 
31 20 

35 So 
2,283 87 

38 00 

40 Oil 

;!4 69 

852 50 

328 74 

278 00 

24 00 

59 73 



95 5.') 
83 71 

128 51 

390 00 

4,160 00 

400 00 

5.288 00 

149 00 

388 70 

1,734 39 

29 10 

26 50 

17 50 

50 75 

170 00 

15 00 

42 30 

476 89 

585 

660 4S 

7 14 

6 55 

26 60 

80 00 

90 CO 

101 05 

i8 75 

55 00 



blSliURSEMENTS. 



Ujl 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION-Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warranis 
issued in 

1904. 



:i 



$1,330 00 

1 50 
100 (K) 
4r,9 38 



Clark, C. H., photos 

Clifton, C. M., map work 

Colo Glass Mfg. Co., supplies 

Coe, T. W., labor 

Cline, li. E., labor 

Cunningrham Bros., supplies 

Commercial Electrical Co., supplies 

Chicago Laboratory Co., supplies 

Carelton, A. W., supplies 

Collins, D. J. & Co., supplies 

Cupples Woodenware Co., supplies 

Clark, D. S. & Co., labor 

Colter, S. B., i>ainting 

Coontz, J. S., supplies '. 

Cram, J. H., Furniture Co., mdae 

Central Construction Co., contract , 

Clark, Theo., salary 

Corticella Silk Co., mdse 

Davis, M. T., salary and expenses 

Daily Record, ptg 

Dangerfleld, J. H., salary 

Darlington, E. R., Lumber Co 

Duncan, B. P., expenses 

Dunklin, J. H., salary, etc 

Democrat Publishing Co., printing 

Dorn, L. A., supplies 

Durke, J. A., suppli('« 

Donnell, P. T., labor 

Dickinson, C. P., salary 

Davies, R. M., contract 

Dickerson, Robt., expenses , 

DeCamp Bros. & Yule, supplies 

Dudley, W., map work. , 

Detweiler, A. J., expenses 

Die], H. E., labor 

Dittemore, Melvin, supplies 

Dugger, B. M., expenses 

DItzgen, E., supplies 

Dencan, A. C, salary 

Darr, P. B. A., contract 

Dregg, L. D., expenses 

Dunsloe, R. V., supplies 

Doughty, Jno. A., supplies 

Davis, W. W., supplies 

Daiiks. G. D., labor 

Douglass, J. L., expenses 

Dockery. Gov. A. M., expenses 

Davis, G. E., supplies 

Donk Bros. Coal Co., coal 

Donaphant, R. W., supplies 

Evening Press, printing 

Evans, J. C, Jr., salary, etc 

Espemshield. Milton, salary 

BJvard, J. M., expenses ' 

Eyer, Ralph, salary I ^... 

Eaves, H. T., salary ' 

Ellis, Geo. B., postage ' 

Elwang, W. W., statistics ' 

Exposition, Fire Prooflng Co., supplies ! 

Eclipse Electrical Co. , contract ' 

Exstein. A. J., salary ' 

Eagle Metal Works, supplies ' 

Emery Mfg. Co., contract ' 

Earney, Ewd., salary ' 

Edlttttein Bros., supplies I 

Ellison Floral Co., supplies ! 

Funk Bros. Seed Co., supplies 5 00 

F'axton. Horton, Gallagher Drug Co . , mdse 678 54 

Fruit Grower Co., supplies 75 00 

Favor, E. H., salary ' 69 49 

Prazer, Jas. B., contract •. ' 

Farrls & Gray, contract I 

Fressenden, Fred, labor I 

Fressenden, B. H., labor I 



I 



00 

3tV2 <K) 

26 50 



*|151 82 


23 00 


31 20 


10 UO 


4 oO 


22 25 


664 99 


SO 00 


50 00 


153 45 


85 75 


75 00 


3,315 25 


47 86 


292 50 


445 25 


187 50 


146 04 


4,185 00 


1,625 79 


93 72 


7S9 93 


50 00 


30 00 


60 00 


198 90 


423 38 


415 50 


21 00 


95 66 


11 00 


22 95 


10 50 


49 00 


25 59 


13 32 


30 00 


5,030 90 


71 15 


27 40 


57 50 


1,620 35 


687 43 


87 94 


81 50 


40 92 


91 35 


50 00 


1,083 02 


83 86 


47 50 


335 76 


18 00 


125 00 


93 51 


3.021 56 


4,999 96 


48 00 


415 25 


300 00 


154 90 


520 00 


431 74 


325 15 


1.792 00 


1,000 00 


25 80 


1 50 



t^ 



02 



UKPORT OF Till': i^TATE AIJDITOR. 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITIOX-Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1903. 



Freeipan Foundry & Mch. Works, contract 

Fowler, D., salary 

Fortier, J. D., paintlngr 

Faesler "Mf^. Co., supplies 

Fessler, C. W., labor 

Filto Bros., supplies 

Fleishman, Mary, salary 

Fleishman. Louis, salary 

Fregrard Press, printing 

Ford & Doan, supplies 

Gainnie, Frank, salary 

Gentry, N. H., salary and expenses 

Globe Printing Co., printing 

Goodman, L. A., salary and expenses 

Gregg, H. H., salary and expenses 

Gesman Literary Society, ptg 

Gano, W. G., salary and expenses 

Greenfe, G. F., designs 

Gillert, John, contract 

Great Western Feed Co., supplies 

Griesenham, C. A., supplirs 

Gerrilton Bros. & Cotes, rent 

Garvey & Co., machinery 

Grlswald, L. E., salary 

Grimstead, J. U., contract 

General Service Co., service 

Godfrey, Guy, supplies , 

Gibbs, E. R., supplies 

Griffith, Cora E., salary , 

Graves, S. P., freight , 

Garraham, B. M., salary 

General Electrical Co., supplies , 

General Compressed Air Cleaning Co., service. 

Graft, Fred T., supplies 

Greene, Mrs. F. I., wax work 

Graham Paper Co., supplies 

Green, S. M., expenses 

Guarantee Electrical Co., supplies 

GlaBS, A. H., labor 

Gutchery, L. M., labor 

Hawthorn, J. H., salary and expenses 

Hawthon, J. H., treasurer 

Hall, Matt W., salary and expenses 

Hayes, Marshall Livery Co., service 

Hill Chemical Co., supplies 

Ilockersmlth, R. A., salary and cxpensrs 

Hopkins, Earl, salary 

Howden, Miss E. J., salary 

Hyatt, H. A., supplies 

How&rd, W. L., supplies 

Hatcher, W. G., expenses 

Hersey, F. T., corn prize 

Hubbard, J. W., labor and expenses 

Hubbard & Son, mdse 

Hammon, C. H., milk 

Harris, Jno. B., laundry 

Hatcher, J. L., supplies 

Howden, Andrew, corn prize 

Hansel, Miss Mea, salary 

Hunklns Lime Co., sand 

Heatherton, J. H., supplies 

Hulett, D. E., hauling 

Hayes, Frank, supplies 

Hedrick, E. R., supplies 

Hayhurst. Paul, labor 

Heal & Morrison, contract 

Hutchineon-Benton Construction Co., labor 

HInkston, Miss Jennie, salary 

Holder, Al & Co.. supplies 

Huttlg Sash & Door Co., supplies 

Hechler. B. H., statistics, etc 

Head, L. S., photos 

Hubach Cabinet Co., supplies 

Hudson-KImberly Pub. Co., stationery 



$2,825 n 

1,(106 00 

22 .W 

2.345 58 

1,616 12 

400 

513 58 



1,385 00 



1,306 01 

37 50 

325 CO 

855 3;i 

138 00 



Warrants 


issued in 


1904. 


13,500 00 


462 90 


110 00 


3100 


75 OO 


168 80 


60 00 


25 00 


135 25 


79 44 


2,724 16 


3,416 24 


1184 


87 00 


100 CO 


1,792 00 


168 81 


79 35 


120 00 


278 00 


266 14 


100 00 


246 58 


25 00 


700 


720 00 


94 00 


525 00 


26 25 


326 81 


50 00 


375 00 


19 60 


157 61 


107 10 


59 95 


30 00 


4.916 83 


130.000 00 


2,087 82 


455 19 


1,877 56 


356 45 


112 03 


110 00 


23 00 


10 00 


15 00 


4 30 


29 50 


35 51 


28 00 


60 00 


695 69 


650 


600 


2 50 


100 00 


47 42 


525 


4,550 00 


465 69 


675 00 


649 90 


234 47 


65 40 


286 91 


38 89 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



193 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION-Contlnued. 



PersonB to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Hawley-Casey Co., plumbinfi: 

Harvard Physiological Api>aratus, frt 

HeiflTht, Paul & Son, aign work 

Hemphill, J. A., labor 

Harper & Co., supplies 

Healey, Frank D., supplies 

Hamilton, Mrs. Li., salary 

Hortenbach, C, labor 

Hess & Culbertson Jewelry Co., supplies 

Ikenberry, R. T., labor 

Johnson, B. B., com prize 

Jones, R. P., labor 

Jones, B. J., supplies 

Jacobs, Herman, salary 

Jenkins, J. W., & Sons, supplies 

Jones, Dick, salary 

Kansas City Journal, adv 

Kansas City Star, adv 

Kansas City World,, adv 

Knapp, Geo. & Co., adv 

Kinloch Telephone Co., service 

Kennard, J. & Son, supplies 

Kennedy, Sam'l D., insurance 

Kornbrodt, Johnson & Co., supplies 

Kenneys, Edw., contract 

Kellar, Georsre, supplies 

Kamp, Ausrust, supplies 

Keiffer, Frank, com prize 

Kisso, F., corn prize 

Krell, John, contract 

Kessler, Geo. E., plans 

Kemim, E. F., £:lass 

Kansas Scenic Co., supplies 

Kampmeyer & Wagrner, supplies 

Keyes-MarShall Livery Co., service 

Koken Barber Supply Co., supplies 

Klnsr, R. C, supplies 

Kion Adv. Sign Co., sigrns 

Kelloersr Newspaper Co., supplies 

Ijatour Photo Co., supplies 

I^dd, Geo. E., salary, etc 

Lon«an-Taylor Storage Co 

Little, E. C, salary 

Lammert Furniture Co., supplies 

Langstaff, Louis, salary 

Loos, Wm., corn prize 

Long, Leon, corn prize 

Lyon, G. M., com prize 

Long, Turner, com prize 

Ludlow-Saylow Wire Co., supplies 

Lewis Mfg. Co., supplies 

Lockhart, Thomas, supplies 

Laclede Hay & Grain Co., supplies 

Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co., supplies. 

Lund, I. T., labor 

Loy, D. P., supplies 

Lungstraiiss Dyeing &' Cleaning Co., service. 

Luehrman, P. F., lumber 

Lennig, T. B., salary 

Lamb, Chas. T., contract 

Lockwood, T. F., supplies 

Lippett, G. H., & Co., burlap 

Lemmon, Miss G., salary 

Large, Shumberg & Co., supplies 

Lynes, Elwyn, supplies 

Mann, Sadie R., salary , 

Moffit-West Drug Co., mdse 

Myer Bros. Drug Co., mdse , 

Matncy, John, leibor 

Marshall, W. H., salary, etc 

Marshall, W. H., treasurer 

Mermod-Jaccard Jewelry Co., mdse 

Mississippi Valley Trust Co., safety box 

Mayer Fertilizer Co., supplies 



13 00 

3 75 

200 

8 GO 

60 60 

87 45 

25 50 

17 40 

600 00 



15 50 
206 33 
189 75 
690 00 

61 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



600 80 

831 14 

887 17 

33 25 

1,065 00 

14,000 00 

18 00 

6 00 

117 00 



$645 46 
20 00 
27 25 
87 74 
54 00 
49 00 
62 60 

69 75 
860 00 

388 
90 00 

726 
25 00 

70 96 
197 86 
120 00 



" 126 
24.999 28 



2,376 00 
10 00 
21 00 

15 00 
25 00 

410 00 
100 00 

73 10 

400 00 

156 35 

114 00 

6 95 

25 50 
150 00 
350 20 

3,58151 

375 00 

10.356 26 

60 00 

500 

60 00 

600 

100 00 
423 21 

1,673 70 

16 60 
23 06 

15,238 37 

110 00 
108 96 

101 03 
21 80 

262 50 
584 93 
72 80 
40 00 
60 00 
8120 
20 00 

111 29 
143 78 
223 88 

886 00 

17,500 00 

2,771 90 



A-13 



i^'4 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION-Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Moss, T. J., salary, etc 

Mulllgran, C. J., contract 

Marple, W. W., salary and expenses 

Marbut, C. F., salary and expenses 

Mayhall & Fisher, printing 

Miller, E. S., salary 

Mayhufe & Sohuyler, contract 

Moss, R. F.. supplies 

Maret, J. M., labor 

Mason, James, labor 

Matthews, Chas, supplies 

Missouri Statesman, printinir 

Mineral Belt Lumber Co., lumber 

Mora ^ Duncan, contract ; 

MuIIinkraut, C. T., supplies 

Mosely, C. B, . freight , 

Martin. John, salary , 

Moss, W. A., corn prize 

Midland Mfg. Co., corn prize 

May, J. E., cofti prize 

MulUnox, C. J., labor 

Murphy Bros. Construction Co 

Missouri Lumber & Mining Co 

Maupin, E. S., labor 

Marshall Harrison & Co 

Missouri Tent & Awning Co., use of tent.., 

Mound City Duck & Rubber Co 

Monk Planing Mill Co , 

•Miller, Andrew, supplies 

Marks, Charles, chart 

Metropolitan Electrical Co., contract 

Means, O. E., hauling 

Medsker Bros., supplies , 

Martland, T. C, supplies 

Melvin & Dittmore, supplies 

Michael Engraving Co., supplies 

Mlddleton, James, supplies 

Missouri Lamp Mfg. Co., supplies , 

Maher, Henry, labor 

Mllligan, M. M., salary 

Missouri Fruit Co., supplies 

Micheal Plant Co., supplies 

Mlcheal, Firman, supplies 

Missouri Lead & Zinc Mining Co., supplies. 

Missouri Glass Works, supplies 

McCoy, G. W., corn prize 

McCoy, Lafe, supplies 

McAllister Lumber Co., supplies 

McMillen, R. N., map work 

McCulIey, Wm. & Co., contract , 

McKenna, T. T., supplies 

McCarty, Lewis, supplies 

McClinton, J. L., supplies 

Mclntire & Scott, supplies 

McRea, Gfem, screens 

McQrew, Richard, salary 

McKee, N. B., expenses 

Mclntire, Joseph, contract 

McCue. D. C, expenses 

McCasky, R. T., supplies 

McCuUough, Anna, merchandise 

McCoy, Alex, salary 

McCaughen & Burr, supplies 

Nelson, W. H., labor 

Nerleigh, H. C, horse 

Nelson, J. W., supplies 

NIfong Mfg. Co., supplies 

Newman, C. C, supplies 

Naylor, W. H., supplies 

Nugent Bros. Dry Goods Co., mdse 

Nelson, N. O.. Mfg. Co., supplies 

Neilson, M. P., labor, etc 

Nicholson, David, supplies 

Nuckols, Mrs. Emma, salary 



450 00 

550 00 

hi 09 

532 G.n 



1,080 00 
2.187 50 
3.154 04 
3,139 83 

55 00 
1.090 S6 
2.R40 60 

16 70 

183 55 

16 CO 

17 40 
S 00 

loe 43 

5,760 00 

2ft OO 

900 

195 00 

20 00 

60 00 

25 00 

26 00 
283 00 
102 15 

33 73 

600 

279 76 

16 50 
149 S8 

82 50 
152 75 
866 00 
288 05 
706 27 

64 60 

36 50 
4.194 85 

334 41 

123 60 

25 00 

226 45 

37 60 
118 00 
510 50 

66 00 

93 93 

40 00 

200 00 

38 06 

13 37 
12.997 12 

40 50 

16 50 

89 00 

30 00 

225 00 

291 65 

719 75 

1,000 00 

14 05 

184 75 
35 00 

354 83 

29 75 

54 00 

200 00 

14 80 

955 

3 25 

25 00 

14 01 

268 06 

1,202 35 

45C13 

1,400 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



195 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE EXPOSITION— Continued. 



Persons to whcm warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Nahlor, Eugene, salary 

Noonan, Kocian, supplies 

New Jersey School Furniture Co., contract, 

Neil, Henry, salary , 

New York Storagre Co., draya^e 

O'Neil Lumber Co., supplies 

Organ Minnie salary 

Oser, Conrad, supplies 

Orenduff, S. W., mdse 

Owen, J. A., salary 

O'Shea, J. M., salary 

O'Connor, C. M., salary 

CConnell, J. W., paintingr 

Ohio, China Co., supplies 

O'Bryan, M. E.» expenses 

Oden Fruit Co., supplies r.... 

Ozark Orchard Co., supplies 

Pulitzer Pub. Co., adv 

Padflc £«xpres8 Co., expressage 

Plant Seed Co., supplies , 

Proper, G. M., salary 

Parker Distilling Co., salary 

Prerrier, A. S., salary 

Pickard, John, expenses 

Place, C. W., salary 

Polar Wave Ice and Fuel Co 

Parks, H. H., labor 

Pickle Marble and Granite Co., contract 

Pointer, G. W., corn prize 

Page, J. E., contract 

Parson, H. A., & Son, supplies 

Porter, W. T., supplies , 

Pauk & Son Mfg. Co., supplies 

Price, R. B., expenses 

Pulver, F. F. & Co., supplies 

Prox & Brin^ham, supplies 

Peck, Geo. B., Dry Goods Co., supplies.... 

Peckham Bros. Catering Co., supplies 

Pneumatio Engraving Co., supplies 

Palmatier, O. C, expenses ^.., 

Pittsburg Glass Co.. supplies , 

Pope, A. E., supplies 

Parker, W. H., supplies , 

Pain Pyrotechnic Co., illuminations 

Parker, L. F., salary 

Quincy Show Case Works, supplies , 

Rom'Ie, T. A., labor 

Kant, Irvln, salary 

Rucker, R. F., salary 

Roper^. C. N., salary 

Rldgeway, J. H., salary , 

Roeschell. W. E., glass 

Riley & Eastman, grotto work 

Rand, McNally & Co., map , 

Robbln, Chas. & Co., badges , 

Rodgers, E. M., supplies , 

Ruckert, L., mdse , 

Rioe, Henry, salary 

Roos & Taylor, contract 

Redding. Mason, corn prize 

Rains, C. O., stone work 

Russell, P. T., salary and expenses 

Ringen Stove Co.. mdse 

Redman, J. A., livery 

Redden, Geo. W., supplies 

Rowley. R. R., supplies 

Reed. H. S., supplies 

Ringo, T. A., salary 

Reed, Miss June, salary 

Rubart Lizzie, supplies 

Rabe, Otto, contract 

RIsrgs, Daisy, salary 

Robinson, B. T., labor 

Rhodes, Henry, salary 



7 48 

250 00 

45 00 



3 60 

175 47 
70 86 

250 00 
3 75 
7 60 

606 20 



15 75 
50 00 



25 00 

396 20 

2,987 60 

30 00 

42 50 

250 00 

13 73 
615 08 
900 00 
330 00 
1.959 00 
874 75 

65 70 
225 00 
126 00 

15 80 

150 00 



121 20 

161 29 

143 25 

62 35 

626 63 

26 00 

1,628 00 

7 15 

34 35 

896 00 

117 48 

1,083 96 

1,760 00 

1,360 00 

3,530 96 

1.010 00 

36 00 

11,716 52 

981 &) 

83 25 

1.500 00 

1,096 00 

3,812 00 



75 00 

1,906 83 

60 00 

1,866 30 

25 00 

635 00 

191 40 

2,400 00 

11 66 

129 64 

679 83 

12,103 97 

75 00 

271 40 

1,539 86 

7100 

1100 

255 07 

200 00 

1 40 

204 00 

116 00 

29 80 

5,200 00 

526 00 

60 50 

300 00 



U)G 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE BXPOSITION-Contlnued. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Rumsey, Sltesmeyer & Co., mdse , 

Refrigeration Plant, ice 

Red Cross Hygienic Co., supplies 

Stephens, £2. W., printing Missouri book 

Skinner, O. J. B. & Co., supplies 

Stare & Stahn Liumber Co., lumber 

St. LK>uis Press Clipping Bureau, adv 

Shallcroes Printing Co., printing 

Schowengerdt, Wm., wheat 

Stroup, D. P., salary, etc 

Spurlock, R. B., freight 

St. Louis Star, adv 

St. Louis Chronicle, adv 

St. Joe Publishing Co., adv 

Strehlow & Phelps, contract 

Schulte, G. D., salary ; 

Stark & Son, supplies 

Stark, Henry, Jr., supplies 

Smith, N. H., & Co., supplies 

Springfield Seed Co., supplies 

Seigle, Arthur, labor 

Sly, J. H., labor...; 

Sedalia Printing Co., printing 

Simmons Hardware Co., supplies 

Shepherd, E. M., salary, etc 

Steimrusch, Henry, salary, etc 

St. Louis Seed Co., supplies 

Sammons, V. K., supplies 

Stewart Mattress Co., supplies 

St. Louis Paper Co., supplies 

St. Joe Cornish Co., supplies ,. 

Snow, R. B., salary 

Saunders, R. D. labor 

St. Louis Netws Co., supplies 

St. Joseph Ice Co., storage 

Seabe, J. N. labor 

Senden, Henry, corn prize 

Shepherd, G. H., corn prize 

Schuback, Wm., corn prize 

Serl, Emma, salary .^ 

St. Louis Brass Mfg. Co., supplies 

Schrepp Restaurant Co., supplies 

Simpson, W. T., labor 

Saul, C. B., salary 

Sampson, T. A., expenses 

Sessen & Knoerle, supplies 

St. Louis Railing Co., supplies 

Schroeder Bros. Hdw. Co., supplies 

Sabgree & Durbois, contract 

Shaw, L., labor , 

Sligo Ironstone Co., supplies 

St. Louis House & Window cleaning Co., service. 

Scofford Stamp Co., supplies 

Smith, T. K., map work 

Sohmidt, E. S., supplies 

St. Louis Refrigerating Co., storage 

Steele & Hibbard, supplies 

Sischer, Herman, Mfg. Co., supplies 

Sanguinet, T. C, supplies 

Schaffer, Louis, salary 

Springfield Ice Co., supplies 

Speakman, T. H., salary 

St. Louis Public Library Co., supplies 

Saunders Engraving Co., supplies 

Selkirk, A. A., & Co., drayage, etc 

Scruggs, Vandervoort & Barney, mdse 

Steadman, J. M., expenses 

Scott & Nolft. painting 

Smith, Thomas, salary 

Seawell, B. L., supplies 

Settle, B. C, salary 

Schroeder, August, salary 

Sellers, D. A., supplies 

Settle & Vawter, livery 



13 70 
82 66 

928 

22 40 

8 70 

76 00 

976 00 

10 SI 

12 00 

800 

180 

80,006 42 

166 66 

14 26 
656 66 

480 

. 9 10 

27 00 

84 00 



83 32 



168 00 

66106 

63 00 



1,995 00 



28,699 11 
240 60 



160 00 

1,469 06 

814 88 

1.460 70 

606 

23 64 

25 60 

28 10 

216 00 

166 46 

60 00 

146 20 

8S28 

20 00 

25 00 
81 16 
10 00 

620 69 
314 50 

170 oa 

49 60 
60 00 
28 28 
68 60 

6,88183 

6170 

lOOOO 

26 00 
837 61 
130 00 

16 10 
824 06 

18 60 
831 72 

25 92 
80 00 

12126 
166 20 

2100 
664 26 
220 81 

76 90 
148 70 
886 68 

6186 

26 00 
800 00 

26 00 
197 60 

50 00 

27 00 
600 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



197 



LOUISIANA PURCJHASB EXPOSITION-Contlnuod. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Stickney Cigar Co., mdse 

Searcy, J. £3., salary , 

Small, Mrs. B. H., salary , 

Smith, Joseph, salary 

Smithson, Bert, salary 

Sallee, Miss Li., salary 

St. Louis Fire Proofingr Co., supplies 

Schermerhom Bros., supplies , 

Siebrecht & Bon, supplies 

Shisley, R. O., .labor , 

Taylor, Isaac, architect 

Tniitt, T. L., labor 

The Fire Bztinsruishingr Co., supplies 

Thomas, A. H., & Co., supplies , 

Taylor, Frank, labor 

Trickett, J, W., supplies , 

Tucker, BUiott, corn prize , 

Thomas, W. L., labor 

Tapley, Joe, supplies 

Tuttle, Pike & Co.. contract 

IVimble, H. B., salary 

Tarter, L. M., labor 

The B^re Dust Co., supplies 

Tucker, Geo. M., expenses 

Thienson & Qroenwalt, supplies 

Truby, F. M., supplies 

The Krugr Sherer, supplies 

Trorllch, Duncker & Renard, supplies 

Taylor, Blstes & Co., supplies 

Turner, R. D., salary 

Thieman, L. W., labor •. 

Tippen, Geo. T., supplies 

Terrlll, -Crouch Lumber Co., supplies 

Thompson, W. H., treasurer 

The Wesco Supply Co., supplies 

Tomllnson, Marker of Pictures, supplies 

Underwood Typewriter Co., supplies 

University Co-operative Store, supplies 

United Ironworks, supplies 

Vane Calvert Paint Co., supplies 

Van Brunt & Howe, architects 

Viles. Jonas, expenses 

Van Trump, S. H., salary 

Vaughn Seed Store Co., supplies 

Van Lemon H., expenses 

Veatch, Otto, salary and expenses 

Whitten, J. C, expenses 

Walchler Pub. Co., supplies 

Ward, W. J., salary, etc 

Wood. Henry, expenses 

Westlicho Post, adv 

Waters, H. J., salary, etc 

Waters, G. W., salary, etc 

Wabash Ry. Co., freight 

Woodward-Tiernan Ptg. Co., stationery, etc. 

Williams, Walter, salary, etc 

Williams, P. T.. salary 

West. Mrs. L. T., salary 

Wood, A. J., supplies 

Worthern. C. K., supplies 

Walker, S. R., com prize 

Wunderllch Cooperage Co., supplies 

Wright, J. H., com prize 

Williams, L. A., contract 

Wyckoff, Bdw., salary 

Whitall Tatum Co., supplies 

Wood, Carrie, contract 

Wood, Geo. R., labor 

Westover, H. C, labor 

Wise, Henry, supplies 

Winkle Terra Cotta Co., supplies 

Weyland. B. C, supplies 

Weber, H. J., & Sons, supplies 

Western Blectrlcal Co., supplies 



4,000 00 

15 75 

135 00 

115 89 



175 50 



68 76 

15 00 

40 00 

400 00 

400 

2,429 49 

1,445 09 

22 00 

512 85 

1,533 87 



:1: 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



860 88 
439 84 

1,400 00 
43 54 
385 16 
225 00 
240 75 
3100 
466 00 
170 99 

3,000 00 



55 14 

90 50 

107 00 

75 00 

100 00 

42 00 

8.500 00 

1,006 45 

14 40 

25 00 

20 42 

80 00 

58 82 

74 89 
800 00 

8150 
212 30 
20 55 
66 60 
49 27 
2.200 00 
40 00 
44 45 

90 15 
870 00 

75 50 
1,085 73 

17 55 
600 00 

70 00 
178 80 

S4 65 

19 80 

471 87 



2,814 58 

1,816 61 

144 13 

1.580 31 

2,932 02 

966 93 

793 54 

650 

12 00 

30 00 

28 80 

26 00 

11,041 25 

732 69 

379 16 

1,600 00 

75 00 

1170 

5 65 

228 00 

57 18 

141 80 

1,186 20 



ICjS 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



LOUISIANA PURCHASE BXPOSITION-Continued. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Waldbark, Geo . , supplies 

Ware, H. C, supplies 

Wlison, Ralph, labor , 

Wentworth, Stella, salary 

Woolrlch, H. W., contract 

Woolrlch, F. H., contract 

Wells, R. C, labor 

Waller, J. C, supplies 

Wood. N. R., freight 

Wilson & Gallagher, labor 

Weber Moulding Co., supplies 

Wheeland, P. J., plumbing 

Washington, Edna, labor 

WilliamB, B. W., salary 

Wilson, C. C, expenses , 

Western Newspaper Union, supplies.. 

Tawman Mfg. Co., supplies 

Zeigler & Son, supplies 

Zellers Bros. Catering Co., supplies. 



3 50 



Total. 



■c- 



$68 70 

63 50 

420 

420 00 

^5 00 

500 00 

22 60 

347 44 

43 00 

115 00 

228 57 

140 65 

25 00 

50 00 

89 65 

350 44 

48 00 
648 00 



$140,699 52 $613,447 77 



STATE FAIR— SUPPORT. 

(Section 41, page 8, Liaws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 19C3 and 1904 




$75.000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
1 Issued in 
1 1903. 

1 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1904. 


Yeater, Chas. E., treasurer 

Totals 


1 
1 $50,00000 

1 

1 $50.000 00 


$26.000 00 
$25,000 00 









BOUNDARY COMMISSION. 

(Section tt, page 9, tiaws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 




$4,835 ZS9 


Balance cancelled 




4.127 93 


Balance 




$207 45 








Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


1 Warrants 
1 issued in 
1 1903. 

I 

1 $20745 

1 1 


Warrants 
issued in 
1904. 


Zollinger, George, stenoffraph^r 




Totjil 


'l $20745' 






1 





DISBURSEMENTS. 



199 



BOARD OF MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION— SUPPORT. 

(Section 43, pae:e 9, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Allen, Ford A 

Chllders, H. F., Sec'y 

Garver, E. S 

Jenkins, Thos. M 

O'Donhoe, J. J., Iei:al service. 
Todd, James 



Totals 



$1,448 58 
5,000 00 



$6,448 58 

1,003 es 



$5,444 95 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



$1,279 47 

1,117 79 

94 78 

780 06 



621 11 



$3,893 21 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$499 16 

421 00 

408 65 

168 50 

50 00 



$1,547 31 



LITIGATION, ETC., MISSOURI VS. ILLINOIS. 

(Section 51, page 10, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904.. 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



$14,920 26^ 
14.000 00 



$28,920 25 
13,920 26 



$15,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Allen ft Mooney, service 

Auditorium Hotel Co., Chicafpo 

BrlflTht, Frank S., Special Com 

Crow, B. C, expenses... 

Edgrar, Lee M., stenographic work 

Fuller, Qeo, M., professional service 

Glenn, OhaB., boxes 

Higgins ft Co., maps 

Haynes, S. J., witness 

Harris, Jas. R., fees 

Jeffries, Sam B., expenses 

JefTrlee, Jerry, service 

I^ee,^ Lydla, expenses 

liochridge, B. B., aJastracts. etc 

Mills. H. R., service and expenses 

Mason, W. P., professional service 

Murphy, M. J., fees 

McCraskie, O. L., collecting statistics 

Postal Tel. ft Cable Co 

Ravold, Dr. Amand, prof, service 

Rodgers. F. F., expense 

Sedgwick, W. T., expert service 

Stewart, O. N., expenses 

Stockwell, C. B.. expenses 

Southern Hotel Co., room and board 

Western Union Tel. Co 

Wiley. W. W., witness 

Wil1ian», Benezette, legal service 

Zollinger, (Jeorge, legal service and expenses. 

Totals 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



$523 25 

776 15 

700 00 

175 65 

600 

3,904 93 



15 00 

6113 

25 00 

1,323 91 

104 73 

202 85 

100 60 

148 20 

260 00 

22 25 

15 00 

4710 

1.000 00 

12155 

1,638 43 

104 83 

105 33 
1,100 65 

18 91 

62 18 

500 00 

613 53 



$13,667 16 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$348 25 



1 65 



530 66 
51 00 

375 10 



25 55 



$1,332 21 



200 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE OF MISSOURI VS. ILLINOIS LITIGATION— CON- 
DITIONAL, 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



120.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 
issued In 
- 1904. 



Auditorium Hotel Co 

Allen & Mooney, stenographers 

Alvord, J. W 

Bright, S. F., Com 

Bremer, Ludwlsr. special service 

Corum, legal service 

Jeffries, Sam B., expenses 

LfOckrid^e, B. E., expenses 

Lee, Lydia, stenographer 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Southern Hotel Co 

Sedgewick, W. T., legal service 

Smithj^ Herbert, special service 

Tribune Printing Co 

Weasner & Burton, making Ct. report. 
Western Union Tel. Co., service 



Totals 



$164 90 

260 SO 

62140 

1.700 00 

25 00 

576 3S 

287 06 

453 86 

8 60 

10 71 

743 80 

2,274 46 

600 00 

6.269 87 

1,721 20 

805 



114,510 93 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT— SALARIES. 



(Section 31, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

BalSfnce cancelled 



Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



1500 20 
10.000 00 



$10,500 20 
65 67 



$10,444 68 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Yatos, Robt. G.. superintendent. 
Towlcs, T. O.. chief clerk 



Totals. 



$3,000 00 
2,027 78 

$5,027 78 



$3.000 00 
2,000 00 



$5.000 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



201 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT— LITIGATION, ETC. 

(Section 31, pagre 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 

Total 

Balance cancelled 

Balance 



$618 12 
1,000 00 



$1,618 12 
591 77 



n. 026 35 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Crow, B. C, expenses 

Henly, H. G., clerk Jackson county 

Overmeyer, David, legal service 

Totals 




Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT— EXPENSES. 



(Section 31, page 7, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation [ $2,344 77 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... I $30,000 00 

Total I $32,844 77 

Balance cancelled ] 90183 

Balance I $31,443 44 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



American Express Co., expressagre 

American Arithmometer Co., machine 

Barnard, Geo. D., & Co., supplies 

Buxton & Skinner, Sta. Co., stationery, etc. 

Brandenbergrer, A., Mdse , 

Brlnkerhoff. J. J., prlntlngr blanks 

Burkhardt, T. G., clock 

Clark, C. L., Mdse 

Chicagro & Alton Ry. Co., freight 

Cole County Democrat, Ptgr , 

Capital Telephone Co., servico 

Capelton, T. C, cleaning office, etc 

Carter, John, labor 

Davidson, Carrip, clerk 

Democrat Ptg. Co., supplies , 

Densmore Typewriter Co.. machine , 

Dunlap, J. D., s(tenographer , 

Distler, Chas., labor 

Edwards, J. H., salary 

Ellis, B. P., salary 

Edwards. W. W., Mdse 

Btter, W. H., rug 

Fischer, Q. A., Mdse , 

Gkist Bank Note Co., supplies 

Holt, W. C, labor 

Helnrichs, J. P., desk 

Horrell, Tom, labor 



$9 69 
375 00 



494 56 

245 

25 00 

24 00 

96 52 

260 

22 25 

33 05 

11 50 

600 



47 75 
35 00 



1,100 00 

180 00 

120 

16 00 



10 00 
70 00 
30 26 



$28 45 

12 00 
776 54 

7 65 

1 00 
480 



55 95 



22 50 
350 



16 50 
1,000 00 



2 70 

3 00 



775 



2U2 



REPOUT OF TilE STATE AUDITOR. 



INSURANCE] DEPARTMENT— EXPENSES-ContlnuedL 



Persons to wham warrants were Issued. 



Hines, C. C, & Son, supplies 

Hoye Directory Co., book 

Kennard, J. & Son, cleanini: carpet 

Lasher, Geo. F., postal gruide 

Lee, John A., clerical work 

Lane, C. B., labor 

Murray, Estella, clerk 

Morrow, R. W., clerk 

Micheal, S,, towels 

Manchester, O. II., Mdse '. .. 

Morrow, Kate R., salary 

Missouri Pacific Ry. Co., freight 

Missouri & Kansas Telephone Co 

Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co., freight... 

Marbut, Annas, clerical work 

McVoy, J. A., salary, etc 

McCue & Henderson, furniture 

Postal Tel. -Cable Co., service 

Pacific Express Co., service 

Prieameyer, Mary L., salary 

Pizer, EJverott. salary, etc 

Reynolds, Joe B., salary, etc 

Ross, J. N., painting, etc 

Rader, Perry, legal service 

Schultz Dry Goods Co., Mdse 

Swift, H. A., Ice 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., machine, etc. 

Schwartz, Edward, repairs 

Spectator Co., books 

Tribune Printing Co., printing 

Towles, T. O., expenses 

Towles, Ewing, labor 

U. S. Express Co., expressage 

Vaughan, Geo. J., furniture 

Vogrt, B. Z., map 

Watson, James, salary, etc 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Wagner, W. W., postage 

Woods, Jacob, labor 

Yates, Robt. G., expenses 



Warrant0 
issued in 
1903. 



88 90 

500 

229 16 

13 50 



1 20 

90 

75 00 

7 10 

22 95 

1 68 

10 00 

1,116 60 

64 75 

12 91 

173 47 

825 00 

553 56 

i;511 00 

23100 



29 10 

90 26 

178 55 



2,961 20 
22 00 



189 57 
15 60 



1- 



1,566 90 

18 15 

862 60 

300 

629 60 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



25 00 
300 



778 45 

150 

15 00 

15 00 

800 

2 40 

1,500 00 

12 35 



1,231 25 

400 

806 

273 7* 

99186 

907 32 

1,024 60 

.3 50 

126 00 

376 

29 10 

87 60 

36 00 

3,249 86 

41 26 

2 50 

113 49 

98 

19 20 
869 00 

446 06 



Totals I J13,30270 [ $13,760 03 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— SALARIES. 



(Section 2, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1901... 

Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

tssued in 

1903. 



Thomas, W. D., treasurer. 



$9,922 99 



Totals I $9,92299 1 $9,960 00 

I I 



r92 96 
19,000 00 



$19,792 95 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



I $9. 



960 00 



DISDURSEMENTS. 



2U3 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— REPAIRS. 

(Section 2, pa^e 30, Laws 1908.) 



ADProprlatlon for 1908 and 1904 


$10,000 00^ 


• 




• 

Persona to whom warrants were issued. 

• 


Warrfi.nts 

Issued In 

1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Thomas, W. D., treasurer 

Totals 


16,607 49 
16,607 49' 


$4,392 51 
$4,392 61 


1 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— WINDOW GUARDS. 

(Section 2, page 30, T^aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


S2.000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 




Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


Thomaj*. W. D . . treasurer 


$242 60 


$1,213 IS 






Totals 


$242 60 


$1,213 19 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— DEEP WELL. 

(Section 2, page 30, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




1 $5.000 00 

1 


» 
Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Thomas. W. D., treasurer 


1 

[ $6.000 00 


1 






Total 


$5,000 00 









STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— REWIRING. 

(Section 2, page 30, Laws 190R.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 | $2,500 00 





1 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Thomas, W. D., treasurer 


$2,500 00 






1 


Total 


$2,500 00 







204 



E£POKT OF TU£ STAXlf; AUDITOIL 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— LAUNDRY. 

(Section 2, page 80, Lawb 1903.) 



Balance In farmer appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Thomas, W. D., treasurer. 
Total 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$1,545 66 



n. 645 66 



188130 
1,000 00 



$1,88130 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— PLUMBING. 

(Section 2, page 30, J^aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$2,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Thomas. W. J^,, trp-«surpr....-T^T.T.--...T-. -ttt.i.t.t.,.,,,....,... 


$1,876 71 


$12829 




Totals 


$1,876 71 


$123 29 





STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— BAKERY. 

(Section 2, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



ADDrooriation for 1903 and 1904 1 


$1,600 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Thomas. W. D.. treasurer 


$152 82 


$184 49 




Totals 


$152 82 


$184 49 





STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— NEW BUILDING. 

(Section 2, page 30, Laws 1901$.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Wfiurrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$35,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Thomas, W. D., treasurer. 
Total 



■\- 



$26,666 00 
$26,565 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



205 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i— TRANSFER OF PATIENTS. 

(Section 2, page 30, Liaws 1903.) 



Ar>proprtatlon for 1903 ftHd 1904...... i................. ........... i......-T*tt..m 


11.600 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
iBflued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Thom^i*. W. in, . tr<*-ft*nirer ,,,.-,,...-- , t ., , r - t - 


11.067 15 








Totals 


11,067 15 









STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— SALARIES. 



(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation..'. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$2.190 22 
28,100 00 



$25,290 22 
1,223 51 

124,066 71 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Owens, Frank, treasurer 
Totals 






$11,600 12 $11,599 96 



$11,600 12 1 $11,599 95 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— REPAIRS. 



(Section 3, pagre 30, T^ws 1903.) 



AoDTODriation for 1903 and 1904 




• $10,000 00 








Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Owens, Frank, treasurer 


$8.270 01 


$1,532 82 








Totals 


ii.270 01 


$1,532 82 


r '' ^ 


1 



206 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— TILING. 



(Section 3, paffe 30, Laws IdOG.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$3,500 oa 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants , 
issued In 
IdOS. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Owens. Frank, treasurer 


11.800 00 


11,700 00 




Totals 


11,800 00 


|l,70O 00 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— FURNISHINGS. 

(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



AnproDriallon for 1903 and 1904 


$3,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
190S. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Owens, Frank, treasurer 


$2,264 63 


$552 28 






Totals 


$2,264 63 


$552 2S 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— LAUNDRY. 

(Section 3, page 30, I^ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Owens, Frank, treasurer 
Total 



$2,000 00 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$2,000 00 



I 



f 



$2,000 00 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— SMOKESTACK. 

(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



ADProDriatlon for 1903 and 1904 




$2,500 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Owens. Frank, treasurer 




$2,500 00 








Total 




$2,500 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



207 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— BRICKMAKING. 

(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1908.) 



1 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 , 


n.SOO 00 








PersonB to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Owens, Frank, treasurer 


11,500 00 








Total • 


11,500 00 









STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— HEATER, 



(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$1,400 00 






Persons to wliom warrants were Issued. 




Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Owens, Frank, treasurer 


$1,370 35 


129 G5 


Totals 


n,370 35 


$29 65 




1 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. a— PAVILION. 



(Section 3, page 30, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 r 




1 

$10,000 00 






1 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Owenp, Frank, treasurer 


$8,121 96 









Total 




$8,121 96 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2— NEW BUILDING. 



(Section 3, page 19, L«aws 1901.) 



Balance In fornver appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



$6,101 38 
6,101 38 



208 



REPORT OF. THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2^BAKEOVEN. 

(Section Z, page 25, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



Balance 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Owens, Frank, treasurer 
Total 



1569 50 
309 50 



1 



$260 00 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



I2G0 00 



I2G0 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3— SALARIES. 

(Section 4, page 31, Liaws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation, 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



$700 00 
16.800 00 



117,500 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

19M. 



CJeorgp, J. Tj., treasurer. 
Totals 



18,400 00 



18,400 00 



18,400 00 



18,400 00 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3— FURNISHINGS, 



(Section 4, page 31, Taws 1903.) 






Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$15,000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


George, J. L., treasurer 


16,869 13 


$8.130 87 




Totals 


$6,869 13 


$8.130 87 





STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3— REPAIRS, 

(Section 4, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$20,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 






Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



George, J. L., treasurer. 
Totals 



I 



15.663 88 [ $14,336 12 



$5,668 88 $14,336 12 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



209 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3— LAUNDRY. 

(Section 4, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




1 


11.500 oa 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 




Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


a 

George. J. L.. treasurer 




11,500 00 










Total 


11.600 00 
1 










STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 ICE PLANT. 

(Section 4, page 25, Laws 1901.) 


Balance In former appropriation 




1 


15,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



George, J. L., treasurer. 
Total 



$5,000 00 



$5,000 00 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— SUPPORT. 

(Section 5, page 81, Laws 1908.) 



Balajice in former appropriation 


$5,867 67 
10,000 00 


Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 , 








Total 


$15,867 67 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Fleming. W. N., treasurer 


$15,857 67 








Total 


116,867 CT 






* 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— SALARIES. 

(Section 6, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$3.500 00 
15,000 00 



$18,500 00 
3,311 64 



$16,188 36 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



1 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Fleming, W. N., treasurer. 
Totals 



$6,374 06 
$6,374 06 



$8,199 98 



$8.199 98 



A— 14 



2IO 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— TUNNEL, ETC. 

(SectlQn 5, pa^re 31» Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$30,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 

• 


Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Fleming, W. N., treasurer ' 


$3,974 88 S26.Q25 12 








Totals 


13,974 88 


$26,026 12 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— ICE PLANT. 

(Section 6, page 81, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$6,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Fleming", W. N., treasurer 


I 


$6,000 00 




J ' , 




Total 


$6,000 00 





STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— STORAGE ROOM. 

(Section 5, pagre 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Fleming, W. N., treasurer. 
Total 



$1,500 00 $205 60 



$1.500 00 



$205 50 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— WELL. 

(Section 5, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



$900 00 



Persons to wliom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Fleming, W. N., treasurer 


$238 60 


$677 00 




Totals 


$238 60 

1 


$577 00 





DISBURSEMENTS. 



211 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— HOSPITAL. 

(Section 5, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904 (. JSo.OOOOO 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 
issued in 
•1904. 



Fleming, W. N., treasurer. 
Totals 



T 



115.973 82 
115,973 82 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— WALKS. 

(Section 5, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$5,000 00 






9 

Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1904. ^ 


Fleminsr. W. N., treasurer 


12,080 57 


12,189 34 






Totals 


$2.080 57 


$2,189 34 


1 





STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— FURNITURE. 

(Section 5, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



$5,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Fleming. W. N., treasurer 


$304 20 


$4,695 80 






Totals 


$304 20 


$4,695 80 







STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— NEW BUILDING. 

(Section 5, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 



$16,309 86 
40,000 00 



$56,309 86 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



I 



Fleming, W. N., treasurer $26,683 31 

Totals J $25,683 31 



$30,626 55 



$30,626 55 



1 



212 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— DINING ROOM. 

(Section 13, page 2S, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



$2 38 
238 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— FURNISHINGS, ETC 

(Section 18, pa^e 25, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balemce cancelled , 



194 75 
94 75 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— BARN. 

(Section 18, page 25, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



1949 08 
949 08 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4— BUILDINGS, ETC. 

(Section IS, page 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Balance cancelled 



121,630 96 
n,<BO 96 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— SUPPORT. 

(Section 6, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1908 and 1904., 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



14,253 91 
94,000 00 



198,253 91 
10 06 



198,243 83 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jamison, A. M., treasurer. 



Totals 1 152,607 11 



$52,507 11 



$42,506 23 



$42.606 23 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— SALARIES. 

(Section 6. page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



$2.468 01 
60,000 00 



$52,458 01 
417 04 



Balance 





$52.040 97 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 
Issued in . 
1904. 


jn.ini^on. A. M.. treasurer. ................a......... 


$28,772 61 


$26,887 48 






T6tals 


$23,772 61 


$25,887 48 







UlSUUGSIi:MICNTS. 



-iii 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— REPAIRS. 



(Section 6, page 81, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balsmce. 



136 80 
8.000 00 



$3,086 80 
100 



13,035 80 



Peraons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


Janrison A. M.. treasurftf,..,-., » ^ 


12,878 27 


8162 28 






Total 


$2,878 27 


$168 28 







SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— BUILDINGS. 

(Section 6, page 81, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1094. 



$20,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
I issued in 
I 1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jamison, A. M., treasurer. 
Totals 



$19,759 08 
$19,759 08 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— LIGHT PLANT. 

(Section. 6, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$5,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



I 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



f 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jamison, A. M., treasurer , 

Totals I. 



$4,240 44 



$4,240 44 



$759 56 



I 



$768 56 



214 



K£1'0UT OF TUE STATE AUDITOK. 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— COTTAGE. 

(Section 6, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



ADDroorlatlon for 1903 and 1904 


110,000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Jamison. A. M.. treasurer 


16,596 64 


13,408 36 






Totals 


$6.596 64 


13,403 36 



I 



I 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— LAUNDRY. 

(Section 6, page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


! $2,000-00 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 
issued in 

1904. 


Jamison, A. M., treasurer J 

Total 


$2.000 00 
$2,000 00 1 









SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— WAGON SHOP. 

(Section 6. page 31, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$2,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Jamison, A. M., treasurer 


z:l 


$2,000 00 




Total 


$2,000 00 






• 





SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— HOSPITAL. 

(Section 6, page 51, Laws 1903.) 



I 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 1 $500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Jamison, A. M.. treasurer. 
Total 



$500 00 



$500 00 






DISBURSEMENTS. 



21 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— FENCE, ETC. 

(Section 6» pase 81, Laws 1903.) 



ADDropiiatlon for 1908 and 1904 


1 


1600 00 




1 


Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Jamison. A. M.. treasurer 


$72 30 


1427 70 




Totals 


172 30 


$427 70 







SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— HEATING, ETC. 

(Section 6, paere 25, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance conceled , 



Balance. 



$508 51 
503 51 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB— HOME FOR CHILDREN. 

(Section 6. pac^e 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$3,832 74 
3,832 74 



SCHOOL FOR BUND— SUPPORT, 



(Section 7, page 82, Laws 1908.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



TotaJ 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$4,207 44 
84,000 00 



$38,207 44 
4»65 



$38,157 79 



• 


1 




• 

Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Jones, J. C, treasurer 

Totals 


$17,325 68 
$17,325 68 


$17,268 76 
$17,268 76 




1 



2l6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— SALARIES. 



(Section 7, page S2, Laws 1908.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



11,64184 
27.000 00 



128,64184 
U6 90 



128,524 44 



Warrants 

issued in 

IdM. 



Jones, J. C, treasurer. 
Totals 



$12,930 00 I 118.011 79 



812,980 00 [ 818,011 79 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— PAINTING. 

(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



$3,800 00 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— FENCE. 



(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1901.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



8600 00 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— PAINTING FENCE. 



(Section 7, page 32. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



noooo 



SCHOOL FOR BLINT)— ROOF. 



(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



82.000 08 



mSBUKSEMIiNTS. 



217 , 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— PLASTERING, ETC. 

(Section 7t page 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$400 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Jones, J. C, treasurer. 
Totals 



HOOOO 



1400 00 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— BOILER. 

(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



no.Goooo 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— PORTABLE BUILDING. 

(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



11.000 00 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND— NATIONAL CONVENTION. 

(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$300 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jones, J. C, treasurer. 
Totals 



$300 00 



i 



$300 00 



SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND— PURCHASE SITE. 

(Section 7, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$30.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Wiyrrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jones, J. C, treasurer. 
Total 



$28,000 00 



$28,000 00 



22U 



KErOKT 01' THE STATE AUDITOR. 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— SUPPORT. 

(Section 9, page 22, Laws 1903.) 



BaJance In former aDDroDrlation 


$3,806 72 


ADDroDrlation for 1903 and 1904 J... 


10.000 00 








Total 


113,806 72 


Balance cancelled ,i .■ 


66 88 




. , 




Ralance .............. r r ...... i ....... r ..... 1 1 1 «. t . ^ 


118,749 84 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Brown. Tinsley. treasurer »'. 


17,606 68 


$4,248 74 






Totals 


$7.606 68 


$4,248 74 







INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— SALARIES. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former aDDropriatlon 




$724 26 


ADorooriatlon for 1903 and 1904 


15,000 00 








Total 


$15,724 26 


Balance cancelled .» »-r,T -.f» »» 


123 16 








Balance ,,.,.,,.,,.,r--, ,,,--■,,■,',■,-■, , *-.»., 


$16,601 10 








Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Brown, Tinsley, treasurer 


$6.970 76 


$7,074 14 


Totals ,-,,,„-., ,,.,,' 


$6,970 75 


$7,074 14 







INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— FENCE, ETC. 

(Section 9, pa«e 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



$4,000 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Brown, Tinsley, treasurer. 
Totals 



$2,847 15 



$2,34716 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



221 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— REPAIRS. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



18,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Brown, TInsley, treasurer. 
Totals 



$4,597 76 



$4,697 76 



$1,720 89 



$1,720 89 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— POULTRY YARD. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$200 00 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— ADDITION. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$5.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Browti, Tinaley, treasurer. 
Totals 



$4,664 04 



$4,664 04 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— LIBRARY. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Brown, Tinsley, treasurer 
Totals 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



I 



$33 70 
600 00 



$533 70 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$33 70 



$38 70 



$448 92 



$448 92 



OOO 



ri:pout of the state auditor. 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— GREENHOUSE. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


1500 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Brown, Tlnsley, treasurer 


1500 00 




- 

1 




Total 


$500 00 







INDUSTRIAL HOflVIE FOR GIRLS— SEWERAGE. 

(Section 9, page 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904 




$3,000 00 


• 
Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Brown, Tinsley , treasurer 

Total 


$1,866 00 
$1.866 00 


$1.133 08 
$1,133 08 







INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— FIRE ESCAPE. 

(Section 9. pa^re 32, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,600 00 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— SHED, ETC. 

(Section 9, page 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



$124 00 
124 00 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— BOOKS. 

(Section 9, pa^e 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 


1 


$50 00 


lialance cancelled 


1 55 









Balance 


$48 45 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Rrrtwn, Tinniey. treaflurer. r r ,.,,.. , 


$48 45 






• 


Total 


$48 45 









mSBURSEMKNTS. 



2^3 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— POULTRY HOUSE. 

(Section 9. page 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



i 



$300 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Brown, Tinsley. treasurer. 
Total 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$300 00 



$300 00 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS— STENOGRAPHY, ETC. 

(Section 9, page 26, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$180 69 
18 84 



$16175 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Brown, Tinsley, treasurer 
Total' 



$16175 



$16175 



CONFEDERATE HOME— SUPPORT. 

(Section 10, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 



$1,175 32 
40,000 00 



$41,175 32 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdock. B. P.. treasurer 


$18,178 21 


$21,356 24 






Totals i 


$18,178 21 

1 


$21,356 24 





224 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONFEDERATE HOME^SALARIES. 

(Section 10, page 33. Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance. 



$1,611 15 
19,000 00 



$20,611 15 
169 80 



$20,441 35 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdock, B. F., treasurer 


$9,69113 


$9,449 92 






Totals 


$9,69113 


$9,449 92 







CONFEDERATE HOME^REPAIRS. 

(Section 10, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$2,600 00 








Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdock, B. P., treasurer 


$1,966 17 


$533 24 






Totals 


$1,966 17 


$533 24 







CONFEDERATE HOME— DRUGS, ETC. 

(Section 10, pa^^e 33. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



$2.000 00 



• 

Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Murdock, B. F., treasurer J 


$1,110 85 


$786 21 






To tals 


$1,110 85 


$786 21 


s i 





CONFEDERATE HOME— STATIONERY. 

(Section 10, page 33, I^aws 1903.) 



ADDronriation for 1903 and 1904 


$1,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdock. B. F.. treasurer 


$310 95 


$438 96 






Totals 


$310 95 


$438 96 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



225 



CONFEDERATE HOME-HOSPITAL. 

(Section 10, page 33. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. | 


$60000 


Persona to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 

Issued In 

1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdook. B. P.. treasurf^r..... 


132806 


117166 


Totala 




1328 06 


1171 6& 






CONFEDERATE HOME^COTTAGE. 

(Section 10, page 33, Laws 1903.) 


Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


1800 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warranto 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Murdock, B. P., treasurer 


..; 1 


$799 82 




••••••••**••• 'J 




Totals 


$799 82 




u 


CONFEDERATE HOME— FENCING. 

(Section 10, page 33. I^aws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$U 37 

600 00 



$61137 
11 37 



$600 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Murdock, B. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



J 



$62 60 



$437 28 



$62 60 



$437 28 



CONFEDERATE HOME-WATER SUPPLY. 

(Section 10, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$2.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Wstrrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Murdock, B. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



$1,988 14 



$1,988 14 



A— 15 



226 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CONFEDERATE HOMEr-BARN. 

(Section 10, page 27, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Balance cancelled 



$1 00 
1 00 



CONFEDERATE HOME— SUPERINTENDENT'S HOUSE. 

(Section 10, page 27, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



J 



$1 58 
1 58 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME-SUPPORT. 

(Section 11, page 33i Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



12.507 02 
20,000 00 



122.607 02 
406 88 



122,100 14 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Vogel, ChaB. F., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$10,392 96 



$10,392 96 



$4,478 92 



$4,478 92 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME— SALARIES. 

(Section 11, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Vogel, Chas. F., treasurer. 
Totals 



$4,352 50 



$4,352 50 



$10.000 00 



$5,061 10 



$5,08110 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME— REPAIRS. 

(Section 11, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Vogel, C!has. F.. treasurer 


$450 74 


$645 62 






Totals 


$450 74 


$645 62 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



227 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME^DRUGS, ETC. 

(Section 11, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$263 73 
1.200 00 



$1.463 73 
8128 



$1,382 45 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


W^jrrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 


VoKel. Chas. F.. treasurer 


$665 57 


$637 13 






Totals 


$665 57 


$637 13 







FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME— REFURNISHING. 

