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REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



LEGISLATURE OF MINNESOTA, 4^--^^ 



Fiscal Years Endinq July 31, 1901, and Julv 31, 1903. 



TRANSMITTED TO THE LEGISLATURE OF THE 
TWELFTH BIENNIAL SESSION, 1903. 



The PioNBBR Phers 



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STATE OF MINNESOTA, 
Office of Auditor and Land Commissioner. 
To the Legislature: 

Gentlemen: — I hav^-tVe boDor to Bubtnit the following report, 
showing the transactioilb' t)t the state treasury and the husiness 
of this department for the fiscal years ending July 31, 1901, and 
July 31, 1902, also the proceedings of the State Board of Equaliza- 
tion for the year 1902, and an abstract of the real and personal 
property assessments as equalized by the state board. 

BOBERT C. DCNN, 

fitate Auditor and Ex-Offlcio Commissioner of the Stote Land Office. 



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KXCHANQE 
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REPORT 

OF THE 

AUDITOR OF STATE 

AND EX-OFFICIO COMMISSIONER OF THE 
STATE LAND OFFICE 

FOR THE 

TWO FISCAL YEARS ENDING JULY 31, 1902. 

STATE FINANCES, 

The legislature of 1901 (Chap. 3E0. G. L. 1901) provided for a tax levy 
tor state purpoaee for the year endlns July 31, 1902, of 1760,000 and pro- 
vided that the rate should not exceed one and three-tenths mills (1 3-10), and 
for the year ending July 31, 1903, a levy of 1800,000 was provided for with 
the same limitation as regards the rate. This year, owing to the large 
increase In the amount of gross earnings paid by the railroads, the splen- 
did showing made by the Board of Control, and the very preceptlble in- 
crease In the valuation of real and personal property, we concluded that a 
rate of one mill would produce all the revenue necessary. 

Annexed hereto arc the customary estimates of the receipts and dla- 
bnrsements of the state for the years 1903, 1904 and 1906. The ftgures are 
conservative. If present conditions continue the railroad gross earnings 
taxes win exceed the figures given. The legislature can with safety appro- 
priate 1800,000 for new buildings for the period ending July 31, 1905, but 
if a much larger sum Is appropriated, the rate of taxation for state purposes 
must of necessity be Increased; certainly a one-mill rate would not pro- 
dace sufficient revenue unless there wa« a marked increase in the valua- 
tion of the taxable property of the state. 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



BEVENLTE i 



RECEIPTS. 



Cash on hand July SI, 1902 

Cash on hand July 31, 1008 (estimated). . 
CaBh on hand July 31, 1904 (es tl mated). . 



TeloKraph and telephone taxes 

Incorporation tecs 

Interest on deposits 

Earnings of stale Institutions, 



Surplus carried forward.. 



























00.000.00, 


70.000.(KI 














000,000,011. 





(3,032.519.88 14.001, Gl 9. SS 
3,2SO.OJO,00 3.580.000.00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Outstanding warrants, July 81, 1902... 
I'npald appropriations. July 31, 1902.. 
■" — ;uMve expenses 



Prison twine plant 

New state capltol bulldlne 

New state Institutions bulldlngB. . 

Boards and commissions 

Fire crompanles 

Legislative expenses 

State aid to tilgber education 

Printing and binding 

Printing laws In newspapers 

Slate national guard 

Mlseellaneoua 



1 10.000.00 


iiio.obo.oo, 


1110.000.00 


























ieo,ooo.oc 
































346.000 .0( 


345,000.00 




















100,000.00 







n.<M3.13' |a,2»0,000.00; 13.580,1" 



TAXEB e 



L'LD BE LBVIBa? IN SPECIFIC AMOUNTS. 



Tbe rate of taxation for all state purpoaee this r«*r Is 2.G3 mills, appor- 
tioned as follows: State revenue, one (1) mill; funding tax fund, two- 
tenths (2-10) of a mill; soldiers' relief fund, one-tenth (1-10) of a mill; 
general school t«i, one (1) mill; university, twenty-three hundredths 
(23-100) of a mill. If the valuation of the state continues to Increase 
yearly, as tt undoubtedly will. It would seem to be good policy to levy 
state taxes (save the one-mill school tax) in specific amounts, and let the 
State Auditor fix the rate. On the present valuation the twenty-three hun- 
dredths (23-100) of a mill university tax will produce a revenue In round 
numbers of 1178,000. What objection can there be urged against making 
an annu^ appropriation of say 1180,000 (or the support ot the uulversltyT 
If a 23-100 of a mill tax will produce sufficient revenue on a valuation of 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. V 

$761,000,000. there ts do sense In contlnulog tfae rate at 33-100 of a mill If 
the valuation should be increased twenty-flve or fifty per cent. If property 
was assessed at its full cash value certainly such a fixed rate would produce 
more revenue than would be required. This also applies with equal force 
to the soldiers' relief fund tax. 



THE ^OVTR PER CENT GROSS EARNINGS TAX. 

Our biennial report to the legislature of 1899 (onUlned a strong rec- 
ommendation tor an increase In the gross earnings tas paid by railroad 
companies from three to four per cent That recommendation was made 
in good faith. We believed then, and believe now. that the railroads are 
not bearing their Just proporUon of the burdens of taxation. The legisla- 
ture of 1901 enacted the necessary legislation (Chap. 150, Q. L. 1901) pro- 
viding for an Increase in the gross earnings tax to be paid by railroads. 
Unfortunately, at the recent election a majority of the voters failed to 
ratify the action of the legislature. This office staode by its recommenda- 
tion with reference to the railroad gross earnings tax made to the legisla- 
ture of 1899. and earnestly recommends that Chapter 160, General Laws at 
1901. or a similar proposition, be again submitted to the people of the state. 

In connection with the proposed Increase In the gross earnings tax 
we deem It our duty to call the attention ot the legislature to a phase of 
the subject that has not been heretofore mentioned or discussed. Section 
6. article 9 of the Constitution provides that: "For the purpose of defraying 
extraordinary expenditures, the state may contract public debts, but such 
debts shall never, In the aggregate, exceed (250.000." • • • • 

Sc. 353, Stat, ot Minn., 1894, authorizing the State Treasurer to bor- 
row and use temporarily from funds having an available balance In the 
treasury two hundred thousand dollars, or as much thereof as may be neces- 
sary, to supply any deficiency that may eilat In the revenue fund. • ■ • 

Sec, 61S. Stat, of Minn,, 1894, authorizes the Governor, State Au- 
ditor and State Treasurer, whenever, In their Judgment. It becomes neces- 
sary. In order to meet the current demands on the revenue fund tor the 
payment of appropriations from said fund, to make agreements with banks, 
or other corporations or persons, to pay warrants issued against the reve- 
nue fund in the payment of any claim or demand upon said fund for the 
payment of which the legislature has made or hereafter may make an ap- 
approprlatlon. and to pay Interest on such warrants until the state treasury 
can redeem the same, at a rate not exceeding six per cent per annum, pro- 
vided that the amoimt of such warrants oiitBtandlng at any time shall not 
exceed one hundred thousand dollars. 

For the biennial period ending July 31, 1902. the total amount of reve- 
nue covered into the state treasury was t5,6t>!),l 59.60. as follows: 

State taxes $1,679,538.93 

Railroad Uxea 3.098.646.18 

All Other taxes 581,741.30 

Fees and fines 305,233,29 



$5,865,159.60 

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It will be eeen at a glance that tbe railroads pt^ conelderablr more tban 
one-hair of all the taxes paid Into the state treasury. The revolving (unds 
and permanent trust funds cut no figure whatever In the state's revenue 
proper. 

Towards the close of almost every year It becomes necessary for the 
treasurer to borrow temporarily from other funds $200,000, as provided for 
by section 353, above referred to, and It also becomes, necessary to borrow 
the full amount of (100,000 authorized by section 519, Stat, of Minn., 1894. 
This is done In anticipation of the railroad taxes, which are required to be 
paid on or before the first day of March In each year (Sec. 1667, Stat, of 
Minn., 1S94J. 

If for any reason long drawn out litigation resulted over a proposed in- 
crease in the gross earnings tax, and should the railroads refuse to pay any 
taxes pending a final disposition of the matter by the courts, the state would 
be placed In a serious predicament Under the present valuation It would 
require an additional state tax of about two and one-half mills to produce 
a revenue equal to the amount at present paid by the railroad companies. 

In view of possible contingencies It seems to me that section 619, Stat, 
of Minn.. 1S94. should be amended so as to permit the state officers (Governor, 
Auditor and Treasurer) to borrow a much larger amount than flOO,000, If it 
should become necessary to do so. In order to provide sufficient funds for 
the support of the state government, provided such authorization would not 
confilct with section 5. article 9 of the Constitution. This matter. In my 
Judgment, Is worthy of the most serious consideration of the legislature. 

TAX RBFOItM. 

In my report to the legislature for the biennial period ending July 31, 
1900. considerable space was devoted to showing the necessity for tax re- 
vision. The legislature of 1901 provided (or the creation of a tax commis- 
sion, and said commission's report wae considered at an extra session of the 
legislature In 1902. The tax code reported by the commission was elaborate 
and compt'ehenslve, and when first submitted met with great public favor. 
But later, after the measure had been more thoroughly discussed, some of 
Its provisions were considered too drastic and too wide a departure from the 
old established usages and customs, and a strong opposition to the enact- 
ment of the code Into a law was developed within and without the legislature. 
The outcome was the defeat of the bill as a whole, and the adoption (sub- 
stantially) of that portion of the tax commisalon's report which pertained 
to the collection of taxes levied against real estate. Several constitutional 
amendments relating to taxation were enacted and submitted to the people 
of the state at the recent general election, but unfortunately, owing to lack 
of interest on the part of those voting at the election, all of the amendments 
were defeated. 

While the results of the attempt to obtain a better system of laws tor 
the assessment and collection of taxes are far from satisfactory to the 
friends of tax reform, still the discussions In the legislature, In the press and 
on public platforms have been productive of much good in awalcenlng public 
interest In the matter. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. VU 

Respecting further tax leBtBlation, It Is my judsmenC that a further at- 
temut should be made to secure to the legislature, by proper constitutional 
amendment, much larger powers of legislation than It now possesses. Until 
such relief la afforded, the legislature can, at best, accomplish only very 
unaatlsfactoty results. If tlie legislature is to attempt anything, under the 
present form of the constitution, it should be along lines indicated by the 
tax commission's proposed code. Further "tinkering" of the present law 
will be liliely to tend to greater confusion. Perhaps it would be the wise 
course for the legislature to address itself at the next Besslon to the single 
question of constitutional relief. It would engender leas hostlltty, conduce 
to a clearer conception of what la really needed, and might be attended with 
happier results at the polls. What course the legislature should adopt in 
such regard can, however, be best determined by the views of its members 
as to when such relief can reasonably be hoped for. 

The state has entered upon an era of tax reform, and all experience 
teaches that such reforms must be preceded by popular education upon the 
subject It Is unfortunately a subject upon wbich the masses have little 
sclentic knowledge, and one, too. which is embarrassed by many strongly- 
grounded prejudices. While reform will be slow, the effort should be con- 
tinuous. 

TAXATION OF IRON MINES. 

This office, under the administration of the present Auditor, has consist- 
ently favored the taxation of mines and mining property on a direct valua- 
tion basis, and, as consistently, lias opposed the tonnage tax system of taxa- 
tion. It was in response to an Inquiry from this office in the spring of 1896 
that Hon. H. W. Chllds, the then Attorney Qeneral, in a comprehensive opinion 
held that the one per cent per ton tax was unconstitutional. In that opinion 
he said, "However wise and salutary the provlelons ot such a law, I am unable 
to reach any other conclusion that that they are clearly In violation of the 
constitution, and void." Our supreme court CTl Minn. 283) held that, "It 
would be difficult to conceive of a system of taxation more obnoxious to the 
constitution." The tax commission was clearly of tile opinion that a ton- 
nage tax would not be constitutional (Sec. 6, page 43, tax commission's 
report). More recently, last February, In the case of the State vs. Canda 
Cattle Car Co.. (S5 Minn. 453) It was held tbat the law of the state of Min- 
nesota imposiog a tax of two per cent upon the property of cattle car com- 
panies used within the state, was unconstitutional. The court said: 

But where the method adopted la a. tax upon property baaed upon valuation, 
the rate impoaed must be uniform end apply alike to all who are thus taxed. The 
property of one citlien may not te taxed at a greater rate than that of another. 
And. however dlOlcult It may be to obtain equality In other rrspects. a unllorm 
tax rate may and must be Imposed In this class or taxetlon. 

The act under conalderatlon fixes a uniform rate of two per cent upon the valu- 
ation oC the property of corporations coming within ila operalion. while the general 
rate of taxation upon olher property In the state la tlxed and oetermltied by the 
amount of taxeg necessary to be raised (or the purpose ot defraylne the public 
expenses. It may be one. two, three or four per cent. The contention of defendant 
Is that the rate ho fixed by the act Is in violation of the equality provision of our 
conslltutlon and consequently void. We think, for reasons already slated, defend- 
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In thlB case the cattle car companies were required to tite with the State 
Auditor a Btatement showing the number of Bbarea ol their capital Btock, the 
par and market value thereof, the value of real estate owned by them in the 
state, the length of lines of railway over which their cars are run, the length 
of so much of such lines aa is without and within tho state, and the wbole 
Dumber of the cars owned and operated by them. On this information tha 
state board was required to assess the value of the property used In the state, 
and the court held that the law imposing an asseaament of two per cent was 
unconstitutional, although this misbt i>e less than the taxes imposed on other 
property for the same year. 

Admitting, for the sake of argument, that a tonnage tax would be consti- 
tutional, It would be unwise to Impose It. because the present system Is clearly 
constitutional, and Is yielding the state, the county and the local communities 
<i very large revenue, without requiring any additional mschineTy to enforce 
the collection of the taxea levied. Under the present system the assessment 
^•an be increased from time to time should the value of the property warrant 
it. Furthermore, the tonnage tax works an injustice not only to the local 
communities, but to the parties Interested. 

Iron ore varies in value 100 per cent. A tax of four or six per cent per 
ton on cheap grades of ore is not uniform with a tax of four or six cents p^ 
ton on high grade ores. Again, should one or more mines hapiieu to shut 
down in any locality for a year the local community would get no taxes. The 
local communities lai^ely depend upon the taxes derived from tbe mines to 
support their schools, village end township governments. The mining com- 
panies were satisfied with the one cent per ton tax, and they undoubtedly 
would prefer a tonnage tax in preference to any other method of taxation, pro- 
vided the tonnage tax Imposed was low enough, but the local commuultles and 
the people of St. Louis county would not be satisfled, and who cnuld biamo 
them, aa It would be clearly unjust to them. 

This year the St. Louis County Board of Equalleatlon. largely through the 
Insistence of Auditor Halden of that county. Increased tho assessment of the 
mining companies by J18.000,000, and the mining companies will be required 
to pay taxes on an assessment of over $30,000,000, which means that they 
will be obliged to pay more than (600,000 In taxes on this year's valuation of 
their property. In 1904. when real estate Is again assessed, it is fair to pre- 
sume that, if conditions warrant it, the county board of St. Loula county or 
tbe State Board of Equalization will Insist upon another substantial increase 
In the assessment of the mining companies. 



STATE BOARD OF EQL'ALIZATIOX. 

The proeeedlnga in detail ol the State Board of EquallBatlon for the year 
1902 will be found (commencing) on iiage 386. In my first report to the legis- 
lature the iirecedent was established of incorporating in the report the proceed- 
ings of the board for the current year. The boaid that concluaed Its tabors 
last October Is to be commeniied for the systematic and thorough work per- 
formed by IL After the statutory deductions have been made by the county 
auditors the total taxable value of the real and personal property of the state 
will amount to about $761,000,000, while for the yesr 1901 it was (900,980,614. 



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An Increase In tbe valuation of a county or an asseaemcnt dletrlct does 
not, as some people erroneouelr suppose, mean an Increase in tbe amount ot 
taxes required to be paid by the taxpayers of that county or assessment dis- 
trict, BBTB In the matter of state taxes, which are about one-tenth of the whole. 
Tbe last board of equalization accomplished more in tbe matter of equallzlnE 
valuations as between counties than any preceding board. 

If there was not a dollar ot direct state taxes to be levied and collected tbe 
State Board of Bqualiiation or some similar board would still be necessary. 
Tbe local taxing of&cers and local boards of review and equalization are In 
many Instances InHuenced by local conditions. It is generally the rich and 
powerful who do tbe "Influenclug." It is the duty of the state board to see 
to It that the property ot the rich and powerful and the public service and 
other corporations Is properly assessed, to the end that It may bear Its Just 
proportion of the burdens of taxation. The great mass of tax-payers have no 
special representatives to plead their cause before taxing offlcera and boards 
of review and equalization. 

INHERITANt^B TAX. 

The state Is at present without a law for the taxation of the transfer of 
property by inheritance. 

Chapter 293, General Laws of 1897, was held to be unconstitutional by our 
supreme court on Feb. 1*. 1900. (Drew vs. Tlfft, 79 Minn. 175.) 

Chapter 256, General Laws 1901, was likewise held to be In conflict with 
our constitution In a decision handed down on Nov. 28, 1902, in the case ot 
State ex. rel. Frye vs. Probate Court of Ramsey County. Chapter 3, General 
Laws, Extra Session 1902, has not been passed upon by our supreme court, but 
is, in the opinion of the Attorney General, unconstitutional, for tbe reason 
that the rate of tax provided on bequests ot others than lineal descendants 
is In excess of the constitutional limit 

The objections to former laws have been stated In former reports ot this 
office. A new law should now be enacted which would stand the test of tbe 
courts and avoid all the objectionable features which have rendered previous 
laws on this subject Ineffective. 

The sum of fT.STT.TO has been paid Into the state treasury, under the 1901 
law. The legislature will be asked to make an appropriation to repay that 
amount. On pages 72 and 73 of this report will be found a statement In detail 
of the payments made under the law of 1901. 

TELEGRAPH TAXES. 

For three years past tbe Western Union Telegraph Company has refused to 
pay the full amount of tax assessed against it by the State Board of Equaliza- 
tion, the company claiming that the valuation fixed by the state board was ex- 
cessive and out of all proportion to the values placed upon other property for 
taxaUon purposes. For several years, up to and Including the year 1898, the 
state board flied the valuation of the property of this company at t865,G20, and 
the tax on that assessment was always paid. In 1899 tbe state board In- 
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the vigorous protest of the euperlnteiiilent of the compaay. Since then th« 
board has each year Bzed the valuation at (1,000,000, but the company has 
refused to pay tax on that assessment. For the past three years the companr 
has paid Into the state treasury annually, "on account," taxes baaed on a 
tSOCDOO assessment The drafts tor the tajc^ds on the valuation ns fixed by 
the State Board of equalization have been placed tn tbe bands of the attor- 
ney general to enforce collection of the unpaid balances, and the matter la 
now in litigation. An early judicial determination of tbe Isenes Involved in 
this case Is desirable. 

COUNTY REVENUE. 

Section 1558, Statutes of Minnesota, 1894, provides that taxes may br 
■ levied for county purposes, the rate of which shall not exceed five mills In any 
county having a taxable valuation of one million dollars or more. In several 
of the northern counties, where the valuations range between one and two 
million dollars, a five mill tax does not produce sutBclent revenue to pay the 
current expenses of county government. As a result the counties with a low 
valuation are obliged to pay Interest at the rate of six per cent on outstanding 
county warrants. The law should be amended so as to permit a county whose 
valuation Is |2,000,000 or less, to levy a tax for county revenue purposes, the 
rate of which shall not exceed one per cent The legitimate expenses of a 
county must be paid. It Is imposing an additional burden upon the ^x-itayers 
of a county to oblige them to pay Interest on county warrants when there are 
not sufficient funds In the county treasury to redeem the same, "i^y as you 
go" is a good motto for counties as well as individuals. 

BOARD OF INVESTMENT PROCEEDINGS. 

During the past two years tne Board of Investment, which Is composed of 
the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, the President of the Board of Regents 
of the State University, the Governor, State Treasurer and State Auditor, 
held seven meetings. Annexed hereto Is a synopsis of each meeting of the 

August 8, 1900. — Members of board present: Gov. John Lind, State 
Treasurer Koerner and Deputy Auditor Iveraon. Treasurer Koerner reported 
that the Investment authorized by the board at the last meeting had been 
made. On motion of Treasurer Koerner It was voted to purchase (240,000 
of Minnesota state capitol certiflcates at par. Treasurer Koerner was also 
directed to obtain an investment for the cash In the slate institutions and 
Internal improvement land funds. 

March 9, 1901.— Members of the board present: Hon. John S. Plllsbury, 
President Board of Regents State University, Gov. S. R. Van Sant, State Treas- 
urer Block and State Auditor Dunn. On motion of Treasurer Block It was 
voted unanimously that one hundred thousand dollars (JIOO.OOO) of Virginia 
Century bonds should be purchased for the state Institutions fund to net 3.1U 
per cent Interest 

July 20, 1901.— Members of the board present: Hon. J. S. Plllsbury. Gov- 
ernor Van Sant, Treasurer Block and Deputy Auditor Iverson. On motion the 



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Governor, Auditor and SUte Treasurer were authorized to InveBt act to exceed 
four hundred thousand dollars (1400,000) ot the permanent school, perma- 
nent unlnrerslty and Internal land Improvement funds at a rate of Interest 
to net not less than three per cent, inveatmenta to be made In state bonds at 
such times as funds are available. On motion of tilr. Pltlsbury It was voted to 
purchase one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) of Utah 3 1-4 per coat bonds 
for the permanent school fund. Mr. J. J. McCardy's offer to furnlBh JIOO.OOO 
Utah S 1-4 per cent bonds to net 3.10 per cent was accepted. 

Sept. 24, 1901.— Members present: Chief Justice Start, (Jovemor Van 
Sant, Treasurer Blocb and Auditor Dunn. On motion ot Treasurer Block It 
was unanimously voted that the Treasurer purchase (100,000 Massachusetts 
bonds, and not to exceed (40,000 Louisiana state bonds, the bonds to net the 
funds to which they are credited not less than three per cent Interest. 

Dec. 7, 1901. — Members of the board present; Chief Justice Start, Oov- 
emor Van Sant, Treasurer Block and Deputy Auditor Iverson. On moHon of 
Judge Start, the Governor, Auditor and Treasurer were authorized to Invest 
the sum of 1400,000 In state bonds within the next four months at a rate of 
interest to net not lees than three per cent on the laveatments. 

Dec. 24, 1901. — Members of board present: Governor Van Sant, Treasurer 
Block and Auditor Dunn. Several parties presented bids In writing and 
verbally to fumleh one hundred thousand dollars' worth of Massachusetts 
and the same amount of Louisiana state bondB to net not less than three 
per cent The proposition of Popper & Stern to turnlab 1100,000 3!^ per cent 
Massachusetts gold bonds, due In 1941, to net three and five- thousandths per 
cent, and flOO.OOO Louisiana 4 per cent bonds, due In 1914, to net three and 
Qfteen-hundredths per cent was unanimously accepted. 

On motion ol Auditor Dunn the fotlowlug reeolutlon was adopted: 

Itemited, That the State Treasurer be and he Is hereby instructed and 
directed to prepare a suitable blank to be used by parties who desire to make 
proposals to the Board of Investment to furnish state bonds for the invest- 
ment ot the permanent funds of the state; that the Treasurer shall state In 
said blanks the kind and amount ol bonds desired; the proposals must also 
state the exact cost ol the bonds and the exact rate ot interest they 
will net the state; the Treasurer shall furnish blanks to all applicants, and 
notify all persons who desire to furnish bonds tor the investment ot the 
permanent fund that he will receive sealed proposals until a certain specified 
time; all such proposals must be marked "Proposals to Furnish Bonds;" 
the proposals so received shall be opened at the time specified In the presence 
of the Board of Investment, and the Board of investment ehall reserve the 
right to reject any or all bids. 

April 23, 1902.— Members ot board present: Governor Van Sant, Treas- 
urer Block and Auditor Dunn. Sealed proposals to furnish bonds to the 
amount of $200,000 were opened in the presence of the board and the bidders. 
After the bids had been tabulated it was unanimously voted to accept the 
proposal ot Parson, Leach £ Co., ot New York, to furnish |200,000 Massachu- 
setts gold bonds, due in 1942, to net three and flve-hundredths per cent. 



The Attorney General's office has held that there Is uo authority In the 
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tlon or repair o( roads. Many ecores ot appllcatlonB for loanB from the perma- 
nent school and university funds by towns have been rejected because of lack 
of such authorization. Chap. 31, General Laws 1867, being Bee. 1031 General 
Statutes of 1894, authorizes bonding for bridges only. There is nothing more 
conducive to the general welfare and happiness of a community than good 
roads, and In the northern part of the state especially, where the townships 
are sparsely settled, it Is absolutely necessary that towns should be enabled to 
borrow money for the improvement and construction of roads. 

It is very seldom that a township Is ever called upon to borrow money to 
defray town charges and expenses. A township that cannot raise enough 
taxes annually to pay its town officers for their services has no excuse tor 
existing as a separate organization. But townships are often required to 
expend large sums for roads and bridges, and if expended rightly It is money 
well invested. The law Bhould be amended so as to permit the issuing of 
bonds for both road and bridge purposes. The six years' limitation should also 
be removed. Under the existing law township bonds cannot be Issued for a 
longer period than six years. The time limit should be extended to ten or 
fifteen years. 

AMKNDMBNT TO SE3CTI0N SIX, ARTICLE BIGHT, OF THE CONSTITUTION. 

For the second time the proposed amendment to section 6, article 8 of 
the constitution, relating to the loaning of the permanent school and per- 
manent university fund, failed of adoption by the people. The proposed 
amendment simply provided that the permanent funds may be invested in 
the bonds of any county, school district, city, town or village of the state 
to the amount of fifteen per cent of the assessed valuation of the real prop- 
erty of the same (inclusive of the entire bonded indebtedness), and that a rate 
of Interest not less than three per cent. As the law now stands an amount 
not to exceed seven per cent of the valuation of real property can be loaned 
and at a rate of Interest not lower than four per cent. The amendment 
should again be re-enacted and submitted to the voters. It certainly ought 
to be adopted, as It is a meritorious measure. There can be no valid reason 
why our own citizens should not be permitted to borrow from the permanent 
funds at the same rate of Interest that those funds are Invested In the bonds 
of other states. Great care Is exercised In the mahlng of these loans. Every 
application Is closely scrutinized In this office, and also carefully examined 
by the Attorney General or one of bis able assistants. The state never has 
and never will lose a dollar, if due diligence Is exercised by the board of In- 
vestment and the officials whose duty It Is to attend to the collection of the 
principal and Interest as the same becomes due. Many cities, village and 
school districts are obliged to obtain loans from private parties at a high rate 
of Interest on account of the seven per cent limitation. 

THE BOAIID OP CONTROL. 

The Board of Control has relieved this office of a great deal of work as 
far as auditing the expense lists of the several state instituUons are con- 
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betveen this ofBce and the boards and ofQcere of several of the state instl- 
tutlona. Since the Board of Control assumed the management ot the state 
instltutlona we have not had tlie least trouble and have never felt called 
upon to dispute a single item of any expense list that has come to this oSlce 
from that board. 

In tbis connection It may not be out of place to remark that we feel a 
Justifiable pride In tbe great success achieved by the Board of Control during 
the first year of its existence. Never before In the history of the state has 
there been covered Into the treasury unexpended balances at tbe end of any 
fiscal year amounting to fl54,853.63, or anywhere approaching that sum. 
We are proud to know that a measure which was recommended, drafted and 
championed by this office has resulted bo advantageously to the state dur- 
ing the first year of Its operation. It would be presumptuous on my part 
to make any recommendations affecting the Board of Control or Its work, for 
the gentlemen who comprise that board have already made their report to 
the Governor, and a copy ot the same will undoubtedly be furnished every 
member of the legislature. The Board of Control Is bound to grow In pub- 
lic favor BO long as Its work is conducted along the lines laid down by Its 
charter members and Is kept free from political entanglements. 

WOLF BOUNTIES. 

The wolf bounty law should be repealed, or the legislature should appro- 
priate a sufficient amount to pay tbe state's share (2-3) ot the bounties. The 
legislature ot 1901 made no appropriation whatever for the payment of wolf 
bounties, and this office has refused to receive wolf bounty vouchers from 
the several County Auditors. Under the provisions of Chapter 32, General 
Laws of 1901, It would require an annual appropriation of at least |50,000 to 
pay the state's proportion of wolf bounties. 

AN UNCONaTITUTIONAL PROVISO. 

Section 12, Chapter 83, Qeneral Laws 1897, which provides tor the levy- 
ing of a tax by the State Auditor tor principal and Interest accruing on 
loans made from permanent school and university funds, fixes the amount 
that shall be levied at thirty per cent in excess of the actual amount neces- 
sary to pay such accruing principal or Interest Tbe provision of the sec- 
tion In question conflicts with section E, article 8 of the State Constitution, 
which proTldea that the tax so levied shall be fifty per cent In excess of the 
amount actually necessary to be raised on account of such accruing principal 
or Interest. 

DRAINAGE COMMISSION. 

Chapter 92, Qeneral Laws 1901, makes the State Auditor a member of 
the Drainage Commission of the State of Mttmesota, but the manifold other 
duties of this office have prevented me from attending more than one or two 
meetings of the commission. The State Auditor Is a member of too many 
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a personal examination ot the ditches campleied, or In course of conBtrucUon. 
The Oovernor will uodoubtedly have recommeDdationB to make In this con- 
nection. There 1b one suggestion I would offer, however, if any more ditches 
are to be constructed at the expense ot the state, the law should be bo amend- 
ed as to require that at least flftr per cent ot the lands to be benefited should 
be the property of the state, and such lands should be withheld from sale 
for a period ot two years from the date of the completion ot the ditch or 
ditches. In this way the Btat« would be amply repaid Ear Its outlay In the 
greatly enhanced value ot the lands benefited. The Btate owns thouBands 
ot acres of swamp land In the counties ot St. Louis, Itasca, Aitkin, Cass and 
Beltrami, now almost worthleBS, which properly constructed ditches would 
render valuable. 

NEW STATE CAPITOL. 

The records of this department show the following financial transac- 
tions with the Board ot State Capitol Commissioners. Under Section 7, 
Chapter 2, General Laws of 1893, provision Is made for the transfer of a sum 
equal to the proceeds of two-tenths (2-10) oE a mill upon the total taxable 
value at the state, beginning with the year ISSS, to provide funds tor the cost 
at erecting the State Capitol. By Chapter 232, General Laws 1899, the limita- 
tion ot the appropriation to a i»eiiod of ten years was repealed and the an- 
nual appropriation was extended until such time as the building is com- 
pleted. 

The following sums have been credited to the Board of Capitol Commis- 
sioners under that law; 

1895 ?127,783.20 

1896 138,250.00 

1897 112.789.13 

1898 114.120.00 

1899 116,850.00 

1900 117.016.66 

1901 117,603.32 

1902 120,196.12 

Total tor the eight fiscal years 1953,608.85 

Chapter 96. General Laws 1897, authorizes the iBsue ot certificates of 
indebtedness to an amount not to exceed lEOO.OOO, In anticipation of the 
amounts to be transferred from the state revenue fund, both the principal 
and Interest to be payable from the amounts so transferred, and f360,000 ot 
four per cent certificates were Issued under that law, of which $50,000 Is now 
outstanding. 

By Chapter 232, Qeneral Laws 1899, the commission was authorized to 
Issue certificates of Indebtedness up to the full limit of the remainder of the 
cost ot completion of the buliding, the principal to be paid from the amount 
credited to the Capitol Commission, and the interest to be paid from the gen- 
eral revenue fund. Under the last named act certificates of indebtedness 
drawing three per cent to the amount of (1,150,000 were Issued, and are now 
outstanding. The annual Interest to be charged on that amount 1b (34,500. 



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Tbere are thus (1,300.000 of certiflcatea of Indebtednsas to be met-from the 
amounta transferred Id accordance with Section T of Chapter 2, Oeneral 
Lawa 1SB3. 

The original cost of the building was limited to 12,000,000. By Chapter 
168, General Lawa 1901, the limit of cost of the new building with furniture 
and flitures waa raised to $3,000,000. Adding the outatandfng certificates of 
indebtedness ($1,200,000) and the amounts traasFerred on account of the 2-10 
mllla tax on the aseeased valuation (|953,60S.S5) we find that there has been 
a toUl sum of $2,153,608.85 credited to the Capitol Commission. Of that 
sum there remains In the etate treasury at this date an unexpended balance 
of about $100,000. 

Of the $1,200,000 of the certificates of Indebtedness outstanding, the per- 
manent school fund of the State of Minnesota holds $1,140,000. The cer- 
tificates are not a state obligation. An opinion to that effect was rendered 
by Attorney Oeneral Chjlds Nov, 2, 1887, He aald they were merely issued 
in advance of the collection of moneys from & tax levy firevloualy authorized 
by law. The moral obligation be refers to in his opinion is, however, euf- 
flciently binding to Insure their payment. 

DISTRIBUTION OF" PENALTIES AND INTEREST. 

Section 51, Chapter 2, Oeneral Laws of 1302 (extra session), prescribes 
a method for the distribution of penalties. Interest and costs on delinquent 
real property taxes that la too Intricate to be followed with any degree of 
accuracy without expending a great deal of work. It la the purpose of this 
section to give to tbe several funds of each municipality a portion of the 
penalties accruing on dellnauent taxes. The small sums Involved do not 
Justify the time required to make the distribution. The section should be 
amended ao that penalties may be credited to the county revenue fund tbe 
same as Interest and costs. 

LIMITATION OF BONDEnD INDBBTeDNBBB. 

A Bound flnanclai policy on the part of tbe various divisions of the state 
government, comprising townships, villages, cities and counties, would seem 
to demand that our laws be so amended or framed as to provide for a fixed 
limit of bonded Indebtedness in the case of each of such divisions. The only 
noticeable limitations now In existence are found In the special charters of 
certain cities. Practically the only reference to any limit for bonded Indebt- 
edness Is to be found In the general law which provides for the loaning of 
tbe permanent school and university fund — the maximum amount that can 
be loaned Is fixed at seven per cent of the assessed valuation of the real 
property. 

STATE DEBT. 

On Aug. 1, 1900, there were outstanding $1,279,000 of three and one-half 
per cent (SJ) funding bonds of 1891. From that date to this (Dec. 23, 1902) 
$220,000 of the bonds have been called in, paid and destroyed. At this date 



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tbere rei&alas |l,0£d,000 outatandlng, which repreeenU the state debt proper. 
The tax levy of two-tenths of one mill provided by law Ib ample to care for 
these bonds. 

ASSETS OP SUSPENDED BANKS. 

By Chapter 250, Oeneral Laws 1S99, the Governor, Attorney General and 
Auditor were authorized to purchase for the etate the personal and real 
property' In the hands of the assignees of the State Bank and the American 
Exchange Bank of Minneapolis. The transactions to date have heen as 
foHowe: 

Notes to the amount of fl32,539.SS were bid in for 15,000; Judgments 
for tlS7,104.17 bid In for fSSO, and several tracts of land appraised at |3S,- 
496, situated in South Dakota, Michigan, Wisconsin, and in Anoka and Mille 
Lacs counties. Minnesota, and city lots In Minneapolis were bid In for %16,- 
600, a total of 122,400. 

There has been realized to this date (Dec. 23, 1902) : 

On notes 15.963.96 

On JudgmenU . 3,382.11 

On real esWte 9,198.91 

Total $18,644.98 

Several good tracts of land are yet unsold, and it Is safe to reckon that 
410,000 more will be realised from the unsold real property, and a considera- 
ble sum should he collected on the remaining notes and Judgments. 



Notes to the amount of 125,323 and Judgments of 161,186 were bid In for 
|2,O04, from which $1,641.67 in cash haa been realized. One piece of im- 
proved real property In Minneapolis was bought for |2,500, and Is yet unsold, 
but win bring a good profit 



PUBLtSHINQ EXTRA SQSBION LAWS. 

The publication of laws in newspaper supplements. Immediately follow- 
ing the close of the session. Is a time honored and necessary practice, and the 
only means of acquainting the courts, county and other officers and the peo- 
ple with existing statutes, as the great majority of acts become effective 
upon their approval, and the bound volumes of laws are not available for 
several months after the legislature adjourns. It has been the custom to 
appropriate tor this purpose the sum of (40,000, and secure an official pub- 
lication of the laws In every legal newspaper in the state. 

This matter was not brought to the attention of the extra seaslon of 
1902 until the closing days, when a two-thirds vote of members was necea- 
sarr to pass the bill. Owing to the limited number of enactments, the bill 
called for f20,000, one-half the amount usually provided. While a large ma- 
jority of members supported the measure, It barely lacked the required two- 
tnirda vote. Owing to the Importance of taxation legislation and constitu- 



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tlonal amendments, it waa regarded as a matter of neceaalty that tbe enact- 
mente should be available to the people of the' state, and many publishers 
expressing a wUUngneBs to puhlish the laws and trust to remuneration by 
tbe next legialature, the plan waa endorsed by the Governor, Secretary of 
btate and State Auditor, each offlcial pledging bjs recommendation for reim- 
bursement by the legislature in an amount not exceeding that proposed in 
the bttl presented at the extra session. The laws were published in all the 
newspapers of the state; it was an imperative necessity that they should 
be published, and the publishers are fairly entitled to pay for their services 
of nearly one year ago, and I eameatly recommend an appropriation of f20,- 
000 for this purpose. 

PRINTING AND BINDING. 

The printing commission is composed of the Secretary of State, State 
Treasurer and State Auditor. The commission has endeavored to keep the 
cost of printing and binding within the appropriation, hut It waa clearly 
impoaaible to do so. The legislature will be called upon for a deficiency 
appropriation. The law relating to printing and binding could be Improved 
upon In many respects, but I do not care to particularize. A bill for a new 
law will probably be prepared by tbe commission and presented to the legis- 
lature for its consideration. Certainly the present law is (ar from eatlsfac- 
tory. 

At the beginning of the legislative seaalon In 1901 it was found necesaary 
to secure an additional appropriation of 125,000 to complete the work of the 
fiscal year. At a meeting of the appropriation committee it waa unanimously 
voted to guarantee such amount L^tar, estimates for printing for this bien- 
nial period were made by the department and expert printer, and the printing 
commlBHlon asked for |40,000 for the first year and (90,000 for the second or 
legialative year, or a total of (130,1)00 for the two years. The amount ap- 
propriated for both years was only 1110,000, and ot this amount f20,000 was 
made Immediately available to meet. the $25,000 deficiency which had been 
pledged by the appropriation committee, thUB reducing the funds available 
for 1902-3 to fSS.OOO. 

During tlie session of the legislature, laws were enacted largely increasing 
demands upon the printing commission, and for which do estimate had been 
made. Such legislation called for the printing of the annual reports of the 
Grand Army ot the Republic; the Mistorical Society publlCHiions; printing 
for the Bnard of Control and all Its institutions which formerly paid for their 
printing and binding from their own funds; also the primary election, requir- 
ing the aame amount of printing as the general election. Hesides the above 
mentioned Increase in printing expense, the extra session of the legislature 
added largely to the cost of stat^ printing. 

The aggregate cost of printing caused by new legislation, and beyond the 
estimates ot the commission, was nearly f2a,000, which, added to the 125,000 
deficiency of the previous biennial period, makea a total of nearly 150.000. 

The legialature of 1901 amended the law providing for publishing the legis- 
lative manual, by permanently increasing the edition from 10.000 to 20.000 
coplea, and providing that 9.500 copies be distributed to members and officers 



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of the leelslHture, and elgbt thousand copies to the public echoole of this state. 
This Increased expense, with all the new work provided by the 1901 Hesalon, 
becomes a permanent addition to the cost of state printing. 

The growth of the state naturally increases the work of all departmpnts, 
and during the past two years all have demanded and received more printing 
than during previous periods; meanwhile the contract prices have been 
Increased In proportion to the largely Increased valueB of printing stock and 
labor, aggregating an advance of from 16 to 25 per cent 

FOREST COHHISSIONBR. 

The law of 189G made the State Auditor Forest Commissioner, and author- 
leed him to appoint a Chief Fire Warden. Oen. C. C. Andrews was appointed 
as such Chief Fire Warden Immediately after the enactment of the law and 
has fllled the position In a Batlsfactory manner ever since. The other multi- 
tudinous duties devolving upon the State Auditor demanded about all his 
(line and attention, and General Andrews Is entitled to all the credit for the 
carrying out and enforcement of the provision ot Chapter 19G. General Law9 
1S9S. He has discharged the duties Imposed upon him in an intelligent and 
conscientious manner. The Chief Fire Warden ia of the opinion that the 
salary paid him, twelve hundred dollars per year, should be so increased as 
to more properly correspond to the dignity of the office and importance of thn 
service he renders the state. 

LOAN AND TRrST COMPANIES. 

The following loan and trust companies have on deposit lu this office first 
mortgage securities in amounts as stated below: 

The MlnnesoU Loan & Trust Company, Minneapolis |108,«OO.W 

The St. Paul Trust Company, St. Paul 100,058.«I> 

The Minnesota TKIe Insurance & Trust Co., Minneapolis 102,700.011 

The Minneapolis Trust Company, Minneapolis 103,786.00 

The St Paul Title ft Trust Co., St Paul I02.2OO.OO 

The Security Trust Co., St Paul 100.240.00 

SALES OP STATE LANDS. 

The land sales for the years 1901 and 1902 have been phenomenally large 
and the prices realized by the state have been far In exce^a of the average. 
in 1901, in compliance with the insistent demand of the former lessees and 
occupants thereof, the 6,395 acres ot public buildings lands situated In Kandi- 
yohi county were offered for sale and realized the handsome sum of 1125,482.50, 
an average of (19.62 per acre; with one or two exceptions these lands were 
sold to the persons who had occupied them under the old system of leasing, 
and these settlers thus became the beneflciaries of their own Improvements. 

Following this sale, a series of sales in the Red River Valley and north- 
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InBux of homeaeekera, and upwards of 100,000 arica were sold at au average 
price of t9.82 per acre, being an Incresiae oC K.5i per acre over the average 
price obtained for forty yeais past. Again In the fall of 1902 a Berles of sales 
was held, covering the north-central and north-eastern counties, l)eing the 
least developed and wildest portion of the state, and with gratifying results. 
About one hundred thousand acres were sold for an average price of |6.4S, 
this price being 24 cents in excess of the average lor the past forty years. 
When It ta stated that former sales included the choicest lands in southern 
and central Minnesota, and that this 1902 sale Included only lands In the mofit 
rugged and InaccesHlble districts, the price obtained may he considered re- 
markably good. 

Much more land could have been sold, as the demand was far from satis- 
fled, but tbe law places a limit upon the amount of scbool land which may be 
sold in any one year, restricting the sale to 100.000 acres, and It was not 
deemed advisable to offer other claeaes of land than school land for sale 
separately. 