(Section 11, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 






$1,000 00 




1 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


1 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 

1 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Vocrel. Chas. F.. treasurer 


I 


$466 71 


$382 88 




j 




Totals 


$466 71 

1 


$382 88 




I 





COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— SUPPORT. 



(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation 


$3,066 54 


Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


60,000 00 








Total 


$63,066 54 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 

• 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Huston, J. P., treasurer 1 

1 


$23,929 25 


$29,056 61 


Totals 1 


$23,929 25 

1 


$29,056 61 


1 





228 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— SALARIES. 

(Section 12, pcLge 88, Laws 1908.) 



Balance In former appropriation 


1 


$770 84 


Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


9,000 00 








Total 


$9,770 84 


Balance cancelled 


312 60 








Balance 


$9,458 84 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Huston. J. P.. treasurer 


$3,275 00 


$3,899 98 






Totals 


$3,275 00 


$3,899 98 







COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— REPAIRS. 

(Section 12, pafire 33, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,1)00 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



I 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



$564 08 



J 



$564 06 



$435 92 



I 



$135 92 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— COTTAGES D AND K 

(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$22,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants warrants 

issued in J Issued in 

1903. 1904. 


Huston. J. P.. treasurer... 


$11,250 00 J $11,250 00 




Totals 


$11,250 00 1 $11,250 00 





COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— COTTAGES F AND G. 

(Section 12, page 33, T^aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$30.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Huston. J. P.. treasurer 


$1,383 80 


$27, 949 52 






Totals • • • 


$1,383 80 


$27,949 52 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



229 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— DINING ROOM, ETC. 

(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 




$25,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



125,000 00 
$25,000 00 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDEI>-CORRIDORS, ETC. 

(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$3,500 00 



• 

Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


• 

Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Huston. J. P.. treasurer 


$1,75115 


$1,748 85 






Totals 


$1,761 15 


$1,748 85 







COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED^COLD STORAGE. 

(Section 12, page 33, Lavs 1903.) 



ADDronriatlon for 1908 and 1904 






$2,600 00 










Persons to whom warrants were Lssued. 

1 




Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Huston. J. P., treasurer 




$226 25 


$2,273 75 








Totals 


$226 25 I 


$2,273 75 









COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— FURNISHINGS. 



(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 




Balance in former appropriation 


$0 11 


Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


5,000 00 






Total 


$5,000 11 







Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issiiod in 
1903. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 
issued In 

1904. 



. I $2, 283 29 

I $2,283 29 
J 1 



$2,716 82 
$2,716 82 



230 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— CAUNDRY. 

(Section 12, page 33, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation I ^74 78 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1901 2,000 00 

Total $2,674 7S 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



I Warrants 
I issued In 
I 1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



I 



$1,794 98 
$1,794 9S 



$779 80 



$779 80 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— STOCK, ETC. 



(Section 12. page 33, I^ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 190 i. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



.1 II. 



000 00 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



$988 29 



$11 71 



■I 



$9S8 29 



$11 71 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— GRADING, ETC. 

(Section 12, page 33, Lraws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1901. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Totals 



$2,500 00 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$57 65 $2,442 35 



$57 G5 I $2,442 35 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— UNFINISHED BUILDINGS, 

(Section 12, pa^e 27, Laws 1901.) 



H.ilance in former appropriation, 



$270 00 



Persons to wliom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Huston, J. P., tr('ru«iir«'r. 
Totals 



$270 00 
$270 00 



I 



f 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



231 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— DAIRY BARN. 

(Section 12, page 27, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 



n. 60S 17 



Persons to wliom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Huston, J. P. treasurer. 
Total 



$1.60317 



$1,503 17 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED-EQUIPPING FARM. 



(Section 12, page 27, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer. 
Total 



80 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



33 



$0 33 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED— ADDITIONAL COTTAGES. 

(Section 12, page 27, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$9,528 03 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Huston, J. P,, treasurer. 
Total 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$9,523 03 



$9.523 03 



I 



MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— SALARIES AND REPARIS. 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance cancelled 



Balance 



$80.000 00 
80,000 00 



$160.000 00 
80,000 00 

$80.000 00 



232 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— BINDING TWINE PLANT 

EQUIPMENT. 

(Section 3, page 24, I^ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



135.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Wooldrldge, P. M., warden. 
Totals 



139 GO 128,915 66 



$39 60 128,915 66 

I 



MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— BINDING TWINE REVOLVING 

FUND. 

(Section 6, page 25, Laws 1903.) 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 ) $125,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Wooldrldge, P. Af., warden. 
Total 



$26,613 14 
$26,513 14 



MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— BINDING TWINE BUILDING 

(Section 4, page 25, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


I 


$16,000 00 




f 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Wooldrldge. P. M., warden 


$5,559 28 


$9,440 72 




Totals 


$5.559 28 


$9,440 72 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



233 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— SUPPORT. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



I 



$50,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Helney, B. P., treasurer. 
Baird, W. T., treasurer.. 



Totals 



$10,501 32 
13,341 74 



123,843 06 



126.156 94 



$26,156 94 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— REPAIRS. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$2,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Baird, W. T., treasurer. 
Total 



$1,732 66 



$267 34 



$1,732 66 



$267 34 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— LIBRARY. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$5,000 00 





1 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Baird. W. T., treasurer 


1 
$1,798 40 


$2,809 41 






Totals 


$1,798 40 


$2,809 41 







NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— APPARATUS. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$3,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Helney, B. P., treasurer. 
Baird, W. T,, treasurer. 

Totals 



$327 50 
1.796 18 



$646 06 



$2,123 68 J $646 05 



234 



R£PORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— FURNITURE. 



(Section 2. page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued, 



11,000 00 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Baird, W. T., treasurer. 
Totals 



$786 06 



$126 88 



$786 05 



$126 88 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— GROUNDS. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persona to wliom warrants were issued. 



Ifclney, B. P., treasurer. 
Baird, W. T., treasurer.. 



Totals 



$250 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 




$30 00 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. i— GYMNASIUM. 

(Section 2, page 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 % •. | 



$500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



i 



Warrants 
issued in 
190&. 



Warrants 
issued in 
I 1904. 



Baird, W. T., treasuror. 
Total 



$497 54 



$497 54 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— SUPPORT. 

(Section 3, page 26, Laws 1903.) 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 ) $77,080 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



I 
Warrants 
issued in 
1904. 



Morrow, W. K., treasurer. 
Totals 



$35,943 70 I $39,414 98 



$35,943 70 $39,414 9S 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



235 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— REPAIRS, 

(Section 3, page 26, I^ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


••■•••••••••»• 


$2,000 00 


Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Morrow W K . . treasurer 


$247 68 
$247 68 1 


$1,136 34 






Totfl-la 


$1,136 34 







NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO 2— NEW BUILDING. 

(Section 3, page 26, I,a.ws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and l»w 


1 $50.00000 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Morrow. W. K.. treasurer 




$18,946 57 








Total 




$18,946 57 









NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— LIBRARY. 

(Section 3, pagre 26, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 » I $1,500 00 





1 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Morrow. W. K.. treasurer 


$1,027 73 


$334 64 






Totals 


$1,027 73 


$334 64 







NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— DEFIQT. 

(Section 3, pa^e 26, Laws 1903.) 



ApproDrlation for 1903 and 1904 


^ 1 


$5,190 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Morrow, W. K.. trpasur»-r 


$5,190 00 


1 


1 




Total 


$0.190 00 



236 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— STEAM REGISTER. 



(Section 8» psLge 26, Laws 1906.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



Balance 



1287 86 
27 86 



$210 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Morrow, W. K., treasurer. 
Total 



1210 00 



$210 00 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2--WALKS. 

(Section 3, page 20, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



$2S^ 
2 88 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— TUNNELS, ETC. 

(Section 3, page 20, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Balance cancelled 



$97 90 
97 90 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 2— GUTTERS, ETC. 

(Section 3, page 20, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance cancelled 



$146 75 
146 75 



NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 3— SUPPORT. 

(Section 4, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$46,300 00 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1901. 


Oliver, R. B., treasurer 1 

Totals 1 


$22,832 28 
$22,832 28 


$23,467 72 

$23.467 72 





DISBURSEMENTS. 



237 



^ NORMAL SCHOOL, DISTRICT NO. 3— NEW BUILDING. 

(Section 4, pag^e 27, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriattion. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904..., 



Total 



$800 00 
200.000 00 



1200.800 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued* in 
1908. 

• 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Oliver, R. B., treasurer 


134,966 90 


$89,875 58 






Totals 


134,966 90 


189,875 58 







LINCOLN INSTITUTE— SUPPORT. 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$17,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Burch, O. G., treasurer 


$4,200 00 
3,435 00 




Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer 


$9,365 00 






Totals 


$7,635 00 


$9,365 00 







LINCOLN INSTITUTE— EQUIPMENT, ETC. 



(Section 5, page 27, Iaws 1903.) 






AporoDriatlon for 1903 and 1904 


$1,500 00 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


• 
Burch, O. G., treasurer 


$32 38 
690 24 




Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer... 


^ $877 38 






Totals 


$622 62 


$877 38 



I 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE—INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$9,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warranrs 

issued In 

1904. 


Burch, O. 0., treasurer 


$2,247 51 
702 60 




Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer 


$6,549 89 






Totals 


$2.950 11 


$6,549 89 





2.^ 



RlvIORT OF XriF. STATF. AUDITOR. 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE— AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT. . 

(Section 6, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$2,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 

1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Burch. O. G., treasurer 


$603 09 
459 03 




Dallmeycr. W. A., treasurer 


$937 88 






Totals 


[ $1,062 12 


$937 ^S 







LINCOLN INSTITUTE— JANITORS, ETC. 

(Section 5, page 27, Lawb 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$3,500 00 








Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


W^arrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Burch, O. G., treasurer 


$597 75 
836 50 




Dallmeyer, VV'. A., treasurer 


$2,065 75 






Totals 


$1.434 25 


$2,065 75 







LINCOLN INSTITUTE— CONTINGENT FUND. 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



ApDroDriatlon for 1903 and 1904 


$5.000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Riireh, O. G., treasurer 


$1,761 46 
910 14 




Dallmeyer. W. A., treasurer 


$2,328 40 






Totals 


$2,671 60 

1 


$2,328 40 




\ 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE— HEATING PLANT. 



(Section 5, pajje 27, L.aws 1903.) 






Appropriation for 1903 and 1901 


$10,000 oo 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer 1 


$10,000 00 




1 1 
1 




Total 


$10,000 00 





DISBURSKMENTS. 



2i9 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE— REPAIRS MAIN BUILDING. 

(Section 5, page 27, Iawb 1903.) 



ADDroDriation for 1903 and 1904 


$1,350 00 




* 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


• 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer 


1- 


|1,3S0 00 


• 


Total 


n. 350 00' 











LINCOLN INSTITUTE^PLUMBING, ETC 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



11.500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Burch, O. Q., treasurer 

Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer. 



Totals 



i 




$649 90 



$850 10 



$649 90 



1 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE— GENERAL REPAIRS. 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$2,000 GO 



$1,107 80 



Totals I $1,107 80 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$892 20 



$892 20 



LINCOLN INSTITUTE^LIBRARY. 

(Section 5, page 27, Laws 1903.) 



• 

Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$1,000 00 






Persona to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Dallmeyer, W. A., treasurer 


$1,000 00 








Total 


$1,000 00 


' * X 

1 





240 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— SUPPORT. 

(Section 6, pagre 27, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



1148,700 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



1100,000 oof 148,700 00 



1100,000 00 148,700 00 



STATE UNIVERSITY— DAIRY HUSBANDRY. 

(Section 6, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$1,216 72 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



J 



11,216 72 



$1,216 72 



STATE UNIVERSITY— SEMINARY MONEYS SUPPORT. 

(Sections 7 and 8, pagre 27, Laws 1903.) 



ADDronrlation for 1903 and 1904 




$106,550 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B.. treasurer 


$54,068 72 


$52,471 88 






Totals 


$54,068 72 I 


$52,471 38 




1 



STATE UNIVERSITY— SUMMER SCHOOL. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation "for 1903 and 1904 


$12,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


1 
Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer 


$6,000 00 


$6.000 00 






Total 


$6,000 00 


$6,000 00 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



241 



STATE UNIVERSITY— SEWERAGE. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 190i. 



$860 20 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B.. treasurer. 
Total 



$850 20 



$860 20 



STATE UNIVERSITY— LIBRARIES. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$26,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



$3.694 08 



$3,694 68 



$12,245 78 



$12,245 78 



STATE UNIVERSITY— LAW LIBRARY. 



(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



ApDropriation for 1903 and 1904 


■ 


$25,000 00 








Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer 


$2,500 00 




1 




Totals J 


$2,500 00 







STATE UNIVERSITY— LIBRARY HISTORY, ETC. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$5,000 00 



A— 18 



242 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— LABORATORIES. 

(Section 8, pa«e 28, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



Total 



$2,347 29 
25,000 00 



$27.347 29 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



$3,485 99 



I 



$3,485 99 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$8,640 62 



$8.640 62 



STATE UNIVERSITY— ATHLETICS, ETC. 

(Section 8, pape 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



$7,600 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$2,238 65 


$5,261 35 






TotaJs 


$2,238 66 


$5,261 35 







STATE UNIVERSITY— CONTINGENT FUND. 



(Section 8, page 28, Laws 


1903.) 






Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$5.000 00 




• 

Persons to whom warrants were issued. 




Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 
issued tn 
1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



I 



$3,239 72 
$3,239 72 



$1,760 28 



$1,760 28 



STATE UNIVERSITY— HEAT PLANT. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



I Warrants 
I issued in 
I 1903. 

I 



$3,500 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$1,571 18 
$1,671 18 



$1,928 82 



$1,928 82 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



243 



STATE UNIVERSITY— PARKER HOSPITAL. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



112,300 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



I Warrants 
I issued in 
I 1903. 

I 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



.1 



$3.69143 



I 



$3,69143 



$8,608 57 



$8,608 51 



STATE UNIVERSITY— READ HALL. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$8,000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$4,295 98 


S3.881 07 






Totals 


$4,295 98 


$3,381 07 







STATE UNIVERSITY— BENTON CLUB. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



$4,000 00 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Wiyrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B,, treasurer. 
Totals 



$535 17 



$535 17 



$3,067 08 



$3,067 08 



STATE UNIVERSITY— STLTDENT LABOR. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



$2,280 83 



$5,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$2,719 17 



$2,280 83 ( $2,719 17 



2J4 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— FELLOWSHIP. 

(Section 8, page 29, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and I90t 


$4,000 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer ' 

Totals J 


$1,415 00 
$1,415 00 


$1,457 50 

$1,457 50 

I 





STATE UNIVERSITY— ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

(Soctlon 8, page 28. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for l%o and 1904 ; 




$12,500 00 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurcn 


$S00 21. 


$5,037 69 






Total ,... 


$S00 21 


$5,037 C9 







STATE UNIVERSITY— LAW DEPARTMENT. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 19ni. 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$1.466 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



$152 26 $1,313 75 



$152 25 [ $1,313 75 



STATE UNIVERSITY— DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and lO^ii. 



$7,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



I'rlce, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



$600 55 



$600 55 



$4,666 49 



$4,666 49 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



245 



STATE UNIVERSITY— MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$12.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$l,6a 70 


$5,441 67 




Totals 


$1,621 70 


$5.44167 


• 



STATE UNIVERSITY— ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws ]903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$14,300 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$258 34 


$4,484 54 






Totals 


$258 34 


$4,484 54 





STATE UNIVERSITY— AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, ETC. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



ADDroDrlation for 1903 and 1904 


$47.600 00 




Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer 


$4,232 06 


$14,678 12 


Totals 


$4,232 06 ' 


$14,578 12 







STATE UNIVERSITY— WALKS, ETC. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



_ . ■ 

ADorouriation for 1903 and 1904 


$8,000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer f 


$1,50112 


$3,192 09 






Totals 


$1,501 12 


$3,192 09 







246 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



STATE UNIVERSITY— PUBLICATION. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$5,000 00 


Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


12,614 81 


S199 55 






Totals 


12.614 31 


$199 55 





STATE UNIVERSITY— GYMNASIUM. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$69,200 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



STATE UNIVERSITY— PHYSICS BUILDING. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1901. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



175.000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— VETERINARY HOSPITAL. 

(Section S. page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



115.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 






Price. R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



247 



STATE UNIVERSITY— CHEMICAL LABORATORY. 

(Section 8, p&ge 28, LawB 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1908 and 1904. 



J 



125,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



STATE UNIVERSITY— HOMEOPATHY. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



13,000 00 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Totals 



f 



STATE UNIVERSITY— STATE CADETS. 

(Section 8, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 




16,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Prioe, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$2,500 00 
12,600 00 



STATE UNIVERSITY— GIRLS' DORMITORY. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropri§ition. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



117.141 67 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, B. B., treasurer. 
Total 



I 



$17,141 57 



$17,141 67 



248 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— LABORATORY AGRICULTURE. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



112,694 57 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$12,694 57 
112.694 57 



STATE UNIVERSITY— ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



n.S25 26 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



I 



I 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$1,525 25 



I 



I 



$1,525 25 



STATE UNIVERSITY— GRANITOID FLOOR. 

(Section 7, page 21, laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation, 



$447 03 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued In 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$447 03 



$447 08 



I 



STATE UNIVERSITY— WORLD'S FAIR. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 




$1,864 91 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer 


$1.864 91 








Total J 


$1,864 91 









PZ3BUR3EMENTS. 



249 



STATE UNIVERSITY— MUSEUM. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issiied. 






$90 44 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$90 44 



$90 44 



STATE UNIVERSITY— COLD STORAGE. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former approDri&tlon 


$3,500 00 




• 

Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$3,500 00 


• 






Total 


$3,500.00 









STATE UNIVERSITY— WATER PLANT. 

(Section 7, page 21. Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation 






$8.000 00 




• 

Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 

• 


■ 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer 


$8.000 00 






. 


^ 


Total 


$8.000 00 











STATE UNIVERSITY— NEW BOILER. 



(Section 7. page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$716 IS 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


1 $716 15 




1 




Total 


$716 15 









•5^ 



REPOJIT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— EXPERIMENT STATION. 

(Section 7. pagre 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



(1,196 78 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

190i. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



n,196 78 
1 11,196 78 



< -. 



STATE UNIVERSITY— LABORATORY LIVE STOCK, ETC. 

(Soctlon 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 




$6,303 9S 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price, R. B., treasurer j 


$5,303 96 








Total 


$5,308 98 




. 


■ 



STATE UNIVERSITY— MEDICAL BUILDING. 

(Section 7, page 21, I^ws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 



$4.354 32 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



I Warrants 
I Issued in 
I 1903. 

1 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Price, R. B., treasurer. 
Total 



$4.354 32 



$4,354 32 



STATE UNIVERSITY— ENGINEERING LABORATORY. 

(Section 7, page 21, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former aDpronriatlon 




$11,472 01 






Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Price. R. B.. treasurer 


$11,472 01 








Total 


$11.472 01 









PJ5BURSEMENTS. 



25 



SCHOOL OF MINES— SUPPORT. 

(Section 9, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



132.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Woods, Henry, treasurer 



I- 



$20,000 00 



Total ! $20,000 00 

! 

SCHOOL OF MINES— SEMINARY MONEY SUPPORT. 

(Section 9, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$80.000 00 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Wood, Henry, treasurer 
Total 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$80.000 00 
$80,000 00 



SCHOOL OF MINES— LIBRARY, ETC. 

(Section 9, page 28, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 



$16.500 00 





• 
Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


! 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Woods. Henry, treasurer 


$1.269 04 


$1,417 81 






Total 


$1,269 04 


$1,417 81 







SCHOOL OF MINES— HEATING. ETC. 

(Section 9, page 28, Iaws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


*••*••••••••■• 


$51,000 00 


Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


1 Warrants 

f Issued in 

1903. 

1 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


Wood, Henry, treasurer 


$24,344 81 


$12,712 37 






Totals .^ 


$24,344 81 


$12,712 37 







252 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



SCHOOL OF MINES— EQUIPPING, ETC. 

(Section 9, pago 29, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



125,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Wood, Henry, treasurer 




$3,274 09 




■ 




Total 


$3,274 09 


1 







SCHOOL OF MINES— MACHINERY, ETC. 

(Section 9, page 29, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$15,000 00 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Woods. T-T«»nry. trpasTirer 


$1,2d9 OO 




I 




Total 1 


$1,259 00 







SCHOOL OF MINES— NEW BUILDING. 

(Section 8, page 22, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$30,920 37 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Wood, Henry, treasurer ] $30,920 37 

Total 



I 



$30,920 37 



FRUIT EXPERIMENT STATION— SALARY MANAGER. 

(Section 11, page 29. Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$S33 70 
4,000 00 



$4,333 70 
167 05 



$4,166 66 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Evans, Paul, mgr — 
l'\'iurot, F. W., mgp. 
Stlnson, J. P., mgr.. 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 




$2,166 45 



$2,166 45 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



253 



FRUIT EXPERIMENT STATION— SALARY OF A"SSISTANTS. 

(Section 11, page 29, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904... 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$100 00 
5.400 00 



$5.500 00 
60 00 



$5,450 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Faurot, F. W., assistant 

Horsefall, Frank, assistant . 
Swarwant, A. M., assistant. 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$450 00 I 
^00 
600 00 



$1,875 00 



$900 00 
900 00 
900 00 



$2,700 00 



FRUIT EXPERLMENT STATION— SALARY OF TRUSTEES. 

(Section 11, pagre 29, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation, 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904..., 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$75 18 
600 00 



$675 18 
18 



$675 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Culver, T. M., trustee.. 

Kerby, J. C, trustee. 

Knoerle, Joseph, trustee 
McAfee, C. B., trustee.. 



$202 74 
206 92 



I 



60 00 



Totals. 



$459 66 



$50 00 



$.'0 00 



FRUIT EXPERIMENT STATION— LABOR, ETC. 

(Section U, pagre 29, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.... 



I 



Total , 

Balance canceled 



Balance 



$2,665 73 
$22,000 00 



$24,rir>5 7S 
508 06 



$24,157 67 



Persons to whom warrants were issued* 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Culver, T. M 

Evans. Paul 

Faurot, F. W 

Kerby. J. C 

Knoerle, Joseph , 

Massey, Otto. irtenog:rapher. 
Stinson, J, F 



Totals. 



$93 60 

3.249 91 

4,278 76 

94 89 



79 30 
2,230 52 



$10,026 98 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$10.63S 82 
9 40 



$10,648 22 



254 



KFPOKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SPECIAL LICENSE COMMISSIONER— SALARY. 

(Section 23, page 231, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation 
Balance canceled 

Balance 



14.600 02 
4,500 02 



SPECIAL LICENSE COMMISSIONER— EXPENSES. 

(Section 23, page 231, Daws 1901.) 



Balatice In former appropriation 
Balance canceled 

Balance 



$2,330 98 
12,330 9S 



PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION. 

(Section 6, page 32, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance 



14,792 >^ 
4.792 ^9 



TRANS-MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION. 

(Section 1, page 34, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance. 



110 81 
10 81 



REVENUE COMMISSION— EXPENSES, 

(Section 7, page 204, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



113,477 40 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Crow, E. C, member 

Morrow, K. R., stonogrrapher 

Dockery, A. M., Governor 

Hlnton, E. W., legal service 

Kingsbury, W. W.. stenographer. 

Lee, John A., clerical work 

T-»ee, Lydia, stenograhper 

Lindle & Llndle, blanks 

Postal Telegraph and Cable Co... 

Park, Peyton A., member 

Stephens, E. W.. printing 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Williams, W. M., member 

Whitaker, C. H., stationery..' 



Total. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$1,500 00 

5 00 

8,122 95 

200 00 

155 35 

40 00 

27 50 

13 00 

2 00 

1,675 25 

95 05 

1 80 

1,592 50 

17 00 



$13,477 40 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



255 



STATE OF MISSOURI VS. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT- 
EXPENSES. 

(Section 4, page 9, Laws 1908.) 



ApDroDrlatlon for 1903 and 1904 




S2.000 00 






Persona to whom warrants wore issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Brenneissen. J. P., makln&r abstract of account 


1125 00 
20000 




Green, Elwyn, U. S. agent 




Total 




$325 00 

1 









LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNI.KL EXPOSITION— EX- 
PENSES. 

(Section B6, page 10, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


$10,000 00 


• 




Persona to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Allen. E3. D.. Decoratlnfi: Co 




$2,500 00 








Total 1 




$2,500 00 









RELIEF OF FINIS C. FARR. 

(Section 19, page 18, I^aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1908. 



Farr, Finis C. 
Total 



$583 00 



$383 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



I 



$583 00 



RELIEF OF E. H. SPRATT. 

(Section 20, page 18, Laws 190o.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




1 


$202 47 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 




Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Spratt, E. H 


1 
1 


$202 47 






/- 




Total 


$202 47 











2=;6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RELIEF OF R. E. SEE. 

(Section 21, pafi:e 18, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



See, R. E. 
Total.. 



168 20 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



168 20 



168 20 



RELIEF OF HILL-O'MERA CONSTRUCTION COMPANY. 

(Secttion 25, page 20, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



1902 23 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



HIll-O'Mera Construction Co. 
Total 



■1- 



$90223 



1902 23 



1 



RELIEF OF W. N. MATTHEW AND BROTHER, 

(Section 27, page 20, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



I 



$60 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Matthew, W. N., & Bro. 
Total 



$60 00 



t 



$60 00 



MONUMENT OF B. GRATZ BROWN. 

(Section 44, page 9, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Abercromble Stone CJo 1 


$1,290 00 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



257 



MONUMENT OF JOSEPH W. McCLURG. 

(Section 46, page 9, Laws UOB.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


1 $1,600 00 




Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


• 

Abercromble Stone Co 




&.350 00 


1 ' 





MONUMENT OF AUSTIN A. KING. 

(Section 45a, page 9, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1.600 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Abercromble Stone Co. 



$1,867 00 



MONUMENT OF THOMAS H: BENTON. 

(Section 62, page 10, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 



$1,600 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Abercromble Stone Co. 
Total 



$1,600 00 



$1,600 00 



MONUMENT OF ROBERT M. STEWART. 

(Section 63, page 10, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 



$1,500 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants I Warrants 

Issued in I Issued in 

1908. 1904. 



Abercromble Stone Co. 
Total 



I n. 



600 00 



$1,600 00 



A-17 



258 



REPORT OP THE STATE AUDITOR. 



RELIEF OF JAMES CARR ESTATE. 

(Section 60, page 10, LawB 1903.) 



ADDroDriatlon for 1903 and 1904 


$275 00 






PersonB to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued In 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

19W. 


Estate of James Carr 

Tot al 


1275 00 
1275 00 









RELIEF OF DANIEL GUNDELFINGER. 

(Section 24, pa^e 20, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 190B and 1904. 



197 50 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 



Oundelfln^er, Daniel 
Total 



197 50 



I 



197 50 



RELIEF OF HENRY M. GITT. 

(Section 1, pa«re 43, L.aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$1,200 00 



Persona to whom warrants were issued. 



Total. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



I 



Gltt, Henry M | $1,200 00 

, I $1,200 00 



RELIEF OF W. K. FARRIS. 

(Section 1, page 46, L^aws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 


137 30 






Persons to whom warrants were Lssued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Farris, W. H 1 


137 30 

137 30 

[ 




Total 1 






1 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



259 



RELIEF OF H. M. HOPKE. 

(Section 1, page 42, Laws 1903.) 



Anproprlatlon for 1903 and 1904 




165 98 




Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants * 
Issued in 
1908. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Hopke. H. M 


165 98 








Total 


165 98 









RELIEF OF CHARLF:S L. DAVIS. 

(Section 1, page 41, Laws 1903.) 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Davis, Chas. L. 
Total 



$4152 



141 52 



RELIEF OF HATTIE DEATHERAGE. 

(Section 1, page 44, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$86 02 



Deatherage, Hattie 
Total 



$86 02 



$86 02 I 



RELIEF OF GEO. D. BARNARD & CO. 

(Section 1, page 16, Laws 1901.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance. 



VICKSBURG COMMISSION. 

(Section 3, page 32, Laws 1903.) 



$0 06 
06 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance 



I 



$219 35 
206 75 



$12 60 



Persons to whom warrants were issued, 



I 



Warrants 
Issued in 

1903. 



I 



Warrants 
issued in 

1904. 



Bull. William, expenses | $5 00 

Crowe, Jno, T. , expenses I 7 60 



Total 



12 60 



26o 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SWORD FOR ARTHUR LEE WILLARD. 

(Section 1, pagre 45, Laws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



S200 0O 



PersonB to whom warrants were issued. 



"Warrants 
Issued In 
1908. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1904. 



LlUey, M. C, & Co., sword. 
Total 



1200 00 



1200 00 



1 



EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— FEMALE BUILD- 
ING. 

(Section 40, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$50.000 00 
65.000 00 



$115,000 00 
50,000 00 



|«5,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Wooldridge, P. M., warden, 
Totals , 



15,652 26 1 $18.842 31 



$5,652 26 I $18,842 31 



EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— LIBRARY. 

(Section 40, pagre 8, Laws 1903.) 



Balance in former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1904.. 



Total 

Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$410 38 
1,000 00 



$1,410 38 
321 2S 

$1,089 10 



Persons to whom warra.nts were issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


VVooldridee, F. M., warden 


$622 98 


$395 24 






Total 


$622 98 


$395 24 







DISBURSEMENTS. 



261 



EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— WARDEN'S RESI- 
DENCE. 

(Section 40, pa^e 8, Laws 1908.) 



ADDroDrlatlon for 1908 and 1904 


1500 00 






Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 

1 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 

1 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Wooldridfire, F. M., warden 


1434 75 


$65 25 


Total 


$434 75 


$65 25 







EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— BERTILLIQN SYS- 
TEM. 

(Section 40, page 8, Xiaws 1908.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$400 00 



EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY— LIGHTING, ETC. 

(Section 43, page 9, Laws 1901.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Balance canceled 



Balance. 



$336 15 
896 15 



262 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



PUBLISHING CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS. 

(Section 8, page 17, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904, 



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Oonntiefl. 



Newspapers to whom warrants were Issned. 



Amount. 



Adair 

Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton , 

Bates 

Benton ..? 

Bollinger , 

Boone 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Caldwell 

Oallaway 

Camden.. , 

Cape Girardeau. 

Carroll 

Carter , 

Cass 

Cedar 

Charlton 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole 

Cottper 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 

Dent 

Douglas 

Dunklin 

Franklin 

Gasconade 

Gentry 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harrison 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette 

Lawrence 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Ltnn 

Livingston 

McDonald 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

New Madrid 



KlrksvlUe Democrat 

The Democrat 

Atchison County World 

Intelligencer , 

Cassville Democrat 

Lamar Democrat 

Rich Hill Review 

Benton County Enterprise.., 

Marble Hill Press 

Centralia Courier 

St. Joseph Gazette , 

Poplar Bluff Citizen 

Farmers Advocate , 

Fulton Weekly Gazette 

Camden County Rustler 

Cape Girardeau Progress 

Carrollton Democrat 

Current Local 

Cass County Democrat 

Stockton Journal 

Chariton Courier 

Ozark Democrat 

The Gazette-Herald 

The Smith vllle Herald 

Plattsburg Leader 

State Tribune 

Missouri Democrat. 

Crawford County Democrat. 

Dade County Advocate 

Record 

Gallatin Democrat 

DeKalb County Democrat. . . . 

The Salem Monitor 

Douglas County Democrat.. . 

DuuKlin Democrat 

Franklin County Observer... 

Advertising Courier , 

Albany Ledger , 

Commonwealth 

Trenton Times 

The Democrat 

Henry County Democrat... , 
Hickory County Republican, 

The Jeffersonlan 

Glasgow Missourian , 

Howell County Gazette 

Iron County uegister 

Kansas City World 

.Foplln Globe , 

De Soto Press , 

Johnson County Star , 

Knox County Democrat 

Lebanon Rustic , 

The Intelligencer 

Pelrce City Democrat 

Lewis County Journal 

Troy Free Press 

The Bulletin 

Chillicothe Constitution 

PinevUle Herald 

Times-Democrat 

Democrat News 

Maries County Democrat 

Hannibal Weekly Journal 

Princeton Press 

Eldon Advertiser 

Charleston Courier 

California Democrat 

Murcury Printing Company. 

Montgomery Standard 

Versail les Leader 

Southwest Missourian , 



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194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
000 00 
304 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 

* 194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 4S 
194 48 
191 48 
194 48 
194 
194 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 
194 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
600 00 
579 SO 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 SS 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
191 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
191 48 
191 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
i^ 4*1 
194 48 
104 i!J 
191 48 



48 
48 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



263 



PUBLISHING OONSIITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS-Oontlnued. 



Oounties. 



Newspapers to whom warrents were Issued. 



Amount. 



Newton 

Nodaway 

Oregon 

Osage 

Osark 

Pemiscot 

Perry 

Pettis 

Phelps. 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Kails 

Randolph 

Bay 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St. Charles 

St. Olalr 

St. Francois 

Ste. Genevieve. 

St. Louis 

Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shannon.. 

Shelby , 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas , 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Webster 

Worth 

Wright 

St. Louis City.. 



Total. 



The Neosho Times 

Nodaway Countv Democrat. 

Oregon County Tribune 

Unterrifled Democrat 

Ozark County News 

The Democrat 

The Perry County Sun 

Sedalla Democrat 

Rolla H erald- Democrat 

Bowling Green Times 

The Landmark 

Bolivar Herald 

Pulaski County Democrat... 

Putnam County Journal 

Ralls County Record , 

M oberly Democrat 

Richmond Democrat , 

Reynolds County Outlook. .. 

The Prospect News 

St. Charles Banner-News... 
St. Clair County Democrat., 
Farmlngton Times-Herald. 

Fair Play 

The Clayton Argus 

Saline County Indtix 

Lancaster Excelsior 

Scotland County Democrat. 

Benton Record 

Current Wave 

Shelby County Herald 

Dexter Messenger 

Stone Countv Oracle 

Milan Standard 

Taney County Republican. 

Houston Herald 

Southwest Mail 

Warrenton Herald 

Weekly Independent 

Banner 

M arshfield Chronicle 

Worth County Times 

Mountain Grove Journal . . . 
St. Louis Republic 



$194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
198 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 45 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
194 48 
684 80 

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BALANCE SHEETS. 



273 



. STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. 

(Section 1, page 22, Laws 1903.) 



Counties. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

LHsued In 

1903. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Adair Tas. A. Grow, treasurer. 

Andrew O.O.Schmidt, 

Atchison J. M. Anderson, 

Audrain W. H. Turner, 

Barry O. P. Oliver, 

Barton Jno. W. Rex, 

Bates W. T. Johnson, 

Benton Jas. F. Davis, 

Bollinger .T. V. Bllnkard. 

Boone | J. M. Batterton, 

Buchanan IN. I). Goff, 

Butler I A. W. Davidson, 



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Caldwell 

Callaway 

Camden 

CapeGirardeau 

Carroll 

Carter 

Cedar 



W. B. White, 
Jos. B. Sharp, 
Jno. 9. McRorey. 
Ohas. E. Williams, 
Thomas A. Orr. 
George W. Galbralth, 
L. B. Twyman, 
Benry E. Agee, 



Chariton ' E. W. Herring, 

Christian I Geo. W. Roper, 

Clark 'Jos. S. Sloan, 



Clay 
Clinton 
Cole.... 
Cooper 



J. H. Hynur, 
J. U. Walker, 
Theo. Overman, 
Walter Reed, 
Crawford ' Geo. F. Carter, 



Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess.... 
DeKalb.... 

Dent 

Douglas... 
Dunklin... 
Franklin... 
Gasconade 
Gentry .... 
Greene . . . . 

Grundy 

Harrison.. 

Henry 

Hickory... 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson . . . 

Jasper 

Jefferson... 
Johnson... 
Knox 



H. H. Davis, 
Walter O wensby, 
Maro Thomas, 
Geo. F. Brown, 
Thos. J. Honey, 
R. M. Roper, 
N. F. Kelley, 
Ewd. Mucneh, 
Aug. Begeman, 
Jno. T. Brooks, 
Jno. L. Carson, 
E. M. Crawford, 
A. N. Cave, 
S. M. Coale, 
J. E. Morton, 
L. I. Moore, 
H. A. Norris, 
T, M. Kellett, 
.1. N. Lewis, 
O. H. Gentry, Jr., 
Carey J. Smith. 
H. R. Lloyd. 
H. H. Russell, 
Jas. R. Purdy, 

Laclede : Ohas. E. Windsor, 

Lafayette ' W . H . Ed wards, 

Lawrence J. B. Moore, 



Lewis 
Lincoln.... 

Linn 

Livingston 
McDonald. 
Macon .... 
Madison.. 

Maries 

MarlOQ 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery . . . 

Morgan 

New Madrid . . . . 

A-18 



J. A. West, 
.Tno. T. Henry, 
J. E. Hartzler, 
L. R. Merrick, 
Albert York, 
Oscar Sandusky, 
Jesse E. Skaggs, 
Roberts. Hilton, 
A. F. Griffith, 
Howard Spencer, 
J. E. Kallenbach, 
Clarence M. Davis, 
John T. Allen, 
W. M. Meteer, 
John G. Rodgers, 
G. M. Hargett, 
L. B. Wathen, 



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18,164 50 
6,456 50 
6.036 76 
8,155 65 

10.409 78 

7.456 50 
11,363 02 

6,706 55 

6.470 40 
10,742 28 
51,474 95 

7,812 50 
6.796 55 
8,893 95 
5,375 56 

10,404 73 
9,816 86 
2,529 75 
9,897 25 
6.^66 10 

11,012 83 
6,995 05 
5.337 65 
7,301 00 
5.960 90 
7,756 15 

8.457 80 
5,619 56 
6,991 27 
6.928 05 
7.95-2 10 
5.175 82 
6,5«2 46 

7.471 68 
11,758 73 
12,748 63 

5.404 64 
7.614 66 
20.962 42 
6.577 85 
9.098 76 
10,009 15 
4,187 17 
6,428 68 
6,580 38 
8.647 42 
3.724 46 
94.489 57 
29.465 72 
10,753 72 
10.665 15 
4,661 02 
7.124 01 
12.253 05 
10,883 87 
5.938 15 
7,135 39 
9,739 73 
7,789 00 
5,904 02 
12.465 35 
4.713 10 
4,208 67 
10,804 23 
5,400 85 
7.063 33 
4.713 10 
6,174 56 
6,911 97 
6,126 53 
6.186 93 
6.719 44 



18.778 29 
6.480 44 
5.930 51 
8,454 27 

10,802 46 
7,509 31 

11,496 87 
7,018 76 
6,732 17 

10,836 02 

52,281 78 
7,465 48 
6,762 69 
9,853 35 
5,44126 

10,830 58 
9,740 03 
2.451 47 
9,399 22 
6,884 50 

10,962 21 
7,043 29 
6,304 41 
7,402 16 
6,084 13 
8,158 66 
8,376 81 
5,802 71 
7,065 83 
6,381 04 
8,014 06 
5.282 46 
6,663 29 
7,772 66 

12,250 88 

12.922 16 
5.583 25 
7.532 55 

88.715 11 
6,548 86 
8,880 27 

10,741 79 

4,165 81 

6.379 75 

6,794 14 

9.249 48 

8,863 74 

96.485 02 

30,405 15 

11.209 10 

10.994 81 

4.880 99 

7,513 18 

12.701 41 

11,196 10 

5,965 36 

7,208 5? 

9,896 23 

8,153 48 

6,228 71 

12,774 99 

6,061 72 

4,451 11 

10.990 93 

5,670 34 

7,444 76 

5,251 48 

6 217 09 

7,867 91 

6,162 88 

6,230 83 

6,184 88 



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bfe^ORt 01^ THlL STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE SCHOOL MONEYS-Oontlaued 



Counties. 



Porsons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Newton 
Nodaway. 



U. S. Anderson, 
Ben F. Lltts, 

Ori'Kon J. Cal Taylor, 

•Osaffe L. J. Plilll)ert, 

Ozark I Marlon Haskins, 



treasurer. 



Pemiscot 
Perrjy 

X^OlrLlS. ... . • • 

Phelps 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Balls 

Randolph 

Ray 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St. Uharles.... 

St. Clair 

St. Francois... 
Ste. Genevieve 

St. £x>uls 

Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shannon 

Shelby 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washing; ton 

Wavne 

Weuster 

Worth 

Wriifht 

St. liOulsClty.. 



Totals. 



George W. Curtner, 
(Charles Lit.sch 
Clemens Llonkomp, 
GrandvUle, Allen, 
F. M Mackey, 
Robert EUey, 
('alvinJ. EKbert. 
John L. Mitchell, 
iiollie Timmons, 
J. p. Briscoe, 
W. Joe MolTett, 
Geo. E. Hamilton, 
J as. A. Bowles, Jr. 
W. O. S. Lackey 
11. W. Kanhteiner, 
O L. Housley, 
S. J. Hensley, 
Louis Nauman, 
Philip Deuser, 
J. W, Winning. 
James U. VVatkins, 
Martin Miller, 
W. H. H. Hutson, 
S. O. Jenkins, 
J. M. Pickett. 
Abram T. Jolly, 
Wm. B. Laugley, 
W. J. Matkln. 
John W. Powell, 
David R. Young, 
.lesse M. Palmer, 
Kdward Brockhorst 
John B. Boyer, 
W. P. Balllnger, 
George W. Elmore, 
A. J. Anderson, 
Luther Ellis. 
German Savings Inst. 



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12,385 80 
5,710 S9 
0,233 98 
5,206 68 
5,869 88 
6,460 23 

12,784 03 
6,245 36 
9.055 78 
5,944 47 
9.591 83 
4,720 69 
6.443 85 
4,495 65 

10,765 03 
9,414 82 
3,74S 48 
5,930 57 
0,785 25 
7,488 11 

10.8«t5 18 
4,618 28 

21,418 82 

13,204 45 
4,222 57 
4,844 58 
6,566 48 
4,577 83 
6,151 81 

11,473 01 
4,129 02 
8,024 15 
4,196 02 
9,647 44 

12,35-3 92 
3,036 85 
5.825 63 
7,049 42 
7,374 33 
3,780 52 
8,141 73 
202.251 16 



11,232,508 14 



$11,327 87 
12,035 29 
5,996 35 
6,541 12 
5,660 01 
6.263 57 
6,635 35 
13.166 14 
6,379 75 
9,730 99 
5,015 02 
9.708 12 
4,957 15 
6.610 83 
4,741 57 
11,424 68 
9,493 46 
4,074 16 
5,987 31 
10,022 74 
7,469 29 
10.892 82 
4,887 44 
22,600 59 
13 319 76 
4,234 23 
4.817 73 
6.721 85 
4,713 17 
6,005 75 
11,622 20 
4,328 47 
8,135 41 
4.615 06 
10,026 61 
12,077 89 
4,060 92 
6,144 80 
6,973 58 
7,409 91 
3,579 73 
8,304 52 
230,120 27 



$1,285,630 07 



STATE BOARD OF OSTEOPATHY FUND. 



(Section 3, page 249, Laws 1903.) 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1003. 



Boxx. C'has. E., member 

Barnard. Geo. T). & Co.. supplies 

Crenshaw, J. H., member 

McKenzle, A. L., " 

Still. O. E., •' 

Traughber, W. F., '* 

Totals 



$36 10 
65 no 

288 92 
30 40 

19 60 

20 00 



$450 02 



Warrants* 
issued in 
1904. 



$1M 20 

46 60 

1,093 40 

]5i 10 

115 20 

157 80 



$1,721 30 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



275 



ESCHEATS FUND. 

(Section 1, page 8, Laws 1M03.) 



Appropriation for 1}N)3 and 1601. 



IS5.0C0 00 



Persons to wboizi warrants were Issued. 



Allen, A. M., heir of Eliza M. Allen . 

Black, Louis, L.. heir of W. O.Thomas 

Bolton, Henry, heir of Nettie Lockeit 

Bolton, Thomas, heir of Neitle Lockett 

Bolton, Samuel, heir of Nettle Lockett 

Bolton , James, heir of Nettle Lockett 

Beck, Edward, heir of O. Beck 

Bryan, Harriett, heir of H . Marple 

Berktresser, Rosa, heir of U . Marple 

Bradly, P., heir of Joel Jacobs 

Oapps, Ev^a, heir of Ohas. k. Garter 

Ditto, Nellie, heir of R. S. Davis 

Dojle, John, heir of Julia Nagle 

EmmersoD, Lulu, heir of Eliza M. Allen 

Ferguson, Myrtle, heir of Geo. W. Wulls 

Ooza, Chas. A. heir of Lewis Smith 

Goza, L. J., heir of Lewis Smith 

OlaMgow, M. G., heir of J. G. Glasgow 

Hoch, Solomon, heir of Abraham Hoch 

Huffman, Wm., heir of H. Marple 

Huffman, Tlllle, heir of H. Marple 

Huffman, Blanche, heir of H. Marple 

Huffman, Obas., heir of H. Marple 

Huffman, Warner heir of H. Marple 

Huffman, Walt, heir of H. Marple 

Isbell, James, heir of R. E. Worthlngtun 

Huffman, Thos. , heir of H. Marple 

Jacobs, Jas. , heir of Joel Jacobs 

Jacobs, Jordon, heir of Joel Jacobs 

ICarr, Wm., heir of Joseph Karr 

Kenna, Thos., partition sale, Kldweil vs. Keona. 

Laske, Herman, heir of Mary Laske 

Lakemann, Jos. G., heir of R. McKibben 

Mcintosh, Hattle. heir of Eliza M. Allen 

Murray, Oarollne, heir of H. Marple 

Marple, A., heir of U. Marple 

Marple, David, heir of U. Marple 

Marple, Geo., heir of H. Marple 

Porter, B. N., heir of Chas. R. Garter 

Pell, Burton, heir of G. P. Taylor 

Parks, Maggie, heir of U. Marple , 

Roberts, Bettle, heir of Nettle Lockett 

Strode, Glrard, heir of J. P. Manning 

Stack, Oella, heir of Geo. W.Walls 

Settle, Geo. F., heir of Rebecca McKibben 

Wilson, Ross, heir of Geo. W. Walls 

Williams. Ashley, heir of Hugh Gil Ham 

Whaley, Sophia, heir of Ohas. Helnrlch 

Walker, Jas. S., heir of Jno. B. Smiih. 

Whalen, Jas., heir of P. and A. Mulvaney , 



Totals . 



Warrants 

issued in' 

1903. 



$76 08 
40 90 
bO :i6 
30 33 
30 33 
30 33 



21 56 

40S 45 



31 10 



11 83 
11 83 



536 3-2 
76 V8 



7 28 
31 (0 



30 33 
QH 12 
43 76 
1,164 35 
24 38 
643 86 



$3,357 60 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904; 



156 60 


695 


6 95 


5 00 


885 50 


48 76 


104 90 


S32 96 


1 00 


100 


99 


90 


99 


99 


25 00 


99 


5 00 


500 


393^2 


143 06 


695 


695 


6 95 


6 95 



696 



33 30 
101 19 
276 04 

12,370 03 



2y(> 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ROAD AND CANAL FUND. 



(Section 34, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



Balance In former appropriation. 
Appropriation for 1903 and 1901. .. 

Total 



12.850 86 
5.000 00 

17,850 86 



Counties. 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Adair 

Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton 

Bates 

Benton 

Bollinger 

Boone 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Oaldwell 

Callaway 

Camden 

Cape Girardeau 

Carroll 

Carter 

Cass 

Cedar 

Charlton 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole 

C(X)per 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 

Dent 

Douglas 

Dunklin 

Franklin 

Gasconade 

Gentry- 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harilson 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jenerson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette 

Lawrence 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Linn 

McDonald 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi 

Moniteau 



C. C. Schmidt, 
.r. M. Anderson, 
W. H. Turner, 
O. P. Oliver. 
Jno. W. Rex. 
W. T. Johnson, 
Jas. F. Davis 
J. V. Sllnkard, 
J. M. Batter ton, 
N. D. Goff, 
A. W. Davidson, 
W. B. White, 
J. B. Sharp, 
J. S. McCrory, 
Chas. E. Williams, 
Thos. A. Orr. 
Geo. W. Galbraith, 
L. R. Twyman, 



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Geo. W. Roeper, •' 

J. S. Sloan, 



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J. H. Walker. 
Theo. Overman, 
Walter Reed, 
Geo. T. Carter. 
W. H. Davis, 
Walter Owensby, 



treasurer. 

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Geo. T. Brown, 
Thos. .T. Honey, 
R. M. Roper, 
N. F. Kelley, 



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John T. Brooks, 
Jno. L. Carson, 

E. M. Crawford, 
A.N. Cave, 

S. M. Coale, 
J. E. Morton, 
L. I. Moore, 
H. A. Norris, 

F. M. Kellett, 
J. N. Lewis, 
O. e. Gentry, 
Carey J. Smith, 
H. R. Lloyd, 
H. H. Russell, 
Jas. R. Purdy, 
Chas. E. Windsor, 
W. H. Edwards. 
J. B. Moore, 

J. A. West, 
Jno. T. Henry, 
J. E. Hartzler, 
Albert York, 
Oscar Sandusky 
Jesse Skaggs, 
Robt. S. Hilton, 



treasurer. 
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J. E. Kallenbach, 
O. N. Davis, 
Jno,- T. Allen, 



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issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



113 86 
43 86 
43 86 



43 86 



4d 8(S 



43 86 



43 86 
43 86 
43 86 



43 86 
43 86 
43 86 



43 66 
43 86 
43 88 
43 86 



43 86 
46 86 



43 86 
43 86 



4") 86 
43 86 



43 86 



43 86 
43 S6 
43 86 



43 86 



43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 



43 86 
43 86 



$15 37 
35 37 
35 »7 
35 87 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 

35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 87 
35 37 
85 37 
35 37 

35 37 
35 37 



36 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35!{7 
85 37 



85 37 
35 37 
35 87 

35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 37 
35 87 

35 37 
35 37 

85 87 
85 87 
35 37 
35 87 
85 37 
35 37 
85 87 
35 37 

85 37 



35 87 
85 3/ 



BALANCE SUEETS. 



277 



ROAD AND CANAL FUND-Contlnued. 



Oountles. 


Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 

,igo3. 


Warrants 

issued In 

1904. 


Monroe 


Wm. H. Meteer. treasurer 




$35 37 


Montgomery . . . 

Morgan 

New M adrid . . . 


J no. G. Rodgers, * 

G. M. Hargett, 

L. B. Watfien. ' 

U. 8. Anderson, ' 

Ben. F. Litts, ' 

J. Cal. Taylor, * 

L.J. Philbert. 

Marion H ask ins, * 

T. H. Patterson. ' 

Chas. Lltsch, * 

Clemens Uonkomp, ' 

Grand ville Allen, * 

F. M. Mackey, 

Nona J. Elley, • 

0. J. Egbert. ^ * 

John L. Mitchell, ' 

R. Timmons, * 

J. Phil. Briscoe, * 

W. J. Moffltt, 

Geo. E. Hamilton, ' 

Jas. A. Brown. * 

W. 0. S. Lackey. 

H. W. Konstelner, ' 

0. L. Housley, * 

3. J. Hensley, * 

Louis Nauman, ' 

Philip Duesser, ' 

J. W. Winning. 

J. U. Watkins, * 

Martin Miller, 

W. H. H. Huston, * 

S. 0. Jenkins, ' 

J. M. Pickett, 

A. T. Jolly, • 

W. M. Langley, 

W. J. Matkin, 






35 37 


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$«3 86 

43 36 


35 37 
35 87 


N e wton 




dH 37 


Nodaway 

Oregon 

Osage 

Ozark 

PemisGOt 




43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 8G 
43 86 


35 37 




35 37 


* % 


85 87 


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Perrv 




35 37 


Pettis 




35 37 


Phelps 

Pike 

Platto 




43 86 
43 86 


35 37 




35 37 
86 37 


Polk 






35 37 


Pulaski 

Putnam 




43 86 


35 37 
35 37 


Balls 






35 37 


Randolph 

Ray 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St. Oharles 




43 86 
43 86 
43 86 


35 37 




35 37 




35 37 




43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 


35 37 


St. Clair 






St. Francois.... 




35 37 


Ste.Genevieye.. 






St. Louis 




35 37 


Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 




43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 
43 86 


35 37 
85 37 




35 37 


Scott 






Shannon 




35 37 


Shelby 




35 37 


Stoddard 




35 37 


Stone 






Sullivan 




35 37 










Texas 

Vernon 


D. R. Young, 
J. M. Palmer, ' 
Ewd. Bockharst, ' 
J. B. Boyer, ' 
W. P. Ballinger, 
Geo. W. Elmore, * 
A. J. Anderson, ' 
Luther Ellis. ' 




43 86 


36 37 
35 38 


Warren 






35 38 


Washington 

Wavne 




43 86 
43 S5 

43 85 

43 85 
43 85 


35 38 




35 38 


Webster 




35 38 


Worth 

Wright 




35 38 
35 38 








Totals .... 


12,850 88 


$3,148 00 











278 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COUNTY FOREIGN INSURANCE TAX FUND. 

(Section 1, pago 83. Laws 1903) 



Appropriation for 190j and 1904. 



Oountics. 



Adair 

Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton 

Bates 

Benton 

Bollinger 

Boone 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Caldwell 

Oallaway 

Camden 

Cape Girardeau 

Carroll 

Carter 

Cass 

Cedar 

Charlton 

Christian 

Clarlc 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole 

Cooper 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 

Dent 

Douelas 

Dunklin 

Franklin 

Gasconade .... 

Gentry 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harrison 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

.Tackson 

Jasper 

Jeflferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette 

Lawrence . . 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Livingston .... 

McDonald 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi .... 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery.. . 

Morgan 

New Madrid... 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



James A. Crow, treasurer. 

O. C. Schmidt, 

Jno. M. Anderson, 

W. U. Turner, 

O. P. Murphy, 

Jno. W. Rex, 

W. T. Johnson, 

J as. F. Davis. 

J. V. Sllnkard, 

J. M. Batterton, 

N. D. Goff, 

A.. W. Davidson, 

W. B. White. 

.Joe B. Sharp, 

,J. S. McCrory, 

C. R. Williams. 

Thomas Orr, 

Geo. W. Oalbralth, 

Luther B. Twyman. 

Henry E. Agee. 

E. W. Herring. 

Geo. W. Roper, 

Joe S. Sloan, 

.J. H. Hymer, 

James H. Walker, 

Theo. Overman, 

Wnlter Reed, 

Goo. F. Carter, 

11. M. Davis, 

Walter Owensby, 

Maro Thomas, 

Geo. F. Brown, 

Thus. J. Honey, 

R. M. Roper, 

J. E. Rice, 

Edward Munch, 

Aug. Begeman, Jr., 

Jno. T. Brooks, 

.Jno. L. Carson. 

E. M. Crawford, 
Alfred N. Cave, 
Stephen M. (^oale, 
J. Ellis Morton, 
Lewis I. Moore, 
II. A. Norrls, 

F. M. Kollett, 
.J. N. Lewis, 
O. H. Gentry, 
Carey J. Smith, 
Hugh R. Lloyd, 
H. II. Russell, 
J as. R. Purdy, 
Chas. E. Windsor, 
W. H. Edwards, 
.J. B. Moore, 
Jos. A. West, 
Jno. T. Henry, 
.Jas. E. Hartzler, 
L. R. Merrick, 
Albert York, 
Oscar Sandusky. 
Jesse E. Skugs, 
Robert E. Hilton, 
A. T. Griffith, 
Howard R. Spencer, 
J. E. Kallenbach, 
Clarence M. Davis, 
.lohn T. Allen, 
W. M. Metier, 
John G. Rodgers, 

G. M. Uargett, 
L. B. Wathen. 



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Warrants 

Issued In 

1903. 



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$9,054 85 
1,(06 48 
1,542 66 
2,096 49 
2,74d 38 
1,887 73 
2,980 37 
1,700 03 
1,672 84 
2.761 76 

13.034 00 
1,834 93 
1,564 03 
2,337 12 
1,428 25 
2.639 23 
2,556 48 
6H2 61 
2,205 96 
1,729 26 
2.796 63 
1.873 00 

1.399 50 
1,857 98 
1,674 30 
1.893 84 

2.173 21 

1.400 52 
1,784 93 
1,521 14 
2,037 60 
1,363 21 
1,418 41 
1.910 49 
2.780 18 
3.251 09 
1,370 82 
1,958 40 
6.222 75 
1,702 21 
2,374 00 
2.720 61 
1, 107 46 
1,680 20 
1.777 31 
2.260 01 

959 83 
22.796 61 
7,468 57 
2,711 92 
2,656 78 
1,271 10 
1,792 83 
3,165 22 
2.060 16 
1.536 78 
1,805 69 
2,404 23 
2,150 87 
1.560 88 
3,117 49 

1.174 05 
1.033 58 
2.600 T^ 
1,415 01 
L760 56 
1,008 66 
1.603 24 
1,825 37 
1,612 81 
1,312 61 
1,359 36 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1901. 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



279 



COUNTY FOREIGN INSURANCE TAX FUND.-Contlnued. 