By the two laud sales of 1901 and 1902 a million and a half dollars were 
added to the permanent school fund. For the lands so sold 6,500 land certifi- 
cates were Issued to the purchasers, Increasing the number of outstanding cer- 
tificates to 60,000. These certificates cover approximately four million acres 
of land, and under the present law tbey yield the state four per cent Interest 
per annum on the S5 per cent of the principal which remains unpaid. 

Prior to July 31, 1900, this ofOce bad made and Issued 11,789 state land 
patents and during 1901 and 1902 this number was Increased to 14,313. This 
means that during those two years, between four and five patents were Issued 
each day, and when It Is considered that when a patent is Issued the whole 
account of the certificate owner has to be adjusted and the title carefully 
examined, outside ot the necessary clerical work of Issuing, recording, etc., it 
will be recognized that the work involved Is very great. This, taken with the 
large Increase of work thrown upon the land department by the rapid and 
enormous growth of its business during the past eight years, has severely 
taxed the ability of the limited force of the land office to perform. 

The state has received under its school land grant 2.708,094.13 acres of 
scbool land and will ultimately receive about 3,000,000 acres. To the end of 
the last fiscal year. 1.725.770.53 acres had been appraised and sold leaving 
982,323.60 acres unsold and about 300,000 yet to be received, making a total of 
about a million and a quarter acres of school land yet undisposed ot. the 
value of which will probably be not less than (8,000.000 exclusive Of mineral 
and timber. 

THE PERMANENT SCIIOOI, FUND. 

At the close of of the fiscal year the permanent school fund amounted to 
(14,316.389.06. and if the proceeds of the fall land and timber sales are added 
to this the grand total of the fund at the close of the calendar year of 1902 will 
be not less than fifteen and a half million dollars. If the valu^ of tbe unsold 
school lands Is estimated at (8,000,000. the future sales ot timber at f2,000,OOU 
and the revenue from mineral lands at f6. 000.000, which are conservative 
estimates, the scbool fund will reach over (30,000,000. 



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During tbe past eight years the accretiOBB tu the permanent school fund 
have amounted to 13,604,269.46, and witb the addition of the proceeds ot the 
land and timber sales of the fall ot 1902. the increase since Jan. 1. 1S96, 
reaches f4,SO0,OO0. At the close ot the fiscal year ending July 31. 1S94, the 
total ot the fund was 110,712, 119.60 and on July 31, 1902, It was, as stated 
above, (14.316.389.06. 

PERMANENT UNIVERSITY FUND. 

This fund, while Its proportions are not so great aa those of our magnifi- 
cent school fund, shows an increase o( 1299,968.50 during the past eight years. 
On July 31, 1894, the permanent university fund amounted to $1,034,067.05, and 
on July 31, 1902, It was (1,334.035.55. A portion of the university lands are 
situated within the iron ore belts and It la reasonable to expect that the fund 
will be swelled to much larger proportions by the revenue from royalties on 
Iron ore, 

RATE Ot' INTEREST ON LAND CERTIFICATES, 

By Chapter 91 of the General Laws of 1901 the legislature reduced the 
rate of Interest on state land certlQcatea from five to four per cent, condl- 
tlontilly on the certlBcate owner allowing the principal to remain unpaid 
for ten years ^fter the date of the act, or In the case of future sales for ten 
years after the date of Issue of the certificate. This condition, which Is 
similar to the condition embodied In Chapter 195 of the General Laws of 
1885, wheji the rate of interest was reduced from seven to five per cent, pro- 
vided the principal remained unpaid for fifteen years. Is open to the same 
objection as waa the provision of 1885. The 1885 provision was repealed In 
1893 for the reason that it discriminated against some certificate owners 
and in favor of others, and led to numerous Irritating complications. The 
same objections may now be raised to the provision of the 1901 law, and It 
would be wisdom on the part of the legislature to so amend Chapter 91 of 
the General I^ws of 1901 as to remove the restriction regarding the pay- 
ment of principal. This could be done by striking out the proviso In Section 
1 of the act The act is printed In full below, and that part of It which might 
be eliminated without detriment to the Interests of the state and for the 
benefit of the certificate owners, as welt as to facilitate the business of this 
office, is embraced In bracketa. 

CHAPTER 01— H. F. NO. STiO. 

AN ACT R*8Ulnting Ihe Rate ot Interest upnn Contracts ArlBtng from the Sale of 

Lands BelonslrK to the State of Minnesota. 
Bp it enacleil by the Irfglalature of the State of Mlnncaotn: 

Section 1. The rate of inlpreat hereafter lo bt charged by the Stale of Minne- 
sota to purchasers of public lands sold by said stnte upon deferred payments shall 
be tour {4) per cent per annum, and the rate of Interest on all outstanding contracts 
or certificates heretofoi-e made or issued by said stat.? In Ihi- sellingr of Us said lands 
Is hereby redueed to four (4) per cent per annum upon all sums now remaining 
unpaid. [Provided, that If any payment on the principal ot any contract now out- 
standing shall be made before the same becomes due and written ten (10> years 
after the passage of this act, the Interest on such payment shall Ije ftve O) per cent 



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per annum from the date at which ihe Interest had been fully paid at the rate at 
Ave (,■>) per cent to the time when auch payment on the principal shall have teen 
made. If any payment on the prlnclpxl of any contract of sale hereafter made shall 
be made mthin ten <10) yeara after the date of such contract, the Interest on auch 
paymeDt shall be Ave (5) per cent from the date Of such contract Co the time wbeQ 
Buch payment shall have been made.] 

Sec, 2. This act shall take elTect and be In force from and after the flrsl day of 
June, one thousand nine hundred and one (1001). 

Approved March 27, 1001. 

INDEMNITY SCHOOL LANDS. 

The queBtlon of securing Indemnity tor acbool landfl In Sections 16 and 
36, loBt by reaeoQ of Indian reaervatlons, has received close attention during 
the past two years. The work of aeiectlon was unfortunately delayed, owing 
to the difficulty In securing a determination of the state's claim to the school 
sections In the Red Lake reservation, but as soon as the United States Su- 
preme Court gave Its decision, which 1 regret lo say was adverse to the state, 
the work of selecting lands in lieu ol those lost was rapidly pushed. 

The total deflcieocles caused by the Indian reservations la shown as 
nearly as possible by the table following the text of this report. It is not 
possible at this time to give the exact acreage, as the survey of a number 
of the townships has not been completed by the United States, and (or other 
townships that are surveyed the plats have not been approved and filed by 
the general land office, and. until they are, It is not possible to establish a 
basis for the selection of lieu lands tor these unsurveyed townships. 

Selections tor all the deflciencles In the Red Lake reservation, except 
tor the unsurveyed townships, have been made by the state, the total acreage 
80 selected being 139.265.71. and 5,469.43 acres were also selected for de- 
AciencleB caused by the Fond du Lac reserve, making the total indemnity 
Bcbool land selections during the past two years 144,735.14. This leaves 
144,802 acres yet to be selected on account of losses by Indian reservations. 

The grand total of Indemnity school land selections made by the state 
on all accounts is 379,735 acres, and the grand total of the deficiencies is 
526, 33 S acres. 

The Importance of the state securing the right to make Indemnity selec- 
tions as soon as the United States survey In the field Is made and without 
the state being compelled to wait tor the approval and filing of the govern- 
ment plat led me to attempt to secure, through congress, the passage of a 
resolution giving to the state the right to make Its selections as soon as the 
survey in the field is completed. The Secretary ot the Interior and the Com- 
missioner of the General Land Office reported favorably upon the proposi- 
tion, and the United States senate passed the resolution, but, owing to the 
pre-occupatlon. or some other cause, of our particular congressman who had 
chaise of the resolution In the house of representatives, It was not called 
up tor passage, and died with the end of the session. Since then. In order 
to secure something near the quantity of lieu land to which the state is en- 
titled, T have been compelled to make selections In the townships, the plats 
tor which have been already approved and filed, and have been debarred 
from selecting in the newly surveyed townships where the lands have not 
been picked over tor years by homesteaders and scrlppers. 



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ATTOHNEYS PEEB IN RED LAKE RESERVATION SCHOOL SECTION CASEB. 

In attempttDg lo Kecure for the state sections 16 and 30 In the Ked' Lake 
and other Indian reserratlona, by and with the cousent of the Attorney Gene- 
ral, the law arm of Davis, Kellogg & Severance and ez-Attomey General 
Childs were employed to prosecute the state's (jlolms. The Tornier llrm was re- 
tained maliity because of the fainlliBrlty of the late Senator Davis with every 
aspect of the case, and ex-Attorney General Childs was retained for the 
same reason. The case wus argued before the land department and Secre- 
tary of the Interior, and the Secretary having decided against the state, an 
appeal was taken to the United States Supreme Court. But before the appeal 
could be perfected It became necessary to secure legislation by Congress. 
The litigation was costly, tedious and vexatious, and although the diecislon 
of the court of last resort was against the state, the right of the state to Hen 
lands for the sections lost by the reservations was established. Had the de- 
cision been lu favor of the state the school fund would have been enriched to 
the exient of at least $1,500,000. The large interests Involved Justified the 
employment of eminent counsel to asaiet the Attorney General; more especial- 
ly In view of the fact that proceedings to obtain title to the disputed sections 
had heen Inaugurated hy this office long before the present Attorney General 
entered upon the duties of his office. It Is to be regretted that the state lost 
the valuable timber and agricultural sections in the Indian reservations, but 
It waa through no fault of this office or the counsel representing the state 
that the outcome was unfavorable to the state. But, as already remarked, 
the decision of Ihe Supreme Court clearly established the fact that the state 
was entitled to lieu lands, which of Itself was a matter of great Importance 
to the state. The counsel employed by the state have not been paid for theit 
services, save for actual expenses Incurred. The legislature should, and Is 
in honor bound to, appropriate a sum sufficient to pay the .bills of counsel 
which are on file In this office. 

THE STATE'S SWAMP L^ND GRANT. 

Under the act of Congress of March 12, 1860, granting all the swamp 
lands within Its boundaries to the State of Minnesoiii. tbe state has selected 
5,107,121.35 acres. Of this amount 3,879,129.76 have been jwtented by the 
Uulted States to the state; for 81.G66.24 acres the stale's selecllon has been 
approved, but patent has not yet Issued, and 1,146.326.35 acres have been lost 
to the state, either by settlement, contests, prior dls|K>HLtion by tbe United 
Stales, through conflict with the grant limits of rnllroads or by the stite's 
claim being rejected by the general land office on th? ground that the land 
was not sufficiently swampy to come within Ihe grant. 

Of the 3.870.12!).70 acres for which tbe state has received pntent, 2,892,921 
acres has been granted by the slate legislature at dllTcrent times to aid the 
construction of railroads, leaving to tbe stale 076.208,76 acres which la abso- 
lutely free from all claims, and the proceeds of which, when sold, will be 
added to the permanent school and state Institutions funds. 

It may reasonably be expecte<l that the state will receive about four 
hundred thousand (400,000) acres of swamp land in addition to the above. In 



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tbe townslilps where the government anirey has not b«en completed or Is 
not yet made. The value of the atate swamp lands Is Increasing every year, 
and a conaervatlve estimate would place their ultimate total value at $7,000,- 
000. exclusive of the mineral. 

In this connection 'attention should be draw-n to the excellent eerrlee ren- 
dered the state by the Hon. T. E.- Byrnes, wlio, as special counsel, has prose- 
cuted tbe state's claims tiefore the Secretary of the Interior and in the general 
land office. Through his cftorts and hy means of the special knowledge be 
posscBEes in these matters, the state's claims for land aggregating In valub 
several hundred thousand dollars have been brought to a successful termina- 
tion, and in many cases where delay In action by the general land office and 
Interior department would bare entailed great loss to tbe state, Mr. Byrnes 
bas succeeded in securing immediate consideration and prompt disposition of 
state claims. 

SWAiMiP LAND GRANTS TO RAIUIOADS. 

With the exception of the Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company's 
giant, all the railroad swamp land grants have been Sited and adjusted. 
Some slight deficiencies, due to tbe failure of tbe state's title (and other 
causes), to a few tracts of land have been disclosed during the past two 
years by a close final examination of the records, and tbese have been ad- 
justed by securing reiingulahments of the tracts from the companies affected 
and giving them other tracts in lieu of those lost to compensate them and to 
balance the grants. A part of the deficiency above mentioned was due to 
the overflow of lands adjacent to the United States reservoirs and the con- 
demnation thereof by the United States. 

DULUTH & IRON RANGE RAILROAD COMPANY. 

The status of the swamp land grant of this company was determined by 
the decree of Judge Lochren, of the United States Circuit Court, given Jan. 
8, liKK), In which the validity of the grant was affirmed, and the grantee was 
given unlimited time In which to fill Its grant. Attached lo this decree was 
a list of lands embracing 89,073.87 acres, ilie title to which was decreed to 
rest Id the grantee. 

It was not until almost six months after the decree had been filed, and 
long after tbe time for appeal had expired, that I learned of the existence of 
such a list and of its being attached thereto, and that this lisl, through some 
inadvertence, contained 44,664.10 acres of slate Institutions lands, Including 
several very valuable tracts of mineral land. I at once caused' proceedings 
looking towards the amendment of Judge Lochreii's decree to be instituted. In 
order to clear the state's title to its ststo Institutions lands, and on Feb. 10, 
1002. the original decree was amended and the court decreed the 44,644,16 
acres in question to be the property of the State of Minnesota. 

In this matter it Is simple fairness to state that Mr. Prank B. Ketlo^. 
the attorney for the Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Company, gave all the 
assistance in his power to aid in correcting the error. If it had been neces- 



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eary for the state to commence litigation to recover theap landa, the process 
would have been long and tedious and the outcome doubtful. 

It Is also gratifring to have to state that this company has agreed to ex- 
ercise the utmost dtligence in niling Its graut. and' will do so within a rea- 
sonable time, the amended decree requiring the company to make Its selec- 
tions within sis months after survey of the lands b7 the United States. Of 
the 606,720 acres to wlilch It is cutlllod. 20J,7«9.82 acres were conveyed to It 
by the state prior to March 24. 1885, and a further amount of 188,587.86 acres 
was conveyed to it on April JO, 1002, leaving 210,342.32 acres yet to be deed- 
ed to the company. 

LITTLB PALLa & DAKOTA RAIIJIOAD CO. 

As stated in my report for 1800-1900, and In previous reports, the state 
disputed the claim of this company to 100,368 acres of swamp land tor the 
construction of 27 7/10 miles of Its road, on tlie ground that the granting act 
required that a complete division of 30 miles shall be constructed; otherwise 
the grant did not attach, A suit was actually corameuced by tbe state to 
recover 12,745.75 acres of land previously conveyed by the state In error to 
the grantee on account of this last uncompleted' division of railroad. The 
result of tbe litigation, in view of the proverbial uncertainties of the law, 
could cot be predicted, and it was a satisfactory termination of the dispute 
when tlie grantee made a proposition for a compromise, and agreed to accept 
one-third of the lands It claimed In complete sattsfiictlon of its grant. With 
this end In view, llie legislature was a>iked to pass an net awarding to the 
grantee 3r),4.T« acres of the 100,308 acres it orlBlnally claimed, nnd by chapter 
193, of the General Laws of 1901, the legislature approved the compromise. 

By this settlemetit the state became the richer by 70,012 acres of swamp 
land worth not less than 1400.000, which, bnt for the action taken as above 
stated, would have 1)eeu conveyed by the state to the grantee in due course. 
In accordance with the terms of the couipromise, the company was given all 
the lands which It had selected and had placed under contracts of sale or bad 
actually conveyed to purchasers, and the remainder of the lands to which the 
company was entitled under the settlement were, as directed by tbe legisla- 
ture, fairly selected by me for the company. 

MINNEAPOLIS & ST. CLOL'D RAILWAY COMPANY. 

This railroad, which Is a [>nrt of the Great Northern Riiitway system, re- 
ceived a grant of swamp lands from tbe slate legislature, and In 1894 the 
then State Auditor attempted to fill the grant by selecting and causing to be 
eNecuted a deed to the company for 271,000 acres of swamp land. This deed 
the grantee refused to accept, claiming the right to make Its own selections 
In Its own time. Tlie result was that these 271,000 acres be<-ame a sort of 
no-man's land, the prey of limber thieves and tresiMissers of all sorts, and' 
being unproductive of taxes or any revenue, were a loss and a detriment to 
every county In the Htate in which any of the land wa."" situated. This de- 
partment has succeeded, during the past two years. In making an amicable 



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KTTangement whereby the Gr«at Northern Bailway Company agreed to ac- 
cept what was ivactlcally the deed' of ISSM, with the elceptlon of the change 
of a few acres neceasary to the adjustment o! the grant. A new deed was 
prepared by this office, being In every respect a duplicate of the 1894 deed, 
with the exception above noted, and this deed was executed by ihe Governor, 
recorded In the state land office, and delivered to and accpted by the com- 
pany, thus terminating one of the most serious and Irritating Incidents con- 
nected with the swamp land grants to railroads. This large Iwdy of lands 
Is now on the tax rolls of the different counties, and mocb of the land has 
been disposed of to settlers and Is being rapidly Improved and made produc- 
tive, 

HASTINGS & DAKOTA RAILROAD COMPANY. 

By an act of congress approved July 4, 1866, the United States granted 
to the State of Minnesota ten sections of land per mile to aid In the construc- 
tion of a railroad from Hastings to the western boundary of the state, with 
Indletnnlty limits to supply losses by settlement, etc., of twenty miles on each 
side of said line. This line of railroad was actually constructed from Hast- 
ings to Ortonvllle, a distance of about 202 miles, which would entitle the 
company to 1.280,000 acres of laud, approximately. Up to April 17, 1896, 
there had been conveyed by the state to tbls company 354.861.37 acres. By 
an act of the legislature approved April 18. 18t)G (chapter 165, General Laws 
of 1896), an attempt wns made to forfeit tlils land grant, and the Governor 
was directed to execute a relinquishment to the United States of all claims 
for lands under this grant, and the act further prohibited further convey- 
ances of land to the company The Governor obeyed the directions of the 
legislature, but the Secretary of the Interior declined to receive or accept 
the state's relinquishment and denied the right or power of the legislature to 
forfeit the grant. Since that time the United States has certified' to the state 
under this grant 26,103.1)8 acres. Included In Hustings & Daltota lists 9 to 19 
Inclusive, but we have declined to certify any deeds for these lands to the 
Governor for execntlon, and no lands have been conveyed to the company 
since the passiige of the act of April 17, 1805. 

The attention of the legislature Is drawn to this matter. The situation, 
as to the title of the lands covered by this grant, is badly complicated, and 
the Interests of all parties concerned are injuriously affected. A consldernble 
portion of the unconveyed lands are actually occupied by settlers who are 
unable to acquire title to their homes, either through Ihe United States or 
the railroad company. Transfers of these lands cannot be effi'iti'd by reason 
of defective record title, and there Is no way of rellevinji: di'- di'adlocb. In 
the Interest of all conceruetl. some legislation should be si'iured which will 
make conveyances of ihese Iniids puMsilile and enable ilii- owners of the lands 
to perfect their titles. 

MINERAL L,.\ND3. 

The state Is only Just commencing to reiillTe upon its mineral lands, and 
with further development the state lands situated In the Iron ranges will 



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prove a greater source of revenue and wilt ultlmetel]r add a larger amount of 
money to tbe permanent school and Btate inatltutions funds than tbe timber 
lands, and will almost equal tbe amount derived from tbe Bale of agrlcultoral 
lands. The state has adopted a system of leasing its Iron lands for a term 
of years to prospec-torB and miners, and a royalty of 25 cents per ton Is Im- 
posed on all Iron ore mined and sblpped from state lands. To July 31, 1003, 
only two large Iron mines had been developed by the state's lessees, one of 
these being the famous Oliver mine, situated In section S, township G8, range 
17, and tbe other, the Mlnnewas mine, on neighboring land. But little ore has 
been taken out of tbe Ulnnewas, which Is a ''deep" mine, the larger part of 
tbe shipments coming from the Oliver. The state has received In royalty on 
Iron ore actually shipped, to tbe end of the fiscal year, a total sum of f33E,- 
119.02, and by annual payments on mining contracts, payments for prospect- 
ing lenses and as royalty on a minimum output of 5,000 tons per year, tbe fur- 
ther sum of $212,515.75 has been turned Into the state treasury, making a 
total of $544,634.77. 

Ihiring the past two years three new mines have been developed on state 
lands, two of which are on tbe state iustltutious lands which were Included 
In a decree of the federal courts and the title by error vested In tbe Dulutb 
& Iron Range Railroad Company, but which tbis department sncceeded In 
seairing again for the state by abtainlng an amended decree from tbe court 
In question. These two mines are situated near HIbbing, and extensive drill- 
ing and exploration by the state's lessees has shown that (here is from ten 
to twelve million tons of Iron ore of an excellent quality on each property. 
If tn-enty million tons Is ultimately mined on these lands, the state will be 
five million dollars the richer. The third mine referred to is on school land 
situated In section 20, township 58, range 19, and during tbe past three 
months tbe shipment of ore has actually commenced, and It Is expected that 
the royalty will be not far from half a million dollars from the output of 
this ml no. 

To July 31. 1902, there bad been 3,272 prospecting leases Issued, of which 
262 were In force, and there had been 550 mining contracts Issued, of which 
211 were In force. The loUl receipts for the two years ending on that date 
were f27,223.00. showing a substantial Increase over the past ten years. Al- 
most every tract of state land situated within the known area of the BO-caIle4 
iron belt. especLilly on the Mesaba range. 1b unrt-^r Icjisc, and tbe delinquen- 
cies in paymt'Uls are practically nil, so that there are but few lapses or can- 
■ce lint ions. 

Judging by experience, the mineral laws, as they now stand, are satis- 
factory. The system of leasing works well at present, and the reasonable 
royalty of 25 cents per ton, while yielding a handsome revenue to the state. 
Is not so onerous as to act as a check upon development or to debar the enter- 
prise of tbe state's lessees. Proposed cbangcs In the present laws should 
receive careful scrutiny and be given deep consideration, and tbe origin of 
snEgested "Improvements" should be investigated. 

The only change that may be recommended is. that provision should be 
made for a closer Inspection of the output of the Iron mines situated on state 
lands. In view of the probably large Increase in the near future. It will be 
only fair to the state, and no doubt would be more natlsfactory to tbe lessees. 



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If the output from It^ mlnea was carefully checkod by the state and the 
mines themaelves inspected from time to time, ao as to prevent waste or 
damage. 

TIHBBH STUMPAQE. 

Total amount collected for timber stumpage from Jan. 1, 1864, 

to Jan. 1, 1895 $1,840,991.94 

Total amount collected for stumpage from Jan. 1, 1895 to Aug. 
1, 1902: 

Sold per thousand feet, to scale $1,S»,009.88 

Cash aalea 112.032.76 

624 cases of trespass 160.9&8.61 

Total amount collected since Jan. 1, 1895 $1^7,001^ 

Grand total collected since Jan. 1. 1804 $3,377,993.18 

Average price per tbousand feet sold prior to 189& f 1.81 

Average price per thooBaJid feet, sales of 189S 2.52 

Average price per thousand feet, sales of 1867. , 2.54 

Average price per thousand feet, sales of ISOB 2.91 

Average price per thousand feet, gales of 1900. 5.49 

Average price per thousand feet, sales of 1901 5.84 

Average price per thousand! feet, sales of 1902 8.30 

In addition to the above collections there remains uncut on outstanding 
permits, sold during the years 1900, 1901 and 1902, about 110,000,000 feet, 
from which the state will realize about $750,000. bringing the total amount of 
collections for timber sold during the last elffht years to more' than two and 
one-quarter million dollars. 

No sales were held In 1896 or 1899. In 1896 collections for prior sales 
came In so slowly that It did not seem advisable to make new sales until the 
old stumpage accounts were paid. In 1809 we came to the concluaion that 
the market showed signs of better values, and the sale In 1900 confirmed It. 

Upon the 204 tracts sold dunng the past eight years, the state's land ex- 
aminers estimated 180,000.000 feet. The Surveyor General's report of tim- 
ber cut from the same tracts foots up 210,742.000 feet, an overrun of ab«ut 10 
per cent, perhaps as close aa any conservative estimator can come to the 
actual amouut. 

Lumbermen all agree that, during the Iset three or four seasons, the state 
has received a higher price for its timber than the same class In quantity 
or quality has brought to private sellers. It should' also be considered that 
the state's holdings of pine are scattered throu.ehout oearly every township in 
northern Minnesota, and that 22 per cent of the tracts sold were second cut- 
tings, while private holdings were practically untouched and la compact 
bodies, which greatly adds to Its value. 

During every year more or less trespass Is committed on state Isods. I 
know of no way by which It can be prevented, unless the state maintains an 



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armj- ot men in Ibe flelil. The 024 casva menlloned above, resulting: In tbe 
collec-tlon of $1119,!»58.61, proves that the Bttite's cntieera have not been asleep. 
I can only add that had tbe state cruisers been less active and alert, we would 
not have sui.cecded In collecting ibis aniount. Ouly a few thousand dollars 
of tresiMiss claims Ti:n]aln unpaid jt the present time, and there are practi- 
cally no unpaid stuuipage drafts. 

CONCLUSION. 

In conclusion, gentlemen of the legislature, for tbe paHt eight years I have 
served tbe tJiate of Minnesota as chief of the moat Important of tbe executive 
departmenls of tbe state goverument, and have conscientiously endeavored 
to discbarge the duties imposed upon me to tbe best of my ability. How well 
I have succeeded. let the records of the office say. Every book and record of 
this office lias always beeu open to iiiR]>ectlon, Information concerning any 
official transaction has. during my term of office, been fully and freely Im- 
liurted to whoever desired tbe same. I do not pretend to say that the ad- 
ministration of this office has bi'eu faultless, but it is hoped (hat the results 
will prove satisfactory to the people of the state. 

Dec. 23, liKG. Tl. 0. D. 



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SUMMARY OF LOSSES AND INDEMNITY OF SCHOOL LANDS IN 
INDIAN RESERVATIONS IN MINNE:30TA. 



^-" «»"'""•" 


tallied In' 
Ap«m. HdCa. 


Acrw. HdtH. 
12,820.00 


Amoantot 

Selected aa 
Indemnity. 


Acres 
and ^t ret 


IS £S:^S^M.i::::::;- :::::: 


5 «,876.28 


18II.3SS.T1 








IM.OOO.M 
lD.S8H.ffi 

liisooo 


is.aeo.oo 


44,875.28 

MS 




































CblppewB BeBervation, total acr™. . 


4T,0U.S0 




47,0H.S0 










iio.oo' 
















8».00 


144.802.86 
















IW.OO 








Grand totals. BCTfi 


1B,88T.00 


144,78fi.l4 



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PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND, JULY 31. 1002. 



Sales of pine timber 

Mineral leases and cantracle.. 

Royalty on Iron ore 

Fronts on sales of bonds 



I, right of way, t 



ment land coniractai 

Alabama Consols., A, 6 per 



udinK il.S3ii.e20A4 transferrtd 



Alabama Consols.. R. S p?r c< 
Alflbama ConBOlE.. C. 4 per ci 
Alabama Funding, 4 per ctn 

Delaware. S per cent 

Massachusetts. SKI, per cent. 
Massachueetta. 3 per cent. . . 
Minnesota Capitols, 



. (10.640. 320. 2:^ 

1«U,7TU.«S 
■A94B.«WJ,«T 
14S.T18.2& 

■iXi.nv.ta 
sei.oeu.M 

tl4,316.38B.(ie 

«S«»,»«.41 
fi.WKI,8T3.42 

4M.U0U.U) 

M.OOOOO 
1B,I>(IO.OO 
14U,75a.U0 



Louisiana. 4 per cent 

Tenneaaee, 4^4 per cent. . 

Utah, 3M per cent 

Virginia. 3 per cent 

Minnesota. Funding, ^ pi 



2TU.IKIO.0( 

lOU.UUU.VC 

l,4S1.4a0.0C 



. (14,316.389.00 



PERMANENT UNIVERSITY FUND. JULY 31. 1002. 

Accumulations— 

Sales of lands (806,088.4; 

Amount paid on forfeitures, right o( way, etc 14,744.41 

Sales of pine timber 46»,87«.7] 

Mineral leases and contracts 35,iaO.K 

Transfer from State Institutions Fund 7,aKi.7; 

Transfer from Internal Improvement Land Fund l.W.O* 

ProlltB on sales of bonds HWI.OC 

11,334.035.51 

Investments- 
Cash in treasury (50.287.41 

Land contracia (Including (fifi.T83.48 transferred Internal Improve- 
ment land contracts) 381,503.ffl 

Ennda as followa: 

Alabama Consols., A, 5 per cent 42.800.(K 

Delaware, 3 per cent 131,000.0( 

Maseachusetta, 8 per cent. (W.OOO.OC 

Minnesota Funding. 3«i per cent 2M.000.0C 

Minnesota Villages, 4 per cent 4S.700,nC 

Virginia, a per cent . . .I'W'.'.'.'.'M'. [['.]'.['.'.'.'. '.\'.'.l'.l\' '.]'.]'.']]'.]]] . 2aT!24.V0B 

Experimental Farm B.600.0C 



11,3; 



1,0.35.5.-1 



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INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LAND FUND, JULY 31, 1902. 

ccuRi ulat Ions — 
Sales of land (iDcludlnB- amount of transfers to sctiool and univer- 
sity) W.UHl.i'^.SS 

Amount paid on forfeltsd land resold l!0,03T.2l 

Sale of pine timber 113,(5Ki.S4 

Right o( way and forlellures WK.44 

Mineral leasee and contracts fJOO.W 

^,616.990.37 

" Caah ..'. I1T.(«7.24 

Land contracts HH.0T6.B8 

2n M Louisiana 1 per cent bonds S3,000.00 

I Virginia 8 per cent bojids B2,0fl3.7B 

---J adjustment bonds destroyed 2,533.000.00 

t2.8ie.Bea.3T 



STATE INSTITUTIONS LAND FUND, JULY 31, 1902. 

Sales of lands (Io2,MI..^i 

Amount paid on forfeitures 45. Si 

Amount paid on right of w.iy 4fle.3i 

Sales of pine timber, 117.874.41 

Mineral leases and contracts 2T.oaT.2; 



Cash »44,411.0i 

Land contracts ". Iie,6l4,0f 

100 M Vlrtrlnla 8 per cent bonils 9e,B80.0( 

3S M Louisiana 4 per cent bonds 38,000,0C 



SWAMP LAND FUND, JULY 81, 1002, 

Accumulations— 

Rtpht of way over stale lands M,9W.95 

Bsres of pine timber 38.188.96 

Mineral leases 187.50 

139,301.41 
Investments— 

Cash In treasury (39,301.41 



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STATEMENT OF THE APPRAISAL AND 8A1.E OF iiCHOOL LANDS. 



COUKTIW. 


Kumberof 
Acres 


Nomborof 
Cnwld. 


Unsold. 


Humberof 
In PUoe. 


N ma tier of 
Lands, 


Total 

Lands in 

Connty, 




M.237.ST 

ti.B4Z.»t 
7,M9.« 

£0.086.03 
13,tSTM 


Ta,BlH,52 

Sl.OOo^Sf 
OS.4BJ.03 

«=o.oi) 

211 ,»( 


U3e,e3T,Mi «a,T8i,oi 

3.400.001 J8.(WS.26 


80 000 19 








i,22B.'8S 

i,2Sfl.e: 






327.488,15 


•a8,ia 

is 

10,883 

BO.oas 

11,730 
•49,280 
20.402 
14.807 
40,293 
*49,T2» 

21.111 
21,34< 

22;28l 

30!241 

loiwi 
isItti 


ou 

3fl 

» 

K 
K 

S 

S! 

M 

oc 

0< 

zs 

? 

w 

2( 

i 




















Bn>«D 


-iVi- 


" isn,3s2.'}M 


1.680,00 


mmsIb 










«,1T2,06 


2OT,870.2S 


6.6»s!43 

3!b89:6S 
B2S,B7 
1,802,39 










820,00 


4,Be6,od 










io.2is.02 


201,226,10 








Craw Wing 


U.44I).<H 

at.2as.ta 

2fl.lK!.4( 

2s198i!di 

2!.2-tt.90 
20,838,83 
14.68B.6(> 

1S.806.SH 

n'.tm'.n 
i5!iW2'«: 

iSI 

lisTro: 
zs'eoo'.oi 

a8.us.M 

IS. 028.81 
23,9H.03 
71,485,eB 
SS,P3e.23 

4:i>D3-Il 

2T,I«5;41 

IBillGiw 
lfl.T8n.no 
3a.exsi.li 
e.43T,ei 
u,eT5,w 

2l!4SE'fl: 




J6, 783.ee 












1,8B3,« 










62.21 


'Si 














i.498,6« 












STS.H 

I.38S!4t 
IM. 680.80 


wMseo 








88. OJ 






8-'^ 3»j .^■■^ 












is 


2E«,30 






8.2S8.21 


82.982,10 






'2.52a,"40 






Ifl.l4e,62 

■""«i.e88.40 




















20,34; 
20,441 
38,981 

»:«» 

24. IIS 
14, OSS 






2,Te8:« 
icoitIm 

24.S8S.39 




'iiio'oo 

27.087,20 

■floi.M 

83,107.34 
148.010,34 


2!02fl!71 

Z.a4s!B( 
2,446.8( 




\^:^^ 


32. 181.93 
































^'■■im:« 




























23.040 








A,148an 

40,4M.?« 

tsn.M 
B.n:ii,64 




2.681,01 
110.40 

i.fuo.ix. 
'iioioo 






"tssj as 




ISr.".;;.:.;.:::.::: 


S-;!!K 






2J.«1 














80,831.801 •24.900 












ss.wx 






.■!8,on 


210.00 










44.038,72 
204.541,7.! 




3,MB,B3 




i^,r" 


1.022.768,881 •198,378 
808.761 12080 
4.73O,E0 13.22( 


214,0t9.«T 



















.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. S 

8TATBMENT OF THE APPRAISAL AND BALE OF SOHOOL LANDS. 



Appraiaed 
aid Sold. 



Nnmberol 
AcrSH. 
Unsold. 



Uiwold. 



'i.'iir.M 



•BBtlmaUd. 

aALBS OP SCHOOL LANDS FOR FISCAL TEAR ENDING JULY 31, 190r.. 



»„™. 


Namborof 


4Srl i.- l-ir 


Amount o( 


"S^°' 




8 2ei«i 


1 -,g3(„.. 


"fl 


«0,UB.« 

'tis 

«,OB9.00 

ji;o8b'.0( 






2.eee 

44< 
8,411 

2!l»( 
2.WS 




5.16 2,SiI» 


(H 




















18,Sl: 

m|o« 

8,M0 
80. 


















00 , BOO.W 
Ml sioBI.S 






























Total! 


u,ie3.ea 


|B.TtI K^3,e22.T«| KS.«so.ze 


«BB,*4a.OO 


»T.!24.1T 



SALES OP SCHOOL I..AND8 FOR FISCAL TEIAK tiNDlNQ JULY 31, liM)2. 




OonvTiBi. 


HnmberoT Average 
Acreo Price per 
Sold. Acre. 


i?SK' 


Amount of 


Amount of 
Piinclpul 
Unp«&. 


laterest 
Putd. 


Bf k 




»48 189BS 


«T4tt8«l 


J4OT28 0O 


I104«"T 


Sr-'.v.v..v.;v.v,:: 


3,318 
0,44( 

20,08: 

n'.4U 
10.409 
3.1B1 


K 

S3 

8( 

28 
2t 


1 


i*4;9r 

104! sa 
2.'ie,B« 

2S,«»3 


44 

B8 

2£ 
24 
07 
88 

3£ 


s,Baa 

M.OSl 
1S,T21 

24.T81 

leiisi 
12; o« 


44 

ac 
« 

K 

aa 

8« 


84 ! 644.00 

■111 

2oi:3Ba:M 

100,822.00 

7!,T1T.OO 

21,799.00 

24fl.0O 


BOO 

2,1«1 
l.»4! 

8,821 

4.989 

2,B« 

'flOl 


u 






«^b.ll 








^-■■- 


or 






























»8.82»l.'>eS.M«.M 




IM2.M2.00 



















.ds.Goo>^Ic 



4 BIBNNIAI. HEPORT 

aTATBMENT OP THE SAiES OF SCHOOL LANDS IN BACH YEAR. 



YSJR SOI.D. 


Number of 
Acres Bold. 

41483.6! 
24.241.9f 

lil 

39.877.23 
14,802.5* 
7.406. » 

sss 

20,041.74 

111 

70;863:7( 
32.884.71 

S:SSS 

SB. 146.00 
61.867.7! 

l!:S3:!i 
»«" 

Sii 


Money. 


Per Acre 




tgsss 

387.269.2; 

ill 

ill 
ass 

387.231.28 

518,086.42 
3B6,824.» 

|;si 
SI 

SSS:S 

SS6.344.7{ 
2S3.030.2( 
1.083,846.84 


»«-a6 


























































































































































B.78 




1,847.219,18 
148.TC5.49 


(11,688.879.62 
887,669-39 


16.24 








1.698.453.69 


110,646,820.23 
lS0.770.6t 

8Si;6e9!04 






























ToUl 




814.316.380.06 





.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



STATEMENT OF LAND AND CERTIFICATES. 

THANSFBRRED PROM INTEKNAL IMPROVEMENT LAND FUND TO PER- 
MANENT BOHOOL t'LND BY THE FUNDING COMMISSION. UNDER 
CHAPTER 31. GENERAL LAWS OF 1891. 



Count I Kg. 


NambeTof 
Aorea 


Amo&nt Due 










a, 40.80 

ass 

4:tb9:ik 

38,1HS,Q3 

111 
ill 

loiosoiso 

12,714.73 


































































40,431.39 
4i;40B.6» 


























Totals 


390.41B.51 


$l.S34,S£4.Tt»- 



STATEMENT OF LAND AND CERTIFICATES. 

TRANSFERRED PROM INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LAND FUND TO PER- 
MANENT UNIVBRSITY FUND BY THE FUNDING COMMISSION, UNDER 
CHAPTER 31, GENERAL LAWS OF 18H1- 



Chlppewa . 

Clay 

Douglas . . . 



Oertfflaitu» 





320:0C 

7fl8.ffi; 
'mot 

'11 


V^Z 


































53:^6:85 












Totals 


17.6re.23 


t86.T6S.4» 



.ds.Gooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL. REPORT 



STATEMENT OF THE E 



;■ UNIVERSITY LANDS. 



Cook'.'.'.'.'.!.'.'. 

Kandlvohl'.'.* 

M««ker ".'.'.': 
MIIU Lacs.. 

Norman 

•Otter Tall.., 

Flna 

•Pope 

Polk 

Sedwooa . . . 

Renville 

Rice 

•Sherburni 
•SteftRie 

St. Loula..., 
•Todd 



Wright . 



■Includes lands resold. 



Niimberof Acrea 



Boldhy .Nomberot 
Land *'■'■''" 

CommlH- 



1,820.72 
4.239.71 

4,578,0S 



100.00 

*),0» 

160,00 

8,023.01 

'iio.oo; 



r,:>3.2u uie.zo;.. 
ii,44:..iis] ^1.. 

2:l!l.46l l.liM.On... 



3.81Q.1H 

4,lB4.0a 
1.876.70 



2,S40.00 
4,152.76 
»,443.7S 

4,239,71 
4,786.MJ 



1.823.56 

200.00 

8.121,10 



4S8.71)I 315,311. 3T' n.%2n.01 



•flALB OF UNIVERSITY LANDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JULY 3 



No.of pltn„ Amount 'Amonntof Amount of 'Amountof 

OouNTiES. I AorpB i'. of PrlndpHl . Prlnclpiil Interest 

^^^- Aere. **•'*■ '*"'"■ Vnpa'td. Petd. 

Kanabec I 5,981.871 M.52 »3n.05ri„ini r>.&1">.30l $33.HW.00| SI,321.«) 

Sherburne [ 89.96] 16.60, Una.SV. 00.341 300.001 28.45 

Totals I 6.031.83' 8.5TJ J3!).71L>.73I |fl.044.73r tSa.fiflS.OOl J1.347.8B 

SALE OF UNIVERSITY LANDS FOR THE FISCAL YKAll ENDING JULY 31 
1902. 

No.ot *|^?f I Amount AmonntotJAmount of I Amount of 
CouNTias. I Acres ^iSr i of Principal Pilnclpsl I InturtHt 

' *''*■ Aero. **'"■ ^'^' ' UnpHid. , Paid. 



Clay 

Norman . . . 
Otter Tall,. 

Totals .. 



J16,06, *7, 710.001 



«l,iaO.OO! t6,Sfi0.0( 



■dbyGooglc 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



BTATfiaiENT OP THE SALE OF UNIVERSITY LANDS IN BACH TEAR. 



TlAB. 


IS^^S 


Honej. 


Per Acre 




80.00 
2.084.eS 

3.K 

"Si 

3.8W:0C 

2,240.46 


Moa.oo 

HI 
III 

HI 
■31 

'mi 


IS.OO 


















S:S 






















































aa68.68 


12.764.64 










..SI! 
'■SS 


III 

89. 712.7! 
T.7I0.OO 


























44,644.13 

3.3Sa.B6 


1268.670.13 
21.640.07 














"■"'-" 


(246.930.08 
3.S84.56 

33'.190;2S 
7.292;Ta 












































Tnial 




1768.099.96 





.ds.Gooi^Ic 



BIICNNIAL UEPOKT 



STATEMENT C 



• '■'•*■■"• 


^^^a. 


■sssr 


Per Acre. 




i,ia).oo 

i|| 

4.016:4 

ii.a4o.oo 

4.GS2.22 
4.S53.S 

il 

4.844.9 
4,116.7 
2,656. 7D 

Sii 

.633.07 

■Si, 


«5. 600.00 

as 

17.866.35 

3.406.00 
28.156.01 

2o:ans:7i 

I'll 

34ieiMis( 

'JSSi 

ill 


*500 


















































































■h 






m::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::\::^ 








626.391 
40.00 
081. IS I 



* Total sales of lands 

Amount paid on forfeiture 

Amount paid tor rlgbt-of-way.. 



CotnnriBS. 


Number of 
Acres 


Somber of 
Unsold. 


^tlmsted 


Acne in 

Oonnty. 




fl., 


2,877.63 




2,070.04 

sss 

13.668.81 

320.00 

13,875.91 

ill 










































«| 




















































i-^u 


























S240.00 


6.698.81 


Totals* 


94,a.in.2-.) 


40.00 


»240.00 


94,439.28 



dsiGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATR 9 

SAI.GS OF PUBLIC BUILDINO LANDB FISCAL TEAR ENDING JULY 3^ 1802. 



^^ 



rincipal 
Jnp^d. 



1-idd. 



t le.fss. CO" fio6.62e.oo 



STATEMENT OP THE SALES OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT I-ANDS. 



CoBTiaa. 




"s-r 


EaUmatod 
Yalae af 


Total 
Nuaberof 
Aerosln 

Oonntj. 




; 


9,T44.ia 


»4B,T20.9S 




Chippewa 


■■■■■■■■■i Si 










ifio.oo 








'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. \ 14,064.61 










Itasca 


3.7(i0.li4 


18,003.20 


ss'los!^ 




4.730.B0 

■•.v.-.:-.; 1S:S 

•■:;;;;:: |i| 

".".■:::;i Sa;32n:4B 
.■.:-::;;:| 'S| 
































Norman 


sliee!?.) 


selieb'.oo 

am 


1 .054.08 


















Steanw 


629.88 


8.148.00 


■S5! 


?SSUi; ■-;-■;;;.■::::;;;:::::;: 


:::::::: %SS 


1.723.21 


8,810.00 








2.sio.ie 


12,G5D.S0 






















27,003.80 


S1S0,TC0.36 











"— 


Number or 


Per 

Aero. 


iBale. 


Amount of Amount nf 

Prlnnlpal ' Principal 

Paid: . Unpafd. 


Interest 


MorrlBQn 


1,860 


I68B 


17.840.00 


*1, 1*7.00 «6,<W.ao 


I3T2.B8 


Total 


1,390 


K83 


»7,84a<XI 


11.147.00 18.488.00 


WTB.88 



CODHTin. 


Number ol 


ATeragB ! 
Prioe .Amount ot 

Ao™. 


'^F 


™S' 


f=; 




slTeaioa 


*'?:« i "^^iM 


•2.167.01 
8,181.88 


iiS:SB4.aa 

lT.4tiO,l» 














4,182.96 


18.10 rse,iB2-aft 


u,84S.ee 


129,784.00 









»Gooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL RKPORT 



STATEMENT OP THE S 





TlAB auLD. 






issx.^. 


*Sr' 


ATsrage 

Price 
Per Acre. 


873 


2.135..^ 

io!4e6!7r 

ass 

28,439,59 

iS 

47;890:7; 
60,674.64 
31.709,89 

!iS;SS? 

242.0 

ae53,» 

lil 

4,182.98 


Hi 

SffiSf 

ill 

818:b«;t( 
ffiU;l5 

178.178.62 
52.610.0! 

K| 

14'760,'o; 

ss 

10.164.37 
3,100-00 

S:|l 
31 
















i?i :::::::::;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;:;;;;;;;; 


13 

6.60 
































































































































































































































'sa^ 


«S.SS5 






rtelted 1 
of land 


nnds resold 














477,068,92 

300.4ie.ei 


12.681,723.88 
1.884,824.76 




to perraan 
81. Beneral 


□ntracts transferred 
1 fund, see chapter 








86,647.41 
17.516,23 


1846.809.18 
86.7«S,48 




ter 31. gen 


ndand 
?al"law« 


ot'ieo: 


nd, see chap- 












60.181,18 


650,00 

1 901.000.00 

96.OdO.00 

88.104.75 




Amount palfl 


ana^'"f 

from^ p 

nt (Tor 
allie tra 


Ited lands resold.... 








idJuBt 


nlnt t)° ndS?. .' 
nt university 

aneiit ' school 


'. 








Transferred 




TranHterred 




Cash 'paym 


















tJ 014,632.89 




Transferred 


to permanent 


5SSi 


WO. 400,00 
100.000,00 






180,400,00 




Ins bonda 






















$2,826,232.89 
8.336.62 




CasliiMymentto unl 


e rally fund 


to equal- 





















.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



COUKTIKS. 


Komberof 
Acres 
Sold. 


ITrl** 


Amonntof 
8»le. 


aja' 


Dnp«W, 


''iS^°' 


Allkln 


6SC.10 (6.39 
35.44 &00 
428.S3 a.00 


$3,(i31.a7 

177. 2U 

2,144.15 


(718.37 
392:i{ 


«ffiS 

1.T52.00 


""r.-S 












Totals 


l.iBO.49 »ti.lT 

■ 


W.952.72 


n,137.T2] M,81B.O0 


«lfl8.ft2 



3 FOR FISCAL YBAB 



o„™™ 


Number of 


Acre. 


Ani<|™tO/ 
t4,210.ia 

,?:!S?S 

2S0,0il 
22.572.88 
15,900.18 
i:i2n.0O 
4.462.55 

(86,736.78 


&momitot| 

$332,101 
1.292.70 
l,2l)0.40l 

2.073:48 

3,39e:88 

111 


AjDOont Of 
Principal 
Unpaft. 


Amount of 




0(18.88 

ii 

"2:JS 

3,123.48 

'■as 

Gfi4.83 


t^M 


»8,578.00 
4,960.00 

a,8oa.o( 

IsioBBlw 

1B.178:0( 

13.4M.00 
B02.00 

8,Tea.oo 


K 






1 

1 


20 

on 










8TB.28 


























Totals 


12.023.80 


(7 


12 


fl3,44a.781 173,293.00 


11,903.78 



STATEMENT OF THE SALEIS OF STATE INSTITUTION I 



Yhah Sold. 


Nnmber o( 
Acrps aold. 


■sssr 


Per Acre. 




202. 70[ 


{2,339.86 
4,099.21 

10;415:8! 


W 


















l.flSO,(B! 

ill 

l,'l50:48| 
12,028.891 


IfSSS 

11,071.10 

6,9Sa,72 

86,739.38 


































""■'U^l 


tisz,85i.oe 

200.68 














2.'!„-,28.74, 


,IB2.^| 

27:B«7;a 




































»208.006.0e 











.ds.Gooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 
MINERAL LANnS. 



'^iffiffi'jiss.'sr 




1 


i 


1 




1 


1 


iS 


S,Sie 188 1 2»S 


B.272 


sss 


»4.TM.(W 


M.TIB.OO 


tii.ias.oo 



MINERAL (FIFTY-TEAR) CONTRACTS. 



iBBoed Prior to 
JdI; 81. 1000. 


^8 


-»2 


i 


t\\fk 


l^*^3 


Ills 




382 


so 


Ibs! SGO 


HE 211 


"■" 


iio.soa 


tu.8cooa 



STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION. ON JULY 81, 1902, OF THE SWAHF 
LAND GRANT OP THE STATE OP MrNNE»OTA, UNDER ACT OF CON- 
GRESS OF MARCH 12, ISflO. 



Approved to the 

not yet patented, 

Swamp land claimed by the 



the United States, but 



... . claim unadjusted 
cancelled by the United States, or re- 
linquished by state In [avor of settlers 



fnlted States Land District. 


Acres 
Selected 


Acres 


^™ 


Marshall 




SSfi-U 
«.Otl 










8.881-87 












Totals 


181.841.97 


48,184.02 


60,136,06 



■iji,.iizMs.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



& 


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i 


p 


1 hsa 


1 

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¥ 


§ ;S=<^ i 


1 

i 


i 


S" S : 




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! 
i 

i 



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& 



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op 



^1 



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I' sis 



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i« s-=" ir; isi i-U l-,li iill? 

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4 

Hit' 
"ss>.i 

Site 



PI 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



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niipnpiipiNi 

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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



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i444i44444 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



3 

I 








1 


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la i : i 








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8:S 




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1 


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scssgsisssscssasssasssssss ssssssss 


I 
1 


2^ 


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11 


1 


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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



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1 



flii 



mi 



111: 



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— 




;«; 




5 :Sj| : : : 

la::; 

s; 


TSTTTS ;= ; 




• 8 :S8 : : : 












i 


1 



l'Xi% 






mm 






;S3S'jfSS3S3SS9l3SSS3 



^^ , , - -gsesss'gjjfessg 



Si 6' 



S8S38saS58 






Uses '4s% 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 

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5 a-S" 




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BIENNIAL REPORT 

PAYMENTS INTO THE STATE TRBASUBT FOB TIHBBB CUT UK 
Pboh What Sotjhci Rboiitbd. 



Auk. 

Sept. 1 
Bept. : 



Mllllken & McOulre 
H. F. Brown, 
Northern I^um 
BontiMS &. Co. 



__4ntry-Caln Co.. Intereat on drafts 38741 and 39743 

H. C. Clark, stumpagi 

. T. Bailey, stumrase 

■. T. Bailey, interpst on draft 36427 

R. C. Dunn. State Auditoi'. advance payment made for timber sold. . 

"Le Sure Lumber Co., stumpaKe 

Lo Sure Lumber Co,. Btumpage 

L« Sure Lumber Co., interest on drafts Nob. 39747 and 3»n4 

T, R. Foley & Co., stumpage 

"- •-'■'— ic CEapp, trespass 



, Blalc«ley & Farley, stumpase 

I McAllister Bros., trespass 

I Doran & Dewey, trespass 

, Moore & McHardy, trespass 

' Eastern Minnesota R. R. Co,, stumpage rlgM of way., 

I Dunn & Marcia, trespass 

I Dunn & Marcla. Interest on dralt NO. WHIUM 

I F. F. Seaman, trespass 

I R. C. Dunn, State Auditor. stuinpaK<' 

Thomas H, Martin, stumpa.je 

I K. A. Oyde. ireajiass 

I P. J, Ryan, trespass 

I J. C. Nolan, slumpage 

' Franklin Lumber Co., stumpHge 

I R. C. Dunn, State Auditor, stumpage 

. _. ;C. P. De Laitlre, trespass 

. IB a. D. Davis, tresiiasa 

, 21 ^1'. M. Amadon. trespass..... 

. 2^ I Hodgdon ft McDonald, trespass 



, Irwln & O'Brien. 
W. ~ " " " 



Li us 



! HodRdon & MrDon 

: I'odgdon & McDonald, lre<-])ass 

; Blukf ley & F »rl>y. Htiimpage 

reo. 2* Dan Shugrin, tri'spa.ws 

Mar. 1 ' Grant Biggs, tresjiass 

Mar. 1 ' Wm, Kahl, trpupas^ 

Mar, T , C. P. Do Lalttrp, tresDaas 

Mflr T I E, A. Zuever, pine arA uordwood, , 

ijohn Welch, trespafs 

I Ren Ferdyce. pine cut 

I Powers-Simpson Co.. part payment for timber i 

John Snodgrasa, trespass , 

W. K, Thurston, trespnss , 

Nichols Lumber di,. trespr.ss 

. I Cooiidge-Bruoi'-Hall Co.. trespass 

' R. C. Dunn, Stute Auditor, timber confiscated a 
I H. C. Aketey Lumbi-.' Co,, trespass 



, Chae 






I K. M. Osterhend, windralls cut 
, John O. Frasee. scrubby pine a 
Bolln & 3trod, (imbor cut 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 

STATB LAUDS, FOB THE TBAB BKDINQ JULY BI, tWl. 



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1.281 
S.7Bi 

1,M( 

6,881 

2i00i 

181 

23,001 

!i.e2i 

348 
S4.4I» 

1,600 
l.«H 

3.0W 

ai>4 

31 

3« 
340 
15 

3t 

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li4S.a3 

110,801 


















































3>T43| 




























824.M 


276.50 






(008.88 
















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May 9 
May » 

Hay e 
Uay 10 
Uay 10 
Uay 10 
Hay 23 
Hay 27 
May 28 
Hay ZS 

June 14 
July 2 
July 2 
July 11 
July 15 
July IB 
July IB 
July IS 
July IS 
July 10 
July 24 
July 24 
July 24 
July 24 
July 24 

Jttl7 2T 
Hly 27 
July 27 
July 27 
July SI 

July 81 
uly SI 
July 81 
July 81 
July 31 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

PATMBNTS IHTO THB STATE TREASURY FOR TIHBSR CUT C 
FttOM WnjtT HouRce Reciithd. 



Co.. Intereat on draft 3 



E. W. BackUH Lur 

Bber Smith, treiipaaH 

Ttieo, Irglna, treapass 

J. H. Dunning & Co., treapaa 

Msshek Lumlier Co., trespasB 

H. R. King, Btumpage 

Otto JusHllic, Irespasa 

a'. E. Hardy, ITeBpaai'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'. 

Irwin & O'Brien, treapaas 

A. Olson, treapasB 

Cook & Turlsh, stumpage 

ShevUn-Carpenter Co., stumpage 

Nichols Lumber Co., Btumpage 

Shevlln-Carpenter Co., Btumpage 

Moon & Kerr Lumber Co., atumpaBe 

Bonneea & Co., treapaas 

J. Niels Lumber Co., Btumpage 

NelBon-Tvitlilll Lumber Co.. stumpase 

Nelson Lumber Co., sCumpage 

WilJis Walker, treapaas 

Cniwn Lumber Co., Btumpage 

Bovey-De Lalttre Lumber Co., stumpane.. 
Bovey-De Lalttre Lumber Co., stum page. . 
Bovey-De Lalttre Lumber Co., atumpage. ■ 
Bovey-Dc Lalttrp Lumber Co., stumpage. . 

C, A. Smith Lumber Co.. treapaaa 

A. R. Roger*, atumpage ,.., 

A. R. Rogers, atumpage 

A. R. Rogers, stumpage 

" Do Lalttre Lumber Co., stumpage.. 

"~ Lalttre Lumber Cd,. stumpage.. 

„- Lalttre Lumber Co.. stumpage.. 

■Do Lalttre Lumber Co.. stumpage.. 

De Lalttre Lumber Co., stumpage.. 

'De Lalttre Lumber Co., stumpage. . 



Bovey-E 
Bovey-E 



Totals . 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



STATS LAHDB, rOB THE YBAB BNDINO JULY 81, im-OmUnuea. 



i 


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48016 
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88.00 










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BIENNIAL REPORT 

PAYUBKT8 INTO THE TBBABDBY FOR TIUBBB CUT OH 
Troh What Sodbob Kbcsitbd. 



Aug. 

Auk.' 
Aug. 
Aug. 1 
BepC. 

Sept! i 
Sept. i 



t No. 2873, See. 38, T. 60, S. 1 

). 42SB, Sec. 18, T. 148, R. S4 

■ " la, T. 48. F 



.uraoKr \.a., uHrmit Wo. 254B, SeC. li 

V. T. Johnaon, permit No. 422B, Sec. 16, T. 14B. H. 33 , 

"-. C. CIbDc^ permit No._281B^^ec. -" ■" "" ^' " 



T. 58. R. 38 

i. T. 57, B. 21 

■ ~ "1, R. S7.. 



Nov. : 
Nov. : 
Nov. : 



, Bontiess & io.. permit No. SS^B, Sec. 1 

BonneHB & Co., permit No. 4488, ,Sec. 1.. .. ---, 

Franklin Lumber Co., rescale additional to Surveyor Oeneral's report. Sec. 

I 36, T. 02, R. 14 ■ 

I Foley Bean I,umber Co., permit No. 407B, Sec. 86. T. 48. R. 28 

, BackUB Brooks Co., cut In tregpaaa by Scott Munger, Sec. 16. T. 4B. R. 28... 
I R. W. Leach, 25 per cent advance payment. Sec. 36, T. 58, R. 28 

H. F. Brown, draft Issued In place of No. 43357 canceled 

I Wm. O'Brien, permit No. SMrf, Sec. 36. T. 06, H. 12 

J. C. Nolan, permit No. .VTTB, Sec. B8. T. B8. ft. 13 

i Dan Haley, permit No. 307B, Sec. 2, T. 64, R. 21 

I Dan Haley, permit No. 3SKB. Sec. 26, T. 85. B. 24 

Wlllla Walker, permit No. 404B, Sec. 28, T, 63, R. 27 

. Willis Walker, permit No, 41BB, Sec. 14, T. 141, H. 32 

MlsBlaslppi River Lumber Co,, permit No. 416B, Sec. 12, T. 110. R. 32 

H. C. Akeloy Lumlwr Co., permit No. 140B, See. 18, T. 67, R. 22 

1 H. C. Akeley Lumber Co.. permit No. -inB, Sec. 18, T, 144, R. 32. 

H, C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 414B, Sec. 36, T. 145, H, 32 

H. C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 423B, Sec 16. T. 144. R, 33 

H, C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 433B, Sec. 38, T. 143. R, 35 

H. C. Akeley Lumber Co.. permit No. 40eB. Sec. 38. T. 142, R. 27 

H. C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 410B, Sec. 16, T, 141. R. 27 

Le Sueur Lumber Co., permit No. 115B, Sec. 18, T. 52, R. 13 

Le Sueur Lumber Co., permit No. 116B, Sec, 30, T. t2, R. 13 

B. P. Munson, tamarac and cedar trcspasH. Sec. 2. T, 143. k. 23 

I Qeo, MoCrea, permits Noa. 218 to 2T0B. InolUBlve, T, 53. R. 27 

I Geo. MeCrea, permit No. 302B. Sec. 14, T, 80. R. 24.. 

I Itaaca Lumber Co.. permit No, 27SB, Sec. 38, T. 59. R. 26 

, Red Cliff Lumber Co., 25 per cent advance payment. Sec. 36, T. 63. R. 4B... 

, John Neater, 25 per cent advance payment. Sec. 19, T. 54. R. 10 

' Otis Staples, 23 per cent advance payment. Sec. 38. T. 63, R. 14 i 

Otis Staples, 25 per cent advance payment. Bee. 18, T. 51, R. IT i 

1 Cloquet Lumber Co., 23 per cent advance payment. See. 36. T. 03, R. 14 

Andrew Qowan. 23 per cent advance payment. Sec. 16, T. 53, R. 17 

1 Mashek Lumber Co.. 23 per cent advance payment. Sec. 16, T. 08. R. IB 

I Albert Taylor, 23 per cent advance payment. Sec, 18, T. 58, H. 18 

, Jaa. E, McOrBth,2J per cent advance payment, aeoa,16 and Se.T. 44, R. 23 i 

Jas. E. McOrath, 25 percent advance payisent. Sec. 36, T. 4B. R. 23 i 

" ^s & Co., 2.-1 per cent advance payment. Bee. 38, T. 58, R. 20 j 

IB & Co., 23 per cent advance payment. See. 8, T. 140, R. 251 

' r Co., 25 per cent advance payment. Sec. 38. T. 50^ H. 27. . 



__j. McCi— , _ ,- 
H. C. Akeley Lumbi 
Powers Simpson Co., 23 



Co,, 



adva 



!. 16, T, 145, R, ^4 

paym't. Sec. 38, T. 142; R. S4 
ent. Bee. S8, T. 58. R. 22. . . . . 
:. 5, T. 5B. R. 20. j 



Dec ai 



H. C. Clarke, 23 per cent aavanee payment, sec. a, T'. r>u. K. xi>. i 

H, C, Clarke, 2i per cent advance payment. Bee. 16, T. 57, R. 28 t ■ ■ 

J. Niels Lumber Co., 25 per cent advance payment. Sec. 18. T. 147. R. 92. . 

B. C, Dunn, State Auditor, timber sold for cash No. 5. lOOl. at State Capitol 

Geo. H. Newbert, pine sold for cash at Princeton, Sec. 86. T, 41, R, 25 

Maxwell & Bailey, pine sold, cash sale, Nov. 3, IBOI, Sec. 18, T. 66, R. 18. i 

" -ill 4 Bailey, pine sold, cash aale, Nov. 5, 1001, See. 18, T. 58, R. 20. 1 

. „. -j_ .._. .,.._ ggj, 2 ,p 5,j^ ^ 2j 

r timber sold aajJcr i: 

, Sees. 2 and 12, T. 53, R. 22 

--., 23, T. 58, R. 27.. ) 

Itasca Lumber Co., trespass. Sec 30, T. 09, R. 26. } 

Itasca Lumber Co,, trespaas. Sec. 36, T. 50, R, 27.. S 

Powers Simpson Co.. balance payment. See. 2, T. 57, R. 22 



Maiw 






Mitchell A McClure, trea 



:. 36. T, 55, R. 11. . 



i. Buckman. treapaas, part payment. Sec. 16. T. 08, R, 20 ( 
I L,. i>. Buckman. trespass, Jiart payment. Sec. 38. T. 05. R. 24 < 

BonnesB & Co., trespass. See. 36. T. 138, R, 28 

I H, D. Scott, trespasa. Clay County, wood 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



8TATK 1.A1ID8, FOB THB TSAB BHDIHQ JVLT SI. 1M£. 



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21 ,853 is 
e.195.60 










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il 

65.86 




















































































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436«2 


11 

27a« 

2.046:81 
1,606.84 








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1^ 






















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26.;; 

iii:?i 
to:* 

76.70 
22.T! 
70.13 
















































(710.21 












1,170.88 


























308.20 








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17.820.91 

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2.344.54 

08.10 
















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1,928.00 

2,JB6.00 

6.760.00 

630.00 




































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BIENNIAL BBPORT 

PATHKHTS INTO TBB TBBABOBY FOR TtHBBH CUT OH 

FitOM W8AC SOrSCB RlOBITBD. 



R. C. Dunn. State Auditor, collection made for Umber sold In St. Louli antf 
Hubbard Counties, tor cash, as per itatement attached to draft 

Charles L. Trabort. Sees. 10 and 16, T. BB. R. 22. 

H, C. Stewart, trespaaa, wood, Bee. 16, T. 143, R. 32 

Shevlln-Carpenter Co.. trespaBB, Sec. 23, T. 140. R. Sg 

Maahek Lumber Co., tresuass. Beca. 1 and 2, T. 58, R. 10 

I E. M. Osterlund, treapaos, Bee. 30, T. 13fl. R, 30 

. Geo. Cook, treapaaa. flee. 21, T. 14S. R. KS 

i J. W. Torkelaen. trespaas, woo 

W. H. Gilbert reacale addltlor . , 

Bamuel Fredrlcluon. treapaaa. ties. Bee. SO. T. ST. R. 1 

Willis Walker, trespaas. Sec. 16, T. 147. R. M 

I John Johnaon. trespaas. Bee. 36, T. 46, R. 19 

' Shelly Kroa.. trespasa. Sec. 12, T, 142. H, 2-1 

, M. Oppesaard. trespass, poata. Bee. 10. T. 47. R. 25 _ 

, Tower Lumber Co., trespass. Bee. 11, T. 01. R. 14 

! W. J. Wlckwlre, trespass. Sec. 15. T. 143. R. 26 

Theodore Irgena, treapasH 

O. L.. Mather, treapHBS, Sec. 10, T. 50, R. 25 

B. P. Munson. treapaas. Sec. 28, T. 65, R. 21 

C. A. Brown, trespass. Sec. 77, T. 55, R. 'J^ 

H. P. How. trespass. Sec. 16. T. 147, R. 87 

H. H. Davis, trespass. Sec. 21). T. 57, R. 20 

J. C. Ollmore, trespass. Sees. T and 8. T. 143, R. 26 

, A. Harrla, trespass. Sec. 10, T. 143. H. 28 

I Barney Kelly, treapaas. Sec. HB, T. tS8, R. 33 

I Pokegama Lumber Co., treapaas, Snc. IB, T. 143. R. 2a\ 
i Pokegama Lumber Co., treapaaa. Sec. 17, T. 143, R. 26 I 
I Pokegama Lumber Co., trespass, Sec. 16. T. 55. R. 2T I 
I Pokegama Lumber Co., trespaas. Sec. 3D, T, 144, R. £3 / 
] Pokegama Lumber Co.. treapasa. Sec 12. T. 52, R. 2Sf 

Pokegama Lumber Co.. trespass. Bee. 1, T. 52, R. 23\ 

I Pokegama Lumber Co., trespass, Bee. 20. T. D4. H. 28/ 

I Pokegama Lumber Co., trespass. Sec 27, T. 64, R. 25) 
1 Pokegama Lumber Co., trespassr Sec. XI, T. 54, R. 25\ 
I Pokegama Lumber Co., trespass. See. 81, T. 54. R. 25 1 

Pokegama Lumber Co., trespasa. See. SB, T. "' ° •" ' 
' Pokegama Lumber Co., treapaas. Sec. 1" 

lOeo. McCrea, Interest on draft No. 4B31xi 

, Peter Llnder, treapaas. Bee. SO, T. 46, H. 26 

Geo. MeCrea. permit No. 412B. Sec. 16, T. 14T. R. 31 

E. W. Hallett. trespass, Sec. 38, T. 136, R. 30 

Tower Lumber Co., trespass. See. 29, T. 61, R. 14 

Itasca Lumber Co., IrespasB, Ilea, T. 58, R. 27 

Joel Smith. Irespaas, See. !fl, T. 145. R. 33 

Cook &. Tenlsh, reaeale from top and stump. Sec. 16, T. G6, R. 7 

Irwin ft O'Brien, trespass. Bee. 10. T. 146, B. 82 

Bonne^a ft Co., special permit dead and down timber In Itaaca State Park. 

Theodore Irgenx, trespass. Sec. 3li. T. 65, R. 25. . 

E. A. Zuver, trespass, Sees, 15, 10 and 38, T. 5" 

W. E. Seely, trespass, Sec. 12. T. 1S7. R. 30 

Henry McLean, treapaas. See, 30. T. 30. R, 20 

A. R. Rogera, treapaBB. See, 28, T. 54. R. 22. 

Mississippi River Lumber Co., permit No. 435B. Sec. IS, T. 141, R. 86. . 

C. A. Weyerhaeuser, permit No. 131B. Sec. 'M. T. 141, R. 35 

C, A. Weyerhaeuser, permit No. 4a»B. See. 14, T. ISfl, R. 3T 

Thomas B. Davia. permit No. 441B. Sec 38, T. 140, R. 37 

Bovey De T.aittre Lumber Co,, permit No. 2g4B, See. 28, T. 68. B. 2S. . 

Nelson Tuthlll Lumber Co.. permit No. 154B, Sec. 5. T. 140, R. 31 

A. R. Rogers, permit No. 4(BB. Sec, 28, T. 64. R. 27. 

Willis Walker, permit No. 415B. Sec. 16. T. 140. R. 32 

J. Nlela Lumber Co., permit No. 420B, See. 36, T. 147, R. 38 

8. D. Hamilton, trespaaa. Sec. 34, T. 53. R. 25 

Con O'Brien, trespass 

C. B. Buckman, part payment treapaas 

Crown Lumber Co., permit No. a24B, See. IB, T. 67, R, 6 

Crown Lumber Co., permit No, 42aB, Sec. SO. T. 68, R. f 

... -lit 1 

Brainerd Lumber Co.. 
Bralnerd Lumber Co., 
Otis Staples, pern " "" 



i, T. 50, R. 23' 



'., R. 27. . 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 

8TATB I.ANDe, FOB THE TEAR SHDINO JULY HI, 1S(S— CVrnffnueif. 



■sis 

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BmNNIAL REtPORT 
PATMBNTS INTO THE TRBAeUBY FOR TIMBER OUT OS 

Pbom Wbai Soubob Racaivm, 



Julr T Jotanion & Wentnorth. permit No. 330B, Sec. 16, T. 5S, H. 13 

July 7 Bber HauKht, treapasB, Sac. 20, T. 188, R. S6 

July a J. B. UcQrath, permit No. 8T68. Sec. 18, T, 45, R. 23 

July 9 J. Nlela Lumber Co., permit No. 618B, Sec. IS. T, 14T, R. 32 

July S ^ BonnesB & Co.. trespais 

July 12 p. H. Smith, treHpana, Sec. !S, T, 62, R. 24 

July 26 I Sartell Bros., permit No. 423B, Bee. 16. T. 146, R. 84 

July 28 I Wild Rice Lumber Co.. permit No. 450B, Sec. 16, T. 144, R, 8T 

July 28 I Wild Rica Lumber Co., permit No. 4323, Sec. SJ, T. 144, R. 87 

July 30 ! H. C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 419B. Sec. 36, T. 141. R. S2. ... 
July 80 H, C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 022B, Bee. 88, T. 142, R. 84.... 
July 30 I H. C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. t33B, Sec. E3, T. 143, R. SS. ... 
July 30 ! H. C. Akeley Lumber Co., permit No. 432B, Sec. 16, T. 144. R. B5... 

July 80 Wild Rice Lumber Co., permit No. 451B, Sec. 18, T. 144, K. SI 

July 31 Andrew Oowan, permit No. 60aB. Sec. 16, T. I>3, R. IT 

July 31 Foley, Bean Lumber Co.. permit No. 400B, Sec. 16, T. 44, R. 23 

July 81 BonnesB & Co., permit No. 616B, Sic, 36, T. B3, R. 28 

July 81 H. C. Clarke, permit No. 281B, Sec. 16. T. 68, R. 26 

July 31 Foley, Bean Lumber Co., permit No. 40eB, Sec. 16, T. 40, R. 28 

July 81 Foley, Bean Lumber Co., permit No. 407B, Sec 88, T. 4B, H. 28 

July 31 BouoesH £ Co., permit No. 413B, Sec. 36. T. 140, R. 32 

July 81 Bonnen £ Co., permit No, 630B, Sec. 8, T. 140. R. 23 

July SI BonneHH & Co., permit No. 411B, Sec 36. T. 141, R. 28 

July 81 BonnaM & Co.. permit No. e04B. Sac. 16. T. 141. R. 83 

July 81 Ray W. Jonea, permit No. 440B, Sec. 16. T. 189, R. 87 

July 81 Tower Lumber Co., permit No. WOB, Sec 19. T. 68. R. 16 

July 81 Bonness A Co., permit No. 18eB, Sec. 16, T. 141, R. 8S 

July 81 Wild RJca Lumber Co., permit No. 447B, Sec It. T. 144, R. S7 



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PAYMENTS INTO THE TBEASURT FROM ROYALTY ON IRON ORB. FOR 
THE TWO YEAlia ENDING JULY 31, 1902. AB PER SECTION 4, CHAPTER 
ice, GENERAL LAWS OF ISOS. 

Blwablk Mountain Iron Co.— 

Minimum roialty paid un contracts Nob. 218. SIH, 221 and 224. as follows: 

(Quarter ending Sept. So, lUOU Jl.ZM.OO 

Quarter ending Dee. 31. lOUO L:»0-t» 

Quarter ending Mar. 31. 1901 1,230.00 

Quarter ending June 00, 1901 1,350.00 

Quarter ending Sept. 30. IWl 1,230.00 

Quarter ending Dec 31. IWOl 1.250.00 

Quarter ending Mar. 31, llKKi 1.250.00 

Quarter ending June 30, 10112 1.250.00 

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Mountain Iron Co.— 

Minimum royalty paid on contract No. 85. Da follows: 

Quarter ending Oct. 20, 1900 1312.50 

Quarter ending Jan. 'JO, ISOl 312.50 

Quarter ending April 20, 1001 812.60 

Quarter ending July 20, lUOI 312.60 

Quarter ending Oct. 2o, lUol 312.50 

Quarter ending Jan. 20. lUOJ 312.00 

Quarter ending April Mo, lilu2 312.50 

Quarter ending July 2o, luu2 312,50 

12,500.(10 

Oliver Iron Mining Co.- 

Mlnlmum royalty paid on contracts Nos. 50 and 157. aa (ollowa: 

Quarter ending Sept, 30, lOOO (No. 157) t312.B0 . 

Quarter endtng Dec. 31, lOOO (No, 157 j 312.50 

Quarter ending Mar. 31, lUOI (No. IJTJ 312.50 

Quarter ending Mar. 31, lUOl (No. BO) 312.50 

Quarter ending June SO, lUOl (No. 59) 312.riO 

Quarter ending June 30. 1001 <No. 137) Sli.SO 

Quarter ending Sept. SO, lOol <No. 157) 312,50 

Quarter ending Mar. ISi), 1002 (N'o. "■H) 312 50 

■ t%300.00 

Total 115,000.00 



A STATEMENT OF THE QUANTITY OF IRON ORB MINED AND REMOVED 
FROM STATE LANDS. WITH AMOUNT OF ROYALTY ACCRUING TO THE 
STATE (CHAPTER 22. 18J0). AS REPORTED UP TO JULY 31, 1902. 



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Royalty. 


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RECEIPTS INTO THE TREASURY FOR THE FISCAL, YEAR ENDING JULY 

SI, 1901. 
Taxas- 

SUte, general tl, 016.307. 70 

State, BChool and ur.lvoralty 758,128.10 

Rallroaa companies 1,430.349,24 

Telegraph and telephone companies 27,190. TO 

Inauranoe companies 201,827.77 

Express companies 8,400.40 

Sleeping car companies 371.28 

Prelght line companies 2,114.00 

Tonnage on vesaels 0,105.03 

Departmental earnlnKH, fees, lines and miscellaneous re- 
ceipts esB.oa7.si 

State Institution H, receipts and earnings {Including prison 
revolving- fund, binder twine collections, federal aid to 

unlverHlty, BoWlers' home, etc.) 87D,S,S2,M 

Sales or timber on state lands 242,700.01 

Mineral leases and contracts 13,920.00 

Royalty on Iron ore 27,030.20 

Principal paid on land contracts 080,430.14 

, Principal paid on school district, county, city, township 

and village bonds Iflfl.S?."!.!! 

Repayment ot seed Brain loans 1.380.1-1 

Interest on land contracts 311,807.02 

Interest on trust lund InveKtmenta 208,025.00 

Interest on school district, county, city, township and 

vlllaKe bonds 70,400.80 

Interest on bank deposits 22,110.08 

»a, 781 ,847.02 



RECEIPTS INTO THE TREASURY, BY FUNDS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 

ENDING JULY 31, 1001. 
Revenne F'ond— 

Taxes. 

State, proportion of collections credited to this fund,. 1831.070. in 

Railroads 1,430.340.24 

Telegraph and telephone companies 27,190.70 

Insurance companies 201,327.77 

Vessel tonnage »,103,B3 

Sleeping, drawing room and parlor cans 371.28 

Freight line and equipment companies 2,114.00 

Express companies 8,460.45 

12,510.480.53 

Departmental Fees, Fines and Miscellaneous Kecelpts. 

Insurance companies 132.441,05 

Loan and trust companies 109.00 

State banks 2,811.08 

Public examiner 507.00 

Dairy and food commission 4,901.57 

Game and flah commission 2,730.51 

Secretary of state 1,080.75 

Incorporations 42.870.00 

Interest on bank deposits 22,020.24 

Scaling of state timber 2,048.07 

Grass sales 3.210,42 

Dictionaries 1,301,00 

Interest on reform school lands 08.40 

Examining financial offices 1,513.00 

National Buard 47.18 

Hunters' licenses 1,748.03 

Nomination fees, from canilldatea nominated tor state 

offices 2.1».VI.OO 

Russian thistle 102.10 

Proceeds from sale of state capltol commissioners' cer- 

ttncates of Indebtedness 250.000,00 

Payments from Insurance companies for loss by flre 

on Dliluth normal school 40,000.00 

Receipts from United States account moneys due the 
state for furnishing troops and material for volun- 
teers In the Spa i^ish-Amer lean war 22.55H,«2 

MlBcellaneoua (1.488.51 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Repayment of Seed Grain Loans. 

Loan or 1888 J2T6.98 

I-oan of 18B1 6.5T 

Loan of 1R03 170,43 

Loan of 1895 708.01 

Loan of 1887 227,60 

State Instltutlona Ksmlngs. 

Anoka state aaylum t5B1.3T 

Haatlrm atate asylum 1,920.43 

St. Peter state hospital 8,823.57 

Rochester state hospital 7,004,87 

Fer^B Falls state hospital 1,030.75 

School for the deaf 2,348.88 

School for the hUnd 1,113 13 

School for the feeble- ml iided ; 8,360.60 

St. Cloud normal school 2,745.27 

Winona normal school 5,180.11 

Mankato normal school 4,878.38 

Moorhead normsl school 1,009.18 

State public school 81T,37 

State training school 3,17198 

State prison 568,242.80 

State reformatory 8,885.31 

Soldiers' home 33,880.92 

State university (apportioned to this fund) 58.187.06 

Transfer from soldiers' nllef fund to the credit of 
soldiers' home support 

S«ldlcn' Relief Fnad— 

State tax. proportion of coltectlona credited to this 

fund |81,fiOS.21 

Soldiers' home earnings 208.00 

FBadlns Tax F>nd— 

Stale tax, proportion of collections credited to this 

fund 1123.218.42 

PerpMinent Soliool Fniid^ 

Principal paid on land contracte t5U0,921.2B 

Sale of timber on school lands 166,726.37 

Mineral leases and contracts 8,829.00 

Royalty on Iron ore 27,030,20 

Principal paid on school district, city, county and 

township bonds 183,375.11 

General School Fand— 

State tax, proportion of collections credited to this 

fund t01C123.55 

Interest on land contracts 284.774.27 

Interest on school district, city, county and township 

bonds 88,458.80 

Interest on deferred stumpage drafts U44.88 

Interest on bank deposits (transferred from revenue 

fund) 4,100.17 

Interest on trust funds, as follows: 

080 M capltol certificates of Indebtedness, 3 and 4 

per cent 14,200.00 

155 M HEnneBOta funding, 3% per cent 5,425.00 

494 2-10 M Alabama "A" bonds. 6 per cent 24.710.00 

54 H Alabama "B" bonds, 6 per cent 2,700.00 

16 M Alabama "C" bonds, 4 per cent 640.00 

143 M Alabama funding, 4 per cent 5,720.00 

4 H Delaware bonds, 8 per cent laMKl 

160 M MaBsachusetts, 3 per cent 4,500.00 

1,830 M Hassachusetts, S% per cent 64,050.00 

Seo U Massachusetts, 3<4 per cent 12,775,00 

270 U Tennessee, 4Si per cent 12,150.00 

1,635 M Virginia, 2 and 3 per cent 33.226.00 

Payment by county treasurer for overpayment made 
to Wadena county in October, 1808, and March, 
1900, school apportionment 



m0,942.48 

20,000.00 



. 11,155,014.57 



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P«mancnt VnlvrFallr Pnnd— 

Principal paid on land contracts tlB,6RT.10 

Bale oC timber 3.88.1.50 

Mineral leases and contracts S.USS.OO 

OrnrFHl VnlTetBlty Fnnd— 

State tax, proportion Of collections credited to this 

fund tl4Z002.5S 

Interest on land contracts 23.982.99 

Interest on invested funds, as follows: 

42 8-10 M Alabama 6 per cent bonds 2.140.00 

SO M Massachusetts 3 per cent bonds 2.4O0.OO 

212 M Minnesota 3% per cent fundinK 8,540.00 

W> M Tennessee iV, per cent 3.800.00 

131 M Delaware 3 per cent 3.930.00 

ass M Virginia 2 and 3 per cent 8.100.0O 

Interest on Minnesota village bonds 2.032.00 

Interest on bank deposits {transfer from revenue fundi 401.15 

University, fees for attendance 00.058.03 

Government allowance, Morrill htll 2S.O00.0O 

Government allowance. Hatch bill.. 1.1,000.00 

Sales from: 

E:[perlinental station 5,572.20 

School of agriculture 0.847.19 

Mlnnetonka fruit farm 2,037. rrfl 

Fees, dental inllrmary 1.200.00. 

Mlsoellantous 2.:t«7.4.i 

Intrrnal IiuprovemcHt Pniid— 

U. S. government, for 5 per cent on cash sales of pub- 
lic lands In Minnesota III.IIPC.Oli 

Transfer from revenue fund 1)79.47 

Transfer from Internal improvement land Interest 

fund B.2W.32 

Internal Iiiipror«ni*n( Idind Knnil— 

Principal paid on land contracts H.no\00 

Sale of timber 4.0(10.08 

■■teraal ImproTpiDcnt Land InterFSt FBud^ 

Interest on Virginia bonds I llO.oi) 

Interest on deferred stumpage drafts H7ii.2n 

Interest on land contracts 4,021. 2S 

State Inatllnlions Fnnd— 

Principal paid on land contracts 14,703.7" 

Sale of plnp timber :t:i.3i;0.TK 

Mineral leuaes and contracts 1. 775.00 

State Institutions Interest Fnnd— 

Interest on land contracts « J.3. 110.70 

Interest on Virginia bonds l.IMiO.OO 

Interest on bank deposits (transfer from revenue fund) 1.50^.70 

Sn-nmp I.BBd Pnnd — 

Sale of lands for right of way, etc 12211.75 

Sale of timber 10.402.13 

Grata Insiteetlon Fnnd— 

Inspection fees t2O5.000.On 

Interest on bank dcposlla 84.85 

□rand total ] 

Less transfers from: 

Revenue fund $7,100.5.^ 

Soldiers' relief fund 20.000.00 

Internal Improvement lanu Interest fund H.248.32 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



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atttta treaaurer's account, for depoaits lost In Pill- 
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188,188.00 
1113.640.10 


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1878,688.18 


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11,340,015.44 




16,200.00 


G»er>l DDlvenllr FoBd- 


1398,030.4- 




1308.930.47 
14,873.00 


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6,248. !<2 




16,301.43 

lUT ,030.80 

1450.50 

130.40 

1200.922-67 
10,034,109.17 


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107,030.80 


State Inatltatlona Intereat Fond— 


1450.30 


Biramp I^nd Fnad- 

Total warrants redeemed 


I30.4O 


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113,040.10 
870,886-18 

■ 8,"200."00 
398.703.36 

27;9oi>:oo 

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Revenue 

8otdiers' Bellet 

Funding tax 

Permanent school 

General school 

Permanent university.. 



State i— 

State Institutions : 

Bwarap land 

Grain Inspection - 



53,703.3; 

80,9^ 

121 ,K 

1,056.33 



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Mj.818.34 
B.996-99 
3.110.01 
0,239.72 
15,498.57 
3,918,64 
9,568.35 



53,693,596.19 
81.817.21 
123,218.42 
1,<K»,882.0G 
1,150.914.40 
52,297.60 
343,409.60 



4,110,76 
10,688.88 
203,084.85 



I',ffl.72 
169,873.81 
23.819.54 



■ 817.79 

'8,ST3l32 
1.646.70 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 




N 



S|l| 



Hi 




„Goo>^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RECEIPTS INTO THE TREASURY FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 
31, 1002. 

State, Koneral 11.042. ft29.S4 

SUte. school and university T08.TG9.5T 

Railroad companies l,6Se.296.1M 

TeleBraph and telephone companies T0.flfll.23 

Insurance companies 21S.515.68 

Eipresa companies 18,893.81 

Sleeping car companies 481.06 

Freight line companies 1.81O.00 

Tonnage on vessels 0,791.58 

Inheritances 6,077.01 

Departmental earnings, teea. Ones and miscellaneous re- 
ceipts fl23.203.Bo 

Stale Institutions, receipts and earnings (Including prison 
revolving fund, binder twine collections, federal aid 

to university, soldiers' home, etc.) BS8.OI14.05 

Sales of timber on state lands 324,991.110 

Mineral leases and contracts 26,010.00 

Royalty on Iron ore 10.501.80 

Principal paid on land contracts 783,773.07 

Principal paid on school district, county, city, townsnlp 

and village bonds 186.352.00 

Repayment of seed grain loans 21,403.01 

Repayment of Russian thistle loans 1U3.06 

Interest on land contracts 323,501,56 

Interest on trust fund Investments 262,337.30 

Interest on school district, county, city, township and 

village bonds 88.141.80 

Interest on bank deposits 24.982.58 

Redemrllon of bonds 53.000.00 



- 17,605,443.04 



Rcvenne Fnnd— 

State, proportion of collections credited to this fund.. 1347,06^.77 

Railroad companies 1.860.296.94 

Telegraph and telephone companies 79.001.23 

Insurance companies * 216.515.68 

Express companies 1&B03.01 

Sleeping car companies 481.66 

Freight line companies 1.810.00 

Tonnage on vessels 9.701.68 

Inheritances 6,077.01 

1 

Departmental Fees, Fines and Miscellaneous Receipts. 