Counties. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Newton 

Nodaway 

Oregon 

Ozark, 

Pemiscot 

Perry 

Pettis 

Phelps 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Ralls 

Randolph 

Ray 

Reynolds: 

Ripley 

St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St. Francois.... 
Ste. Genevieve. 

St. Louis 

Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shannon 

Shelby 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

Webster 

Worth 

Wright 

St. Louis City.. 

Total 



U. S. Anderson, treasurer 

Ben F. Lltts, 

J. Cal Taylor. 

L. J. Philbert. 

Marlon Haskln, " 

T, H. Patterson, " 

Charles Lltsch, 

Clemens Honkomp, '* 

Grandvllle Allen, " 

Francis M. Mackey, " 

Robert Elley, 

Calvin J. Egbert, 

J. L. Mitchell, 

Rollle 'I'immons, 

John P. Briscoe, '* 

W. JoeMoffett, *• 

Geo. E. Hamilton, *' 

James A. Bowles, ** 

W. C. S. Lackey, 

H. W. Kanstelner, 

Oscar L. Bousley, '* 

S. J.Hensley. 

Louis Nauman, *' 

Philip Dueser, 

.John W. Winning, " 

James H. Watklns, ** 

Martin Miller, 

W. H. H. Hutson. 

S. C. Jenkins, *' 

James M. Pickett, '* 

AbramT. Jolly, '* 

Wm. B. Langley, 

W. J. Matken, 

John W. Powell, 

n. R. Young, 

Jesse M. Palmer, *' 

Edward Brock horst, *' 

.TohnB. Boyer, ** 

W. P. Balllnger, 

Ueorge W. Elmore, •*. 

A.J. Anderson, *' 

Luther Ellis. 

J. M. Franclscus, '* 



Warrants 


Warrants 


Issued In 


issued In 


1903. 


1904. 


S3.91S 34 




3.217 60 




1,587 61 




1,687 28 




1,401 65 




1,300 09 




1.620 42 




.S,275 67 




1,562 69 




2,359 39 




1,520 04 


• 


2,456 67 




1.191 10 




1,709 88 




1,161 82 




2.842 04 




2,440 38 




919 28 




1.594 71 




2.446 52 




1.881 43 




2,628 89 




1,158 42 




4,873 85 




3,413 26 




1,100 32 




1,248 90 




1.494 36 




1.171 18 




1.580 90 




2,864 .33 




1.066 19 




2.019 82 




1,137 48 




2,421 33 




3,157 98 




1.016 75 




1.505 12 




1,707 09 




1,866 09 




1,005 03 




2,019 .36 




51.087 35 




$312, 157 31 





STATE BANK INSPECTION FUND. 

(Section 37, page 8, Laws 1903.) 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



American Express Co 

BlggB, Geo. D., examiner 

Bunce, 0. T., examiner 

Cook, Sam B., special examiner 

Carstarphen, Q«>. B., special examiner. 

Johnson, O. T., clerk 

Lee, John A., clerical work 

Reed, W. H., examiner 

Pacific Express Co 

Selbert, D. B., examiner 

Tribune Printing Co., prlntingr 

Thomas Law Book Co., book 

Vo^, B. Z., map 

Wagner, W. W.. postage 

Western Union Telegraph Co 



Totals. 



I 



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Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



J 3, 109 75 

3,398 83 

358 05 

295 86 



95 85 

3,058 75 

39 30 

3,342 65 

535 64 

3 50 



249 00 
5 65 



$14,487 83 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 | $34,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



$1 91 

3,275 65 

2.989 12 

362 35 

681 86 

125 00 

95 84 

3.032 67 

3,326 29 
138 79 

1 00 

297 00 

n 15 



$14,338 63 



28o 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BUILDING AND LOAN SUPERVISION FUND. 

(Section 36, pa^e 8. Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



116,000 GO 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Capital Telephone Co 

Dunlop, J. D., stenographer 

Hickman, L. A., supervisor 

Lane, C. B., janitor 

Middleton & McBride, printing report. 

Pacific Express Co 

Robinson, Geo. P., postage 

Tribune Ptg. Co., blanks 

Wagrner, W. W., postage 

Warrensburg Star, printing report 

Watklns, W. L., examiner 



Totals 



$6 00 

900 00 

2.000 00 

ISO 00 

225 00 

30 

20 00 

40 75 

30 00 



184 60 



$3,586 65 



$900 00 
2,000 00 

183 00 



7 00 

46 56 

230 00 



$3,366 50 



FACTORY INSPFXTION FUND. 

(Section 54, page 10, I^aws 19(3.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 190*. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Armstrong, R. A., assistant 

Branch, A., assistant 

Buchart, Joseph, assistant 

Cunningham, B. P., assistant... 

Davis, Mary, stenographer 

Federer, Anna, stenographer 

llesburg, Anna, stenographer... 

Moyers, J. L., assistant 

Nordmeyer. C. J., inspector 

Sweenpy, D. P., assistant 

Schmidt, Bertha, stenographer. 
Schmklt. Carrie, stenographer... 

Scholl, B., assistant 

Thels, LIIUp. stenographer 

Wheeling, W. A., assistant 



Totals. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$16,000 00 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



$947 68 



J 



1,214 00 



18 33 

207 70 

16 50 



3,115 25 

509 76 

26 00 

260 65 



260 25 
1,233 20 



$431 44 

15 00 

407 40 

200 00 

300 00 



473 45 
2,867 12 



480 00 
619 55 

818 15 



$7,798 82 I $6,612 11 



STATE INTEREST FUND. 

(Section 1, pa^e 13, Laws 1903.) 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



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Warrants 
Issued in 

1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



Dockery, A. M., president of fund commissioners. 



$2,840 83 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



281 



STATE SINKING FUND. 

(Section 1, page 21, Laws 1908.) 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

190f. 



Dockery, A. M., president of fund commissioners. 
I^ulslana Purchase Exposition 



Totals. 



I4S7.000 00 
155,913 57 



$642,913 57 



$629,995 60 



$629,995 60 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. ONE FUND. 

(Section 14, page 34, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 f $300,000 00 



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Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Thomas, W. D., treasurer I $143,176 62 | $120,927 63 



Totals $143,176 62 



$120,927 53 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. TWO FUND. 

(Section 15, page 34, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$400,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Owens, Prank, treasurer [ $170,997 50 | $169,026 88 

Totals I $170,997 50 \ $169,026 88 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. THREE FUND. 

(Section 16, page 35, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1004 [ $250,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



George, J. L., treasurer. 
Totals 



$136,522 72 | $134,830 70 

$136,522 72 f $134,830 70 

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282 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. FOUR FUND. 

(Section 23, page 35, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



$200.000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Fleming:, W. N., treasurer f $16,322 05 ( $37,22126 



Totals $16,322 06 



$37,221 26 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND DUMB FUND. 

(Section 17, page 34, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1808 and 1904. 



$20,000 00 



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Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jamison, A. M., treasurer. 
Totals 



.1 



$7,042 35 [ $9,966 11 



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$7,042 35 [ $9,905 11 



SCHOOL FOR BLIND FUND. 

(Section 18, page 34, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904. 



Persons to whom warrants were Issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 



$3,000 00 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Jones, J. C, treasurer. 
Totals 



$126 60 



$84 65 



$126 60 



$84 65 



MISSOURI TRAINING SCHOOL FOR BOYS' FUND. 

(Section 19, page 35, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 | $150,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued, 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Johnson, W. F., treasurer. 
Totals 



I $49,553 72 1 $49.676 95 

I 1 

I $49.653 72 1 $49,676 95 

I I 



BALANCE SUGETS. 



283 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS' FUND. 

(Section 20, page 35, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 




$50,000 00 


Persons to whom warrants were issued. 


Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 


Brown. Tinsley. treasurer 


r.eo9 6o 1 

$7.609 60 r 


$9,210 40 
$9,210 40 


Totals 







COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED FUND. 

(Section 22, pa^e 36, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 , .....[ $100,000 00 



I 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
Issued m 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued In 

1904. 



Huston, J. P., treasurer \ $2,00185 1 $8,602 45 



Totals 



$2,001 85 I $3,602 46 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME FUND. 

(Section 23b, page 36, Laws 1903.) 



AnnroDrlation for 1903 and 1904 1 


$50,000 00 






Persons to wtiom warrants were Issued. 


Warrants 
issued in 
1903. 


Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 


Vogrel, Chas. F., treasurer 


$9,980 66 


$16,439 22 




Totals 


$9,980 66 


$16,439 22 





EARNINGS MISSOURI PENITENTIARY. 

(Section 21, page 35, Laws 1903.) 



Appropriation for 1903 and 1904 [ $600,000 00 



Persons to whom warrants were issued. 



Warrants 
issued in 
1908. 



Warrants 

issued in 

1904. 



Wooldrldge, F. M., warden f $254,405 02 f $269,138 71 



Totals. 



$254,405 02 $269,138 71 



284 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TABLE 

Showing the agrgregate amount of warrants issued on the several funds during 
the years of 1903 and 1904. 



Funds. 



Warrants 
Issued in 
1903. 



Warrants 

Issued in 

1904. 



State Revenue fund ♦ 

State Interest fund 

State Sinking fund 

State School moneys 

State Seminary moneys 

Insurance Department fund 

Escheat fund 

Earnings Missouri Penitentiary 

Road and Canal fund 

State Hospital No. 1 fund ; 

State Hospital No. 2 fund 

State Hospital No. 3 fund 

State Hospital No. 4 fund 

School for the Blind fund 

School for the Deaf and Dumb fund 

Training School for Boys fund 

Industrial Home for Girls fund 

Federal Soldiers Home fund ^ 

Colony for Feeble Minded fund 

County Foreign Insurance Tax fund 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Building and Loan Supervision fund 

State Fair fund 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 

Board of Osteopathy fund 

Totals '$5,496,147 47 



$2,137,267 44 


$1,871,136 29 


2,840 83 




642,913 57 


629,995 60 


1.232,598 14 


1,285,530 07 


291,057 35 


241,230 75 


18,473 63 


18,760 03 


3,357 60 


2,370 93 


254.405 02 


269.138 71 


2,850 86 


3,148 00 


143,176 62 


120.927 53 


170,997 50 


169.026 88 


136,522 72 


134,830 70 


16,322 05 


37,221 26 


126 50 


84 65 


7,042 35 


9,966 11 


49.553 72 


49,676 95 


7,609 50 


9,210 40 


9,980 66 


16.439 22 


2,001 35 


3,602 45 


312,157 31 




14,487 83 


14.338 63 


3.586 65 


3,366 50 


25,465 GO 


24,535 00 


7,798 82 


6.612 11 


3,104 43 


6.882 28 


450 02 


1,721 30 

1 



$4,929,752 35 



♦The Fund Commissioners on December 19th, transfered $3^.50 from the Sink- 
ing fund to disbursements from Revenue fund to correct clerical error which ac- 
counts for the difference between this amount and that given in the table of Revenue 
disbursements in this report. 

STATE REVENUE FUND. 

(Section 8, article 10, Constitution. Revised Statutes 1899, section 9122.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1. 1903... 



Jan. 1, 1905. 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 

receipts in 190i 

transfer from Oolored Institute fund 

transfer from Insurance Deparbmoat fund ... 

transfer from Sinking fund 

transfer from Interest fund 

By warrants issued in 1903 

warrants Issued in 1904 

transfer to School Moneys in 1903 

transfer to School Moneys in 1901 

transfer to School Interest fund 1903 

Balance 



Totals. 
To balance. 



^8,741 04 

3.183.750 15 

3,498,867 55 

158 50 

50,000 00 

325 50 

67,849 75 



17.369.602 4P 



$1,060,096 21 



18.137.967 44 
1,871,138 29 
1,045,505 54 

1,096.378 8S 

157,803 19 

1.060.096 81 



$7,308,692 49 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



285 



STATE INTEREST FUND. 

(Sections, article 10, Oon^tltutlon. section 9133. Berlsed Statates 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



To receipts in 1903 

receipts in 1904 

transfer from Revenue fnnd 

By warrants issued in 1903 

transfer to Sinking fund 1903 

transfer to Sinking fund 1904 

transfer to School Moneys 1903 

transfer to School Moneys 1904 

transfer to Seminary Moneys 1903. 

transfer to Seminary Moneys 1901. 

transfer to Revenue fund 1901 



Totals. 



1047.840 42 
424.004 e9 
157,308 19 



11,528,653 30 



12,840 83 

644.808 19 

312,995 68 

187,040 00 

187,040 00 

63.366 89 

63,211 96 

67.849 75 



11,528,653 30 



STATE SINKING FUND. 

(Section 14, article 10, Oonstltutlon, section 10446, Revised Statutes 1899.) 




Jan. 1, 1903. 



Jan. 1. 1906. 



balance. 

refunded amt. from L. P. Exposition 

transfer from State interest fund 1903 

transfer from State interest fund 1904 

refunded by Louisiana Exposition Oo. 1901. 

By warrants Issued in 190:5 

By warranto Issued in 1904 

transfer to revenue fund 

Balance 

Totals 

To balance 



1520,20138 

17 25 

644,308 19 

812,995 68 

1.390 59 



11,478,916 09 



$S05,681 41 



$642,913 57 

629,995 60 

325 50 

205,681 41 



11,478.916 03 



STATE SCHOOL FUND. 

(Section 6, article 10. Constitution, section 9919, Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



Jan. 1, 1905.., 



To balance 

receipts in 1903... 

receipts In 1904. . 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance 



Dr. 



$123 40 



60 00 



8173 40 



$173 40 



Or. 



$173 40 



$173 40 



STATE SEMINARY FUND. 

(Section 10522, Revised Statutes, 1899.) 



Date. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



Jan. 1, 1905... 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 
receipts In 1904 

Balance 

Totals 

To balance 



Dr. 



$189 11 
1,498 10 
1,573 00 



$3,280 21 



$3.260 21 



Or. 



$3,260 21 



$3,260 21 



2% 



KErORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



STATE SCHOOL MONEYS. 

(H4>cttoD 0440 Berlwd Statutes 1609. Section 1. pa^ 2S. Laws 1903.) 



liato. 



Jan. 1, 1909. 



Dr. 



Jan 1, 1905... 



To balance 

refunded by Cedar count/ , 

transfers from Revenue fund, 1903 

transfers from Htate Interest fund, 1903. 

transfers from Berenue fund, 19C4 , 

transfers from Htate Interest fund, 1904., 
refunded bj Greene county, 19U4 

By warrants Issued In 1903 

warrants Issued In 1901 , 

balance , 



1187,002 60 

111 25 

1,045,505 54 

187,040 CO 

1,096,378 82 

167,040 00 

1.200 05 



TotolS ! 12,708.428 28 



To balance. 



9188.300 C5 



Cr. 



$1,238,506 14 

1.2^5.530 07 

188,300 05 



12.708,428 26 



STATE SEMINARY MONEYS. 

Tnterimt on Hemlnary certificates and tax on inheritances. Section 302. Bevisea Statutes 1893 



Date. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



Jan 1, 1905.. 




To balance 

transfers from Interest fund, 1903 

transfers from Interest fund, 1904 

receipts from Collateral Inheritance tax, 1903.. 
receipts from Collateral Inheritance tax, 1904. 

By warrants issued in 1003 

warrants iMued in 1904 

transfer four-fifths Inheritance tax to Htate 

University in 1903 

transfer four-fifths Inheritance tax to Stat< 

University In 1904 

transfer one- fifth Inheritance tax to State 

Hchool of Mines in 1903 

trannfer one- fifth Inheritance tax to Statt 

S<-hool of Mines, In 1904 

balance 



Totals 



To balance. 



$35.5^ 99 

6:{,360 H9 

83.111 96 

142 5)4 03 

1:22.030 20 



W2rt.760 07 



935.786 98 



963,268 90 
63.111 96 

114,050 28 

07.022 32 

28.513 75 

24,407 06 
85,786 98 



0426,760 07 



STATE UNIVERSITY APPROPRIATION— INHERITANCE 

TAX. 



Date. 



Jan. 1. 1003... 



Jan. 1, 1005... 




Tobalanre ' $127,373 20 

tran.sfer from Romlnary moneys, 1903 i 114.060 28 

transfer from Seminary moneys, 1904 i 97,622 22 

By warrants Issued in 1903 i 

warrants issued in 1904 i 

balance 

Totals ' $339.045 70 

Tobalanoe I $16,333 95 



Or. 



$171,256 23 

151,456 00 

16.333 96 



$339,045 70 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



287 



STATE SCHOOL OF MINES APPROPRIATIONS— INHERIT- 
ANCE TAX. 




Jany. 1, 1903.. 



Jany. 1, 1905. 



To balance 

transfer from Seminary moneys, 190i 
transfer from Seminary moneys, 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903 

warrants Issued In 1904 

Balance 



Totals. 
To balance . . 



188. ants 

9B,&13 75 
H407 96 



fA6.M8 98 



tS.051 4» 



I56.5M a 

86,089 27 

3,05140 



IB6.SI8 96 



INSURANXE DEPARTMENT FUXI). 

(Section 7848, R. S. 1899.) 



Date 



Jany. 1,19/3. 



Jany. 1, 19C5.. 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants issued in 1P03 

warrants Issued In 19C4 

tranfer to Bevenue Fund In 1908 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance . . 



Dr. 



148,506 15 
44.728 54 
51.150 99 



$t44.6P5 08 



157.461 4S 



Cr. 



$18.473 69 
18,700 03 
50.000 00 
57.461 42 



1144,605 08 



ESCHEAT FUND. 

(Section 7382, R. S. 1899.) 



Date 



Jany. 1. 1Q03.. 



Jany. 1, 1905.. 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants Issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued In 1904. 
Balance 



Totals 
To balance . . 



Dr. 



$33.792 61 
4.496 70 
5,717 90 



$44.009 21 



$38,280 68 



Or. 



$8.857 60 

2.370 p:{ 

98.280 68 



$44,000 21 



EARNINGS OF MISSOURI PENITENTIARY. 

(Section 8882. Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Jan. 1, 1903.. 



Jan. 1, 1005. 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 

By warrants issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued in 1904 . 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance .. 



Dr. 



$81,944 96 
231.092 02 
271,460 94 



1584.487 22 



$00.048 40 



Or. 



$>54.405O3 
60.948 4» 



$684,487 »» 



288 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ROAD AND CANAL FUND. 

(Section 9401. Revised Statutes 1890.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan.l, 1903.... 



Jan.l, 1905.... 



To balance 

receipts in 1903 

receipts In 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903 

warrants Issued In 1901 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance . . 



$4,468 29 

969 65 

2.659 32 



18.097 26 



IS, 096 26 



12,850 86 
3,148 00 
2.098 40 



$8.097 86 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. i FOR INSANE FUND. 

(Section 7808. Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 




Or. 



Jan.l, 1903.... 



Jan. 1, 1905 ... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts In 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903 

warrants Issued In 1904 
B al ance 



$140 a*) 
116.066 70 
127.868 01 



Totals 

To balance 



$274,275 06 



$10,170 91 



$143,176 62 

120,927 58 

10.170 91 

$274,275 06 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 2 FOR INSANE FUND. 

(Section 7808, R. S. 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Jan. 1, 1903. 



Jan. 1, 1905. 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

recelpu In 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued In 1901. 
Balance 



111,248 27 
169, 440 49 
171,065 80 



Totals. 
To balance 



$352.3-4 56 



$l-i,330 18 



Or. 



$170,997 50 

160 026 88 

12.3.30 18 

$352,354 56 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 3 FOR INSANE FUND. 

(Section 7808» R. S. 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1. 1903. 



Jan. 1, 1905. 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants Issued In 100). 

warrants Issued In 1904. 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance 



$16,273 95 
130 068 63 
127.301 86 



$273,734 44 



$2,381 02 



$136,622 72 

134.830 70 

2.881 02 



$273,734 44 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



289 



STATE HOSPITAL NO. 4. FOR INSANE FUND. 

(Section 7808, R. S. 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts In 1904 

By warrants issued In 1903'. 

warrants issued In 1904. 
Balance 



Totals. 



116, 8«3 (» 
S7,221 26 



$53,543 41 



r6,S« OS 
97 221 M 



$53,518 31 



INDUSTRIAL HOME FOR GIRLS FUND. 

(Section 7806, Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



To receipts in 1993 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants Issued In 1903.. 

warrants Issued in 1904.. 
Balance 



Totals. 



$7.609 60 
9.310 40 



$16,819 90 



$7,609 60 
9.210 40 



$16,819 00 



FEDERAL SOLDIERS' HOME FUND. 

(Section 7803. Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts in 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903. 

warrants issued in 1904. 
Balance.. 



Totals. 



$725 68 

9,254 98 

16,439 22 



$86,410 88 



$9.080 66 
16,439 22 



$26,410 88 



COLONY FOR FEEBLE-MINDED FUND. 

(Section 7806. Revised Statutes 1809.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



To receipts in 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued In 1901. 
Balance 



Totals. 



$3,00136 
3,602 45 



$5.603 80 



$2,001 35 
8,602 45 



$6,603 80 



A-19 



290 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COUNTY FOREIGN INSURANCE TAX FUND. 

(Section 8046. BeTlsed Statutes 18W.} 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1, 1903. 



Jan. 1, 190&... 



To balance 

receipts In 19ri3 

receipts in 1901 

By warrants Issued In 1903. 
Balance 



$313,747 54 
186,706 08 
805,534 06 



Totals. 



1704,068 82 



To balance. 



$308,830 91 



$318,157 31 
882,830 91 



$704,988 82 



STATE BANK INSPECTION FUND. 

(Section 1304, Revised Statutes, 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1. 1903... 



Jan. 1. 1905... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903. 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants issued in 1903. 

warrants Issued in 1004. 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance... 



$4,778 67 
15,404 95 
13.811 60 



$33,905 42 



$5.168 63 



$14,487 83 

14,338 63 

5.168 96 



$33.995 42 



BUILDING AND LOAN SUPERVISION FUND. 

(Section 1387, Revised Statutes. 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or, 



Jan. 1, 1903. 



Jan. 1, 1903. 



To balance 

receipts In 1003 

receipts In 1904 

By warrants issued in 1903. 

warrants issued in 1004. 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance.. 



$848 21 
3, 168 41 
3.0S1 76 



$7,098 38 



$145 33 



$3.586 65 

3,366 50 

145 23 



$7.096 38 



STATE FAIR FUND. 

(Section 7424, Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1, 1903.... 



Jan. 1, 1906.... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants Issued in 1903 

warrants Issued in 1904 
Balance 



Totals. 
To balance . . 



$5.095 00 
80,370 00 
83.230 00 



$58,695 00 



18.605 00 



$25.465 00 

84.535 00 

8.606 00 



158,605 00 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



291 



SWAMP LAND INDEMXrrY FUND. 



Date. 



Dr. 



Op. 



Jan. 1, 1905.. 



To receipts in 190i. 
Balance 



. Totals. 
To balance . . 



$103 31 



$103 31 



$103 31 



$103 31 
$103 31 



FACTORY INSPECTION FUND. 



(Section 54, page 10, Laws 1903.) 




Jan. 1, 1903.... 



Jan. 1, 1905... 



To balance 

receipts In 1903 

receipts In 190i 

By warrants Issued in 1903 

warrants Issued in 1901 
Balance 

Totals 

To balance 



$347 85 
7,541 00 
6.525 00 



$14.413 85 
$2 92 



r.798 82 

6,612 11 

2 92 

$14,413 85 



SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND FUND. 



(Section 7808, Revised Statutes. 1899. ) 



Date. 



Dr. 



To receipts for 1903 

receipts for 1904 

By warrants issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued in 1904. 



Totals. 



$143 00 
68 15 



$^il 15 



Or. 



$126 50 
84 65 

$211 15 



SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB FUND. 

(Section 7808, Revised Statutes 1899.) 



Date. 



Dr. 



Jan. 1, 1903... 



To balance 

To receipts In 1903 

receipts in 1904 

By warrants issued In 1903. 

warrants Issued in 1904. 

Totals. 



$524 29 
7.108 52 
7.375 65 



$15,008 46 



Or. 



$7,042 35 
9,966 11 

$17,008 46 



7fj2 



SCt:-<,Pl OF THE STATE ALT^rrOll. 



Mir^SOL'kl TKAIMXG SCHOOL FOR BOYS FUXD. 

(Aef:t\on 7%(Ki, Berlsed 9tatates 1«J9. 



iHkUi. 



Jm, 1« I»0. 



Jftn. I, liVJS. 



Dr. 



TobalAoee I3.69039 

riiC9s\ffU Id VMM 46.706 56 

TfyOtlfftM Id IWM 54,975 56 

By warr»nU tMued In 1W13 

warraou iMued In IMI 

Balance 

Totals $106.375 56 

To balance 16,144 88 



1 



Cr. 



649.568 73 

49.679 95 

6.144 SB 



$105.3:5 56 



f>aU) 



BOARD OF HEALTH FUND. 

(Sf^ction 26, pa^e 7, Laws 1903.) 



.lany. 1, 1003.. To balance 

rocelptn in 1003 

rt*roiptNin 1901 

Ily warrantM iHNued in IPO). 

warrantH Uituud In 1904. 
Balanco 



Jany. 1, 190(>.. 



Totals 
To balance . . 



Dr. 



CB74 73 
6.475 00 
8.211 00 



614,960 73 



64,974 08 



Or. 



$3,104 43 

6.882 28 
4.974 03 



614,960 73 



Date 



Juny. 1, 1905.. 



]K)ARD OF OSTEOPATHY FUND. 

(Paire 248, Laws 1903.) 



To rood pt« In 1903 

nn'olpUln 1904 

Ily witrruritH Usued In 190 1. 

warrantH iMHued In 19(>4. 
Balance 



Totals 
To balanro.. 



Dr. 



6570 00 
2.110 00 



r!,710 00 



6538 68 



Or. 



6450 02 

1,721 30 

538 68 



$3,710 00 



Date 



Jany. 1, 1003.. 



Jany.l, 1905. 



GENERAL BALANCE. 




To balanco I $1,998,402 71 



rtHU't plain m>a 

w^tvluts in 1W4 

By warrants issutHi tu IMU 

warrants i&suod in 1901 
Balance 



5,331, 5;« 29 < 
5.213.530 46 



Or. 



$5,496,147 47 
4.929,752 35 
2,116.563 64 



Totals $12,542,463 4J $12,542,463 46 

To bahinoc I $2,116,563 64 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



293 



LIST OF BALANCES. 



In the several funds constituting the general balances In the treasury December 31, 1904, 

after payment of warrants. 



Funds. 



Dr. 



State Revenue fund 

State Interest fund 

State Sinking fund 

State Seminary fund . 

State School fund 

State School moneys 

State Seminary moneys 

Insurance Department fund 

Escheat fund 

Earnings Missouri Penitentiary 

Swamp Land Indemnity fund 

Road and Oanal fund 

State Hospital No. 1 fund 

No. 2 '* ....> 

No. a " 

N0.4 " 

School for Blind fund 

School for Deaf and Damb fund 

Training School for Boys fund , 

Industrial Home for Girls fund 

Federal Soldiers' Home fund 

Oounty Foreign Insurance Tax fund. 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Building and Loan fund 

State Fair fund 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 

Board of Osteopathy fund 

Oolony of Feeble-Mmded fund 



1 1 



(» 



Total. 



$1,000,096 21 

206,681 41 

3,260 21 

173 40 

188.800 05 

56,172 42 

67.461 42 

38.280 68 

60.943 49 

t. 713 24 

2,098 40 

10.170 91 

12,330 18 

2.381 02 



6,144 88 



303,830 01 


6,168 96 


145 28 


8.605 00 


292 


4.974 08 


638 68 


22,116,563 64 



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3o6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ESCHEATS FUND. 

Statement showinsr the amounts In the Sscheats fund to the credit of the heirs 
of the following named persons December 31, 1904: 



Heirs of Amount. 

Allard, John B Jioo 00 

Arnold, Henry L 20 00 

Adams, Joshua 14 59 

Alg-us, Oral S 66 14 

Alien, Wm. R 23 06 

Aldrldge, Win '. 223 80 

Allen, Marshall 35 62 

Arnson, Iloda . 200 93 

Allen, Wm 22 79 

Acton, Harrison 171 47 

Amaclc, David 64 50 

Ashmone, Ur.bocca H 3 10 

Athey Wm. J 52 00 

Arnold, James 5 00 

Ash, Naomi 40 29 

Adams, Karnie 3S 00 

Alldre, elementary 15 00 

Airhart, M a >n3 

Andr<^W8, Jno. H 58 55 

Alexander, MoUie 48 85 

Arnold ^'s. Arncid 13 58 

Ames. Milton 15 00 

Brady, Liuclnda ". 10 90 

Bennett, Walter N 75 00 

Bentley, Thomas 288 60 

Bartlow, Klijah 41 79 

Buckholly, George 10100 

Boardman, Nathan 1 12 15 

Bectler, John G 26 37 

Bell, James G 202 00 

Burris, David 15 00 

Bremain, Francis 52 39 

Bass, Christopher F 17 27 

Barton, Elial 68 39 

Bills, Jonathan 59 74 

Beatley, Thomas 4 07 

Buider, John H 476 28 

Bouguior, Nicholas 263 52 

Boschen, Claus 36 00 

Bartoiine, Nicholas lO 00 

Boy len, John 78 23 

Brickley, Wm lo 12 

Brandt, Chns. D 69 04 

Bruffer, Mary 32 00 

Busch, G. B 108 30 

Busch, Robt. H 26 58 

Barnard, John 138 00 

Bond, Anna 62 00 

Bacon, Wm 168 20 

Bollinger, Isaac 85 70 

Bennecke, F 19 02 

Block, Philip 42 84 

Berkenbinc, Lucille 24 62 

Beck, Louis 39 23 

Behrens, Fred 103 00 

Blair, Wm 100 00 

Bruch, T. B., shorlff 85 85 

Brewker, Elizabeth 10 00 

Baldwin, W. R., sht?riff 35 75 

Buckley, P. H., sheriff 33 14 

Boult, Emeline 48 00 

Bain, Thos 4 00 

Best. W. H 711 

Brinkhaus, Henry 3 00 

Baker, Susan 5 00 

Bocne, Amanda 27 74 

Broeker, Bernard i 00 

Bagley, John 323 55 

Berry, E 60 30 

Boyce, Sarah J 14 82 

Benton vs. Wood 6 28 



Heirs of Amount. 

Buxton, John $10 G9 

Brown, A 18 42 

Buckley, Michael 106 40 

Br< • wn, Thomas 832 85 

Bird, Wiley 86 72 

Busch, Jacob 12 00 

•Bennett, Mina 36 21 

Burris, John 5 00 

Burke, Thomas 6 99 

Blow, Taylor 2 40 

Bradley, Benj 6t) UU 

Barnett, Mary .. 73 6) 

Beckneuse, Conrad 8190 

Bucher, Casper 100 00 

Bowles, Stephen 10 00 

Bond, Mary F 88 71 

Bender, John 8 51 

Burrus, Nancy 40 23 

Boles, Mary 10 Ou 

Barnum, Thoma-s J 80 89 

Barnett, Chas. E 829 41 

Bufrl. ChrisUan 20 90 

Beatty, James o 00 

Barnable, Patrick 25 00 

Bruce, James 8 56 

Bouzcr, George 274 30 

Baldridge, M 40 00 

Boone, Nathan 91 17 

Bell, Mary D 400 

Brown, Samuel 25 10 

Bence, Rachel 30 13 

Burke, Michael 52 89 

Berry, G. W 17 50 

Bolden, Moses 1 00 

Baker, Margaret 6 15 

Beardsley, Charles 99 68 

Bueter, Mary 27 93 

Best, Carrie 20 44 

Barnes, Tilman 13 95 

Buckley, James 49 63 

Boyle, Owen 64 99 

Brand, J. W 96 63 

Boyes, OrviUo 23 27 

Brand, Nickalaus 1,000 00 

Belden, Harriet 43 00 

Bergdorff, E 20 20 

Branson, Laura Belle 2 00 

Burnham, Joel 48 25 

Eaecker, Hermann 158 t>0 

Bradshaw, Wm 22 46 

Ballingcr, Theodore 110 74 

Bernhardt, Bernhadt 84 86 

Brooks, James D 12 37 

Boucher, Joshua 6 00 

Burk, Daniel 1100 

Buggy, Wm 3 00 

Brady, Michael 455 62 

Brueggemann, Elizabeth 2 00 

Barrlnger, Daniel 7 80 

Brown, Elizabeth ...; 100 

Brown, H. T 300 05 

Bradshaw, Wm 958 76 

Bermann, G. H 192 53 

Braun, Louis 42 92 

Bolger, John 1 00 

Brashear, .John 41 46 

Brooks, Newton 8 00 

Byrne, Michael 54 9SS 

Brooks, Wm 37 88 

Bass, Iiavid 42 00 

Barrett, R 16 10 



BAIJVNCE SHEETS. 



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ESCHEATS FUND-Contlnued. 



Hein) of Amount. 

Bender, Dora $1 00 

Bauer, Kunlgur.da 1 00 

Bedford. John 377 00 

Burgess, Dorris 5 19 

Bosch, Ai-thur 206 14 

Brewen, Wm 5 00 

Berry, J. T 5 00 

Buente, George 6 00 

Bufflngton, E. T 3 69 

Burns, Thumas 170 64 

Bai-nes, B. A 100 

Crong, George 6 43 

Cook, Richaid ^63 

Colcmar., Ann 3 12 

Campbell, Alice 32 00 

Clossin, 1013 

Cox, Samuel 30 19 

Can*, I'Yancls lo2 87 

Crockett, Matthew 92 80 

Chene, Christopher F 84 88 

Cornng, James 150 04 

Cannaher, Matthew 60 08 

Curtis, Lucinda 40 28 

Craft, Louisa 4 00 

Cox, John D 1,178 74 

Crowley, Micheal 80 94 

Clark, John 1 300 

Coffee vs. Coffee, part sale 486 53 

Conrad. Thos. B 10 29 

Caldwell, James 52 30 

Carroll, Wm., et al 32 

Chrisman. Gabriel 266 42 

Couts, Jesse 42 96 

Carson, Susannah 57 44 

Chapman, David 275 49 

Cronan, John 70 71 

Casey, Annie 259 63 

Cook, William 57 14 

Copelan, A. M 30 00 

Campbell. James 9 20 

Cook, Nathaniel 610 91 

Chalfant, P. G.. 142 98 

Canterberry, John 20 25 

Clawer, Christ 1100 

Calvert, Leonard 128 67 

Cook, James 21 43 

Carter, Gideon 7 35 

Conslo, Jerry 343 V 7 

Cplley, G. L 74 ;«i 

Corbett, John 195 90 

Cooper, H. A 35 53 

Childress, E 143 70 

Catlln, Evangeline 4 j^ 

Carlisle, V/m 122 63 

Chrisman, Vina » 117 47 

Crustsinger, George 28 60 

Cox, Samuel 5 00 

Chambers, Ncwlon 30 00 

Campbell, Russell 100 00 

Crossln, Bernard 46 30 

Clapper, Martha and Connell, 

James M 24 80 

Carpenter, Abigail 9 94 

Carter, Sarah A 200 

Carter, Joseph 47 88 

Chapman, Elisha A 9 00 

Coffey. Thomas 229 16 

Couran, Mary J 89 48 

Carter, Catherine A 10 00 

Catanoe, John 968 9S 

Cox. James A 163 59 

Crews, Nathan C 55 7b 

Crenshaw, R. A. W 32 70 

Cobb, Wm 2166 

Cunl't, Ann 126 00 

Clawson. Millie Ann 17 50 

Carter, Sarah 80 60 

Cooper, Louisa 42 13 

Carter, Merrill 20 80 



Heirs of Ajnount. 

Colbem, Jane $200 00 

Curran, Wm 100 

Connell, James l43 85 

Cason, M. P 84 13 

Chandler, Chas. F 130 

Cavanau^, Delia 35/0 

Collier, Leonard SI 54 

Conner, Sarah 55 60 

Clark, G. W 150 

Coak, Elijah 15 00 

Coles, Ames 46 37 

Campbell,- J. R 6:i t)0 

Connor, R. P 128 53 

Carter, O. R 33 72 

Chlnn. C. H 12 80 

Creed, Martha 77 61 

Dannlels, Clarissa 50 52 

Davis, R. S 3140 

Dohlhoff, Karl 9 50 

Divlnla, Sam'l 64 25 

Dumm, W. W 112 72 

Diggs, Aaron 34 61 

Drysdale, S. H.. sheriff, 96 27 

Davis vs. Latta 21 iiO 

Dickson, Chas. W 6 4o 

Dowling, Larry 170 46 

Donahay, James 19 00 

Dillingham, John 32 19 

Deilsie, Joseph 42 70 

Dikcrman, Allen 96 00 

Deichert, Peter 6 71 

Dish, Peter 10 00 

Dungan, John 146 00 

Dave, Jr., Wm 63 32 

Dent, John 34 » 

Dcclalr, Joseph 18 40 

Doherty, Wm 68 80 

Duncan, Oliver 8 50 

Dickinson, Adam 90 94 

Doyle, J „g42 

Dixon, Ennis 268 00 

Dillon, John 30 26 

Donovan, Michtu'l 1,258 60 

Davidson, Alfred 40 95 

Dunboy, John 72 98 

Dunn, Archibald 17 55 

Drees, Theodore 16 82 

Diek, August 179 85 

Duncan. Wm 55 04 

Dierberger, Leo 10" 

Dailey, Owen 46 jB 

Dinsmore, Samuel K 5 00 

Dlerterman, Jacob 88 28 

Dcak, H. D 7 00 

Day, L. 6 00 

Dean, W ,100 00 

Darrac, Daniel 1,003 0b 

Daviess, Thos. E 32 70 

Duffy, May 276 53 

Drake, Mary 1 18 

Doyle, John 882 50 

Dorege, Hemiann II 3 00 

Duncan, Celia L., and Elizabeth 16 00 

Davis, Joshua 6 60 

Dowlin, Mary 373 65 

Daniels, C. B 203 50 

Davoust, Lars. A 22 4Z 

Dolan. Margaret 204 88 

Dentfeldt, F. W 6 00 

Depue, BenJ. II 14 70 

Dunn, Jane 417 86 

Dixon. Bllsha 6 00 

Dunn, Thomas 1 00 

Deland, E. F 73 21 

DeHaven, Daniel 6W 

Dawson, Martha J 2600 

Dusky, M. Y 8 00 

Dennis, Louisa 6 00 

Davis, Sam'l F 27 00 



3o8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ESCHEATS FUND-Continued. 



Heirs of Amount. 

Donahoe, Mary $1120 

Uougnerty, Mary 2 UO 

Duncan, Sarah 5 06 

Drummond. Geo 20 ^3 

Dlile, Albert « b/ 

Dameron, Mollie B 8^0 50 

Dillon, Jno. H 29 30 

Deltriok, Louis 32 13 

Duer vs. Ducr, pari sale 4G0 91 

Dorton, J. T 4 00 

Davis, Jas. A 10 00 

ICdmonds, David 42 Iti 

Kuell, John E 113 00 

Krry, Thomas 24 6o 

Eggers, licnry 40 84 

Kiliott, VV. D l;J4 21 

Evans, Jeremiah 73 87 

Eslinger. Christian 136 99 

E.ms, Richard 210 00 

Eller, SSusMU lb 44 

Eaton, Daniel M 15 16 

English, Totty 8 K> 

Elliott, Chas 20U 23 

Elliott, Henry 1U2 00 

Edwards, B. F 23 66 

Endy, Baml 243 94 

English, James 58 76 

Elmore, VVm. C 3 00 

Evans, A. \V 100 

Eaes, John B 40 00 

Ervin, Joslah 120 

Estes, Humphrey 1 00 

Eichmann, Margaret 17 37 

Eldson, Walker 16 15 

Eprlght, Geo 30 00 

Fitzslmmons, Bernard 442 95 

Funer, Harvier 86 &o 

Felkins, MarUn 20 00 

Frick, John 39 65 

l-'arrls, Sarah 18 80 

Ferris, Antoino 168 64 

FarrlB, Andrew J 1240 

Faulkner, J:)avld 28 77 

Fleener, Nicholas 11 8o 

Fisher, James 17 33 

Fore, Jesse T 50 00 

Fleming, James K 39 27 

Ford, Jas. A 259 76 

Freshhour. W. S 595 26 

Foster, Mary B 35 56 

Force, Wm. E 3 00 

Fey, Cecilia 79 32 

Franklin, John K 22 80 

Field, Cynthia 2100 

Farrell, James 87 V8 

Farrls, Mary 62 00 

Fuchs, lieinrichs Rudolph 72 76 

Faucett, James 24 85 

Finke, Susannah 2,034 04 

Farnsworth, Josephine 10 

Fiidmann, a. w 39 09 

Flynn, Margaret 39 72 

Felix, Susannah 2 00 

FInnerty. Fetor 187 65 

Finnagan, Mlcnael 134 22 

Foster, Jane D 2 84 

Fairbridge, Elenor 2 00 

Flelner, George 5 00 

Farmlngton, Jno 90 72 

Frcdwald, Jos 4 1/ 

Grothans. Theresa 5 00 

Green vs. Thos. Green 128 98 

Goode, W. D 126 42 

Gallaher, James 153 &3 

Gallihan, James 1 20191 

Grimn, Wapoleon B. W 32 57 

Grant, John 180 00 

Goidden, John 14 uo 



Heirs cf Amount. 

Gelger, Lorentz J4 00 

Glllls, Daniel 9 65 

Glaucht, Jacob 38 23 

Guyenet, Celeste 180 00 

Garvey, Barney 46 00 

Glasscock, Sam'l W 117 69 

Giley, Spencer 40 19 

Greason, Daniel 94 VO 

Grant, Daniel 60 94 

Garland, Jesse ^ . 3 OO 

Gamblln, Henry 15 00 

Grove, E. R 464 37 

Grebe, Fred 230 13 

Greber, Casper 327 44 

Graham, Hyman G 462 13 

Gronemeyer, Carl 84 2o 

German, Z 20 00 

Gerk, Henry 15 00 

Guckuck, Pauline 17152 

Grogan, Nelson 6 00 

Goodwin, James 5 00 

Geiss, George 92 00 

Gieie, Elizabeth 15 39 

Grant, Anna 178 oO 

Goetz, John 10 00 

Gautler, Rosalie 100 

Gray, Ann 18 65 

Gabard, Mary C 4 00 

Gaven, Michael 70 2Z 

Gladney. James E 23 48 

Gamble, Sophia 1 00 

Golay, Francis 8 13 

Glynn, James 50 00 

Guthrie, A. C 39 39 

Goslln, Sylve.ster F 140 

Gordon, Caroline 11 25 

Garner, C. T 1,286 96 

Green, J amts 9 19 

Gish, George 30 00 

Griessen, Bartholamrw 10 23 

Gaflelt, Anna 19112 

Garner, E. and E 136 30 

Gibbons, John 4 38 

Grubcr, Christian, Est 624 19 

Gullck, R. B 13 21 

Huetman, T. A 7 00 

Henson, Wm 53 93 

Hanley, Thomas 114 96 

Halns. E. H 6 00 

Harrison, J. L. 3 00 

Hancock, J. D 6 45 

Hurd, Octavia 30 00 

Home Mutual Saving Ass'n 61 45 

Hugcs, Catherine 6 00 

nines, Joseph B 612 80 

Hull vs. Bristoe, part sale 17 85 

Hastings, Redman , 32® 

Hildcrbrand, Isaac 16 00 

Henry, Malcolm 20 00 

Hale, Wm 227 50 

Humphreys, James 120 80 

Hopkins, W. C 69 03 

Hopewood, John 58 13 

Hahh, Joseph 1134 

Kerry, James 38 32 

Horing, John H 16 30 

Hambrock, Henry 14 80 

Hogan, John 3 19 

Hannigan, Anthony ....: 30 67 

Hueckey, Wenslaus 16 00 

Heintz, Fritz 86 94 

Heinrlchs, Catherin 80 30 

Harris, John L. 24 07 

Harvey, Sarah G " 19 21 

Hathcher, Harrison 7 05 

Hettinger, Leonard 68 38 

Hardin, George 106 13 

Hayden, James 23 36 



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ESCHEATS PUND-Contlnued. 



Heirs of Amount. 

Hall, John $16 90 

Hill, Washington '56 77 

Hays, Ellen 15 43 

Hempel, Wm 7 94 

Halcomb, Bsirney 6 46 

lliirtraan, Margaretta 58 44 

Hcittl, H 382 65 

I loover, A ". 14 80 

Humphreys, Sarah 7 36 

Hoops, John ^ 5 00 

Hatly, Maltilda 31 00 

Hartman, P. K 76 31 

Hall, Luoinda 64 50 

HIcklln, James 10 00 

Hanna, Sallle P •>4 SO 

ITerndon, George 20 49 

Hoover, Thomas 13 93 

Harold, Leonard 29 00 

Hardin, Sarah 87 38 

Hammer, Chas 4 50 

Hanon, Michael 423 79 

Hurlburt, Theresa 7 25 

Hall. Noland & Co 16 15 

Hassett, Gerold 47 70 

Howe, Margaret 42 65 

Holderman, Henry 6 00 

Huenberg, Ernest 237 50 

liawlJns, H. M 8 00 

Hoinrlch, John 9 4>? 

Henderson. Elizabeth 9171 

Hook. Polly Ann 10 2o 

Huff, Richard 114 00 

Heinrlchs, Charlps 33 30 

Hibber et al.vs. Speers. part sale 91 86 

Houffhan, Sophia 323 34 

Haurion, John P 10 00 

Haurion, Agnes 100 

Helnrichs, Charles 53 92 

Hall. Jacob 133 25 

Heldbreder, Louis 1 00 

Huffaker, Joseph A 10 00 

Hayres, Jane 224 30 

Harris, Wm. H 36 6^ 

Hayden, James 44 20 

Hanes, Emily 24 96 

Hurst, Helena . / 48 32 

Hinck, Henry 137 60 

Horbeck. John 18 00 

Hays, Rebecca 45 75 

Huttlg, Josephine M 30 00 

Hull. David 85 

Hardwick, Albert 34 25 

Howard, Geo. M 22 50 

Higgins, Michael 3 40 

Hyde, John 10 00 

Harding, E. H 87 31 

Hugunin, Suzanne 1 00 

Haying, Bernard 5 00 

Hurt, M. M 50 00 

Tffim, James 4 00 

Hauser, J. W 6 07 

Holden, N. B 292 24 

Hunter, Elizabeth 74 24 

HunistOD, Jno. M 10 00 

Hughes, Jamos 3 00 

Hefter, Amelia 100 

Hank. WiHiam 286 17 

Hulgan, Wm. and Etta 55 98 

Hilder, F. F. & Co., et al as- 
signment 102 68 

Hess, Fred 92 59 

Hoitzman. H. W 97 S9 

Idcoker, Henry 23 65 

Irwin, Charles 6 00 

Isbell, George 6 00 

Job, John 25 00 

Johnson. Gideon 64 92 

Joslin, Edward 100 



Heirs of Amount. 

Jackson, R. W $18 37 

Johnson, Rich et al [ 2 83 

Jump, J. H., et al ' 399 80 

Jackson, Caleb 10 00 

Johnson, James M 8 34 

Janis, Margaret 43 53 

Jadelot, Charles 25 74 

Julian, Sarah 354 

Julian, Stephen 18 26 

Johnson, John Page 40 00 

Johnson, Ole 27 74 

Johnson, James 30 00 

Jordan, James 564 31 

Johnson, Elvira 30 98 

Jackson, Wm. • 200 33 

Johnson, Dora 6 25 

Jasper, Simeon 2 00 

James, Jennie 8 00 

Johnston, Henry 10 00 

James, Louisa 7 "oo 

Junk, Hermann 1 oO 

Jaeger, Anna 1 oo 

Jackson, John M 124 00 

Johnson, Wm 486 

Janzar, Anna 5 oo 

Jones, John I> 90 00 

Johnson, Amy 10 00 

Jacobs, F 7 65 

Johnson, Martha 3 00 

Jones, Robt.. part sale 6 86 

Jones, W. B 130 

Johnson, W. B., Rec. Est 83' 02 

Jacobs, Joel 10 00 

Kroft. Caroline 3 oO 

Klotz, J. H 10 00* 

Kraus, K 1 oO 

KIrett, J. H 5 00 

Kellogg, Wm. C 6 38 

Kemper. Henry 268 14 

Kelphold. Charles 233 00 

Kisker, Frederick 75 00 

Kuhnent. Edward 200 00 

Klley, Roger 17 41 

Knaust, I-raurent 47 70 

KIrcher, Felix 8 30 

Kreuse, Wm 46 01 

Kagle, James 4180 

Kartner, Jacob 57 39 

Killingsworth, Reuben 15 57 

Keiths. Edward 20 50 

Kennel, Nicholas 9 90 

Klous, Wm 14 09 

Kenney, Owen 5 77 

Kidwell. David 5 00 

Kelly, Marararot 19 00 

Kelly, S. H 83 00 

Kane. James 17 67 

Krusch. Julius 106 00 

Koos. lA)uis C 211 84 

Kubaneck, Anthony 358 24 

Kllnlslck. Charles 300 00 

Kohlhage, Frederick 6100 

Killoren, Sarah 205 10 

Key, Wm. 36 25 

Koenlg, Margartie 136 50 

Knight, George 2 00 

Koch, Anna 56 35 

Kuda, Mike 20 00 

Kelly, Richard T 193 45 

Kramer, G. A 100 

Kelly, Michael C 48 52 

Kirker, Sadie 65 48 

Keef e, John 68 21 

Kenna, Thomas 17 43 

Keely, Mary D 10 55 

Kearnes, Thomas 72 10 

Kester. Jacob 43 75 

KIncald, Mary J 2 40 



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Heirs of Amount. 

Koldflelsh, Mary ^41 

lOilghan, Olive ax 154 37 

Kelso, W. A. M 3139 

Koith, Winifred 24 32 

Krause, August 113 09 

Kluman, Kntharinc 5 00 

Ktarcher, Jacob 3 00 

Keerlege, Richard 2,435 24 

Keyes. Louisa 4 99 

Kldwell vs. KIdwell 134 20 

Little, John 5 00 

Lusk, L. A 72 00 

Leopard, Rose 8 25 

Long, vs. Taylor et al 26 31 

Leaton. D. L 19 79 

Lohman, Jno. F 48 o5 

Llf ka, Margaret 65 o9 

Long, John P W 20 

Lancement, Jerome 169 30 

Likens, Henry 972 05 

Lemon, James ^^ xi 

Lewis, Wm 17 00 

Llijcboug-h, Catherine 30 38 

Lyons, C 14 78 

T^gan, Wm ^^5 22 

Tx)velace, D. Barton 4G0 92 

London, John ^^ ?? 

Lewis, G. W 4640 

Lee, P. H 96 85 

Lamm, W. K 55 40 

Lamm, S. B ,14 10 

Lyons, John 190 65 

Laws. Marie «5x V5 

Llghtner, James S 237 17 

Liggett, Enoch 27 60 

Linger. Elizabeth 86 00 

Lawrence, Eva ^^ Jj 

Long, John 1^ jj 

Lawler. Ann 19 34 

T^e, Charles 2? 00 

Labadle, Julia 2 00 

Lampkln, Joel » 80 

Lemley, B. M 12 05 

Lenox, Geo. W 6 00 

Lunsford, Sarah 2« 63 

Lewis, Maggie ©4 n 

Lannlgan. Lawrence 7 a 

Tester, William 10 00 

LandgrafT. Joseph ^ 

Lockett, Est J5 ^ 

Lea. W. T 15 00 

Tjorrance, Eliza 3 4o 

Life Association of Amerlcp, un- 
claimed assets Ji^ 

Lynch, James ^xl ^ 

Lust, Lucretla 97 40 

Mallowney, Stephen 234 64 

Maher, James 24fi 28 

Martin, George .oo Jo 

Moore, Samuel ^?a i? 

Moss. Hiram ^^2 Jl 

Malker, .Tohn 419 99 

Milton, Stephen 37 R5 

Molter, George 1^ JJ 

Mueller, Christian 2? 37 

Mueller, Mary 42 3R 

Maney, Thomas "^ ^9 

Mullln, Charles '^^ ^ 

Muller. P. B 1'^ 00 

Mllley, B012 

Morse, Henry 10 75 

Mock. Jacob H 93^ 

Messplay, Celeste 3fi xi) 

Murnhy, Thomns 107 46 

Medlln, Alfrey 1^ JO 

Mnrtln. Geo. W 214 00 

xTaddln, Philip ^ J2 

Moyers, Anna D 337 22 



Heirs of 



Amount. 



Morgan, August $77 16 

Mosesr T. W 26 79 

Miller, Albert 7100 

Morrison, Wm 65 92 

Marto, Dan 22 02 

Mohr. Philip ..-. 55 80 

Medders, Catherine 7187 

Marcus, Adams 277 74 

Mueller, Christian 22 61 

Moore, John 12180 

Markle, Moses 48 00 

Martin. Wm 8 50 

Meyers, John 46 00 

Mallahan, Frances 16 95 

Mueller, V 124 25 

Moran, Aurora 44 25 

Maus, Conrad 113 47 

Myer, Christina 7108 

Medley, W. H 150 

Mead, Mary 56 80 

Mason, vs. Farrls, et al. part. 

sfile 7 22 

Miller, Jas.' K............. 362 77 

Murta, Henry 88 10 

Manley, Daniel 108 96 

Matthews. James 25 06 

Muller, Frederick 100 00 

Manley, Daniel 1 61 

Maurens, Joseph 873 96 

Murphy, James 103 17 

Malouney, Mary, alios, Fannie.. 80 10 

Maus, George 38 00 

Mason, Lola I9 60 

Madison, Joshua 3 00 

Martin, John 28 03 

Moore, James E 12 22 

Mayo. H. B 12 29 

Main, Jesse '• 38 87 

Meyer, Gertrude 18 80 

Malone, James 112 08 

Murphy. Patrick 93 42 

Marshall, David C 990 

Mitchell, Michael 12 72 

Markey, Pat 8 46 

Miller, Catherine BOO 

Meyers. Sophia 1 00 

May. Palby Ann H 52 

Martin. Ann P 6 00 

Murphy. Sam'l 77 74 

Mnddox, Jame^ 8 

Moore, Lydla P 2 

Miller. S. W 1 

Murray, James 1 

Madden, James 

Manuel, James W 

Moore, Amos 

Miller. Ann 

Malcolm. Barbara S 

Moss, T. J '. 

Minor, Robt. H 

Mev, Josephine 

AfuVifee, W. H 

Mpyer, Catherine 

Miles. Jno , Est. part sale 

Mooney, .Tohn 

Marlott, Eliaq S. Est 

Marten, C. F 

MrBray, Dorothy 

McSweeney, James 

MoDoughertv, Richard 

MoClare. Elizabeth 

Mor'ioskv, Henry 

McKenna. Terrenes 

ATcFatrldgp, .Tohn 

MoT/ard, Daniel 

McCarver, Nathan 

McCormack. Michael 46 62 

McGuInn, Michael 34 25 



00 
34 
00 
00 
50 41 
200 

19 20 
172 97 

48 17 

108 20 

400 

100 

196 20 

20 24 
124 20 

68 50 

18 7fi 

14 89 
1 

63 

29 00 
250 43 
14^ *^ 

40 78 

14 23 

19 

Si 



03 
00 



26 

46 



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ESCHEATS FUND-Contlnued. 



Heirs of Amount. 