Insurance companies tSS,S3G.OO 

L,oan and trust companies 65.00 

State banks 3,32S.OO 

Incorporations .■ 40,555.00 

National guard 92.86 

Dairy and food commission 8,606.03 

(iame and Hsh commission 1,454.58 

Secretary ot state 1,783.6S 

Public eiaminer 90B.50 

Dictionaries 8.002.26 

Hunters' licenses '. 2,066.86 

Grass sales 4,108.17 

Reform school rents, etc 806,52 

Receipts from U. S. account moneys due the state (or 
furnishing troops and material for volunteers In 

the Spanish- American war 20,762.66 

Receipts from Insurance companies for return pre- 
mium on cancelled lire Insurance policies on state 

Institutions properties 19.565.62 

Proceeds from sale of :£IH> state capltol commissioners' 

certlflcates of Indebtedness 200.000.00 

Miscellaneous 2,927.40 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Hepayment of Beed Gratn Loans. 


21.313.48 




Loan of l«ll 

Loan of l«W 














t21,403.Dl 




no3.oo 




n03.0B 


SlBte InBtltutlons ReceiDts and BarninRB. 


tl,5ai.39 

2.4t0.»e 
t,2.',S.25 

7.2ira.a7 

].I0e.87 

1,843.31 
9I4.0a 

iSS 

S81.3e 

3.053:88 
881.814.17 
10.052.44 






Bt. Peier sUte hospital 








School for the feeble-minded 




























State reformatory 






1787.034.58 


Interest on bank deposlta 






1-^S 




133.70 








SoldlerB' Relict Pand— 

State tax, proportion of collections credited to thla 


M,001,177.18 


Soldlera- home, receipts 

Miscellaneous 


1!:!S 


tss,eoi.68 




»I29,(I0T.3S 




»129,907.a8 




t6ee,6M.8i 

10,661.80 
53,000.00 

ise,a32,o& 

400.00 
87.29 


















Principal paid on school district, clly, county And 

township bonds 

Miscellaneous 

Transfer from genera] school fund 






1649,728.88 
206,553.53 

66,460,70 
366.34 

'iSS 

24,706.00 
2,700.00 

5.1^.Sg 
120.00 

90.075.00 
4,500.00 

SS:S 




Interest on land contracts 

Interest on school district, city, county and township 








Interest on trust funds, as (ollowa: 




































270 M Tennessee 4^s 













.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIENNIAL EBPOHT 



MUcellaneoua 277.B0 

Transler from revenue fund for Intereat on bank <3e- 

pOBlts 4,00n.Tl 

Tranofer from general university (und Q.OD 

Pennaneiit CnlTcraltr I>h>iiil— 

Principal paid on land tontracls MB.2.-.2.24 

Bale ot timber on university lands 868.93 

Mineral leases and contracts 6,030.00 

OeaerBl UulTerBlty Fnsd— 

State tax, proportion of collections credited to this 

fund .- tUB.OM.ffl) 

Interest on land contracts 30,080.18 

Interest on trust funds, as follows: 

42 8-10 M Alatmnia 6s 2,14B.0O 

80 H Massachusetts 3s :.4im.0O 

242 H Hlnnesotk funding 3Us 8,540.00 

80 H Tennessee SKs 3.000.00 

SSeHVlrginla Ss 10,600.00 

ISlHDelaware 3s 3,930.00 

Minnesota village bonds 1,681.16 

University, attendance tees 103,T21,5C 

Government aid. Morrill bill 25.000.00 

Oovernment aid, Hatch bill Ifl.OOO.OO 

Sales from : 

Enperimental station 11.167.99 

School ot agriculture 7.736Ja 

Minnatonta fruit larro 2.088.36 

Receipts from dental infirmary 6.130,00 

Miscellaneous (includes M43.20 collected by the attor- 
ney general from the AUemanla Bank of St. Paul 

for deposit belonBlng to experimental station) 1,S08.54 

Transfer from revenue fund account legislative appro- 
priation, lijoa 33.000.00 

Transfer from revenue fund (or interest on bank de- 
posits C06.16 

Internnl Imiirvveinent Fand— 

U, S. government lor G per cent on cash sales of puu- 

lic lands in Minnesota 110,107.18 

Transfer from Internal Improvement land intereet 

fund 7.494.T8 

lalernal Inpravement Land I>^nd— 

Principal paid on land contracts «7,040.e8 

Sale of timber K3.00 

Mineral lease 25.00 

laterBBl Impravemenl I/AHd Interest Fnnd— 

Interest on land contracts 14,816.26 

Interest on trust funds, as follows; 

55 M Virginia 38 l.lSfl.OO 

23MLoulslann 4s ,' OiO.OO 

Transfer from revenue fund. lor interest on bank de- 
posits 311.24 

Stale iBstltntloas Pnad— 

Principal paid on land contracts tl7,T03.18 

Mineral leases and conlracts 4,1IT.23 

State InslltntloBR Interest Fand— 

Interest on land contracts 18,017.77 

Interest on trust funds, as follows: 

100 M Virginia 3s 3.OO0.0O 

3B M Louisiana 4s 1,520,00 

Transfer from revenue fund for Interest on bank de- 
posits 683.13 

SvTBinp Land Fand— 

Sale of right of way 174.80 

Sale of timber 0,430,66 

Mineral leases and contracts. 187.50 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE). 



Revenue fund 

General school fund...... 

Oeneral university fund.. 



FOR THE FISCAL 



"•»•—• r-.d- 


13.688.999 83 




Transfers to: 

General school fund 


«.9«e.7i 




Intemal Improvement land Interest fund 


SI1.M 










•vldlen' Reltet Paad— 










W8,lSB.9a 






ni6.118.07 
(1,232.442.27 


Pernaacnt School Pand— 

Total warrants redeemed 

OcBeral School Pund- 


,. tl,Ki2.442.27 


Transfer to pennnnent school fund 


67.29 




PenaancBt Vnlvcrsltr Paad— 


tdl.n2.50 


I81.712.60 


General Ilnlversltr Pond— 














t402.5D7.6I 


iBterwil ImpFovement Pond— 








»17.905.05 


iBtemal ImproTemeat l^ad Pnnd— 








HB.S33.75 


lalaraal Improvemeat Land Interest Pnnd- 




Transfer to Internal Improvement fund 




r.6O0.5O 


State Insdintluns Pand- 




State Institnllons Interest Pnnd- 




t3S.O0O.0O 


Swamp 1-nd Paad- 




13,809.24 






(108.68 
















(220,662.90 








»7.ai2,061.13 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



ss transfers to: 






General school fund 


AKi 










Internal Improvement land IntereM fund 

State institutions Interest fund 


311.24 
083.13 


M6.111.01 
17.202.950.12 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



¥m>D. 


ODtBttmd- 
AaB.l,!901. 


.&"&',. uja. 


SWSSS 


Revenue 


'"••SS 


38,000.00 38,000.00 
3,809.24 3.809.24 

228,951:79 229.529!2C 














7,680.00 
6.20 


21,139.17 




















































i,(ss.2i 










fl26.6S8.6B 


»7.2i4,310.20 »7,202.«0.12 







^. 


eol^ted 
Ang.1,1901. 




Paid during 


.«,« 




2B.818.S4 


*• 084 690 2< 


"iJ-?;^^ 














1,231 
SO 
373 
10 

'i 

4f 


»8:4| 

775;e 

M2.61 

il 










2,860.66 




Internal improvement land 


816.79 


816.79 




81.BB 
























1424.491.06 


17,306,642.16 




tSU!,68e.27 









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BIENNIAL REPORT 



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= si B 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



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BIENNIAL REPOBT 



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alfl 1 = = 3 a "■■■ 



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i 

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2 


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It 


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.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Railroad COMrAnia 



Bralnerd & Nortbern Minn 

ChlcaBO. B. & Q 

ChleaKo Great Wealern. . . | 
Chi., Milwaukee & Bt, Paul. 
Cblcaso & North- Western. 

Chi., St. P., M. ft O 

Dubuque & Sloui Ctty. . 

Duluth Belt Line 

Duluth & Iron Range 

Duluth, MlBsabe & Northern 
Duluth -& Northern Minn . . . 
Dul., Red Wins & Southern. 
Dul.. South S. & Atlantic'. 

Duluth Transfer 

E:asCern RaHway 

Qreen Bay & Weatern 

Iowa Centra! 

Minneapolis Eastern 

MlnneapollB & St. Louis... 
M.. St. P. A Sault Ste. M., 

Mlnneaota Transfer 

Hlnnesotj ' 
Mlnnesot 



a & North WlB. . 



r Co.. 



RallwB 

Red l..ake Tranapor 

Bo-Jth St. Paul Belt Lln< 
Bplit Rock Sc Northern,. 
Union Depot & Trans., still. 
WlUmar & Sioux F " 
Winona Bridge.... 
Winona A Western 

WlBconsIn Central 

Wis.. Minnesota & PacIAc, , 
Totals 



1946.31 

31S,98(I.3T 
S94.420.fll . 

187.T58-8fl 
93T,T4S.lfl 



i»7,n«0.«l 
48,0f- '- 
8,803,li- 



3,12B,ft«7.Tl 
118,887.78 
43.469.43 



13,H.'i.0fl| . . 
afl.257.Te 
10,05.1,ftS7.08 



I 157,000.614.311 (1,4- 



321,09 

1,-il.ei 

130,222.2* 



1,304.08 
I17.0S 
1,072,78 



291.46 
2.043.96 
82,f«0.15 



l.aZ'i.lB 

301.616.61 

4,480.65 

136,56 

203.36 
360.91 
23,503.00 
20L93 
3,643.B9 
S.B27.82 
9.656.07 



■dovGooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



RAILROAD TAXES. , 

LEDQER ACCOUNT FOR THE TEAR BNulPiG JULY SI, 190L 



Railroad Cohpanibs. 




Tax« (or 

I9I». 


*S2d°' 


Balance. 
July^fl90l. 






7.409.50 
20,104.1- 

ass 

43.060.04 

1.219.83 
2,027.41 

130,222.28 
08,485.46 

75a 86 






















(13. 176.30 


n3,]7e.6o 






7,400.50 

43|6G«!54 
6B;485.'45 












35,781.81 














S'S5.m',.'Sl.V.::: 


ea>.3i 


2.6^;S4 














































96.15 






•■ill 
'i'i 

us 

4,040.03 

7,307.05 


58.17 

'•IK 

if 
'•ii 






40.22 




























































5,080.58 




J9.8S*.70 
ia,72.'i..'il 
1,233.98 




St. Paul Union Depot 






















1.273.8S 


1.273.08 










Totals 


191,481.28 


$1,441,307.17 


tl.439,S49.24 


103.520.21 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



KAILROAD TAXES. 
LEDGEB ACCOUNT FOR THE YEAR BNDINQ JULY 31, 1902. 



RAII.BOAD OoHPAKIBS, 




Tuesfor 

mi. 


p«id. 


JolTa,^. 






»S:ffiS 


3,a2T.fl2 




Chi.. Milwaukee & SI. P... 


•sssa 
''si 

soaiai 


113,178.50 


Mliineai«.ll3 & St. Louis .... 


^668.24 






















































1M,581.01 


4,4S0.«g 
233!at 

8,MT'.7! 
62,S3l! 
B0,eGT.3 

8,830. 
































8ee.M 

62,581.35 

31 
■ass 

S.SSO.ST 




























































































54.402. 
1.012'. 

"SI 

1.304. 
































































Totals 






|03.S2e.21 


t].6se,aeo.ori 


|I.65B,298.M 


193,612.32 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



TELEGRAPH COMPANIES' REPORTS. 



NAMB or COKPIHT. 


M 


Is- 


ill 


II 


1» 


'4 


TaxeB. 


w«t-™n 


m 


i.sast 


B.0B0.78 


«»,a)o 


•'■■S'ffiS 


U-g 


»!:SSS 
















m 


8.502 


B.ow.ra 


ai,s!oo 


»l,U7(i>IOO.OO 


84.J0 









WentaniUiii 


970 


I.ffiO 


G.UI.TS 


21,188 


tl.OOD.OOO.OO EG 

loo.ooo.flol n 


ISS 


















«70 


Z.B80 


S,141-Ta- 


8i.«a« 


(1.100,000.00 1 26 









.ds.Goo>^Ic ■ 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



TELEPHONE COMPANIES' REPORTS. 
COMPANIES DOING BUS1^'ESB IN THK STATE, SHOWING GROSS EARN- 
INGS OP EVERT NATURE AND KIND, FOR THE YEARS ENDING NOV. 
ao, leOD and 1901. 1 (CHAPTER 3U. LAWS OF 1897.) 



Nun or Cohpaht. 


forlWir 


Tu at 
PorOont. 


GroM 
for I9oP 


Tax Bk 

Per Cent. 








tllB.OD' 


(3.49 




230.50 


8.02 






telm TSffi" ' .ISJT'*- ■■•:::: 






as 

Z.42-'S.»0 
2.S7IS.34 
2.2S8.25 




























Cltliens' Telephone (Faribault) 


2,062, 7( 

4;S88:i( 
405.86 


TIB* 

131.4( 
13.98 










412.00 

Lflosls; 










SOO.W 


llg 














225.51 


8.76 




Fergus Telephone 

Foiman Telephone 

FoBHton Telephone 


aolio 












2:mV.« 

1.429.K 
2.087.01 


s 


HIllBbnro. Duane. Caledonia A Shelley 








135.82 

62:ei 




2,003.00 
8,652.18 


J1.3J 

258.50 


LItchneld Telephone Eichange 




'SI? 

768.7S 
13.423.60 








Ulnnesota Central Teiephoiie' (WilVmar]' '. 


1 .313!2l 
11.814.73 


21,87 
340.29 

or^s 

30.08 


S?8 




2.4S1.20 


74.64 
73.5* 




MoUDtaln Lake Telephone 

Mower County Farmers' Telephone 


1,024.06 

429.71 

8.686.44 

13.211.76 

■fa 


33.n 




s.eo 


30.75 






2.808.24 




M6-iS 






871.80 


26.is 


f^n 


Norlhern Minnesota Telephone 

NorthweBtem Telephone Eichange 

Owatonna Telephone Exchange 

Park Region Telephone Exchange 

People's Telephone 


■4x1 

2!58o!« 
8,388.02 


B8,00 

18,069.08 

118.01 

251.61 


777.781 86 

4.011,91 

lOlOKKSC 

1,836.'3: 
1,308.62 
6,8T0,Bf 

4:11 


23,832.00 
9B:13 




1.836.12 


5i5.68 






^M 




2,200.88 


66.18 




Sauk Centre Telephone 


79.68 
105.88 




13l324:4t 


B5.5( 
389.72 








*1-iS 


Steele County Telephone 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIBNNIAL REPORT 



TBLSPHONK OOHPANIB8' KBPOBTS-CoiUinaed. 



SAMM or COHPABT. 


M- 


Tax at 
Per Dent. 


»" 


Tax at 
PerCmt. 








2,B21;B8 
1S.T02.S0 

8e.4ie.u 












B.90e.2T 


12.63 
es.4Z 






























12.8M.92 
21.44BJil 


87.16 
















Totals 


t8a},9ee.9ol 


»25.»7fl.72 


n.l31.S90.SS (83,939,(10 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



TAX ON BXFRB8S COMPANIES FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 81, 1900. 
Chapter 30B, Laws of 18»T, as amended by Chapter 817, LawB of 1889. 



Name ot Oompany. 


ii«C«lptiL 


Le»B Paid 
RallTDBdOoa 


Taxable 
Itootdpta. 


«-6S. 


. 


IS 

izoliealM 


IS 

III 




1313.43 






















Weateni 




Tnt.l. 





















TAX ON BXPSBBa COMFANIK fOB THB YSAR ENDING DECBHBSR SI, 1901. 
Chapter 308, I^wa o( IS&T, aa amended by Chapter 124. Lawa ot 1801. 



Name of Oompany. 


Total Oroas 
Becelpta. 


Leas Paid 


Taxable 
Receipts. 


State Tax 
6 Per Cent. 




ite;B48:ec 

is|4fl8!s3 
lB,Sai.2T 




lSt,43e.S6 

10,844.90 
386.88 






Si 


1 


1 





















































Grosa racelptB within 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 

tSSISSSStSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS :SS8SS8S 

"S3SS8888S8S5SS8SS88SSS88Sr^S8$8S8S 

'8SS8888S85SSSSSSSS88SSS«SlfifS8SS8 
g§SSS8««SS'«|SS3SsS4SaiSSS'S'SS'SSSSSS 

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AUDITOR OF STATE, 



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8 


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8 


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72 BIENNIAL REPORT 

INHERITANCE 

PATHBtns INTO THE TRKA8UBY FBOM TAXB8 ON GIFTS, INEBBITANCR8. 
IWe, OOLLECTED UNDBB OHAFTBR 866, 1901. 

D&teot I 
PkT' Nam of AoinsmBAma. 



Sept. . 
Oct. SO 

Nov, " 



Dec V, 

Deo. 16 

Dec 23 

1002. 



S. CoDrlglit 

Cha». L. Miller 

. Mary Murphy 

* H. Schmidt 

.6 Kate D, Borr 

8 Clarence H, Borr 

" W. C. JohnBon 

Nlcholai Borman 

Aale Halvorson 

Harlan P. Roberts 

John A. Vye: 

Betsey C. Newcomb. . 

Clinton MorrlBOD 

Henry Meier. Jr 

Geo. R. Wagner 



. _. „. King , 

4 C. O, Grefsrud 

. " ry W. SenkbleM 

5 Hana O. Sanden 

T Alexander Porter Baker, Jr.. 

9 Peter Haacheld 

H Otto K. Steen 

B Bllcabeth M. and J. W. Koop 

J V. Button 

e Frank K. Wade 

B Betay QUbertaon 

J. J. Brewer 

7 Adolph Dreblow 

3 W. H. Wheeler 

8 Henry L. Blmone 

B John Prendergaat 

S H. H. Hanion 

Agnea Gradwohl 

1 S. A. Bead 

5 Andrew Beat 

n D. H. Bamett 

T Albert Lewla Bperry 

2 Margaret Karrell 



. Mantorvllle . . 

. Mantorvllle . . 

, Luverne 

. St. Cloud 

. . Caledonia 

. Minneapolis . 

. St. Paul 

,, HInneftpolls . 

. Hlnneap(4la . 

. Buffalo 

. . Minneapolis . 



. Bteele 

^odfe :::::: 

. Houston 

. Hennepin . . . 

. Hennepin . . 
. Hennepin . . 

. Wright 

. Hennepin . . . 

. Hennepin . . . 
. Otter Tall... 

. Qoodhue 

. Houston 

. Watonwan . 



. Bralnerd.. .... 

, MlnneapoIlB . 

Minneapol Is , 

Granite Falls 

Detroit 

' Blue Earth... 

Faribault 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 

Blue EartK... 

New Ulm.... 

Minneapolis iHenoepln 

. Rochester 'Olmsted 

. liUVeme 'Rock .. 

. Owatonna eteele .. 

.[Alexandria 'Douglas 

,.i3t. James Watonw 



Crow Wing 

Hennepin 

Hennepin 

Yellow Medicine... 

FarlbWult 

Rice 

Hennepin 

Hennepin 

. Faribault 



Apr. 2S 

May 6 

May ' 
May 

May 

May .„ 

May 12 

May :• 
May 

May I. 

May IT 



May 2S A 
May :» E 



Gunhlld Plkop., '.'.!'.. ".'.'.'. 

Ralph D. Qlllett :... 

Daniel D. Williams 

M. A. Overlie 

M. A, Overlie 

G. H. Roes 

W, B. White 

H. Hllleshelm 

Edgar Melendy 

Edgar Melendy 

Mary H. Elliot 

Catherine H. Halloran. .. 
Walter L. and Chas. H. 1 



T J. O. Johnson 

T Caroline Schultz. . 
Katherlne Wise.. 



July 17 
July 23 
July 28 



il. M. Langland 

Evnngpllne B. T. Whipple... 

Isabella Slvrlght 

Maria Hubertma Senden 

W. E. Thomas 

Henry Harmeler 



MlnneapoIlB . 
Elbow Lake.. 
Minneapolis . 



Minneapolis . 
Minneapolis . 

MankHto . 



. Hennepin . . . 
.. Blue ^arth. . 



. Wabasha .. 
. Wabasha .. 
. Hennepin . . 



Mankato iBlue Earth.. 



Hitnderson . 



Owatonna . 
Henderson . 
Wabasha ... 



Marshall 

Uankalo 

Marshall 

Fergus Falls. . 



' Blue Earth.. 

' Blue Earth.. 

■ ■ McLeod 

'- Steele 

■ . Sibley 

. Wabasha ... 

. Swltt 

. Blue Earth.. 

• Redwood ... 

. Rock 



.1 collections for th« y 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 73 

TAXES. 

DffYISBB. K^lTBgTS AND LBOACISe. FOB THE FISCAL TBAB BNDINQ JULY 61. 
AND OBAPTBR B, EXTRA BKeSION 1902. 






. it.t_. 

rtttooriand GPerCent 
SPerCent. Dlaccmnl. 



Sophia Drake 

Frederick K. Wright 

Not Given , 

AuKust Grunkle 

Frederick O, Borr 

Frederick G, Borr , 

Godfrey A. Johngon 

Peter Borman 

HarkBD E. Kleland 

Mary Jane Byera 

Otto LugKer 

SQas Newcomb 

Henry B. Whltmore 

Henry Meier, 3r 

James H, Wagner 

Eliza Savory 

A. A. Sasn 

Christian Senkblehl 

Ole O. Sanden 

Alexander Porter Baker, Bi 

I»eonard Haacheld 

Kaud K: Steen 

Beverin Koop 

JOHlah Dutton 

WIHlara Ml Wade 

Gilbert Gllbertaon 

AuKellna Brewer 

DanelJa rireblon 

John B. Wheeler 

Hetry Bt-Jckmar 

Herbert A. Wlnilow 

l^rs H. WlBley 

Peter Gradwohl 

Brolly A. Carr 

WllUam Cook 

Elizabeth J. Bamett 

Roxle O. Sparry 

Frederick Karrell 

John Peter Scfaeti 

Joseph IrftasasB 

H. H. UattdBOn 

Christian Evensan 

August Tost 

Jamea M. Healey 

Anders O. Plkop 

Uarmer U Qlllett 

David J. WlUlaraH 

Lars J. Aaker 

Lara J. Aaker 

JudaB Nenhort 

Robert W^blte 

A. Hllleshelm 

Azabah Helendy Colby 

Azabah Helendy Colby 

AdolpbusT. Elliot 

Thomas Halloran 

Harriet E. Badger 

Johanna M. Mullen 

John Delger 

Kittle Rmmuaeen. '.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

WllUam Johnson 

Idceboi^ Johnson 

John SchultE 

Ferdinand Wise 

Christen T. Telcn 

Anton Sotaorn 

Charles Croft 

Albert Barck , 

Marietta Mahoney 

Henry Benjamin Whipple. . 

James Slvrlght 

William H. Senden 

Anaon H. Thomas 

Wm. Harmeyer 

te.0TT.01. 



tie,e23.zT 

e,3B8.1T 
IS.OM.IS 



1.690.40 
1.S52.00 
22.602.00 



2,310.00 

6,2TS.eo 

8,7T3.00 



12,488.^ 
10,000.00 
34,023.00 
T,424.Se 
4,18T,3a 
8.263.41 
12,306,13 
86,16T.OO 
11,3M.10 
2,804.81 
T,080.00 
404.00 
.276.05 



7.t». 



876.28 
8,520.73 
8.58S.eT 
T6,10T.OO 
21,203.00 
11,960.06 
SG1.30 
60,006.00 

6,i4e.Ha 

4,812.66 



tioe.23 

63.93 
130.54 
1T.64 
35.S0 



10..37 

23.10. 
52.75 



as. 20 

86. SH 
T61.0T 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



INSURANCE TAXES. 
PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FOR TAXEfl COLLECTED BY THE IN- 
SURANCE COMMISSIONER, FOR THE YEARS BNDINQ JULY 31, IBUl. 
AND JULY 31, 1002. 

DOMESTIC FIRG COHPANIBa. 



riean Jol>t atoeic Coupaalei^ 



.Altna, Connecticut 

AsTlcultural, New Tork 

AUemania. Fire, Fennaylvanla. . 
American, Maaaacbusetts 

1, New Jersey 

1 Central. MlB»ourl,... 






1 FJre, New 



, PenoBylvanm. . 

encan, lUlQOlB 

lenla, Pennsylvania. 



■lea. New York.. 



Buffalo German. New Tork 

Caledonian American, New York.. 

Capital Fire. Hev Hampshire 

CltUbiu', Missouri 

Cllliens', New York 

CUIzena'. PetinBylvanla. . 
Colonial ABHur " — 






Fire, 



York.. 

Union Fire, New York. . 
1th, New York 



Coi 



, Wl800n»ln 

: Fire, Connecticut 

lolLdated Fire & Marine, Minnesota. . 



e Island. . 



Continental New York.. 

Delaware, Pennsylvania 

Detroit Fire & Marine. Michigan.. 
Eagle Fire Company, New York.... 

Eastern, New York 

Empire City, New York 

Equitable Fire ft Marine. F 

Brio Fire, New York 

Farmers' Ftre. Pennsylvania 

Plre Association of Philadelphia. Pa 

Fire Insurance Co., Co. of Philadelphia. 

Fireman's Fund, California 

Firemen's, Maryland 

Flremen'H, New Jersey 

Franklin Fire, Pennsylvania 

Frankfort American, New York 

German, Illinois 

German Alliance. New York 

German American, New York 

German Fire. Pennsylvania 

Olrard Fire & Marine. Pennsylvania 

Glens Falls, New York 

Globe Rutgen. ,r{ew York.. 



ra-w"?.'. 



i. New York 

Hartford Fire, Connecticut 

Home, New York 

Home Fire, Maryland 

Home Mutual. California 

Indemnity Fire. New York 

Ina. Co. of North Am., Pennsylvania 

Ins. Co. o( the. State o( Illinois 

Ins. Co. o{ the State of Pennsylvania 

International. New York 

Kings County Fire, New York 

Lafayette Fire, New York 

Liverpool & London &. Globe, New York . 

Lumbermen's. Pennsylvania 

Magdeburg F'— "-— ■" — '- 



119.22 
117.67 
453.20 



1M2. 

IBBSS 

187.68 

1,320.46 

053.07 

"Vls'oT 
" "aHJB 



M.3a 










2ia.2a 




















tt&2.2T 
































71,81 














1.843.87 


1,818,33 






1,322.52 


1,616.»T 


















1.402.70 


1.674.84 






1.527.22 


1,780.10 










420.73 










.«!« 














3, 24.80 


8,852.68 














2. -^.31 

























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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



INSUBANCE TAXIS.— Continued. 



lAB J»liit Stock CoMy»iil«B.^CatitlBac)l. 



IMl. 



MechanlCB", PennaylvanlB 

Hercantlle Fire & Marine. Uaaaachu setts 12t.39 

MerchantH'. New Jersey 368.85 

Michigan Fire & Marine, Mlctalgan auG.UU 

Millers' National, Illlnole I,BS3.28 

Milwaukee Fire, Wlacongln 418.10 

Milwaukee Mechanlca', WlBcODBln l.SWM 

Mutual Aid, Iowa 32,01 

National Plre, Connecticut 1,748.44 

National Standard. New York... 1H7.48 

National Union, Diatrlct of Columbia 144.T6 

National Union, PennB/lvanla. 

Newark Plre, New Jerse? 135.08 

New Hampahlre. New Hampatilre .-. 894.32 

New Tork Plre, New York 1B3.01 

North German Fire, New York 133.74 

Niagara Fire. New York 657.24 

Northern Insurance Co.. New York «7.15 

Northwestern National, Wisconsin 2,BfiT.20 

Orient. Connecticut 

Pacific Fire. New Tork 403.50 

Pelican Asaurance, New York 104.35 

Pennaylvanla Fire, Pennsylvania 7T2.78 

rlienlx, New York 1.735.37 

PtWenli, Ctinhectlcut 1,320.40 

Providence Washington. Rhode Island 500.1T 

Queens Ins. Co. of America, New York 062.54 

Reading Fire, Pennsylvania 265,25 

Reliance, Pennsylvania 229.46 

Rochester German. New Tork 413.44 

St. Paul Fire & Marine, Minnesota 4.687,99 

Sea & Lake, West Virginia 

Security, Connecticut 1.145.11 

Springfield Fire & Marine, Hassachusetts 1.574,52 

Spring Garden, Pennsylvania 857.07 

Teutonla, Louisiana 300,00 

Teutonia Fire. Pennsylvania 136.20 

TradetB", Illinois BU8.79 

Union, Pennsylvania 123.12 

United Fire. Maryland 298.64 

United Firemen's, Pennsylvania 2U.34 

United States Fire. New York 188.53 

United atates Lloyds 337,39 

Victoria Plre, New Tork 47,24 

Westchester Plre. New York 738,38 

Western. PenneylvaDta 213,03 

Western Und. Ass'n, Illinois (Incorp.) laM.ee 

WIllianisburKh City .Fire. New York 218.18 

Totals 168.897, 13 



131.10 

S54.47 
359,69 
968.17 
239.09 
1.390.60 

■"iV86',6c 

280.00 

ioe.i4 



' 469.35 

83.23 

3,177.73 

1,328.10 



645,31 

5,364,32 
467,55 



338.75 
153,93 
619,36 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



1NBUBANC£ TAXES. -Con tinned. 

rORBHOn PIRB COMPANIBS. 



'arelB> Companlea — 

AaclieD & Munich Fire, Germany 

Atlas Aasurance. England 

BaJoiaa Fire. Swltzerlanil 

BrIUah American Assurance, Canada... 

Caledonian, Scotland 

Com. Union AsBurance, Ltd., England... 



Helvetia Swiss Flr& Switierland 

Imperial, Limited, BnElftnd 

Independent Mutual Marine, Enslsncl 

Lancashire, Englfuid 

Law Union & C. F. & L„ England 

Lion Fire, England 

Liverpool ft London ft Olobe, England 

London Assurance Corp., England 

London ft Lancashire FJre 

Magdeburg Fire, Oermany 

Mannheim 

Manchester Fire Assuranoe, England 

Marine, England 

National Assurance, Ireland 

Netherlands Fire, Holland 

North British & Mercantile, England 

North Qerman Fire, Qermany 

Northern Assurance, England '. 

Norwich Union Fire Ins. Soelely, England . 

Palatine, Limited, England 

Phceolx ABsuraAce, England 

' PrQMlan National. Qermany 

Reliance Marine, England 

Royali England 

Royal E:c- Assurance, England 

8ea. England 

Scottish Union ft National, Scotland 



Bvea Fire ft Lite, Limited, Sweden.. 

Bwltierland _ 

Thurlngla, Oermany 

Transatlantic Fire, Germany 

Union Assurance Society, England.. 

Union Marine, England 

Western Assurance, Canada 







t2S7.8S 


















































1S3.24 












































































i.sei.13 














































1,401.9T 


a,22o.9a 


31,346.19 


128,019.85. 



MVTVAI, FIHR COMPANIES. 



American Lloyds. New York 

Central Mnfra.' Mutual Flt«, Ohio 

Cltlzena' Fire AsBociatton. Minnesota. . 

Indiana Millers' Mutual Fire 

Michigan Millers' Mutual Fire 

Millers' Mutual Fire, Illinois 

Millers' ft Manufacturers', Minnesota. . 

Mill Owners' Mutual Fire, Illinois 

Minneapolis PIrc ft Marine Mut., Minn 

. Minnesota Farm Mutual, Minnesota... 

Mutual Creamery A Cheese 



tllS.M 
927:M 
270!86 


. 1»03. 

as 


SS 


ao'.-ii 










166.48 


SiS 


124.03 

is 


626. TO 


»4.3U1.19 


M,4eB.«8 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



LIFE INSURANCB COMPANIBS. 



Ijoa OoMPunai. 


LocaMon. 


1901. 


len. 






"si 


tS.TSl.BZ 






















R.R3S.43 

ISiS 
,S:SS 

2,28T.3U 
«4.34 














8.02T.29 




New Tork 

PhlUdelphla 














780.80 






















7G0.B2 














•5:S8S 

194.69 












DM^iT^ Coiumblk: 




Now EnKland Mutual 




^li 






•■•B.«»3;ii 

"■SS:S 

l.TBS.eS 














"'852:1: 

■.Si." 




San Fraaolsco 

Philadelphia 








PhUftdelphia 


1,608.73 

0Bi.a 

2,438.08 
1B2.00 
S42.ei 
Zie.27 

2.289.02 
4.029.08 

••s?s 


Provident Savings 












Blnghamton 

Philadelphia 


481 .SB 

■as 




































«81,Te3.41 


tefl.s5«-2a 







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8tcx:k, cabualtt, fidelity a 



3 TITLE COMPANIES. 



COMPABIM. 


Lo,..„. 


1801. 


IV&. . 






tST8.S9 

BSaST 

237.1; 

60,04 

igo.w 

72.W 


1583.77 


Anietican Bonding ft Trust Co 




















Cltjr Traet, Sate Depoait A Surety 

Employers' Liability CEng.) 


Philadelphia 




































82.B8 

'11 

412."tM 

l.«M!fi 

its! 71 
400.70 




Great Eaatern Casualty 








































































1,«W>.T0 
























































. 








tW, 471.17 









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AUDITOR or STATE). 



HISCBLLANBOUS. 
n BuBlnesB Placed In Unautborlied Comitanles. 





Location. 


IWl. 


IVS. 


Noyra Bros & Cutlar 




11 

islai 

is 

.11 

14.40 






















































































Totals 


1342.71 


l28e.M 



HBCAPTTULATION. 





Location. 


leoi. itot. 






(88,807.13 

Hi! 

i4:4Ti:n 

S42.T1 


(T3,0T1.BT 














?5:K 


BtocH. oaBualty, fldetlty A title companlet 













(201,327.77 


(216,516.88 










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BIENNIAL REPORT 



PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FROU FEES COLLECTED BT THE IN- 
SURANCE COMMISSIONER FOR THE TWO YEARS ENDING JULY 31. 
1002. 



J. A. O'ShauKhnc 



'. Com mlBBl oner, fees collected as f< 



JunA 28. 
July SO. 



Feb. 6, 
Mar. 11. 

April S. 





sa'„' 






















aa (ollows: 


ollected 

















































PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FROM TAXES ON VESSEL TONN 
ON INTERNATIONAL WATERS, AS PROVIDED BT CHAPTER 221. C 
ISBG, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1901. 



1900. 

Aug. : 

Aug. '. 



May a. 
May 16. 
May 31. 

June is! 
June IT. 



No. of 
Draft. 

Joseph Bullion 40178 

Northern Steamship Co 40179 

Boston Coal Dock & Wharf Co 40181 

Alex. McDousal 4V231 

AleianUer Strand 4023B 

J, H. Jeffrey 4117T 

A. R. Porler 4122> 

O. H. Slmonds 412ai 

Simon Jeffrey 42»ei 

Geo. R. Roberts 43008 

H. D. Clow 430*5 

Peyton. Kimball 4 Barber 4ao0I 

S. E. Bumham 43107 

D. T. Helm 43113 

A. C. Mayo 43137 

Northern Steamahlp Co 4314T 

The Davidson BteamsKIp Co 43148 

Job. Bums 43149 

Mitchell & McClure 43IB7 

Lake MIcMsan & Lake Superior Transportation Co 43168 

Manltou Steamship Co 43168 

Northern Michigan Transportation Co 431T0 

John H. Norton.... 43172 

Charles R. Maples 43173 

Alex, B. Sinclair 43174 

Alex. H. Sinclair 43173 

Alex. R. Sinclair 4317H 

Alex. R. Sinclair 43177 

White Line Transportation Co 43IHT 

E. Jacques & Si-ns 43202 

James Magee 43203 

' Steamship Co 43204 



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No. of 

1900. Andltnr'H Dral 

June 27, B. T. WlllianiB & SanM *3217 

June ST. Wm. OaboTn 43218 

JUDe 29. Napoleon Grignon lS24e 

July 1. G. O. Flynn 48208 

July 3. Lake Tranalt Co 4326T 

July 3. AJex. R. Sinclair 43350 

July 5. Duluth DredKe & I>OCk Co 43360 

July 6. Canada AUantlc Transit Co 43230 

July 6. The Union TowlnB ft Wrecking Co 43233 

July a PlttsburBh Steamship Co 43237 

July 9. Thompeon TowiDB ft Wrecking Co., Duluth 48231 

July 8. Thompson Towing A Wrecking Co.. Duluth 43232 

July 9. Thompson Towing & Wrecking Co.. Duluth 43234 

July 9. Tho Thompson Towing A Wrecking Co 43235 

July 11. D. E. Stevens 4341B 

July 30. Butler-Ryan Co 43*45 

July 20. N. H. Witt 48447 

July 22. Plttiiburgh Stesraship Co 43449 

July 23. Boaton Coal Dock ft^Tiarf Co 43464 

July 24. J. W^. Mann 43477 

July 37. Duluth & Iron Range Railroad Co 43304 

July as. Capt. Walter 8. Lloyd 48512 

July 30. W. H. Blnger 43321 

July 30. H. I. Redmeyer 43322 

Total 



PAYMENTS INTO THE TRBASIIBT FROM TAXES ON VESSEL TONNAGE 
ON INTERNATIONAL WATERS, AS PROVIDED BY CHAPTER 224. O. L. 
1898, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JULY 311, 1902. 

No. of 

1901. Draft. Amount. 

M. J. Ryan ': 43547 (0.72 

Duluth Drtdge A Dock Co 13561 60.11 

Andrew R. Porter , 43562 " ■" 

Harlem Steamship Co 435T2 

Northern Steamship Co 43586 

Q. A. Ton-.Unson. agent 43714 



Aug. IB. 
Oct. a 

1902. 
Feb. 21. 
Feb. 21. 
Feb. SO. 
May 24. 
May 2a 
Hoy 27. 
May 2T. 
May 27. 

Hay 2a 

May 29. 
May 31. 

June ai. 

June 26. 

June 2& 
June at. 

June 2a 

July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



1 Jeflery, agent «620 



Northern Michigan Transportation Co 467T4 

Lake Michigan A Lake Superior Transp. Co 46775 

Mamtou Steamship Co. 46778 

C. O. Elynn 46T79 

Jo«eph Bums 48782 

Harry D. Clow 46787 

W. H. SJoger 48792 

Charles R. Maples 46654 

Mitchell & MoC-lure 46016 

Canada AtlinUo Transportation Co 46996 



James Magee 47010 

. Duluth Erredge A Dock Co^ 4701S 

The Jennesa 'Transportation Co 4T0U 

The Goshawk Transportauon Co 47016 

The Hopkins Transportation Co 47017 

William Osborn 47018 

N. H. Wilt 47082 






Sinclair. 



Peyton. Kimball A Barber 47t>80 

Lake Transit Co 4T007 

— ' Jaques 47O08 



51.00 

i3.oe 

DT.08 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Auditor's Draft. 



July 




is 
1 

T228 
T3U7 






DavlflBon ateaniBhlp Co. 










July . 


S"?:'S.,S^'.r'. ■.::;::;:.■::::■::;■■■::•:: 


''■H 


































Butler Brothers 

M. J,' Rya^n" ."!".'.v.v.'.'; ■;.■.■.'.'.■.■.■.;:.■.■.■.".■.".■.■.■.'.■.'.'.'.;;.■ 


lis 















PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FROM MILK LICENSES AND F 
COLLECTED BY THE DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSION FOR THE 1 
ENDING JULY 31. 1901. 



Auff. 

Sept. 



:. 18. U. £'. Luce, ludKc, OwatODna, One collected... 

ao. F. B. Jmw, clerk. Bralnerd, flne paid by R. r 



Hen- 



10.219 



22. H. 8. Huun, judite. Grand Rapids, One paid by 

John Metigen 40,236 

22. Dairy com ml sal oner, (or milk lIcenBea Issued to date 40,226 

23. Dairy cammlssloner, fine collected by John Ander- 

son, JudKB. Uhlen, from Atlantic cheese factory. 40.228 
28. Paul Kemp, clerk, Winona, tine paid by O. H. Grla- 



10. 



11. 



Dairy ei 
- H. Uai 
Malmqi 



40,9 



„ Judge, Bird Island, Hne paid by 

Isaac Ramsey 40,307 

Dairy commissioner, (or milk licenses Issued to data 40,318 
D. a. Forgry. clerk, Duluth, line paid by Cox Bros. 

ProvlHion Co 40,343 

. 14. Isaac Burfleld, Justice, Arlinxton, line paid by 

StreliButh Mercantile Co 40.384 

. 26. S. B. Mclntlre, Justice. Houston, line paid by K. B. 

Crosaby 40.460 

Fine paid by C. W. Anderson 40,400 

n. D. C. Dyer, Justice, Houtton. line paid by D. C 

Dyer 40,483 

8. F. E. JoerK. Juallce, Spring Grove, line paid by 

Mans Fladager 40,480 

Fine paid by Nelson & Tone 40,480 

Fine paid by Hoegh & Qually 40,480 

S. A. E. Allen, clerk court, Minneapolis, lines col- 
lected aa follows: 
J. H. McDonald } 



G. T. Freeman 

Andrew N. Mattaon.. 
Emanuel M. Karlen. , 



2S.00 
2B.00 
600.00 



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No. of 
Auditor's Dmft. 
fines collected aa 



, C. W. Klmberly, Justice. 

Pat UcCldry |2j.00 

Finish MercsTitlle Co 20.00 

Phflllps Humble 2S.O0 

Henry Blford 21.00 

William Haasel in.OO 



Total . 



.. tUB.Of 



Henry Iri'lng, Justice, New Auburn, fine paid by 

QibbB & Vaughan i 

" "--- icU, JuBtlee. Grand Meadow, flue paid by 



LK, juHtlce. e'ountain, fine paid by A.' 



. C. P. Bi 

Jolin Hudi 
. C. C. Piekerli 

Peterson 

Dairy commissioner, lor flnea collected aa followa: 

Kyseth ft KroBStad. lAneaboro 

Thompson ft Haveratad, Laneaboro 

Bauenson & Carlaon, Lanesboro . . . . 

Bauenaon & Carlaon, Lanesboro 

Anton Neas 

Peteraon Hardware Co 

Peteraon Hardware Co 

Thompaon. ft Agrimson 

T. A. Jackson 

H. P. Hill, Caledonia 

H. P. Hill. Caledonia 

Halem Mulnlx 

J. B. I.ammen & Co 

T. B. Colllna 

Dairy commiaslODer, flno paid by N. Hample «1,B<M 

N. E. Gaikil; JuHtlce, Stewartville. fine paid by H. 



L.. Bttllwel] . 



Jan. 2. A. 



Helen Burke 

J, C. Morrell 

F. C. Swanaon 

Oracencla Fladd . . 
aeorse A. Elliott., 



lark, Minneapolis, fines collected c 



Mary L. Crawford J I 

. R. J. Parker. Juatlce, Spring Valley, flne paid by 

Bwan Enbrlckson 40.T80 

. Henry Net!, deputy clerk. St. Paul, line paid by 

Matilda Tewes 40,792 

, Henry NcR. deputy clerk, St. Paul, fine paid by 

Crescent Creamery Co *),807 

. Dairy commissioner, milk licenses issued 1 ( 

Rosttand Center Creamery, add teat } 40.830 i 

Elmore Creamery ' Co., alkaline solution ) ( 

. C. 'W. Ktmberly, Justice. Bveleth. fine collected (no 



. 14. Ellas I^lst. Justice, Preston, flnea collected a 



roi- 



Cankey Bros 

Hard ft Kuethe. .. 

Gartner Bros 

Backman ft Rey.. 
Owen Klnsella .... 
Ole O. Lee. 



Feb. 28. 
Uar. II. 
UarrSa. 
Mar. 20. 
April 3. 

April 23. 



D. 8. Forgy. clerk, biiluVh.'flne paidby'carrieNei- 

son 40,(M9 

A. B. Allen, clerk. Minneapolis, fine paid by John 

H. McDonald 40,987 

F. M. Lawhead, Justice,. Mialey, fine paid by J. 

Shore 41,144 

D. L. Reynolds, Justice, BemldJI, fine paid by H. 

V. Schmidt 41,173 

Dairy oommlasloner, proceeds from sale of skim 

milk seized by department and sold by order ot 

municipal courts of St Paul and Minneapolis. . . 41.210 
John T, Wells. Justice, Breckenrldge. fines paid by 

Joseph Zettle 

Fine paid by D. H. Bennett 



.■ f «-2«8 i 



S3.00 
26.00 
25.00 



25.00 
2.^5.00 
35.«0 



60.00 
10.00 
25.00 

S00.0O 
25.00 



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May I 



Uay IS. 
May 2T. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



No. of 
Audttor'a Dratt. 
Geo. P. DIx. clerk, St, Paul, fine paid by J. B. 

Famacbon 42,SST 

Dairy commluloner. coUectiona aa follows: 

Liahe Benton Creamery, add test i ( 

Herman Stege, acid test I [ 

Welcome Creamery, alkaline eolutlon I I 

Wlnilow Creamery, Main's acid teat } 11.290 { 

Refund of frelsht at Duluth I 

Sunday llceoMe I I 

J. Q. Ross, clerk. Duluth. flne paid by Thoa. HoCre. 41.31Z 

Jobn Malloy. justice. Moorbead. flnea collected 42,S90 

Dairy commissioner, for uneipended balance for U. 

McKenney. clerk U. B. mipremo court .'....' 48,011 

John T. Wells, Justice, Brechenrldge. tines col- 
lected from D. H. Bennett and Joseph Zettle 13.016 

John Malloy, Justice, Moorhead, line paid by Charles 



B, A, Hailer 

Geo. Wlllougbby . 



a collected Wt (ol- 



( 



June 11. 
June 14. 
June 18. 



F, G. Thore } «■<•« \ 

J. W. Koehrman ) [ 

A. E. Allen, clerk, Minneapolis, flnea collected aa 

follows: 
M, Davis 1 I 

B, E.'WIrflU 

A, N. BeanMiT. 

Jobn Dahletrom > 43,I>M i 

John Halhle I 

Henry Jeub 

K. Aslesen 

K, O. Petersen > 1 

O, Gleasbrenner 1 ( 

P. W. Krans 

F. M. Olasoe I I 

Oeorgre L. I*iU „ > 4S,f«* { 

J. B. Hanson 

August Kohler I 

G. B. Gibson ' 1 

T. A. Sullivan. Judge. E. Grand Forks, line paid by 

B. Ameson and John M. Tarang 43,082 

B. J. Johnson, Justice. Fergus Falls, fine collected. . 4S,0eS 

Dairy commlsBloner. Une paid by O. C. Nelson 43,00S 

Dairy commlraloner, flne paid by A, T. Nelson 43,120 

Geo. P. Cowing, juattce, Fergus Falls, flne paid by 

Zimmerman Bros 43.1S6 

F. E, aarney, justice, Le Roy, flne paid ^" ' ' 

I McLean, . 

B. Biickson i | 

Burkhardt Bros > 43,SeS ■ 

Chas. Vine ) I 

. Dairy commissioner, fine paid by Hlchard Hanson. . 43.388 
. Geo. p. Dlx. clerk, St. Paul, flne paid by Clarkln 

Bros 43.318 

, W. 8. Andrews, Justice, Two Harbors, flnes col- 
lected a* tollows: 

acandinavlaij Cove Mercantile Co I in mu I 

Hatle Northern [ 4S.BM | 

. J. G. Boss, clerk," DUluth, flne paid by Jas. Risslttl. . 4S,4ia 
. Wm. Grabam, Justice, Rochester, flne paid by 8. O. 

Sanderson 

. Ed. P. Wade. Justice, Fairmont, flne paid by H. S. 

Ward 43.446 

. B. E. Walte, Justice, Chiids, fine paid by J. P. 

Palefka 43.448 

, Aug. E. Anderson. Justice. Kasaon, fine paid by F. 

H. Elllngson 43,467 

. Robert Stone, Justice. West Duluth, flne paid by 

Edward Dormady 43,478 

. Philip a. Cornish. Justice, Delavan. flne paid by 

David Cland 43,S]S 

Total 



4S.428 



44.0D 
SO-OO 

».oe 



2S.00 
SE-OD 

a.00 



».oo 

GO.OO 



2S.00 
25.00 
29.00 



laoo 

25.00 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



PATUBNTS INTO THE TREASURY FROM MILK LICENSES AKD FINES 
COLLECTED BY THE DAIRY AND FOOD COMMISSION. FOR THE TEAR 
ENDING JULY 31, 1002. 



No. of 

Auditor's Dmtt. 
J. B. Kendall, J. P. Byron, One* collected: 

State VB. A. L. Cutting 

State v». Carl Jones 

Win. Grsham, J. P.. Rochester, flnei collected: 

State vs. J. A. Pierce 

State TB. Geo. W. Root 

State vs. Geo. L. Stedman 

' B. Allen, cleric Minneapolis, fines collected: 



;'43.m } 



Aug. 
Aug. 
Auk. IK. 



State vs. 'L, Hi'Findorff. 
State vs. Ed, P. Bro^ 
Axel Nelson, Jugtici "' 



I 13,546 J 



-. , OtlSCQ, 

I. C. A. BuTland... 
I, clerk, Dulutb. t 



e collected: 

i paid In State 



in & McCabe 43.S6S 

, John C. Welts, J. P., BrackenridBe, flne paid, State 

vs. H. Henrleison 43,SS8 

Aug. 16. Judge De Vina, Waeeca, flne paid State vs. Jellum 



Aug. 
Aug. 29. 

Sept. 5. 



& Donfl.„ _,„ 

T. L. Records, J. P., Sherburne, flne paid, State vs. 

W. M. Anderson iS.S 



frelgtit and other espenses In ci 

the dairy exhibit at Pan-Amerlcai- , 

Oeo. F. Cowing, J. P., Fergus Falls, fines 
as follov 



lent of 

nectlon with 
Exposition . . ' 



J, Pelican Rapids 

Peter Peterson. Pelican Raplda 

C J. Moen, Underwood 

P. E. Paulson, Blod 

John B. Hompa. Deer Creek 

Sept. 6. W. W. P. McConnell. dairy commissioner, llnea col- 



lected as foil OWL 

Tbeo. Rlshopp, Gary 

Thor Wermager, Gary. . 



A G. Anderson, Uler 

0. M. Carr. Pelican Rapids 

Sept. 19. Isaac Blnfleld, J. P., Arlington. One, State vs. M. 

Sept. SO. Dairy coimnlssloner, milk licenses Issued since May 

1. 1001 

Alkali solution 

Sept. ae. Carl Hansen. J. P., Tyler, flnes paid as followa: 

State vs. J. C. Henrlckeon 

Stat* v«. K. J. Petersen 

Sept. 2T. Aug. G. Maeder. J, P., Henderson, flne paid In State 



, Dawson, Ones collected as 



43,ais ; 

43,619 
43.630 



43,064 } 
43,036 \ 
43,670 



Oct. 



} 43.671 - 



1 43.684 } 



VS. R. L. , 
Sept. 2T. Gilbert Carlsi 
follows : 
State vs. Westby & Pederson.. 
State vs. Robertson ft Retrum, 

State vs. JacltBon Bros 

Oct. 1. Charles Splllane, j. P., Waseca, Ones collected as 
follows: 

State vs. Donovan & Jellum 

Stateve.M, J. Farrell 

. Carl Hansen, j. P., Tyler, flne paid by J. C. Hen- 

Tickson 43,689 

X. H. U, Glbbs, J. P.. Tracv. flnes paid by J. A. W, 
SbWd Co. and C. P. Hewitt, of Tracy, less ex- 
change 43.690 

2, Dairy commissioner, fine paid by Bea 



Ing 48,700 

. Aug. E. Anderson, J. P., Kasson. flne paid in State 

vs. P. Honoghan 4S,706 



Amount. 
S2G.0O 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



SS.O0 
21.00 



9S.00 
10.00 
29.00 
£t.00 
2C.O0 

25.00 
2B.O0 
2B.00 
SB.0O 

se.oo 

1,011.00 



10.00 
2&.00 
16.00 



48.90 

2S.0O 

8e.oo 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



^. E. Allen, clerl 

followe; 

P. O. Hanson. 

A. Wolpert . .. 



No. of 
Auditor's Draft 

, MlnaeapoUa, lines collected as 



, Peter Geschwind. J. P., Sleepy Eye, fine paid by 
' Rice ! 



Oct, M. H. F. Luc 

Peters. 
Oct. 31. O. A. Male 



JudKe, Owatonna. 
, J. P., Triumph, "li'i 



le paid by A. W. 
ipaid'by'H. Hal- 



, Treasurer, city of Duluti,, flnea collected from John 

Guitafson and Nele Jacobson 48.TI 

. T. I* Records, J. P., Sherburne, flne paid by B. C. 



, St. James, lines collected 



i 43,761 I 



PIngrey . 
Mathew J. Myera, 
as follows: 

State vs. William Olson 

State vs. Scboeder & Btemper. ... . 
Wm. Qraham, Justice. Rochester, flnes c< 
follows: 

P. D. Rannell ) [ 

Ralph Barkley 

Julius Reltor I 

~. J. Iberg >«8,704 i 





20. 
81. 
1. 

2. 
S. 




















Oct. 


C. M. Packard, J. F 


Alpha 


flne 


paid 


by 


P 


O. 




Oct. 

Nov. 


Wm. Qraham, Justlc 

Frank Glmbett . . . 

Geo. F. Dlx. clerk. St. 


e. Rochester, tine paid by 
pini. flues coii^edMrolVowii 


43,781 




















*3,783 






























































































Anthony Friedman 




















































F. 0. Gustner 


















P.VjSSS^.:. 


















W. Kumlrsky ... 
Anton Kreger .... 


















Jas. H. Herbst.... 


















J. McDonouKh 




































Otto M. Bohland. 
















Nov. 


Chas. Pelsert 

Paul Kemp, clerk. Winona 


fl 


e in 


Stkte 


V. 


Nlch- 


Nov 


J. G. Ross, clerk. Duluth, n 


nes 




cted as f 


llo 


ws: 






















43.793 








































J. A. Grochowski. 
Felix HertiOK ... 


































J. L. TrUBdale 

















85.00 
29.00 
2S.0O 



2S.0O 

ai.00 
:».oo 



SS.00 

».» 

2S.O0 
25.00 
25.00 
2B.0O 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Nov. 




Nov. 


8. 


Nov. 


12. 


Nov. 


IB. 



I. J. p.. Kenyon, fine paid by J. 
a collected, h 



Audltor-H Draft. 

43,301 

4a.S03 



Nov. IB. 
Nov, 18. 
Nov. 20. 



H. 1. Hull, J. P.. Wheati 

change 

Edw. F. Wade, J. P., Fairmont, fines collected 

from a. F. Houaeman and R. E. Barbaach 43,903 

J. U. Ward, city clerk, Btlllwater, flneii collected •« 

P, Klrohof ) 

^felB Hftnaon t iooio 

Oeorge B. Munkel f *3,B1» 

A. R. Kreugrer j 

John J, ^erguson, J. P., Hallock. fines collected (do 



taten 



■nt) . 



Nov. a 

Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 



.. F. Cummlnsa. J. P.. Caaa t.ake, flnei collectM 
irom H. Marchand and N. Barker 43,9B3 

. H. Sprout, J. P., Blue E^rth, llnea collected aa 
tullowa: 

E. J. NJoea 1 

R. W. Haben ( 

G. O. Halveraon f 

E. B. Schmidt ) 

'■■— . P. Wade, J. P., Fairmont, flno paJd by I, N. 



.989 { 



Wm. Graham, Juatlce. Rocheater, fine paid by B. 

W. Moore 44,006 

Dairy com ml salon er. for amount realized from aale 
nf butter seized from E. P. Stacy ft Bona. Lons- 
felinw Bpob.. Qrlnnpll, CoUlna A Co., Qamble- 
Robina Cammtsslon Co., Samels Bros., and Hill- 
marl Bros., the aale beInK ordered by Judge A. 
How. Minneapolis municipal court 44,012 

D. K. Stacy, city Juatlce, Albert Lea, One paid by 

John Stadhelm 44,088 

Geo. P. Dlx, clerk, St. Paul, One* collected aa fol- 



Oeo. ^ 



) 44,109 { 



t Bpangonberg; J 44.100 

Bchwanchlld & SulEberger ) I 

. Dairy commlsaloner, fines collected aa followa: 

Elarl L. Gell, Bemldjl 1 f 

Thomaa Clark. BemldJI , ' ' 

H. P. Hederlch. BemldJI ( ' 

Rosnalt. BerE & Co., Mclntoab j 

, Paul Kemp, clerk, Winona, fine paid by J. B. Rivera 44,118 

. County treaaurer. Brown county, flnea collected 

from William Dey and Henry Winger 44,116 

. N. Hennlngsen. Justice, New Ulm, fines collected ai 
follows: 

John Hauaer 1 

Peter Hencel 



Chas 



Stue 



Dec e. 
Dec. 21. 






Jaa. Bpple I 

H F Luce. Judge. Owatonna. fines collected from 

J. M. Schater and C. f. Xlnghofer, lesa exchange 44,1S3 
J. C, Turner, Justice, Faribault. lines collected aa 

E. 1>. Kuntae j ^ «m 

Charles Ebel ( **''™ 

C. W, Somerby, aaat. attorney general, amount col- 
lected from Thomaa P. Conroy, former clerk of 
the St. Paul municipal court, for flnea collected 
by him as such clerk, between Feb. 24, ISOO, and 

Feb. in. IWl 44,210 

D, D. Devlne. Judge, Waseca, fine collected from D. 
McLaughlin 44,275 

County auditor. Redwood county, flnea collected 

from E. H. Albrecht and P. Staewaker 44,200 

Inea collected aa 



W. S. Gleason. Judge. St. Charles 
follows: 

A. W. Smith 

R. A. Dixon 

J. J. Spelter 



Amount. 
U.0O 
40.90 



2tl.00 
20.00 
25.00 
23.00 

160.00 

7B.0O 



29.00 
Zt.OO 
ZB.00 



150.00 
^.00 
25.00 

25.00 
25.00 

saoo 



95.00 
SS.0O 

25.00 



400.00 

25.00 

' 25.00 

2S.0O 
25.00 
10.00 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Qeo. p. DIx, clerk, St. Paul, flnas CQll«ct»d a« {OIIowh: 

CrcBoent Creamery Go ] 

Jas. Cecek ' 



Auditor*! DnLft. Amount. 



J. H. Mccormick '.'...'.'..'.'. l 

H. R. Kerr ...J 

A. E. Allen, clerk, Minneapolis. lines collected a* 
follows: 
M. V. Boatlck. . 

F, J. Force 

W, C. Yarns.... 
E. H. Karlen... 
P. Arvidson . . . 

Oust Olson 

A. P. Thomas.. 
N. 13. Lara 



N. M. Olson 

E. F. Thomassen 

A. Lindholm 

. W. B. Douglas, attorney Keneral. amount collected 
rrom Thomas F. Conroy, former clerk of the St. 
Paul municipal court, for flnes collected by him, 
\ clerk, between Feb. 24, 18W9, and Feb. 



. 1901 . 






_ _. Haave j 44,303 

G. L.. LAmson ) 

V. B. DouKlBs. attorney Keneral. payment collected 
from Ttiomas F. Conroy, former derk of the 
St. Paul municipal cottrt 44,310 

;. W. somerby. asat. attorney general, balance due 
.= --■■- "l from Thomas F. Conroy, former 

_, __ ___ween Feb. 

24. 1S98, and Feb. 21, 1901 44,322 

. 0. H. Blood, Northfleld, One collected from J. F. 

Revler 44.828 

, J. G, Bobs, clerk. Uuluth. fine collected from Draper 

& Powell 44.8T4 

, C. J. Mcclure, J. P., Utica, flne collected from 

Frank C. Posy 44,404 

. County treasurer. Blue Earth county, line collected 

from Chas. Nlbbelt 44,412 

, J. H. Sprout, J. P.. Blue Earth, tine collected from 

J. E. iJumbam 44,418 

E. B. Llneley, J. P., Starbuck, fln« collected from E. 

Thoraldson 44,422 

Burdett C. Thayer, J. P., Spring Valley, fines col- 
lected as follows: 

Hart & Beggle 1 

Lloyd & Smith >44.440 

M. B. Uolstead ) 

. County treasurer, Mower county, line paid by An- 
drew Wilson 44.448 

J. H. Ward, clerk, Stillwater, flne collected from 

"Albert La Rue 44.470 

. F. DIK, Clerk, St. Paul, flne collected from L. 



Frye 



Har. J 
Mar, : 



_. Rush, clerk, Duluth. flnes collected from Peter 

Elman and Chas. Kleren 44,496 

, D. A. Kennedy, J. P., Marshall, flnes collected as 

follows: 

B. Bieghawk 1 

C. P. Eastman '44593 

A, O. Anderson I 

L. Abrahamson 1 

, J. G. RoHS. clerk, Duluth. flnes collected from Ru- 

(us H. Draper and Qeo. D. Lucore 44,619 

. J. E, Robinson, J. P., Austin, flne collected from O. 

T. Lund, Lyle 44.808 

. H. D. Davla. J. P., Madison, flnes collected as follows: 

Kolkjen & Webster » , . g^, 

A. H. Larson I m.owj 



25.00 
10.00 
10.00 



200.00 
26.00 
60.00 
20.00 
2S.0O 



2S.00 
25.00 
10.00 
3S.0O 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATS. 



April e. 
April 12. 
April 14. 



April 17. 
AprU22. 



No. o( 
Auditor's Draft. 
.COfinty treaeurer, Nobles county, ilne paid by Oao. 

' W*mmerinB 44,108 

County treasurer. Folk county, flue paid by one 

M. J. ^yanyjyF'yBaltbmiiByAne'piii'by'Prei. 

Stamfcey 44,870 

W. E. Schulti, J. P., New PaynesvlUe. Ones col- 
lected from August Paetznlck and Herman 
Paetinick 44,876 

Q. U. Holt, J. P., Crookston, lines collected as fol- 

L. S, Benolt 1 f 

C. R. Bueska ' u ott ' 

Ed. Erlckson f "'"' ' ) 

Ed. Erickson - J ' 

Qeo. F. DU, clerk, St. Paul, fines collected as follows: 

W, H. Kant 1 f 

Jas. Lettfen I t, om J 

Jas. Lettfen 1 "■'«" l 

O. C, Dahllne J I 

3. Q. PoHS. clerk, Dulutli, fines collected an follows: 

TbOB. H, Hancock ) ( 

C. H. Appel A Sons \ 44,n00 I 

Leo Qrachler ) t 

" ' :lerk, Mlnneapolli, fiuti collected as 



fOUoT 



U. J. Ginter. . 

Ole Dorff 

'.. J. Bherer.. 



April 2o. 
May 1. 



Hay 30. 
May 81. 

June 14. 



. 1 



. Crawford Sheldon, J. P., Little Palls, Ilnea col- 
lected as follows: 

John P. Witciek 1 

John Richard 

Jos. OIndro 

Andrew Jobnson r 

John HauK I 

Qeore;B F. Moeglln i 

H, H. Tanner J 

O. J. Johnson, J. P.. Olenwood, fines collected from 
I. 8. aelsetb and Henry Atchlnson 1 

N. HennlnBsen. J. P.. New Ulm. nne collected from 
Fred Haas 4 

A. E. Allen, clerk. Minneapolis municipal court, fines 
collected as follows: 
W. C. Brix 

D.' R." HaflsettV.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.V.V.'.'.V.:'.;;.'.'.!.'.'.'.'...' ) 44.003 { 

John Langlle 1 

Michael H, Benwen i I 

Peter Fin ton, J. P., Alden. fine collected from 

-aniinn * m 46.783 

Lea, fine collected from 
_. „ 46.784 

_ . Gamer, J. P., Le Roy. fine collected from L. 

M. Dally 48,799 

W. W. Wall, secretary D, & T. Co.. fines collected 
aa follows: 

Peterson, Eld ai Co.. Hawley ) ( 

Tbomas QumeSB. Parnesvllle > 46.801 i 

Norby & Solum, Barneavllle I ' 

J. C. Turner, j. P., Faribault, fine collected from W, 

H. Llndenbur^ 48.803 

C. T. Buesell, Grand Meadow, fine collected from 

Torgonson Bros 46.804 

Qeo. F. Dlx, clerk St. Paul municipal court, fines 
collected as follows: 

A. Bock 1 . < 

Henry Stephana | 1 

E. Thomassen ] 

Bloomgreen A Co I 

N. M. Plerson ', 4Bfus> } 

McTIpay & Co *'-*™ ' 

Chas. Kantek 

Liverpool Packing Co I 

T. H. Spink !.'.'.''.".'."!,".'!!.'!','H.'.'.'."r.'.!.'!.'.'.'; ' ' 



Svondsan, 

I. K, atacy, J. P., 
C. D. Cowglll.. 



SO.DO 
39.00- 



3G.00 
25.00 
33.00 



S5.00 
ZG.OO 

25.00 



36.00 
3S.O0 
36.00 



00.00 
30.00 



1&.00 
36.00 
2t.00 



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90 BIENNIAL REPORT 

No. of 
IMS. Auditor's Draft. 

June 20. C. H. BlooA. Northfleld. flne. State ^-b. W. J. 

UamDSon 48,814 laoo 

July Z J. H. Ward, clerk. Stillwater. One, State vb. Oust 

EkblBd *T,044 35.00 

July 2. H. W. Hattechack, Fairmont, flnea collected as 

State vs. h! D. Flnke ) 1 25.00 

Utate vs. QeorKS St. John ' 47,043 { SA.OO 

State vs. William Makeben } ( SS.0O 

July )0. Geo. J. Dresiiell, Justice, WatorvlUo, fine. State vs. 

Frank Miller 47,129 2S.0O 

July 13. HAiry X. Bruce, j. P., Pelican Rapids, nnes collected 
as follows: 

State vs. Ed. Rude I jt ijr, \ 24.96 

State vs. Peter Peterson 1 "■■"" 1 24.90 

July 10, W. L. Bucksen, J. P., BIoomlnK Prairie, flnea col- 
lected as follows: 

Btatevs.B. Betlacli I jt im ) 25,00 

Slate vs. P, P. CalHhan 1 »>,iOB j ^j^ 

July 17. Qeo. F. Dlx, clerk municipal court. St. Paul, fines 
collected as fallows: 

State va. Buchmeler 1 f TSM 

State vs. McMillan 5-47,178 i 29.00 

8latBvs.V, A. Quion ) t 21.00 

July SB. E. S. Hammond, Albert Lea. flne, State vs. Skin- 
ner & MIckelaon 47,318 28.00 

July 23. J. E. Itobinson, Austin, fine. State vs. E. Joseph.... 47.217 29.00 

July 28. J. C. Turner. Justice. Faribault. One. State va, T. 

N. Jepeon 47.2S6 2S.O0 

July 28. Geo. F. Dlx. clerk municipal court. St. Paul, fine, 

State vs. L. W. Sterling 47,357 25.00 

July 30. J. W. Benham. J. P.. Plalnvtew, fines collected 4T,S70 %00 

Total 18.531.03 



No. of 
1000. Auditor's Draft, Amount. 

Au«. 21. Fine collected from Shannon 40.222 110,00 

AUK. 24. Fine collected from Albert Kyle 40.229 0.83 

Aug. 27. D. A. Kennedy, Justice, Marshall, line collected 

from WLIL Lerschan 40,232 40.00 

AuK. 31. F. W. Howard, Justice, Currle. fine collected from 

OeoTse Balker 40,230 44.80 

Aug. 31. W. B. Mltaon, Justice. Alexandria, fine collected 

from D. B. VV iiiieslde 40.331 U.OO 

Sept. 17, John Beutner, exec, agent, fine collected from D. 

W, Ames 40,365 90.00 

Oct. 1. E. P. Hughes, Judge, Anoka, fine paid by John 

Wagner 40,282 lO.OO 

Oct, 1. W. H. Alden, Justice. 81. Cloud, fine paid by Geo. 



Oct. 25. Qeo. F. Cowing, justice, Fergus Falls, flne paid by 

Aleck Kumbia 40,323 

Kov. 31. Treasurer, Bwlft county, fine collected 4n.421 

Nov. lU. Treasurer. Big Stone ounty, fine collected 40,427 

Dec. 10. Charles Hyatt. J. P.. Pelican Rapids, fine paid by 

John Hanson et al 40.533 

Dec. 11. John Beutner, eiec. agent, collections as follows: 

Net licenses In Interatate '■waters.'.'."'.!!!!.'!." "." I 

License for scientltlc purposes , 40,540 { 

Sealing and tagging g.kme I 

Registering domesticated deer J I 

Dec. IB, John Beutner, exec, agent, aelied and confiscated 

game 40.506 

1901. 
Jan. 24. John Beutner, exec, agent, miscellaneous receipts.. 40.880 
Jan, 12. Henry Ne(T. deputy clerk. St. Paul, fine paid by 

Anton Miller 40.808 



20.00 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



May 1. 

Ha7 4. 



, Thoa. F. Conroy. clerk, Bt. Paul, flnes paid by: 

G. Seheraln > 

Aug. Walter 

Wro; HAmmemi I 40,835 

Jno. HaillikA 

Jno. Herstrom 1 

, Sam F. Fullerton, exec, acent. net UcenaeB col- 
lected from Bernard Anderson, Warroad 40,9T5 

. A. D. Fuller, Judge, Tower, fine paid by John King. 41,277 

. Qeo, P. Dtx, cleiOc, Bt. Paul, SncB collected aa toi- 

Northwest Cold Storage Co , 1 

W. Q. CarllnK 

Geo. W, MaKee / 41,286 

Theo. Banter 

ChBB. Hartman ) 

W. B. Mltaon. Justice, Alexandria, fine paid by Dar- 
win West 41,298 

Karl C. Beott, Justice, St. Cloud, flne paid by N. T. 

Thuney 41.311 

. Dlx, clerli, Bt, Paul, Dne paid by Harry 
..rs .... 
. Allen, . 



PATMBNT8 INTO TIIe TREASURT FROU PISH LICENSES AND FINES 
GOIiLBCTBD BY THE GAME AND FISH COMMISSION FOR THE TEAR 
ENDING JULY 81, 1002. 

No. of 

Amount, 

110.00 

saoo 



No. of 
1901. Auditor's Draft. 

Aug. SO. Robert Hyslop. J. P., Slayton, lines collected from 

E. E. DanielH and Frank Fay 4S,SB1 

Aug. 28, Bobert Hyslop. J. P., Slayton, flne collected from 

David Hollenbeck 43,698 

Sept. 4. H. P. PhlllppI, luHtlce, Barneevllle, fine collected... 43,908 
Sept. 5. Peter J. Johnson, J. F., Benson, fines paid by O. W. 

McKee 48,600 

Sept. S. Jas. H. Hawllsb, J. P„ Silver Lake, fine paid by 

Arthur Banke 48,816 

Sept. 7. J. O. Ross, clerk. Duluth, fines paid by Andrew 

Olson and M. Carlson 43.622 

. Qeo, F, Cowing, J. P., Fergus Falls, fines collected 

from J. R. Greenlee and J. NIebels 43,628 

Sept. 11. Thomas Thorson, J. P., Moorhead, tine collected 

from Fred Qruhl, Jr 43,832 

Sept. 16. F. D. Olover. J. P., Campbell, flne collected from P. 

H. Taylor 48,847 

fiept. 20. P. B. Low. city clerk, Bralnerd, fines collected 

from Hutchlngs and Canfleld 43,053 

Sept. 23, D. S, Qrlmn, J. P., Det ' " 



Sept. 



Oct. 



: Bchaffer and John m'. McGoi 

16. J. H. Eire, judse, Anoka, flnes oolli 



._ _ from Geo. 

-. __ and Geo. W. Brown 13,743 

Oct. 21. Geo. F. Cowing. J. P.. Fergus Palls, flnes collected 
as follows: 

Oscar Hanson ) I 

Boren Field )-43,TS3 < 



, St. Paul, flne collected from 



Not. 

Nov. 

Not. 2L Count"y treasurer, Steele coulity, flnes coliected i.1,(W>2 

Nov. 2S. County treasurer, Itasca county, flnes collected 44,011 

Dec. 30. C. E. Bell. J. P., Sauk Rapids, flne paid by Wil- 
liam Grlbler 44,aDl 

Dec. 28. A. T. Nelson, J, P, Grove City, flne paM by one 

Berg 44,808 



100.00 
20.00 
13.00 
10.00 

24.88 
20.00 



20.00 
23.00 

10,00 



10.00 
26.00 



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'. Bcmngle 44,42D 

. USD. F. DIx, deck. St. Paul, fine paid by John 

Pln«*paia by crPaiiper."!"/^^\\'!lV/.'.'.!'.V.' .'!!'.■.'" I "■**T 
, County treasurer, Bis Stone county. (Ino collected. . 4t,SB6 
. J. H. EKt, Judse, Ani^a. tinea collected ai foUowH: 

WiUlam Wlllaon I 



Jos. Clark . 

Jacob Hill 

. County treasurer. Pope c 



>unly, flne collected. . 



April 21. 
May 16. . 



-. - . Donahue, J. P., Faribault, fines collected aa 
foUoirs: 

Frank Streeter ] 

Frank Snow ...1 

Herbert Btreeter VieTSS 

Anton Davis 

Charies Snow 

Swan Tastenson I 

>. J. Johnson, J. P.. Fergus Falls. 

from A. GlorlKen and H. B. r' 



Uay £6. B. I. Johnson, J. P.. Fergus Falls, fines collected 

from A. GlorlKen and H. B. Bhant 46,T6T 

June 4. D. B. Orldln, J. P.. Detroit, flnea collected from Quy 
Teague, Flier Wedge, O. L. Whltlock and Chas. 
Stlei ^ 46.798 

June 6. C. R. J. Keilam. J. P.. Haron Lake, >me collected 

from James Flaherty 48,800 

June 6. W. B. Mttson, Justice, Alexandria, fines collected as 
follows: 

State vs. Henry Halvorson i 

State vs. John Q. Hllderman ! 47,117 

State vs. Frank Ki'all ) 

June 10. Edw. F. Wado. J. P., Fairmont, flue, State vs. 

Celase Chaddock 47,128 

June 23. J. E. Robinson. J. P., Ausun, fines collected as 

State vs. a'i. Tubbs 



I. Sd. I 



47.218 






10.00 
30.00 



19.90 
23.00 



IMO. 

Aug. 1, Nelson & Bouquet Hardware Co tl2S.OO 

Aug. 8. Great Northern Bteamehlp Co S.tOS.OO 

Auk. *■ Parshall-Farfar Co B0.O0 

Aug. 3. R. Q. Winter Jewelry Co. of Minneapolis, Mtnn GO.OO 

Aug. 8. Uenjamln Invectment Co 00.00 

Aug. 7. Michlifan Inveatment Co 60.00 

Aug. 7. Minnesota lAnd & Colonliatlon Co ISO.OO 

Aug. 10. Wolverton Elevator Co 60.00 

Aug. 10. MeCftrbe- Dayton Co 6000 

Aug. 10. Kandlyoh! County Telephone Co 60.00 

Aug. 14. The Fidelity Commission Co. of Minneapolis, Ulnn... 60.00 

Aug. 14. Split Rocik & Northern Ballroad Co 60.00 

Aug. 14. W. L, Douglas Shoe Co 60.00 

Aug. 14. Manitoba & Lake Superior Railway Co 76.00 

Aug. 14. Fred Miller Brewing Co BO.OO 

Aug. 15. Columbian Lard St Development Co 60.00 

Aug. 18. A. G. Peterson Laundry Co 60.00 

Aug. 16. Knapp & Spencer Co 60.00 

Aug. 17. Fort Wayne Electric Works 60.00 

Aug. 20. Cass Water, Light and Power Co H0.0O 



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Aug. 

AOK. 
Auk. 

Aug. 

Auk 

aSI' 



■Septi 
£epf. 







Ort 


a 










Oct 












Nm 


I 






















No- 


^ 










JJov 


o 



The Coniolldated Abstract Co 80.00 

Twin City Shoe Co W-00 

Endowment Liand Co B0.00 

The Hchllek Shoo MnfK. Co BaOO 

Pioneer Steel Elevator Co. (Increaae) SO.O0 

St. Paul & Duluth Land Co BO.OO 

Park Point Land Co 60,00 

Keele-DavldBon L.aw Book Co. (Increaae) SO.OO 

The John P. McDonald Lumber Co BO.OO 

Grand Falla Townsite Co TO-OO 

Nonotuck Bilk Co BO.OO 

Farraera- Store and Supply Co BO.OO 

National DfatllJlnK Co ; 00.00 

Reliknce Marine Ineutance Co., Limited BttOO 

Btahdard Salt ft Cement Co 60.00 

JolinBon Electric Service Co BO.OO 

State B^nk of Buffalo 60.00 

Wai field Shoe Co 60.00 

Sherburne Electric Light Co BO.OO 

United Plre Insurance Co. of Baltimore 60.00 

The Colonial Aaaurance Co, of New York Cltj' 50.00 

Chtaholm Iron Co 175.00 

Porter MuhIc Co 60.00 

The MeohanlcaJ Rubber Co 60.00 

Ward Mining Co BO.OO 

Spring Grove Stock and Grain Co BO.OO 

Minneapolis Mining & Development Co BO.OO 

The Empire City Insurance Co 60.00 

Otis Elevator Co wl.OO 

Borden.a Salleck Co BO-OO, 

Farmert- State Bank of Wilder BO.OO 

Kalsey Broe. Co BO.OO 

The Thlcl Detective Service Co SO-00 

Midland Linseed OH Co 2Ki.O0 

AppletOD State Bank 60.00 

Illinois Glass Co BO.OO 

The St. Anthony & Dakota Elevator Co. (Increase) 200.00 

Brown Hardware Co 60.00 

Hutchinson LlRhtlng and Manufacturing Co BO.OO 

Northern Real Estate ft MortKage Co BO.OO 

Thompson Cattle Co 80.00 

The New Occidental Mill Co BO.OO 

The John Miller Co BO.OO 

The American and Sharon l-and Co « BO.OO 

The People's Telephone Co. (Increase! 15.00 

8. A. aylveater Lumber Go 60.00 

Calney Broa. Co 60.00 

Green Bay and Weatem R. R. Co 85,00 

Romlcr Investment Co BO.OO 

Dana Warehouse Co BO.OO 

a. Hellman Brewing Co * 60.00 

The American Wringer Co 86.00 

John O'Brien Lumber Co 100.00 

Otto E. Lohrke & Co., Limited 60.00 

First State Bank of Currle 60.00 

Northern Ore Co SO.OO 

W. T, Bailey Lumber Co 60.00 

Lucas Lumber Co BO.OO 

I. A. Rogers & Co 60.00 

Security State Bank ot Ellendale, Minn 60.00 

GrlggH. Cooper ft Co S25.00 

Scott Security Company 60.00 

Apploton Mntg.^Co , BO.OO , 

The'tmrtsrud shoe Co 76.00 

GunnlBB Brick Co BO.OO 

Newport Apartment House Co SB.OO 

State Bank of Porter BO.OO 

Blavonlan-Crotlan Stock Co 60.00 

McHugh- Gardner Elevator Co BO.OO 

Shock ft Copelin Mnfg. Co 60.00 

The Harlem Trancportatlon Co 12S.00 

The Opera House Co. of Faribault 60.00 

Onondasa Iron Co 60.00 

National Trust Co., Limited 60.00 

Glenmont Lumber Co 60.00 

Cpe— - Wm — I Prt vInK A Boom Co 60.00 

Lftlrd-Norton Yards 1T5.00 

Wogner Typewriter Co BO.OO 



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WeiBB & Co 

_.. Cloud Cold Storage & Produce C 

S. T. Hyde Elevator Co 

, Railroad Supply Co 

. Adam Roth Qrocery Co 

. The John 1-eallo Paper Co 

. Btate BanK of ■■- 

Marlon Land Co 

The Law Manufacturing Co 

The Farmeni' Elevator Co , 

. The Thompaon Mercantile Co 

. The Reno Land and Improvement Co 

. The Trl-Btate Elevator Co 

- The Toleston & Stetson Co 

. EliDWood Land Co 

A. J. BuHch Co 

State Bank of Llamore 

. Scandfa State Bank of Thief River Falls 

Bt. Francis Electric Railway Co 

The East Orand Forks Transportation Co 

Tower Lumber Co, (Increase} 

The Gllmoru-RollinB Co 

. Aitkin Farm Co 

, The News Building Co 

AdelphI Coffee Mills 

. John W. Tuthill Lumbar Co 

. Qreat Northern Railway Co. (increase) 

. State Bank of Franklin 

Potlatch Lumber Co.. Limited 

. Western Queensware Co 

. GriKKS & Co 

Central Minnesota Immigration Co 

, Fine County Land Co 

. Thomscm-Olaskln Co 

Le Roy Hardware Co 

, J. & W. C. Shull 

. Crescent Creamery Co 

, La Crosse Plow Co 

Farmers' and Investors' Land Co. of Little Falls, Mini 
, Union Land & Improvement Co.... 

. Northern Pacific Laitd Co 

, Hennepin Lumber Co 

, Columbia Mining Co 

. Western Mutual Inveatment Co 

. The L. Realty Co 

, The Otto das Engine Works 

. The Hutchinson Machine & Foundry Co 

. Beta Ore Company 

, Alpha Ore Company 

E. 8. Woodworth & Co, (Increase) 

Davidson & McRae Stock Farm Co 

, The Lyon Land Co 

. Merchants' Slate Bank of Breckenrldge 

, The Farmers' Elevator Co. of Butterfleld 

. Btate Bank of Budalo Lake 

Minnesota Electric Telephone Co 

Relshus-Remer Land Co 

Blackduck 

Northwests... __ 

. Home F!re & Marine Insurance Co 

, The Montevideo Farmers' ft Merchants' Blevat 

. Albert Lea Telephone Co 

, Union Portage Entry Stone Co 

. Dr. Smith Drug Co 

, Mankato Citizens' Telephone Co. (Increase).., 

. The Prince-Joy Agency 

, Brooks- Scan Ian Lumber Co 

, The Finance Company of Minnesota 

, Superior Manufacturing Co 

Hutchinson Telephone Exchange Co 

Dakota County State Bank 

. ^ton and Duluth Farm Land Co 

. The (5rave8-May Co 

Minnesota and Montana Cattle Co 

Finnish Mercantile Co 



BO.OO 
M.On 
BO.0O 
BO.0O 
BO.OO 
00.00 
S0.0O 
75.00 
60.00 



SO.OO 
50.00 
SO.O0 
600.00 
60.00 



65.00 
60.00 
50.00 



226.00 
flG.OO 
60.00 
60.00 



60.00 
60.00 
50.00 



60.00 

8aoo 

50.00 
50.00 
G0.0O 

S0.00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Uar. 



Mar. L_. 
Mar. 30. 
ATirll 
April 
April 
April 5. 
April S. 
April e. 
April " 
April 
April 10. 
April 10. 
April 11. 
April 12. 



Tower Finnish Mercantlla Co 

Electric Bteel Klevator Co 

BailUe & Partridge (Increase) 

Raymond Mercantile Co...; 

Central OaH' Flitute' Co T., 

Hendricks Farmers' Elevator Co 

Wro. B, Jayo & Co 

Walter A. Wood Mowing & Reaping Machine Co.. 

Shenong Iron Mining Co 

Chemung Iron Mining Co 

National Safe Depoalt Co 

J. Buch Lumber Co 

Hendrew A Tallent Co 

National Mining Promotion Co 

Janklns-Hesla Lumber Co 

Hocklng-Boynton Land Co 

U. 8. Health & Accident Insurance Co 

W. W. CarglU Co 

The Parmera' Supply House 

The Qreijg-Scttger Co 

Eastern Minnesota Land Co 

Keh! & Deary Co 

Granite Falls Hardware Co 

Republican & Herald Publishing Co 

A. M. Ramer Co 

Railroad Supply Co. 

Bankers' Land Loan Co. ■ 

Brown, Treacy ft Sperry Co 

The Bobtail Mines Co 

Sanborn Improvement Co 

Duiuth-Superior Distributing Co 

Citlsens' Elevator Co 

D. Appleton ft Company 

LoftuB & Kerwln 

Blobe Newspaper Co 

The Moorhead Brick Co 

John OTind Eiewlrig Co 

The Palatine Inauranee Co.. Limited 

The Miasisslppl Lumber & Coal Co 

a. Strong & Co 

Steele County Telephone Co 

Proteasional Barbers' Publishing Co 

Northneld Telephone Exchange Co 

First Slate Bank ot Tyler 

Pettle Mining CO 

The Light, Heat, Transit ft Public Service uo. . 