McMllUn, Elizabeth $242 00 

McNally, John 88134 

McTa^rgat, David 12 87 

McFadden, Samuel 60 00 

McGalty, Samuel 8 25 

McCaleb, John 96 45 

McHenry, Robert 29 51 

McDonouffh, Elizabeth 1, 357 04 

McCune, Ella -. 17 88 

McCready, Catherine 2118 

McCann, John 50 00 

McMahan, Patrick 3 00 

McCarthy, Patrick 215 33 

McElroy, Nancy 12 10 

McCune, John S 1 17 

McQueen, Geo. W 16 80 

McTntlre, Patrick 174 94 

McHufiTh, Ed 35 06 

McMahon, Jane 3 00 

McCabe, Michael 15 40 

McKenna, Josephine 70 56 

McKInstry, Nelson 3 57 

McCauley, Mary A 10 23 

McBreath. Elizabeth 15 00 

McKerrall, Wm 5 95" 

McCay vs. Davis 114 

McGrath. Michael 75 65 

McCrury. R. S 6 00 

McMahon. Mary 8 22 

McLaughlin, Wm 18125 

Newton, John 263 75 

Nelson, Joseph B 8192 

Nedwln. Nicholas 2 25 

Nigh, Samuel F 20 00 

Nash. John T 41 77 

Nelson, Southway 41 83 

Noetzer. Wm 406 10 

Nelly, Thomas 29 28 

Nash. "Major" 2 80 

Nicholas. John 3 00 

Norris, Mary A 52 00 

Newland, Ell 10 63 

Norton, Messer 15 6S 

Nance, Ivy » 7 25 

Nicholas vs. Furgeson 24 93 

Nicholson. R. B 6 00 

Ogrlesby. BenJ 1 00 

Owens et al. vs. Fowler 9 00 

Offner, Archibald 20 00 

Offner, Adam 6 73 

O'Leary, John 45 50 

O'Brain. Michael (» 

Offult, W^arren 24 53 

Osbom, R. R 47 00 

Owens, John B 92 64 

O'Take, Alexander 10 82 

Owen. R. B 6183 

O'Connor. Ellen 219 11 

O'Neill, Martha 32 14 

O'Meara. Elizabeth 15 84 

O'Callahan, John 3,638 16 

Ormond, .John 627 39 

Owsley, John H 50 00 

O'Connor, Wm 11 40 

O'Brien, .John 34 45 

O'Brien. Thos. W 32 77 

Gates. Thomas 3 00 

O'Brelen. .Tohn 96 84 

Owen. J. 8 6110 

O'Brien, Bridget 138 90 

Oxford, John 17 40 

Ordrung, Adam 7 50 

Osborn, Kennish 83 65 

Piatt. Hannah 18 15 

Porter vp. Pftterson et al 1S8 49 

Parker, Chrlsti'^n 65 71 

Pepperman. John 78 00 

Preston, Calvin 6 57 

Picon, Bantiste 443 75 

Parsons, Thomas 16 20 



Heirs of Amount. 

Prensch, Henry $73 93 

Parks, Margraret 19 82 

Price, Wm 264 62 

Pense, Wm 87 00 

Pollard, Wm 20 00 

Patton, Wm 104 72 

Patterson, Hulda 67 80 

Parker, Letitla 11147 

Persinger, Eliza ^.. 100 

Pugh, John 80 12 

Phelan, Stephen M 73 66 

Poindexter. Richard L 73 80 

Plaster, Wm. H 3 10 

Palsack, Adolph 26 89 

Palmer, Arthur W 211*38 

Patrick, John D 43 00 

Pool, Mary 10 40 

!'owi»rs, John ^ 100 

Propst, Elizabeth 00 

Pfeiffer, Henry 5 40 

Powell, R. W 1 no 

Preis, Fred 100 

Phelan, Richard 296 88 

Piercy, Blake a 05 

Pohlmann, Anton 51 05 

Phirman, Zachariah 235 00 

Pelrless Building and L«oan As- 
sociation 16 75 

Patter, John 86 04 

Pence, Andrew 2 50 

Patterson, Chas 14 14 

Quinlan, Daniel and Mary 7 00 

Qutnlan, Mary 10 40 

Quigley, Wilbert H 6 20 

Oiilrk, Katie 2 20 

Rice, Pleasant l 42 

Randall. A. F 36 92 

Ramsour, H. H 12 46 

Reuben, 80 86 

Rohr, Wm 240 17 

Rlckman, Henry 4 28 

Tlighord, Francis 18 99 

Repetto, Francis 21 89 

Reinhart. W. P 87 30 

Reiloy, James 6 00 

Rausberger, A 3 00 

Rector, Royal 5 06 

Rowles, Wm 15 25 

Renox, Ruf us 70 00 

Randall, Enoch 44 62 

Randol, Anthony 40 63 

Rogers. Mary A S7 25 

Romego, John 9 39 

Ranney, Thos. W... 5100 

Robertson, Sarah 13 05 

Roy, Sophia 479 42 

Roy, Roxanna 60 56 

Rin><, Jane 55 94 

Roark, John 58 79 

Peid, Anna 876 70 

Robey, Nicholas 7 00 

Rasat, F 43 S8 

Rowen, Michael 9 65 

■Roundtree. A. J 67 11 

Rogers, Edwin 47 00 

Roberts, Jacob 17 20 

R'^c-se, D. B 46 93 

Rolls, Joseph IS 27 

Rihs, Adam 75 30 

Robinson. .TamPs 7 20 

Runell, Thomas 273 01 

Rhine, Sam'l A 37 17 

Rhine, Martin 172 18 

Rpich. Jospph 250 34 

Ritrhlon. Ipnat'i's 187 19 

Robertson. R. W IS 00 

R«>id. John 100 79 

Reld. Guzllla 4 78 

ReichEird. Eliza 8183 

Rohan, Chas 258 40 



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ESCHEATS FUND-Contlnued. 



Heirs of Amount. 

Renshaw, G. S - $4 92 

Rhodes, E. D 180 82 

Robertson^ Malcolm 99 70 

Rausch, Chas 4 67 

Roberts. D. B 87 

RIchmord, Roland 6 00 

Richie, Thomas 466 39 

Rice, Nancy E 10 25 

Roblrds. Pricella 140 

Rit'hl, Edward 100 

Rattln^r, Raines 100 00 

Roller, John 83 79 

Ramsey. Jro. W 15 63 

Rohmler. M. D 98 82 

Stone, Dan'l 31 58 

Stone, Madison 2 00 

Schade. W. P., sheriff 60 00 

Seat, Henry W 5 00 

Short, Christoph'jr 22140 

Stort, Margraret 2 40 

Sinnett, J. W 49 8/ 

Ston^, Abel 100 

Steiger, Peter 2 00 

Sullivan vs. Sauler 58 78 

Stockard, C. H. et al 66 

Shuman. Frederick 123 70 

Self, John 9 91 

Sheridan, Cornelius 33 00 

Sevard, (loo. W 6 00 

Seward, Wm 29 00 

Schmidt, Gottfried 38 00 

Schinde, Francis 55 96 

Summerville, James 11 10 

Selfel. Jno. D 7 18 

Shroyer, Jacob 127 35 

Smith, I. G 30 00 

St. Agne, Monsieur 102 00 

Smith, I'olly 58 72 

Schwartz. Isaac 16 55 

Smith, Hamilton 35 07 

Shal. Henry 31158 

Sauerbuer, I^orents 113 71 

Rc^rMder, Tobias 32 92 

Schultz, John « 12109 

Stevens, Partley 48 59 

Smith, Peter 26 70 

Schlbal, Fred 36 31 

Smith, Wm 187 87 

Scull, James P 852 20 

Stofel. I.owls W 37 11 

Sullens, Catherine 76 80 

Stone, Arabia 49 12 

Sites, John 20 00 

Smith. Men-dlth 27 70 

Shannon. Benj 112 00 

Shoemaker. George 150 32 

Schenhauser. Gcc rpe 120 18 

Sherman, Henry 184 00 

Sutton, Jesse 104 92 

Shamblln. K. B 19 80 

Smith. John 40 00 

Schmeld, Benedict 152 S2 

Schoan, S 109 44 

Smith. Wm. A 9 44 

Schultz, Charles 12 67 

Schuler, Martin 12 83 

Schott. Oliver 190 00 

Schumpe. John 25 50 

Schrougne, P 33 49 

StelnUemper, E 140 39 

Stein, P. A. H. 16 95 

Schnssler, T^eonard 100 00 

Scolten, Peter 10 15 

Shaw, Wm 70 05 

Spaenle, Mapdalena 3 00 

Stohl, John Georgro 5 no 

Slater, Alex 5 70 

Shaune.<?sey, Patrick 47 14 

Sabadlo, John 100 

Stacy & Stone 8 26 



Heirs of Amount. 

Schmidt, Otto ^36 59 

Slater, Mary E 15 97 

Sharpton, Wm 2 00 

Soegers, Lrfimbert 100 

Schmidt, John 453 06 

Sandusky, James 30 00 

Schuttis, Joseph 128 15 

Schussler, Marparet 4,152 76 

Schrader, P'rederlck 177 00 

Smith, Irwln Z 40 85 

Sapreba, F. X 136 86 

Shearer. Rebecca 42 62 

Spiro. Mike 387 54 

Sherman, Currence 5 25 

Shadduck, Mary 2192 

Shaw, Ella E 10 95 

Slavens, T. M 6 00 

Smith, W. li. J 1094 

Sharp, Mary T 10 00 

Snydonstricker, Alice 193 45 

Stephenson, John Y 100 

Spiers, Zacbarlah 20 00 

Sidn, Thomas M 117 32 

Pmart, Mary S 2 15 

Staniper Rcsa . ' 8 00 

Sarrah, Jacob 115 

Scott, Robt 352 70 

Snow, H. H 43 10 

Smith, G. W 9 10 

Stemmler, Fred 69 15 

Schles, Sinirn 38 90 

Schaefer, J. L 232 35 

Sln^. I^e 21100 

Schuma<;her. Gtrtrutie 3 63 

Smith, Christina 3 00 

Soud^rs, Nathan 5 00 

Schopp, Jacob 5 00 

Shrewsbury, Chas. R 4 00 

Stroud, Allen 100 

Seymour, James M. 9 3S 

Swlnney, Thos 23 74 

Spurlock, M. M 6 00 

Schra der, Charles 76 00 

Sparks, John C 27 45 

Sweeney, Jas 5 00. 

Sumption, Joseph 74.*^ 

Shock, W. T 3 40 

Styshenson vs. Smith et al 84 06 

Stei)hens, John 12 31 

Scott. Herman, assignee 46 27 

Schultz, Kate 699 IG 

Subree, Ernrst I OO 

Smith, Marv 29 96 

Smith, Catherine 108 

Sut.s. M. B 3 95 

Shellman. A. N 5 50 

Story. Nancy 24 02 

Thornton, V. H 20 25 

Tanner vs. Crowlry 64 rs 

Tilford, C. H 442 13 

Thon»as, Jacob 18 11 

Turner, Allen C 375 00 

Tlerny, John 37 45 

Thomas, Peyton 340 00 

Turner, Alfred 6 36 

Thlele. Fred C 25 09 

Twclvetree, Joseph 233 25 

Todd, Jackson 9 80 

Tierane, Chas. P' 448 25 

Tonby, Thos. H 288 77 

Thorp, Marcraret 14 50 

Thorp, Basil L 18 79 

Toler, P:ilza R 9 21 

Thies. Mary 10 00 

Ton*»r. Dennis 1 00 

Tuckness. Nnncy J *2 83 

Tlllery, James 89 06 

Thompson. Samuel S6 00 

Taylor, Mar>' B 22 01 

Teddeman, Henry 273 87 



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ESCHEATS FUND-Contlnued. 



Heirs of Amount. 

Tlllotson, SalUe $18 43 

Tanner, Joel 7 07 

Tooker, Shep 1,722 70 

Taylor, Sallle E 29 18 

Thomas, Edgar T 10 80 

Taylor, Jane 181 79 

Taylor, Temperance 8 00 

traylor, Sam'l A 4 00 

Tettenihart, Wm 874 3b 

Tulis, Rachcal 128 55 

Unknown. Man, "A*..... 102 00 

Usher, John 150 58 

Unknown person No. 2 27 04 

Unknown man No. 1, lost on 

steamer Stonewall 228 72 

Unknown person No. 9, lost on 

steamer Stonewall 18 t)8 

Unknown white woman No. 38 

lost on steamer Stonewall 80 62 

Unknown white male floater 37 40 

Uebehardt, Joseph 150 98 

Vanleer, Samuel 10& f i 

Van Bechnian, Fred 174 36 

Van Meter, Ablshal 5 00 

Vessllls. Ann' 5 (lO 

Vaiidevler, Thomas 8 '.'0 

Vincent. Elizabeth IPSO 

Vlx, Andrew ?38 58 

Vigrnette, Louis 269 97 

VoUinger, Jacob 58 18 

Vasel, Louisa 6 49 

Welst, Catherine 22 41 

White vs. Llerly et al i09 49 

Ward, Geo. W 222 24 

Wlekner, Mary 1 'K) 

Wells, Horace F 7S0 bl 

White vs. McCracken, part sale 99 41 
White, et al. vs. McCraken, part 

pf^lp 29 78 

Wllllam8,''Wrn!*!!.'!!!.'!!.'.*!.';.';!*.!! HIO 70 

Webb. Littlebcrry 23 43 

Wolfram, John C 100 00 

Whipple, P 112 liO 

Welsh, James 13 19 

Woeppel, George 116 56 

Wavers, Elizabeth Co9 47 

Whitehead, G. W SO 00 

White. John C 39 95 

Washington, James A 174 41 

Wallace, Tye 217 77 

Williams, Luke D 103 54 

Williams. John H IT'J 04 

Wimt, Christian f.5 (K) 

White, Joseph 41 40 

Wallace. David 15 00 

Woods, Samuel 10 00 

Williamson, Jarvls 1,730 58 

Walker R. W 7 62 

Wallace, John 8 60 



Heirs of Amount. 

Wlneland, Wallace $35 20 

WhIt:-^raore, Jam(;s M 59 75 

White. Michael 7 09 

Wedow. Gottfried 109 01 

Walsh, James 63 41 

Willis, James 259 96 

Weldon, James V 97 68 

Wheaton, Theodore D 086 34 

Waters, W. H 29 75 

Waters, R. C 7 90 

Walts, Ransom G 1128 

Wernleker, A 22 40 

Wagner, Jacob F 10 00 

Wllkerson. Abigail 157 58 

Walters. David 1150 

Wherry, M 50 53 

Wilcox, E. H 13 46 

Wilson, W. T 412 

Wade, Fendell P 70 61 

Warner, Mathilda P 69 33 

Wlckham, Margarft 306 94 

Woodruff. F. M 124 05 

Wessman. August 55 19 

Wolf. Ella 59 25 

Walllnr, John Z 65 81 

Whlsman, E. C 10 00 

Wood.'ln, James G 19 00 

Woods, Cr.nrad 20 00 

Watson, Howard 10 65 

Wheatley, Susan 43 36 

White, Isaac 135 

Wagoner, August 5 00 

Went3, Henry 47 ?5 

Ward. Hettle L 25 18 

T\ llson, Martha 153 24 

Wright, David 20 Oa 

Wiight, Amelia L 12 17 

Wood, James 4:J 45 

Walker, Isaac 6 96 

Ward, Emma R 1 00 

Warnington, R. E G7 OS 

Woods, Parmella 5 00 

Western Union BIdg. and Loan 

A,ssoclation S3 77 

Ward. Amelia 3 (-0 

Wilson, John A 77 49 

Wlngerel, Susan 2 00 

Wilson, Alex D 49 48 

^V^Ik. George .52 11 

Wiskcrchln. P. J 5 00 

Wood. J. E., part sale 144 09 

Ychlins', John 36 29 

Yetter, Joseph 343 S8 

"V eager, Elizabeth 9 36 

Young, Amanda 216 56 

Zenier, John 9 35 

Zl'^gelmeyer, Simon 5 00 

ZunLsteg, Veronica 10 OC 



3H 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TRIAL BALANCE. 



Date. 



January 1. 1904. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Jan. 1. 



By balance 

To disbursements 

To balances on hand January 1, 1901— 

State Revenue fund 

State Interest fund 

State Sinking fund 

State School fund 

State Seminary fund 

State School moneys 

State Seminary moneys 

Insurance Department fund 

Escheats fund 

Earnings Missouri peniten tlary 

Road and Oanal fund 

liUnatlc Asylum No. 1 fund 

Lunatic Asylum No. Z fund 

Lunatic Asylum No. 3 fund 

School for Blind fund 

School for Deaf and Dumb fund 

Reform School for Boys fund 

Oounty Foreign Insurance Tax fund 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Building aifd Loan Supervision fund... . 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 

Board of Osteopathy fund 

Receipts from collectors of revenue in 190i- 

Adair county 

Andrew county 

Atchison county 

Audrain county 

Barry county 

Barton county 

Bates county 

Benton county 

Bollinger county 

Boone county 

Buchanan county 

Butler county 

Oald well county, 

Callaway cocnty 

Oamden county 

Oape Girardeau county 

Oarrull county 

Garter county 

Oass county 

Oedar county 

Oharlton oounty 

Ohrlstian county 

Clark county 

Clay county 

Clinton county 

Cole county 

Cooper county 

Crawford bounty 

Dade county 

Dallas county 

Daviestt county 

DeDalb county 

Dent county 

Douglas county 

Dunklin county 

Franklin county 

Oasconade county 

Gentry county 

Greene county 

Grundy county 

Harrison county 

Henry county 

Hickory county 

Holt county * 

Howard county , 

Howell county 

Iron county , 

Jackson county 

Jasper county 

Jefferson county 



$5,490,147 47 

4fi2.P94 02 

207.098 70 

521.290 75 

1&)40 

1.687 21 

187.15125 

lU.im 01 

24.761 06 

34.933 71 

58.631 26 

2,587 06 

3,230 43 

9.691 26 

9,819 86 

16 SO 

590 46 

846 25 

187,296 25 

5,695 79 

439 97 

90 03 

3,645 30 

119 96 



fl. 998. 402 71 



16,346 48 
17,211 48 
21,755 79 
24,573 86 
It. 136 54 
16,513 39 
24,782 66 

9,128 50 

5,568 06 
26,306 65 
01,119 68 
10,711 85 
16,489 87 
16.473 64 

8,904 66 
17,849 06 
23,200 55 

3,744 44 
23.751 09 

9.771 72 
24.865 71 

7.508 86 
12,394 24 
20,138 62 
20.068 60 
14.895 69 
20,248 25 

7,977 83 
10.223 05 

5,053 56 
21,333 33 
14.455 67 

5.537 09 

4,411 47 

9.118 80 
21,074 57 

9,688 86 
16,932 13 
39,512 92 
15,613 12 
19,910 94 
22,981 20 

5,443 42 
18.560 05 
16,751 96 

0.IP3 80 

6,389 07 

295,038 07 

49,464 00 

16,193 19 



BALANCE SUli£TS. 



315 



TRIAL. BALANCB-Contlmied. 



Date. 



January 1, 1901. 



Dr. 



Or. 



Receipts from collectors of revenue in t90S— 

Johnson county 

Knox county 

Laclede county 

Lafayette county 

Lawrence county 

Lewis county 

Lincoln county 

Linn county 

Lf yingston county 

McDonald county 

Macon county 

Madison couuty 

Maries county, v 

Marlon county 

Mercercounty 

MiUercounty 

Mississippi county 

Moniteau county 

Monroe county 

Montgomery county 

Morgan county 

New Madrid county 

Newton county 

Nodaway county 

Oregon cou n ty 

Osagecounty 

Ozark county 

Pemiscot county 

Perry county 

Pettis county 

Phelps county 

Pike county 

Platte county 

Polk county 

Pulaski county 

Putnam county 

Rallscounty 

Randolph county 

Ray county 

Reynolds county 

Ripley county 

St. Oharles county 

St. Olair county 

St. Francois county 

Ste. Geneyieve rounty 

St. f jouis county 

Saline county 

Schuyler county 

Scotland county 

Scott county 

Shannon county 

Shelby county 

Stoddard county • 

Stone county 

Sullivan county 

Taney county 

Texas county 

Vernon county 

Warren county 

Washington county 

Wayne county 

Webster county 

Worth county 

Wright county 

St. Louis Oity 



Miscellaneous receipts in 1903— 

By interest on deposits 

Fees, state auditor 

Fees, secretary state 

Fees, clerk supreme court (excess) 

Fees, clerk Kansas Oity court appeals (excess). 

Incorporation tax 

Insurance tax 

Notaries public 

Sale of laws 

Insurance commissioner 

Earnings Missouri penitentiary . 

Sundry heirs 

Refunded amounts. 



$7,339,933 00 



S7,686 8d 
11,772 47 

7,626 80 
29,7aS55 
16.306 8S 
14,566 92 
13.149 18 
17,563 96 
17,361 80 

6,096 48 
23,847 62 

4,028 62 

4,864 74 
26,486 96 
11,145 83 

6.246 41 
9,353 22 

12,325 36 

16.725 56 

12,540 18 

6,318 67 

7,106 61 

15,154 10 

32,172 55 

6,015 17 

10,713 60 

2.749 60 

6.839 82 

9,318 73 

31,710 06 

6,557 56 

22,862 59 

16.820 42 

11,130 82 

4,789 04 

10,936 74 

10,985 80 

22,354 93 

23,086 96 

8,J830 67 

6,479 42 

31,963 61 

10,247 73 

16,868 01 

6.399 69 

91,242 76 

32.622 58 

7.797 07 

10,412 23 

10.910 47 

5.649 28 

13,629 36 

13,113 11 

3,850 74 

13.675 82 

3,237 03 

9.360 90 

23.335 83 

10,128 58 

7,390 37 

3,036 84 

8,229 66 

7,974 81 

7,259 44 

1.210,060 70 

15,281.262 96 

50.504 72 
836 00 

7.247 20 
124 40 
750 40 

157.945 00 

186.706 03 

9.255 00 

1,807 26 

44,728 54 

231.002 02 

4.498 70 

3,640 80 



3i6 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TRIAL BALANCEJ-Contlwued. 



Date. 



Jaouary ], 1904. 



Dr. 



MlsocHaneouB receipts In 1903— 

Extraordinary receipts 

Sundry treasurers 

('ouoty forelgo Insurance tax fund, 

State bank Inspectiou fund 

State building and loan fund 

Factory insuoction fund 

Board of health fund 

Hcate fair fund 

Hoard of osteopathy fund 

Fees, land department , 



Totals. 



$7,329,93.^ 00 



Cr. 



1583.720 45 

534.724 80 

l^e.Tt-e 02 

J5,4<4 9) 

3.1tW 41 

7.541 (/O 

6,475 00 

21,370 00 

5.0 00 

70« 35 



r.329.P33 00 



TRIAL BALA.XCE. 



Date. 



January I, lli()5. 



Dr. 



January 1. 



Cr. 



By balance 

To disbursements lu 1904 

To balance on hand Decemrier 31, 1901— 

Slate Revenue fund 

Slate Sinking fund , 

State School fund 

State Seminary fund •. 

State School moneys 

State Seminary moneys , 

Insurance Department fund , 

Escheats fund 

Earnings Missouri Penitentiiry 

Road and Canal fund 

Swamp Land Indemnity fund 

Lunatic Asylum No. I rand 

Lunatic Asylum No. 2 fund 

Lunatic Asylum No. .3 fund 

Reform School for Boys fund 

County Foreign Insurance Tax fund 

State Bank Inspection fund 

Building and Loan Supervision fund.. 

State Fair fund 

Factory Inspection fund , 

Board of Health fund 

Board of Osteopathy fund 

Received from County Collectors In r.'Oi— 

Adair county 

Andrew county 

Atchison county ,... 

Audrain county 

Barry county 

Barton county 

Bates county 

Benton county 

Bollinger county 

Boone county 

Buchanan county 

Butler county 

Caldwell county 

Callaway county .. 

Camden county.... 

Cape Girardeau county 

Carroll county 

Carter county 

Cass county 

Cedar county 

Chariton county 

Christian county 

Clark county 

Clay county 

Clinton county 

Cole county 

Cooper county 

Crawford county 

Dade county 

Dallas county 

Daviess county 

DeKalb county 



$4,929.752 35 

1,0^0,036 21 

205. 6M 41 

173 40 

3,260 21 

188, m 05 

5M72 42 

57,461 42 

38,280 tf8 

60,943 49 

2.098 40 

1.713 24 

10,170 91 

12,330 18 

2.381 02 

6.U4 88 

392.830 91 

5, 168 96 

145 23 

8,695 00 

2 92 

4,974 P2 

538 68 



$1,833,785 53 



11,744 7« 

13,233 63 

15,834 20 

17.867 98 

7,922 75 

10.987 28 

19.548 03 

7,168 93 

4.612 34 

19.430 18 

76.945 09 

9,057 74 

12,177 85 

12.516 34 

3,269 97 

13,950 77 

19.125 99 

2,659 00 

17,040 78 

6,7^24 

15,98127 

5,704 88 

8,856 40 

16.840 84 

14,587 01 

12,451 54 

16,227 97 

6.597 94 

6.654 16 

3.306 73 

15,209 03 

10,742 21 



BALANCE SHEETS. 



.V7 



TRIAL BALANOE-Oontinued. 



Date. 



January 1, 1905. 




Received from county collectors in 1»(M— 

Dent county 

Douglas county 

Dunklin county 

Franklin county 

Gasconade county 

Gentry county 

Greene county 

Grundy county 

Harrison county 

Henry county 

Hickory county 

Holt county 

Howard county 

Howell county 

Iron county. 

Jackson county 

Jasper county 

Jelrerson coun ty 

Johnson county 

Knox county 

Laclede county 

Lafayette county 

Lawrence county 

Lewis county 

Lincoln county 

Linn county 

Livingston county 

McDonald county 

Macon county 

Madison county 

Maries county 

Marlon county 

Mercer couilty 

Miller county 

Mississippi county 

Moniteau county 

Monroe county 

Montgomery county 

Morgan county 

New Madrid county 

Newton county 

Nodaway county 

Oregon county 

Osage county 

Ozark county 

Pemiscot county . 

Perrv county 

Pettis county 

Phelps county 

Pike county 

Platte county 

Polk county 

Pulaski county 

Putnam county 

Ralls county 

Randolph county 

Ray county 

Reynolds county 

Ripley county 

St. Charles county 

St. Olair county 

St. Francois county 

Sto. Genevieve county 

St. Louis county 

Saline county 

Schuyler county 

Scotland county 

Scott county 

Shan non county 

Shelby county 

Stoddard county 

Stone county 

Sullivan county 

Taney county 

Texas county.. 

Vernon county 

Warren county 

Washington county 

Wayne county 

Webster county 

Worth county 



Or. 



14,271 11 

3.538 25 

6.482 74 

17.253 55 

9.052 38 

13.798 10 

28,857 48 

11,099 58 

14,928 70 

16.530 24 

3.683 14 

13,773 81 

12.607 34 

7,296 94 

4.957 60 

253.661 45 

38,896 72 

12,610 06 

19,439 60 

7.877 35 

5.651 78 

25,729 42 

12.470 99 

9.732 09 

9,871 35 

14.654 21 

13.731 84 

3,712 75 

19,378 15 

4,956 92 

3,481 89 

20.740 29 

8.732 47 

4.880 73 

5,946 42 

9,812 47 

13,844 23 

9,823 83 

4.792 60 

6.910 48 

11.612 53 

25.713 55 

4,225 16 

8.395 96 

2,249 82 

7,151 38 

7,499 88 

25.000 79 

5,928 13 

14.078 06 

12.684 17 

8,538 56 

3.603 53 

8,438 41 

8,803 35 

16,104 93 

17,725 87 

2,773 58 

4,257 64 

25.282 74 

7,327 98 

13,739 16 

4,978 56 

82,557 33 

22,420 13 

6,301 24 

8.279 80 

10,140 48 

3,753 54 

9,810 32 

9,153 26 

2,727 17 

10,316 04 

2,436 51 

5,972 18 

22,280 20 

7,023 52 

5.092 15 

5.776 21 

5,810 86 

6,781 36 



3i8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TRIAL BALANCE.— Oontlnued 



Date. 



January 1st, 10C5. 



Dr. 



Received from county collectors in IQOi— 

Wright county 

Bt. Louis Olty 

Miscellaneous receipts in 1904— 

By Interest on deposits 

Fees State Auditor 

Fees Secretary State 

Fees Clerk Supreme Court, excess fees 

Fees Clerk Kansas City Court Appeals, excess 
fees 

Incorporation tax 

Insurance tax 

Notaries Public 

?aleof Tiaws 
nsurance Commissioner 

Earnings Missouri Penitentiary 

Sundryneirs 

Refunded amounts 

Extraordinary receipts 

Sundry treasurers 

County Foreign Insurance Tax fund 

State Bank Inspection fund 

State Building and Loan fund 

Factory Inspection fund 

Board of Health fund 

State Fair fund 

Fees Land department 

Board of Osteopathy fund 



17,046,315 09 



Or. 



$5,201 74 
1.353,449 54 

52,867 86 
1,261 00 

8,878 06 
68 22 

1,056 30 

147,0B5 00 

205.634 86 

7,820 00 

986 75 

51,400 39 

271.450 94 

5,717 90 

13,510 03 

644,033 00 

557,818 38 

205,534 66 

13,811 fO 

3,081 76 

6,525 00 

8,206 00 

33.230 00 

588 68 

2,140 00 



17.046,315 90 



TABLE NO. 1. 



The following tables, exhibiting the assessment of the various 
species of property in each county in this State on June i, 1902, for 
the taxes of 1903, and on June i, 1903, for the taxes of 1904, have 
been compiled from the abstracts of the assessors' books, certified to 
the State Auditor by the clerks of the county courts, and from the 
record of proceedings of the State Board of Equalization: 



ADAIR COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 


June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 


June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 


• 0^ 




No. 


Valuation. 


No. 


Valuation. 




Landfl* acres 


860.600 
39,250 


12.549,980 
1,199.770 


360.600 


$2,530,900 
1,207.810 


$7 02 


Town lots 










Total yalne of real estate 


13.749.750 


$3,738,710 






8,0S2 

938 

87 

24.068 

3.403 

10.088 


8.437 

999 

82 

29.026 

4.421 

12.101 




Horsed 

Mules 


$183,650 

22,030 

2.870 

819,630 

4,200 

30,185 

1,370 

378.430 


$222,655 

30.668 

3,C90 

882.975 

5.880 

46.406 

745 

370.965 


20 39 
30 69 


Asses and Jennets 


37 68 


Neat cattle 


IS 18 


Sheen 


1 33 


iJoflTS 


3 83 


All other live stock 




Monev. bonds nnd notes 








Rrnki^rfi iiiiil i^TPhflnfra dAAJpra 








Oomorate comnsnlefl 




119,730 
136,450 




114,126 
260.175 




All ether nersonsl oronertT 
















TAfjil vflliiA npntAnftl nrnnprfv ..... 


$1,198,545 


$1,437,684 












Total Talne real and personal property 
Railroad* bridge, teiefirraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 


$4,948,295 
737.016 


$5,176,394 
769.281 




••■••••••• 














Tnfal ^avahlo vraAltli In (*nnnf!V 


$5,685,311 


$5,945,675 




xuLlli laxauii; wvnivU lu ^uuutjr ...*•• 









A 21 



322 



ftKPORT O^ THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ANDREW COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total Talue of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Assofl and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

i{ogR 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph .and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by Stat* 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuation. 



274.139 
3,465 



6.932 

1.565 

76 

31,738 

2,782 
30.028 



13,929,310 
432,575 



4,361.885 



1165,285 

60,490 

5,530 

476,990 

3,255 

83,740 

55 

693.185 



114,499 
206,940 



$1,809,969 



16,171,854 



676,078 



$6,846,932 



2.3 98S 



|4,08?,f80 
46S,c85 



14.552,265 



6,059 

1.738 

91 

33.012 
2,272 

27,221 



1158,305 

68.149 

6.120 

&38.6o6 

2.340 

94,470 

85 

877,169 



108,073 
205,020 



$2,048,386 



$6,600,651 



706.187 



$7,306,788 






•iS. 



$14 91 



26 13 
33 30 
67 25 
16 31 
1 03 
3 47 



ATCHISON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Acnes and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

IFogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



336,701 
3,682 



8.121 

2,892 

28 

34.095 

983 

41,467 

303 



$4,906,485 
732.285 



$5,638,770 



$207,645 

88.065 

2.120 

517.055 

1.970 

113.145 

305 

1.243,030 



174,206 
298,375 



$2,675,916 



$8,314,686 



543,062 



$8,857,748 



89().473 



8.055 

2,785 

35 

36.098 

922 

42.279 



$4, 918 ,560 
747,630 



$5,666,180 



$214,860 

93.290 

2,210 

614,726 

1.810 

120,725 

490 

1,260,580 



175,126 
344.985 



$2,825,801 



$8,491,961 



678.421 



$9,070,402 



$14 62 



26 30 
32 42 

63 14 
17 03 

1 96 

2 86 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



323 



AUDRAIN COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



I.nnds. acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Aeses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies , 

AH other personal property... 



Total valac personal property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation. 



Jun« 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuation. 



133,155 
4,539 



8,181 

3,166 

159 

21.454 

13.851 

16,636 



Total value real and personal properts 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



^.132.129 
1.337.980 



15,470,100 



$228,360 

101,470 

6,560 

381,010 

22,810 

65,700 



1,045,915 



308.720 
410,600 



12.551.145 



98,021,245 



1,453,242 



19,474.487 



433,155 



8,927 

3,725 

191 

31,728 

13,142 

25.073 



$4,138,630 
1,384.140 



$6,522,770 



$261,626 

135,270 

8.355 

525,910 

24.545 

90,905 



1.861.510 



345,905 
403.900 



$3,157,926 



$8,680,696 



1.480.051 



$10,160,747 



go* 

OB h%^ 

• oS 
*i & 

I? 



$9 56 



29 31 
36 31 
43 74 
16 57 
1 86 
3 62 



BARRY COUNTY. 



Town lotrf .. 



• ••• •••«< 



Total value of real estAte. 



Horses' 

Mules 

Asses and JePuets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notCR 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



462,647 

4,178 



$2*081,923 
536,375 



$2,618,298 



470.926 



$2,107,702 
546,465 



7,745 

2,218 

72 

19,723 
8,856 

16.557 



$192,966 

68,576 

8,015 

200,078 

9,143 

26,299 



177,707 



43,417 
234.591 



Total value real and personal propert> 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by Stat' 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$954,782 



$3,573,080 



646.254 



8,245 

2,132 

87 

20.486 
6,215 

20,496 



$4,119,334 



$2,654,157 



200.824 

61,317 

3,076 

193.407 

6,629 

33,867 



193.762 



59,626 
263.487 



$1,015,883 



$3,670,040 



669,673 



$4,239,713 



$4 47 



24 85 

28 76 

36 34 

9 44 

1 06 

166 



324 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BABTON COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle^ 

Bheep 

Hogs 

•All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokerc and exchange dealers. 

Corpora te companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value persona] property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 190i. 



No. 



Valuation. 



374.128 
8,836 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by Statt 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



8,260 

1,816 

86 

21,263 

3.284 

14,693 

178 



$3,066,207 
743,961 



13,800,168 



$174,862 

45,994 

3,697 

244,648 

3,389 

31,261 

170 

200,761 



88,241 
206,089 



$997,892 



$4,796,060 



1,033,660 



375,878 



9,843 

2,148 

81 

27,206 

2.740 

16,680 

47 



$6,831,720 



$3,154,663 
763,126 

$3^917,788 

^202,182 

65,612 

8.430 

292.649 

2,836 

S5,647 

119 

260,804 



81,069 
216,747 



$1,160,734 



$6,068,622 



1,071,612 



$6,140,134 



rr 
g 






$8 89 



2163 

26 84 

42 06 

10 76 

1 03 

226 

260 



BATES COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . - 



Total value of real estate. 



>Ioi*ses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sbeep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Monoy, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora tp companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



646.962 
9,631 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



13, 048 

2,S23 

132 

34,734 

2,918 

29,288 

323 



$6,832,904 
1,143 »317 



$6,976»221 



$314,330 

87,284 

6,496 

432.714 

3,656 

63,163 

3.196 

295,667 



206,042 
365.900 



$1,780,326 



$8,766,647 
1,166,896 



537.512 



14,268 

2,945 

149 

89,597 

2,895 

29,438 

98 



$6,622,742 
1,126,679 



$6,749,421 



$357,836 

88,318 

6,534 

492,158 

8,681 

81,896 

1,488 

654.974 



206,132 
348,606 



$9,912,946 



$2,141,623 



$8,891,044 



1,225.970 



$10,U7.014 



$10 45 



25 09 
29 98 
43 92 
12 68 
1 26 
278 
1J5 11 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT, 



325 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



. I 



No. j Valuation. 



Jun« 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 19M. 



No. 



Valuation. 



i 






Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle •. . 

Sheep 

Rogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exctaanj^e dealers. 

Corpora te companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



4157,279 
846 



TotaJ value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele-| 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



6,706 

1,998 

106 

21,516 

6,355 

13,661 

472 



$2,115,780 
181,345 

"$27297,125 



$164,275 

58,044 

3,416 

347,340 

8,800 

42,330 

495 

281,335 



78,100 
154,620 



$1,128,754 



$3,425,879 



148,890 



$3,574,769 



649,123 



7,235 

1,543 

83 

25,406 

6,421 
16,602 

1,174 



$2,726,659 
202.560 



$2,929,219 

^64^700 

47,957 

3,710 

344,450 

9,080 

49,440 

1,345 

324.555 



80,788 
153,616 



$1,179,640 



$4,108,859 



151,662 



$4,260,611 



$4 20 



22 76 

31 05 

44 70 

13 56 

1 41 

298 

1 13 



BOLLINGER COUNTY. 



Ijands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of renl estate. 



Horses 

Mnlos 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Mon<»y. bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



382.667 
1,112 



4.306 

1,784 

34 

13,381 
8,356 

16,852 



$lf821,765 
98,140 



$1,419,896 



$128,286 

66,476 

2.606 

130.642 

10,700 

23,975 



203,515 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridjre, telegraph and tele- 

Shone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



6,580 
151,495 



$714,172 



$2,134,067 
269.496 



$2,403,662 



384,667 



4,324 

1,978 

35 

14,348 

8.951 

18,804 

278 



$1,301,660 
98,946 

' 1,400,605 



$127,989 

69,669 

2,556 

137,246 

12,140 

28,176 

800 

276,923 



5,640 
167,285 



$827,921 



$2,228,526 



297,676 



$2,626,201 



$3 38 



29 60 
35 23 
73 00 
9 67 
1 86 
1 60 
1 08 



326 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOONB COUNTT. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903. for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. ( Valuation. 



& 



o < 

• o 2 
: Sc 



T<and9, acres 
Tov/n lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules , 

Asses nnd Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sboop 

IlOffS 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora ^e companies 

All other personal prpperty... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Rallrood. bride-e. telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable weolth in county. 



421,9S9 
5,641 



$4,184,361 
1,839,735 



$6,024,096 



7,266 

3,441 

153 

18.804 
7,244 

20,529 



$196,310 

117,970 

7,500 

291,565 

14,145 

43,975 



1,094,120 



386,367 
406,495 



$2,558,447 



$8,582,543 
1,069,083 



$9,651,626 



422.426 



$4,262,135 
1,940,030 



$6,202,165 



7.541 

3,204 

121 

21.288 
7,577 

20,335 



$224,890 

109.285 

5,715 

323,685 

16,725 

47.520 



1,206,710 



324,509 
444,450 



$2,703,489 



$8,905,654 



1,1(8,448 



$10,014,102 



$10 C9 



29 82 
34 C9 
47 23 
15 20 
2 21 
2 S3 



BUCHANAN COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 245,140 



Town lots 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

ABpes and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hoars 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

ghone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



37,200 



9,165 

2,388 

73 

18,848 
1,641 

19,060 



$6,011,400 
19,778,730 



$25,790,130 



$249,370 
76,390 

3,8:s 

307,695 

3.315 

51,705 



1,446,870 

11,110 

802,067 

4,080,670 



$7,033,017 



$32,823,147 



3,320,386 



$36,143,533 



245,240 



9,296 

2,446 

83 

^0,391 
1,633 

20.225 



$6,630,410 
21,506,331 



$28,136,741 



$265,060 

78.639 

3.350 

324,819 

3,774 

63,316 

i; 579.139 



765,094 
3.962,403 



$7,046,594 



$35,182,335 



3,491,761 



$38,674,096 



$25 60 



28 61 
32 15 
40 36 
15 92 

2 31 

3 13 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



327 



BUTLKR COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Landff, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mule3 

AhWH and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

hogh 

All other live stock 

Money, bond? and notes 

Brckerx and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I Valuation. 
I 



429. 06d 



Total value real and pers<»al property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



11,376.306 

884,800 



12,261,106 



2.730 

982 

16 

10,298 

974 

8,056 

22 



170,825 

29.469 

630 

81,414 

1,031 

10.352 

217 

106,839 



72.800 
219,998 



$593,575 



$2,854,681 
915.831 



428,364 



8,151 

998 

23 

12.235 

894 

11.239 

83 



$3,770,512 



$1.546.r85 
992,923 



$2,539,508 



$86,120 

29,970 

1,206 

92.672 

982 

14.583 

150 

1C8.082 



72.360 
209,322 



$615,446 



$3,154,954 



991,417 



$4,146,371 



i 






$3 61 



27 00 
30 00 
52 00 
7 50 
1 00 
1 29 
1 85 



CALDWELL COUNTY. 



Lands, acres I 272,337 

Town lots 5,108 

Total value of real estate 



Horses 

Mule's 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Shoep . . .* 

I Fogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and noies 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 
phone property assessed by Stat 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



7,102 

1.155 

33 

26.660 

10,821 

24,030 

33 



$3.040,8»5 
551,668 



$3,592,523 



$174,485 

31,331 

2,090 

406.538 

14,143 

54.305 

810 

825,823 



272,725 



7,509 

1.270 

41 

28,640 

8,640 

29,307 

61 



$3,473,990 
567,870 



$4,041,860 



147,377 
211,616 



$1,868,51S 



$5,461,041 
812,851 



$6,273,892 



$181,343 

34,296 

3,640 

424,679 

13,021 

91,766 

5,231 

957,947 



131.531 
255,509 



$2,098,961 



$6,140,8U 



837,020 



$6,977,831 



$12 73 



24 16 
27 00 
88 78 
14 82 



1 
3 

85 



50 
13 
75 



328 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CALLAWAY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, ncres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mnlos 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Fheep 

Hogs 

All other live atock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpornt6 companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1. 1S02, for taxes 
of 1903. 



Na 



Valuation, 



June 1, 1908. for taxes 
of 1904. 

No. I Valuation. 



614*675 
3.257 



8.109 

3,711 

269 

17,353 

15.177 

15,533 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brHee, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by Statr 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



13.661,592 
837,860 



$4,389,462 



1136,820 

105,820 

12.235 

262.033 

25.859 

45,970 



722.493 



180.532 
212.064 



11,753,826 



16,143,278 
963,774 



17.097,062 



614,475 



8,668 

3.970 

258 

21.295 

16.399 

15.257 



13,261,690 
838.640 



$4,100,230 



1214.210 

124.660 

12,840 

299,215 

29.258 

67,504 



816,660 



168.910 
221,223 



$1,944,466 



$6,044,696 
973,407 



$7,018,102 



SB- 



'f 



$6 83 



24 71 
31 40 
49 76 
14 06 
178 
3 76 



CAMDBN COUNTY. 



Tiands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Assos and Jonnets 

Neat cattle 

Sbeep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Mnney bonds and notes 

Brokors and exchnnsre dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telej^raph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



376,397 
337 



3,972 

1,067 

42 

15,284 

8,932 

8.605 

281 



$1,254,287 ! 
43.820 -, 



382,472 



$1,298,107 



$119,667 

36.601 

1,305 

238.535 

18,331 

22.420 

487 

73.553 



4.181 

1.177 

36 

18,050 

10,984 

14,067 



13.138 . 
110.646 ;. 



$634,703 I. 



$1,932,810 



48.786 



$1,981,595 



$1,287,030 
64.175 



$1,291,205 



$121,060 

36,963 

1.945 

260.803. 

21.809 

30.439 

417 

88,944 



16.107 
134,358 



$711,836 



$2,003,040 



49,900 



$2,062,940 



$3 23 



28 96 
80 66 
54 03 
14 45 

1 98 

2 16 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



5^9 



CAPS OIRABDBAU COUNTY. 



SabJectB of Tftzatlon. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total valoe of real estate. 



Horses 

Muloa. 

Apses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1908, for taxes 
of 1903. 



Na [ Valuation. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, hrl<Tge. telegraph and tele- 

8 hone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in coonty. 



358.354 
3.874 



6.063 

2,539 

78 

13.814 
6.656 

24.451 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Na f Valuation, 



12,643,256 
1.064,696 



13,707,951 



1161,196 

78,765 

3,980 

130,496 

10.060 

41.045 



858,566 



6.128 

2.620 

79 

14.298 
6.795 

22,767 



824.770 



135.184 
815.290 



11.700,807 



15,408,758 



477,286 



15,886,044 



$2,604,425 
1,227.605 



$3,832,030 



1171,120 

88.710 

4.175 

136,064 

10.315 

40.990 



857 '.ids* 



155.193 
344.815 



$1,804,337 



$5,636,367 



539,507 



16,175,874 



Co •< 
p 



$7 28 



27 94 

81 95 

52 84 

9 61 

1 61 

1 80 



CABBOLL COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Noat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



T6tal value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Rhone property assessed by Stat' 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



434,284 
4,544 



10.382 

3,612 

120 

27.004 

4.237 

31.829 

178 



$5,042,462 
966,807 



$5,999,269 



$ 255,210 

103.899 

6.020 

893.248 

4.423 

60,703 

926 

1.170,090 



434.652 
308.073 



$2,737,244 



$8,736,513 



1,465.421 



$10,201,984 



442.157 



11,063 

4,192 

117 

83.161 

3.636 

31,539 

151 



$6,097,653 
1,010.685 

^Tl08.338 

^9~018 

121,865 

5.232 

499.499 

3,704 

81.877 

779 

867,101 



431,168 
341,092 



$2,631,335 



$8,739,673 



1,501,552 



$10,^,225 



$11 52 



25 21 
29 07 
44 71 
15 05 

1 00 

2 56 
. 5.16 



330 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CARTER COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June l,ld02,for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation. 



June 1, 1S03, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 






o < 
I? 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

N«'at cattle 

Sheep 

1 1 og-s 

All other live stock 

M(>n»-.v, boi)d3 and notes 

Brokers and exchanjje dealers. 

I 'orporn te companies 

All other personal property... 



315, 04S 
1.080 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telefn*Hph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
card 



Total taxable wealth In county, 



910 

642 

12 

4.939 

709 

3.749 

42 



IS94.129 
34.549 



I92S.678 



217,374 



129. ISO 

20.088 

350 

52,473 

1 055 

7,184 

30 

47,681 



7.287 
182,003 



968 

705 

16 

5,841 

589 

7,004 

38 



$822,737 
34,089 

"^,826 



$347,331 
$1,276,009 

327,228 



$1,603,237 



$28,189 

24,580 

360 

62.347 

767 

9.528 

19 

53,03: 



7,500 i 
180.782 



$367,093 



$1,223,919 
346,898 



$1,570,817 



$3 78 



29 12 

34 87 

21 87 

10 67 

1 30 

136 

50 



CASS COUNTt. 



liands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Ahscs rind .Teonets , 

Neat cnttle , 

Shpcp 

IlORS 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notoH 

Hrokers and exchanjfo dealers. 

Torpornte compan'es 

All other personal property.. 



Total value personal property. 



442.173 
6,641 



$5,091,840 

850,776 



442,166 



10,640 

2,849 

93 

29,671 
4.372 

30.646 



$6,942,625 



$261,092 

79.377 

5,192 

433,347 

6,338 

78,591 



11,682 

3,026 

104 

37,328 
4,014 

38,705 



$5,160,291 
858,949 

$6,019,240 



$307,083 

92,211 

6,250 

506.663 

5,713 

104.223 



389.980 I 



457,9,33 



164.780 
284,683 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridjje, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone proiierty assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,703,409 



$7,646,034 
1,816,911 



211.955 
313,948 



$2,005,999 



$9,462,915 



$8,025,239 
1.913,039 



$9,938,298 



ni5o 



26 Oo 
30 47 
62 98 
13 56 
1 42 
26o 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



331 



CEDAB COUNTY. 



Subjects ' of Taxation . 



June 1, 1902. for taxes 
of 1903. 



Nou f Valuation. 



Jane 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. [ Valuation. 



Lands, acres 315,613 

Town lots 3,848 



Total value of real estate, 



Horses 

Mules 

/i6R«»s and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchanj^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



6,873 

1,413 

57 

17,238 

3,273 
19,330 

1.265 



Total value personal property. 



T6tal value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telej^raph and tele- 
phone property assessed by "State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$2,166,740 
410,520 



$2,677,260 



$203,339 

41.312 

4,005 

267.388 

4.934 

46.949 

1.539 

253.471 



815,619 



7.638 

1.550 

53 

18.920 

3,763 
24,912 

1.512 



$2,291,109 
423,176 



$2,714,285 



$213,696 

52,969 

5,149 

277,949 

6,125 

64,222 

1,631 

221,401 



66.603 
209,960 



$1,099,500 



$3,676,760 



18,183 



57,637 
221,372 



$1,122,151 



$3,694,943 



$3,836,436 



23,170 



$3,859,606 



CHARITON COUNTY. 









$6 58 



27 98 
34 17 
97 11 
14 69 



1 
2 
1 



62 
57 
07 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

A^ses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All othpr live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and cxchoiiKe dealers. 

Corporate companies , 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



475,886 
5.081 



10,476 

2,910 

86 

27,338 

6.741 

20.380 

232 



$4,418,061 
607.125 



475,764 



$5,025,186 

^ $256,699 j 

84.287 

4,765 

419.065 

13.124 

53 ,442 

466 

528. 41S 



114.024 
239.344 



11.173 

2,957 

93 

33.259 

6,651 

23,109 

45 



$4,489,404 
606.084 



$5,095,488 

""$289lo? 

93.225 

4,760 

505,067 

11.143 

60.405 

85 

622,099 



$1,713,624 



$6,738,810 



1,309,177 



$8,047,987 



107.415 ■ 
249.086 



$1,942,593 



$7,038,081 



1.330.459 



$8,368,540 



$9 44 



25 90 
31 53 
51 18 
15 12 

1 68 

2 61 
1 89 



33^ 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1,1908. for 
of WL 



No. f Valuation. 



i 



2? 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total Talae of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

AsBAs and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and exchani^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telefp'aph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



840,432 
1,138 



11,782,466 
162,266 

^.944,730 



844,106 



6.581 

1,664 

69 

15,8U 

6,050 

16,604 

47 



1157,896 

49,896 

8,886 

U0.563 

8,024 

26,404 

286 

263,884 



44,696 
201.154 



$946,178 



12,890,908 



218,166 



18,109,078 



6,664 

1,726 

103 

17,984 

6,432 

21,560 

425 



11.753,003 
193,000 



1,946,003 

$158,792 

62,116 

4,161 

196,166 

9.214 

83.806 

8.079 

287,468 



41,652 
191,449 



1977,890 



82,928,893 



236,163 



13,160,066 



85 10 



28 04 

SOU 

40 80 

10 96 

143 

166 

7 24 



CLARK COUNTT. 



Ijands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jenneta 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Iloiini 

AH other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
ICallroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



819.206 
6,344 



6.628 

928 

21 

18.097 

6,135 

9.715 



$2,412,760 
414.140 


319.489 


82.826.900 






6,746 

879 

17 

21,427 

4.998 

10,036 


$144,200 

26.686 

l.BOO 

264,995 

8,575 

40,320 


199.315 





$2,569,860 
417,190 

$2,977,040 

$186,810 

29,661 

1,655 

298,880 

7.236 

48,656 



91,000 
842,740 



$1,119,331 



252,615 



$3,946,231 



796,762 



$4,741,998 



96.414 
300.030 



$1,221,706 
$4,198,745 



811.246 



$5,009,991 



$8 01 



27 69 
S3 63 
91 47 
13 94 
1 44 
4 84 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



333 



CLAY COUNTY. 



Sabjecta of Taxation. 



June 1,1902. for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation. 



Jim« 1^ 190S. for taxes 
of ^04. 



Nq. 



Valuation, 



rr 

B 



• O 2 

: •<£, 
: febC 
: 5? 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

ABses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

&(oDfy, bonds and notes 

Brokers and ezcbanxe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed bj State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



249.064 
14,369 



6,796 

1,293 

46 

18.862 
5.470 

23,284 



13,167,770 
1.072,422 



$4,230,192 



1167,720 

88,176 

7,290 

281,872 

8,145 

67,680 



809,990 



145,810 
216,625 



$1,743,207 



16,973,399 



1,878,943 



17,862,842 



251.123 



6,386 

1,610 

61 

23,940 
6,204 

22,006 



13.726.366 
1,181019 

$4,906,474 

1186,600 

60,325 

8,845 

368,197 

11,766 

64,630 



876,646 



187,730 
216,080 



$1,919,117 



$6,826,691 



1,901,566 



$8,727,167 



$14 83 



29 20 

81 25 

136 80 

15 37 

189 

293 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Astsos and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Biokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Chone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



266,000 
4,000 



$3,368,296 
879,128 



$4,247,423 



6,306 

2,062 

69 

26,363 

3,224 

25,197 

352 



$170,870 

68,366 

3,065 

429,111 

7,190 

84,811 

3.700 

687.861 



263,670 
247,846 



$1,966,880 
$6,202,803 

1,638,701 



$7,741,604 



.000 



6,850 

2,285 

69 

31,142 

3,964 
24,028 

2.433 



$3,432,360 
88»,675 



$4,321,936 



$190,108 

73,442 

3,366 

624,066 

8,346 

82.082 

82,176 

735,386 



245,824 
286,678 



$2,181,448 
$6,503,383 

1,631,689 
$8,085,072 



$12 95 



27 76 
82 14 
66 86 
16 82 
2U 
341 
13 22 



334 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Tov^ti lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asre.si and Jonnots 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Ilosfs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Biokers and exchange dealers. 

(^oi j/oi'rt te companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



COLB COUNTY. 



Jun« l,t90Z,toT taxes 
of 1903. 



No. [ Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation, 



233.886 
3.085 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telein'aph and tele- 

Chone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



11,527,420 
1,779,065 



233.8S6 



13,306.485 



3,3'>6 
1,094 
15 
9.429 
2.292 
11,967 



$85,010 

30,530 

640 

109.980 

2,722 

18.343 

1,380 

348,215 



3,168 
1.107 
15 
9,938 
2,115 
11,405 



11,586,815 I 
1,773,805 I, 



13,360,620 



191,100 ' 

32,760 

410 

116,930 

2,435 

21,437 



183,185 
315,595 



11.095.600 



$4,402,085 



819.883 



$5,221,968 



410,806 



148,786 
306.420 



$1,130,084 



$4,490,704 



858.709 



$5,349,413 



O a 



$6 78 



2S 7.5 
29 J 9 
27 33 
11 69 

1 15 
1 87 



COOPB5R COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

MuI^s 

Absts and Jeunets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep < 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers aud exchange dciLlers. 

C'orpo ra te companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



350.811 
2,9So 



$3,723,565 

1.103,000 



350,876 



$4,826,565 



$3,995.6.'.0 
1,142,400 



$5, 138, ICO 



6.983 

3.732 

118 

19,111 
6.214 

27,473 



$174,870 

141,115 

5,2-25 

284.323 

11,964 

76,369 



926,245 



6,978 

4,061 

101 

22.682 
5.535 

28,599 



$189,925 

150,071 

4,950 

328,970 

ll,19f> 

80.910 



917,060 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by ^tate 
Board 



314,121 
346,512 



ri, 280, 746 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$7,107,311 
1.1^.816 



283,584 
368,860 



$2,335,625 



$7,473,625 
1.204,926 



$8,273,127 I $8,678,551 



$11 38 



27 23 
36 90 
49 00 
14 50 
2 02 
2 82 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



335 



CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horaes 7; 

Mules 

A680S and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation. 



J'un« 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



Total value real and personal properly 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



464,970 
1,112 



$1,682,985 
192,820 



456,911 



11.875,806 



2,873 
1,454 
42 
11,523 
5,880 
8,476 



181,320 

46,370 

1,075 

158,166 

8.869 

14,091 



133.045 



11,691.804 
204,435 



3.141 

1,441 

23 

12,507 
5,864 

11,798 



29.950 
106.290 



1579,376 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



12,455,181 
499.791 



12,954,972 



$1,.S96.239 



$87,928 

46,368 

1.170 

172,704 

9,271 

24,190 



122,508 



30.420 
117.611 



$612,070 



$2,508,309 
504,186 



$3,012,495 



I? 



$3 70 



27 99 
32 18 
60 87 
13 81 

1 58 

2 05 



DAD© COUNTY. 



T.,andH, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle. ...» 

Sheep 

liogs 

All other live stock 

Monty, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

t'ori)ornte companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



320,907 
2,793 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by "State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



6,031 

1,668 

84 

16.701 

3,240 

15.121 

338 



$2,067,272 
352,783 



315,358 



$2,420,055 



$148,061 

50,273 

3,925 

205,940 

6.098 

33,894 

626 

313.127 



$2,097,090 
363.580 



$2,460,670 



6,881 

1,883 

97 

19.612 

3,480 

18,485 

586 



47,073 
183,431 



$992,448 



$3,412,503 
494,288 



$165,466 

54,254 

4,795 

216.0G3 

6,047 

40,639 

1,195 

339,424 



44.337 
201,380 



$1,078,590 



$3,906,791 



$3,534,260 
500,573 



$4,034,833 



$6 65 



24 04 
28 81 
49 43 
11 01 

1 74 

2 20 
2 00 



336 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DALLAS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Tftxatlon. 



June ItUKffiffor taxes 
of 1908. 



Now I Valu&Uon. 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Now I Valuation. 












Lands* acres 
Town lots .. 



Total yaloe of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

ghone property assessed by Btate 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



290,468 
128 



6,063 

1,568 

82 

16,323 
9,889 

15,444 



11,071,240 
123,000 



$1,194,240 



1129,882 

89,841 

2,720 

190.809 

13,9U 

24,146 



184,246 



14,000 
135,217 



1734,272 



$1,928,512 



240 



$1,928,752 



816.687 



5,946 

1,477 

82 

17.884 

10.297 

18,326 



$1,110,598 
119.855 



$1,230,453 



$148,564 

86,789 

2,701 

130,438 

18,074 

27,319 



229,310 



10,660 
139,706 



$788,550 



$2,019,003 



181 



$2,019,134 



$S60 



24 98 
24 90 
83 00 
10 08 
1 26 
1 49 



DAVI0SS COUNTT. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules '. . . . 

Asses and Jennets 

Nfat cattle 

Sheep 

Iiogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpornte companies 

All other personal property.., 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



352.513 
3.940 



11.589 
2,343 
105 
34,833 
10,854 
31,614 



$4,077,836 
632.830 



$4,710,166 



$256,418 

65,177 

5,945 

500,815 

17.302 

88,589 

3.099 

898, 5U 



119.856 
279,079 



$2,233,791 



$6,943,957 



1,148.541 



$8,092,498 



357.399 



U,127 
2,496 
120 
41,722 
13,122 
37,477 



$4,470,234 
624,644 



$5,094,878 



$320,476 

76.822 

7,235 

629,203 

21.644 

96.865 

3,703 

926,966 



126.101 
899,436 



$2,607,430 



$7,702,308 



1.174,134 



$8,876,442 



$12 50 



26 42 
ao 77 
60 29 
15 OS 

1 65 

2 65 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



337 



DeKALB COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Af u!es 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchanf^ dealers. 

Corporate componles 

All other personal proi>erty... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation, 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Noi I Valuation, 



268,496 
2.196 



$3,099,364 
347.177 



7.398 

1.169 

66 

30.899 
2,316 

22.033 



$3,446,541 



272,726 



$3,143,251 
351,550 



$3,494,801 



$175,825 

32.439 

2,722 

443,589 

4.912 

74,633 



Total value real i<nd personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



7,149 

1,163 

59 

35,090 
4.204 

25,429 



$210,988 

36,588 

2,900 

557,304 

7,109 

76,217 



,1 



502,839 



90,642 
153.886 



394,616 



242.365 
163,659 



$1,481,487 I ' $1,691,746 



$4,928,028 
797,179 



$5,725,207 



$5,186,547 



779,818 



$5,966,365 



I 






$11 52 



29 60 
31 46 
40 90 
15 20 
1 70 
3 00 



DENT COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property.. 



Total value personal property. 



486.609 
963 



$1,165,211 
208,436 



470.058 



$1,373,647 



$1,288,676 
217,890 



$1,506,566 



3.395 

1.521 

59 

13.852 
6,692 

11,375 



Total value real and personal propertv 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$98,162 

40.312 

2.565 

143,422 

7.791 

18.181 



3,607 

1,614 

63 

14,464 
7,111 

16,579 



247,337 



36,066 
143,797 



$737,633 



$2,111,280 
66.731 



$2,178,011 



$106,491 

50,885 

2,916 

156,953 

8,915 

24.458 



321,624 



31,642 
144,262 



$848,146 



$2,354,712 
65,068 



$2,419,780 



$2 74 



29 52 
31 52 
46 28 
10 85 
1 25 
1 46 



.1 > 



338 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DOUGLAS COUNTY. 



Sahjects of Taxation. 



jrnne 1, 190S, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. f Valuation. 



Jane 1,1908, for taxes 
of Sk 



Na I Valuation. 



I 



2? 



I/and9, acres 
Town lota .. 



Total Talue of real estate. 



Horses 

Miiloi* , 

Aires and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Mocej, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personaP property. 



Total TBlne real and personal property 
Rallrond, bri^ifl^e, telesrraph and tele- 

ghone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



460,089 
218 



4,769 

897 

88 

13.563 

11.446 

11,930 

248 



11,869,976 
45.600 



11,415,676 



$134,072 

25,240 

1.860 

161,649 

17,271 

22,022 

293 

68,337 



8,964 
107,902 



$527,010 



$1,942,586 



469,236 



1,425.001 
43.369 



1,468.370 



6,025 

1.016 

44 

15.637 

13,471 

16,868 

810 



$134,904 

80.664 

1.498 

176,687 

20.133 

27.876 

1,093 

88.898 



9,465 
134.106 



$623,718 



2.092,083 



$8 03 



26 85 

80 18 

84 04 

1122 

149 

165 

1 84 



DUNKIilN COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Keat cattle 

Sheep 

Dogs 

AW other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property 

Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

§hone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



812,899 
3,666 



4,998 

3,411 

22 

17,662 

350 

26,073 

68 



$1,772,940 
682,663 



$2,356,603 



$162,646 

101,144 

1,535 

160.185 

410 

33.480 

2,195 

222,250 



46.950 
325.220 



1,065,964 



$8,411,567 
541.321 



$3,962,888 



330.061 



.5,134 

3,518 

21 

20,065 

334 

27,546 

121 



$1,916,523 
686.450 



$2,601,973 



$137,155 

122,028 

1,475 

189,084 

490 

41,486 

100 

291,825 



77,500 
381.275 



$1,245,418 



$3,847,391 



700,449 



$4,547,840 



$6 62 



26 67 

84 68 

70 23 

9 41 

1 46 

1 60 

82 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



339 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



Subj«3cts of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets *. — 

Kcat cattle.. 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchanf^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. Valuation. 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I Valuation. 



Total value real and personal property 
Kailroad, brldjire, telef?r»ph and tele 

Coe property assessed by fitate 
rd •• 



Total taxable wealth Sn county. 



533,578 
6 646 



6,646 

2,743 

30 

13,537 
3.097 

19,391 



13,937,830 
971,686 



$4,909,615 



1150,447 

79,390 

1,325 

194,648 

4,418 

43,152 



452,235 



353,572 



6,913 
2,834 
31 
3,905 
3,342 
1,118 



146.846 
274,725 



11,347,186 



16,256,701 



1,570,281 



17.826,982 



93.945,106 
1,012,635 



$4,957,740 



$162,485 

83.725 

1,540 

207,421 

4,484 

48,283 



485,730 



142,181 
277,258 



$1,413,107 



$6,370,847 



1,738,001 



$8,108,848 






$7 39 



27 47 
29 54 
49 68 
14 91 

1 34 

2 28 



GASCOTTADB COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mulf^ 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other H\e stock 

Money, bonds »nd notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Kailroad, bridge, telej^raph and tele 

Ehone property assessed by "State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



320.936 



2,996 

1.970 

32 

10.403 
3.064 

11,529 



$1,746,065 
400,285 



$2,146,850 



$89,078 

59,986 

1,342 

116,640 

3,138 

22,883 



747,462 



48,439 
181,267 



$1,270,235 



$3,416,586 



456,157 



$3,872,742 



321,059 



3.193 

2,107 

39 

10,848 
3,231 

12,846 



11,756,057 
417,462 



$2,173,519 



$93,230 

66,840 

1,885 

122,580 

3,267 

26,482 



802.350 



50,374 
194,019 



$1,360,477 



$3,533,996 



508,453 



$4,042,449 



$5 46 



29 20 
81 72 
34 23 
11 29 

1 

2 



01 
06 



340 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



OBNTRY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. I Valuation. 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 



Na I Valuation. 



& 



o< 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



310.417 



$3,779,904 
734,700 



810,216 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses I 10.883 

Mules I 1,300 

Assos and Jennets 110 

K<at cattle 36,719 

Sheep 7,873 

25,119 
66 



$4,514,604 



83,765,360 
752,560 ' 



14.517,920 



Ilogs 

All othei live Block 

Mcney. bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchan^^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



$247,955 

35,805 , 

6,685 1 

529.430 

11.715 

73,725 

85 

1,103,015 



10.385 

1.393 

89 

38.647 

7,837 

25,613 

159 



Total value personal property. 



114.370 
256,3r»5 



Total value real and iiorsonaL property 
Railroad, brld^re, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State! 
oard 



$2,379,140 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$6,893,744 
542.245 



$7,435,989 



$284,730 

42,090 

7.810 

573,688 

11,265 

87.150 

290 

1.143,955 



152.128 
251,520 



$2,554,126 



$7,072,046 
656,775 



$7,628,821 



$12 13 



27 41 

30 22 

82 13 

14 85 

1 43 

3 40 

1 82 



GRBBNB COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



'j'oTal value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

L Gjrs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

r>rokerp and exohanjye dealers. 

Corporate con'panles 

All other pcM-sonal property.. 



416.649 



12,300 

3.675 

104 

28,474 

5,659 

22,361 

2 



$3,474,250 
6,166.019 

$9,640,269 

$279,332^ 

98.124 

4,a50 

.313.399 

6,612 

34,132 

132 

757,570 



416,783 



$3*466,681 
6,282,181 

$97738,862 



12,325 

3.410 

98 

26.713 

5,585 

22.745 

202 



Total value personal property $2,574,743 



341.388 

740,0(»4 ,, 



$340,483 

102.856 

4,350 

329.505 

7.947 

48.959 

350 

925,038 



367.925 I 
987,526 



$3,114,939 



Total valu<* real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, tele^aph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



$12,215,012 
1,438,511 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$13,653,523 



$12,853,801 



1,488,340 



$14,342,141 



$8 25 



27 60 
30 00 
44 00 
12 32 



1 
2 
1 



40 
14 

74 



ABSTKACTS Ul*' ASSESSMENT. 



341 



GRUNDY COUNTY, 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation, 



1 

Landfl, acres 1 273,407 

TowTi lots 



Total value of real estate. 



J 



riorises 

Mules 

A.h^fios and Jenoets 

Noat cattle ? 

, f^heep 

IlOjfS 

All other live stock 

Monev, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers — 

CorpArate comranles 

All other personal property 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by "State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



7,074 

1,152 

93 

28,509 
6,690 

15,889 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuation. 



12,578,108 
973,435 



273,407 



$3,551,543 



1168.423 

30,968 

3.425 

417,169 

7,132 

41.506 

45 

631,361 



$2,613 893 
953,078 



$3,666,971 



7,430 

1,220 

91 

32,072 

8.124 

15,652 

177 



120.8S2 
180,399 



$1,601,279 



$6,152,822 
886,835 



$6,039,657 



$183,603 

32,656 

2,670 

473 916 

8.367 

52,641 

190 

692,835 



121,818 
185,676 

$1,764,371 

$5,821,342 



919.002 
$6,240,344 






$9 66 



24 71 

26 76 

29 33 

14 82 

103 

8 86 

107 



HARBISON COUNTY. 



T/mds, acres 
Town Jots . . 



456,733 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses ' 15,122 

Mules ' 1.717 

Ahses and Jennets ^ 86 

Ncnt cattle 51,042 

Sheep i 12.343 

I»og« ' 33,174 

>1I other live stock 87 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers 

Corporate companies j 

All other personal property ' 



$4,464,756 
669,229 



$"),133,985 



$341,637 

44,545 

5,130 

813.847 

23,226 

102,886 

781 

893,367 



468,933 



$4 445,04) 
'677,721 



Total value personal property. 



127,337 
346,212 



$2,698,968 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In coanty. 



$7,832,963 
367,929 



$8,190,882 



14,678 
1,811 

110 
64,042 
10,565 
38,687 

180 



$5 122,761 



$365, 85S 

49,129 

6,960 

885,717 

20,699 

143,078 

1,384 

1,184,390 



160,600 
202,961 



$3,009,766 



$8,132,527 



367,666 



$8,600,083 



$9 69 



24 93 

27 12 

68 91 

16 39 

1 96 

3 70 

7 70 



34^ 



KKIDRT OF THE STATE AUUITOU. 



UENRY OODNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation. 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I Valuation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



469.839 



Horses 

Mnles 

Asse-s and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs . 

M\ other live stock...* 

Money, hoods and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora tt companies 

All other personal property... 



9,944 

2,503 

60 

29.641 

2.134 
25.784 



|4.36'},910 ' 469,839 
1,203,050 



15,556.960 



$280,000 

82. 23d 

4.685 

390,175 

3,180 

101,605 



753.261 



136,601 
362.325 



14,878,840 
1,373,060 

$6.2fil,900l 



9.901 

2.366 

52 

dt).980 
1.967 

23,179 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, teleifranh nnd tele- 

ghone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



12,114.067 



$7,671,027 

1,012,117 
18.683,144 



1312.015 

79,148 

4.340 

448,035 

3.590 

84.135 



818,655 



135.276 
331.025 



12.216.219 



18.468,119 
1,018,583 



19,486,702 



HICKORY COUNTY. 



St 
9p> 



$10 38 



30 50 
33 20 
88 50 
14 46 
1 86 
3 50 



I.and^, acres I 230,371 

Town lots 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses nod Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

I.Oi2S 

All otbop live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value iiersonal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridfir^, teleRTnnb and tele 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county r,. 



$1,181,230 
91.950 



252.245 



$l,273.l80 



4.760 

1.191 

49 

16,5.31 ' 

5,951 1 

12,156 

566 



$135,124 

30,ol0 

2,735 

230, 1I4 

9,29r. 

24,1^8 

1,6^6 

210,468 



37,9^9 
129,165 



$811,144 



$2,064,324 
53.379 



4.908 

1,182 

54 

18.985 

5.584 

16.793 

407 



$1,192,155 
91,290 



$1,283,445 



$142,082 I 
35.992 I 
4,040 ! 
242,516 
8.351 
44,791 
825 
250,230 



$2,137,703 



37,609 
126,554 > 



$892,890 



$2,176,335 



65,910 



$2,232,245 



$4 73 



28 96 
30 46 
74 81 
12 78 



1 
2 
2 



50 
67 
03 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



M3 



HOLT COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 

of idoe. 



No. f Valuation. 



Jim« 1,1908. for taxes 
of 1904. 



Now I Valuation. 



t 



fir 

as. 

Sd 



r.ands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Totn! value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mulfs ' 

Afines and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Moneji bonds end notes 

Brokers and exchnnice dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total Talue personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brt'^re. telesrmnb and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



279.280 



7.904 

1.967 

33 

18.502 
1.184 

27.4e3 



I3.&79.150 
729.450 



14.806.600 



1170.990 

54.200 

2.570 

271.756 

1.670 

126.860 



925.570 



153.735 
270.750 



n.977.600 



16,286.200 
842.795 



17.128.985 



281.643 



7.66G 

2.100 

86 

22,469 
1.173 

80.949 



18.640.660 
781.525 



$4,872,185 



1201.476 

61.610 

2.510 

332.600 

1.860 

153.260 



968.990 



186,787 
287.720 



$2,146,818 



$6,518,996 



925.767 



$7,444,705 



$12 92 



26 27 
29 88 
69 72 
14 80 
168 
496 



HOWARD COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



lotal value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

.AsFes and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Fogs 

Ail other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora te companies 

AH other personal property,.. 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



288,286 



6,147 

3.081 

97 

17,815 

4,217 

18,326 

64 



$2,897,369 
854,125 



$3,751,494 

$150,255 

97,765 

5,960 

281,565 

8,560 

48.290 

175 

841,920 



158,187 
260.525 



$1,853,202 



$5,604,696 



979.886 



$6,684,632 



289,208 



5,835 

8.229 

102 

19,873 

6,102 

16,123 

3f. 



$2,971,916 
877.815 



$8,849,730 



$157,041 

103,520 

5,306 

8U,080 

10.425 

46,160 

100 

778.786 



144,980 
242,960 



$1,800,346 



$6,650,076 



984,726 



$6,684,802 



$10 81 



26 90 

32 06 

62 00 

15 66 

204 

306 

285 



344 



KErORT OF TUli: STATIi AUDITOK. 



IIOWBLL COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation, 



June 1, 1903. for taxes 
of 1904. 



Now I Valuation. 



U'- 






T 



I.and8, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horse:: 

Mules 

A88PS and Jennets 

Non t cattle 

Sheep 

Ii'>g:s 

All other live stock 

Monpy, bonds and notes 

Drokcrs and exchange dealers. % 

Corprnite companies 

Ail other personal property.... 



Total Talue personal property. 



562,936 



n,785,485 
462,715 



4,6.''.l 

1,439 

6-1 

13,036 
8.459 

14,709 



12,248,200 



1122,124 

42,420 

2.306 

138,956 

8,466 

15,181 



573,623 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



167.000 



88,060 
170,481 



1754,994 



4.658 

1.470 

56 

14,638 
8,247 

20.975 



11,797,165 
497,506 



12.294,670 

$126,728 

48,347 

2,365 

157,607 

8,257 

21,017 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$3,003,194 
706,314 



$3,711,508 



185,134 



76,896 
164,367 

$789,718 



$3,084,388 
719,747 



$3,804,135 



$3 11 



27 00 
82 89 
42 23 
10 76 
1 00 
100 



IRON COUNTY. 



LandB, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules , 

Assos and Jeuiiels , 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

II ogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 

Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Dhone property assessed by State 

board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



333,660 



1.478 
744 
13 
5,650 
2.369 
4,229 



$1,069,705 
334,455 



$1,404,160 



$40,772 

22,676 

1,020 

63.391 

2,881 

5,520 

664 

222.010 



933,316 



$1,206,872 
198,418 



$1,406,290 



1,515 

652 

23 

6.423 

2.395 

6.428 

307 



$41,451 

21,824 

770 

72,129 

2,607 

8,738 

221 

225,182 



10,500 
107.693 



$477,127 



$1,881,287 
651,431 



9,120 , 
107,664 



$489,706 



$2,532,718 



$1,894,996 



668,754 



$2,668,750 



$3 68 



27 36 

33 48 

33 4S 

1122 

109 

1 35 

75 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



345 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1,1908, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation, 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I Valuation. 






5? 



TandB, acres 
Town lots .. 



Tdial value of real estate. 



Horj«tJS 

Mules 

Af-sos nr.d Jennets 

Nei? t cftttle 

Rhc^^p 

II*.|:k 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchan)?e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and persMial property 
Kailroadt brldiire, telegraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



358,990 



18,697,380 
66,114,067 



16.668 
3,114 



25.520 

4,215 

30,338 



m.711.437 



1532,840 
115.718 



408,826 

7,860 

116,046 



6,962,124 



4,649,464 
12,114,723 



123,907,600 



$98,619,037 



10,087,261 



1106,706.288 



368,990 



19,122 
3,320 



114,029.400 
66,636.029 



I80.665.429 



$628,636 
148,981 



29,780 

5,063 

28,998 



488,067 

8,240 

119,142 



4,973,962 



4,362,100 
11,292,461 



|22,0U,668 



1102.576,997 



10.318,134 



1112,896.181 



124 82 



82 87 
44 87 



16 31 
1 63 
4 10 



JASPEB COUNT7. 



lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asfif^s ncd Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hcgs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and cxchnn^e dealers. 

Corporate ccnnpanies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



401,324 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridf?e, telei?raph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



17,0Sl 

1,S03 

64 

23,779 

2.589 

16,799 

351 



15,948,446 
6,667,103 



401,084 



$11,615,648 



1458,386 

62,397 

3,626 

382,910 

3,278 

39,674 

515 

944,130 



702.615 
1.694,370 



$4,292,000 



$15,907,648 



2,063,673 



$17,961,221 



12.242 

2,168 

66 

25,012 
2,671 

16,041 
1,028 



$6,062,215 
6,770,225 



$11,822,440 



$499,599 

72,982 

3.850 

377.053 

3.309 

44.905 

1.258 

958,112 



567.316 
1,894.155 



$16 08 



2S 97 

33 6<j 

5S 33 

15 07 

1 23 

279 

1 25 



$4,422,539 



$16,244,979 



2,174,565 



$18,419,644 



34^ 



KEI*ORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



(subjects of Taxation. 



Lanils. acrps ' 397.247 

Town lots ' 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 

No. I Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



Total value of real estate. 



Ilorsrs 

Mules 

Afsos aid Jennets 

Neat cftt*^lc 

Hlipep 

I rgft 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and cxcbauRe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



5.093 I 
2.246 
61 

16,181 
2.289 

13.622 



12.654,385 ; 
964,700 , 

$3,619,085 ; 

1123,575 ' 
61,670 
1.905 
171,935 
8.576 : 
23,672 I 
210 I, 
668.490 



397,247 



$2,643,460 
957.999 



5,122 

2,263 

58 

16,216 
2.290 

16.519 



87.200 

276.884 



Total value personal property $1,419,117 



$3,601,459 

$137,544 

66.368 

2.065 

168.005 

3.066 

84.075 

220 

728.154 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brldfi^e. telejcraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by fltate 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$5,038,202 I, 



912.958 



102.284 
284.621 



$1,526,412 



$6,951,160 



$5,127,871 



936.631 



$6,064,602 



& 



gc 



$6 65 



26 85 
29 32 
86 60 
10 36 
1 34 
206 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Attses and Jennets ^ 

Nput cattle 

Sheep 

I'.oga 

All other live Ktwk 

Money, 'bonds oud notes 

Krokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora t« companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brldfre. telefn*aph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board ,. 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



517,554 



11,361 

4.022 

134 

33,567 

6,295 

27,724 

353 



$5,502,215 
1,421.815 



$6,924,030 

$335,645 

124,889 

8.740 

530,079 

6,295 

91,135 

230 

1.031,035 



617,563 



12.085 

4,121 

171 

39.560 

6.630 

34.069 

338 



$5,603,780 
1.444,090 



$6,947,870 



221,031 . 
423,805 ;. 



$2,772,884 



$9,696,914 



1.190.890 



$10,887,804 



$374,390 

144.675 

9.065 

576.135 

5,630 

109.420 

210 

1,247,165 



205.306 
551.355 



$3,223,861 



$10,171,221 



1.260.810 



$11,421,631 



$10 63 



30 97 
85 10 
63 00 
14 56 
00 
21 
62 



1 
3 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT 



347 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
ot 1903. 



No. f Valuation. 



June 1, ld03, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. j Valuation. 






o < 



)iandn, acres I 319,7.56 

Town lots ' 



Total v.*ilue of real estate. 



If orses 

Mules 

Ahsf}9 and Jenr.ets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Kogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nud notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by fitate 
board / 



Total taxable wealth in county. 






12,516,603 
232,465 



$2,749,068 



5.642 

1,279 

41 

2i.l80 
1.668 

L.»,464 



1184,587 

33,324 

2,400 

329,175 

4,814 

35,018 

> • • • • • ■ 

424.370 



78,677 
131.803 



321,103 



12,518,135 
267,206 



12,786,340 



6,807 

1,276 

84 

25,886 

5,663 

15.311 

189 



$1,174,068 



$3,923,136 
490,742 



$4,413,878 



$146,593 

34,526 

3,670 

861,355 

6,252 

41,396 

353 

516.059 



68,177 
166.832 



$1,345,215 



$4,130,555 
512,455 



$4,643,010 



$7 84 



25 24 
27 06 
43 69 
13 96 

1 10 

2 70 
1 87 



LACLBDB COUNTY. 



I^nds, acres 436.583 

Town lots ' 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

i^Kses and Jennets 

N«»« t cattle 

Sheep 

llcgs ... 

Ail other 'ivi> stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

r.rokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpornt" companies , 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value rAal and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele-| 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



5,503 

1,494 

120 

15.217 

10,232 

14,552 

114 



$1,478,291 
315,915 



$1,794,2:6 



$144:694 

43,945 

3.471 

209,014 

14,910 

25,729 

127 

119,049 



26,931 
134,720 



$722,590 



$2,516,796 
C01.747 



$3,018,543 



425,100 



$1,510,535 
310,440 



5.810 

1,679 

110 

18,171 

11,010 

18.190 

86 



$1,820,975 



$159,128 

54,222 

2,924 

228,396 

14,953 

31,024 

111 

138,458 



27,191 
134,795 



$791,202 



$2,612,177 



613,567 



$3,125,744 



$3 65 



27 38 
32 29 
26 59 
12 55 
35 
70 
29 



1 
1 
1 



348 



UliPOkT Ob' THE STATE AUDITUK. 



LAFAYETTE COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902* for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



I? 



LaodF, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neet catile 

Sheep 

Hogs : 

All other live stock 

Moroy, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora*:e companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



387,271 



4.l<9 



Total value real and personal proper t.v 
Railroad, l)ridffe, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
ooard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



11,126 

4,303 

106 

28,778 
3,748 

32,774 



15,351,315 
1,546.065 



$6,897,380 



$340,315 

145,953 

7,740 

470,165 

6,070 

92,000 



871,200 



320,950 
570.570 



$2,824,963 



$9,722,343 
1.413,915 



$11,136,258 



387.271 



10.835 

4,707 

106 

33,561 
3,601 

30,229 



$5,386,325 
1.545.156 



$6,931,480 



$319,505 
164.174 

6.785 
551.500 

6,535 
111.195 



985.280 



303,057 
541,510 



$2,989,541 



$9,921,021 



1.481.932 



$11,402,953 



$13 90 



29 49 
34 83 
64 00 
16 43 
1 SI 
3 67 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Af'S*»8 and Jennets 

N( at caHle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Monev, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Cnrpornte companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 

Railroad, bridfire, telegraph and tele- 

Dhone property assessed by Stat' 

board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 
» I 'I 



888.502 



$3,064,229 
904.564 



$3,968,793 



8.839 

2,752 

83 

17,089 

3,015 

15.991 

87 



$228,775 

80.491 

3.780 

222,343 

3,862 

40.121 

80 

770,331 



388.804 



157.025 
395.115 



$1,901,923 



$5,870,716 



563,093 



$6,433,809 



9,108 

3.111 

93 

18,007 

2,921 

16.935 

325 



$3,001,291 
908,623 



$3.9C9.914 



$243,386 

94,774 

4,655 

237,736 

3.213 

46.112 

495 

645,368 



154.433 
400.666 



$1,830,838 



$5,740,752 



582.615 



$6,323,367 



$7 73 



26 72 
30 40 
50 00 
13 20 

1 10 

2 72 
1 52 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



349 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



HorHC'K 

Mules 

Aftses aud Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Ffogs < 

All other live stock 

Mon\:y, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchann^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



LBWI8 COUNTY. 



June 1,1908, for taxes 
of IMS. 



No. I Valuation. 



Jnn« 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 19k 



No. I Valuation. 



Total value personal property 

Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



319,380 



6.350 

1,592 

41 

19,256 

8,240 

12,785 

23 



12.534,696 
610,860 



$3,145,465 

1155,265 

41,266 

3.110 

281,362 

8.750 

49,410 

25 

601,765 



819,330 



128.620 
238,906 



$1,608,447 



$4,663,902 
495,197 



16,149,099 



6,741 

1,640 

51 

22,064 

9,642 

16,303 

86 



$2,628,970 
616,690 



$3,144,660 



$186,710 

60,236 

2,906 

328,020 

10.060 

70,836 

86 

706,105 



106,214 
274,630 



$1,734,299 



$4,878,969 



612,360 



$6,891,309 



I 



. o ^ 



$7 91 



27 70 
30 63 

67 00 
14 87 



1 
4 
1 



04 
59 
00 



LINCOLN COtJNTT. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horseri 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Fogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Coi porate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property 

Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by "State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



399,811 



6,973 

1,090 

11 

17,356 
4,636 

17.642 



$3,103,640 
392,720 



$3.4%,360 



$171,530 

33,826 

850 

252.755 

6,570 

48,360 



493,136 



60,861 
189,146 



$1,247,0U 



$4,743,871 



615,867 



$6,269,288 



390,811 



6.504 

1,067 

13 

18.435 
4,111 

16,785 



$3,158,56) 
391,460 



$3,550,020 

$162,510 

34.485 

1,066 

267,790 

5,666 

47,636 



582,505 



66,193 
179,906 



$1,337,753 



$4,887,773 



518,913 



$6,406,686 



$8 OS 



24 98 
32 31 
81 92 
14 62 

1 37 

2 83 



35^ 



llEPOkT OP THE STATE AUDltOft. 



LINN COUNTT. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, .teres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



HCIFW 

Mules 

Arses nnd Jciin*»te 

Nest cattle 

feheep 

I'cgs . ...# 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealera. 

Corponi te companies 

All other personal property... 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. j Valuation. 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuatioji. 



375,181 I 



$3,178,377 , 
1,242,901 ;. 



384,231 



9,217 

1,313 

37 

33,512 

8,499 

12,728 

49 



$4,421,278 



1196,108 

34,477 

1,677 

430,850 

9,232 

25,747 

2.346 

420,544 



9,877 

1,197 

40 

44,146 

7,908 

16,304 

374 



$3,571,027 
1,264,752 

"$r835,779 



220.066 
248,191 



Total value personal property $1,588,238 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brid{i:e, telegraph and tele- 

Ebone property assessed by fitatf 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county $6,891,477 




$6,009,516 



881,961 



$248,424 

33,187 

2,625 

531,873 

9.227 

42,535 

982 

471.386 



223.115 
255.247 



$1,818,601 



$6,654,380 



890.386 



$7,544,766 



& 






$9 ao 



25 15 

27 72 
66 63 
12 04 

1 17 

2 61 
2 62 



LIVINGSTON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres ' 330,019 

"iown lots 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Apaes and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

1 • ogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate coir-panlcs 

All other peraonal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telefirraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$3,054,063 
1,074,112 



334,902 



$1,128,175 



$3,309,765 
1,141,701 



$4,451,466 



164.740 
246,609 



$1,610,863 



$5,739,038 
1,201,044 



ir)0,989 
292,328 



$6,940,082 



$1,673,238 
$6,124,704 



1.236.954 



$7,361,658 



$9 88 



9.115 


$23::, 107 


9.789 


$256,374 


26 18 


1.008 


27,221 


1,321 


38.750 


29 32 


31 


1,256 


52 


2,S05 


44 S3 


25.038 


383.692 


29.012 


412.516 


14 22 


4.569 


5,891 


5,293 


7,728 


1 46 


18.573 


51.641 


22,910 


59.320 


2 58 


148 


1,307 
493,400 


65 



612 
452.310 


9 41 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



35t 



Mcdonald county. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June ltldOe,for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1,1903. for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 1 Valuation. 



C.5> 






Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Nftat cnttlr 

8heep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exrhanxe dealers. 

Corpora te companies 

All olher personal property... 



Total Tftlue personal property. 



2?5,730 



Total yalne real and personal property 
Ballroad, brl<^, telefrrapb and tele- 
phone property assessed by. State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



4,34n 

1,220 

46 

13,397 

4.639 

13,957 

137 



$1,060,627 

117,802 



$1,178,429 



$111,852 

34,653 

1,506 

149.197 

4.639 

16.004 

140 

80,559 



21.938 
120,353 



$540,840 



$1,719,269 



301,175 



$2,020,444 



302,643 



4^72 

1,304 

30 

14,871 

5.038 

14,363 

242 



$1,275,224 
119.312 



$1,394,536 



$112,520 

36,025 

1.230 

164,119 

5,038 

18.027 

222 

95.864 



25.732 
99,793 



$558,570 



$1,953,106 



306.213 



$2,259,319 



$3 30 



25 00 
27 60 
41 00 
10 80 



1 
1 



00 
40 
70 



MACON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horees 

Mules 

Abses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hog? 

All other live stock 

Moncv, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchan^^ dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property.., 



Total value personal property. 



533.414 



$5,950,246 
1.259.990 



$7,210,236 



12,50r> 

2,833 

218 

33.403 
7.r»9l 

16.911 



$329,185 

77,505 

9,525 

520,315 

11,290 

41,795 



725,190 



179.119 
436,815 



Total valne real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$2,330,739 



$9,540,975 
1,505.482 



$11,046,457 



534,873 



13.498 

3,384 

223 

43,057 
8,055 

2^1.782 



$5,946,773 
1.282,846 



$7,229,619 



$410,506 

102.960 

8,540 

665.100 

12.425 

63.275 



r56,179 



166.303 
404.386 



$2,589,673 



$9,819,292 



1.545.C80 



$11,364,372 



$8 11 



30 41 
30 42 
38 29 
16 44 

1 64 

2 56 



35^ 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MADISON COUNTT. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Jane 1,1908. for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. f Valuation. 



June l,19(RLfor taxe^ 
of ^. 



No. f Valuation. 



E 



5> 



I ands, .icres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Uon35i ' 

Mules 

Af4B(*B and Jeunets 

Neat en ttle. . . # 

Sheep 

HoKs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies ^ 

All other personal property... 



293.615 



Total yalue personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telefrraph and tele- 

£bone property assessed by State 
y, 



>ard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



2,215 
1,102 

34 
9.118 
3.223 
8,647 

73 



11,028,545 
324.695 



11,353,140 



$62,935 

80,980 

1,870 

102.776 

3,733 

12.593 

68 

96,622 



88,147 
125,717 



1525,440 



11,878.680 



235,896 



12,114,478 



289.351 



2,310 
1,244 

33 
9.247 
2.961 
9,716 

SO 



11,061,240 
878,700 



$1,434,940 



$66,770 

41.925 

1.730 

102.636 

3.822 

13.488 

83 

115.560 



161.064 
129,697 



$636,175 



$2,071,116 



247,002 



$2,318,117 



$8 66 



28 63 
82 70 
52 42 
11 08 
1 11 



1 
1 



02 



MARIES COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

MwB and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

8beep 

IfogR 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpora te companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



329,362 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone proi>erty assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



5,231 

2,789 

26 

13,037 

6.942 

12,923 

198 



$1,061,085 
64,450 



$1,145,535 



113,923 

78.204 

995 

143.748 

10,3(j0 

12.923 

187 

164,839 



10,500 
53.690 



$595,309 



$1,740,844 
12.938 



$1,768,782 



829,522 



3,129 

1.710 

31 

14,344 

6,390 

15,679 

206 



$1,103,224 
77.360 



$1,180,674 



$75,643 

64,964 

1.265 

153.378 

6.390 

16.679 

1S6 

210.288 



21,263 
48.129 



$587,070 



$1,767,644 



68.649 



$1,836,298 



$S 34 



24 04 
31 55 
40 80 
10 69 



1 

1 



00 
00 
90 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



353 



MARION COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 1903. 



Na f Valuation, 



June 1, 190ft, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Now 



Valuation. 



e 



5?r 

fits' 

if 



Lands, acrej- 
Town lots .. 



Total value of leal estate. 



Hoi-ses 

Mules 

Aes4^s and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money* bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total yalue personal property. 



276,212 



6,223 

1,017 

42 

12.811 
6,905 

10.422 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by 'State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



13,044,327 
2,790,940 



16,835,267 



276.212 



$156,590 

81,020 

2,210 

185,396 

14,245 

38.000 



6.25S 

1,010 

46 

13,022 
7,356 

10.200 



737,490 



390.830 
484.855 



12,040,635 



$7,875,902 



1,446.987 



19,822,889 



$3,107,160 
3,002,260 



$6,109,420 



$162,635 

33,046 

2,365 

201,215 

15.165 

40,850 



780.826 



360,500 
503,812 



$2,100,402 



$8,209,822 



1,468,203 



$9,678,026 



$11 24 



25 82 
32 71 
61 19 
15 46 
206 
400 



MERCER COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Bhcep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All ether personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



285,505 



7,698 

802 

33 

82,383 

3,207 

13,863 



$2,858,231 
206,445 



$3,064,676 



$216,535 
24.404 

A, wOU 

610,831 

6,436 

43,585 

420 

295,600 



286,786 



$2,993,553 
203,200 



$8,196,763 



7.255 

853 

30 

84.864 

2.977 

14.852 



39,275 
138,936 



$1,278,261 



$4,342,927 
607,350 



$4,860,277 



$159,356 

30,830 

1,992 

643,346 

7,155 

69,785 



862,341 



46.023 
153.120 



$1,363,948 



$4,660,701 



610,246 



$6,070,947 



$9 {Kj 



27 47 
36 14 
66 40 
15 58 
2 40 
4 02 



3S4 



kEPOkT OF THE STATE AUDITOR* 



kiLLfiB couNrt. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



ivtke 1,1908. for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. I Valuation. 



iuhe It 1903. for taxee 
of 1901 



\t 



No. 






Valuation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses j . . 

Mules , 

Asaos nnd Jennets 

Neat cattle , 

S^heep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property.., 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



365.514 



5,120 

1,362 

41 

17,688 

10.3S*0 

12,651 



$1)441,840 
155,0(6 



n,596,S45 



$116,456 

33.660 

1,475 

183,870 

12,6.% 

20,975 

.110 

308,980 



47,331 
123,715 



$849,226 



$2,446,071 



103,867 



$2,549,938 



384,6.16 



$1,143,555 
183.106 



$1,626,660 



5,126 

1,534 

35 

19,515 

10.914 

16,125 



$139,680 

46,M6 

1.445 

201,035 

12.105 

29, %0 



339 .980 



46.784 
150,160 



$967,594 



$2,594,254 



125,736 



$2,719,990 



$3 75 



27 2i 
30 31 
41 28 
10 ?0 



10 
73 



MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules I 

Aesos and Jennets 

Neat cattle < 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corpo rate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Bailroad. bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



259,873 



2.001 

3,235 

20 

i0,333 

91 

14,013 

7 



$1,386,785 
397,580 



$1,784,365 



$57,100 

93,3«0 

1,^9?. 

101,073 

140 

22,457 

55 

165,680 



87,854 
208,718 



$737,832 



$2,522,197 



642,298 



$3,064,496 



259, H90 



2,042 

3,560 

23 

10,976 

281 

13,750 

10 



$1,396,300 
412,955 



$1,806,256 



$62,135 

123.948 

1.465 

100,701 

346 

24,707 

96 

176,264 



91.566 
200.427 



$781,632 



$2,589,887 



601,798 



$3,191,686 



$5 36 



• ••■••« 



30 42 
84 82 
63 70 
9 17 
1 22 
1 79 
9 50 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



355 



MONITEAU COUNTY. 



Sabjectfl of Taxation. 



Jane l,lJX)2,for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1B04. 



No. 



Valuation. 



& 






I.nnds, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Mone.v, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



258,410 



5,311 

1,1K)6 

77 

13,743 
2,552 

15,140 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$1,199,870 
620,440 



12.420,310 



1124,256 

54,600 

3,350 

158,280 

5,120 

84,330 



823,290 



125,991 
262,615 



11,591,922 



$4,012,232 



719,478 



$4,731,710 



258,410 



5,144 

2,318 

61* 

16,549 
2.665 

18,938 



$1,816,280 
633,580 



$2,449,860 



$129,016 

61,545 

3,310 

198,874 

4.380 

42,700 



845.155 



113,214 
262,530 



$1,660,724 



$4,110,584 



755,159 



$4,865,743 



$7 OS 



25 08 

26 24 
47 7S 
12 01 

1 64 

2 30 



MONROC COUNTY. 



I.nnd<i. ni'i't'E. 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses ......'. 

Mules 

Asses and JeDoets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and note» 

Brokers and e.\change dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



421,627 



8,033 

2.847 

150 

21,515 

19,778 

16,407 



$3,844,082 
616,520 



$4,460,602 



$207,2^0 

80,5?0 

9.460 

312,360 

31,830 

51,620 



945,870 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

ghone property assessed by Statf 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



179,608 
203,340 



$2,021,888 



$6,482,490 
703,619 



$7,186,109 



422,033 



$3,811,900 
630,440 



8,704 

3,099 

121 

25,720 

2^,189 

19.465 



$1,442,340 



$243,660 

86.390 

7,850 

383,310 

33,480 

61,030 



999,580 



166,153 
208,170 



$2,189,623 



$6,631,963 



705,406 



$7,337,369 



$9 o:^ 



28 00 
28 00 
66 00 
15 00 
1 50 
3 10 



356 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MONTGOMDRY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat ca ttle. , 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokerc and exchange dealers. 

Corpora to companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



JunB 1,1902. for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, orldge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by Stat< 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



334,665 



4,S19 

1,737 

65 

16,592 

5,755 

16,r43 

274 



Valuation. 



Jan« 1, 1908. for taxes 
of U04. 



No. 



Valuation. 



12,439,135 
517,665 



$2,956,850 



$143,995 

50,184 

1,920 

243,470 

12.590 

46,305 

475 

465,580 



83,260 
214,330 



$1,262,109 



$4,218,969 
724,479 



$4,943,438 



334,658 



5.193 

1,767 

77 

18,420 

4.885 

19,212 

446 



$2,438,745 
519,350 



$2,958,016 



$li>8,035 

59.603 

2,570 

276.017 

9,455 

59,130 

585 

561,655 



82,420 
251,030 



$1,460,400 



$4,418,495 



736.766 I 



$6,155,260 




$7 28 



30 43 

33 n 

33 16 

14 9i» 

1 96 

3 07 

1 31 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses , 

Mules 

Asses and .Tcnnets 

Neat cattle 

Sbeep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Monoy, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



386,730 



4,520 
1,920 

81 

13,508 

5,896 

182 



$1,537,100 
154,835 



$1,691,935 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$115,715 

50.760 

3,235 

187,817 

7,196 

21,651 

185 

233.900 



37,252 
94,476 



$752,187 



$2,444,122 
233,529 



386,600 



4,759 
2,026 

86 

10,281 

5,944 

9,7S9 

93 



$1.C46,275 
161,915 

$1JOS,190^ 

TSmio 

56,985 

3,190 

156,230 

7,416 

26,469 

100 

297.655 



32,095 
96,610 



$804,060 



$2,677,651 



$2,512,250 



243,865 



$2,756,116 



$3 9d 



26 77 
28 12 
87 09 
15 25 

1 24 

2 70 
1 07 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



357. 



NBW MADRID COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



TjandB, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules < 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle , 

Sheep 

Fiogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1, ISOe, for taxes 
of IMS. 



No. 



Valuation. 



Jun« 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 190L 



No. 



Valuation. 



424,9Ci^ 



^.046.987 
208,331 



$2.2S5,318 



2,016 
2.69-1 

16 i 
9,768 
»93 
11.364. 



144,485 
68.409 

560 
61,344 

540 
13,379 



I 



70,365 



29,996 
85.536 



42S,46'J 



11,917,135 
234,815 



$2,151,960 



2.226 
2,946 
17 
10.834 ; 

456 
13.721 



$374,613 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Khoue property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$2,629,931 
579,383 



$3,209,314 



$50,240 
71,110 

520 
68,956 

640 
14.204 



82,080 



35,340 
95,601 



$418,691 



$2,570,641 



839,815 



$3,410,456 



i 



JSgl 






►1& 
9P 



$4 46 



22 56 

24 13 

30 60 

6 36 

1 40 

1 03 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



liands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



399,846 



$3,303,130 
552.600 



8,50G 
1,383 
63 



Horst^ 

Mules 

Aftses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 15.563 

Sheep I G02 

ITogs 10.323 

All other live stock 225 

Mon<»y. bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property 



$3,855,630 



$187,846 

35,645 

1,935 

202,205 

676 

27.026 

705 

384,615 



361.69S 



$3,242,630 
731,380 



8,77'> 

1,47" 

5J 

17.49: 

4ol 

11,3S^ 

bi 



$3,974,010 



$2i2,010 

39,140 

1.665 

226.592 

535 

28,624 

205 

375.515 



61,474 
317,820 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,219,944 



78.390 
309.273 



$5,075,574 
925,801 



$1,271,949 



$6,001,376 



$6,245,959 
946,409 



$6,192,868 



$9 21 



24 15 
2G 49 
31 41 
12 94 

1 18 

2 51 

3 06 



358 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



NODAWAY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation. 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1901 



No. I Valuation. 



i 



©3* 
* ^» 



Land?, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules , 

Asnes and Jennets , 

Keat cattle 

Sboop 

Hosts 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exehanj^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



547.605 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telefrraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county, 



36,42.5 

2,»'4S 

65 

64,964 

3.187 

54,651 

614 



$6,401,709 
1.209,830 



$7,611,539 



$122, 4*57 

74.431 

3,514 

898.871 

3.523 

127,679 

600 

1 081,833 



331,019 
351,872 



$3,295,842 



$10,907,381 



1,253,900 



$12,161,281 



554,360 



$6,806,035 
1,268,968 



$8,075,003 



16,429 

2,473 

81 

65,141 

2.877 

57,564 

976 



$410,846 

75.028 

3,040 

837,327 

2,818 

146,493 

913 

896,269 



301.545 
363,052 



$3,037,331 



$11,112,334 



1,327,091 



$12,439,425 



$12 27 



25 00 
30 33 
36 19 
12 85 

97 
2 '•>4 

93 



OREGON COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Aftses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Iloes 

All other live stock 

Money, bondn and notes 

Brokers and ezchanxe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



460,847 



3,422 

1,312 

23 

12.803 
3. 802 

14.965 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,245,124 
187,335 



$1,432,449 



$69,211 

32,392 

4S5 

118.861 

3.832 

14,965 



484.298 



3,466 

1,320 

33 

17.543 

3,679 

16,918 

6 



$1,244,118 
206,470 



$1,450,588 



50,819 



13,430 
115,262 



$419,257 



$1,851,706 



213,478 



$2,065,184 



$70,375 

33.682 

725 

174,534 

3,679 

16,918 

3 

51,664 



11,787 
117,749 



$481,116 



$1,931,704 



215,812 



$2,147,516 



$2 57 



20 30 

25 50 

22 00 

9 90 

1 00 

1 00 

50 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



359 



OSAGE COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



& 



SB' 

: Sp 



Landft, acres 
Town !ots . . 



Total yalue of real estate. 



Horses , 

Mules 

>esen and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

FiOgS 

All other lire stock 

Money, bondg and notes 

BrokerM and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Bhone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county, 



368.727 



$1,911,295 
203.270 



12,174,565 



8,183 

2.562 

30 

13.329 
3.660 

14,832 



179.225 

78.560 

1,445 

169.334 

4.672 

26.458 

6.345 

528.8^ 



15.386 
154.064 



$1,064,323 



$3,238,888 



529.754 



$3,768,642 



368.727 



3.224 

2,676 

23 

14,522 
3.678 

15.672 



$1,909,215 
274.530 



$2,183,745 



$90,720 

94,445 

1,510 

164,059 

4,694 

2S,748 

6,987 

595,190 



14.109 
146.051 



$1,146,613 



$3,330,258 



740.186 



$4,070,444 



$6 IS 



27 29 
35 21) 
65 65 
1^ 20 
1 27 
1 83 



OZARK COUNTY. 



I<ands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and noies 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

rorx>orate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



818,478 



3,017 

788 

24 

16.551 

5.990 

9.453 



Total value real and personal propertv 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 

Khone property assessed by .Stat 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$829,773 
10.156 



$839,929 



$82,975 

22,970 

1.720 

18«.786 

8,804 

15,928 



45.267 



7.343 
96.243 



$468.,036 



$1,307,965 



843,755 



3,094 

874 

2') 

18,258 

6.240 

15,099 

7 



$801,984 
8.573 



$1^10.667 



186.334 

27.951 

1.710 

211.141 

9.947 

28.029 

65 

49.693 



6.514 
100,320 



$521,704 



$1,332,261 



56 



$1,332,317 



$2 33 



27 90 
31 98 
68 40 
11 56 



1 
1 
9 



59 

85 
28 



36o 



R£PORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



PEMISCOT COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Phe<»p 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by Statf 
board 



Total taxable wealth }n county. 



June 1, UC8, for taxes 
of IMS. 



No. 



Valuation, 



June 1| ISOMor tazey 



No. I Valuation. 



299,438 



2,467 

2,957 

26 

12,797 

440 

12,945 

229 



11.460,200 
289,535 



11,739,735 



$71,072 

100,638 

1,665 

1.^,876 

878 

24,054 

818 

111,093 



56,164 
435,552 



9932,710 



$2,672,445 



883.285 



13.055,730 



299.279 



2,382 

3,234 

25 

15,334 

361 

19,980 

218 



$1,514,366 
342,670 



$1,857,025 



$59,490 

109,407 

1.420 

164,138 

676 

39,700 

273 

125,765 



61.680 
474,520 



$1,027,069 



$2,884,094 



446,121 



$3,330,215 



e 






z^: 






$5 06 



24 98 

34 85 

66 80 

10 05 

1 92 

1 98 

1 25 



PERRY COUNTY. 



I^ands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jeiiuets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

llegs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



295,750 



4,357 

2.423 

34 

10.633 
6.717 

23.076 



$1,464,965 
249,705 



$1,714,670 



$109,966 

67,948 

1.480 

102.921 

8.492 

32.820 

6,539 

754,380 



293,750 



18.200 
227,747 



$1,330,493 



$3,045,163 



62.206 



$3,097,369 



4.377 

2.536 

43 

10,958 
7,121 

24,625 



$1,473,230 
257.266 



$1,730,496 



$124,250 

77,758 

1,680 

108.840 

■9,162 

33.915 

7,011 

791.227 



23.247 
234.532 



$1,411,122 



$3,141,617 



54.072 



$3,195,689 



$4 98 



28 38 

30 66 

39 07 

9 88 

1 % 

1 37 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



361 



PETTIS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1,1902. for taxes 
of ^03. 



No. 



Valuation. 



Jun^ 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuation. 



E 







Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total yalue of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep < 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and cxchanRe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by Statf 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



426,900 



$5,089,040 
3.213.690 



18.302.730 



9.981 

3ai9 

82 

29,525 

4,474 

21,997 

15 



1263.904 

99,235 

4,355 

486.264 

7.950 

63.685 

375 

554,755 



403,408 
400.880 



$2,284,811 



110.587,541 



1.356,780 



$11*944,321 



426,900 



$5,148,820 
3.191.140 



10.415 

3,397 

132 

35.568 

4,797 

23,467 

313 



$8,339,960 



$286,065 

105,610 

6.060 

536,516 

7.671 

79.041 

7.545 

665,834 



385,560 
401.952 



$2,481,854 
'ilO.821.814 

1.403.771 
'$12,225,585 



$11 80 



27 46 
31 10 
46 00 
15 07 



1 
3 



60 
36 



24 10 



PHELPS COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Absps and Jeunets 

Neat cattle , 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



892,929 



Total value real and pers(mal property 
Railroad, brlclffe, telef?raph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



3.474 

1,145 

71 

13.030 

6.311 

9.417 

314 



$1,469,973 
382.755 



$1,852,728 



393,459 



$80,888 

32.014 

1,747 

169.122 

6,674 

12,779 

284 

223,905 



3,441 

1,296 

66 

15,103 

6,772 

13,624 

313 



$1,412,984 
382,107 



$1,795,091 



94,477 I 
93.807 I, 



$715,697 



$2,568,425 



451.801 



$3,020,226 



$96,549 

43,030 

2,000 

178.720 

7,343 

19,859 

389 

137,557 



84,479 
59,591 



$629,517 



$2,424,608 



462,524 



$2,887,132 



$3 73 



28 01 

33 30 

30 30 

11 83 

1 11 

1 44 

1 21 



362 



RErOKT OF TUE STATE AUDITOR. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Jane 1, 1902, for taxes 
of ld03. 



No. ( Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



Lands, acres ' 421,939 

Town lots 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Nrat cattle , 

Sheep 

1 1 ogs 

All other live stock 

A(onf:3', bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

< 'orporate companies 

All other personal property... 



7.448 

1,617 

261 

16.769 
7.740 

15,037 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brldfr<^, telof^aph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
botird 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$4,162,252 
1,434,090 



$5,696,342 



$227,740 
53.091 
11,990 
278,910 
17,240 
60,750 



427.286 



112.203 
525,408 



$1,714,618 



$7,310,960 
1,354,595 



421,419 



7,430 

2,132 

249 

?0,041 

8,270 
17,820 



$8,665,555 



$5,088,350 
1,662.280 



$6,760,630 



$228,008 
75.627 
21,450 
300,470 
17.910 
68.160 



683. a^ 



91,260 
583,680 



$2,069,915 



$8,820,545 
1.366,461 



$10,187,006 



go- 



$12 70 



30 40 
3r> 10 
86 UO 
15 00 

2 00 

3 82 



PLATTE COUNTY. 



liands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Aeses .nnd JcDnets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

nogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notos 

Brokers and exchanjye dealers. 

Corporate corapan'es 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



257.913 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brldpre, telej^raph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county 



5,384 

3,095 



s.^-) 



13,018 

3.364 

14,608 

231 



$3,218,710 
417,730 



$3,636,440 



259,009 



$144,840 j 

87,096 

3,940 

214.370 

4.. 550 

43,310 

370 

666,155 



5.272 

2,159 

67 

14,6'S2 

3,6.39 

16,113 

62 



$3,594,730 
444,660 



$1,039,380 




112.336 I 
202,6,35 



$1,479,602 



$5,116,042 
1,195,343 



$6,311,385 



$155,270 

76,512 

4,825 

239.200 

5.105 

48.180 

70 

589,473 



112,249 

187,745 



$1,418,629 



$5,458,009 
1,249.999 



$6,708,008 



$1S S7 



29 45 
d5 44 
72 00 
16 32 

1 38 

2 99 
1 12 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



363 



rOLK COUNTY. 



Sabjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total yalue of real estate. 



Horses 

Moleff 

j\Gth*s and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheop 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total valae personal property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of ld03. 



No. [ Valuation. 






June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Na I Valuation. 



403,795 



$2,134,080 
631.720 



|2,Ce5,800 



8.111 

2,029 

110 

20,724 
7,752 

21,250 



$238,060 

61,128 

6,915 

305,018 

11,885 

49,233 



406, .359 



450,907 



8,535 

102 

21,717 

0,230 

27.984 



$2.1.'i4.450 
535,776 



$2,690,225 



$240,327 

76,554 

6,220 

297,150 

10,210 

52.295 



Total value real and personal property, 

Railroad, bridfife, telefrrapb and tele-' 

phone property assessed by State 

board 1 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



56.596 
282,733 



$1,461,475 



$4,127,275 
451,771 



$4,579,046 



598,305 



63.246 
312,275 



$1,656,882 



$4,347,107 



464,256 
$4,811,363 









$5 30 



28 23 
S3 95 
61 0() 
13 68 
1 10 
1 90 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

• A(sett and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and eichariffe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other pei*sonal property.., 



265,470 



3.387 

896 

53 

12,921 

7,744 
7,.S94 



$898,595 
167,965 

$1,066,560 



$78,425 

20.895 

1,110 

146,725 

9,175 

11,720 



269,825 



3,503 

967 

49 

13,610 

8,681 

12,156 



$929,205 
178,260 



$1,107,465 



121,880 



$82,275 

24,6.'^0 

1,.T80 

146,790 
10,465 
18,385 



124,420 



Total value personal property 

Total vainc real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, tele^rrnph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



41,800 
99,300 



$531,030 



44,121 
102 J06 



$555,191 



$1,597,590 
449,885 



$2,047,475 



$1,662,656 
460,455 



$2,123,111 



$3 44 



23 48 
25 38 
28 16 
10 78 
1 20 
1 51 



364 



R£POBT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Moles 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep : 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Jane l,liX)2,for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. r Valuation. 



June 1, IMS, for 
of 1901 



No. r Valuation. 






329.263 
^ 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



9.333 

1,121 

67 

33,877 

7,636 

11,9?H 

205 



$2,499,643 
271,686 



335,783 



$2,584,597 
320,515 



$2,771,329 !■ 



$210,776 I 
27,421 ■ 
2,505 
442.806 
9,222 i 
20,708 
242 
258,402 :. 



9.480 

1,131 

60 

37,151 

7,709 

14,839 

296 



$2,906,112 



111,170 
129,735 



$1,212,986 



$3,984,316 
353.353 



$4,337,668 



$233,348 

30,291 

2.405 

600,150 

8,362 

37,005 

340 

311,319 



99.015 
147,294 



$1,369,529 



$4,274,641 



368,386 



$4,64S,027 



53- 

: t^c 
•i 5? 