State Bank of Hennlng 

N. H. Emmons Realty Co 

H. Choate A Co 

The Heinrieh Clothing Co 

Twin City Rapid Transit Co 

Parker Land Co 

The Trimble Lumber Co 

Marine Transportation Co 

Pitt Mining Co 

■Western Grocer Co 

Elbow Lake Grain Co 

Qroft Land Co 

Stewart Land Co 

People's Independent Telephone Co 

A. E. Nott Co 

St. Paul & Idaho Mining & Milling Co 

Armour Car Lines 

Cloquet Electric Co 

Independence Mining ft Smelting Co 

The Commercial West Co 

Northwestera Bakers' Supply Co 

The grand Muon Tea Co 

The Enterprise Edgerton Telephone Co 

The Liquid Carbonic Add Manufacturing Co. . 

Security State Bank of Cottonwood 

Fargo Mercantile Co 

The Elbow Lake Telephone Co 

Farmers' Co-ojlerative drain Co :. 

Carver County State Bank 

First State Bank, Balaton 

Farmers' Mercantile Association. Cloquet 

Niagara Iron Co 



60.00 
TS.00 
MOO 
DO.0O 



SOOO 
CD.00 

so.oa 

65.00 



7B.00 
BD.OO 
WOO 



75.00 
H0.0O 
B0.0O 



KO.0O 
lTfl.00 

Ki.OO 
2.32:^.00 

SO.OO 

60.00 
■ fO.OO 



12.-i.00 
50.00 
50.00 
ti0.00 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



April 12. 
April 12. 
'April IS. 
April IS. 
April 18. 
April IH. 
April 18. 
April 19. 
April 19. 
April 22. 
April lU. 
April 23. 

ApHiaa. 

April M. 
April 24. 
April IfS. 
April 2J. 
April 2S. 
April 27. 
April 2S. 
April 20. 
April 2U. 
April 29. 
April 80. 
Hay 1. 
May 1. 
May 2. 
May - 
May 
May 
May 
Hay 
Hay 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 10. 
May 10. 
May JO. 
May 14. 
May 14. 
May 14. 
May 14. 
May 14, 
May 14. 
May IS. 
May -" 
May 
Hay 
May 22. 
Hay 3S. 
Hay 23. 
Hay 21. 
May 23. 
May 2T. 

June 



June 12. 



GLlBholm Improvement Co 

National E>w«lllng: & Apartment Houae Co 

Hobart Iron Co. (Increase) 

Corsica Iron Co. (Increase) 

Minnesota Abrasive Co 

HlgglnB & 'WaHgatl Hardware Co 

Central Farm Invvstment Co 

The Coe Commercial Co 

Bellitton Mountain Iron Co ^ 

Bt. lyouls River Power &* Improvement Ct^xtration. . 

Winona Lumber Co 

Wamer Hardware Co 

The St. Anthony Elevator Co 

Minnesota Park Reglona Land Co 

Kinder Land & Lumber Co 

Albert Lea Loan and Investment Co 

O. 8. Braekett Co 

St. Paul Union Depot Co 

Farmers' and Merchants' Elevator Co., Limited 

Wisconsin Realty Co 

The Iron Land Co '.. 

Suburban Home Co 

City and Suburban Land Co 

Phoenix Mountain Iron Co 

The Koochiching Co 

Ine Anvil Mountain Quarts Mining Co 

Duluth Real Estate Co 

John son -Peterson Co 

Chas. T. I.«>nard Co. (Increase) 

State Bank of Mielly 

St. Paul Base Ball Club 

Minnesota & International Ry. Co 

First Btate Bank of Boyd 

Iron Range Electric Telephone Co 

Dead Shot Remedy Co 

Henry E. Wedelstaedt Co , 

Fruit Ulspatch Co 

Albert Lea Electric Co 

The Agency, Prtneelon 

Minnesota Rural Telephone Co 

Great Northern Ry. Co 

Waulese Iron Co 

Northern Brewing Co 

Pipestone Electric Ligrht. Heat and Power Co 

Lawlor'a Safety Window Cleaner Co 

Cook County Lumber Co 

1-ake County Lumber Co 

Brown Lumber Co 

North Shore Lumber Co 

Highland Lumber Co 

Wm. C. Gregg ft Co 

Pearce Mining Co 

Olencoe Electric Light Co. (iacrease) 

Interstate Iron Co , 

The Revenue Mining Co 

Northern Water Power Co 

Miller Mining Co 

J. Bennett Smith Mining Co 

Union Realty Co 

The Park Opera House Association 

American Bridge Co 

The IsleliarlMr Land Co 

Pioneer. Fuel.. Co 

Mathews Advertising Co 

JefFers Land Co 

American Mortgage & Investment Co 

Meadows Mining Co 

Blakely Brick and Terra Cotta Co 

Kellogg-Mackay-Cameron Co 

J-'ulda Telephone Co 

Iron Range Electric Telephone Co. ( 

The Homestead Co 

Prouty CommlsBlon Co 

Prouty-Nahler Co 

McCarthy Brothers Co 

B. c Tooker & Co 

Leaf Lumber Co 



60.00 
BO.OO 
00.00 
75,00 
12S.00 
EO.O0 
B0.00 
75.00 

i».on 

126.00 
50.00 



60.00 

60.00 
60.00 



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June 11. a. X. HDiuta(TP-eo(^y Co 125.00 

June 1«. Mlnnespollai & Aaoka Ry. Co 123.00 

June 14. Interior Fuel Co 50.00 

June ±i. Dopora Mining Co 275.00 

June IG. Clinton Falls Nunery Oo 90.00 

June 17, Flrat State Bank of St. HUalre 80.00 

June 17. Northwestern Manuracturing Co. (Increase) 40.00 

June 17. Cataract Oold Mining and Power Co 00.00 

June IT. Knife FbJIh Boom Corporation 80.00 

June 18. State Bank of Wabaawj 60.00 

June IB. Stanley anoe Company 60.00 

June IH. Olean Land Co. (Encraaee) 40.00 

June 10. The Webb PuWlBhlng: Co 86.00 

June la. R. B. Hall Land Co BO.OO 

June 20. Browns Valley Driving Park Aasoclatlon 60.00 

June 21. Pritchard-Slone Co 60.00 

June 22. Tne United Telephone & TeJeKraph Co 7S.00 

' "' The Eichange Grain Co 66.00 

The Mallwood Cash Register Co 50.00 

Mesaba Iron Mining Co 225.00 

HarkneHB Miner Lumber Co 60.00 

Engineering and Steam Supplies Co 60.00 

Green ft I>b Laittro Co 176.00 

Wrougnt Iron Range Co -W.OO 

W. G. Chamberlain Co 50.00 

Total 142,070.00 



State Bank. Isanti 

Farmere' State Bank ot Ormsby. . 

Mutuut Wheel Co.... 

Pitt iron Mining Co 



r Co.. 



July IS. 
July 13. 
July 15. 



Midnight Test Mining Co 

Lowan Peyton Twohy 

Powers Elevator Co .-. 

Iowa Townslte Co 

Delta Mining Co 

Minnesota Western Railway Co 

R. W. Lawton & Co 

J. Qulncy Haas & Co 

Halt Grain Co 

Two Island River Driving & Logging Co 

The Chaa. E. Faith Co 

Union Supply Co 

Northwest Thresher Co 

Owatoniia Electric Co 

Minnesota Hay ft Lumber Co 

The Albert Dickinson Co 

The H. II. Newenberg Co 

Nye & Bchnlder Co 

Sheffleld Elevalor Co 

Miller Elevator Co 

W. P. Devereux Co 

W. P. Devereux Elevator Co 

Lake Superior Produce ft Cold Storage Co... 
St. Croix Construction & Manufacturing Co. . 

Brooks Timber Co. 

J. H. Wagner Music Co 

Kensington Mining Co 



y 24. Welsbach Co. . 



fiO.OO 

■re.00 

100.00 
60.00 



76.00 
75.00 
60.00 



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98 BIENNIAL RBPORT 

Aug. 1. P. WeynhouM & Co 75.00 

AuR. 1. Rublna (3raln Co 60.00 

Aug, 8. EHiuftlaaB Elevator Co GO.OO 

Aug. 3. Hlxon Sc Co SO.OO 

Aug. S. The Leslie Land & Improvement Co SaOO 

Auk. 6. Day Bros. Lumber Co SO.OO 

Aug. 0. HswhlnB Iron Co SO.OO 

Aug. T. Nasson State Banlc BO.OO 

Auk. 8. The Waters-Clark Lumt>er Co SO.OO 

Aug. 8. State Bank of Kimball SaOO 

Aug. 8. Nordby Uercantlle Co SO.OO 

Aug. 8. n, P. Conroy v saOO 

Auk. 9. Wolvln Building Co 100.00 

Aug' 0- Way-Jotinson-Iiee Co •. EOiOO 

Aug. 10. Minnesota LAQd A Construction Co TSXO 

Aug. 12. Park Region Land Co BO.OO 

Aug. IB. Adams Security Co GO.OO 

Aug. 13. The Really & Loan Co 60.00 

Aug. 14. Bea & Lake luvestment Co 00.00 

Aug. 15. C. M. Miller Investment Co BO.OO 

Aug. IB. Mealy Dry Goods Co 60.00 

Aug. IS. Merchants' Advisory & Collection Co GO.OO 

Aug. 20, Tha Wadena T^nd Investment Co I 60:00 

Aug. 20. The Watklns Lumber Co 60.00 

Aug. 21. Winona Deposit Bank (Increase) 60.00 

Aug. 23. Des Lacs Valley Coal A Brick Co 50.00 

Aug. 26. Consumers' Penny Pouch Bxpresa Co 100.00 

Aug. 2e. Canadian Plah Co SO.OO 

Aug. 28. Big Fair & Manufacturing CO 60.00 

Aug. 29. C. & J. MIchs Brewing Co 60.00 

Aug. 30. State Bank of Lafayette ' SO.OO 

Aug. 30. American Grain Co S0.0O 

Aug. 31. Plm Hill Gold Mining Co 76.00 

Aug. 31. Consolidated Telephone & Telegraph Co 76.00 

Aug. 2rt. Choklo State Bank 50.00 

Sept. 3. BandUBky Fish Co 60.00 

Sept. 3. Hoeheeter Department Store 60.00 

Sept. 3. The Fairmont Opera House Co 60.00 

Sept, 4. Duluth & Spokane Mining Co 75.00 

Sept. S. Citizens State Bank of Fairfax 60;00 

Sept. B. The Caph InTestment Co BO.OO 

Sept. 7. Scandia State Bank of Stephen 60.00 ' 

Sept. 7. Mnnhaitan Land Co GO.OO 

Sept. 7. Fertile Stock Co Baoo 

Sept. 7. The WiUmont Town Lot Co BO.OO 

Sept. 7. Eagle Lake Mercantile Co SO.OO 

Sept. 10. The Ideal Steam Laundry Co BO.OO 

Sept. 10, P. A. Patrick & Co 125.00 

Sept. li. Investor*' Land & Savings Co 60.00 

Sept. 11. The Armstrong Telephone Exchange Co SO.OO 

Sept. 11, The Mallnatedt Co BO.OO 

Sept. II. PhyslclaUH' Guaranty Co 80.00 

Sept. 12. Hallet^ Company 60.00 

V Co!!.' 

,ter C- 

r Co" !V..V^;!!:\\\^\V.V.'V.\'.'.'.!!!\! !!!!"" 6o!66 

- - -- B0.00 

Sept. 18. The Electric Light & Milling Co 60.00 

Sept. 1«. Minnesota & North Wisconsin R. R, Co 170.00 

Sept. IR. The News Letter Company 60.00 

Sept. 18, Northland Telephone Co 50.00 

Sept. IS. Great Northern Land & Stock Co 175 00 

Sept. 18. Tom Reed Cigar Co 80,00 

Sept. 30. Stevens County Telephone Co BO.OO 

Sept. 20. John D. Young Limited Co 66.00 

Sept, 20. Duluth Canal Bridge Co BO.OO 

Sept, 23, Duluth Gas Engine Works 50 00 

Sept, 23. L. W, Bahcock Bona Co 6000 

Sept. 25. The Superior Steamship Co 85 00 

Sept, 2a W, B. & W. G. Jordan 126 00 

Sept. 27. Rainy Berth Land Co BO 00 

Sept. 27. Meyer-Melcalf Lumber Co 60.00 

Sept. 2S. Flrat State Bank of Walnut Grove 80.00 

B "!■ ^- jyalnut Grove Stale Bank SaOO 

Sept. 30, Cook County State Bank BttOO 

Opt. 1, Minneapolia Improvement Co 60 00 

Oct, 1. State Bank of Barret) 60.00 



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Dec 
Dec 



Red RiTer Investnieiit Co 

Samuel JohnBon A Co 

Alllfl Chambers Co 

Tiiumpli BMte Bank 

The HombeyNtehoIs-Farlcer Co 

State Bank of Ceylon 

The Farmers' L.and & Cattle Co 

Tbe Cloquet Fir & Post Co 

Hobart Iron Co 

Rainy Butte Stock Co 

Eldred Mercantile Co 

Pearflon Boat Construction Co. (Increase) 

B. P. Kramer Realty Co 

GrcKOry Cook & Co 

Rapid Service Telephone und TeleKraph Co 

Day-Hawiiit Land Co 

Minnesota Farm Land Co 

Idaho Continental MininK Co 

Minnesota Canning Co 

The Fargo Gaa & Electric Co 

Keefe-Davldaon Law Book Co 

H. H. Kearney A Co 

Merchants' State Bank of Royalton 

La Crosao Implement Co 

Edgerton Mercantile Co 

Gtrard Investment Co 

Geo. A. Homel A Co 

Chloaeo, Burlington & Quincy Ry. Co 

P. K. Olson Hardware & Furniture Co 

Ashland Improvement Co 

Hobe-Jayms Lumber Co 

Weidenhorner Co 

The Baltimore Investment Co.... 

North Star Lumber Co 

Port Huron Machinery Co 

Farmers' Co-operative Elevator Co 

Merchants' Investment Co 

Sanborn State Bank 

The HampK-Warneke Co 

Duluth General Electric Co 

State Bank of Hills 

Sleepy Eye Land & Investment Co 

The George Pervls Great Northern Land Co 

Minnesota LoK & Timber Co 

Security Mercantile Agency 

Milwaukee Land Co 

Cole & McDonald Exploration Co 

La Sonora Gold-Silver MInInK, Milling & Smelting Co. . 

Hagnolia State Bank 

Gopher Fish Co 

Spencer Grain Co 

Black River Falls Co. o( Minn 

Fred L. Gray Company 

The Book Lovers" Library 

Klldall Fish Co 

Wyman, Partridge & Co 

Mortgage Loan Co 

Western Minnesota Land & Loan Co 

Vega Land Co 

Pioneer Steel Elevator Co 

Chas. E. Thompson Lumber Co 

H, J, Johnson Co 

E. P, Stacy A Co 

Ann River Farm Land Co 

Southwestern Minnesota Telephone Co 

VibleO'Hagna Lumber Co 

Tho Boston Clothing Co 

Hobe-Peten Land Co 

The C. E. Stevens Land Co 

Western St^e Bank, Granite Palls 

Fay Biploratlon Co 

Schrath-Ahrens Co 

L. E. Storms & Co 

Phoenix Security Co 

iiie Dennis Mltchel Co 

Brooks-Evans Piano Co 

The Minnesota Dally Net 
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BIENNIAL KBFOUT 



Anoka Co, Realty Co BO-OO 

, Gold-SIabeck Land ft Credit Co 75.00 

Caley Hardware Co 60-00 

. Union Land & Loan Co 60,00 

. Greenwood Prairie Telephone Co., BOM 

. Bl. Paul Dwelling & Apartment House Co BO.OO 

Frank T. White Lard Co gO-OO 

. Boyd Transfer & Storage Co W.OO 

Farmers' & Merchants' State Bank, Cokftto BO.OO 

Lake Manufacturing Co 60.00 

The First State Bank of Brownton 60-00 

I-amberton Land Co BO-00 

. People's Telephone & Telesraph Co BO-00 

German American Rt^alty Co 50.01) 

T. ■Walil & Co B0.O0 

Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy Ry. Co 185.00 

"--vers Mercantile Co 50.00 

onge & Warner Co 120.00 

Kennedy-McLeod-McArthur Co 00-00 

Meadow Land Co 50.00 

Portage Prairie Land Co 55.00 

Great Western Farm Land Co 285.00 

. Gordon & FergUson 3TB.<» 

, Duluth Transfer Railroad Co 275.00 

. The John (.nurch Co 50.00 

C. F. Adama Co 50.00 

ThOB. Thompson Co ,.50-00 

. The Minnesota A Iowa Electric Ry. Co *™-90 

. .Wm, Porter Co 60-« 

Morgan Machine Co ^Zi 

Northwestern Fuel Co , *^-!S 

J. 8, Rowell Mnfg. Co 50-00 

Board of Trade Livery Co 50.00 

Marshall-WellB Hardware Co 60.00 

Albert Lea Light & Power Co *S-SS' 

Interurban Tel, Ex. Co 50.00 

, Alden Creek Mining Co *?9*Sx 

. State Bank of Pelan ™0? 

Settlers' Land Co J5,00 

H. A. Lc Hoy Co 80.00 

, The Realty Abstract Co 50.00 

Dybdol-Plkop Mercantile Co 50.00 

Klntla Lake Oil A Pipe Line Co 50.00 

, at. Anthony Improvement Co JO-W 

California Eastern Land Co 80.00 

. Tweets Lumber Co g"-"" 

The Riddh-Eller Co ™-"0 

Gulf Slate Co g""" 

Riverside Improvement Co WJ-"" 

. Lamport Lumber Co •■• iJ-W 

Geo O Wright Co . iROw 

: Unlieraal Casualty Co ..- W.OO 

, Kausaa City Hay Press & Machinery Co wj.w 

Ulana Land & Loan Co ™"m 

Bradford Mining Co °"-W 

. East Itaaca Mining Co , iSm 

Jaa. Schllti Brewing Co miSi 

Itiirges. Cornish & Bums Co W-00 

Jouttmayel-Elllngson Co ™.00 

S'evens Company ^'?' 

^asaopolls Mnfg. Co ■- ^O.Ofl 

. The Peoples Land Investment Co S'SI 

, State Bank of Chandler ™-^ 

Faber Lumber Co .' ™"m 

Field. Sehllck & -Co mm 

Northwestern Distributing Co S-Js - 

, The A. O, Whiting I^nd & Loan Co gO"" 

, Minnesota Midland Electric Co ^ .- "W 

. Morrison City Electric Light. Heat & Power Co 60.00 

Wavertren Land Co. 5000 

Western Camera PubllHliing Co 60.00 

! W. S. Cleveland ElevntorBuildlng Co T5.00 

, Burchard-Hulbert Investment Co mm 

P»i.erson & Berg Supply Co 50.TO 

■ Cleveland Vapor Light Co 00.00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
1. Lake & Cook County Abstract Co 



, Farmers- Central Supply Co M.OO 

. The Minnesota Bolivia Co 623.00 

, Webster Uatg. Co M.OO 

. Crystal Lake Cemetery Co BO.OO 

_. Golden Grain Belt Land Co 60,00 

. 10. John Bchnieder Lumber Co 50,00 

. 11. Twin City Telephone Co 230.00 

- 11. Qoodrsllow Dry Oooda Co 12H.0O 

Minnesota, Iowa & Caotem Ry. Co 1,626,00 

__. Ohio Coal Co 9B.0O 

. 13. The Wadena Realty Co 75.00 

■■". Tale Laundry Co 00.00 

The Canadian Northern Ry. Co 50.00 

Minnesota Central Telephone Go 12S.0O 

. Union Fiber Co 60.00 

. 11 The Bullo Hlver Improvement Co 60.00 

. 14, United States Gypaum Co 60.00 

. 15, Rum River Land Co 60.00 

. 17. Norway Mining Co 85.00 

. 17. The Sawyer ft BulB Land Co 50.00 

-~ Crete MlnlnB Co 276.00 

Staples Towing- Co 50.00 

H. C. Balcom Lumber Co 25.00 

Broxton Mining Co 275.00 

. IB. Southern Townslte Co 50.00 

. 20. furker Bros. & Co 75.00 

50, Hollls Eiectrio Co 60.00 

. L. Hammel Co 60.00 

, The Bishop & Bebcock Co 50.00 , 

, 21, Oamble-Rob In son- Sheldon Co 60.00 

. 24. Champion Mining Co 60.00 

. 24. Paisons-Rlch & Co 50,00 

. 24, Lincoln Land & Investment Co 60.00 

~" R. HerscUel Mnte. Co 50.00 

. Flnch-Bmlth Co 30.00 

Duluth General Electric Co 100,00 

, 26, Fish Broa. Untg. Co BOM 

28, Nordyke & Mormon Co ". 50,00 

2T. Blue Earth Opera House Co B0.0O 

27, Collins Plow Co 60.00 

28. Security ft Investment Co '. 60.00 

1, Winston Bros, Co 325.00 

1. Winnebago Machine A Foundry Co 50.00 

I. The Anderson Carriage Co 60.00 

8. Edwwater Realty Co 60.00 

S. r. M. Scchler Carriage Co > 60.00 

3. C H. Peck Co 60.00 

3. E.. ] Jones Lumber Co 76,00 

4. Keiicv-How Lumber Co 86.00 

4. Security Farm, Land ft Loan Co 50.00 

5. D. B. Stenn Co 60.00 

5. Standard Commission Co 60.00 

6. The Zumbrota Valley Tel. Co 60.00 

6. The Stam-Stebblns Co 60.00 

6. KUIorln Construction' Co 66,00 

7. FItcslmmons-Derrtg Co. BO.OO 

8. Lake Creek Gold & Copper Mining Co.... 60.00 

8. The Ralney River Investment Co 60.00 

10. Lansing Wagon Works 60.00 

10. Brandon State Bank 50.00 

11. .Elisabeth Iron Co 275.00 

11. Lake Superior Contracting ft Dredging Co 75.00 

11. Challenge Wind Mill Sc Feefl Mill Ca 60.00 

r. il. MlBBlaelppl Valley Preas 60,00 

:. 12. Western Securities ft Trust Co 60.00 

r. 12. New Century Piano Co 60.00 

r. 12, Nova Falska Land & Colonisation Co 60,00 

r. 12. Pike County Land Co 75.00 

r. IS. BIrkel-Haselwood Mercantile Co BO.OO 

r. 18. Harrington Construction Co 76.00 

■ '" W. Scott Mercantile Co 60.00 

Knudtson Land Co 60.00 

. Wlllmar Realty Co 60,00 

'. 14. Steward Mineral Co 60.00 



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BIENNIAL RHPORT 



Mar. 14. The Equitable Security Co 

Mar. H. Buffalo PltW Co 

Mar. IB. G. L. BTbdley Co 

Mar. in. Aultman- Miller Co 

Mar. IT. Wlllcoi & Olbb Bewins Machine Co 

Mar. 18. M. R, Doran Co 

Mar. 1». The Bchumel Iron Co 

Mar. 19. FoUet-Wlndle Co 

Mar. 20. Webb-Fetcraon Co 

Mar. 20. Hennepin Lumber Co 

Mar. 21. T. M. Partridge Lumber Co 

Mar. 22. Hillside Cemetery AM'n 

Mar. 24. The Northern Display Advertlalny Co 

Mar. 24. Hopkins Transportation Co 

Mar. 2.1. ZUllrla Transportation Co 

Mar. IS. Jennes Transportation Co 

Mar. 25. Goshawk Transportation Co 

Mar. :£i. Duluth Wholesale Supply Co 

Har. 2a. Btephens Lumber Co 

Mar. 2fl. The St. Paul Coliseum Ass'n 

Mar. 2B. Duluth & Northern Ry, CO 

Mar. 26. Minnesota Land Corporation , 

Mar, 28. The Watosa Co 

Mar. 26. The Landing Homing Co 

Mar. 2T. The Hudson Produce Co 

Mar. 20. American State Bank, St. Charles 

Mar. 2B. The Clarka Orove Lumber, ITeed A Stock Cc 

Mar. 20. Realty Co 

Mar. 20. Security Home & Investment Co 

Mar. 31. Mankato & St. Peter Ry. A Lighting Co 

Mar. 31, Kandiyohi County Tel. Co 

April 1. Torn m- O'Connor Land Co 

April 1. Stillwater Gold Mining K MIllInK Co 

April 1. KldelUy Storage * Transfer Co 

April 4. Wtlllam Dam pier Co 

April 4. Minnesota Central Tel. Co 

April 5. Leetoma Mlninn Co 

April S. State Bank of Wood Lake 

April H. Woodland Fishing Club 

April T. State Bank of Climax , 

April 7. Northern Development Co 

April B. The Albert I-ica Base Ball ASB'n 

April 9. The Minneapolis Base Ball & Athletio Asa'n 

April 10. Hazel Run State Bank 

April 11. Bagward Iron Co 

April 11. Tha Broux Co 

April 12. Pine Land Company 

April 12. Mlnnetonka Telephone Co 

April 12. Eddy Sash & Door Co , 

April 14. Quarantee Cement & Stone Co 

Aprins. lAkefleld Telephone Co 

April 16. Benson Grain Co 

April 16. Lyle Telephone Co 

April 16. Nicollet Land Co 

April IT. Sharp MntBT. Co 

AprlllT. Wells-Hanson CO 

April IT. The Bankers' Surety Co 

April IT. Wisconsin & Minnesota Land Co 

AprlllT. Wisconsin Pine Land Co 

April IT. Pine Land Investment Co 

April 10. Evans, Munzer, Pickering A Co 

April 21. The Shakopee Telephone Co 

April 21. Hibbing Land Co 

April 21. Redwood County Rural Telephone Co , 

Aprltai. Rhoades-Conneay Baggy Co 

April 21. Great Western Mineral Mining Co 

April 21. S. A. Hoyt Land Co.. 

April 23. Hill, Glnnell & Headhy Co 

Aprll23. Central Heating Co 

April 24. United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co 

April 24. American Type Founders' Co 

April 2B. Northern Land & Mortgage Co 

April 26. The Jordon Iron MlnlnB Co 

April 29. Swift Co. Land Co 

April 29. Holmes A MacCaughey Co 

April 30. Cumberland Investment Co 

April 30. M. E. Rutherford & Co 

May 1. Wlllmar Hardware Co 

May 1. Caledonia Stock A Grain Co 

May 1. Mlnneaota-Oregon Fix Co 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



May 1, Will B. Mathela Co 

Uay 1. Central Minnesota Power & MfllinK Co 

May I, Cannon Falla Farmera' Elevator Co 

May 1. BtandlBh Iron Co 

May 1. Cltlienn' Invoetment Co 

May 1. Cedar Lake Ice Co 

May 1. lowa-Mlnnesota Land Co 

May 1, Peterson Grain Co 

May 1. Lyal News PubUshlngr Co 

May 3, Scandla State Bank, Fergus Falls 

May 3. First State Bank, Fergus Falls 

May B. Parke, Davis & Co T 

May G. WenaCchee Land Co 

May G. CltlzenB" atate Bank. Wendell 

May e. First State Bank, Cold SprtnK 

May 6. The Northland Coal Co 

May 8. State Bank, Revere 

May 12. Smith- Baker Commission Co 

May 12, Hlnneapolls, Superior, St. Paul & Winnipeg Ry. Co. . 

May 12. Cook's St. Paul Omnibus & Carriage Co 

Hay 13. Asslnlbola Land & Investment Co 

May 13. Northwest Lumber Co. (Increase) 

May 13. Iowa 6 Northwestern Land Co , 

May 14. Shawraut Iron Co 

May 14. HanBOn-RaamuBln & Co , 

May 14. Southern Lumber Co , 

Hay 15. Iowa & Minnesota Investment Co 

May 1.'5. Albert Lea State Bank 

May 15. F, M. Smolalr & Co. . 

May 15. The Warroad T 



May 16. Central Telephone Co 

May 16, Norton Land Co 

May IB. Western Display Co 

May IB. The NorthweBtern Land Co 

May 16. Lawrence & Little Co 

May IT. Zenith Furnace Co , 

May 17, Geo. W. Norenberg Co 

May IT. The Annuity Endowment Corporation 

May 20. The Bea Hh-e 

May 20. Wllhnar Milling Co 

May 21. St. Paul Terminal ft Transier Co 

May 21. Chute Realty Co 

May 23, State Bank, Donnelly 

Hay 2T. Settler Liquor Co, (Increase) 

May 29. Acetylene Apparatus Mntg. Co 

June 1. John Coats Thread Co 

June 1. Lincoln Implement Co 

June 1. St. Paul Contracting Co 

June 1, Naahwauk Co , 

June 1. Merchants' Protective Aas'n 

June 1. Bank of Klk River 

June 1. Cottonwood Water A Llgtit Co 

June 1. State Bank of Park Rapids 

June 1. Twin City Construction Co 

June 1. The Itasca Mlnlngr Co 

June 2, C. W. ColbJonlBee Co 

Jure 2. The Pauley JBll BulIdlnK A MnfK- Co 

June 3. Ruth Iron Co 

June 4. Guthmauer A Abeles Co 

June 4. Bt. Paul Union Depot Co 

June 4. Schwarischlld A Sulzberger Co 

June a. Northern Electrical Co 

JuBS 7. Slate Bank of Lake Wilson 

Jun« B. Bkewea-Moen Co. 

Juno 9. Grand Rapids Exploration Coi 

June 10. Guaranty Farm Land Co 

June 10. Floodwood River Improvement Co 

June 10. State Bank of Silver LaMe 

June lU, Carlock Land & Credit Co 

June 11. State Bank of Milroy 

June II. The Union Trading Stamp Co 

June 11. The Chicago, Rock Island A Pacific Ry. Co. . 

June 12. Centra] Minnesota Elevator Co 

June 13. The Fowler Elevator Co 

Jun« 13. Den niston- Kilts Land Co 

June 13. P. A. Patrick Bulldlnir Co 

June 13. Farm Improvement Co 

June 13. T. M, Roberts Supply Co 

June 14. The Rosh&lt-Berg Co 



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104 BIENNIAL HEPORT 

June 14. Halton Mercantile Co BftOO 

June 14. The Elk Vallej' LAnd Colonliatlon Co TS.OO 

June 18. The VendlnK Machine Co BO.OO 

June 18. The United Btates Fuel OH Co 80.00 

June 17. Duluth Safety Car Stake Co 50.00 

June 17. Wallace ContractltiK Co ».00 

June la Debbie- Miner-Good win CO 50.00 

June 18. J. NlelB Lumber Co 1P5.00 

June IB. Clean I>and Co 25.00 

June 21. Weatem Elevator Co 275.00 

June 21. Creacent Lumber Co BO.OO 

June 2S. Minnesota Mhilns A Mnfg. Co 275.00 

June 23. Bmalley Tea Co 50.00 

June 23. Fairmont Creamery Co BO.OO 

June 24. Winter & Ames Co 25.00 

June 2S. Lake Cryatal State Bank BO.OO 

June 27. Harrison E. Waller Luml>er Co 26.00 

June 30. Bt. John Grain Co 100.00 



PAYMENTS INTO THE THEAaUBT FROM PEES PAID BT STATE BANKS. 
FOR THE TWO TEARS ENDING JULT 31, lOUi, AS PER CHAPTER 41, 
LAWS OF 1803. 

Ada, First State Bank 

Adrian State Bank 

Aitkin County Bank 

Alden, State Bank <jf 

Alexandria. Douglaa County Bank 

Amboy State Bank 

Annandale. State Bank of ., 

Anoka. State Bank o( 

Appleton, Bank ot 

Appleton State Bank (1900) 

ArRyle, Farmers' A Merchants' Bank of 

ArtlnBlon, nrat State Bank 

Aahby, First State Bank of 

Atwater. Security Bank of 

Avoca State Bank 

Akeley State Bank 

Albert Lea State Bank 

Ballaton, First State Bank of (IBOO) , 

. Barneavllle, Farmers' & Mechanics" State Bank.. 

Barretts. State Bank of 

Belle Plalne. State Bank of 

Belltnghani State Bank 

Bellvlew. State Bank of 

Benson, Bank of 

BIk Lake, Sherburne County State Bank 

Bird Island, Renville County Bank 

Black Duck, First State Bank of 

Blooming Prairie, State Bank of 

Blue Earth i^ity. Farmers' & Merchants' State Ban 

Boyd, First State Bank of (JOOO) 

Brandon State Bunk 

Bralnerd, Northern Facltlc Bank 

Breekenrldge, Merchants' State Bank of (1000) 

Brlcelyn. State Bank of 

Brownton. First State Bank of 

Buffalo, State Bank of (1900) 

Buffalo Lake, State Bank of (IBUO) 

Brewster State Bank 

Caledonia. Houston County Stale Bank 

Campbell, State Bank of 

Canby, Bank ot 

Ceylon, State Bank of 

Chaska, Carver County State Bank (1000) 

Chandler. State Bank of 

Canby, Cltliens' Stale Bank 

Clara City State Bank 

ClarkHeld. Stale Bank of 

Climax. State Bank of 

Cokato, State Bank of 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



ChoklD State B»nk 

Comfrey, State Buk alf 

Cottonwood. Secufity Btate Bank of 

Cokato, Farmers' & Hcrchanta' State Bwik (ISOO).. 

Cottonwood State Bank 

Crookaton, Scandla American Bank of 

Currie, First State Bank of (IDOO) , 

Cold Spring, fiTBt State Bank 

Danel. Bank of 

DawBon, Bank of 

DawBon. Commercial Bank of 

Dakota County State Bank 

Delano. Wright County Bank , 

Detroit, Fim State Bank of 

Dulvth, American Sxchanxe Bank 

Dulutli, Duluth TruBt Co 

Donnelly, State Bank of 

Eden Valley, State Bank of 

Ellendale, Becurlty State Bank (1900) 

Elbow Ld.ke. Bank of 

Elk River, The Bank of 

Faribault, State Bank of 

Faribault, Security Bank 

Fairfax, State Bank of 

Fairfax. Citizens' State Bank 

Farminfrton, ExchanKe Bank of 

Fertile, State Bank ; 

Fomton. First State Bank of 

Flaher. Bank of , 

Franklin. Slate Bank of (1800) 

ProBt, 'state Bank of .'....' .' 

Fulda. State Bank of 

Fergus Falls, First State Bank 

" Falls, Scandla State Bank 



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Good Thunder, BUte Bank of 

Granada, State Bank 

Grand MaralB, Cook County State Bank 

GraceviUe, Bonk of , 

Granite Falls, Yellow Medicine County Bank.. 

Granite Falls, Western State Bank 

Granite Falls Bank 

Hallock. Kittson County Bank 

Halstad. State Bank oi 

Hammond, State Bank 

Hastings. German American Bank 

Basel Run State Bank 

Hector, Farmera' & Merchants' Bank 

Hector, Slate Bank of 

Hendmm, State Bank of 

Hendricks, State Bank Of 

HendrickB, Lincoln County State Bank 

HenderBon. Sibley County Bank 

HenninK, State Bank of (lIiuO) 

Heron lAke, State Bank of 

Howard Lake, Bank of 

Hutchinson, Bank of 

" - " --, Cltliena' Bank 



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Isanti. State Bonk of (IDUO) 

lona. State Bank of 

ivanhoe. State BtaSt of 

ranesvllle, Waseca County Bank.. 



leffers. State Bank of 

Kent State Bank 

Kennedy, State Bank of 

Kenyon, Cltiaens' State Bank 

Klester, State Bank of.: 

Kimball, State Bank of 

I^ke Benton. Cltlcens' State Bank 

Lakedeld, CltUena' State Bank 

Lakedeld, Jackson County State Bank.. 
I«.kevl11e, Dakota County State Bank... 

Lake City, Cltliens' Bank of 

Lake City Bank 











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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Ij&ke Park, Becker County State Bank.. 

Ijamberton, Ciluens' BCate Bank 

l^ake CrvBtai State Bank 

Lamberton, State Bank of 

LMter PralrlB, Slate Bank of 

I^e Roy. First State Bank of 

Le Sueur, Flrat State Bank of 

Lltchfleia, Bank of 

Lltchflald. Meeker County Bank 

Llsmorc, Bank of (lUOO) 

Long Prairie, The Bank of 

Long Pralrte, Merchants' State Bank... 

liuveme, Rock County Bank 

Liuveme, Security Bank of 

I-afayelte, State Bank of 

Lake Wilson, State Bank of 

Mcintosh, State Bank of 

Madella. State Bank of 

Madison, Farmers' State Bank 

Madison, lAC qui Parle County Bank... 

Magnolia, State Bank 

Hankato, State Bank 

Mapleton State Bank 

Uaxeppa, Bank of 

Merrlam Park, Bank of 

Mlnneota, State Bank of 

Minnesota Irftke. Security State Bank. . 
Mlnneapolla, The Security Bank of Ml- 

Hlnneapolla, Qerman- American Bank 

Minneapolis, Oerroanla Bank 

UlimeapoUs, Metropolitan Bank 

Minneapolis, Minnesota Loan & Trust Co 

IClnneapollB, Minneapolis Trust Co 

Minneapolis. Minnesota Title Insurance ft Trust Co.. 

Minneapolis, People's Bank of 

Minneapolis, St. Anthony Falls Bank 

Minneapolis, South Side State Bank 

Morgan, Bank ot 

Morris, Cltliens' Bank 

Morrlstown, State Bank 

Montlcello, Citliens' State Bank 

Montevideo, Citizens' Slate Bank 

Mountain Lake, The Bank ot 

Miles, State Bank of 

Milroy, State Bank of 

New London, State Bank of 

New Richland. State Bank of 

NewUlm, Brown County Bank 

New Ulm, State Bank of 

Northfleld, Citizens' Bank 

Norwood, Bank of 

Nassau State Bank 

OUvta, State Bank 

Ormaby. Stale Bank of 

Onnsby, Farmers' State Bank 

Ortonvllle, Bank of 

Osakls State Bank 

Owatonna. First State Bank 

PaynesvlUe. Bank of 

Pine City. First State Bank Pine County 

Pipestone, Pipestone County Bank 

Porter, State Bank of (1900)..: 

Princeton, CHlienB' State Bank 

Felan. Stata Bank of 

Park RapldB State Bank 

Raymond, State Bank of (1900) 

Red Lake Falls, First State Bank 

Red Lake Falls. Merchants' State Bank 

Red Wing, Goodhue County Bank 

Red Wing, Bank of Pierce. Simmons <k Co 

Redwood FallB, Bank of 

Reading, State Bank dT 

Benvtlle, Renville Stale Bank 

Renville, Security Bank of 

Revere, Slate Bank of 

Royalton. Merchants' State Bank 

St. Paul, The Capital Bank 

St. Paul, St. Paul Trust Co 













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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



St. Paul, St. Paul Title A Trust Co 

St. Paul, Bcandlnarlaa- American Bank 

■St. Paul, Security Trust Co 

St. Paul, Savin SB Bank of 

St. Paul, State Bank of 

«t.Paul,The Dnlon Bank 

St. Paul, Stock Tarda Bank. South St. Paul 

at. Paul, The West Side Bank 

«t.Charlea, Cltlseps' State Bank 

St.HJlalre, Ffrst StatP Bank of (1900) 

St. Poter, NleoUet County Bank 

Shelly, State Bank of (1900) 

Sberbum. Bank ot 

Sherburn, State Bank 

aiayton. CltlienB' State Bank 

Slayton, State Bank of 

Sleepy E^ye, State Bank of 

SprtngOeld. State Bank of 

Spring Valley, Flrat State Bank ot 

Stephen, Scandla State Bank 

Stephen, State Bank of 

Steivart, Farmera' & Merchants' State Bank... 

Sflver Lake, State Bank of 

Stewart, State Bank of 

Sanborn. State Bank 

St. Charies. American State Bank 

Thief River Falls, First State Bank of 

Thief River Falls. Scandla State Bank (1900).. 



Toner. Flrat State Bank of.. 
Trum -. . - - 



Twin VsUey, FJr« State Bank of 

Tyler, First State Bank of (IttJU) 

Triumph State Bank 

Ulen, State Bank of 

Wabasso, State Bank of (1000) 

Waconla. Fanners' State Bank 

Wanda. State Bank of 

Warren, State Bank of 

Waseca. Cltliens' State Bank of 

Waseca County Bank 

Waseca, The People's State Bank of. . 

WatertowD, Stats Bank of 

Watklns. State Bank 

Waverly, State Bank of 

Welcome, State Bank 

Wendell, Cltlsena' State Bank 

Wells. The Bank 

Westbrook, State Bank of aOOO) 

Wtaeaton, State Bank ot 

Woodstock. State Bank of 

WorthlnKton, State Bank of 

Wnder. Farmers' State Bank (1000).... 

WlUmar, Kandiyohi County Bank 

WlUmar, Bank of 

Wlndom, Cottonwood County Bank. . 
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Walnut Grove, First State Bank... 

Walnut Grove State Bank 

Wood Lake, State Bank of 

Toung America, State Bank ot.,,. 



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10.00 

20.00 


10.00 
10.00 


10.00 
10.00 


2a.Q0 

K 

10.00 

moo 

10.00 

loloo 
lo'oo 






10.00 



26.00 
20.00 
20.00 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 
20.00 



10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



lO.OO 
10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



28.00 
10.00 
20.00 



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BIENNIAL RBPORT 



laoD 

10.00 

10.00 



Mech&nlcg' and Worklngmen's Bldg. Society, MlnneapollB 

Turnen' Bulletins Association, Minneapolis 

Mankato Mutual Building & Loan Aas'n, Manliato 

HlcB Street Building Society, St. Paul 

Nnrth Side Building & Loan AflEodatlon, HlnneapollB. .. . 

Union BulldlnfT & Loan Aesoclatlon. Duluth 

West End Building & Loan Association, Duluth 

Zenith Building & Loan Association. Duluth 

FJdeltty Building, Loan & S^Lvlnga Association, Winona.. 

Minneapolis Savings & Loan AsaoclsUon, Minneapolis 

Cltmai Building & Loan Association, Duluth 

Hennepin SavlTiga & Loan Association, Minneapolis 

St. Paul Mutual Building AssoclaUon No. 1 

Winona Building & Loan Association 

Qerman-Amerlcan Building Association, St. Paul 

Northern Pacific Co-op. Bldg. & Loan Society, St. Paul. 

Pioneer Savings & Loan Co 

HInneaota Savings Fund & InveatTnent Co 

United States Savings & Loan Co 

Interstate Savings & Loan Association 

The Home Savings & Loan Association 

Quaranty Savings & Loan Association 

Pioneer Savings & Loan Co 

Minnesota Savings Fund and Investment Co 

UnMed States Saving & Loan Co 

Interstate Savings & Loan Association 

The Home Savings & Loan AssoclaUon 

Quaranty Savings & In^an Association 

Union Savings Association, Sioux Falls, B. D 

Interstate Mutual Building & Loan Association 

Inter-CIty Mutual Building & Loan Aas'n. MlnneapollB. ... 