$7 65 



24 61 
26 78 
40 01 
13 46 

1 OS 

2 49 
1 15 



RALLS COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

A&ses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



302,917 



4,054 
1,071 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by 'State 
oard 



72 



13,699 
8,037 
8.171 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$3,069,396 
249.520 



$3,318,916 



$119,645 

33,075 

3,500 

198.460 

12,895 

24,625 



302,490 



387,505 



55,920 
123,706 



$959,330 



$4,278,246 
632,349 



$4,910,595 



3,864 

1,069 

58 

14,504 

7,467 

7,585 

6 



$3,218,120 
255,380 



$3,473,500 



$121,035 

3^,975 

2,890 

206,090 

12,345 

27,235 

30 

449,355 



53,190 
122,615 



$1,031,360 



$4,504,860 
634.398 



$6,139,258 > 



$10 00 



30 70 

:J3 65 

49 00 

14 15 

1 65 

3 59 

6 00 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



365 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total yalue of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Monfjp bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property.., 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1902. for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. [ Valuation. 



June 1,1908. for taxes 
of 1901. 



No. 



Valuation, 



30&,a00 



$3,013,460 
1,581,700 



306,200 



C.667 
1,502 
106 
14.843 
6.373 
8,878 



14.695,160 



$204,355 

46,652 

7,235 

226,176 

15,270 

31,380 



444,723 



Total value real and persrmnl property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



116,004 
325.305 



7,230 

1.678 

159 

19,874 
7,470 

10,367 



$3,366,404 
1,721,138 



$5,087,542 



$1,417,100 



$6,012,260 
1,424,702 



$7,436,962 



$216,392 

62,480 

9,705 

331,380 

14.680 

39,845 



496,610 



113,250 
366.080 



$1 650,322 



$6,737,864 
1,447,631 



$8,185,496 






$11 04 



29 93 
87 23 
60 40 
16 74 
1 96 
8 84 



RAY COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Aseos nud Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Biokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



353,798 



$3,S06.620 

680,272 



9,981 

3,654 

139 

27.400 
4,326 

40.442 



$4,485,892 



$290, 26S 
117,748 

6,9^5 
456.561) 

6,952 
112,583 



1,210,373 



211,946 
325,408 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



$2,738,838 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$7,224,730 
1,447,414 



$8,672,144 



355,658 



$3,887,270 
718,340 



$4,605,610 



9,697 
3,275 

i:ji 

30.354 

3.881 

43.080 



$285,590 
124,835 

7,180 
606,385 

5,520 
122,160 



1,284,620 



206,050 
374,910 



$2,916,250 



$7,521,860 
1,482,950 



$9,004,810 



$10 93 



29 45 
88 11 
54 96 
16 65 

1 42 

2 84 



366 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



REYNOLDS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Jun« 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



No. [ Valuation. 



Jaii« 1, 1903, for taxep 
of 1904. 



No. { Valuation. 






o p 

if 



Lands, acres 1/ 307,577 

Town lots 



n. 164, 362 
19,843 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses ! 2,oa5 

Mules 1,1S8 

Afei'os mnil .lonnots 12 

Neat cattle , 11,303 

Sheep 4,102 

Hogs 9,94t5 

All other live stork 1,151) 

Money, bonds and noti's 

Brokers and exchnnge dealers • 

Coi i/Oi*nte companies 

All other personal property 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 

Chone property assessed by State 
oa rd 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,184,205 



$."•8,158 

36,787 

960 

12.'), 197 

4 623 

17,4WJ 

• 823 

9:j,3r.i 



502,760 



1.953 

l,2d4 

11 

12,3:{r. 
3,733 

16.019 

l.oir, 



8.000 
90,936 



$438,874 



$1,623,079 

101 ,592 
$1,724,671 



$1,110,398 
22,037 



$l,132,43o 



$58, W) 

41,570 

915 

129,091 

3,787 

21,439 

l,2fuS 

99,962 



8.240 
101,2^^' 



$465,009 



$1,597,504 



115.360 



$1,712,864 



$2 21 



30 00 

32 39 

83 18 

10 50 

1 <'l 

1 33 

1 <i2 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



I^andH, acies 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate $1,642,528 



Horses 

Mules 

Assrs and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

(*crporatc companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



378.00.") 



$1,432,18'. 
210,313 





Total value real and r^i'sonal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



$86,261 
38.030 ; 
1,315 
119.053 

4.090 ' 
16,611 
15 
84,205 , 



2.011 

1,124 

26 

11.612 

3,341 

13.191 

179 



11.410 
123.354 



$484,344 



$2,126,872 



83,360 



I 



$1,492,297 


$3 93 


219.sri3 








$1,712,150 








$66,068 


32 56 


37,099 


33 00 


1,313 


50 50 


122, 3:n 


10 53 


4,485 


1 37 


22.636 


1 71 


192 


1 07 



78,766 



10.549 
141. A^O 



$484,789 



Total taxable wealth in county $2,210,232 



$2,196,939 

149,791 
$2,346,730 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



367 



&T. CIIARLBS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June Ij 19Q2, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. / Valuation. 



June 1,1903. for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 



i 



o< 
3- 

*^ s. 

I? 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Aesos and Jounets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

AH other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes' 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



342.317 



Total value real and personal properly 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



7,286 

14.762 
3,290 

•<i2,255 



$4,475,935 I c39,949 
1,821, 9i>9 



$6,297,924 



$227,7<0 

74.'>8r) 

620 

242.171) 

6,(lf)7 

67,396 



7,211 

2,460 

37 

15,037 
2.966 

23,670 



1,618.413 



280,897 1 
501. 5S2 



$3,019,499 



$9,317,423 



2,296,039 



$11,613,462 



$4,548,430 
1,840.000 

$6,388,430 

$208,086 

92,592 

2,463 

197,5r)6 

6,rs7 

77,276 



1,670,194 



283,494 
437,991 



$2,976,239 



$9,364,669 



2,336,671 
$11,701,340 



$13 36 



28 8r> 
27 64 
66 56 
13 13 

3 26 



ST. CLAIB COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horseti ... . 

Mules 

i^Bses and JennetR 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

AW other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



435,768 



Total value re.'\l and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



8,126 

1,259 

60 

2C,S45 

4,833 

16,863 

503 



$2,195,085 
330,400 



437,462 



$2,525,485 



$184,660 

32,835 

2,575 

284,390 

4,850 

39,370 

510 

203,510 



8,258 

1.637 

70 

26.179 

3.717 
17,496 

1,(X>5 



$2,304,550 
332,600 

$2,637,150 



78.385 
164,975 



$996,060 



$3,521,545 



534,674 



$4,056,219 



$231,430 

45,460 

3,360 

295,«580 

4,765 

45,720 

800 

283,275 



79,798 
190.820 



$1,181,108 



$3,818,258 



542,536 



$4,360,794 



$r. 26 



28 02 
27 14 
48 00 
11 16 

1 30 

2 61 
80 



368 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Tiflnds, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and noteis 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of IMS. 



No. f Valuation. 



280,515 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 



>oard 
Total taxable wealth In county 



2,69^ 
842 
7 
8,100 
1.222 
3,354 



June 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation. 






13,582.670 
566,070 



14,148,640 



$66,105 

24,220 

660 

83.640 

1.615 

6,050 



683,710 



90,674 
231,275 



ri, 187,939 



$5,336,579 
780,293 



$6,U6.872 



280.382 



3,040 

918 

13 

8,506 

1,001 

3,757 

4 



$3,888,896 
596,850 



$4,485,745 



$7b,015 

27,680 

600 

87,900 

1,480 

7,265 

100 

625,380 



98,944 
219,675 



$1,146,969 



$5,632,734 



835,664 



$6,468,398 



s 



II 



$13 87 



25 66 
30 15 
46 15 
13 33 
1 47 
1 93 
25 00 



STH. GBNBVIBVB COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Assips unci Jonnots 

N< at ca ttle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds nnd notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



303,533 



2,591 
S39 
26 
7,417 
2.682 
8.990 



$1,118,209 
300,339 



$1,418,548 



306.968 



^1 



$70,385 
26,3S5 

1,485 
78,622 

3,315 
12,048 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



292,415 



2,646 
1,100 
23 
7,762 
2.870 
10,975 



21,000 
107,917 



$613,572 



Total taxable wealth In coonty. 



,1, 



$2,032,120 



711 



$1,140,480 
327,500 



$1,467,980 



$75,560 
84,505 

1,585 
77,896 

3,470 
14.894 



324,833 



21,600 
122,885 



$2,032, 31 



$677,228 



$2,145,208 \ 
71,583 



$2,216,741 



$3 71 



28 56 
3136 
68 91 
10 03 
1 20 
1 35 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



369 



ST. LOUIS COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Land^, acres 
Town Jots .. 



Total yalue of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



No. I Valuation, 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. ( Valuation, 



297,707 



$20,495. 39s 
5,722,980 

1^.218,378 



7,266 
3,282 



9,365 

603 

12,324 



1229,665 
120,985 



175,908 

1,300 

39,490 



297.255 



$20,274,100 
6.646.210 



7,153 
3.328 



9,423 

612 

12,467 



1,674.430 



109,487 
1.426.170 



$3,777,435 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$29,995,813 
4,526,440 



$34,522,253 



$26,920,310 



$252,405 
135.880 



158,665 

1.040 

41,585 



1,634.230 



179,899 
1,489.915 



$3,893,U9 



$30,813,429 
4.738.583 



$35,552,012 



i 



o ^ 
I? 



$68 20 



35 28 
40 82 



16 94 
1 70 
3 33 



SALINE COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets.* 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other llvo stock 

Monoy. bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property, 



458.677 



10.414 

4.844 

110 

32,617 
2,680 

31,276 



$6,351,185 
1,546.535 



$7,897,720 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

ghone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$297,765 
174,464 

5,990 
507.940 

4.830 
110.365 



1,023.980 



459.668 



10,899 

5,567 

137 

44,073 
2,972 

29,019 



$6,379,960 
1.554.410 



$7,934,370 



521,822 
493,700 



$3,140,856 



$11,038,576 
1,207.304 



$12,245,880 



$317,170 
202.692 

8,600 
659.240 

4.905 
113.760 



1,158.015 



446.187 
520,180 



$3,430,749 



$11,365,119 
1,257.536 



$12,622,655 



$13 87 



29 10 
36 41 
62 77 
14 95 
1 65 
3 92 



A-24 



370 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR* 



SCKVThEfi COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June l,liX)2,for taxes 
of ISOS. 



. I 



No. I Valuation. 



June 1, 1908, for taxey 
of 1904. 



Na I Valuation. 



f 



SB- 



Land?, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mul^s 

Aipes aiHl Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchangee dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by fitate 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



194.906 



6.615 

1,002 

45 

19,919 

20,155 

12.985 



n,457.315 
240,515 



$1.697 .830 



$174,493- 

27,431 

2.330 

296.361 

19.953 

27.290 



232.842 



73,082 
115.471 



$969,253 



$2,667,063 
436,696 



$3,103,678 



194,505 



6.563 

1.049 

36 

IS, 335 

22.140 

12,287 



$1,458,392 
237,966 



$1,696,347 



$171,296 

30.986 

1.450 

266.616 

22.140 

34.281 



284.290 



80.600 
116,896 



$1,008,553 



$2,704,900 



445,966 



$3,150,866 



$7 50 



26 15 
29 53 
40 00 
14 00 

1 00 

2 80 



SCOTLAND COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mnies 

Asse^ and. Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Dogs 

AW other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and pers(mal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by fitate 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



277.814 



6.472 

976 

64 

22,087 

6,398 

10,855 



$2,260,200 
390,490 



$2,650,690 



$182,815 

29.985 

2.045 

812,800 

8,680 

31,175 



662.655 



135,968 
118.905 



$1,485,028 



$4,135,718 
383.750 



$4,519,468 



278,031 



6.689 

1.000 

67 

26.578 

6,475 

12.518 

219 



$2,346,000 
393,970 



$2,739,970 



$187,566 

29.310 

2.135 

3S8.355 

7,870 

41.600 

280 

760,815 



125,682 
97,810 



$1,611,422 



$4,351,392 



390,584 



$4,741,976 



$8 47 



28 04 

29 31 
81 86 
13 48 

1 21 
3 32 
1 27 



AtJSTRACTS OP ASSESSMENT. 



37^ 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



Sub}>3ct8 of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of IMS. 



No. 



Valuation. 



June 1,1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. f Valuation, 



& 






Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

N( at cattle. 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and rotes 

Brokers and exchanf^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



263,259 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by "State 



»oard 
Total taxable wealth in county 



2,900 

3,463 

19 

11,341 

699 

15,872 

IS 



11,786,668 
421,360 



$2,208,026 



263,259 



180,983 

98,913 

821 

104,337 

821 

23,10S 

18 

509,931 



104,573 
228,350 



$1,151,852 



$3,359,878 



579,271 



$3,939,149 



2,976 

3,768 

19 

11,S96 

775 

18,863 

394 



$1,914,945 
484.969 



$2,399,914 



$91 ,031 

121,677 

1,170 

111,861 

799 

25,947 

477 

538,916 



100,093 
226,480 



$1,218,451 



$3,618,365 



849,497 



$4,467,862 



$7 2' 



30 25 
32 30 
61 f.7 
9 40 
1 01 
1 37 
1 20 



SHANNON COUNTY. 



Iisods, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

N(at cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other ll\e 8tock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



622.777 



2,148 

880 

26 

10.372 

2.223 

9.185 



Total value real and personal property 
Itallroad. bridge, telegraph and tele-' 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,323,150 
66.103 



$1,389,253 



$65,520 

25,999 

770 

116,417 

2,382 

10,032 



64,248 



146,557 
99,801 



$531,726 



$1,920,979 



195,611 



$2,116,590 



625.158 



2,166 

999 

33 

12.421 

1,S80 
14.475 



$1,304,748 
64,928 



$1,369,676 



$60,044 

31,955 

1,310 

136,083 

2,002 

15.467 



87,995 



172.180 
99,3:i5 



$606,391 



$1,976,067 



202.509 



$2,178,576 



$2 OS 



27 72 
32 00 
39 69 
10 95 
1 06 
1 06 



372 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



SUELBY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1,1902, for taxed 
of 1903. 



Na 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



Noi. f Valuation. 



SO 

ai f%^ 

' op 



Lands, acres 
Town lots . . 



316,461 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

K< at cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



$2,830,575 
506,765 



316,461 



$2,877,663 
507.455 



$3,337,340 



7,252 

1,912 

79 

20,008 

10,071 

13,043 



$207,095 

59,974 

5,460 

304,183 

16,140 

39,701 



8,687 

2,656 

144 

25,707 

12,134 

16,622 



$3,385,118 



$245,775 

78.007 

6.480 

367,097 

17,308 

61,904 



797,070 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oa rd 



134,963 
210,693 



$1,775,279 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$5,112,619 
429,435 



$5,542,054 



1,000,942 



118,184 
242,100 



$2,137,797 
$5,522,915 

431.644 



$5,954,569 



$9 09 



28 3lt 

29 37 
45 00 
14 28 

1 42 
3 72 



STODDARD COUNTY. 



Lands, acres I 520,264 $2,236,770 

Town lots 508.187 



Total value of real estate ' | $2,744,957 



519,425 



$2,aS8.33.) 
562,402 



$2,950,737 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Legs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

CorporatJ con'panies 

All other personal property.. 



5,844 

2,941 

50 

16,453 

2,809 

21,616 

16 



$157,717 

88,366 

2,403 

153,296 

2,811 

22,063 

21 

197,813 



5,841 

3,110 

62 

17,784 

2,547 

25,625 

48 



$163,454 

110,566 

2.832 

171.814 

2,608 

26,463 

651 

224,678 



82,932 
226.869 



Total value personal property 1 $3,679,248 



Total vahiA real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



86,503 
223,948 



$1,013,417 



$0,424,205 
849,926 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



$7,274,131 



$3,964,154 



995,015 
$4,959,169 



$4 59 



29 00 
32 3:J 
45 C7 



65 
02 
03 



11 47 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



373 



STONE COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



r.ands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses , 

Mules 

^f.sos and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

S heep 

Iiogs 

All other Hye stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad. brld)?e, telecrraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by "State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



No. 



263,639 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. 



Valuation. 



$937,929 
35.210 



271,921 



$973,139 



3,263 

937 

43 

10,614 

3,196 I 

8,545 

209 



$89,637 

26.312 

1,510 

132,522 

4,909 

13,868 

416 

77,382 



! $1,012,794 
34,309 



3.234 

928 

27 

11,400 

3.110 

13,123 

284 



3,325 
91.329 



$441,210 



$1,414,349 



$1,047,103 



$94,616 

30,384 

890 

136.921 

55.938 

22,820 

328 

90.192 



3,167 
104,297 



$539,553 



$1,586,656 



^ 






S f%. 






$3 72 



29 26 

32 74 

33 00 
12 01 

1 79 
1 73 
1 15 



Sm^LIVAN COUNTY. 



T<qnds, acres 
Town lots ., 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Absos and Jennets 

Nc.it cattle 

Sheep 

Vog*i 

AW other live stock 

Money, bouds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



413,261 



10,542 

1,154 

88 

41,570 

9.221 

12.365 

63 



$2,556,294 
299,417 



$2,854,711 



$286,136 

28,103 

8,504 

575,128 

10,722 

28,649 

60 

567,359 



413,135 



11,246 I 

1,373 I 

125 

51,851 I 

10,334 ! 

18,902 

245 



Total value personal property $1,795,248 



Total value renl and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telejzrraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by "State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 




150,620 
144,967 



$4,649,959 
696,057 



$5,346,016 



$2,674,953 $6 47 

322,413 

$2,997,366 

$276,677 24 60 

36,055 26 26 

4,733 37 86 

714,514 13 78 

11,835 1 14 

54.652 2 89 

284 1 15 

613,261 



134,544 
176,515 



$2,023,070 



$5,020,436 
736,255 



$6,755,691 



374 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



TANEY COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Males 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

liogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchanKO- dealers. 

Corpcratt companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



June 1,1902, for taxes 
of 190S. 



No. f Valuation. 



Jane 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 190i. 



No. f Valuation. 



272,347 



1783.807 
48.884 



287,500 



1832. 6»1 



3.013 

770 

46 

15,523 

5,180 

5.601 



$71,919 

18.702 

1,220 

159.343 
6.199 
9.120 



3,101 

809 

.% 

15.454 

6,237 

10,183 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridfir^. telei^raph and tele- 

Khone property assessed by State 
oard 



44,272 
'773; 694 



$384,469 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



11,217.160 
192 



11,217,352 



$771,673 
49.050 



10.500 
72,158 



$508,317 



$1,329,040 



132 



$1,329,172 



& 



" op 
SP 



$2 70 



$820,723 








$80,112 


26 00 


25,931 


32 OS 


1,350 


24 &(» 


167.6^0 


10 80 


7,365 


1 03 


15.976 


1 05 


72.617 




54.658 





TBXAS COUNTY. 



T.and^. acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

i.oiis 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate comranles 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



691.612 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele 

Eh one property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth in county 



5.901 

1.715 

71 

18,890 

17.587 

14.639 

910 



$1,997,070 
147,931 



$2,145,001 



$142.5^2 

50.346 

2.873 

211,295 

26,268 

23.652 

1,255 

223.183 



691,774 



6.202 

1,903 

120 

21,513 

18,357 

24.934 

928 



30.194 
166.989 



$878,637 



$3,023,638 



251,800 



$3,275,438 



$1,097,227 
139.678 



$2,136,905 



$166,226 

61.949 

4.277 

244.094 

27.382 

35.765 

1.166 

249.194 



27.116 
179.781 



$996,950 



$3,133,856 



254.961 



$3,388,816 



$2 SS 



26 SO 

32 49 

35 64 

11 31 

1 49 

1 43 

1 25 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



375 



VERNON COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Totn! yalae of real estate. 



Horses 

Males 

Asfles and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds end notes 

Brokers and ezchanKe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

AH other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Jane 1, 1908, for taxes 
of 190B. 



Na 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of IdOi. 



Ka 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridice. telein^ph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In coonty. 



530.968 



12,684 

2.870 

Ul 

36,312 

2.491 

21,069 

105 



14,812,317 
1,372.979 

"16.1857296 



1328,148 

76,530 

6,035 

593,255 

2,879 

57.290 

426 

850,421 



206,719 
854,426 



11,975.129 



18.160.425 
1.653.704 



19.814.129 



530.045 



13,269 

2.864 

122 

39,535 

2.050 

23,966 

563 



Valuation. 



14,862.090 
1,394,844 



16,256.934 



1369,348 

84,915 

5,943 

566,395 

2,471 

68.239 

1,296 

464,753 



190.633 
379,083 



12,133.076 



18,390,010 
1.721.552 



110.111,562 



5p 



19 16 



27 83 
29 64 
48 71 
14 32 



1 
2 
2 



20 
84 
34 



WARREN COUNTY. 



Lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



lotal value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules .» 

Asiies and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Fogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corp'^rate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In coonty. 



258,656 



3,181 
1.255 
29 
9,266 
2.199 
12.611 



ll.631.5S0 
159,410 



$1,790,940 



172.230 

37,136 

1,230 

97.8(6 

2,620 

19,336 

6,135 

674,800 



7,646 
125.985 



$1,043,722 



$2,834,662 
789,230 



$3,623,892 



258.656 



3.242 
1.270 
26 
9,407 
2,224 
13,140 



$1.G33.495 
162,020 



$1,796,615 



$78,025 

38.190 

936 

97,260 

2.465 

20,760 

6,650 

721,065 



24.549 
116,370 



$1,106,249 
$2,900,764 



800,913 



$3,701,677 



$6 31 



24 06 
30 07 
36 00 
10 33 
1 10 
1 57 



376 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1908. 



Now [ Valuation. 



June 1, 1903. for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I ValuaQon. 



m 



^5? 



^and8» acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horsea 

Mules 

ABBt^ and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Ij>»ES 

All otbcr live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and excbanxe dealers. 

Corporate companies 

Ail otber personal property.., 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brld^. telegraph and tele- 
phone proi>erty assessed by State 
b 



>oard 



466.761 



n.766,250 
185.150 



11*951.400 



3,012 
1.388 

23 

11,806 

2,825 

7.070 

61 



^63.965 

29.205 

1.145 

102.240 

3.294 

9.690 

75 

288.045 



27.546 
93.786 



$618,991 



465.150 



2,891 
1.435 

19 

12.006 

2.535 

9,9S4 

28 



12.570.391 
411,763 



Total taxable wealth In county i $2,982,154 



$1,769,41? i $3 80 



193.770 



$1,963,180 



$65,810 

35.255 

865 

U6.567 

2.889 

13,729 

80 

329,345 



28,112 
92.210 



$684,862 



$2,648,042 



420.370 



$3,068,412 



22 76 
24 56 
45 52 
9 79 
114 
1 37 
285 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



T^nds, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

ABses and Jennets , 

Neat cattle , 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Ccrpornte companies 

All other personal property... 



480,341 



Total value personal property 

Total valne real and personal property 
Railroad, brldsre. telein^aph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$1,169,086 
156,510 



$1,325,596 



478,204 



3.241 

.38 

17,414 

3,325 

13.999 

9 



$86,665 

58,374 

1,910 

151.156 

4.363 

19,246 

10 

139.264 



19,966 
201,147 



$682,101 



$2,007,697 
921,528 



3,280 

1.839 

25 

16,905 

3,182 

18,480 

106 



$1,129,787 
173.930 



$1,303,717 



$2,929,225 



$96,415 

65,565 

1,420 

180,415 

4.531 

28,345 

105 

156,688 



25,572 
209,376 



$768,432 



$2,072,149 



981,361 



$3,053,510 



$2 86 



45 



29 

85 65 
56 80 



9 
1 
1 

1 



76 
42 
53 
00 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT, 



377 



WEBSTER COUNTY. 



Subjects of Taxation. 



June 1, 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 



Ka 



Valuation. 



June 1, 1903, for taxes 
of 190i. 



Now I Valuation. 






Tands, acres 
Town lots .. 



TOi-al value of real estate. 



HorHi^s 

Mules 

A&8CS nr.d Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Pheep 

1\*>¥B 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



360,181 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 

Ehone property assessed by State 
oard 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



5,524 

1,818 

107 

12,278 

12,397 

14,979 

295 



n»622.562 
200,831 



11,823,393 



$142,850 

52,192 

3,170 

145,583 

25,275 

27,862 

630 

288,509 



24,647 
166.289 



$877,007 



$2,700,400 
684,347 



360,351 



5,868 

1,987 

123 

17,618 

13,811 

19,128 

196 



$3,384,747 



$1,650,335 
224,670 



$1,875,005 



$163,985 

63.545 

3,625 

175,814 

20,080 

34,135 

290 

338,258 



22,887 
170,214 



$992,833 



$2,867,838 



696,709 



$3,664,547 



$4 57 



27 96 

31 98 

29 47 

9 92 



1 
1 
1 



45 
78 
47 



WORTH COUNTY. 



lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horfccs 

Mules 

Assr»s and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hcgs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



169,537 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by 'State 
board 



Total taxable wealth In county. 



6,371 

470 

26 

19,377 

3,257 

13.149 

238 



$1,727,379 
238,105 



$1,965,484 



$165,745 

13,920 

1,100 

328,423 

4,875 

68,019 

375 

415,331 



169,545 



5,989 

457 

29 

20.484 

3,046 

14,021 

196 



$1,774,606 
250,980 



$2,025,586 



65,374 
129.249 



$1,192,411 



$3,157,896 



206,280 



$3,363,175 



$156,620 

13,004 

1,085 

319,725 

4,521 

82,050 

191 

349,167 



63,031 
114,847 



$1,104,241 



$3,129,827 



211,535 , 



$3,341,362 



$10 47 



26 15 

28 46 

37 41 

19 07 

1 48 

5 85 

98 



378 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



WRIGHT COUNTY. 



{Subjects of Taxation. 



June It 1902, for taxes 
of 1903. 

No. 1 Valuation: 



Jun« 1> 1903, for taxes 
of 1904. 



No. I Valuation. 



i 



SO* 

5? 



Lands, ncrfis 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horsos 

Mules 

Apses aid Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

I ogs 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Brokers and cxchan^^e dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, bridge, telejiraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by fitate 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



409,194 



11,407.684 
223,312 



11,630,996 



4.829 

1,273 

G9 

13,928 

16.769 

14,0r>5 

349 



$117,092 

37,281 

2.534 

176,212 

27,827 

25,531 

535 

176,237 



46,148 
171,813 



$780,210 



$2,411,206 



400,013 



$2,811,219 



407,575 



5,134 

1,487 

83 

15,614 

17,770 

19,587 

293 



$1,422,648 
224,780 



$1,647,428 



$138,896 

46.234 

3,045 

188,148 

27,250 

32,850 

472 

171,939 



42,455 
172,816 



$824,105 



$2,471,533 



405,587 



$2,877,120 



$3 49 



26 04 

31 10 

36 68 

12 06 

1 5S 

1 67 

161 



ST. LOUIS CITY. 



I.and8, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Ai?6e» and Jonnets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

F.oga 

All other live stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Hrokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property... 



11,543 



12.100 
820 



$14,252,600 
320,^6.540 

$335,239,140' 



$384,000 
26,895 



6.500 



104,720 



11,523 



12,250 
1,000 



6,420 



I 



14.230,600 
29,395,160 



$1.234 97 



$343,625,760 



$390,000 
36,000 



103.510 



31 83 
36 00 



16 11 



Total value personal property. 



8,802,000 



9,320,000 



46,740,689 
13,127,390 



47,654,230 
27,380.840 



$69,185,694 



$84,884,580 



Total value real and personal property 
Railroad, brld}?e, tele}?raph and tele- 
phone property assessed by Btate 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



$404,424,834 



28,041,042 



$428,510,340 



29,225,117 



$432,465,876 



$457,735,457 



ABSTRACTS OF ASSESSMENT. 



379 



RECAPITULATION. 



ASSESSMENT OF JUNE 1. FOU TAXES OF 1903. 



Subjects of taxation. 



No. 



Valuation. 



Ay. valU' 
atlon. 



Ijiinds, acres 
Town lots .. 



Totnl value of real estate. 



ITorsee 

Mules 

Atses and Jenrets 

Ntat en ttle 

Sueep 

Kegs 

J^W other live stock 

Money, bonds -aud notes 

Brokers and exchange dealers. 

Corporate companies , 

All other personal property... 



Total value personal property. 



Total value real and personal property. 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
board 



Total taxable wealth in county. 



42,205,552 



1:^46,571,149 
492,074,282 



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I lands, acres 
Town lots .. 



Total value of real estate. 



Horses 

Mules 

Asses and Jennets 

Neat cattle 

Sheep 

Hogs 

All other liv»» stock 

Money, bonds and notes 

Drokers and exchange dealers.. 

Corporate companies 

All other personal property 

Total value personal property. 



Total value r*»al and personal property. 
Railroad, bridge, telegraph and tele- 
phone property assessed by State 
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Total taxable wealth in county. 



42,448,^)86 



$361,133,833 
606.523,829 



$867,637,662 



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7,960 

2.544,<{24 

656.878 

2,315,581 

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66.129.579 
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$1,284,294,571 



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AlSSESdMEXT OF RAILROAD, BRIDGE, TELEQRAPQ AND TESL^PMOKe: PROPfiRTt 

FROM 1878 TO 1901 

In 1S72 the assessed Taluation of railroad property, not incladlng lands, town lots and 
balldings and cash land contracts, amounted to |20,8<)7,886. In the sabsequent years, ap to 
and including 1877, the assessment included lands and town lots, and as the valuation of 
lands and town lots was not kept separate from the Yaluati(m of the road-bed, super- 
structure and rolling stock, the assessment for those years is here omitted. 

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telephcme companies from 1878 to 1904, exclusive of lands and town lots: 



Years. 



Railroad 
companies. 



Bridge 
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Telegraph 

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Totals. 



1878 
1S79 
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1881 
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1886 
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1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
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1900 
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124,118,441 46 
25.463,296 66 
27.484,211 81 
30,309,878 86 
33,373,739 46 
86371,956 79 
88,380.316 98 
40,955,319 62 
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RATES OV TAXATION FOR STATE TURPOSES. 

For 1860— Revenue tax, 20 cents on the $100. Interest tax, 10 cents on the $100. Asylum 
tax, 1-60 of one per cent Poll-tax, 37% cents. 

For 18(i3-4^IU'venue tax, 32 cents. Military tax, 20 cents. Revenue poll-tax, H. Mili- 
tary poll-tax, 12. Military commutation tax of HSO each upon persons exempted from 
military service, and one per cent, upon the assessed valuation of their property. 

For 186&— Revenue tax, iO cents. Revenue poll-tax, %1. Military- tax, 20 cents. Mili- 
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For 18G6— Revenue tax, 40 cents. Military tax, 50 cents. Military poll-tax, $2 Reve- 
nue poll-tax. H. 

For 1867— Revenue tax, 25 cents. Revenue poll-tax, 50 cents. State interest tax, 40 
cents. 

For 18t}8— Revenue tax, 25 cents. Revenue poll-tax, 50 cents. State interest tax, 25 
cents. 

For 1869, 1870 and 1871— Revenue tax, 25 cents. Interest tux, 25 cents. 

For 1872, 1S73, 1874 and 1875— Revenue tax, 20 cents, Interest tax, 25 cents. 

From 1876 to 1888— Revenue tax, 20 cents. Interest tax, 20 cents. 

From 3889 to 1891— Revenue tax, 20 cents. Interest tax, 10 cents.' 

For 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1S99, 1900, 1901 and 1902— Revenue tax, 15 cents. 
Interest tax, 10 cents. Total 25 cents on the $100. 

For 1903— Revenue tax, 15 cents. Interest tax, 3 cents. Total 18 cents on the $100. 

For 1904— Revenue tax, 15 cents. Interest tax, 2 cents. Total 17 cents on the $100. 



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TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COM- 
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On tJicir huslnesa in 1902. 

The following copy of the schedule filed In the office of the State Auditor by 
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Alx La Chapelle 

Ix>ndcm, England . . 

Toronto, Canada . . 

London, England . . 

Hamburg, Germany 

London, England . . 

Liverpool, England.. 
London. England .. 
Liverpool, England.. 

Manch ester , Eng . . . 
Mannheim, Germany. 

London & Edinberg... 

Great Britain 

London, EIngland . . 
Norwich, England.. 

London, England .. 
London, England . . 
Stettin, Germany . . 

London, England . . 
Liverpool, England.. 

Edlnburg, Scotland. 
Liverpool, England. 
London, England . . 

Erfurt, Germany . . 

London, England . . 

Toronto, Canada . . 



Hartford, Conn 

Watertown, N. Y. . 

Pittsburg, Pa 

Boston. Mass 

Newark, N. J 

Philadelphia, Pa . . 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

New York, N. Y.... 

Boston, Mass 

New York, N. Y.... 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Buffalo, N. Y 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

Buperinten't. 



$23,864 96 
29,815 29 

26,793 47 

65,922 34[ 

44,214 03 

6,518 76 

160. 91^90 
39.364 92 
51,970 35 

44,431 37 
4,675 63 

115,036 09 

128,930 54 

36,360 30 

20,064 69 

141,411 34 

36,303 25 

36.009 64 
187,091 68 

46,796 58 

7,471 63 

46,914 06 

63,014 77 

21.981 56 

30,519 00 



123,653 71 
73,496 08 
14,9^ 84 
18,583 49 
36,023 84 
39,275 34 
16,75811 
11,65154 

8,109 07 

7,815 25 

18.842 48 

37,825 07 



$477 30 
596 30 

535 87 

1,318 45 

884 28 

130 37 

3,218 38 

787 10 

1,039 41 

888 63 
93 51 

2.300 72 

2,578 61 

727 00 

40129 

2,828 23 

726 06 

720 19 
3,741 83 

935 93 
149 44 
938 28 

1,260 29 

439 64 

610 38 



2,473 08 
1,469 92 
298 66 
371 68 
720 48 
785 62 
418 96 
233 04 

16218 
156 82 

376 85 
756 30 



446 



REfOkT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 1903-ContIiiued. 



NazD'e of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Amount of 
premiums 
returned. 



Colonial Assurance 

Columbia 

Commerce 

Commonwealth 

Concordia Fire 

Connecticut Fire 

Continental 

Delaware ............i..... ■•••••••••• 

Detroit Fire and Marine 

Equitable Fire and Marine 

Farmers Fire 

Fire Association 

Flremens 

Firemens 

Flremans Fund 

Fire Ins. Co. of County of Philadelphia. 
Franklin Fire 

German 

German Alliance 

German-Amercan 

German Fire 

Germanla Fire 

Glrard Fire and Marine 

Glens Falls 

Greenwich 

Hanover Fire 

Hartford Fire 

Home 

Home Fire and Marine 

Indemnity Fire 

Individual Fire ITnderwrltcrs 

Insurance Co. of North America 

Kings County Fire 

Lafayette Fire 

I^Iverpool and London and Globe 

Lumbermens 

Mechanlcfl 

Mercantile Fire and Marine 

Merchants 

Michigan Fire and Marine 

Millers National 

Milwaukee Fire 

Milwaukee Mechanics 

National Fire 

National Standard 

National Union Fire 

Newark Fire 

New Hampshire Fire 

New York Fire 

Niagara Fire 

North British and Mercantile 

North German Fire 

Northern 

North River 

Northwestern National 

Orient 

Pelican Assurance 

Pennsylvania Fire 

Phenlx 

Phoenix 

Providence- Washington 

Queen 

Reading 

Reliance 

Rochester German 



New York, N. Y.... 
Jersey City, N. J.... 

Albany, N Y 

New York, N. Y.... 

Milwaukee, Wis 

Hartford, Conn . . . . 
New York, N. Y.... 

Philadelphia, Pa ... 
Detroit, Mich 

Providence, R. I 

York Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa . . 

Baltimore, Md 

Newark, N. J 

San Francisco, Cal.. 
Philadelphia, Pa . . 
Philadelphia, Pa . . 

Preeport, 111 

New York, N. Y.... 
New York. N. Y.... 

Pittsburg, Pa 

New York, N. Y.... 
PhiladPlphla, Pa .. 
Glens Falls, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 

New York, N. Y.... 
Hartord, Conn . . . . 
New York, N. Y.... 
San Francisco, Cal. 

New York, N. Y.... 

St. Louis, Mo 

Philadelphia, Pa . . 

New York, N. Y.... 

New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
Philadelphia, Pa ... 

Philadelphia, Pa ... 

Boston, Mass 

Newark, N. J 

Detroit, Mich 

Chicago, 111 

Milwaukee, Wis .... 
Milwaukee, Wis — 

Hartford, Conn — 
New York, N. Y.... 

Pittsburg, Pa 

Newark, N. J 

Manchester, N. H.. 
New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 
Now York, N. Y.... 
Milwaukee, Wis — 

Hartford, Conn — 

New York, N. Y.... 
Philadelphia, Pa ... 

Brooklyn, N. Y 

Hartford, Conn 

Providence, R. I.... 

New York, N. Y.... 

Reading, Pa 

Philadelphia, Pa ... 
Rochester, N. Y 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

Buperlnten't. 



20,575 33 

2,007 14 

11,326 36 

25,000 74 

48,379 22 

206.824 64 

237,172 62 

43.566 46 
12,068 49 

19,613 88 

10,860 89 
77,136 10 
34,066 75 
59.361 48 
50.032 38 
7,623 00 
11,309 00 

104,078 27 
37.296 30 

153.126 86 
24,373 94 
56,077 18 

17.567 90 
40.587 19 
60,794 89 

60,612 89 
292.638 05 
331,T&1 r5i 

34.229 33 

6,652 86 

8,76615 

176,010 97 

6,926 05 

11.706 87 

7,359 69 

13,676 96 

20,409 36 
30,287 06 
25,802 20 
16,255 47 
40,600 24 
17,892 89 
70,467 94 

270.836 14 
12,296 72 
10,118 TO 
11,223 84 
45.530 01 

16.869 19 
71,018 98 

4,825 97 
18.510 40 

1,7-10 77 
19,656 68 
81,485 77 

65,720 02 

4.673 45 

86,556 09 

178.333 67 

111,798 97 

62,949 39 

135,112 09 

19.016 42 
32,167 661 

45.870 011 



411 52 

40 15 

226 54 

500 02 

967 60 

4,136 50 

4,743 43 

871 34 
361 76 

390 28 

217 22 
1.542 70 

681 32 
1,187 24 
1.000 66 

152 46 

226 18 

2,081 58 
745 94 

3,062 54 
487 4S 

1.121 54 
351 36 

811 7.-) 
1,215 90 

1.212 2C 

6.850 7(> 

6,627 09 

684 58 

133 oa 

175 32 
3.620 22 

118 62 

234 12 
147 20 
273 54 

406 18 
605 74 
616 04 
487 66 

812 00 
357 86 

1,409 36 

6,416 72 
246 92 
202 38 
224 48 
910 60 
837 38 

1.420 38 

96 62 

370 20 

34 82 

393 14 

1,629 72 

1.314 40 

93 47 
1,731 12 
8,666 67 
2,236 98 
1.068 99 

2.702 24 

880 31 
643 86 
917 40 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



447 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 1903-Contlnucd. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Amount of 
premiums 
returned. 



St. Paul Fire and Marine... 

Security 

Sprlnerneld Fire and Marine. 
Spring Garden 



Teutonia 



Underwriters at American Lloyds. 

Union 

United States Fire 



Western Underwriters Association (In- 
corporated) , 

Westchester Fire 

Williamaburg City Fire 



Mutual Fire Insurance Companies of Other 

States. 



Iowa State Mutual Fire. 



Michlgran Millers Mutual Fire 

Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Asso- 
ciation 

Mill Owners Mutual Fire 



Regular Life. 



Aetna Life 

American Central Life. 



Bankers Life 

Connecticut Mutual Life. 
Des Moines Life 



Equitable Ufe 

Equitable Life Assurance Society. 



St. Paul, Minn 

New Haven, Conn. 
Springfield. Mass . . 
Philadelphia, Pa ... 

New Orleans, La ... 

New York, N. Y.... 
Philadelphia. Pa ... 
New York, N. Y.... 



Chicago, 111 

New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 



Keokuk, Iowa 
Lansing, Mich 



Alton, 111 

Des Moines, Iowa 



Hartford, Conn . 
Indianapolis, Ind 



Fidelity Mutual Life 
Franklin Life 



Germania Life 

Hartford Life 
Uoznc Life 



Lincoln, Neb . . . 

Hartford, Conn . . 

Des Moines, Iowa 

Des Moines, Iowa 
New York, N. Y.. 

Philadelphia, Pa . 
Springfield, 111 .... 



■ I 



Illinois Life 

Interstate Life Assurance 



John Hancock Mutual Life. 
Kansas Mutual Life 



Manhattan Life 

Massachusetts Mutual Life. 

Metropolitan Life , 

Minnesota Mutual Ufe 

Mutual Benefit Life 

Mutual Life 

Mutual Reserve Life 

Mutual Ufe 



New York, N. Y.. 

Hartford, Conn . . 
New York. N. Y.. 



Chicago, 111 

Indianapolis, Ind 



Boston, Mass 
Topeka, Kas 



National Life of U. S. A 

National Life and Trust 

National Life 

New England Mutual Life 

New York Life 

Northern Central Life 

Northwestern Life and Savings. 
Northwestern National Life 



Pacific Mutual Life 

Penn Mutual Life 

Phoenix Mutual Life 

Provident Life and Trust 

Provident Savings Life Assurance So- 
ciety 

Prudential Insurance Co. of America... 



New York, N. Y.. 
Springfield, Mass 
New York, N. Y.. 

St. Paul, Minn 

Newark, N. J 

New York, N. Y.. 
New York, N. Y.. 
Ix>uisvllle, Ky . . . 



Washington, D. C 
Des Moines, Iowa 
Montpelier, Vt .... 
Boston, Mass — 
New York. N. Y.. 

Toledo, Ohio 

Des Moines, Iowa. 
St. Paul, Minn... 



San Francisco, Cal 
Philadelphia. Pa . 
Hartford, Conn .. 
Philadelphia, Pa 

New York, N. Y.. 
Newark, N. J — 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

Buperinten't. 



39,626 47 

20,050 62 

107.450 G& 

24.196 3B 

26.044 69 

14.271 66 
13.089 00 
11,265 89 



34,626 13 
47,196 26 
22,492 49 



77,385 06 

10,804 90 

10,262 35 
13.894 87 



269,836 07| 
3,302 61 

24,806 35 

149,388 14 

62,749 24 

15,681 25 
927,315 89 

76,990 47 
111,898 78 

125,774 45 

214,264 43 
49,472 85 

36,980 32 
13,791 91 

245,892 48 

51,343 06 

54,483 30 
167,116 24 

2,(m.:io n 

24,086 00 

331,204 33 

1,225,788 76 

33,952 00 

3,898 16 

12,048 83 

70,780 90 

121,891 50 

165,519 32 

1,805,027 18 

1,223 94 

35,994 08 

20,782 77 

95,852 84 
167,455 20 
118,238 08 

93,126 19 

186,062 70 
925.816 92 



790 53 

401 02 

2,149 01 

483 93 

520 90 

285 44 
261 98 
225 32 



692 52 
943 90 
449 85 



1,934 63 

324 15 

205 25 
347 37 



5.396 72 
66 05 

496 10 

2,987 76 

1,318 73 

392 53 
18,546 32 

1,539 81 
2,237 98 

2,515 49 

4,285 29 
989 46 

739 61 
275 84 

4,917 85 

1,026 86 

1,069 67 

3,342 32 

41,963 70 

481 72 

6,624 09 

24.515 77 
679 04 

77 96 

240 98 

1,769 52 

2,437 83 

3.310 39 

36,100 54 

30 60 

899 86 

416 66 

1,917 06 
3.849 10 
2,364 76 
1,862 52 

3.721 26 

18.516 34 



448 



ftEI»orr OP THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 1903— Contlliue«l. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Royal Union Mutual Life 

Security Mutual Life 

Security Trust and Life 

State Mutual Life 

State Life 

Security Life and Savings 

The Travellert 

Union Central Life 

Union Mutual Life 

United States Life 

Washington Life 

Stipulated Premium Plan Life Companies. 

Union Life 

Miscellaneous Stock. 

Aetna Life 

Aetna Indemnity 

American Bonding 

American Credit— Indemnity 

American Surety 

Bankers Surety 

City Trust Safe Deposit and Surety... 
Continental Casualty 

Employers Liability Assurance Corpo- 
ration (Lt'd) 

Fidelity and Casualty 

Fidelity and Deposit 

Frankfort American 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate 
Glass 

General Accident Assurance Corpora- 
tion (Lt'd) 

Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity 
Guarantee Company of North America 

Hartford Steam Boiler and Inspection.. 

Lawyers Surety 

Lloyds Plate Glass 

London Guarantee and Accident (Lt'd) 

Maryland Casualty 

Metropolitan Plate Glass 

National Surety 

New Amsterdam Casualty 

New Jersey Plate Glass 

New York Plate Glass 

North American Accident 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corpo- 
ration (Lt'd) 

Pacific Surety 

Preferred Accident 

Philadelphia Casualty 

Standard Life and Accident 

United States Casualty 

TTnlted States Fidelity and Guarantee.. 

United States Guarantee 

United State Health and Accident 

Union Accident 



Amount of 

premiums 

returned. 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

soperlnten't. 



Des Moines, Iowa... 

Binghaznpton, N. Y. 
Philadelpnla, Pa . . 
Worcester, Mam ... 
Indianapolis, Ind . . 
Des McnneSf Iowa... 

Hartford, (>onn . . . . 

(Cincinnati, Ohio . . . 
Portland, Maine . . . 
New York, N. Y.... 

New York, N. Y 



Indianapolis, Ind . 



Hartford, Conn . . . 
Hartford, Conn . . . 
Baltimotre, Md . . . 
New York, N. Y... 
New York, N. Y... 

Cleveland, Ohio ... 

Philadelphia, Pa . 
Hammond, Ind . . . 

London, England . 

New York, N. Y.. 
Baltimore, Md . . . 
New York, N. Y.. 



Frankfort, Qer 



Perth, Scotland . . . 
New York. N. Y,. 
Montreal, Canada. . 

Hartford, Conn . . . 

New York, N. Y.. 
New York, N. Y.. 
London, England . 

Baltimore,' Md . . . 
New York, N. Y.. 

New York, N. Y.. 
New York, N. Y.. 

Newark, N. J 

New York, N. Y.. 
Chicago, 111 



London, England . 

San Francisco, Cal 
New York. N. Y... 
Philadelphia, Pa . 

Detroit, Mich 



New York, N. Y... 

Baltimore, Md 

New York, N. Y... 
Saginaw, Mich . . . 
Denver, Colo 



6.ie6 65 

5,4U24 
44,004 26 
83,10175 
59,88»86 

4,274 60 

32S.214 65 

148,401 11 
77.46174 
42,219 47 

48,200 24 



15.443 71 



119,212 28 

7.033 93 

94.877 21 

94,692 50 

48,526 01 

388 74 

9,107 69 
54,867 90 



47,972 60 

276,192 59 

35.961 68 

1.81716 

70,270 701 



11.971 51 
3.002 25 
7,067 93 

28,169 06 

200 00 
18,409 47 
21,026 40 

142.770 44 
7,664 41 

44,066 31 
44,918 71 

7.632 69 
17.639 17 

4,063 79 



71,678 01 

1,182 86 

28.471 00 

365 13 

72,473 95 

20.962 20 

67,692 57 

69 87 

10.403 10 

3,867 06 



154 28 

10B2S 

892 06 

1.662 04 

i.mso 

106 86 

6,564 28 

3,71J) 04 

1,649 24 

844 38 

964 00 



154 44 



2,384 26 
140 68 
687 64 

1,893 85 
970 50 

9 73 

182 15 
1,097 33 



959 45 

6.503 86 

719 24 

26 34 

1,406 42 



239 43 

60 04 

14116 

663 38 

400 
868 19 
420 53 

2,865 42 
153 29 

88111 
898 38 

152 65 

360 78 
8128 



1,433 66 

23 66 

569 42 

730 

1,449 48 

419 24 

1,3S3 86 

120 

208 06 

67 14 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



449 



TAXBS CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 19(»-Contlnuod. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Reeapitulation, 

Forelgrn Fire 

U. S. Fire and Marine 

Mutual Fire of Other States 

Resrular Life 

Stipulated Premium Plan Life 

Miscellaneous Stock 

Northwestern Mutual Life (Tax for 

year 1901) 

Totals 



Milwaukee, Wis 



Amount of 
premiums 
returned. 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

8uperinten*t. 



11,416.375 05 

4,604,753 35 

112,347 18 

10,976.966 99 

15,443 71 

1,434,546 28 



11.808 66 



$18,572,236 22 



$2S,327 49 

92,462 01 

2,811 40 

221,212 31 

154 44 

29,241 57 



236 07 



$374,445 29 



A -29 



450 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TABLE NO. 13. 

FORIiIGN INSURANCE TAXES APPORTIONED TO THE 

COUNTIES FOR THE !fEAR 1903. 



The State Treasurer received from the Insurance compantfls for the year ending October 
1, lfi03. 1373,505.61, and in obedience to the requirements of Sec. 8016, Revised Statutes IJJW, the 
State Auditor, on the first day of October of that year, apportioned one-half of that sum, 
|186,7S2.82, to the several counties on the basis of .i915^?25 for each child of school age as 
shown by the last enumeration, as follows: 



Counties. 



Adair 

Andrew 

Atchison 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton 

Bates 

Benton 

Bollinger.... 

Boone 

Buchanan 

Butler 

Caldwell 

Callaway 

Camden 

C. Girardeau. 

Carroll 

Carter 

Cass 

Cedar 

Chariton 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole , 

Cooper 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 

Dent , 

Douglas 

Dunklin 

FrankliD 

Gasconade 

Gentry 

Greene 

Grundy 

Harrison 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson 

jHsper 

Jefferson 

Johnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette.. .. 

Lawrence 

Lewis 

Lincoln , 

Linn 

Livingston.... 



lEnumcr- Apportl'n- 
atlon. ment. 



|i 



6,45S 
5, 107 

4, <.o 
6,451 
8.2W 
5,898' 
8,6S« 

5.:i0t 

5,118 

8,4U; 

40,716 

5, i» ii 
4,5%') 
7,0.i5 
4, 25 J 
8.2d0 
7,7r5 
8,001 
7,ii54 
5,431 
8.711 
5,533 
4,222 
5,775 
4,7l5i 
6, 135 
6,690' 
4.445 
5,5H0 
4,6^9 
6.290 
4,094. 
4,384 



5,910 
9, HOI I 

I0.0rt4 
4,275 
5,944 

16,5-1 
5,i'03 
7, 197' 
8,6*9i 
3,312 
fi,0>>5 
5,205i 
6,840 
2,946 

74,7*0 

23..S07 
8 510 
8.436 
3,845 
5.6:^5 
9,69-J 
8,609 
4.697 
5,6U 
7.704 
6,161 



$1,237 46 
978 44 

914 83 
1,2:^5 «3 
1,577 52 
l,li9 9H 
1,721 99 
1.016 18 

980 54 
1,627 91 
7.8«0 66 
1.093 01 

878 43 
1,347 81 

814 63 
1.576 75 
1,487 67 

3»<3 37 
1,40S 92 
1,040 51 
1,668 91 
1,060 05 

808 88 
1, 106 42 

903 83 

1.175 .TO 
1,281 72 

S51 61 
1.059 48 

898 35 
1,205 08 

784 36 
839 92 
1,133 28 
1,781 94 
1,931 96 
819 04 
1,138 79 

3. 176 70 

996 83 
1,378 84 
1,6.53 20 

034 54 
974 22 

997 21 
1,310 45 

.'>64 42 

14.319 22 

4,465 31 

1,630 40 

1,616 22 

736 H5 I' 
1,0:9 59 ' 
1,^5*^ 85 
1.649 .36 

899 80 
1,081 32 
1,4:5 9U 
1.180 37 



Counties. 



Enumer- 
ation. 



Apportl'n- 
ment. 



Mcl^onald 

Macon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Mercer 

Miller 

Mississippi 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery . . 

Morgan 

New Madrid... 

Newton 

Nodaway 

Oregon 

Osage 

Ozark 

Pemiscot 

Perry 

Pettis 

Phelps 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Ralls 

Randolph 

Ray 

Reynolds 

Kipley 

vSt. Charles.... 

St. Clair 

St. Francois.. . 
Ste. Genevieve 

St. Louis 

Saline 

.Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shan non 

Shelby 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washington.. . 

Wayne 

Webster 

Worth 

Wright 

St. Louis City.. 

Totals 



4.670 


$S94 71 


9.860 


1.889 a> 


3.728 


714 24 


3.-329 


637 79 


8.516 


1.637 30 


4,272 


818 46 


5,5^7 


1,070 40 


3.728 


714 24 


4.8S4 


935 71 


5.491 


1,(62 01 


4.846 


928 43 


4,102 


7.''5 89 


4,524 


866 74 


8.999 


1.724 09 


9,797 


1.876 98 


4,517 


865 40 


4,931 


944 72 


4.120 


789 34 


4,643 


889 54 


5,110 


979 01 


10.112 


1.937 33 


4,910 


946 44 


7.163 


1,372 34 


4.702 


900 84 


7.587 


1,453 57 


3,7.34 


715 39 


5,097 


976 52 


3.556 


681 28 


8.515 


1.681 37 


7.447 


1,428 75 


2.965 


568 06 


4,691 


898 74 


7.740 


1,482 89 


5.923 


1.134 77 


8.610 


1,649 57 


3.653 


699 87 


16,942 


3.245 87 


10,492 


2.010 13 


3,340 


639 90 


3.832 


734 16 


5,194 


995 10 


3,621 


693 74 


4.866 


932 26 


9.075 


1.738 65 


3.266 


625 72 


6,347 


1.216 00 


3.319 


635 88 


7.631 


1.462 00 


9.771 


1,872 00 


3.114 


596 60 


4,608 


882 83 


5.576 


1.068 29 


5.833 


1,117 .53 


2.9.50 


56^ 18 


6.440 


1.233 82 


159.078 


30,649 75 


974,923 


$186,782 82 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



451 



TABLE NO. 14. 

TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COM- 
PANIES IN 1904. 

On their business in J9CS. 

The following copy of the schedule filed In the office of the State Auditor by the 
Superintendent of the Insurance Department exhibits : First, the total amount of 
piemlums received by each of the insurance companies doing business in this State 
during the year ending December 31, 1908; second, the total amount of taxes charged 
agninst each company at the rate of 2 per cent, on gross premiums collected, payable 
to the State Treasurer. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Amount of 

premiums 

returned. 



Foreign Fire. 

Aachen and Munich 

Atlas Assurance 

British America Assurance 

Caledonian* 

Commercial Union Assurance 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire 

Liverpool and London and Globe 

London Assurance Corporation 

London and Lancashire 

Manchester Assurance 

Mannheim 

North British and Mercantile 

Northern Assurance 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society 

Palatine (Limited) 

Phoenix Assurance Limited 

Prussian National 

Reliance Marine* 

Royal 

Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation 

Scottish Union and National 

State Fire 

Sun Insurance Office 

Thuringia 

Union Assurance Society 

"Western Assurance 

United States Fire and Marine. 

Aetna 

ARTicultural .........*. 

Allemania \\\, 

American ............*.'. 

American !!!!".".!!!!! 

Amjerlcan Fire ..* .. . 

Anchor Fire ..........'. 

Assurance Company of North America 

Boston 

British- American .', .!!!'..!..!!!.!!! 

Buffalo Commercial .' 

Buffalo German 



Alx La Chappelle .. 
London 

Toronto 

Scotland 

London 

Hamburg 

Liverpool 

London 

Liverpool 

Manchester 

Mannheim 

I^ondon & Edinburgh.. 

London 

Norwich 

London 

London 

StetUn 



Liverpool 
LIverpdol 
London 



Edinburgh 

Liverpool 

London 



Erfurt. . . 

London 

Toronto 



Hartford 
Watertown 
Pittsburg . . 

Boston 

Newark 

Philadelphia 
Cincinnati 
New York . 



Boston 

New York 
Buffalo ... 
Buffalo . . . 



I25.&I9 71 
27,643 28 

33,828 89 



67,460 91 

60,009 45 

219,106 34 
41,862 90 
52.730 30 

43,065 66 
8.840 47 

107.584 31 

135,828 02 

40,999 31 

27,749 84 

166,742 67 

38,956 04 

i86,'563'47 
30.814 66 

41.146 98 

8.297 19 

43,256 77 

33,283 24 

24,912 97 

38,317 84 



130,117 40 
70^544 31 
15,780 52 
17,809 00 
58.727 89 
42,567 70 
16,987 00 
21,592 60 

6.829 89 

8.034 32 

22,148 49 

40,966 09 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

superinten't. 