Washington County Building * Loan Association 

Hankato Savings ft Loan Assoclat.on 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Totals 



LOAN AND TRUST COMPANIES' FEES. 

PATUENTB INTO THE TREASIJRT FROM FEES PAID BY LOAN AND 
TRUST COMPANIES, FOR THE TWO TEARS ENDING JULY 31, 1902. 



19.00 

20,00 
20.00 



10.00 


10.00 

w'm 

10.00 
KM 

laoo 

10.00 

lo.on 

10.00 








.«! 




acioo 



, Minnesota Title Insurance and Trust Co. . 

. St. Paul Title and Trust Co 

. Beucrlty Trust Co., St. Paul 



Har. 8. Mlnnesol 

July 22. Mir 

July 22. St. 

July -a. Sec 

July 30. Mir 

July 23. St. 

July 24. Sec 

July 24. Mir 

July 24. St. 



1. Loao ft Trust Co... 

ills Trust Co , 

Title & Trust Co 

a Loan & Trust Co. . 



e and Trust Co. . 



CITY OF ST. PAUL. 

PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FOR SERVICES OF THE PUBLIC EXAM- 
INEE IN EXAMINING FINANCIAL OFFICES. FOR TWO TEARS ENDING 
JULY 31, 1902. 

Mar. 18. City at St. Paul 1960.00 

May JT. City of St. Paul Se2.0O 

Dec. 28. City of St. Paul 000.00 

Totals t2,112.«0 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Sept. 10. Sales by Huperintendent of public Instruction 1112.00 

Nov. 12. Sales by supeiin ten dent of public InatrucUon OOl.lM) 

l>ec. 13. Sales by superintendent of public Instniction 313.60 

Jan. 9. Sales by superintendent of public Instruction 2Ui.O0 

Feb. 3. Sales by superintendent of public Instruction 140.00 

July 26. Sales by superintendent ot public Instruction 6SS.T6 

Oct, T. Sales by superlnlendent of pubUc Instruction 831.00 

Oct. 23. Sales by superintendent of public instruction 380.50 

Nov. 18. Sale* by superintendent of public Instruction 471.50 

Dec 12. Sales by superintendent of public InstrucUon 310.00 

1002. 

Jan. 10. Salea by superintendent of public Instruction 280.00 

Feb. e. Sales by superintendent of public Instruction SS0.60 

Mar. 24. Sales by superintendent of public Instruction 8t\60 

Hay 3, Bales by superintendent of public Instruction lOn.OO 

June 0. Sales by superintendent Of public instruction 253.50 

Totals H893.25 

PAYMENTS INTO THE TRBA8URT PROM INTEREST AND SALES OF RE- 
FORM SCHOOL PROPERTY, FOR THE TWO YEARS ENDINQ JULY 31, 1002. 
leOL 

^Moa'^' '■ "■ ^^'^^- ■**" treaaurer, Inlereet collections IS8.40 

June le, J. H. Block, state treaaurer, collections on principal 848.00 

June 18. J, H. Block, state treaauier. collections on Interest 47.62 

Total imM 



Jan. 31. Geo. C. Lambert, recelpta (26.63 

Mar. 23. B. D. LIbbey. receipts .• 21.(B 

Auk. D. E- D. LIbbey, receipts 02.85 

Total tl40.03 



1900. 

Aug. IT. July fees 

Sept. 12. August fees 

Oct. 15. Beptember fees . 

Nov. 13. October fees 



Aug. 27. 
Sept. 28. 
Oct. 26. 
Nov. 20. 



. December tees . . 

February tees . . 

March fees 

April fees 

May fees 

July fei-a 

AuKust fees — 

September fees . 



168.60 
184.00 
130.60 
126.00 
1S2.D5 
13e.W 



ApHi ;._. 

May 26. 
July 3. 
July 29. 



. December fees 
, January tees . 

, February fees 
March fees .... 
Aorll lees 

June fees 



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110 BIENNIAL RBPOET 

PAYMENTS INTO THE STATE TRBABDRY FROM FEES PAID, BY NOM- 
INEES FOR STAXa OFFICES, FOR THE YEAR ENDINQ JUI.Y SI, 1901. 

S. R. Van Bant teOJ)» 

L. A. Smith eO.OO 

P. B. HaDBon 60.00 

J. H. Blocit BO.OI>- 

W. B. Douglaa tni.M 

C. M, Start 60.1)0 

L. W. ColUnB V 60.00 

C, F. Staples BO.0O 

J. Q. MUler 60,00 

I. B, HiiiB eaoo 

Qeo, A. Wbltney BOOO 

1. C DonaiVan -- -- 

E^dwlD Ounn 

Wb. B. t«« 

H. W. Stone 

J J. Dodge 

O. K, Nasseth 

J. L. Gassell 

Carl Wlrth • 

R. SchtrCmann 

M. H. Frendergast 

O. W, AndenoD 

Geo. Lester 

O. T. Roniatand 

D, Abubl 

F. D. Nuerenberg 

John Jenswold 

T. C. Hodgson 

John LUld 

Cbaa. MeiKhen 

M. B. Neary 

H. C. Konmer 

R, C. Saundero 

P. M. Rlngdal 

T. J. Kdox 

Thos. Lucas 

W. W. MorrlB ft 

• Ed. KriK 

Chao. Brandborg 

E, O. Wallender 

B. M. PalTachlld 

a. M. Powell 

M. P. Uoran 

M. P. Parks 

J. D. Hlbbert 

Geo. P. Wells 

J. A. McConkey 

C, M. Way 

E. 8. Bills 

And.' Rankin^!"!!l!"!l!l'"''"!!!^^'!!"!""!i"! !!!!!! i!!"i !!!"!!!!! 

p. J. Nelson 

J. J. Rindahl 

B. B. Haugen 

C. B. Wilkinson 

F. W. CarllBle 

C. W. Dorsett 

Total ts.eoo.oo- 

PAYMENTS INTO THE TBEA8URT PROM GRAIN INSPECTION FEBB, FOR. 

THE TWO YEARS ENDING JULY 31, IflOZ 

1901. 1002. 

AugUBt oolleetlona 118,800.00 flO.TOS.M 

September collections 13.000,00 10.174.(rT 

October collections 10.500.00 8S.I9I.79- 

Noveniber collections 27.600.00 88,407.31 

December collections 27,300.00 49.600.97 

Jaouary collections 21,7OaO0 28,000.8ri 

February collections 13,000.00 17,42B.4» 

March colleclloos 13,600.00 11,817.27 

April colleoti jns M.000.00 18,360.26 

May collections 12,700.00 14,960.46 

June collections 10,000.00 18,10B.67 

July collecllona 13.000.00 11.282.08 

Totals «20S,000.00 «3I«,8eS.61 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



PATMBNTB INTO THE] TREASURT, BT COUNTY TREASURERS, FOR MON- 
EYS COLLECTED FOB HUNTERS' LICENSES FOR THE TWO YEARS 
ENDING JULY SI, 1S02. 



Cotnmiu. 


# 


#• 




#.| 


#■ 




170.00 
1.00 
2S.00 


M06.78 

II 

sa!fio 

02^60 

'S 

:n) 

85.00 

Si 

2:2s 

iz 

SJ.BS 




■"'1 














P 

■ill 

72:tB 












I.K 














8.00 


Nobs'.:;".:".:".:".::::.: 
gf^'^S 










ii 
























1? 

"5:? 

3.3S 






















s:sm 


























i.26 












■:!8 

1SD.2S 




'^ 




















2:76 
























4.T 
2.00 




.,5| 
















































. YoUow Medicine 










6:25 

2.25 


„.,^» 











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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Sua or Bank. 



In MwebantB 
In The St. Paul 

In UDlon Bank 

-n SUte Bank ^..., 

_n Scandinavian American Bank 
In Security Bank ot Minnesota. . 



In The Swedish American National Bank. 
In The First Nat'l Bank of Minneapolis. 

In Metropolitan Bank ot Minneapolis 

''Ti Bt. Anthony Falls Bank 

n The National Bank ol Conunerce 

a South Side Btate Bank 

D Flour City National Bank 

_ji Bank of Appleton 

In Cltliena' state Bank 

In First State Bank of Ada 

In Slate Bank of Alden 

In First National Bank of Alexandria... 

In Amboy State Bank 

~ii Btate Bank of Anoka 

In Appleton Stale Bank 

In The Security Bank of Atnater 

'n The Citizens' National Bank of Austin. 

n The Austin National Bank 

_n The First Nafl Bank of Barnesvllle. . 

In Sherborne County State Bank 

'n RenvUle County Bank of Bird Island. 

a First National Bank of Bralnerd 

In The First Nafl Bank ot Breckenrld^. 

a Fanners' and Merohants' Bank 

n Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank 

I Farmers' and Merchants' Bank 

a Bank ot Appleton 

n Bank o( Canby 

n Clarkfleld State Bank 

a Cottonwood Btate Bank 

n Security State Bank ot Cottonwood,. 

a The Scandla-Am. Bank of CroohstOn.. 

_n Flret State Bank of Currle 

In First National Bank 

~n Mercliants National Bank 

n Bank of Dassel 

.n Bank of Dawson 

In Commercial Bank of Oawson 

In The First National Bank of Detroit... 

In American Kxohange Bank 

•l First State Bank 

a The First Nat. Bank of E. Grand Porks 

.a Bank of Elbow I<ake 

In First National Bank 

-n Martin County Bank 

a The Flrat Nat. Bank ot i^rmont. 

_a Security Bank 

In First State Bank of Fosston 

In State Bank of Franklin 

In Bauk uf Fisher 



. _ _.. s Falls Bank.. 

n Western Btate Bank 

.n State Bank of Halstad 

In Farmers' and Merchants' Bank. . 



St. Paul 

St. Paul 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 

Minneapolis . 
I Minneapolis . 
I Minneapolis . 
I Minneapolis . . 



''^ 



t4,464.t» 
l,73a.« 

BTT.GO 
llB.Tl 

2.M7. ' 



«.T4 



Appleton . 



Detroit , 

e. Qrand Forks. . 
Blbow Lake 





'He? 












190.5t 


Breckenrtdge 




ss.efi 

1T.I» 























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AUDITOR OF STATE 



Namb or Bare. 



For Year For Yeu- 



D Flnt National Bank of Jacksoi 

n Cltlzena' State Bank 

n Jackson County State Bank., 
n Stata Bank of Lambenon.... 



Lake .. 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Lakefleia 

Liakedetd 

Ijjnberton . , . 
L,it<ilifl«Id 

Litetiadd 

Little Falls .. 
LonK Prairie ■ 
l.uveme 



a Citlsens' Bank 

a CltlHBDB' State Bank. 

a Lac qui Parle County Bank 

a Fannon' State Bank 

n National CitlEena' Bank of Mankato. . 

□ State Bank of Mcintosh 

a Tim National Bank 

a Lyon County National Bank 

a Firat National Bank 

n Bank of OrtonvlUe 

□ First State Bank of Owatonna 

a State Bank 

D Brown County Bank 

B Cltlzena" Bank 

a The FIrat Nat. Bank of Pipestone.... 

o Pipestone County Bank 

n State Bank of Porter 

n Cltlsena' State BaDit 

n atuens" Bank of New Ulm 

n Uer. State Bank of Bed Lake Falll.. 

n Security Bank of Benvllle 

n Renville State Bank 

n First National Bank 

a. Bank of Sherbum 

Q The Cltiiens' State Bank of Slayton. . 

n The First Nat. Bank of Slayton 

n State Bank of Slayton 

n Bank of EQeepy Eye 

n State Bank of Sprinsfleld 

a Merchants' National Bank 

n First National Bank 

n State Bank of Woodstock 

n Bank of Wlllmar 

n The First National Bank of Wadena. 

n The JTlrat National Bank of Wells 

n Kandiyohi County Bank. 

n The First fjatlonal Bank of Wlndom. 

n Cottonwood County Bank 

n The First Nat. Bank of Winnebago City 
D Wlnsna Deposit Bank of Wlnor' 
n State Bank of YounK America. 



n Security Bank.. 



Man ball ... 
Moorhead . 
Ortonvlllo . 

■w Ulm '.'. 
- . ^w Ulm . . 
Northlleld . 
Pipestone .. 
Pipestone ■ . 



Redwood Falls - . 

Sherburo 

Slayton 

Slayton 

Slayton 

Sleepy Bye 

Spiinfffleld 

St. Cloud 

Woodstock 

Wlllmar 

Wadena 



Wlndom 

Wlndom 

Winnebago City . 



33.38 
84.21 
ei.lM 



se.i4 

37.66 



74.01 
«i.2T 



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114 BIENNIAL REPORT 

PATUENT8 INTO THE TREASURY FROM PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST ON 
SCHOOL DISTRICT AND UNIVEHSITI LOANS ("OR THE YEAR ENDING 

JULY 81. leoi. 



0.™- 


Ssss. 


Bcb^ 


*er«llr. 


ToUl. 




«3.0T9-00 

t|:5 
ffi:88 

8,060.00 
1.660.00 

6es.oo 

1.01B.OC 

Loeoloc 

111 

2,400.00 
3.SM.00 
4,«B4,Ot 

7.2*]:a 

3:4O0!0C 

2,2U,0C 
2,B00:0( 

i.oee!o( 

8,031.0( 

IS 

...2:S 

l:ffiS 

8,480.00 
8W.00 
4.680.00 
l,847.5t 

12.453:ot 
3,044.00 

2.606.00 
3,BT5.0C 

ffl:S 

2.505.00 
1,«30,00 
4.425.00 

""B.iiiy.66 
i.i.'io.oa 

430.« 

3.794;5( 
1,4«4.00 

1.83O.0( 

^is 

7:«5:« 
,.KS 
S:2 

125,00 
4.320,00 


1.4a2!2£ 
TOB.Ol 

sas.er 

874.84 

835:41 
869.50 
1,076.88 
248.2,1 
197.3.'i 
















































































2,002.03 

"•El 

1,625.04 

1.1(12.5,1 
1.012.48 


















































""i2SO.i36 




























728.47 














1,42«.03 
1,832.12 
245.0t 

22a'3r 




























,294.38 
















617.06 
9.00 

'■^■^ 

i,oeo:i; 

886, OH 
123.70 
2,31T,B;i 
488.90 




















~ 




































2.278.46 










IK 

450.30 
1.732.01 

1,047. It 

3.039:k1 
631.05 
61.84 

66.00 

620.44 

756.82 

1.066. 8S 

».00 












si™'.:::::::::;::;;::::::::::::::::;;::: 




















































412.00 


































K ;:::::;:;;;:;:;::;::::""v:;::::::;::; 
^~SSShi ■.■■.■■■.■■■::::::: 








■^Si:SS 










123.75 

Si! 

1.468.81 












































l108.3TO.il 















AUDITOR OF STATE. 



PAYMENTS INTO THE TREASURY FROM PRINCIPAL AND INTERHST C 
SOHOOI. DIHTRipT AND UNlVBRaiTY LOAi4S POK THE YEAR BNDIf 
JULY 31. 1M2. 



COnVTMB. 


Pmiui- 


ast' 




Total. 




•;« 

B.000.00 
1.670.00 

JSS8 

"•SI 

2,810.00 

630.00 
.080.0C 

.looloc 

2.200.00 

iS 

2:000.0( 

3!380:oi 
l.OOO.OC 

i.oioioc 

R.SM.O( 
2,602.80 
i;925.00 
13,261.07 
844.60 
8,626.82 
2.312.50 

11 

Z030!0C 

Ms 

,415.0t 

8.905:0( 

■ ■i8,'Ki8!.21 

'2io:« 

1,190:0C 
565.00 

1.462.00 
1.100.00 
2.5.10.00 
2.660.00 


899.49 
1.140.97 
321.00 

as 
ss 
^z 

M2.81 

"fl 
278: 1! 

1.635;k 

1.3«>.T8 
840.02 




l2.oes.3s 

2.4T2;49 




































k^-U 














f^U 





















2.8^:87 














1,K 










:::::::;; 




i:» 










tinb.66 
















'■SS! 












































"S:SS 

623.67 
665.12 
2. 327. 25 
1,0»6.2H 

988:70 
277,60 

"•as 

'«:!! 

1,497.15 

525.07 

40.00 

3.914.74 

1 


84.08 








































wo'.oo 














JfJSSii * 































































































480.00 






1.424.00 








































400.00 




























483;m 
























Total* 


«1B8,302 01I 


*e«.400.70 


ti.osi.ie 


f2M.4e8.9B 



BIBNNIAL REPORT 



MankBts Soraial School. 

laoo. 

Oct. i. September ^smlnffi S1.4T5,59 

Nov. 7. October earnlQEH £04.64 

Dec. B. November earnlngB 604.90 

leai. 

Jan. S. December earnlnga TS4.SS 

Feb. S. January earnings UK-Sl 

Uar. U. February eamlnsa 845.74 

April 2. March eainliin 868.70 

May 1. April earninsa 1S0.I1 

June 3. May eamlDKB 841.36 

July 2. June eamlnKa ISS.TB 

July K, July eamlnga IT&.OT 

Feb. is. EamlDKfl from Sept. 1, 1001, to Feb. I, 1902 $1,821.98 

Uar. 3. February earnings 3lt2.S7 

Aprllia March earnings S27.2e 

Hay 12. April eamlnsB 2T0.0A 

June 24. May eanttnss 301.67 

July IS. June eamlDKB 199.76 

Total ~ 



1000. 



Moor bead Nonnal flekool. 



_.. September earnings 

Nov. 12. October eamlnKS 

Dec. 12. November earnings 

Jan. 8. December earnings 

Feb. 16. January earnings 

Mar. T. February esrnliigs 

April S. Marcb eEtrnlnga 

May 1. April earnings 

June 3. Itay earnings 

July 2. June earnings 

1902. ~ 

Feb. 13. September, Octobnr. November and December 

Mar, IS. January earnings .'.'..'....' 

Mar. 18. February eamlngB 

April 16. March earnings 

Hay 12. April earnings 

June 21. May earnings 

Total 



St. Cloud NonaBi S 

ISOO. 

Sept. 7. December, 1890, earnings 

Oct. S. September, 1900, earnings 

Nov. 2. October earnings 

Dec. 5. November earnings 

Dec. 22. December earnings 

Feb. 2. January earning* 

Mar. a, February earnings 

April 2. March earnings 

May 2. ^ril earnings 

July 2. June earnings 

July 2J. July earnings 



.ds.Gooi^lc 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



. 14. October earn In KS .... 
. 14. NoTember •omlnn . 
'". December earalDga .. 



. 18. January earnlnn . 
. IS. September, 1901, earr 
'. 18. February eamluK* ■ 



April IS. March eacnlnca . 
Hay 12, April' eamlnn ■ 
Juna 24. May earnings . 



July IB. June earnings 

July 81. Overpayment on warrant ^ 



'WinvB* NoFHMl Be] 

1900. 

Oct. 4. July. Augiist and September eamlnKs.. 

Nov. 2. October ef mlngH 

Dec, 0. November eamlnn 

1901. 

Jan. S. December eainlngs 

Peb. 6. January eamlnga 

Mar. S. February earnings 

April 3. March eamlnga 

Miy 2. April efirnlna» 

Juna 3. May earnings 

July 20. June and July eamlnga 



. aeptember, October and November eamlnga.. 
. December earnings 



April 16. Harcb earnings . 
Hoy 12. April earninics . 
June 24. May earnings . 



Anoli* 8tBt« Asylnm. 



t&y Z 



8epL II. 
Nov. 16. 
Dec 11, 



2. February earnings . . 
' March earninKS 

April earnings 

May earnings 

June earnings 

Auguat earnings 

October earnings 

November earnings . 



Jan. 14. 
Feb. 13. 
April 18. 



(148.84 
96.90 


2;0Te.66 








»S46.(Ui 

4fiaos 

li 

Si:!? 

s.eo 


W.168,11 
4.908.47 


11,816.87 
810.46 

: si 

102.88 






110,072.68 


'iSS 






|S61,87 


175.00 

K-2S 



. r earnings .. 

. January earnings . . . 

April IS. March earnings ■ 

Hay 12. April earnings 

July 16. June earnings 













t41.D2 

'At 

25.40 
12.46 

a. TO 


♦2,142.76 


1900. 


HMitlnss Stale Asrlam. 








September earnings 

November eamlngB 

Der^mber earnlnKs 

January earnings 

February eamlnga 












July 1. 


June earnings 





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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Aug. S. July eamlnsB 

Sept. 11. August earnlnfts . 

Nov. IB. October eamlnKB . 

1902. 

Hay 12. Anrll earning^ . . . . 

June 24, May earnings 

Total 



St. Pcler Slate Httsp 



1900. 
Sept. 11 


August earnings 


;.;;:::;;:; "SSS 


Dec. IS. 


November earrflngB 


4ffI.6B 


Uar. 4. 


January earnings 


]EE^ ^IS 








July 2. 
July 81. 


July earnings 


1,0B2.61 

«•■" „„„ 


S'S- 








Jan. 14. 


December earnings 


■.■■...•.■.■.;•. SIS 


Mar. IB. 

^rll Id. 


February earnlngB 

March earnings 


sse.iQ 

2W.4T 




iMy earnings 






ToUl 










|lft881.8a 



r State BosDltBl. 



1901. 

'A S 

Mar. 18. 

June 14. 
July 13. 
July 31. 


September earnlnga 

October earnlnss 

November earnins? 


923.00 




February earnings 

March earnings 

April earnings 


■ass 
as 




















tT.«M.OT 


Jan. 4, 

M^ 12. 
July 1 
July 18. 






















December earnings 


1.416.82 






































7,2Ki.«T 










|14.2eO.M 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



^^ *«■»■• .Falls 8t>le Hoavital 

Aug. n. July eamtuKS 

Sept; 19. AuguBt earnlngB 

Oct. IT. September earnings 

Nov. 19. October earnings 

Dec. 13. November aarningB 

1901. 

Jan. IT. December eamlnga 

Peb. 20. January eamlngrs 

Mar. 9. February eamlngu 

April 2. March eamlnBa 

May 2. Anrtl earnlngB 

June 1. May earnings 

July 2. June earnlagB 

Aug. 1. July earnings 

Oct. 1. August earnings 

Oct. 13. September earnings 

Nov. 15. October earnings 

Dec. 11, November earnings 

IBCa. 

Jan. 11, December earnings 

Feb. 13. January eBmlnge 

Mar. 18. February eamlnga 

April Ifi. Marcb earnings 

May 12. April earnings 

June 24. May eamlnga 

July 16. June earnings 

Total 

Sckool f«r tbe Deaf. 

IBTO. . . 

Sept. *. AUgttat earnlags 

Oct. 2. Septaaitiee earnings 

Nov. 3. October earnings 

Dec. S. November earnings 

IBOl. 

Jan. 3. December earnings 

Feb. 2. January earnings 

Mar. i. February earnings 

April 2. March earnings 

May 1, April earnings 

June 3. Hay earnings 

July 1. June .earnings 

July 29. July earnings 

Sept. 11. August earnings 

Oct. li. September earnings 

Nov. 15. October earnings 

Dec. 11. November earnings 

1UU2. 

Jan, 14, December earnings 

Feb. 13. Jajiuary earnings 

Mar, IS, February earnings 

April le. March earnings 

Uay 12, April eamlrgs 

June 24, May ear nil gs 

July IS. June earnings 

ToUl 

School foK tka Blind. 

£ept, 4, August earnings 

' Oct, 2. September earnings 

Nov, 3. October earnings 

Dec, 5. November earnings 

1901. 

Jan. S. December earnings 

1i%b, 2, January earnings 

Mar. 4. February earnings 

April 2. March earnings 

May 1, April earnlnKS 

June 3. May earnings 

July 1, June earnings 

July 29, July earnings 



222,87 

EO.as 

M.Z3 



02,23 
85.27 

36T.97 



112.76 

136.20 
297.88 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Oct. 15. September earning* 

Nov. 16, October earnings 


32:m 
22!eB 

■S:K 

89.S0 
148.10 




Jan. 14. December earnings 

Feb. 13, January earnlnss 




Aprllie. March eamings 

June 24. May earnings 


si4.oa 








23S.S8 

Mi.ai 

S83,6T 

!K 

BW.TS 




§otatictI for the Peeble-Hladed. 

IBOO, 
Sept. 4. August earnings 




Nov. 8. October earnlngH 

Dec. B, November earnings 




Mar, 4. February earnings 




May 1. April earnings 

June 3. May earnings 

July 29. July eamlrgs 


t8,360.M 




1597.60 

&u 

610,03 
260.27 

s.a 

«k8.6S 
67 '.IS 






Nov. 15, October earnings 

isoe, 

Feb. 13. January earnings 

Mar. 11 February earnings 

Se'SS?\SlSr..-;:-:-::::::;:::-::::::;x-: 






B.S7O.06 
ni.790.6e 




(342.97 

Si 

1,166.18 

SS:i 


1900, 

Aug. 3. July earnings 

Sept. 4. August earnings 

Oct, 1. Septemt>er earnings 

Nov. 3. October earnings 

Dec. 5. November earnings 

Feb. 2. January earnings 

Mar. 2. February earnings 

April 1. March earnings 








16.886^1 


Aug. 1. July earnings 


1,864.04 
l.B5i:22 

■•as 


Oct. 15. September earnings 

Nov. lis. October earnings 

Dec, 11, November earnings 

1902. 
Jan. 14. December earnings 




Mar. 16. February earnings 












July la June earnings 


10,OBa.44 







.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF 8TATH. 



iseo. 

Aus. 11. 

Butt. B. 



Feb. 13. 
Mar. 18. 
April la 



State PriaoB. 

July earnlDBB ie,214.S0 

AusuBt Garnlnn 0,102.68 

September earnlngH 5.&14.A8 

October eamlnKB S.lOO.OS 

November earnlnKa 4,771.88 

December earnings 4,S2T.T8 

January eamlnKs 5,633.99 

February earnloBH B,aOB.02 

March eaniltiKa 4,681.74 

April earnings 9,186.01 

^r earnlneB B.SSG.ee 

Jun« eamlQS* 6,125.27 

July eamlim 8,347.79 

August eamlngg V4,48T.B8 

Beptamber eaminn 6,418.69 

October earntng* B,2T9.23 

November earnings 6,899.99 

December earnings S,(S4.40 

January eamlngs 0,546.16 

February earnlnga 7,12a99 

March earnings 9,670.62 

April earnlnga 6,07^06 

Bday earnlDga 7.040.41 

June earnings 6.006.03 

Total "" 



MmtK PrlBvs, 

(State Twine Plant Account) 





14 










































Unr 


6 


X' 










r.. 








9 


















Dec 


3. 



July account collections (10.694.09 

July balance collections 8,646.60 

August account collections S8,oea8t 

August balance callectlans 5,286.00 

Auguat balance collection! 121.08 

Beptember account collections 2,904.60 

September balance collections 12,000.00 

October collections 140,460.14 

November account collections 76,000.00 

November bBlan.:e coUectlons 67,066^0 

December collections 21,131.79 

JanuBi-y collections 28,94t2.69 

February collections 22,984.21 

March collections 17,384.86 

April collections 14,77G.B6 

May collections 18,786.07 

June collections 23,4T3.1S 

July collections 27,961.16 

August coUectlone ST.lOl.Oe 

September coUectlons 12.180.61 

October collections 154,632.66 

November account collectlong 110,000.00 

November balance collections 36,000.00 

November balance collections 106,276.06 

December collections 21.944.87 

January collections 7,988.64 

February collections 1,608.11 

March collections 28.232.62 

Apm collections 77,lH4.ia 

ita.y collections 18.002.67 

June collections 87,820.86 

Total 



616,691.84 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Aug. 24. 
Oct. 10. 
Nov. 21. 



June ae. 
June 20. 
July 15. 

Sept. 27. 

Oct. 24. 

Nov. 29. 

Dec. 80. 

1902. 
J&Q. 13. 

Hot. 20. 

April IS. 

April 23. 

June 24. 



Soldi era' Hoiae. 

FenBlons collected fram Inmatea for the quarter 

endlns July 4. 1900 

U. a. Ooveminmt. aid for quarter endlns Mar. 

31, 1900 

U. S. Qovernment, aid for quarter endlus Sept. 

30. 1000 

Pentloim collected from Inmates for quarter 

endlDB Oct. 4, 1900 

. V. 8. Qovemment, aid for quarter endlns Dec. 

81. 1000 

Pensions collected from Inmates for quarter 

ending: JaJi. 4, 1001 

U. S. Qovernment, balance due for aid far the 

six months ending June 30, 1900 

Pensions collected from Inmates for the quarter 

endlnc April 4, 1901 

Pot unclaimed moneys on hand March 10, 1901, 

as oer chapter S29. G. L. 1901 

it, aid for quarter ending Sept. 



Pensions collected from Inmates for the quar- 
ter ending July 4, 1901 

U. B. Government, aid for quarter endloK Sept. 
80, 1001 

IT. 8. Government, aid tor quarter ending June 



ending Oct. 4. 1901 

U. S. Government, aid far the quarter endltis 
Dec. 81. 1901 

Pensions collected from Inmates for the quarter 
ending Jan. i, 1902 

U. S. Government, aid for quarter ending 
March 31, 1902 

U. 8. Government, balance due for quarter end- 
ing June 80, 1901 

Pensions collecteil from Inmates for the quarter 
ending April 4. 1902 



|2,8T&00 
2,911.10 
4.912.00 
2,964.18 

e,oa2.»4 

3,«43.3T 
453.00 



0.178.64 
4,180.0S 
3,lffT.0O 

8,211.S0 
8.B71.00 
6,B07.60 
1,241.48 



StBtr Pabll« School. 



Aug. 3. July earnings 

Sept. 28. August earnings 

Oct. 10. September earnings . 

Dec 9. October earnings . . . . 

Dec 2S. November earnings . 

1901. 

Feb. 23. December earnings . 

Mar. 20. February earnings . . 

April 5. March earnings 

June 4. Hay earnings 

July 18. June earnings 

Aug. 6. July earnings 

Sept. 11. August earnings 

Oct. 16. September earnings . 

Nov, JB. October earnings .... 

Dec. 11. November earnings . 

1002. 

Jan. 14. December earnings . 

Feb. 13. January earnings . . , 

Mar. 18. February earnings . . 

April 16. March earnings 

May 12. April earnings 



.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Oct. 18. 


AusuBt earnings 




1!S 
.'l;SI 


Dec. 19. 






184.80 




March e&rnltiKS 

April earnlnKs 

May earnlDBB 




230.00 




Auirust- eamlnKB 

September eamlnsH 

October earnlngrB 

January earnlnga ..'.WMl'i'.'. 

February eamlnga 

March eamlnga 

April earnlngB 

May eamlnB!! 






Sept. 11. 

K. S. 
^"- 

June 24. 
July la. 




tSTO.IS 

its 

202.80 

2T1.9S 
354.28 

El 

870:98 










16,225.94 
tl.403.T0 


IBOO. 

o^' a: 

Oct. 9. 

K; I: 

IWl. 


State VnlTcraltr. 


ulf^Oovamment. aid account 
Beptember eamlnn 

^^'X\.rSS^:::-::-: 


Hatch Bill 


April 9. 

^!1 


U. S. Qovtmment, aid account Hatch Bill 

January earnings 

January ramlnn 

February eaminn 

U, 8. Qoveniment. aU account Hatch Bill 

March eamlngB 

April eamlnK* 


til 

12.232.59 
















jilir aS: 
July 12. 






12,795.70 

K;5I 


^' ^^ :—■—:.■:.:: 


Hatch BUI 

'iiOTriiiBui;.'.": 












Hatch BlU 


ISS 


Noj- ^ 






1,S23.7S 


jr^ia 


I>ecenil>er eamiDBS 

February earninn 


18,682.12 

Si 




U. S. Qovemment, eld account 

April eamhiKs 

Miy MrningB 


Hatch BlU 


3.750.00 


TJ. B. Government, aid account Haioh Bill 




Total 








t39e.aS6.S8 



, Cookie 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



1000. Auditor'B Draft. 

Aug. 8. RocbeBter hoapltal, r«c«ipt from canceled Insur- 
ance policy 40188 

Not. 21. H. H. Bracken, Becretary board of health, for ren- 

derlns llcenaes laaued 40409 

Feb. il. H. M. Bracken, aecretaiy board o( health, for IS2 

embalmers' UceneeH 40903 

Har. SO. Treaaurer Wadena county, rerundment of overpay- 
ment on October. 189U, and March, 1900, state 
achool apportionment 41162 

April SO. Treasurer Becker county, for refundment on 1901 

seed grain loan 41256 

April 12. W. B. Douglas, attorney general, for taxed attor- 
ney's fee In case of Wisconsin, Minnesota ft 
Pacific Railway Co. vs. Jacobson, No. 28, Oc- 
tober, IBOO, term In United States supreme court 41240 

April 16. E, U, Pope, public examiner, for redemption of 



) bank E 



I provided In chapter S4, Q. 



L. 1901 .". 41247 

April 13. B, F. Mearkle, executor of estate of Margaret O. 
Yale, deceased, for return of excess refundment 
of inherHance tax, on state auditor's warrant 
No. 24051, 15,448.39, whEcb amount should have 
been t5,406.fi9, the actual amount received by the 
state 41241 

April 16. Oovemor of kmnesota, for receipts from U. S. 
government for 6 per cent of the net proceeds 
from aales of public lands in Minnesota, for the 
year ending June 90, IHiM 41248 

Hay 9. W. B. Douglas, attorney general, for attorney's 
docket fee In case of W. W. Carglll Co. vs. 
State, No. U6, In United States supreme court... 42998 

May 24. Treasurer Dulutn normal school, tor payment of 
loss by Ore, by the Home Insurance Co. of New 
York, Feb. 20. 1901 

May ZI. Treasurer Norman county, for unexpended balance 
of the 1901 seed grain loan 

Uay 28. Treasurer Duluth normal school, for payment of 
loss by tire on Feb. 20, lUOl, by the Westchester 
Fire insurance Co 

May 29. Governor of Minnesota, receipt from United States 
account moneys due the state for furnishing 
troops and material for the Spanish-American 



43024 

48027 



30,aoo.oi> 
loaoo 



r 81. 



r John H. Ives, Cor refundment of mileage 



Co. 

July 1. Treasurer university, for money received from In- 
surance companies, for loss by Ore on chemical 
laboratory 43201 

July ' D. J. H. Block, state treasurer, proceeds from sale of 
250 M capltol commissioners' certtncates of In- 
debtedness 43853 

July 19. 6. R. Van Sant, governor, for refundment made by 
Dr. Qeo, H. Bridgman, of unexpended balance 
of expenses advanced as special commissioner to 
the Pan-American exposition 4M44 

July 26. Treasurer Pine county, for unexpended balance of 



B seed relief, i 



r chapter 103. Q. L. 1H95. . 43491 



100.00 
20.25 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Auditor's Draft, 
years ' 1800 



. A. K. Tieaberg, secretary railroad 
commlsalon merchantB' Ucenaea 
and 1900 

, A. K. TleBberKi secretary railroad commission, for 
commission merctianta' licenses year ending June 



Btat 






for 



436ST 



. 43782 
. 43786 



poUclt 

... board of control, for return ._ _.. . 

celed Insurance pollclefl 43T33 

Qovemor of MlnnesotH, for part payment due the 
_.-._ ».jj, mongyg advanced In equipment Of Mln- 

volunteers In the Spanish war 43703 

._ soldiers' home, for return premium on 

led Insurance policies 43S69 

board of control, for return premium on can- 
ed Insurance pot'clas 43733 

capltot commission, for proceeds from sale of 

Warner house, situated on capltol atte 43770 

R. C. Dunn, state auditor, for return premium on 

canceled insurance policies 43TS6 

State board of control, tor return premium on can- 
celed insurance pollclos 

Treasurer Olmsted county, tor overpayment Ir 

tober. 1901, school apportionment 

Nov. 7, Treasurer Otter Tall county, for overpay mei.. - 

October. 1901, school apportionment 43T98 

"Nov. 9. State board of control, for return of warrant No. 
S-WIS. Issued to M. A. Bplllane on November 4, 

leoi 43804 

Nov. S. B. D. Libbey, adjutant eeneral, for miecellaneous 

receipts 43828 

Mot. 18. State board of control, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 43S1G 

Not. 31. Thomas Hessian, attorney, Le Sueur, costs col- 
lected in State vs. Peter Shippman 43991 

SS. Treasurer Dakota county, for overpayment In Oc- 
tober, IDOL school apportionment 43S27 

Not. 29. State board ot control, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 4398T 

Dec 11. W. B. Douglas, attorney general, receipt from Wm, 
H. Hunt, racelTer ot the AJlemania Bank of flt. 

Dec. 12. Jas. McLaushtln, administrator of the estate of 
~ * Kelly, deceased, for moneys aecheated to 
ate from the estate of John Kelly. Hastings 441T5 

Doc 18. Stale board of control, for return premium on -- 
celed Insurance policies 

Dec 19. S. R. Van Sant. grovemor, for receipt from 1 

gOTemment to relmborae the state for moneys 
expended In Spanish- Am erloan war 44197 

Dec IB. 8. R, Van Bant, governor, tor receipt from U. B. 
government to reimburse the state for moneys 
expended In the Spanish. Am ericnn war 44198 

r>ec 19. State board of control, for return premium on can- 
celed insurance policies 

Dec SO. Treasurer soldiers' home, for return premium on 
canceled Insurance policies 

I>ec. SI. H. H. Bracken, secretary state board of health, (or 
refundment on double payment made ~~ ' '~ 

Bros., Sept. 34, 1901 

1902. 

Jan. 8. H. U. Bracken, secretary, for licenses issued 44302 

Jan. 11. State of XDnhesota, receipts from U. S, government 
to reimburse state (or expenses incurred In the 
burtal of Leonard Olson 4434f 



, 44087 



44125 
44277 

44284 



3,102.81 

23O.00 



140.74 
124.02 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



H. M. Bracken, secretary, for relundment of over- 

payment to Nela Nelaoo, of anlmaU Blaugbtcred. 14370 
Bsllroad commlaalon. tor commlulon merchants' li- 
censes Issued to date 4M8S 

State university, for return premium on canceled 

Insurance policies «601 

State board of control, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance pollclea 444T1 

State board of control, lor return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies MB8T 

Mar. D. H. M. Bracken, secretary state board of health, 

fees from embalnierH for special examinations... 44Md 

Mar. U. E. B. Pettljobn. deputy state treasurer, refundment 

for overpayment on house payroll 44fllT 

Har. 20, T. H. Laws, reporter, for moneys returned to state. 44605 

"~^ " State board of control, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 44I2fl 

Mar. 20. Treasurer soldiers' home, for money returned by a 

pensioner 44712 

Mar. 20. Treasurer soldiers' home, for moneys returned for 

burial of deceased soldiers 44713 

April 7. State board of control, for loss by lire on reform- 
atory blacksmith shop at St. Cloud 44TB9 

April 12. State board of control, for loss by fire on reforma- 
tory blacksmith shop at St. Cloud 44847 

April 22. R. C Dunn, land commissioner, for net proceeds 

from rental on reform school lots to date 44913 

May 12. H. V. Mercer, attorney, consideration for releasing; 

certain deed from old tai Judgment 448T3 

May 13. State board of control, (or return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 449S1 

May 10. Hughson ft Hemenway, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 44B81 

May 22. R. C. Uiinn, state B,UdltDr, for refundment of bal- 
ance of money uneipended on purchase of palnt- 
InK of ex-Governor John Lind 48756 

Hay 34, Senator Hller H. Horton. refundment of mileage at 

extra session of 1002 46762 

May 24. Senator John H. Ives, refundment of mileage at 

extra session of 1902 46763 

June S. Herman A. Westphal, for annual rent to Dec. 1. 
1U02, on lots B. 6 and 7, Massett, Uoore & Case's 
addition to Minneapolis, belonging to the de- 
funct State Bank of Minneapolis 44791 

June 0. Governor of Minnesota, receipt from U. S. govern- 
ment for 5 per cent proceeds from sales of pub- 
lic lands within the state for the year ending 
June 30, 1»01 4BS11 

June 17. John Petterson, county auditor Polk county, (ot re- 
fundment of penalty paid for drainage on NK'q. 
Sec. 16, T. 194, R, BO 46881 

June 2S. H, M. Bracken, secretary, receipt to the credit of 

board of health laboratory 46978 

July 2. State board of control, for return premium on can- 
celed Insurance policies 46012 

July 9. J. H. Block, state treasurer, for purchase ol £00 
state capltol commissioners' certificates of In- 
debtedness at Jl.UOO each 47125 

July 22, Treasurer school district No. 18, Altkln county, tor 
warrant No. 45681. Issued by mistake and war- 
rant No, 48876, Issued In Its place for correct 
amount 47209 

July 24. Frank B. Hanson, secretary state capltol c 
slon, fo ■ ■■ ... 

Total . 



32.0» 
6,o03.9l 
309.47 



229.50 
18.00 
6S.0I> 
S8L2* 
1IT.2S 
116.40 



4oaoo 

IS6.BJ 



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AUDITOR OF STATBL 



8BBD QRAIN LOAN OF 1889. 



0.™™ 


Due Aug. 1 


Intereal at 








$1148ao' tOTM 




"■lV^'?f 




i 


btIts 





























































COUNTIBS. 


ossr. 


iDMreetat 


AmonntB 
Paid Dor- 


BiduM 
Due 




'■|| 


ill 




















ii.o2 










25. TB 
















W.8(e.i2 















8BED QRAIN LOAN OF 1801. 



Commaa. 


oSis-i 


InCenat at 

HKfl. 


AmoDnto 


BklBDce 




1 








8,10«.18 


13.82 

128.S0 








!36.ZS 










W.OTO-08 


liei.iH) 


136,25 









c^. 


BaluiM 

DneAag.l 


Interest »t 


log Year. 


'&• 




«2B5.'I8 
2.B32'.eO 


(17.K 

i78!a 


(O.GT 










5.W 










$8,771,05 















.ds.Gooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL UBPORT 

SEED ORA.IN LOA14 OP 1893. 



.™. 


BaUuoa 
Doe AoB- 1 


IlltOTWt.t 


KSSf 






1,860.60 


,3 








163.00 










107.43 
















»6,468.6T 




*no.43 











CODHTm. 


BOIUUM 

Due Aug. 1, 


Interest M{ Amc„„tg 






llfS 

1,9*2.70 


1 












7.651 

16.30 (10.95 




















W.600.25 


1319.15 I10.9S 









BEBD QRAIN IX)AN OF 1895. 



COCHTtn. 


BslBDce 
Dne Ang. 1 


'^' 


AmmmM 






1 








1,4S2.S8 
1.488.00 
2T2.4T 
631!.Ba 


'i6:S2 

42:2; 














(610.31 




















»4.671.4I 















ConaTiK. 


BaloDoe 


Intarest >t 


AmoDiite 






J354.05 
4II9.95 
1,504.4^ 

43017: 


17 201 















































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AUDITOR OF STATE. 