S512 39 
562 87 

676 58 



1,349 22 

1,000 19 

4,382 13 

837 06 

1,064 61 

86181 
176 81 

2,15169 

2,716 56 

819 99 

665 00 

3,334 85 

779 10 

616 29 

822 91 
165 94 
865 14 

665 66 

498 26 

766 36 



2,602 86 
1,410 89 
315 61 
356 18 
1,174 56 
851 35 
424 68 
431 85 

136 00 
160 69 
442 97 
819 12 



452 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COBiPANIBS IN 1904-Continue4. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Camden Fire* 

Colonial ABBurance 

Columbia 

Commerce 

Commonwealth 

Concordia Fire 

Connecticut Fire 

Continental 

Detroit Fire and Marine 

Eastern Fire* 

Equitable Fire and Marine 

Farmers Fire 

Federal Fire 

Fire Association 

Flremens 

Fir emens 

Flremens Fund • 

Fire Insurance Company of County or 

Philadelphia 

Franklin Fire 

Oermaa 

German Alliance 

German- American 

German Fire ....'. 

Germania Fire 

Girard Fire and Marine 

Glens Falls 

Greenwich 

Hanover Fire 

Hartford B^re 

Home 

Home Fire and Marine 

Indemnity Fire 

Individual Underwriters 

Insurance Co. of North America 

Jefferson Fire* 

Kingrs County Fire 

Lafayette Fire 

Liverpool and London and Globe 

Lnmbermens 

Mechanics 

Mechanics and Traders 

Mercantile Fire and Marine 

Motropolitan Fire 

Michigan Fire and Marine 

Millers' National 

Milwaukee Fire 

Milwaukee Mechanics 

Nassau 

National Fire 

National Standardt 

National T^nlon Fire 

Newark Fire 

New Hampshire Fire 

New York Fire " 

Niaffara Fire 

North British and Mercantile 

North German Fire 

Northern 

North River 

Northwestern National 

Orient 

Pelican Assurance 

Pennsylvania Fire 

Phenix 



Now Jersey 
New York . 
Jersey City 
A;iban!y . . . . 
New York . 
Milwaukee. . . 

Hartford 

New York . 



Philadelphia 
Detroit 



New York 
Providence 



York 

New Jersey .. 
Philadelphia .. 
Baltimore . . . . 

Newark 

San Francisco 



Philadelphia 
PhUadelphla. 



Freeport .... 
New York . 
New York . 
Pittsburg . . 
New York . 
Philadelphia 
Glens Falls 
New York . 



New York 

Hartford 

New York ... 
San Francisco. 



New York . 
St. Louis . . 
Philadelphia 



Pennsylvania 



New York 



New York . 
New York . 
Philadelphia 

Philadelphia 
Louisiana . . 

Boston 

Illinois 

Detroit 

Chicago 

Milwaukee . 
Milwaukee . 



New York 
Hartford . . 
New York 
Pittsburg .. 
Newark . . . 
Manchester 
New York 
New York 
New York 
New York 
New York 
New York 
Milwaukee 



Hartford 



Amount of 

premiums 

returned. 



|22»829 86 

2,060 66 

13,287 20 

29.974 28 

62,766 62 

222,330 00 

272,626 62 

60,176 17 
14,979 06 



24,728 60 

11,464 34 
4.289 38 
73,686 49 
34,440 96 
60,682 30 
61,177 49 

8,761 21 
12,580 19 

118,681 98 
42,663 74 

181,330 91 
24.211 88 
67,099 93 
17,983 74 
41,000 14 
62,674 17 

77.382 07 
338,125 10 
370.269 79 

87,504 04 

9,719 83 

11,237 67 

183.806 71 



4,502 34 

8.876 23 

9,244 81 

10,148 18 

26,406 87 
3.068 00 
24,326 95 
170 30 
14,336 08 
42.6U00 
16.150 58 
70,128 24 

12,280 79 
247,473 30 



New York . 
Philadelphia 
Brooklyn . . . 



18,939 86 
10,794 23 
46.627 U 
17.675 47 
80.392 62 

7.307 00 
19,416 86 

1.968 92 
22.892 63 
86,274 24 

62,486 83 

5,071 67 

90.629 08 

177,869 92 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

Buperlnten't. 



$446 60 

41 61 

266 74 

699 49 

1,066 33 

4,446 60 

6,462 61 

1,003 60 
449 37 



494 67 

229 29 

86 79 

1.473 71 

688 82 
1,213 66 
1,023 66 

176 22 
25180 

2,373 64 
863 07 

3,626 62 
484 23 

1.342 00 
369 68 
820 00 

1,253 48 

1,547 64 

6,762 70 

7,406 40 

760 08 

194 40 

224 76 

3,676 11 



90 06 

177 64 
184 90 
202 96 

506 12 

61 36 

486 54 

341 

490 08 

852 22 

323 12 

1.402 66 

245 62 
4,949 47 



378 79 
216 88 
932 54 
853 6Z 

1,607 85 

146 14 

388 32 

39 38 

467 85 

1,726 48 

1.249 72 

101 43 
1.810 68 
8,647 20 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



453 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 1904~ContiBued. 



Name of companies. 



liocation of home 
office. 



Amount of 

premiuma 

returned. 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

Buperlnten't. 



Phoenix 

Providence-Washington 



Queen 



Reliance 

Rochester German 



> Philadelphia 
Roohe 



Scottish National Ins. Oo. of America. 

St. Paul Fire and Marine 

Security 

Sprinsrneld Fire and Marine 

Spring Garden 

Stuy vesant* 

Sea and Lake 



Teutonla 

The Star Fire*. 
Traders 



Underwriters at American Lloyds. 

Union , 

United States Fire 



Western Underwriters Ass' n (Inc.).... 

Weschester 

WiUlameburgh City Fire 

Mutual Fire Insurance Companies of Other 

States, 



Iowa State Mutual Fire. 



Michigan Millers Mutual Fire 

Millers Mutual Fire Ins. Association.. 
Mill Owners Mutual Fire 



Hartford . 
Providence. 

New York 



Regular Life. 



Aetna Life , 

American Central Life. 



Bankers Life 

Bankers Life 

Bankers Reserve Life. 



Connecticut Mutual 
Des Moines Life 



Equitable IJfe ^ 

Equitable Life Assurance Society 



Fidelity Mutual Life. 
Franklin Life 



Gormania Life 

Hartford Life 
Home Life 



llllnoiR Life 

Inter- State Life Assurance. 



John Hancock Mutual Life. 
Kansas Mutual Life* 



Manhattan Life 

Maasachusett.** Mutual Llfo 

Metropolitan Life 

Minnesota Mutual Life 

Mutual Benefit Life 

Mutual Life 

Mutual Reserve Life 



National Life of U. S. A.. 
National Life and Trust a. 
National Life 



leipn 
s^r 



Chicago 

St. Paul 

New. Haven .. 
Springfield . . . . 
Philadelphia .. 

New York 

West Virginia 

New Orleans 

Kentucky , . . . : 
Chicago 



New York . 
Philadelphia 
New York . 



Chicago . . 
New York 
New York 



Keokuk, la 



Lansing, Mich 
Alton, 111 ...... 

Des Moines, la. 



Hartford . . . 
Indianapolis 



Lincoln ... 
New York 
Omaha . . . 



Hartford 



Des Moines 

Des Moines 
New York . 



Philadelphia 
Springfield . 



New York 

Hartford . 
New York 



<3hlcagfo . . . . 
IndlanapolVs 



Boston 
Topeka 



New York 
Springfield 
New York 
St. Paul .. 
Newark . . 
New York 
New York 



Washington, D, C. 

Des Moines 

Montpeller 



$129,106 32 
62,156 84 

157,216 72 

39,6^58 
61,566 65 

2,819 48 

43,156 6S 

27,947 59 

123,764 23 

30,172 12 



4.669 56 
24.338 93 



29,527 60 

22.206 73 
15,910 34 
19,279 40 

37,767 63 
54,529 05 
25,379 11 



96.572 65 

12,409 67 

9,724 85 

14,560 47 



475.803 87 
6.316 46 

26,723 17 

1,821 96 

957 48 

. 152,375 35 

54,010 01 

21.228 45 
1,015,007 02 

89.456 37 
113,221 31 

117,415 13 

206.437 00 
56,341 87 

62.498 60'| 
21,993 23 

292,899 40 



56.161 48 

194.188 49| 
2,392,161 99 

36.788 14 

351.636 59 

1,264.498 51 

27.749 00 

81,097 16 



141,69162 



$2,58211 
1,043 14 

3,144 33 

793 15 
1,031 11 

56 40 

863 13 

658 95 

2,475 28 

608 44 



9119 
486 78 



690 55 

444 13 
818 21 
386 59 

755 35 

1,090 58 

507 58 



2,414 32 

372 29 
194 50 
364 02 



9,616 06 
126 83 

634 46 
86 44 

19 16 

8,047 61 

1,350 25 

630 71 
20,300 14 

1,789 14 
2,264 43 

2,348 30 

4,108 74 
1.126 84 

1,249 97 
439 86 

6.857 99 



1,103 23 

3.883 77 

47.843 24 

735 76 

7.082 73 

25,269 97 

564 98 

1,621 94 

'2,833*83 



454 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 1904-Contlnue<L 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Amount of 

premlumB 

retumedL 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

superinten't. 



New England Mutual Life 

New York Life 

Northern Central Life 

Northweatern Life and Savlngrs 6 

Northwestern National Life 

Pacific Mutual Life .'. . 

Penn Mutual Life 

Phoenix Mutual Ufp 

Provident Life and Trust 

Provident Savings Life Ass. Society 

Prudential Ins. Co. of America 

Reliance Life* 

Royal Union Mutual Life 

Security Mutual Life 

Security Trust and Life 

State Mutual Ldfe 

State Life 

The Travelers Life 

I'^nlon Central Life 

Union Mutual Life 

United States Life 

Washington Life 

Stipulated Premium Life Companies. 

Cosmopolitan IJfe 

Union Life 

Miscellaneous Stock Companies. 

Aetna Life c 

Aetna Indemnity 

American Bonding 

American Credit-Indemnity 

American Surety 

Bankers Surety 

Casualty Co. of America 

City Trust. Safe Deposit and Surety.. 
Continental Casualty 

Employers I^labllity Ass. Corp. (Ltd.).. 

Fidelity and Casualty 

THdelity and Deposit 

Frank fort- American • 

Frankfort Mar'e, Accid't & Plate Glass 

General Accident Assurance Cor. (Ltd.) 
Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity 
Guarantee Co. of North America 

Hartford Steam Boiler Insp. & Ins. Co. 

Lloyds Plate Glass 

London Guarantee and Accident (Ltd.) 

Maryland Ca^^nalty 

Metropolitan Plate Glass 

National Surety 

New Amsterdam Casualty 

New Jersey Plate Glass. 

New York Plate Glass 

North American Accident 

Ocean Accident and Guaranty Co. (Ltd) 

Pacific Surety 

Preferred Accident 

Philadelphia Casualty 



Boston 

New York 

Toledo 

Des Moines 
St. Paul ... 



San Francisco 
Philadelphia .. 

Hartford 

Philadelphia .. 

New York 

Newark 



$183, OeO 43 

2,159.629 82 

26142 



35,879 78 

125.586 03 
174,071 09 
132.432 18 
106,779 29 
111,167 66 
1.064,593 71 



Pennsylvania 
Des Moines . 



Binghampton 
Philadelphia 
Worcester . . 
Indianapolis 



Hartford 



Cincinnati 

Portland, Me 
New York ... 



New York 



Illinois 

Indlanapolfs 



Hartford . 
Hartford . 
Baltimore 
New York 
New York 

Cleveland 



New York . 
Philadelphia 
Hammond 



London 



New York 
Baltimore 
New York.. 
Frankfort, 



Ger 



Perth 

New York 
Montreal . 

Hartford . 

New York 
London . . . 



Baltimore 
New York 

New York 
New York 
New York 
New York 
Chicago . . 



London 



San Francisco 
New York .... 
Philadelphia .. 



9,001 69 

17,145 86 
46.807 52 
99,854 40 
68,293 15 

359,001 60 

175,931 97 
80,060 11 
43,586 04 

81,357 26 



26.300 04 
11,646 61 



11,239 59 
44,438 71 
70,936 50 
48,100 56 

2,025 28 

5,806 47 
10.677 22 
53,084 73 

56,776 26 

292,172 24 
30.048 38 



89,896 53 

10,622 32 
2.374 61 
3,716 18 

28,464 62 

19,646 59 
17,194 42 

134,850 54 
7,703 72 

44,037 30 
08,901 00 
8,259 64 
19,055 57 
13,884 29 

S3, 528 34 

1,405 63 

31.335 00 

7,955 15 



$3,66181 

43,192 60 

653 



717 60 

2,511 72 
3,481 42 
2,648 64 
2,135 59 
2,223 35 
21,291 87 



225 04 

342 92 

936 15 

1,997 09 

1,366 86 

7,180 09 

4,398 30 

1, 601 20 

871 92 

1,627 15 



263 00 
115 47 



224 79 

888 77 

1,418 73 

962 01 

60 63 

116 13 

213 54 

1,061 69 

1,135 52 

5.843 44 
600 97 



1,797 93 

212 45' 
47 49 
74 32 

669 29 

392 93 
343 89 

2,697 01 
154 07 

SSO 75 
1,378 02 
165 19 
381 11 
277 69 

1,670 57 

29 31 
626 70 
159 10 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



455 



TAXES CHARGED AGAINST FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES IN 19a4— Continued. 



Name of companies. 



Location of home 
office. 



Standard L4fe and< Accident 

The Title Guaranty and Trust Co. 



United States Casualty 

United States Fidelity and Guarantee. 

United States Guarantee 

United States Health and Accident, 
Union Accident Stock 



i«*«k*aa •« 



• •«•■• 



Recapitulation. 



Foreign Fire 

United States Fire and Marine. 

Mutual Fire of other States 

Reprular Life 

Stipulated Premium Plan Life. 
Miscellaneous Stock 



Totals 



Detroit , 

Scranton 



New York 
Baltimore 
New York 
Sagrlnaw .. 
Denver . . . 



Amount of 

premiums 

returned. 



$86,614 36 
3,000 49 

23,019 32 

95,301 87 

64 00 

20.510 69 

4.440 85 



Taxes levied 

thereon by 

superinten't. 



I 



$1,732 29 

60 01 

460 39 

1,906 04 

1 28 

410 21 

88 82 



1.494,610 22 

5.025,661 02 

133,267 64 

12,333,023 56 

37,846 &5 

1,451.148 97 


29,892 22 

100,891 42 

3. 345 13 

247.962 65 

378 47 

29.033 OS 


$30,475.558 06 


1411.502 97 



•No business in 1003. 

tRe-insured in Assurance Co. North America and premium returned by that Co. 
a Re-insured in National I-ife U. S. A., and premium returned by that Co. 
h Re-insured in N. W. National lilfe, and premium returned by that Co. 
c Included in Regular Life Premium. 



456 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



TABLE NO. 15. 

FOREIGN INSURANCE TAXES APPORTIONED TO THE 

COUNTIES FOR THE YEAR 1904. 

The State Treasurer received from the insurance companies for the year ending October 
1, 1904, $411,889.44, and, in obedience to the ro(]ulrements of section 8046, Revised Statutes 
1899, the State Auditor, on the first day of October of that year apportioned one-half of that 
sum, 1205,941.77 to the several counties on the basis of .20707123 for each child of school age 
as shown by the last enumeration, as follows: 



Oounties. 



Enumer- 
ation. 



Appor- 
tionment. 



Oounties. 



Enumer- 
ation. 



Appor- 
tionment* 



Adair 

Andrew 

Atchison . . . . 

Audrain 

Barry 

Barton 

Hates 

Benton 

BolllDger 

Boone 

Buchanan 

BuTl^r 

Caldwell 

Callaway 

Camden 

C. Girardeau.. 

Carroll 

Carter 

Cass 

Cedar 

Charlton 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Cole 

Cooper 

Crawford 

Dade 

Dallas 

Daviess 

DeKalb 

Dent 

Douglas 

Dunklin 

Franklin 

Gasconade 

Gentry 

Greene* 

Grundy 

Harrison 

Henry 

Hickory 

Holt 

Howard 

Howell 

Iron 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jeflferson 

Jonnson 

Knox 

Laclede 

Lafayette 

Lawrence 

Lewis 

Lincoln 

Linn 

Livingston 



8,800 
5,0i0 

4, Ov4 

6.549 
8,36S 
6.817 
8,907 
5,437 
5,21S 
8,394 
40.453| 
5,7831 
4.4641 
7,16K 
4,215 
7.925 
7,545 

\,m^ 

7,2Mi 
5,338 
8,484 
5,450 
4,109 
5,rd4 
4,713 
8,3.0 
8,489 
4,495 
5.473 
4,943 
6,208 
4,092 
4.3871 
6,0211 
9,490l 
10.010 
4,325 
5,8a5 
18,620 
5,073 
6,879 
8.321 
3,227 
4,^42 
5,243 
7,165 
2 993 
74.741 
23,553 
8.683 
8.517 
3,781' 
5 820 
9, rt39 
8,673 
4,621 
5.5S4 
7,660i 
6,3161 



81,408 08 
1,039 50 

9.il 29 
1,356 10 
1.732 77 
1,204 53 
1.844 80 
1, 125 85 
1.079 88 
1,73s 16 
8.376 8^ 
1, 197 49 

934 37 
1.484 29 

872 80 
1.641 03 
1,562 30 

393 23 
1,S07 69 
1.104 30 
1.756 79 
1, 129 76 

850 85 
1,187 35 

975 93 
1,308 69 
1,343 89 

930 77 
1,133 30 
1.023 55 
1,285 50 

847 34 

908 42 
1,246 77 
1,965 10 
2,072 77 

895 57 
1,208 26 
3,441 51 
1,050 46 
1.424 44 
1,723 04 

668 21 
1.023 35 
1,089 82 
1,483 66 

819 76 

15,476 70 

4,877 15 

1.798 00 

1,763 63 

7W2 94 
1,205 15 
2.0.i7 35 
1,795 92 

956 87 
(. 156 28 
1,587 40 
1,307 85 



McDonald 

Maoon 

Madison 

Maries 

Marion 

Vlercer , 

Miller 

Mississippi 

Moniteau 

Monroe 

Montgomery... 

Morgan 

New Madrid.... 

Newton 

Nodaway 

Oregon 

Ozark 

Pemiscot 

Perry 

Pettis 

Phelps 

Pike 

Platte 

Polk 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Ralls 

Randolph 

Ray 

Reynolds 

Ripley 

St. Charles 

St. Clair 

St. Francois 

Ste. Genevieve. 

St. Louis 

Saline 

Schuyler 

Scotland 

Scott 

Shannon 

Shelby 

Stoddard 

Stone 

Sullivan 

Taney 

Texas 

Vernon 

Warren 

Washington.... 

Wayne 

Webster 

Worth 

Wright 

St. Louis City.. 



Totals. 



4.825 


$999 12 


9,896 


2,049 17 


8,921 


8U 93 


3.448 


713 96 


8,514 


1,763 00 


4.315 


893 90 


6.767 


1,194 17 


4,088 


842 37 


4.8>6 


997 25 


5.030 


1.183 80 


4,774 


988 56 


4.052 


839 05 


4,791 


992 08 


8,775 


1,817 05 


9,323 


1.930 5S 


4,845 


981 85 


5.067 


1,049 22 


4.307 


891 88 


4.852 


1.004 70 


5,140 


1.064 35 


10.199 


2.111 91 


4.942 


1.09 85 


7.538 


1,560 00 


4.582 


948 80 


7.590 


1,571 08 


3.840 


795 15 


5,121 


1,060 40 


8.673 


780 57 


8.850 


1.832 56 


7,854 


1.522 80 


8,158 


65i 52 


4,838 


960 40 


7,764 


1.607 70 


5,786 


1,198 10 


.8,438 


1,747 28 


3,786 


783 07 


17,577 


8.839 67 


10,318 


2,188 55 


8.280 


879 19 


3.732 


772 80 


5,207 


1,078 22 


3.651 


758 02 


4.722 


977 79 


9,003 


1,864 25 


8,353 


691 30 


8.302 


1.804 95 


8.575 


740 28 


7,767 


1,608 32 


0.856 


1,937 85 


8,138 


649 79 


4,780 


985 66 


5.402 


1,118 60 


5,740 


1,188 58 


»,?73 


574 20 


6.433 


1,332 09 


178,260 


88.912 52 


994.580 


6205,944 77 



ABSTRACTS OF TAX BOOKS. 



457 



TABLE NO. 16. 



TAXATION OF EXPRESS COMPANIES ON THEIR BUSINESS. 

Atatracts of aiaietnenU filed in t90S and i904. 

The following table exhibits the amount of receipts by the several express companies 
for buRiness done In this State for the years ending March 31, 1908 and 1904, including 
proportion of gross receipts for bu8inef>s done by such companies in connection with 
other companies, as shown by the sworn statements filed with the State Auditor, and the 
amount of State taxes charged thereon : 



Name of express company. 



Statements filed in 1903. 



Total receipts 
on business 
in the State. 



Adams 

American 

Pacific 

Southern 

United States 

Wells, Fargo & Company 

Totals 



1111,852 29 
44,467 15 

348,482 51 
20.63164 
31,602 52 

193.96183 



$750,987 94 



Amount 
State 
taxes. 



Statements filed in 1904. 



Total receipts 
on business 
in the State. 



Amount 
State 
taxes. 



11,39815 
556 71 

4,366 03 
257 89 
396 03 

2.424 62 



19,387 33 



1123,789 00 
64,199 48 

405,6];8 97 
21.827 81 
38.494 44 

255.269 15 



$898,688 80 



$1,547 36 
677 59 

5,070 24 
266 60 
48118 

3.190 74 



$11,233 71 



TABLE NO. 17. 

The following pages contain statements of the accounts of collectors of the revenue of 
the several counties and of the City of St. Louis for the years 1902 and 1903, as adjusted 
at their annual settlements In 190a and 1904. 

In every statement a line is given for each ordinary charge or credit in a collector's 
nccount, but in many of the accounts no entry is made on some of the lines, for the 
reason that the entries for which such lines were intended did not occur In those ac- 
counts. It was deemed best for the sake of uniformity to compile the accounts In the form 
here used: 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS, 



459 



ADAIR COUNTY— Frank W. Gibbs, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad taxbook 1902 

merchants' and roanufacturerM* tax-book of 1002 

interest on curi*ent taxes (since January 1, 1903)... 

collections on back taxes :... 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal dellnanent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroml taxet? 

collections on licenses 

ad yalorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book. « 
errors and additional assessments- on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to ualance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal dellnnuent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902..., 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on 113,972.51 at ZM: per cent 

commission on $1,S10.68 at 1 per cent 



$12,310 47 

1,814 43 

36S 12 

25 57 
1.233 97 

100 48 
180 54 

26 53 
679 32 

1.306 00 
12 43 



117,968 16 



State Key. 
and State 
Interest. 



$16,021 62 

1.028 23 

52S 53 

8 61 
3 75 

349 31 
18 11 



$17,i»58 16 



To 



ADAIR COUNTY— Frank W. Gibbs, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes .. 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and addlticmal assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1003... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. 190.S... 
errors and erroneous Assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $11,138.71 at 2% per cent 

commission on $1,327.35 at 1 per cent 



$8,940 20 

1,327 35 

270 33 

11 23 

1,160 23 

174 39 

263 61 

36 14 



1,333 00 
14 80 



$13,631 28 



$12,210 46 
335 75 

6 72 



27S 47 
13 27 



$13,531 28 



460 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



ANDREW COUNTY— John W. Klinb, Cirtlector. 
In accoont with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinmient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additl<»ia1 assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 19u3 account 

warrant to oalance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

pprsoTinl flellnnupnt list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous anbessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1902. 

commlBSion on $16,478.34 at Z^A per cent 

comznission on $1,63&.57 at 1 per cent 



$15,677 42 

1,635 57 

378 95 

23 08 

128 03 

16 32 

12 05 



30 77 
543 00 
64 



5 



$18,450 83 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



$17,717 36 
156 33 
108 45 

40 12 

1 25 

410 96 

16 36 



$18,450 83 



ANDREW COUNTY— John W. Kline, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) *. ... 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

(irrors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overimid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$11,664 80 

1,215 35 

303 54 

16 08 

129 57 

13 38 

6 95 



446 00 
4 61 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1 00.*^ 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $12,321.21 at 2% per cent 

commission on $1,215.35 at 1 per cent 



$13,800 28 



$13,216 38 

166 83 

86 48 

10 41 



3US 03 
12 15 



$13,800 28 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



461 



ATCHISON COUNTY— Georqb E. Walter, Collector. 
Id account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manulacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

coHectioQS on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current raMroad tax-bcok.. 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 

book 

amouut overpaid, carried to 1908 account 

warrant to balance 



121,113 79 

1,297 95 

379 63 

22 82 

647 77 

75 23 

211 52 

88 51 

49 24 

103 00 

3 53 



Cr. 



By 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent ruiiroad tax of 19i)2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax- book, 1902. 

commission on $20,949.64 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $1,297.53 at 1 per cent 



$23,992 99 



$21,848 18 

926 4S 

614 70 

42 

62 72 

3 75 

623 76 

12 98 



$23,992 99 



ATCHISON COUNTY— George E. Walter, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of 1903 :.... 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses ^. 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903.... 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-bo<^, 1903.. 

commission on $16,700.21 at 2% per oent * 

commission on $978.95 at 1 per cent 



$15,225 38 
979 27 
264 74 
14 78 
903 20 
102 48 
172 68 
112 66 



$17,775 19 



$16,386 40 

600 91 

380 84 

32 

1 30 



392 51 
9 79 

$17,775 19 



4^)2 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



AUDUAIN COUNTY, Albbiw Harbison, Collector. 
In account with Btate taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. I State Rev. 
and State) and State 
interest Interest. 



Da. 



By 



To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' nnd manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 , 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back takes. , 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years ■ 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general fax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



$20,015 00 

3.685 30 

639 90 

39 46 

1.669 79 

278 43 



Cu. 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent Hat of 19('2 

personal delinquent list of 10(»2 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

oii'ors and erroneous assosstiieutH on p:«'ii»»ra! tax-book, 1902 — 
errors and erroneous asspssiuents on railroad tax-book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assensn.onts on M. and M. tax -book, 1902. 

commission on $21,165.69 at 2% per cent 

commission on $3,585.30 at 1 per cent 



377 36 

202 47 

610 00 

8 17 



1 25 



$24,765 83 

1.106 38 

601 39 

83 79 

4 75 

629 14 

35 85 



$27 127 13 $27,127 13 



AUDRAIN COUNTY, ALBEnr Harrison, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1904. 



Dk 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of li>03 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since .January 1, 1904) 

collections on back tuxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinouent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



I 



$14,441 15 

2,622 84 

399 42 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-noox, liMK^.., 
errors and erroneous nssessments on M. and M. tax-l)ook, 1903. 

commission on $15,5W.25 at 2i/i per cent 

commission on $2,622.84 at 1 per cent 



1,2S7 12 
174 80 



259 76 



640 00 

7 35 

1^4 00 



$17,977 44 
835 53 
455 69 

79 37 

4 35 

387 83 
26 23 



$19,766 44 ; $19,766 44 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



463 



BARRY COUNTY— HiBAM P. Sons, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

raiUoad tax-book 1902 

mercuuuu and manufactarers* tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes | 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 1 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes r 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses ' 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 1 
errors and uuditlonal assessments on current railroad tax-book.., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount ovcrpuld, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to uulauce 

Cr. 



19,181 34 
1.361 11 
406 88 
14 Z?. 
991 10 
211 38 
107 26 



67 13 
765 00 
45 



5 



10 11 
"66*28 



By balnnce from 1901 account 

treasurers* receipts 

laud delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 , 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 , 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erruui^ous assessments on railroad tax-book, li)(i2... 1 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902.. 

commission on $9,935.61 at 4 per cent 

commission on $1,351.11 at 1 per cent 



$13,161 36 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



, $11 68 

10.980 67 

1,259 44 

411 06 

87 73 



397 42 
13 61 



|13 161 36 



BARRY COUNTY— Warben- E. Beitb, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 190.3 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes - 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinnuent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on Iic<msos 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-hook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 190.3 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. V 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 190.'' 

commission on $8,272.35 at 4 per cent 

commission on $909.10 at 1 per cent 



$6,832 05 

1,003 24 

306 27 

12 98 

1,45108 

283 9=> 

139 28 

12 33 



719 00 

4 45 

47 41 

18 



; $10,362 22 



$8,942 90 

848 67 

224 27 

4 32 



1 18 

330 89 

9 99 



$10,362 22 



464 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BARTON COUNTY, John W. Rex, Bx Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

rai Iroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1DU2 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes •- 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1001 

collections on > personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent raUro«id taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on cnrrent railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



|12,m 83 

2,542 04 

828 64 

89 83 

993 26 

160 70 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurets' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
ellnquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book,- 1902. 

commission on $10.9T7.86 at 2Mt per cent 

commission on $4,869.82 at 2 per cent 



87 00 

820 00 

1« 18 



8 80 



§196 

$15,569 86 

895 4S 

249 4S 

61 85 



274 45 
97 20 



$17,140 28 



$17,140 28 



BARTON COUNTY, John W. Rhx, Bx Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



n^ 



Db. 



Vo general tax-book of 1903. 



railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1 903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest jon back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on cnrrent railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1908 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, lOon.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $7,976.88 at 2% per cent 

commission on $3,198.38 at 2 per cent 



$8,786 25 

1.868 92 

248 66 

86 83 

290 88 

89 57 

689 67 



1,080 00 
10 80 



4 90 



$18,046 88 



$8 50 

11,976 96 
681 73 
171 69 

43 33 



199 41 
13 96 

$13,045 8S 



ACCOUNTS OF COI<i:.ECTORS. 



465 



BATES COUNTY— Wm. T. Johnson, Ex Officio Collector. 
Id account with State tnxos for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



Btate Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

raili oad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent lint of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overoald, carried to 1908 account 

warrant to oalance 



$20,782 68 

2.744 5S 

734 61 

39 62 

805 30 

86 67 

6 S3 

64 63 

86 40 

926 20 

19 36 

99 62 



52 86 



Or. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

laud delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on jireneral tax-book, 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
Errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1002. 

commission on 119.677.93 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $5,816.27 at 2 per cent 



$26,439 23 



$5 40 

24.486 96 

791 60 

501 21 

46 

57 83 



489 46 
106 33 

$26,439 23 



BATES COUNTY— Wm. T. Johnson^ Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



By 



Db 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

intetest on current taxes (since January 1. 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$16,556 66 

2.082 81 

516 44 

29 23 

1.026 00 

133 14 

109 61 

SO 46 



951 40 
15 08 
38 29 



Cr. 



balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts - 

land dellnqueqt list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on s:*»nernl tnx-hoox, 1003... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad cax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1003 

commission on $15,689.88 at 2% per cent ; 

commission on $4,834.05 at 2 per cent ! 



• • • • • I 



• ••■••■•< 



$21,639 01 



$52 86 

20.062 59 

565 24 

314 09 



54 97 
33 



392 25 
96 68 

$21,539 01 



A-30 



4<y 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BENTON COUNTY— Jambs S. Thusston, Collector. 
In account with State taxes t^x the year ending March 1, 1903. 



I 

( State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Da. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-buck of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1001 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on curi*ent general tax-book.... 
errors and additional a.s8essmonts on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. lax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



$8,610 39 

33S 73 

2S3 69 

1 88 

429 49 

65 74 

42 46 



9 35 

397 22 

2 96 

1 83 



Zo I 



Cb- 



lly balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

pel sonal, delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $8,987.90 at 3 per cent 

commission on $338.73 at 1 per cent 



$9,062 d5 
566 64 
266 37 



5 50 



1 50 

269 64 

3 39 



$10,175 99 I $10,175 99 



BENTON COUNTY— James S. Thurston, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dtt. 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of 19u3 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years.. 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book ; 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-l'ook.. . j 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$6,179 86 

268 02 

212 22 

2 94 

458 41 

54 65 

61 73 



K46 00 
1 98 



Cr. 



By balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1003 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railronrt tax of lOnrj 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-hoox. T^^'^.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous nssessinents on M. and M. tax-book. 1003. 

commission on $G, 738.14 at 3 per cent 

commission on $2G8.0<J at 1 per cent 




$3,801 34 
418 71 
165 52 



42 



$7,585 81 



202 14 
2 68 

$7,585 81 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTOKS. 



467 



BOLLINOBR COUNTY— Wautbb B. Dickbt, Collector, 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1906. 



Btate Bev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Bey. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1U02 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book okf 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1» 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinmient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on cnri*ent general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried .to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



;5.256 03 

606 63 

323 48 

5 32 

297 67 

39 63 

23 92 



7S 62 
106 00 



3 54 



Ck. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 10i»2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $5,601.66 at 5 per cent 

commission on $606.63 at 1 per cent 



22 

$6,004 08 

301 14 

118 50 



13 25 



17 60 

280 OS 

6 07 



$6,740 84 I $6,740 84 



BOLIJNGBR COUNTY— Walter E. Dickey, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dk. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-hook of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of '903 

personal delinquent list of l^f^'i 

delinquent railroad tax of 1908 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tnx-t>oox. i^<)'t... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

oommission on $4,575.04 at 5 per cent 

comsnisslon on $485.11 at 1 per cent 



$4,037 07 ' 

485 11 

278 65 

2 89 

243 75 

23 23 

36 89 



223 00 

43 

11 82 



11 44 



$3 54 

4.834 56 

205 99 

67 18 



3 02 



6 40 

228 74 

4 85 



$5,354 18 $5,354 IS 



468 



KF.POKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BOONE COUNTY— Wm. J. &fAYBR, Collector. 
Id account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 190S. 



"1 

i State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tnx-book of HM)2 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903j 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 19ol 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railrotid taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current greneral tax-hook 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tu^book.. 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance * 



120,890 66 

2.632 87 

663 78 

55 15 

2,117 39 

681 87 

364 69 

111 01 

95 26 

1,C85 75 

12 02 



'tsW 



Cb. 

Ky balance from 1901 account ' 

treasurers' receipts • i S25 466 6S 

land delinquent list of 1902 I 1369 76 

personal delinquent list of 1002 *g04 33 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 ....1 18 61. 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 182 20 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1902 -,.. 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902... >' " 20 24 

commission on 123,252.61 at 2V6 per cent 581 32 

commission on $2,614.26 at 1 per cent , 1 26 14 



128,468 78 $28,468 78 



BOONE COUNTY— HiLAsr B. BcsH, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of lOi^^i 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxen (since January 1, 1904) 

collections 00 back taxes '. 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections <m llcensea 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assossments on current j^eneral tnx-l>ook.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnx-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 

Cn. 



$15,647 2*'i 

1.924 33 

509 53 

42 89 

1,411 19 

320 10 

447 19 

118 34 



"S 



1,235 o 

12 It; 

13 9S 



8 03 



f3 



By balance from 1902 account. 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 190.? 
personal delinquent list of 190 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous asKP««sraents on sreneral tnx-boox, ino3 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tnx-boox, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903.. 1 

commission on $18,127.61 at 2 per cent 

commission on $1,903.10 at 1 per cent 



• • • • • 



$19,797 47 

1,0S3 00 

449 15 

21 23 

25 07 



12 88 

362 55 

19 03 



$21,720 38 $21,720 SS 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



469 



BUCHANAN COUNTY— Benj. L. Hklslbt, Collector. 
Id account with State taxes for the year ending March 1» 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Eey. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 3 902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since .January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal dellnnuent list of all previous years 

cojUjctlons on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additionnl assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



••••■• 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

ftersonal delinquent list of 1^02 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous nssossnipT>i-ti ot> - -' '^•»' » -^'- iq'^o 

errors and erroneous a33»»HS'^ien'-H on railroad tpx-book. 1902. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902 

commission on $60,280.75 at 1% per cent 

commission on $19,858.62 at *4 of 1 per cent 

commission on $8,628.36 at 1 per cent 



« • • • * 



168,876 15 

8.628 35 

7.985 28 

79 05 

3,494 16 

575 6 

288 

26 00 

4 63 

7.726 00 



44 12 



5 50 
34 45 



$97,766 22 



187,748 02 
4.208 85 
4.369 86 

354 71 



904 21 
99 29 
86 28 



197.766 22 



BUCHANAN COUNTY— Bbnj. L. Hblsubt, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1901 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 190.'{ 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes '. 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes •. 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on cuiTent railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



162,390 37 

6,598 23 

6,941 90 

54 79 

4.357 98 

834 01 

991 66 

977 28 



9 570 60 



06 



Cb. 



7 56 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 190S.. 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on sreneral tax-boox. 190.3... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, IPor^ 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $51,060.58 at 1% per cent 

commission on $22,092.10 at % of 1 per cent 

commission on $6,598 04 at 1 per cent 



• •••••• 



$91,757 09 



$34 45 

79,T77 95 
3.799 03 
3,871 80 



3.831 32 

19 

765 91 

110 46 

65 98 



$91,757 09 



470 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



BUTLBR COUNTY— John H. Boudsks, Collector. 
Is account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903^ 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal dollnquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rnliroud taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and sf^Hltlonal assoKKinents on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpnld. carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous asRossments on ereneral tax-hook. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous a «HosHinont8 on railroad tax-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $9,062.02 at 3 per cent 

commission on $1,880.08 at 1 per cent 



$7,106 65 

1.880 08 

782 66 

13 09 

750 79 

139 57 

56 50 

• 42 67 

76 59 

1,809 00 

50 25 



$10,770 70 

1.242 45 

347 19 



38 24 



$12,707 85 



18 61 

271 86 

18 80 



$12,707 85 



BUTLER COUNTY— John H. Soddbbs, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

lallroad tax-book of 190;j 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 190.3 

Interest on current taxe« (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on .back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal dellnnuent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes '. 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assf'ssments on current general tnx-hoi* 

errors and additional assfssments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$5,380 63 
1.648 47 
639 94 
8 34 
840 67 
139 03 
109 99 
136 13 



Cr. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessmpntR on firi^nenjl tnx-l>oox. 1^03... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. 1903. . 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $8,266.49 at 3 per cent 

commlaslon on $1,648.47 at 1 per cent 



2.141 00 
51 47 



22 33 



m,118 00 



$9,799 25. 
820 71 
213 01 



19 11 



1 75 

247 69 

16 48 



$11,118 00 



ACCOUNTS OF COI^I^ECTORS. 



471 



CALDWELL COITNTY— JoNATnAN M. Waogonbr, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rer. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of lf'02 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

colloctlons on delinquent r;i?ircad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to onlance 



Ce. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on creneral tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous nsjvHsmonti on railroad tax book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $13,067.02 at 2% per cent 

commission on (2,502.66 at 2 per cent 



113 
1 



,182 97 

.856 13 

415 50 

13 53 

43 49 

8 87 



67 35 

210 00 

2 61 

1 00 



126 43 



$16,377 60 

23 53 

100 83 

33 95 

5 22 



326 70 
50 06 



$16,917 88 $15,917 88 



CALDWELL COUNTY— Wklcomk B. Wiiitf, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the jear ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 , 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax -book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1. 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal dellnouent list of all previous years.... 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$10,713 21 

1,467 42 

301 64 

17 17 

35 77 

4 57 

4 30 




Cb. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 190.^ 

personal delinquent list of 19<»3 

delinquent railroad tax of 1 903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. 1003 .. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $10,621.43 at 2% per cent 

commission on $2,091.52 at 2 per cent 



$12,823 24 



$12,406 68 
26 02 
52 34 



31 13 



80 

265 54 

41 83 



$12,823 24 



472 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



CALLAWAY COUNTY, Wm. J. Gooldt, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, IdOS. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rer. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

rail road tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

^railroad taxes claimed by county ivui account 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delluquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent liflt of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rallrrad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assf^Hments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



$14,902 05 

2,367 2t 

457 14 

926 12 

7 84 

423 62 

37 44 

39 94 



iiy 



Cb. 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal dellnoueni list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous aiRscs-^nifnts on railroad lax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous a»B<»Rsmpnt8 on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $15,190.23 at 2^ per cent 

commission on ^.366.04 at 1 per cent 

'balance 



69 39 

261 0<) 

16 26 

52 



35 



$16,286 44 

614 04 

334 47 

2 20 

6 69 



$19,498 91 



3S 

379 76 

23 65 

1.851 28 



$19,498 91 



*Railroad taxes claimed by county under Act of March 23, 1868. 



CALLAWAY COUNTY— Stephen E. MCVkigh, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To 



jfenfral tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1003 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 190.S 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

ooUectlons on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal dellnniient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licensea 

ad valorem tsx on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current freneral tax-book 

errors and additional assoRsments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent lift of 10o:< 

personal delinquent list of lOO.s 

delinnuent railroad tax of 100.^ 

errors and erroneous assessments on sreneral tax-boox, 190.^... 
errors and erroneoiia assesf^ments on railroad tax-boox, lO^'i 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commI.«ision on .^11 P'^'i.Tl at 2U per cent 

commission on $1,721.29 at 1 per cent 

•balance 



$11,127 89 

1.721 29 

338 65 

12 29 

583 42 

56 90 

60 48 

1 OS 



295 00 
11 76 



81 



$14,199 56 



$12,712 81 

346 42 

165 55 

1 80 

70 



300 32 

17 21 

665 25 



$14,199 66 



^Railroad taxes claimed by county under Act of March 23, 1868. 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



473 



CAMDEN COUNTY— Wm. F. Claibobxb, Collector.. 
In acconnt with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



Btate Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Ds. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 , 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1002 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes % . . 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses.: 

ad valorem tax on licenses | 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance *. 



$4,092 75 

120 63 

162 00 

16 94 

84 89 

2 22 



8 20 



Cs. 



Dy balan'^c from 1001 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

f>rrors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 19;>'2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on 13.745.49 at 6 per cent 

commission on 1120.63 at 1 per cent 



$4,487 63 



$3,640 18 

618 59 

73 97 



27 12 



1 S3 

224 73 

1 21 



$4,487 63 



CAMDEN COUNTY— Frrd. J. Mouldeb, Collector. 
In acconnt with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 190,1 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

in terest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinmient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem ti»x on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account , 

warrant to balance 



$3«468 78 

87 82 

130 15 

7 56 

290.15 

26 77 ' 

13 88 



Cr. 

By balance from 1902 account 

trensurer's receintp , 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

dellnouent railroad tax of 1903 

er.-'ors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903- . 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroari tax-boor, ipo^ 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on S3.560.35 at 6 oer cent 

commission on $87.82 at 1 per cent 



6 00 



$3,383 67 

365 84 

64 19 



2 52 



$4,031 11 



39 

213 62 

. 88 

$4,oai U 



474 



REPOBT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CAPE OIRARDKAU COUNT Y—Ed. W. Flrntob, Collector. 

» 

In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



-State Rey. 
and State 
interest 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

rnllroud tax book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 

^railroad taxes claimed by county, TSOl account 

interest on current taxes (since Jnnuary 1, 11)03) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent llf»t of loni 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses .* 

errors and additional asqessments on current general tnx-bo^ik.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to lOOJJ account 

warrant to balance 



112,492 32 

1,096 64 

653 55 

239 87 

17 98 

894 08 

80 47 

20 97 

47 70 

44 21 

2.974 66 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 apcount. 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

personal delinnuent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erioneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous n^sossinenl*- or rallrna*^ '.}'X-bo<.U. 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $16.?!95.46 at 2M' per cent 

commission on $1,091.96 at 1 per cent 

•balance , 



118.061 40 



116,854 08 

121 02 

69 95 

3 69 

45 55 



2 00 

409 89 

10 92 

544 30 



$18,061 40 



•Railroad taxes claimed by county under Act of March 23, 1868. 



CAl'E GIRARDEAU COUNTY— LrE Habt, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of 1003 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

inUrcst «.n- back taxe?i 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses ' 3,317 66 

ad valorem *ax on licenses ' 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book...., 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book. . . 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 



$10,122 53 

859 12 

596 41 

14 6S 

192 60 

42 56 

10 95 

34 30 



book 



amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account, 
warrant to balance 



Ck. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments cm general tax-boox. 190.1 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-noox. 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903.. 

commission on $14,100.01 at 2\^ per cent 

commission on $859.12 at 1 per cent 

•bala n ce 



3 47 



$14,365 42 

115 80 

53 45 



28 72 



2 8S 


352 50 


8 59 


266 92 



$15,194 28 , $16,194 28 



•Railroad taxes claimed by county under Act of March 23, 1868. 



ACCOUNTS OF COI^I^ECTORS. 



475 



CABROLL COUNTY— Thovas A. Obb, Ex Offldo Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Bey. 
and State 
interest. 



Dk. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes % 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 .* 

collections on personal dellnouent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional Assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additlcmal assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book , 

amount overpaid, carried to VJiXi account 

warrant to balance >. . . . 



$19,255 85 

3,598 60 

574 80 

31 95 

717 76 

112 81 



402 97 
5 11 



Ca. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 3902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous j»8S"Msrpents «p railrond «.a\-')ook, 1',H»l».. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-boolc, 1902. 

conunlssion on $18,388.20 at 2^ per cent 

commission on |5, 406.00 at 2 per cent 



25 48 



$23,253 61 
456 67 
429 77 



13 16 



$24,725 S3 



4 25 
469 71 
108 16 



$24,725 33 



CARROLL COUNTY— Thomas A. Obk, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

' railroBid tax-book of i*>oS 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 •.' 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) ' 

collections on back taxes * ! 

interest on back taxex | 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tsx on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-hook... • 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax ' 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$15,14^ 88 

2,6^ 73 

416 44 

29 27 

506 66 

75 24 



333 00 
3 18 
2 34 : 



40 02 



Cfi. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous ossessraents on railroad tax-boox. 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $14,538.48 at 2% per cent 

commission on $3,972.25 at 2 per cent 



$25 48 

18,080 85 

379 32 

244 96 



15 23 



1 54 

863 46 

79 42 



$19,190 26 , $19,190 26 



W«"«^>9«PW^P« 



476 



KEPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CARTER COUNTY— B. P. Terbt, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes .* 

interest on back taxes , 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent Ust of all {jrevious years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional aHs»^sHments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional as^<esKmentH on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book : 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account , 

warrant to oalanc e 



12,919 67 
78S r>2 
106 71 

8 78 
83 50 

9 17 



*? I 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1 902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous ass^^sTnenrs on foilroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $2,894.59 at 6 per cent 

commission on $788.52 at 1 per cent 



23 29 

9 50 



$3,424 73 
180 17 
145 53 

17 14 



173 68 
7 89 



$3,949 14 , $3,949 14 



CARTER COUNTY— T. J. Kblly, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

'o general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manafacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since .lanuary 1, 1904) 

'■ollectlons on back tax^s 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent ll.st of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$2,174 40 

688 97 

85 50 

2 05 

303 90 

36 19 



10 50 



Cb, 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 i 

personal delinquent list, of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-ooox. 1903.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903..! 

commission on $2,272.46 at 6 per cent I, 

commission on $588.97 at 1 per cent " 



$2 



.819 63 

142 83 

83 41 

13 40 



136 35 
6 89 



$3,201 51 $3,201 61 



ACCOUNTS OI? COttECTORS. 



477 



CASS COUNTY— Wai. J. Laffoon, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with sStato taxes for the year ending March l.«19()3. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 1 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 

Cb. 



$19,431 45 

4,236 51 

466 67 

"40 87 

1.281 98 

214 21 

148 63 

56 98 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

. delinquent railroad tax of 3902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments en rallroaf^ tax-book jno-i,. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $18,498.90 at Z'^ per cent 

commission on $6,924 75 at 2 per cent 



705 75 
9 97 
1 17 



10 84 
■5*54 



a • • • • 



$26,610 57 



$S7 95 

24,847 26 

764 31 

350 45 

8 46 

1 18 
462 46 
13S 50 



$26,610 57 



CASS COUNTY— LuTHKB R. Twyman, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

inte» est on back taxes , 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book. . . 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



P.y balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal dollnquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-t)oox. 190.S 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903.. 

commission on $13,250.99 at 2% per cent 

commission on $5,047.98 at 2 per cent 



$13,848 16 

3,275 14 

406 16 

31 93 

517 62 

66 74 

107 64 

60 24 



779 50 

7 92 

8 91 



20 00 



$19,129 96 



$17,346 99 

502 66 

222 34 

42 

20 R5 

4 68 
331 27 
100 95 



$19,129 96 



478 



REPOkT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CEDAR county-John G. Nance, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year endlnsr March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1902 ' 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent Il8t of 19ol 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses , 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tti. 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

wai'rant to Dulance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 19v)2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors ard erroneous .assi^Rsmoiis on ralhoid ^ux-book,- 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on |9« 688.66 at 4 per cent 

commission on $43.88 at 1 ner cent 



$9,111 54 

43 78 

326 84 

6 94 

886 57 

130 64 

26 48 

61 



200 00 
9 64 



9 70 



$10,752 74 



$8 72 
9.346 04 

772 5:> 
218 10 

19 27 



387 5r> 
44 



$10,752 74* 



CRDAR COUNTY— LoN Firestonb. Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dk. 

To general tax-book of 1003 t« eo9 17 

railroad tax-book of 1903 33 23 

mcrchunls' and manufacturers' tax-book, of 1903 268 86 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 19tM) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back toxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinqueDt IlKt of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 1 3i6 66 

ad valorem tax on licenses 5 yi 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book....' 

errors and additional assossments on current railroad tax-book... | 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax-- 
book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account ....'.."!..'.'.".'.*..!!!! 2549 

warrant to balance 1 



Ck. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 190.3 ...',.. 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on genpral tax-boox. T>nv" 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $7.587 00 at 4 per c^nt 

commission on $32.73 at 1 per cent 



6 58 

899 52 

154 29 

27 86 

11 39 



$8,365 86 



$7,352 80 
500 S9 
192 65 


9 08 
50 

6 13 

SOS 48 

33 



$8,366 8f> 



ACCOUNTS OF COI.I,ECTORS. 



479 



CHARITON COUNTY— Edwabd W. Herring, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes , 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional nsst^ssmcnts on current general tax-bot^k 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-booV 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



$18,664 55 

3,221 79 

369 49 

53 03 

391 96 

69 S4 

6 42 




Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments ozT general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tnx-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on 118,286.23 at 2\^ per cent 

commission on $5,172.70 at 2 per cent 



$24,088 20 



$23,009 62 

227 34 

131 61 

19 

98 83 



457 16 
103 46 



$24,088 20 



CHARITON COUNTY— Edward W. Hbrkino, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of iy03 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, iyu4j ' 

collections on back taxes 

Intei-est on " back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1J>U2 

collections on personal, delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additlcmal assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax . 

book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance ■ 



$14,235 05 

2,357 41 

270 98 

36 32 

418 27 

50 82 

68 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 190;^ 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-boox, 19U3... i 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox, 1903 ! 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903.. i 

commission on $13,951.09 at 2% per cent 

commission on $4,037.38 at 2 per cent 



22 

930 00 

7 78 

14 41 



1 44 



$18,323 38 



$17,559 16 
173 07 
132 14 

29 48 



348 78 
80 75 

$18,323 38 



480 



HEfOkT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



OHEISTIAN OOUNTY-S. Oallowat Johnson. OoUectOP. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-Dook 1902 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-bo(A... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax-i 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



57,437 12 

536 40 

379 51 

19 56 

624 04 

88 42 

43 77 



25 41 
275 60 



3? 97 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 19d2 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous :issos^raen(.s on railroad tjix-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commiBSlon on S7.813.94 at 4 per cent 

commission on $636.40 at 1 per cent \ 



$9,463 80 



$8,091 80 
791 75 
225 51 

22 68 

14 14 

312 56 

5 36 



$9,463 80 



CHRISTIAN COUNTY— S. CALLOW AT Johnson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 19C3 

merchants' and manuf.icturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collection.^ on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent raflroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tox on licenses 

errors and additicmal assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpoid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$5,301 82 

392 68 

272 48 

9 73 

593 11 

87 96 

8 39 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land aelinquent list of 1903 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1903 
elinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-noox. I90:r 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-boox. looa 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $5,606.20 at 4 per cent 

commission on $392.68 at 1 per cent 



100 00 



$6,766 57 



$33 97 

6,641 13 

582 35 

185 98 

94 50 

4 46 

220 25 

8 93 

$6,766 67 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



481 



CLABK COUNTY— Qeobqii L. Boi^nd, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1909. 



Btate ReT. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchantd' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 , 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) , 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book. 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



By 



Cr. 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $10,707.62 at 3 per cent 

commission on $1,978.86 at 1 per cent 



$9,842 03 

1.980 11 

161 58 

15 91 

411 70 

65 54 

92 28 



63 14 

1.071 34 

2 63 



$13,706 26 



$12,408 59 
453 11 
429 31 

66 47 

1 26 

6 50 

321 23 

19 80 



$13,706 26 



To 



CLARK COUNTY— Geobgr I^. Roijlnd, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1904. 



Dr. 



general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (sluce January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal deilnquont list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $8,086.42 at 3 per cent 

commission on $1,440.71 at 1 per cent 



$6,930 42 

1,438 94 

129 43 

15 72 

418 35 

72 47 

122 68 



1,079 27 
1 61 



1 77 



$10,210 66 



$9,220 62 
381 52 
838 55 

13 96 

51 
241 10 

14 41 



$10,210 66 



A-Sl 



482 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CLAY COUNT Y—Georob C. Wallhb, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 190i3. 



I 



I 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personai delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book^., 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
.errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1908 account 

warrant to oalance 



$14,914 33 

4,435 89 

387 48 

20 16 

821 96 

86 44 

153 87 

61 95 



975 00 
4 37 



Cb. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

coromiBslon on $16,132.46 at 2^ per cent 

commiBSlon on 14,426.89 at 1 per cent 



$21,851 46 



$20,172 72 

769 91 

431 35 

29 »0 



403 31 
44 26 



$21,851 46 



CLAY COUNTY— Geohgb C. Waller, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 19C3 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 190.') 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer'! receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 190.3 

errors and erroneous asResaments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $12,934.39 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $3,426.14 at 1 per cent 



$12,028 79 

3,425 14 

308 82 

16 18 

639 34 

64 96 

81 57 

59 50 



958 55 
4 44 



$17,587 29 



$16,061 42 
651 55 
427 10 

89 61 



323 36 
34 25 



$17,587 29 



ACCOUNTS OF COttECTORS. 



483 



CLINTON COUNTT— Lbboy A. Kkllet, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Da. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad yalorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oaiance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
ellnqnent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-oook. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $16,627.97 at %y^ per cent 

commission on $3,793.36 at 1 per cent 



$16,038 65 

3,793 35 

303 46 

2 54 

636 90 

96 71 



127 93 
56 81 

810 00 
7 98 
2 83 



19 58 



$21,896 64 



$20,152 43 
750 81 
510 06 

26 57 

4 14 

415 70 

87 93 



$21.S96 64 



CLINTON COUNTY— Lerot A. Ebllby^ Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year en<tlng March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To 



general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers* tux-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, I9i>4> 

collections on back taxes 

interest <Hi back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overimid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By 



balance from 1902 account , 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent IlBt of 1903 

perHonal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

enors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $12,060.76 at 2% per cent 

commission on $2,776.13 at 1 per cent 



$11,242 00 

2.776 13 

252 81 

2 99 

658 97 

103 40 



132 72 



613 00 
5 83 
7 83 



4 52 



$15,800 20 



$14 



,659 84 
515 28 
294 57 



74 

302 01 

27 76 



$15,800 20 



484 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



COLB COUNTY— SAiirEL H. Soke, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending; March 1, 1903. 



State ReT. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1 902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



Ca. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinqnent list of i002 

delinquent rnilioad tux of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous a^eessments on railroad tax-book, 1002. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $13,923.45 at 3 per cent 

commission on $l,tiB0.08 at 1 per cent 



$10,667 42 

1.6S4 45 

916 22 

20 00 

594 96 

101 50 

63 50 

7 70 

95 89 

2.650 00 

15 76 



$16,847 40 



$15,242 62 

811 2S 

255 36 

34 37 

50 90 

18 67 

417 70 

16 50 



$16,847 40 



COLE COUNTY—Samusl H. Sone, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-»)ook of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book ^ 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cn. 



By 



balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

pertional delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous nssessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $11,62:^.76 at 2% p'er cent 

commission on $1,456.76 at 1 per cent 



$7,911 10 
1,475 80 
681 08 
13 61 
848 30 
172 18 
175 55 



15 20 

2,509 00 

11 58 



$13,813 40 



$12,789 57 

479 21 

175 81 

20 04 

43 62 



290 69 
14 56 



$13,813 40 



ACCOUNTS OF COI,I,ECTORS. 



485 



COOPER COUNTY- -JosBPn H. Thompson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rer. 
and State 
Interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

rail road tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 19(il 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous yeui 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book ^ 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

wari*ant to oalance 

Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 . . 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
olinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroueoas assessments on railroad tax-book. J*)02.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $17,893.45 at 2% per cent 

commission on $2,334.86 at 1 per cent 



$16,736 88 

2.335 75 

491 59 

15 97 

552 45 

96 48 

87 39 
22 98 

88 54 
1,404 50 

8 13 



23 86 



I $19,898 84 

! 894 87 

I 592 12 

! 90 

I 6 95 



447 49 
23 35 



$21,864 52 $21,864 52 



COOPER COUNTY— J. L. Spillebs, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ^ding March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 ti9 >im i^ 

railroad tax-book of 1903 2 098 43 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 'qqi &i 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) ! 7 43 

collections on back taxes \ 039 55 

Interest on back taxes , '154 go 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 106 99 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years I 33 37 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes I 

collections on licenses I 1^366 66 

ad valorem tax on licenses , ' 3 ;;.3 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Ch. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $14,727.64 at 2% per cent 

commission on $2,005.95 at 1 per cent 



$16,467 81 
671 08 
473 19 

2 48 

3 96 


368 19 
20 96 



$18,007 C7 $18,007 67 



486 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



CRAWFORD COUNTY— IlENnT Liciiius, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



SUte Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Bey. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax -book of VMY2 

railroad tax-book lOnu 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, IV'oH) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back tuxen '. 

collections on pers juai delinquent list of IIXM 

collections on personal delinquent list uf ail previous yearH. . 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licensi^s 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional ns^sc^sments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-bo<^.. 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount oyerpaid. carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



$6,235 94 

1.226 88 

206 18 

9 19 

1.165 03 

142 54 

150 11 

22 71 

49 00 

410 00 ; 

13 64 



Cr. 



By balonce from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assrssmems on railroad tax-book. lOO*}.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $C,962.12 at 5 per cent 

commission on |1«226.88 at 1 per cent 



19.630 22 



17.900 33 
923 09 
362 28 

84 14 



348 11 
12 27 



$9,630 22 



CRAWFORD COUNTY— Henry Lichius, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 190.? 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' snd manufacturers' tax-book of 1908 

interest on current taxes (since .January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent llHt of IOol' , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on lIcenKos 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional ns.sessraents on current general tax-book 

errors and additional aw^'wsmenrs on current railroad tnx-hook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$4,481 79 
901 31 
155 99 
8 83 
976 14 
141 77 
145 00 
79 28 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 19(m 

perr-onal delinquent list of lOo.S, 
delinquent railroad tax of 190.3 



errors and erroneous rtssessments on general tax-book, 190.3 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 190:T 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-iiook. 190.M. 

commission on $5,.'>93.83 at 5 per cent 

commission on $900.06 at 1 per cent 



570 73 
12 12 



4 50 



$6 



.284 


49 


6^)9 


14 


22.. 


77 


1 


23 


IS 


13 


279 


70 


9 ul 



$7,477 46 



$7,477 46 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



487 



DADB county—John F. Stockton, Collector 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

rtillroud tu.x h'nok 1902 

merchauU' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 

Cb. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assrasments on genera! tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad t:ix-b<K>k, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $8,698.40 at 3 per cent 

commission on 11,234.44 at 1 per cent 



$8,407 61 

1,234 44 

248 18 

19 37 

741 54 

132 87 

89 19 

13 95 

42 05 



2 28 



26 28 



$10,957 76 



$26 84 

9.714 99 

553 80 

373 71 

14 98 

15 

260 95 

12 34 



$10,957 76 



DADK COUNTY— Radford C. Divine, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 190.1 

railroad tax-book of 1003 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1 903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections cm back taxes 

interest on back taxes , 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

Sersonal delinquent ILst of 1903 
elinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $6,638.48 at 3 per cent 

commission on $889.74 at 1 per cent 



$6,271 17 
889 74 
191 83 
8 98 
608 47 
113 21 
129 30 
41 27 



3 00 



3 10 



a • • • ■ 



$8,260 07 



$7 



.361 43 
458 23 
206 7G 

25 59 



199 16 
8 90 

$8,260 07 



488 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DALLAS COUNTY— PBANK C. WiLSON, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the jear ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Intereat. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinnuent list of all previous years 

coll<>ctions on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additlonnl osspssmrnts on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 190S account 

warrant to balance 

Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous «ss»'^«menis on railroad tax-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $5,142.&5 at 5 per cent 

commission on 1.40 at 1 per cent 



H.90142 

40 

247 89 

7 50 

438 49 

50 88 

29 57 

2 31 



1 56 



$5,679 61 



State Ber. 
and State 
interest. 



S54 26 
4.S3& 41 

62S 66 

7 04 



257 13 
01 



15,679 51 



DALLAS COUNTY— DwiGHT W. Dabby, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1» 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1003 

merchants' and manulacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest cm back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delincfuent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses I 

ad valorem tax on licenses ' 

errors and adflltional assessments on current general tax-book....' 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax-' 

book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$3,572 83 

44 

204 12 

8 28 

372 92 

38 19 

2 61 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tar of 19«).'? '. 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1903.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $3,S12.01 at 5 per cent 

commission on $.44 at 1 per cent 



« « • • k 



$4,199 39 



$3,621 84 
244 ^2 
128 03 

14 09 



190 60 
01 



$4,199 39 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



489 



DAVIESS COUNTY— Mabo Thomas, Ex Officio Collector. 
In accoant with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

ccllections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. taz- 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



Cs. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
ellnquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous nsso.s*«in'^iils 011 railroad tax-book, 190*?.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $17,170.86 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $3,994.52 at 2 per cent ; 



$17,560 73 

2,S45 97 

522 84 

36 62 

236 74 

40 34 

2 68 



92 45 

341 00 

4 95 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



$21,684 32 



$7 41 

20,741 26 

182 21 

218 62 

25 66 



429 27 
79 89 



$21,684 32 



DAVIESS COUNTY— Maro Thomas, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending Mar(*h 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of lOO.'l 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional asiieHsments on current general tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$13,365 66 

2,072 75 

393 35 

37 99 



( 



274 53 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of .'903 

personal delinquent Hat of 1903 

dplinq'ient railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 190.3 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assesnments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903.. I 

commission on $13,061.26 at 2% per cent ] 

commission on $2,972.67 at 2 per cent 



2 64 

240 00 

3 11 



$15 


,647 95 
162 16 
165 33 




17 54 

4 6S 

6 39 

326 53 

59 45 



$16,390 03 $16,390 03 



490 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DrKALB county— Jambs R. HiiJo Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1 002 

nillroad tax-book 11H)2 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, lOO.'O 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 10(»1 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous j'ears 

collections on dellnqnent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to HXQ account 

warrant to balance 



112.284 97 

1,987 77 

365 30 

21 Si 

130 93 

15 76 

50 89 



:>2 79 

280 00 



By 



Cb. 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 19«>2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-l>n()k. 19'"-* ... 
errors and erroneous ass^js^sUi mus on railroad tax-book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $12,046.70 at 2i/^ per cent 

commission on $2,774.76 at 2 per cent 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



$27 96 

14,489 62 

106 46 

204 55 



6 00 

301 17 

55 50 



$15,190 26 $15,190 26 



To 



I»eKALB COrNTY-CKoncE F. Brown, Ex Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



I)u. 



general tax-book of lOo:? 

railroad tax-book of 10').3 

merchants' and manufacturers' tnx-book of 1003 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delin*iuent n«t of l!m2 

collections on personal dellnqnent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional as.sessments on current general tax-book 

(MTors and additional assessmcntR on current railroad tax-l^ook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 100.3 

personal delinquent list of 10(i3 

delinquent railroad tax of lOo:^ 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax b()<<k. lOO:? 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. lOO:^ 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1003. 

comml.sRlon on $9,024.01 at 2*^ per cent 

c()mmis.sion on $2,<Mo.0o at 2 "per cent 



$8,945 54 

1,434 90 

261 05 

16 31 

69 37 

2 03 

7 88 



270 00 

■**i'9i 



5 ir> 
15 74 



$10,552 37 

64 78 

119 09 

16 90 

63 

225 60 
40 81 



$11,020 18 $11,020 18 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



491 



DBNT COUNTY, JNO. W. Halbbook, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Intereet. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book oC 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1008) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal dellnouent list of all previous years 

coUections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
orrors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oaJance 



Cb, 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 190*2 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous nssenKinenrs on railroad tax- book, 11<>2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $5,778.29 at 5 per cent 

commission on $156.36 at 1 per cent 



$5,302 71 

156 36 

357 38 

20 68 

336 10 

67 25 

13 77 



101 50 
6 05 



$6,350 80 



$64 C5 

5,579 47 

284 36 

127 90 

3 95 



288 91 
1 56 



$6,850 80 



DBNT COUNTY— Jambs M. Dbnkis^ Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

niercl^ants' and manafact\ircr8' tax-book of 1908 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on bock taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licensee. 

errors and additional assessmc^nts on current general tax-book 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... i 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax-| 

book ' 

amonnt overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$4,042 39 

120 12 

250 82 

19 42 

252 66 

35 17 

10 76 




Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of lOOS ; 

personal delinquent Hat of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, lOO.*? 

errors and erroneous assessments on rnllroad tax-book,- 1903 

errors and erroneous Assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $4,486.24 at 5 per cent 

commission on $118.91 at 1 per cent 



$4,961 34 



$4,379 65 

247 27 

100 98 

1 21 

6 73 


224 .n 
1 19 


1 $4,961 34 



492, 



REIXDRT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



DOUGLAS COUNTY— Wax. M. Millbx, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March Ip 1908. 



State Bey. 
and State 
interest 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

mercban tn' and mannfactarers* tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (Btnce jaiiiKiiy 1. i:i<».,i 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal dellnaaent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses » 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



Ca. 



Dy balance from 1001 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous nss -ss-meits on rallroa'l tax book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneoiis assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on H.S84.15 at 5 per cent 

commission on $ at per cent 



$4,777 30 



150 45 
6 90 

373 69 
35 8S 
13 49 



100 00 



15,457 71 



$4,639 94 
388 71 
136 09 

4S 59 

17 
244 21 



|5p457 71 



DOUGLAS COUNTY— Wm. M. Miller, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 100.^ 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1 903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal dellnqiient list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book....; 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book...' 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax j 

book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account ; 

warrant to balance I 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent TiKt of 190,? 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1 003 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 ' 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-bo<^, 1003... 



commission on $4,012.90 at 5 per cent. 



1 67 



$3,556 30 

""124671 

10 OS 

389 48 , 

50 12 

19 65 



205 00 



$3,812 26 

274 84 

53 25 

14 81 

1 17 

200 64 



$4,356 97 I $4,366 97 



ACCOUNTS OF COttECTORS. 



493 



DUNKLIN COUNTY— W. J. DAVIS, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year endlni; Marcb 1, 1908L 



State Rey. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Hey. 
and State 
Interest. 



iiy 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railrozid tax-book 1002 

merchants' and nianufucturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinauent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licences 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-bo<^ — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book .• 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



Cn. 



I)alance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 ... 

personal dclintiuont list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors and erroneous a i-*essm«;nts cn railroail mx-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commls'slon on $10,472.60 at 8 per cent 

commission on $921.55 at 1 per cent 



18,377 88 
921 55 
725 13 

15 36 
496 02 

23 66 



2, 657 00 

58 72 

8 90 



$13,284 22 



$11,070 75 
853 29 

284 42 

752 36 



314 18 
9 22 



$13,284 22 



DUNKLIN COUNTY— W. J. Davis, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the yeac ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 190.T 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes '. 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 19o2 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses r 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Or. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 19(^3 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1003...., 

errors and erroneous assessments on nillioad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $7,354.32 at 3 per cent 

commission on $974.38 at 1 per cent 



$C.181 80 

974 38 

581 49 

9 17 

271 77 

18 07 



1.409 00 

18 61 

2 19 



5 92 



$9,472 40 



$8,104 25 
667 14 
162 75 

307 89 



220 63 
9 74 

$9,472 40 



494 



REPOKT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



FKANKLIN COUNTY— Emil Puciita, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



^tate Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 

and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back tuxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinauent list of all preyious years 

collections on delinquent railrona taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assesRments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount oyerpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to oalanoe , 



Cb. 



liy balance from 1901 account 

treafturcrs* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 19\)2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous aKSr»Hs a'mts on railroad tax-book, ]9<^2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on 119.231.46 at 2% per cent 

coinanisslon on $3,784.38 at 1 per cent 



$15,643 38 

3.800 66 

643 67 

13 62 

354 77 

40 24 

31 99 

165 26 

199 62 

3,047 02 

26 92 



64 
9 56 



$23,877 25 



$ 3$ 

22,903 27 

323 98 

102 11* 

16 2^ 

11 53 

1 00 

4S0 78 

87 84 



$23,877 2,1 



To 



FRANKLIN COUNTY-Emil Pociita, Collector. 
In account wilh State, taxes for the jear ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquc^nt list of IDO'j 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on cuirent general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance , 



Cb. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent lisr of 1903 

personal dellnqjent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $15,385.26 at 2Vfe per cent 

commission on $2,829.19 at 1 per cent 



$11,385 61 

2,830 86 

422 06 

10 77 

366 67 

39 99 

18 97 

7 09 

2 90 
3,356 07 

21 59 

3 20 




$18,466 71 



$9 56 

17,801 96 

179 46 

56 26 

1 67 
4 $8 



384 63 
28 29 



$18,466 71 



ACCOUNTS OP COI.I.ECTORS. 



405 



GASCONADE COUNTY— John J. Saiter, Collector. 
Id account witb State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Dk. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, W(Ki) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous yearn 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses ! 

errors and additional assessments on curi*ent general tax-book i 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book.. i 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



$8,609 11 

1,075 05 

464 40 

6 32 

154 99 

22 S8 

49 33 



60 72 

1,517 29 

62 61 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

laud delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 190"2 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessments on raiiroAd i.ix-boik, lj»02.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

conimission on $10,697.60 at 4 per cent 

commission on $1,076.05 at 1 per cent 



$12,022 70 



$11,394 62 
79 24 
81 20 

28 99 



427 90 
10 75 



$12,022 70 



GASCONADE COUNTY— John J. Sauer, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for t^e year ending March 1, 1904. 



D». 

To >;cntral tax-book of 190.S 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1 903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional ass(>ssments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$6,157 68 

821 09 

378 06 

5 28 

111 83 

17 15 

72 24 



1,633 73 

31 58 



C^B. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 190.^ 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $8,328.42 at 4 per cent 

commission on $S21.09 at 1 per cent 



$9,228 64 



$8,808 16 
44 50 
27 68 

6 95 



333 14 
8 21 



$9,228 64 



49^ 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



GENTRY COUNTY— Isaac G. Patton, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



Btate Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rer. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 19U2 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional nssessraents on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to ualanie 



$15,373 55 

1,260 87 

542 63 

16 17 

560 64 

73 50 

104 82 



Or. 



Ity balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of^ 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 19«»2 

errors and erroueous assesamenta on jjeneral tax-book, 1902.... 
errors an«l erroneous aHsessments on railroad tax-book. 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax- book, 1902. 

commispion on $15,668.49 at 2\^ per cent 

commission on $1,260.87 at 1 per cent.. 



37 97 

243 00 

2 10 

2 75 



!-22 25 



$18,541 25 



$1 55 

16.884 71 

716 34 

495 52 



36 11 

3 70 

391 71 

12 61 

$18,641 25 



GENTRY COUNTY— Isaac G. Patton, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dn. 

To general tax-l>ook of 190.^ 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1903 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book - 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts .* 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinmient list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903...., 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $13.4.81.86 at 2^4 per cent 

commission on $974.33 at 1 per cent 



$12,457 75 
976 45 
385 12 
11 94 
831 37 
128 33 
143 24 



369 OO 
1 41 



6 54 



$15,311 16 



$323 25 

13,792 To 

556 lO 

282 67 

2 12 

6 70 

83 

337 04 

9 74 

$15,311 16 



ACCOUNTS OF COI^UXTORS. 



497 



GREENE COUNTY— n ABUT A. Vauoahn. Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Bey. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous j'ears... 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpoid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 

Cb. 



$30,004 87 

4.064 94 

2,782 36 

35 39 

3,798 06 

509 69 

374 01 

118 56 

610 89 

2,608 77 

22 34 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personni delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $34,738.29 at 1% per cent 

commission on $3,522.96 at 1 per cent 



58 

iiis 



$2 34 

38,428 18 

3,41ti 27 

1,589 40 

541 98 

275 57 

47 67 

607 90 

85 23 



$44,944 54 



$44,944 54 



GREENE COUNTYI JoHN H. Hartlet, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book .... 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



Ry balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1003 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinauent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903...., 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $28,344.27 at 1% per cent 

commission on $2,588.28 at 1 per cent 



$22,164 56 
'3,028 08 


3,221 09 


25 32 


3,484 88 


483 06 


621 56 


293 37 


329 10 


2,883 85 


19 68 


38 61 



15 25 



$35,598 41 



$31,033 12 

2,296 56 

1,003 39 

439 79 

275 83 

27 81 

496 08 

26 88 

$35,598 41 



A-32 



Soo 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



HENRY COUNTY— James B. Finks, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1909. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Da. 

To general tax-book of 1 902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 .* 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collectionB on buck taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent iiHt of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses.' 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments chi current gonornl tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additi(M)al assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount oycrpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



118,402 2S 

2,491 67 

084 36 

73 86 

1,145 99 

121 94 

221 38 

16 47 



1,225 00 
11 OS 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1002 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book: 1902.... 
errors and erroneous ass(;88ments on railroad tax-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and lii. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on 119,300.59 at 2 per cent 

commission on $2,491.67 at 1 per cent 



$21,397 80 

1.747 41 

828 93 

9 46 



386 01 
24 92 



$24,394 53 $24,894 53 



HENRY county—James M. SrAXGLER, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 19('3 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1. 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1903 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections <m delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

perbonal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-hook, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $16,823.90 at 1% per cent 

commission on $1,823.00 at 1 per cent 



$18,774 16 

1,828 00 

525 72 

58 58 

2,198 78 

444 97 

399 88 

266 72 



1,102 00 
10 82 



7 85 



$20,606 82 



$18,601 01 

1.106 40 

520 60 

66 20 



294 38 
18 23 



$20,606 88 



ACCOUNTS OF COI^LECTORS 



501 



HICKORY OOUNTY-Jno. U. McOaslin, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 190*2 

merchants' and manufnctarcrs' tax-book of 1 002 

interest on current taxes (since Januai*y 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes ■ 

collections on personal delinqaent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenaos 

errors and additional assossments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional aHKos.<iments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



Dy balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on gouoral tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous .assessments on railroad tax-book. 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $5,367.87 at 6 per cent 

commission on $133.43 at 1 per cent 



$3,192 31 

133 68 

212 91 

6 88 

148 29 

19 92 

25 18 

58 

4 47 

5 00 



8 55 



$5,167 67 



$5,191 50 

120 63 

82 27 

15 

39 82 



322 07 
1 33 



$6,157 67 



HICKORY COUNTY— Jno. H. MgCaslin, Collector. 
In accoant with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



De. 

To general tax-book of 100.^ 

railroad tax-book of 1903 « 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax book of 19C«3 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

^collections on back tuxes 

in terest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal dellnmient list of all previous yeors 

collections on dollnquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assesHmenta on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$3,757 42 


96 08 


148 78 


5 55 


124 11 


15 43 


27 25 



5 00 



59 



Cr. 



By 



balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's recelDts 

land delinquent list of 1003 

personal delinquent list of 190.S 

delinquent railroad tax of 100.? 

errors and erroneous assessments on jr^neral tax-book, 100.? 

errors and erroneous assessments on rnllroad tax-book. 100.?...., 
errors and erroneou«i nssessmentft on M. and M. tax-book. 1908. 

commission on $3,990.61 at 6 per cent 

commission on $95.91 at 1 per cent 



$4,180 21 



$8 56 

3.838 16 

39 85 

47 44 

17 

6 64 



239 44 
96 

"JSjSoll 



S02 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



HOLT COUNTY— Nicholas Stock, Collector, 
in account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1909. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufncturers' tax-l>ook of 11M)2 

interest on current taxes (Klnce January 1, lOO.T) 

collections on back taxes , 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal d*»linquent list of lOOi 

collections on personal dollnnuent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional nssfssnients on current peneral tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



$15,897 24 

2,039 76 

630 82 

23 00 
662 13 

61 62 
209 02 
153 96 

69 66 
387 00 

10 5r> 

56 80 



3 6G 



Cu. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

Sersonal delinquent list of J002 
ellnquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tnx-book. 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $16,939.81 at 2V^ per cent 

commission on $2,039.76 at 1 per cent 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



$18,759 29 
606 20 
347 02 

49 SO 



423 50 
20 40 



$20,205 21 



$20,206 21 



HOLT COUNTY— Nicholas Stock, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Da. 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of lOii;^ 

'merchants' and manufacturers' tax -book of 1003 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back tuxe.s 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delln(juent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinouent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current generftl tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-hook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account 

warrant to balance 



$11,633 97 

1,517 02 

466 37 

28 00 

661 91 

60 10 

184 33 

lis 14 



Cb. 



By balance from 1002 account. 

treasurer's receints 

land delinquent list of 1003 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-hook, lOO.*? 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 100.1. 

commission on S12. 724.25 at 2% per cent 

commission on $1,517.02 at 1 per cent 

by error in 1902 account 



357 00 

7 53 

11 84 



66 59 



$15,142 80 



$14,074 17 
416 76 
259 67 

10 37 



318 11 
15 17 
48 65 



$15,142 80 



k. 



ACCOUNTS OF COLI.ECTORS. 



503 



HOWARD COUNTY-W. W. Whytk, .Collector. 
In account with State taxes for tbe year ending March 1, 1908. 



Btate Bey. 
and State 
interest. 



State Key. 
and Btate 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manufnctnrei'6' tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all preylous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

ccllcctlons on licenses 

ad yalorem tax on licenses 

errors and additlonnl assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount oyerpald, carried to 1908 account 

warrant to oalance .-. 



By 



Cb. 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

Sersonal dellnguent list of 1002 
ellnquent ralirond tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $14,260.77 at 3 per cent 

commlsBlon on $2,432.00 at 1 per cent 



113,886 98 

2.432 00 

373 63 

14 72 

333 66 

25 31 

62 80 

18 06 



754 00 
9 18 



15 27 



$17,426 36 



$14 66 

16,269 89 

887 06 

86101 

6120 



427 88 
24 32 



$17,426 36 



HOWARD COUNTY— A. J. FuRB, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufactureis' tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent Hnt of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent li»t of all preylous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad yalorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount oyerpald, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



$10,304 01 

1,767 77 

276 18 

11 23 

747 78 

24 94 

70 51 

81 65 



By balance from 1902 account 

tressurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1908 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 > 

errors and erroneous asHessmpnts on M. and M. tax-book, 1003. ' 

oommlsslon on $11,530.88 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $1,767.77 at 1 per cent « 



746 00 
4 76 



$14,033 83 



$13,(Kr4 36 
878 83 
260 60 

11 00 

8 60 

288 27 
17 68 



$14,033 r 



504 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR, 



HOWELL COUNTY— Hhnbt A. Smith, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 • 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal dellnauent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent :aiiroa(l taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book..' 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. i I 

book , ' 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account ! 

warrant to ualance 

Cb. 



97,392 84 

1,768 90 

409 85 

17 08 

945 27 

94 84 

84 87 



By balance from lOOL account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on peneral tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assessmouts on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $7,906.34 at 4 per cent 

commission on $1,768.90 at 1 per cent 



501 50 
7 31 



27 44 



$11,249 90 



$9,368 74 

1,151 77 

367 94 

13 92 

13 59 

316 25 

17 69 



$11,249 90 



HOWKLL COUNTY— G. A. MfiRBDiTn, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To 



general tax-book of too.'? 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 190.3 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional ass<?s.^}nents on current railroad tax-hook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overoald, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1 903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903...., 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous Assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $5,206.55 at 4 per cent 

commission on $1,272.54 at 1 per cent 



$5,314 89 

1,274 97 

303 46 

14 00 

1,061 60 

182 67 

186 54 



551 00 
8 24 



76 31 



$8,973 68 



$7,766 22 

735 94 

238 00 

2 43 

10 92 


18 

208 26 

12 73 



$8,973 68 



ACCOUNTS OF COI.I.ECTORS. 



SOS 



IRON COUNTY-Wm. T. O'Nbal. Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 



To general 'iix-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 , 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinmient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 190Q account 

warrant to balance 



Cn. 



By 



balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on j^eneral tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002, 

commission on S5,919.78 at 5 per cent..i 

commission on $1,581.34 at 1 per cent 



94,628 35 

1,581 34 

274 92 

8 20 

170 97 

26 13 

15 38 



55 07 

973 54 

7 04 



8 36 



17,252 75 

115 49 

65 95 

8 31 



295 99 
15 81 



17,749 30 I $7,749 30 



IRON COUNTY— P. W. Whitwobth, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



De. 



To genera] tax-book of 190,'? 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back tjixcs 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

rollectlons on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses '. 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account .*.'. 

warrant to balance 



$3,371 41 

1,172 59 

181 37 

3 43 

56 77 
5 69 



Cb. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 '. 

perflonal delinquent list of lOO.T. 

delinquent railroad tax of 100,3 A 

errors and erroneous assessments on fff»noral tax-book. lOOn... ".'.!' 
errors and erroneous assiessnients on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $4,2,38.10 at 5 per cent 

commission on $1,172.59 at 1 per cent 



803 00 
3 16 



$5,597 42 



$5,187 06 

137 68 

43 98 

5 07 



211 90 
11 73 

$5,597 42 



5o6 



RErORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



JACKSON COCJNTY— Fred C. Adams, Collector. 
In ftccount with State tnxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and mannfnctiirers' tax-book of 1002 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collecticms on personal delinquent list of 1001 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current Reneral tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current ratlroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



$226,270 15 

26,512 36 

17,493 00 

189 05 

15.810 03 

1,908 45 



240 31 

3,770 50 

55,820 26 

642 62 



ny 



Cu. 



balance from 1001 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments en railroad tax-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax -book, 1902. 

commission on $195,339.21 at % of 1 per cent 

commission on $44,656.46 at 1 per cent 

commission on $73,753.71 at 8 per cent 



10 14 



$348,426 66 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



$310,352 84 

14,861 66 

17.617 69 

834 11 

1,162 61 

212 81 

976 69 

446 65 

2,212 61 



$348,426 56 



To 



JACKSON COUNTT—ROBERT S. Stonb, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1003 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal dellnqiient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assppsments on current railroad tnx-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 

. book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$173,082 78 

19,188 01 

14,000 96 

158 40 

19,011 74 

1,943 09 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account, 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneotfs assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M- aiid M. tax-book, 1903, 

commission on $155,856.70 at % of 1 per cent 

commission on $31,170.97 at 1 per cent 

commission on $78,620.54 at 3 per cent 



1,305 60 

59,557 47 

479 75 



6 64 
494 84 



$289,229 23 



$268,661 59 

[25,531 24 
891 88 
933 62 

424 28 

776 79 

3U71 

2.208 62 



$289,229 23 



ACCOUNTS OF COI^I^EXTTORS. 



507 



JASPBR COUNTY— BoBRHT A. Wilson^ Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manuf actut ors' tax-book of 1 002 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1001 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional aRsessments on current general tnx-bcok.... 
errors and additional assessments on current ra*IronJ tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to oalance 

CSL 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 19v)2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax- book, 1002. 

commission on 147,742.66 at 1V& per cent 

commission on |4,S16.19 at 1 per cent 



$39,454 14 

4.816 19 

1,814 13 

29 35 

4,800 75 

632 93 
1,536 75 

410 29 

103 63 
8,069 00 

141 55 



3 61 



71.29. 



$61,963 61 



$ 77 

52,878 89 
4,490 99 
4,233 50 

34 28 

60 88 

716 14 

48 16 

$61,963 61 



JASPBR COUNTY— Stephen J. Chitwood, Collector. 
In account with State- taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 100.^ 

railroad tax-book of 1 903 

. merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since .lanuary 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$28,805 41 

3.703 90 

1,454 01 

7 14 

4.164 03 

581 88 

1,082 28 

263 91 




CR. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on ppnernl tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on rnHroad tnx bonk. 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1003. 

commission on $87,506.11 at 1% per cent 

commission on $3,703.90 at 1 per cent 



$48,272 90 



$40,874 29 
3,685 75 
3,051 71 

46 82 

14 70 

562 59 

87 04 



$48,272 90 



5o8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



JDFFBBSON COUNTY— Jno. A. Tuttud, Collector. 
In accoant with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



Btate Bey. 
and State 
Interest 



State Bey. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-lwok of 1(>02 ,12,608 41 

railroad tax-book 1002 ■ 2 220 16 

merchants' and manufuctiircrs' tax-book of ll)u2 '402 33 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 15)03) 33 75 , 

collections on back taxes 631 74 

Interest on back taxes 205 79 ' 

collections on personal delinquent list of lOO 1 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years !.!!..!!!! '. 

collections on delinquent railroud caxos .......... '. 

collections <m licenses 2,627 r)0 

ad valorem tax on licenses 19 36 

errors and additional assessments on current ffenernl tax-book — u7 01 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book.. 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 10 07 , 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 1 

warrant to oalance ' 

Or. i 

By balance from 1001 account ' 

tieasureis' receipts 1 1 $17,161 97 

land delinquent list of 1902 , , 1,048 99 



personal delinquent list of 1902. 

delinquent railroad tax of 19<i2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902.... 
errors and erroneous assossmcnts on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902, 

commission on $15.347 70 at 2V6 per cent 

commission on $2,220.16 at 1 per cent 



213 85 

6 36 

6 06 

383 69 

22 20 



, $18,842 12 $18,842 12 



JEFFERSON COUNTY-Jno. A. Tottlb, C611ector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1901. 



DiL 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufactarers* tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnx-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account.... 

warrant to balance 



$9,115 67 

1^43 30 

324 92 

15 80 

887 29 

591 46 



Ck. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 ' 

enters and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 1 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 ! 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. . ' 

commission on $13. 263.01 at 2% per cent I 

commission on $1.643. SO at 1 per cent | 



3,125 00 
19 06 
29 51 



2 92 
39 



$14,558 69 
657 64 
12244 

59 4j6 



$15,755 22 



8 9S 

331 58 

16 43 



$16,755 22 



ACCOUNTS OF COttECTORS. 



509 



JOHNSON COUNTY— ROBEUT P. Gillum, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for tbe year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rey. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rallro:^d taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 19U3 account 

warrant to ualance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinau^nt list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tajc of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1902. 

commission on $26,004.77 at 2 per cent 

commission on 12,990.18 at 1 per cent 



$24,103 26 

2,930 18 

626 53 

25 65 

1,844 81 

211 97 

311 49 

44 62 



920 00 

16 11 

4 Oo 



$31,038 67 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



$107 75 

28,322 42 

1,239 13 

775 27 

43 37 

1 33 

520 10 

29 80 



$31,038^67 



JOHNSON COUNTY— RoBBUT P. Gillum, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 190S 

railroad tax-book of 1908 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1908 ^, 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

• collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1908 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1903 
elinquent railroad tax of 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $19,477.80 at 2 per cent , 

commission on $2,145.97 at 1 per cent 



$17,492 21 

2,146 88 

476 18 

12 66 

1,342 21 

177 15 

839 73 

822 63 



1,000 00 

17 31 

7 30 



18 90 



$23,363 06 



$21,554 29 

866 31 

608 68 

86 

10 86 

1 14 

389 66 

21 46 

$28,868 06 



;io 



n 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



KNOX COUNTY— Jno. W. Mbhiwethbe, Collector. 
^ Id account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903L 



-State Bey. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Key. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. I 

To general tax-book of 1902 ; 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of li>02 i 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1. 1903) i 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rnllroAd taxes 

collections on licenses , 

ad valorem tax on licenses ' 

errors and additional nRseHHrncntH on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnxbook.. 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax , 

book I 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account ' 

warrant to balance 

Cu, 

l^y balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list' of 1902...; 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 19112 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-I>ook. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1902... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902.. 

conunlssion on $10,353.28 at 4 per cent 

commiseion on $1,230.83 at 1 per coiit 

*balance 



$9,411 91 

1.230 83 

161 44 ■ 

775 83 

20 68 

1,000 97 



39 52 ; 
650 0<» 
8 2i 
80 90 



42 IS 



$11 



,239 3.> 

647 49 
32 



1 j;{ 



6 S9 



414 ir» 

12 31 

775 83 



$13,322 39 I $13,322 39 



^Railroad taxes claimed by county under Act of March 28, 1868. 



KNOX COUNTY— Henry Eaklet, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, ISOi. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

Interest on current taxes (since .lanuary 1, lOiM) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes .* 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assossments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assossmeuts on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 

Cr. 



$7,055 97 
889 2r» 
138 89 

5 41 i 

602 73 ! 

60 03 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 190.3 

personal delluquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-hook, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous rissessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $7,792.70 at 4 per cent 

commission on $889.25 at 1 per cent 



583 00 

2 24 

3 86 



13 



$8,361 45 
385 % 
270 60 

10 46 

142 
311 74 

8 S9 



$9,350 51 |9,S50 51 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



511 



LACLEDE COUNTY-Jas. D. McClube, Collector. 
In account with istato taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal dt*iinquent list of 1001 

collections on personal dellnmient list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current ff^eneral tnx-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnx-book.. 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 



Cb, 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous asses«imeiits on rallroa>^ nix-book Jv)()2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $6,721.69 at 4 per cent 

commission on 11,246.24 at 1 per cent 



$6,349 12 

1,250 81 

289 83 

15 U3 

219 45 

28 59 

11 4.> 

1 18 

GJ 91 

200 Of) 

5 OD 

1 21 



$7,753 60 

290 82 

90 40 

4 57 

13 77 



268 99 
12 46 



$8,434 61 I $8,434 61 



LACLEDE COUNTY-.7AMES Dougan, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year endlog March 1, 1904. 



DiL 

To general tax-book of 1003 

railroad tax-book of 1O03 

m«irchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1003 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

inte*e8t on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous vears 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes '. ' n 

collections on licenses 270 00 

ad valorem tax on licenses ' B iw 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 1 7 80 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account 

warrant to balance 



$4,637 87 

911 04 

104 75 

10 76 

20 ( 44 

m 90 

12 01 

1 88 



Cb. 



I 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts ■ $5 ,748 97 



land delinquent list of 1903 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1003 
elinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax bfmk, 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 100:{ 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $6,050.76 at 4 per cent 

commission on $907.43 at 1 per cent 



244 80 

65 88 

3 61 

9 09 


202 03 
9 07 



$6,283 45 . $6,283 45 



5t^ 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



T.AFAYETTE COUNTY— J. J. Fdlkebson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes m 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tnx-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overnaid. carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



$23,876 90 

3,263 45 

921 90 

13 55 

1,679 54 

206 95 

282 29 

93 04 ! 



Cb. 



By balance from 1001 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1002 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous n«iSossmenU on railroad t;ix-book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $27,438.08 at 1% per cent 

commission on $3,253.45 at 1 per cent 



2,895 45 

112 80 

69 34 



4 95 



$33,409 16 



$30,271 8S 
1,430 03 
1,136 00 

65 65 

3 91 

480 16 

32 53 



$33,409 16 



LAFAYIOTTE COUNTY— J. J. Pulkehson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 19C3 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collectioua on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional as.soRRmonts on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional asses.snients on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance , 



$17,700 06 

2,650 88 

681 86 

8 90 

1,606 94 

269 44 

280 06 

933 81 




Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land oelinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1003 

delinquent railroad tax of 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1003 

errors and erroneous aissessraents on rnJlroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous asseHsments on M. and M. tax-bcxHc, 1003..! 

commission on $21,936.26 at 1% per cent ' 

commission on $2,560.38 at 1 per cent 



60 



$27,534 62 



$25,011 10 

1,184 48 

884 80 

42 69 

2 70 

883 85 

26 50 



$27,634 62 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



513 



LAWRENCE COUNTl— W^r. Gatton, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year endini^ Marcb 1. 1908. 



State ReT. 
and State 
Interest 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

raiU oad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additicmal assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 

Cr. 



$13,989 87 

1,391 61 

553 08 

23 37 

1,498 43 

237 04 

94 86 

3 92 

56 08 

1,383 00 

3 92 

8 23 



14 38 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 .y.. 

errprs and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902... 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902...' 
commission on S16, 350.20 at 2Vi per cent 



commission on $1,391.61 at 1 per cent. 



$19,257 79 



$17,393 51 

1,117 39 

278 86 

43 99 

1 36 

408 76 

13 92 



$19,257 79 



LAWRENCE COUNTY— R. S. Morgan, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Da 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

intetest on current taxes (since January 1, 19(M) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1004 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 ', 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errora and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on ni,882.06 at 2% per cent 

commission on $1,013.57 at 1 per cent 



$10,335 27 

1,018 97 

414 16 

15 19 

879 70 

126 92 

56 59 

13 36 



1,200 00 
5 71 



$14,065 87 



$12,601 80 

888 29 

251 38 

5 40 

11 15 

66 

297 05 

10 14 

$14,065 87 



A-ffl 



SH 



REPORT OP THE STATE AUDITOR. 



LEWIS COUNTY-M. B. Schofield, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for tbe year endlnir March 1. 1903. 



State Rev. I State CeT. 
and State) and State 
Interest, i interesL 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 j 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since Jnnuary 1 , 1 903 ) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes ' 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of ail previous years 

collftctions (Ml delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses ' 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additlonnl assoRsments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book..! 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book ! 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account : 

warrant to balance , 



$11,463 SS 

1,228 73 

3H5 02 

12 69 

367 13 

95 44 

49 22 

9 13 

435 16 

735 90 

23 35 



Cb. 

By balance from 1901 account ' i 

treasurera' receipts ' ' |13,519 88 

, 4r>.s 4n 

- 3S8 94 



land delinquent list of 1902. 

jtersonal delinquent list of 19(»2 

delinquent railroad tftx of 19«^2 

errors and erroneous assoHsments on tr*^^- "' ^'' - • - ^'- i^ *» 
errors and erroneous uis^^Hs-^icnrs on railroad tnx-book. 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $12,225.92 at 3 per cent 

con:mlsfilon on $1,228.73 at 1 per cent 



39 37 



366 77 
12 29 



$14,7S5 65 



$14,786 65 



LEWIS COUNTY— Eugene C. Thompson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1901. 



Dn. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

ek'rors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$8,402 73 

891 89 

294 17 

7 12 

301 10 

71 89 

54 22 

5 60 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $8,931.60 at 3 per cent 

commission on $891.89 at 1 per cent 



873 38 
19 84 



16 26 



$10,938 20 



$10,015 53 
337 79 
218 00 

84 25 

5 76 

- 267 95 

8 92 



$10,938 20 



ACCOUNTS OP COLLECTORS. 



SI5 



LINCOLN COUNTY— FRA.NK D. Bbowk, Collector. 
Id account witb State taxes for ttab year endlnir March 1, 1904. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Bey. 
and State 
interest. 



I 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1 002 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinauent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assf^ssments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments* on cnrrent M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



$11,677 72 
1,271 42 
318 60 
12 79 
972 88 
122 69 
151 69 
137 04 



237 25 
2 50 > 



Cb. 



Hy balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts ' ' $13,737 12 

' " ' I I 490 15 

' I 301 93 



land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 ' 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous ass^ssmoucs en tollroad tax-book, 1902 — ' 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902... 

commission on $12,658.02 at 2V^ per cent 

commission on $1,271.42 at 1 per cent 



$14,904 58 



45 45 

77 

316 45 

12 71 



$14,904 68 



LINCOLN COUNTY— B. M. Jekninqs, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Da. 

'o general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since .lanuary 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1^)02 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 10U4 account 

warrant to balance 



$S,749 56 


928 56 


226 15 


10 40 


416 20 


46 36 


57 28 


»0 04 


373 00 


3 27 



Ck. 



ny balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. nnd M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $8,961.45 at 2% per cent 

commission on $927.99 at 1 per cent 



$9 



.086 16 

503 21 

299 88 

57 

116 08 

1 60 

224 04 

9 28 



$10,840 82 , $10,840 82 



5iC 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



LINN C0TJNTV-JA8. B. Fleming, Ex-ofHcio Collector. 
In accoimt with State taxes for the yenr ending March 1, IdOS. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Da. I 

To general tax-book of 1002 i 

railroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 | 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) | 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes ; 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes < 

collections on licenses i 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book... ' 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance , 

Cb. 



$14,762 75 

2,230 66 j 

777 87 . 

35 77 ' 

476 20 , 

82 87 . 



25 07 

55 40 

920 00 

25 86 



22 26 
'»9*45" 



lij balan'^o from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

i^.rrors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book. 19.' '2.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $11,274.94 at 2^ per cent 

commission on $4,534.02 at 2 per cent 



$19,444 16 



$3 01 

18.468 32 

326 43 

189 67 

7 48 
1 70 

356 87 
90 68 



$19,444 16 



LINN COUNTY— Jas. B. Haetsleb^ Ex-offldo Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



I>R. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1908 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent Ii«it of 190!2 

collections on personal delinouent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$12,221 84 

1,642 99 

362 59 

26 37 

281 32 

37 75 



15 38 



1,080 00 
20 35 



Ck. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous aRsessments on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erronoous assessments on rn'lroad tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $11,693.79 at 2^^ per cent , — 

commission on $3,425.00 at 2 per cent 



$15,687 69 



$14,762 67 
188 76 
117 40 


252 26 
6 80 
4 08 

292 34 
68 28 



$16,687 59 



ACCOUNTS OF COI*I*ECTORS. 



SI7 



LIVINGSTON COUNTY— Louis R. Mbbsick^ Bx-Officlo Collector. 
In account with State taxei for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 



I 



I 



To general tax-book of 1002 

rallroud tax-book 1902 / :•••.•• vv«A« ' 2.75106 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 ari 'id 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes •. 

collections on personal delinquent list of lOOi 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount ovcrDaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to onlance 



$14,393 80 
751 06 
464 36 

30 01 
604 IS 

61 87 

3S 83 
5 40 

86 10 
200 00 



Ca. 



By balance from 1901 account I 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 1, 1083 17 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 r 
ellnquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erioneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous nxspssments cr railroa'* '.i'X-bo<>k. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 7 56 

commission on 113,870.97 at 2^ ner cent '• 334 27 

commission on $4,073.00 at 2 per cent 81 48 



$17,120 63 



8 50 



$18,635 61 



$18,635 61 



LIVINGSTON COUNTY— Louis R. Mbbkick, Ex-Officio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1901. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1903 sn T'^n cio 

railroad tax-book of 1903 ' 2 166 60 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1908 '327 ig 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 24 41 

collections on back taxes 700 80 

interest en back taxe^. | 76 32 

collections on personal delinquent list of 11)02 26 09 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 2 76 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses * "'i53*66 

ad valorem rax on licensee 

errors and additional assessments on current general tnx-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to oalance 



Ck. 



By balance from 1902 accoynt 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on Keiiernl tax-book, UMKT 

errors and erroneous assessments uu rallrfxid lax-book, 19o:;l... 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on $11,007.06 at 2\^ per cent 

commission on $3,425.28 at 2 per cent 



6 "- 



to 



$14,084 66 



S 



801 13 



r, sr. 

275 is 
6S 51 



$15,235 3S $15,235 3b 



Si8 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



Mcdonald county—Robert W. PATTBnsoK, collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rey. 
and State 
Interest. 






Du. 

To general tax-hook of 1902 

ruUroad tax-book 1002 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 190'J 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, luuaj 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal deUnquent llHt of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses '. 

errors and additional nssesBmentR on current general tax-book 

errors and additional asnossments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to balance 

Ch. 



$4,230 41 


65S 18 


243 64 


6 02 


899 73 


48 01 


33 69 



315 00 

8.J 



42 Go 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasnrers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1902 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errors and erroneous «ss"ssrreiits 'P rallrond <.a\-'iook, lOOi*.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $4>780.26 at 5 per cent '.. 

commission on $658.18 at 1 per cent 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



$20 90 

6.214 59 

250 05 

217 02 

22 68 

7 32 

239 02 

6 58 



$5,978 16 $5,978 16 



Mcdonald county— e. e. coffkb, collector. 

In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. I 

To general tax-book of 1903 $3.287 44 

railroad tax-book of l*^oS 542 12 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 160 59 

interest on current taxes (since .lanuary 1, 1904) , 3 52 

collections on back taxes 185 83 

interest on back taxes' .- 10 92 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 12 27 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years s 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 550 00 

ad valorem tax on licenses 55 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-hook 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 2 90 

warrant to balance 

Cb. 



Ry balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous aHse«»«ments on peuer.-il tax-book, r.Mj.'i 

eirors and erroneous assessments on railroad tnx-book, 1^0.*{.. .. 
errors and erroneous ass'essments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on ^,781.01 at 5 p^r cent 

ronimlflslon on $r>i2.12 Ml 1 per wwx 



$4,131 56 
283 32 
1*3 09 

2 98 

72 

189 o^ 

5 42 



$1,7:.0 II $4,75tf 14 



ACCOUNTS OF COLI*ECTORS. 



519 



MACON COUNTY—Wm. N. Stamper, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ondingr March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-book of 1902 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1003) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1001 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rallrrnd taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1003 account 

warrant to oalance 



Cb. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on peneral tax-book. 19f>2 

errors and erroneous }«^s^fi.^nifiits on railroad lax-book. 10H2.. 
errors and erroneous nf^sessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1002. 

commission on $20,599.98 at 2^^ p'?r cent 

commission on $3,701.74 at 1 per cent 



$22,514 36 

3,701 74 

663 n.o 

31 N.S 

1,279 05 

24l> 21 

204 70 

55 26 

113 11 

1,750 15 

10 14 

53 17 



1 26 



$30,626 58 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



$ 03 

23,946 20 

6 317 12 

759 39 

45 79 

6 03 

515 00 

37 02 



$30,626 5S 



MACON COUNTY--WM. N. Stamper, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1003 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1002 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additionaJ assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-hook... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book , 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



Cr. 

By balance from 1002 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of J903 

personal delinquent list of 190.*? 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessmenU ou tjonernl tax-book, lOo.". 

errors and erroneous .'issessments ou railroad tax-book. i908 

errora and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tnx-book, 1903. 

rommlssion on $17,376.02 at 2\^ per rent 

commission on $2,720.95 at 1 per ocnt 



$16,978 65 

2,720 95 

492 18 

2'i 43 

1,474 52 

317 75 

252 99 

105 51 



7 2'* 

18 3s 



2.232 04 , 
14 77 
41 63 



$19 
3 



.759 85 
936 35 

528 28 

16 53 



434 40 
27 21 



$'2l.:u-2 r,-2 $21,7U2 «J2 



520 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MADISON COUNTY— Fbank Sondbrman, Collector, 
in account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To genera] tax-book of 1002 

rallrond tax-book 1902 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

Interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collocflons on delinquent ni.Mrcad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and nddftional asRessments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to onlance 



14,275 65 

591 32 

282 20 

4 68 

160 79 

25 57 



49 53 



456 00 
17 20 



Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
ellnquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902 

errorR and erroneous nss^^ssmont? on railroad tnx book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $4,730.11 at 5 per cent 

commission on $591. S2 at 1 per cent 



$5,862 94 



15428 54 
371 38 
116 36 

4 24 



236 51 
5 91 



|5»862 94 



MADISON COUNTY— Frank Sondbbman, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 

To general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad vRlnrem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$3,418 62 
425 74 
237 65 

4 04 

143 56 

22 88 

34 41 

4 01 



Cb. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 .' 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous as.qcssments on general tnx-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous asaessmeuts on railroad tax-book, 1003 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commission on 14,017.96 at 5 per cent 

commission on $425.74 at 1 per cent 



576 00 
13 48 



$4,880 39 



$4,244 55 
305 16 
126 44 

1 08 

198 90 
4 26 



$4,8S0 39 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



S^i 



MARIES COUNTY -Lbvi F. Pabxbr, Collector. 
Id accoont with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rev. 
and State 
Interest. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1002 

rallrood tax-book 1002 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collrctions on delinquent rniirofld taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book — 
errors and sdrtltionfll aRsrasments on current railroad tax-book., 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



Cr. 



By balance from 1901 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land dPltnquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1902 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on ffenpi-al tax-book. 1902 — 
errors and erroneous aJsosiJinonts on railroad tax-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $4,633.11 at 6 per cent 

commission on $ at per cent 



$4,234 11 



146 9S 

6 87 

109 46 

19 06 



409 Th) 
16 43 



State Rev. 
and Sta^ 
interest. 



$4,355 12, 
242 49 
55 32 

10 99 



277 99 



$4,941 91 : $4,941 91 



MARIES COUNTY— Levi P. Pabkeb, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1901. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 1903 

lailroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants* and manufacturers* tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assAssments on current general tax-book.... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account 

warrant to balance 



$3,417 91 

23 29 

130 ()!> 

7 OS 
199 02 



Cr. 

Ily balance from 1902 account 

treasurer*s receipts 

land delinquent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments (»n gfuonil tux-hook, linjii I 

errors and erroneous assessments on rnllroad tax-book, 1903 > 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1903. 

commLssion on $3,892.67 at 6 per rent 

commission on $23.29 at 1 per cent 



3.>9 00 
22 40 



$3,675 35 
238 57 



4 SO 



233 56 
23 



$1,159 39 $4,159 3y 



522 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MARI05J COUNTY— Collins J. Johnson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1903. 



State Rey. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 

To general tax-l»ok of 1902 $18.859 15 

railroad tax-book 19U2 3 736 87 

merchants' and manufacturers* tax-book of 1002 '596 75 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 3^80 

collections on back taxes " 

interest on back taxes "issi 05 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 ' 99 ^i 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 70 30 1 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes ' 

collections on licenses 4,uio i5 

ad valorem tax on licenses 22 46 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax -book. . 
'erron and additional assessments on current M. and M. lax- 
book • 

amount overpaid, carried to 19U3 account 

warrant to oalance 

Ctt. 

By balance from UiOl account 

treasurers' receipts ] 126 8^1 85 

land delinquent list of 1902 1180 35 

personal delinquent list of 1902 [ [ 433 jjs 

delinquent railroad tax of 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on ^^'iifHl tax-book, ]9<!2 45 35 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1902.... [ 

errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902... 

commission on $23,685.12 at 2 i>er cent : 473 70 

commisision on $3,573.87 at 1 per cent , 35 74 

$28,990 84 $28,990 84 



MARION COI.'NTY-Coi.LiNS J. Johnson, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



DiL I 

To general tax-book of 1903 $14 154 00 

railroad tax-book of 1903 2,734 ■*7 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 436^0 

Interest on current taxos (since .January 1, 1904) 17 7o 

collections on back taxes I 

Interest on back taxes ' 1,261 4.> 

collections on personal deHnqiiPiit list of 1902 69 O9 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 24 So 

collections on delinquent railroad tuxes ' 87 67 

collections on licenses ■ 4,315^2 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current rallrf):i(l tMx look 

errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax 

book ' 

amount overpaid, carried to 190i account 

warrant to balance 

Cii. 

By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 1 

land delinquent list of 1903 ; 

personal delinquent list of 190.T ^ 1 

delinquent railroad tax of 10):; 

errors and erroneous asseRsmeiiN tm !:«MU'r!i) ta\- ImmsU, 1!Mi;5 

errors and erroneous assos«in«'nis on railr<jad ta\'-lM»nk'. lOO.*; 

errors and erroneous assessnitiiiM on ^i. and M, tax-l>ook, IfMt:; 

commission on $18,9<il.87 at l":- per o«iit 

commission on $2,001.51 at 1 lur ( out 

♦balance 

*'J3.1fn 7(1 



$20,997 76 

1,014 20 

347 25 

41 30 



474 4S 

26 <>•• 

200 6C 



$23,101 70 



•Railroad taxes claimed by county under act of March 23, 1808. 



ACCOUNTS OF COLLECTORS. 



523 



MERCER COUNTY— •John B. Powell, Ez-offlcio Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Rer. 
and State 
interest. 



Db. 

To genera] tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1002 

Interest on current taxes (since January l, 1903 ) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections • on personal dellnqnent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additicHial assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current rail road tr*T-booir 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax- 
book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to balance 



n0.139 77 

1,270 90 

257 73 

24 65 
281 37 

25 50 



2S 61 
38 51 



6 00 



Cr. 



Dy balance from 1001 account 

treasurers* receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

Sersonal delinquent list of 1002 
elinquent railroad tax of 1902 

erroi*s and erroneous assessments on general tax-book. 1902 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1002.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $9,652.79 at 2% per cent 

conunlsslon on $1,828.43 at 2 per cent 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Ill 



,231 94 
309 18 
242 91 

4 05 

7 07 

241 32 

36 57 



$12,073 04 I $12,073 04 



•Note.— -This account was collected by three ex-offlclo collectors. Schuyler King, 
the duly elected ex-olficto collector, resigned the office December 81, 1002, having been 
elected Circuit Clerk. H. R. Spencer was appointed by the Connty Court to nil out 
the unexpired term. The Connty Court having no authority to fill the vacancy, the 
Governor of the State appointed John E. Powell to succeed Mr. Spencer, who had 
only served one month 



MERCER- COUNTY— H. R. Sprncee, Ex-oflTiclo Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1904. 



Db. 



To general tax-book of 19<)3 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1004) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 , 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current ^. and M. t»x 



book 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account, 
warrant to balance 



Ca. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

land dellnqnent list of 1903 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 1003 

errors and erroneous assessment? on general tax-book, 1903 

errors and erroneous assessments on railroad tax-book, 1003.. .. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book. 1903. 

commission on $7,714.23 at 2% per cont 

commission on $1,461.43 at 2 per cent 



$7,955 70 

916 45 

196 28 

22 04 

280 4;t 

46 61 



50 49 
26 60 
'2'i),V 



3 47 



$9,500 42 



$9 



.004 06 

150 fn; 

112 62 



3 US 

7 SI 

i;»-J Si; 

I'D 1';] 

$9,500 42 



524 



REPORT OF THE STATE AUDITOR. 



MILLER COUNTY— Prank W. Fbndobp, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1, 1908. 



State Ray. 
and State 
Interest. 



State Rev. 
and State 
interest. 



Dr. 



To general tax-book of 1002 

railroad tax-book 1902 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1902 

interest on current taxes (since January 1, 1903) 

collections on back taxes 

Interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1901 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent rAllroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current railroad tax-book, 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. ta 

book 

amount overoaid, carried to 1903 account 

warrant to oalance 



Cr. 



liy balance from 1001 account 

treasurers' receipts 

land delinquent list of 1902 

personal delinquent list of 1002 

delinquent railroad tax of 19v>2 

errors and erroneous assessments on general tax-book, 1902.... 
errors ard erroneous asaessmenis on railioad ::ix-book, 1902.. 
errors and erroneous assessments on M. and M. tax-book, 1902. 

commission on $6,D37.19 at G per cent 

commission on |2iJ.16 at 1 per cent 



$6,136 64 

259 16 

304 42 

12 81 

237 71 

29 35 

17 65 



6 03 
307 06 

3 31 

4 00 



7 77 



S &3 

$6,480 17 
356 75 
105 28 

50 01 

3 72 

326 86 

2 59 



$7,325 91 I $7,325 91 



To 



MILLER COUNTY— Geo. F. FteitGusoN, Collector. 
In account with State taxes for the year ending March 1. 1904. 



Dr. 

general tax-book of 1903 

railroad tax-book of 1903 

merchants' and manufacturers' tax-book of 1903 

interest on current taxes (since .Tanuary 1, 1904) 

collections on back taxes 

interest on back taxes 

collections on personal delinquent list of 1902 

collections on personal delinquent list of all previous years 

collections on delinquent railroad taxes 

collections on licenses 

ad valorem tax on licenses 

errors and additional assessments on current general tax-book ' 

errors and additional assessments on current railroad tnx-book... 
errors and additional assessments on current M. and M. tax-i 

book ' 

amount overpaid, carried to 1904 account t 

warrant to balance '. 



$4,440 71 

186 96 

214 S6 

4 89 

279 14 

37 11 

11 40 



Cr. 



By balance from 1902 account 

treasurer's receipts 

laud delinquent list of 1903 * 

personal delinquent list of 1903 

delinquent railroad tax of 190.3 

errors and erroneous assessments on j:»»n'^ral