XIBB QRAIN LOAN OP 1S9T. 



OOUNTIU. 


Bounce 
DoeAu... 


'%- 


s-H- 


BBlano* 




soe.»o 

ass 






*^S 














(181.18 










86.40 


















I2,023.!U 


tTr.40 


f32T.66 


tl,8TS.3e 





COUKTTW. 


BaUnc« 
Du»AvS.l 


Interest at 
4 per cant 


^H 


BaUiKse 






^.« 


•I12.BB 






i^s 








i6,4S 






















11.873.86 


*7a,48 


129.38 


li.9ie.4« 





* Amount canceled. 



BEED CHAIN LOAN OP 1 



Covrmm. 


lK.^iSf 


IntereatM 


tag Tew. 






IK 

B, 217. 10 
2,148.78 








SS.' 


jaoia; 

ill 

4,676.40 






ss 
























t21,0SS.lT 


».3e8.62 






' 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Oonnn. 


BsUuiM 


'"IS"- 


intT.M. 


"^^ 

■'%"' 




tI.TS 

II 

ins 

» 

ill 




















iifa.iw 


































4.M 














mw 






























104.04 






















12,171.41 


(482.42 


1162.10 


$2,471,73 





c„™„ 


Bkluoe 
DieA^B.l 


&^. 


PaMDnr- 






!k?S 






ti.'n 










«SS.B1 


t98.W 


II 




ti 
















116.46 








173.87 
B,26 










4.fi0 


8.25 








70.30 








































t2.642.Si 











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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



RECEIPTS (Including 'Bslances). 

DISBURSEMENTS AMD BALANCES IN TRBABURt FROM JANUARY 1. 1SB& 
■ TO JULY Bl, ]90a, DURING EACH YEAR SINCE THE FORMATION OP THE 
STATE GOVERNMENT. 







::.... 


«ii,i«>,e26.9e 

•10B,94ZS12.U 










Balance July 31, 1902 


12,212.837.00 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



STATEMENT F. 
STATEMENT OF ANNUAL STANDING OR CONTINUOUS APPROPRIATIONS. 



Sap rem e Conrt— 

Clerk, chap. US, 1874 

Deputy Clerk, chap. 180, IfBl 

Marshal, chap. 222, 1S8T; chap. 288. 1S80; chup. 211, 1S9B. . 

Janitor, chap. 222, 1887 

Reporter, chap. 2T0, 189B 

SteDOffraphera, chap. 190, .901 

ContlTiKent, chap. 222. 1887; Chap. 62S, 188U 



tl.EWO.()» 
1.O0O.0O 
800.00 



Chap. 70, 1878; chap. 40, 1886 

Private Secretary, chap. 281. 1874 

Executive Clerk, chap, 844, 1887; chap. 287. 1880; Chap, ! 

Stenosrapher, chap. 287, 1880 

UeBBengar, . chap. 163. 1861 

Contingent, chap. 222. 19S7 



S,000.0» 
1,C00.00 
1.800.0O 
900.00 
720.00 
3.O00.0O 



Chap. 70, 18T8 

L4Uid CommlsBloner, chap-. 36. 1883 

Deputy Auditor, chap. 23J, 1887 

Accountant, chap. 148. 1883 

Clerka. chap. 114. 1874; chap. ;,'22. Ib67; ' 

1881; chap. 241. 1803 

Land Clerk, chap. 31, 1878 

Assistant Land Clerk, chap, 146, lott3 

ContlnKent, Chap. 222. 1B87 



. 1868; chap. 163, 



Adjnlant GemerBl — 

Chap. 213. 1887 

Clerk, chap. 288. 1901 

Btenographer, chap. 163, 18U1 

Contingent, chap. 222, 1887; chap. 287, 1 

Military Storekeeper, chap. 148, 1883 

Attorner GenerBl— 



)); chap. 103, ISQI.. 



Chai 



BslBlant, chap. 278, 1889 

Second Assistant, chap. 138, 18U8 

StenoKrapher, chap. SST. 1888 

ContlnKent, chap. 222, 1887; chap. 287. 1888.. 
lBaiiTaDc«.Caiiiiii,l ■■loner— 

Chap. 175, 189&. 

Deputy, chap. 175, 1896 

Clerks, chap. 173, 1886. 

Contingent, chap. 222, 1887; chap. 1U3. 1891; cl 
Libra rlBB— 

Chap. 174. 1881 

Contingent, chap. 258. 1^83 

Law Library, chap. 2ja. 18S3 

Binding law books, chap. 241. IbDH 



1.6O0.0O 
2.EO0.0O 
1,500.00 

3.90O.0O 
1,500.00 
1.9X1.00 
800.00 



3.600.00 
2,000.00 
2,000.00 
800.00 

i.eoo.00 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



FBbllc BxanlBrr— 

Chap. 83. 1878 

Deputy, chap. 218, 1887 

Second ABsistant Bank Bzamlner, chap. SSO, 18W 

Assistant, chap. 3», ISAB 

ContlnKsnt, chap. 8S, 18T8; chap. 3(0, 1867 

SccFCtBiT Of State- 
Chap. 223, 1S8T 

AaHatant and StatlaUclan, chap. 114, 1874, and chap. 36, 1876.. 

Clerk, chap. 148, I88S; chap. Ml, 1868 

HecordlDK Clerk, chap. 92, E. B. 1902, 

Extra Clerk, chap 163, 1801; chap. SM, 1885 

Custodian of Public Documents, chap. 137. 1896 

Contingent, chap. 163. 1861; eh.ip. S81, 1901 

Commisslonar Statistics, Contingent, chap. 26, 187S 

Exchange of documanta, chap. 114. 1878. 

I<eslslaUv« Uanual, chap, lis, 1881 (only blsDolallv) 

SBperlntPndeBt Pvblle iBatraetloii — 

Chap. 114, 1874 

Asslatant, chap. 14B, 1883; chap. 222, 1887 

Clerks, chap. 222, 1887 ." 

Continiont, chap. 2ffl, 1887 

Chap. 114, 1874 

I>eputy, chap. 802. I89B '. .'. 

Clerk, chap. 104, 18«5 , j '„' 

Clerks, chap. 236, 1883; chap. a78, VIBd :,... 

Stenographer, chap, 61, B. 8. 1602 _ 

Contingent, chap. 232. 1SB7 .' 

Bond, chap. 85, 1S99 ,"!,'!!!!."! 

Interest on temporary loans, chap. 215, 1887 

Chap. 100, 1679 

Assistant, chap. ItiO, 1878 

Fireman and Laborer, chap. Ml, 1889 

Janitor, chap. 100, 1870 

-Extra Janitors, chap. 222, 1887; chap. 287, tSS8 

Uessenger, chap, loo, 1878 

Boards, Commissions, Kte.— 

Game and Fish Commlaslon, chap, 221, 1867. ., 

Dairy and Food Commlgslon, chap. 140, 1887; chap. 272; 1889... 

Railroad and Warehouse CommlaBlon. chap. 222, 1887 

Lunacy Commission, chap. 281, 188S 

Bureau of Labor, chap. B. 1803 

Board of Health, chap. 222, 1887; chap, 241, 1883 

Collecting vital atatlstlos, chap. 114. 1887 

Domestic anfmals' diseases, chap, 822, 1601 

State Conference Charities and Correction, chap. 376, 1885 

Board of Arbllratlim, chap. 170, 189S 

Board of Pardons, ebap. 23, 1887 

Historical Society, chap. 222, 188T 

Horticultural Society, chap. 378, 1885 

Horticultural Society reports, chap. 210. 1888 

State AgrloulturaJ Society, chap. 142, 1883 

County Agricultural Societies, chap. 88, 1897 

State Dairymen's Association, chap. 870. 18(© 

Btock-Braeders' Association, chap. 287, 1899 

Farmers' Institutes, chap. 120. 188S 

Forestry (tree- planting), chap. 63, 1885 



3,500.00 
1,800.00 
1,800.00 
l,S0O.O0 
2.500.00 

8.500.00 
2.000.00 
1,600.00 
1,200.00 
1.000.00 
1,200.00 
800.00 
200.00 
800.00 
1.000.00 

2.500.00 
1.800.00 

Looaoo 

1,000.00 



800,00 
1,200.00 
2,300.00 

600.00 



18.000.00 
14,000.00 

aoo.00 

12.300.00 
8,000.00 

i.ooaoo 

19.000.00 
300.00 
2,000.00 
300.00 
6,000.00 
1,500,00 
2.000.00 
4.000.00 

11,000.00 
2,000,00 
1.000,00 

I3.B0O.0O 

20,000.00 



■dovGooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL RBPORT 



Forest Preserve, chap, m, 18EI9 

StaU Foreatry Board, chgp. 836. 1901 

DeBtructlon of Insects, chap. 19t, 1SG6. 

Mary C, Blnel»lr. relief, chap. 881, 1901 

Oil inspection, chap. 123, 1801 

MIlltKIT— 

National Guard, chaps. 74 and TB, ISSSi chap. 91, ISSS; ch&p. 9S, 
1B8T; chap. 116, 1S89; chap. 359, 1901 

Uniforms, chap. TO, 1896. 

Uedlcal Corps, chap. 19T, 1896 

Burial BoMiera and sailors, chap. 150, 188T; chap. 169, 1881; chap, 
306, 1901 

Drainage of state lands, chap. 81. 1895 

Itaaca State Park, chap. 106, 18W 

E4a esilloaal— 

High Schools, chap. 189, 1901 

HlKh Schools, normal Instruction, chap. IRA, 1899 

Graded Schools, higher education, chap. 189, 1901 

Beml-sraded Schools, chap, 188, 1901 

Rural Schools, chap, 189, 1901 

County Training Schools, chap. 218, 1893 

Teachers' Institutes, chap. 13. 1868; chap. 220. 188T: chap. 1«6, 1891. 

Public School Libraries, chap. 121, 1887 

9tBtc iBslKatlOD*-- 

at. Cloud NonoBl School, chap. 12, 1869; chap. 164. 1877; chap. 190. 
1881; chap. 90, 3885; chap. 219, 1487; chap. 287, 1889; chap. 183. 
3891; chap. 241. 1893 

Winona Normal School, chap. 73, 1864; chap. 164. 1877; chap. 190. 
1881: chap. 169, 188S; chap. 90, 1S8S; chap. 287, 1888; chop. 16B, 
1891 ; chap. 841 , 1893 

Honkato Normal School, chap. 10. 186U; chap. 164, 1B7T; chap. 190^ 
1881; chap, 90, 1S8C; chap. 2De, 1887; chap. 287, ISBB; chap. 163, 
1891; chap. 241. 1893 

Hoorhead Normal School, chap. 240. 1887; chap. 287, 1880; chap. IBS. 
1891; chap. 241, 1803. 

St. Peter State Hospital, chap. 272, 1889 

Rocheater State Hospital, chap. 272. 1889 

FerKUB Falls State Hospital, chap. 2T2, 1B89 

School tor the Deaf. chap. 272. 1889 

School for the Blind, chap. 272, 1889 

School for the Feeble- Ulnded, chap. 272. 1888 

Soldiers' Home, chap. 148, 1887 

} Public School, chap. 272, 1888 

» Public School Agency, chap. 187, 1889 

e Training School, chap. 272, 1889 

ate Training School Agency, chap. IM. 1895 

o Reformatory, chap. 272. 1889 

e Prison, chap. 272, 18G9 



Btal 



Unlve 



slty: 



Mining School instruclcrs, chap. 163, 1891... 

School of Mines, chap. ii78. 1896 

State Institutions Insurance, chap. 163, 1891. . . 



1,000,00 
1,000.00- 

5.ooa«> 

144.00 

SO.O00.OD 



50,000.00 

10.000.00 

600.00- 

3.000.00 
6,000.00 
600.00 

116,000.00 
1O.D00.0O 
S2,O0a0O 
26.000.00 
6O.OOO1OD 
20.000.00 
7,000.00 
10,000.00 



22,000.00 
24,000.00 



29,000.00 
36.000.00 
12.000,00 
46,000.00 
20.000.00 
15,000.00 

1,600.00 
85,000.00 

8.000.00 



)0.00 
40,000.00 

4.500.00 
5,000.00 
15.000.00 

Total 11,467,914.00 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 148: 

STATEtUBNT Q. 

APPBOPBIArnOMB: FISCAI. TBAR XNDIKQ JULY SI, ItOl, UNXXPENDBD BAL- 
ASOES AUODBT 1. UOO, APPBOFRU.TIONB OF 1900 AND FOBMBB TSABS. 
AFPBOPBIATIONa FOB THB FISCAL. SBAB ISOl AHD AHOUNT OF WABRANTS- 
OBAWN DUBmO XHB FISCAL YKAB IWl, AlTD UNBSPSNDED BAI.ANCIB8 
JITLT SI, UOl. 





Law. 


ill 


■'SSo.'' 


te^ 


"iSS" 


^- 




Pace. 


Yemr 


...„». ».«- 


US 

leo 

BO 
£2! 
B£& 

ace 


1871 

ISSl 
IBM 

isee 

1887 
188B 
WOl 
1807 


ISU 
ItOl 
ItOl 
ISOl 
IWl 
1001 
1901 




«,1IOO.IW 
1,000.00 

800.00 
B.000.00 

800.00 
1,W0.00 
1.000.00 

ae,ooo.oo 


(1,600.00 

l,O00.0lJ 

800.00 

8.000,00 

goD.oo 

1,888.89 
B7S.10 










w.™i,.i 












Janitor 











•1T0.8K- 

•B,oa8.oo- 














9,000.00 
B,000.00 
6,000.00 
6,888.88 
6,000.00 








































888.88 




















" 


»: 


ISOl 




I1S,EOO.OO 








»,B0O.0O 
8,B0O.0O 
8,GO0.0D 
8,600.00 
8,600.00 
8.800.00 
8,600.00 
8,N».0O 
8.600.00 
8.600.0D 
8,600.00 
8,600.00 
8,600.00 

i,n6.os 

1.600.00 
8.600.00 
8,600.00 
3,011.62 




























































2d DIst.— W. Louts Kelly. 








































3d Dlrt.-Arthur H. Snow 












































































m-m 


























!,041.« 




8,0(1.08- 






TttiDlrt.-D. B. Searle.... 












,,».». 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIENNIAL. REPORT 
STATEHBNT Q.—Coniinued. 



Affbo^iatiohh. 


Liw. 


sli 


Balaa<<a 

^'8i,.'• 


1901. 


^SSS*" 


^' 


P.«e.[Taar. 














U.I00.OO 
B,B0O.0O 

4,9Ba.aE 

8,E00.00 

t,no.ss 

B.M0.OO 

S,B0O.0O 

8,500.00 

B.flOO.OO 

8,100.00 

8,800.00 

t 8.ftBM 

i 1.978.09 

r t.GSS.84 

l I,K8.8« 

B.600.00 

8,791,7* 

4t.0D 

6,000.00 

1. BOO.OO 

1,800.00 

900.00 

79.00 

1 i.m.w 


























ll,4ES.SS 






10th DUt^Nath. Kln«Bley. 


















ni.ro 
































IStb Diat.— aorham Powers 
lath Dlst.-G. E. QvBle.... 

























l«h DW—Wllllam Watta. 
IBUnDlat-^. W. Holland. 














t 






8.W1.70 








1 










lOth Dl*t.-r. J. Steldl 






16tbDlBt.-S. A. FUhartr. 














16thDlat.-A. Bt. Otddlngl. 
Dlatrlct Co«rt iUt»»a.. 








201.7S 






782 
181 

BW 
844 


ie8t 

18» 

isas 

laei 

1887 


1901 

IfOl 
1001 
1001 
1001 

loot 


•MO.0O 
8,000.00 
1,EOO.OO 

i.eoo.oo 

900.00 

7HI.00 








oretaiT 
























' 










' 


GOO .00 

100.00 
















88 

4S 
8» 
SOS 
241 

81 
14S 
881 

2a 

388 
888 

280 


18n 

lasG 

1887 

18a 

1808 
18)8 
1B8B 

IMl 
1887 

1887 
1001 


1001 

m, 
mi 

1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 


8M-20 
800-00 




AadlteT «aa Laafl Com- 


8 

1 

i 

s 

1 


(UO.OO 

BOO.OO 
900.00 
BOO.OO 
SDO.OO 
700.00 
000.00 


8.000.W 
E.BDO.OO 
l.BOOOO 
<.O00.O0 
1,600.00 
1.200.00 
8.700.00 
1,000.00 
E.BO 
S,O0O.OO 
1,B7S.00 




































ContlDsent 






171. IB 




»«..„, o„™, 

Clprk 


E 


000.00 
G0O.0D 






*us.oo 



.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT Q.—CMUnued. 



A PFROPRi ATinva. 

StenoKrapher 

ContlUKent 

Atlorncr Geacral . . ■ ■ 

Assistant 

Second assistant 

StenogTapher 

Contingent 

State costs 

■■■■rancc CobiiiIbbIo 

Deputy' 



FBB& Ybbt. 



Ill 



'».'■ 



'SKS?' 



S.NM.OC 
S,000.« 

2,ooa.« 



' JolT SI. 

MOl. 



tsts.ss 

•15.S1 



Iilbrarlaa . . . . 

Assistant 

ContlnseDt . . . 
Old balance n 



Binding law books 

Mllllsry Slarclcerper. 



Contingent 

Deflclenc-v aonr-- -'Itlo 

State bank fees. 1900 

Stste bank fees. 1901 

Mlacellaneoua receipts... 

ExB mining city ofllces, I 
Paul 



secretary and 



Clerk 

Recording clerk. . 



£,000,« 
l.GOO.Oi 



■dovGooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMBNT G.— Continued. 



'SS.^' 



Extra cl«rka 

Custodian ot public docu* 



Statistics coQilngent 

Legislative Manual 

Bxcbanse of documents. ... 
BuperlDtendnt ol Pabllc 



iDStrnctlOB . 

AsBlstant ... 

CDntlngent . 

Old bttlane. 



tlonaHes 

PrtntlnK school laws 

Education association pro- 



Deputy . 
Clerks .. 
aerk ... 



cTency appropriation. 



Vault fixtures. . 



Assistant . 



Fireman and laborer. . 



i.aoo.oo 


1,800.00 


SSiSS 


! ««.oo 


S00.00 


»0.00 


l.OOO.CO 


1.000.00 


an.oo 


K8.28 


l,fiOO.DO 


S,600.{« 


1,800.01) 


i,aw.co 



l,e8.TB 
1.G00.00 

UO.0O 



TM.OO 

B.eoo.00 

!.000.00 
1,800.00 
1.UO.0O 



8,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,800.00 
LSOOOO 
lOil.OO 

m.oo 



a,oDo.oo 

BOO. 00 
l,E0O.OO 



l,t00.00 
800.00 



1,777.0* 
18.00 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AtTDITOR OF STATB3. 
STATEMENT Q.—ConUntied. 



APPBOPBTATIOHS. 


Law. 


m 


Balance 


Uonsfor 

1901. 


WarnnU 
bnied. 


Balance 
"ilSl"' 


P.Be. 


roar 


Janitor 


B4I 


188& 

1897 


1801 
ItOl 




•i,a».oo 

l!,OOO.W 
600.CO 

Z,D0O.CO 
2.000.00 

1,G03.00 

teo.oo 

8,S0O.OO 

14.000.00 

1.408.06 

6,000,00 

18,000 00 

4.901.67 

800.CO 

iE,a».oo 

8,fiOO.OO 
3S8.0U 

7,600.00 
l,00D.O0 

■!:M 

B7.8D 

■.00000 

8.48 

1,600.00 
ISO.OO 
800.00 

G,00O.O0 

a.ooo.M 

800.00 

!:K 
I;K 

1,6I1).00 

B.OOO.OO 


•lioooo 








j 4,678.84 
800.00 

( 4,000.00 

4,ea4.eT 
8ao.ro 

1,500.00 

1 lB,60e.0B 
4,188,97 

j 88,188.00 

880.00 

12,180,84 

{ 8,721.17 

;,408.!8 
980,88 

!■■■»" 

87.80 

j 6.101.19 
1,600.90 










ST 


1S7V 

use 


ItOl 

ISOI 






Capitol repalni and ftir- 






Puel, llBhtB aod water tor 






8Bt 


U9B 

18W 

I8V7 

ISffi' 


1801 

leoi 

IWl 


neo.« 

I90.W 








Game and Flsk CommU- 




Ballroad aad W>rekooi» 


BOO .00 










no 

COB 


UK 
1886 


1901 
1*01 


22.89 
1. 648.14 


1 •tt,88_ 


Oalr, .nd Food Commlx- 


Fees, flnes. etc., coUected, 




B47 


isee 

1886 

18W 


1901 
1901 
1901 






9»S> 












Board of H»ltk, Labo- 


as8 


1S80 
1887 
1885 


1901 
1901 
1901 






Domeatlc vilmals, dlseaaea 
Additional appropriation. 

Vo^.Jd'fo'ie-)''"-'""'' 






















Board of Ckarltlea ••>« 
Correetloa 


KI8 


IfflB 


1901 


M.n 






m 

B8T 

SBT 
88B 

in 


ma 
mo 

im 

1886 
1W7 


1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1801 








49.10 






ae.9e 

4,D7B.U 

1(0,76 

{ 4.116.70 

{ 9.100,00 

1.800,00 

Z.000.00 




Flzlnr residence ot Insane. 
tfonrd of ArbltralloB 


178.74 


•1,090.61 
•1.846.66 
















HIMorleal Sooietr 


m 


IBM 


1901 












T8I 
2IH 


laee 

IHMI 


1901 






Reports 







.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT G~ConHnued. 



AppBOPBiATians. 



SlBl 



AKrlcullDTal 9o- 



ABTlcultural hall 

Water supply 

Conntr AKFtenltnral So- 
cl«tlea 

Old balance restored 

Slate Dairymen's Anso- 



elnlloi 



Slopb Breeders* 
tlou 

ParmerB' In* lit a) 



iBoela- 



EmerKency appropriation. 
Foreal Preaerve Fnnd... 
EnlenulaatiaB ot GratiBi 



DeKlmollon of I 
LoHK Line FlheF. 



Thiet 



Deflclency appropriation.. 
Gonntr TroininK Sebooli 



Normal Instruction. 



Graded Sebool 



HlBher 

ropVia't'lon 



TraTellBK Libre 



ili 



iSi. ' 



t4.O00.00 

2S,00O.00 
IS.OOO.OO 



1.0I».(W 

ia.si».0D 



G.<na.DO 

G,U>U.OO 



G.OOO.OO 

ia,coo.(n 

S.0OD.0O 



2,000.00 

B.ooo.in 



{ 10,000. 



tio.tot.co 
,(e9.8t 



G.oei.aa 
oM.m 



IuItSI, 

u6i. 






•717. M 

•an. IV 

8,1M.M 
B.K4.S1 



L2iq,1izedovGoO<^Ic 



AlHMTOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT Q.— Continued. 



ArPBOPRIATIONi. 


Law. 


ill 


Balance 


1901. 


laBoed. 


^^ 


Page. 


T„. 


8li«Flffa- eipeame 

Dellclency appropriation 

ir«ti<»>i Gii»d 

Deficiency appropriation 


883 


18B» 


1901 




"■IS 


{ U,482.Tt 
1 60.480.42 

2,2re.63 

B.000.00 

j 76.018.47 

t.000.00 

{ 1.07S.4S 








IW 


188. 


IBOl 


i.Z»M 
















4^ 


line 

lii 


19U1 






Medical corps 






2.802.06 

te.ee 




B.rl.1 .oldl.^» »,d Mil. 


f;Sg:lg 

1.600.00 
10,000.00 

te.ooo.oo 

J0,000.00 

s.too.oo 

».s 

!S,000.00 

13.000.(10 
2.0W-S7 

Z,D0O.OO 




T68 

sst 


i8«e 
laoG 
law 


1901 

leoi 






Deflclency appropriation 
St«t« «»v KTvamUm Im- 




»«.» 




PrtnJJng. adTcr 1 1 ■ 1 n s 




Deflclency appropriation 
Mlnaeaota HepoFU 

Additional appropriation. 




201 
2W 


18W 


1901 
IWI 


1.4S7.G0 


j •212-60 






BBl 


IWl 
1889 


1901 
1901 






s,irt.is 


H.840.81 

gw.86 




SrallnB fees to JulV 31, 


1,681.34 




m 

580 

sse 

383 


I88B 

18« 

laer 

188B 


1901 

1901 

19D1 
l»l 


17.63 

sse.Bo 

18,610.65 


BS82 1E 


■H>t la*«UR.tlon1 . 
C. 9. Und on«F.' le„.. 
State Parle, Dallea of the 




200.00 
TOO.OO 

280.00 
16.000.00 

12,000 
80,000.00 
TS,000.00 

42.00 

160,000.00 

406.00 

i,a».78 

60.00 

1,487.86 
4n.2S 


82i.ao 

700.00 

{ 1.786 00 

280.00 

1 21,880.74 

eee.0B 

!6,4S7.66 

10,701.02 

141.BM.67 

496.00 

1,200.76 

60.00 

1.4S7.BS 
477.26 


w.ao 

664.80 

I ts-m 

yttXAM 


■tanea Stale Park 












163 


IWI 


1901 


m.BT 




Deficiency appropriation. 














T« 1 


It 

m 


1901 
1901 
190t 


1901 
1901 




11.301 BS 

8.eia.ee 

•4I.411.4S 


^r."~.""L;"»".°° 








Overpayment reapproprl- 




eess7 


I.evlaIatlT« expeanea. . . . 
HIaeellanroiiB— 


M 

18t 
SSI 
881 
881 


■IBM 
IWl 

leoi 


i», 




8.070.48 






1901 
IlWl 






H. L. Collins Company 

Brown. Treacy St Co 













.do.Goo>^Ic 



BiUNNlAL. UEPUUT 
STATEMENT O.-Continued. 



Apfbopsixtiom. 


I^w. 


m 


Balance 


1901. 


Warntota 
Issned. 


'^ 


Pf. 


r«r 




SSI 

S81 

asi 
asi 
asi 

S31 
8S1 

aai 

881 

set 

881 

881 

eii 
aes 

2H 
64 

m 
auo 

!» 

m 

811 

m 
ess 

m 


1»1 

leot 
igoi 

ISDl 

ii»i 

IMH 

leoi 

I«U 

lem 
inti 

1«01 
1901 

IfiOl 
IWl 
ItOl 

twi 

1901 

1901 

1901 

1901 

laee 


1901 

1901 
1901 

1901 

nn 

1901 

ini 

IMl 
1901 

mi 

1901 

laoi 

1901 

leni 

1901 

1901 
ItOl 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 




pa.n 

E,000.00 

m.oo 

EM.OO 
70.00 

800.00 
SO.0O 

B.OtS.OO 

40,000.00 

aw.oo 

1,600.00 

Ltmoo 

1.000.00 

S.000.00 
188.00 

1,478.26 

4,000.00 

1,000.00 
25,000.00 

9.000.00 

2,000.00 

200.00 

1,000.00 

86,000.00 


tM>.T6 

287.00 
90.00 

70.00 
800.00 

60.00 

8,EBO.gO 

80,726.00 

200.00 




Attorney*' teen State vs. 




..» 


























PuWlBhlnt coDstllutlonal 










Publlshlne laws In newepa- 






Portralt of Chief Justice 
Itasca county, relmburee- 










8t Peter hospital em- 
ployes' loss by Ore 

Belief of James Cflrney 

Belief of QeorKe P. Dodd. . 

Charles S. Bchurman 


l.liOO.OD 

82.00 

2,000.00 

188.00 






988.00 












1.4n.(6 


Attorney a' fees Duluth & 
Iron Range land grant... 

Htate sanatorluro commlt- 












ContBKlous diseases. 

VlcksburB slese commta. 




8.088.68 
818 GO 


1B.91«.«( 








2.000.00 


Soldiers' and sailors' eeme- 






Sale of capltot lands 

SUte forestry lands 




200.00 










6.611. 28 

[818.608.88 

1 mm 

4W.{» 




Board of state oapltol com- 


12S.SW.M 




^Si'fe^^'f'oTl^^'* """" 


117,«»B3 
260.000.00 


1I7.779.BB 


Proceeds from sale of 2M 












814 


WOl 


1901 


400.00 






1.000.00 






.m 


i8»r 


ItOl 


1,100,00 











.ds.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
8£AT£UKNT Q.-Continued. 



Kecord evidence of land t 



Second volums Mlnneeota 
Id Civil and Indian Wars 

FlHb hatchery 

MlssiMliipl river commls- 



LtLkewood Cemetery Aaso- 



Hinckley monument 

Uonument Sioux war 

Cblckamauea and Cbatta- 

Old balance reatored 

Flrat rexlment tablets 

Red Rivet Valley Dntlnase 
ComrolBBlon 

WTATtB IHSTITUmONS. 



Repairs 

Mechanic Arts bUtldlnK-. 

Anatomical buIldlDK 

Fhyalcal laboratory 

Clinical bulldlDK- . 



Chemical bulldlns- 

Tranaler from clinical 
buUdlns 



Artesian well.. 



ChemUrtry buUdlnc, altera- 



OeoloBlcal and natural bla- 

tory Burvey 

Receipts from sales o( 
salt sprtns lands 

'Wn'ng school Instructors. 

School of mines euoport... 



&i 



'a.'' 



i,iei.B7 



9,000.00 

2,na.o) 



818.44 

268 02 



ffiS?S 



B,t00.00 
1.000.00 
7,000.00 

8,000.00 

8.a)0.oo 



I 8,000.00 

2,4sa.4e 



4.te«.80 
10.000.00 



BflS.W 
a,ST8.£8 



H,ee«.DO 

i.EOO.OO. 
G. 000. 00 



■dovGooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL KBPUKT 
STATEMENT G.^ConHnued. 



*"—— >"•■ 


L*W. 
Pare. Year. 


1«01 


Balance 


\«- 


'^ssf 


^ 


""forSa'ai""'..'!?; 


tss 


1887 


H.7M.72 


•!;?S:!g 


j »,88B-Ba 

ise.ni 
i,io«.ai 

j 4.289.21 
j E.BO0.G8 

1.018.M 

9T.88 

«e.te 

».66 

{sr,i9a-8Z 


ts,ai.n 


ScDaol of asTiculture. heat- 


8W 

m 


lew 

igw 

leea 


itoi 

ItOl 


isa.Te 

l,40B.n 

TO.M 




Honlcultural hall and phy- 

Orud Rapid- Sn»—1«- 
tlOD, HBpport aiid 




Ctco.eo 

880.88 

!t;B4i:i7 
1,900 00 


1B.» 




CrookaloD Sab-atatlsn, 
■Dpport ii>d e««lp- 


m 


im 


IMI 












St. Cloud Normal Sehool- 


8*1 

HI 
Ml 
Ml 
Ml 

Ml 


isse 

isee 
ia« 

!8» 
18M 

isse 


1901 

i9gi 
leoi 

1901 
1901 


18.64 
97.86 
8G.SG 
28.06 

2.6S4.71 




MiBcellaneoUB receipts 
















WlBOBB fiormal S«liuol- 


1SS 

l.OOO.OO 










Ml 

m 


i8«e 
loe 

IWS 


I90I 

1901 
1901 








19 oe 


£,882.81 




^ 




Uftnkata N(.rni>t School- 


EB,Eoo.aa 

4,sn.88 
1,800-00 


}m.B7B.88 
1.800.00 












M2 
MS 
843 


iwe 

18W 

im 


1901 

1901 








no.oD 


aw-oo 


Library 

Moorhpnd Nornml School) 

MlScenlnVoui ' receiptg: '.:'.'. 
Transfer from repairs «c- 


GOO 00 

19,000.00 

1,808.65 

M4.IS 


G0O.0O 

E4,a)9.a2 




1901 


1.988 04 


•i.» 




M2 


lafB 


1901 












Transfer to Hupport ac- 












Repalra and sewerage 


MS 

788 

352 


laee 

ISSG 

18m 
isee 


1901 
IBM 

1901 




1,500.00 




96.3t 
BZ.419.9e 


61.80 
S8.B1 

{ K.OIT.AS 






•.« 


I>.I..> ,.r„.. ..b...- 


S:SS3;88 


«.»:.» 


Becelpta from loss by fire. 













.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT O.— Continued. 



APrBOPBIJlTIOHS. 



'^S^ 



Heating plart. . 
Electric light as 



gas.. 



at. Peter HoapltBl— 

Support 

Hlscellaneous receipts . 

Extra appropriation, chap- 
ter 288. a. L. 1809 

Transfer to Anoka asylur 
Bupport 

Smoke stack 

Oreenhouse 

Kitchen 

Laboratory 

Reservoir 

Heatinx plant 

Slauchter house 

Repalrlnx floors, etc 

North detacbed ward .... 

Laundry 

Appropriated from fli 
lose, March T, lOOU.... 

RootlnK laundry, building 



Hoeb eater Ho 



ipltal— 



Bitra appropriation, chap- 
— r 283. O, L. ]"" 

jisfer to Hai 
lum. support. . 

Library 

Smoke stack 

Flumblns 

Round silo 

Per SDH FkIIb Hoapltal— 

Mlscetlaneous receipts.!.*. . 
Bxtra approprlallon, chap- 
ter 283, O. L. 1H»». .. 

Vegetable cellar 

Qreenhouae 

Sa«t detached ward. . 
Cold Etorase 



IWl. 

T.SOO.OO 
1,000.00 





' 




l»«8 






















IZ,D0O.OCI 


a.iar.Bs 



4,000.00 

lui.oa 

(.000.00 
B.OOO.DO 
GOD.OO 

190,000.00 

i.sse.ve 

I8,3e8.01 



172,701.42 
1B,118.71 



■dovGooi^Ic 



BIBNNIAL UBPUUT 
STATEUENT Q.-VonHnued. 





Law. 


sii 


^iSu'' 


^ra^ 


iMirad. 


5-^ 


PW. 


y-. 


Standplpe and hrdrant.... 
Haatixr* Aarl«n>- 


881 
8« 


1901 
1888 


1901 
1001 




tS,000-OD 


3i,ini.M 


88 000 80 


tUO.88 






1,S».4B 
1B,118.JS 
£,GDa.OO 
1,000.00 
1.000.00 
1,100.00 




Transler (rom Rochetter 














881 
B81 
B81 

881 

m 


IMl 
IWl 

IKIl 

18BB 


1901 
181)1 
ISDl 
1001 

1901 




2,600.00 




















B6,0D 

[ 18.182.84 






<B.SB 






S81-BT 
1S,«B.£I 
1,000.00 

z,Goa.oo 
2.600.00 
s.moa 




THUWfer from Bt Peter 














SSI 

381 


ISOl 
IBOl 

1901 

1890 
1880 


1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 
























0,728.08 

lM,4t8.44 

) 

1,4W.18 
881.00 

j 64,818.81 
2.000 00 

8.!i».re 

8.000.00 

122,888.82 
80080 
780.00 






10,7«.T7 
728.M 






a).ooo.oo 

I2.7«6.« 

K.m.to 
BiB.sa 

(•,O0O.A0 
1,600.00 




PeSSf.S,- Mli^trf 'toim ta: 




Federal aid from United 










10,178.74 


^S^^ste^ 















BIT 

sts 


1880 

laoe 
leee 


I9M 
1901 

1901 








m.t» 

t,8BT.8S 




lohool lor tkc Dot- 


50.S0O.00 
2,848.08 

f,000.00 










648 

a<8 


1880 
1800 

iset 


1901 
1001 
1901 

1901 






New roof and plplns 


S.!!a0.7B 




e.ooo.oo 

21.000.00 

800.00 

780.00 

«B.71 




School for th« Bllod- 


880.00 










881 

Mi 


1808 
1001 

1800 


1001 
1901 










SekDol for tke Peeblc- 
■laded- 













Old1>alanca rcBtored 




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





».!d:»GOO>^IC 



AUDITOR OP STATR 
STATEMENT Q.—CmHnued. 



ApPBOTMATlOn. 


Law. 


1^^ 


BalasM 


1901. 


^iSS*- 


^- 




381 

BBl 
SSI 

EOS 


1889 
1901 
1B8B 

IWt 

1888 


uni 

ISOl 
1801 
1101 
1801 

1901 


81,200.94 


88,0W.08 
18,000.00 


14,880.94 

I8,000.«0 

214.81 










S11.91 




SoDth haapltal iriiiK 


11,008.00 

io,ae.oo 

817.87 
EM.»4 

fl,O0O,(» 


11.000.00 
20,000.00 








1,H0.91 


l4B.OK.6e 

1 a,lB6.B0 

) *«■» 

1,600.00 
















SU.SB 














m 


IHOB 


1901 


MS.M 










88 

m 

B81 


im 

18B7 
1808 
l»l 

18S8 


1981 
1901 
18IH 
1901 

ISOl 




1,800.00 






tiO.OO 








180.70 
8,000.00 

68,824.87 

i '■"*■- 

2, 778.01 

144.S8 

828.87 

! um.. 

) 60.lt 
( l,i6J.M 

i,et4.<H 

[64,406.04 
J 

1 e,2tS.42 
1.60O-00 


• a 




8,000.00 

BT .000.00 

8;i7i.9e 

s,ooo.x 

1.600.00 






s,iis.eo 




Tranafer from Gtrla' bii'lid- 


•880.86 


^ 


880 


1886 


■», 


223.81 














8B0 

eso 

861 


18M 
1808 

leoo 
im 


1901 
1981 
1901 
1901 


i,2ra.e2 

828.87 
87.18 


•.21 
-.04 










S8:Sg 






•8.61 














38t 


1901 


1901 




B.OOO.OO 
















ago 

EOB 


1897 

leso 


1801 


167 .•* 

4,T6B.8B 


1.600.00 

66.000.00 
1.880.08 

■.SM.10 


•2,71 


RcformatoiT- 


Traneter from prison sup- 
















ns 


1801 


1901 


i,ixn.is 






6.447.78 
1. 600.00 






ffii 


«, 


1801 

1801 
1901 








700.00 
1,888.80 

ai.iB 


700.00 
488.04 


New oell wins 


681, 1888 
Sool 1887 




1.147.70 
81.48 


BuUdbK material 





„,Ms.Goo>^Ic ■' 



BIENNIAL Uhi^VUT 
STATEMENT O.—CmHnued. 



Apfroprutiomk. 


I.W. 


1^^ 


5£" 


1901. 


Warnuits 
iBoed. 


5^ 


Page. 


YSM. 


rarm revolvlns fund 


861 

tm 
m 

m 


ISW 
1807 
I8W 
1880 


1901 
IWI 
1001 

tool 


2.114 M 
I.SfiB.B8 
7.6«.71 
0,Gl«.af 


10.000.00 


li.na.io 

8,000.8! 

S,27S.a8 

j fl.410.SB 

8U.0t 


•.18 






Rep&lra, main building 




47.50 
10,000.00 

40,000.00 






881 
SSI 

as 


mi 

1901 
188» 


UOl 
1901 

1901 














87.06 


1103)1.02 

'■,t6«.l« 

1,886.08 

447.90 

414.7TB. 18 

n.ooo.oo 

04.11 
90,980-00 

488.88 

00,000.00 

8,6«l.4e 

6,406.88 

IJ81.877.44 

■.a».oo 

l.SO 

13,000.00 

Se7.(B 
118,840.10 

118,800.00 
































" 


861 

m 

SIO 
LOTS 

1,»78 

1.078 

LOTS 
1.078 

1.078 

eu 

I.0» 
1,078 
1.078 

1,078 

1,074 

IM 


lase 
isee 

180t 
1887 

1807 

18m' 

18M 
I8W 

iseo 

1884 


1001 
1901 

1901 
1901 

1901 

1001 

1001 
1901 

1001 

1901 

1901 

1901 

IflOI 
1001 


ZiS,99 
44T.0O 


1,800.00 


ma 






BevolvlRK fund, mlscellan- 


B04,S11.87 

WI,8ai.lB 
27,900.00 

84.17 

06,080.00 

IBI.88 
690,000.00 

B.46B.S8 

1,881.877.44 

o.too.oo 

1.80 

12.000.00 
4,888 48 

207.08 

iia.»40.io 

118,800.00 




Inveated Bchool (und 

Invested Internal Improve- 
ment land fund, tranda... 














Invested state Instltutlone 






Invested state Instltatlons 
fund, bonds. Interest 

Invested school tund, bonds 

In vest e J school tund.bonda. 




















Apportioned school fund... 










Invfsted onivfralty tund. 






Interest on atate capltol 
cettlflcates of Indebted- 






Land collection fees 










Fundlns bonds and Interost 
Reform school loan and In- 

















.IJ ' 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT Q.— Continued. 



Appxopbutiohs. 


Bige 


To»r 


^ 


BalAuoe 


'sms 


Wartmte 


'»"■ 


Gnua f u 


m 

207 

m 


1885 

lem 

1887 


im 
itoi 




198,148.78 

14,11B.B2 
84,075. 7a 


190,146.78 

I4,110.6B 

(64,916.76 

1 20,000.00 

80.852.06 

1.08158 

6B4.B6 

846.07 

269.28 

23,000.00 

Boeoo 

400.00 




Grain inspection, board of 
appeals 










Transfer to soldiers' 








261 
280 
280 
132 
122 
SIS 
08 

118 
IS 

n 

18 
SB 

83 
BT 
11 
TO 

lU 
Sfi 

I 

at 


IS85 

lem 

1901 

1901 
1809 
IBM 

Km 

1897 

IS9T 
1897 
1897 
1887 
18B7 
1807 

1807 
1897 

1887 

1197 


leoi 
ifioi 

1901 
ItOl 
1901 
1901 
1901 

imi 

J887 
1607 

189) 
1897 
1887 
1897 
1807 
1901 

1807 
1807 
1B97 

1897 

1807 

I«7 




w,»a.9e 

1,081.68 
684.86 
640.07 

2.816.17 

see.en 

22.000.00 
806.00 
















Emergency call of troops.. 
















Twin City Jockey Club 










Xntecnnl ImpFOT.- 
neat F>ad (Roitda and 
Brldsea)— 

ty. KuHseirs Perry brIdBe 


KO.OO 
1SO.00 
47B.0O 
600.00 
«0.00 
100.00 
200.00 
112.00 
4TB 00 

285.00 

000.00 

14G.00 

260.00 

200.00 








Brown county. Minnesota 








Crow Wing county, Crow 
Wing rivet bridge 

Fillmore county, Watson 














Goodhue county, Cannon 








■Goodhue county, Zumbro 
river. Kenyon bridge 

"bJwgeS^MlInce""^' ^"^ 














J a c k « o n countr. T>ee 
Moines river bHdge 

Le Sueur sna Nicollet 
counties, Mlnneaota. river 
pontoon bridge 

UlUe I.acs county, highway 




476,00 














Mower county, Daubln's 




800.00 




Nicollet county, Mlnneaota 

Norman county, drainage.. 
Norman and Polk conntleE, 



















.ds.Gooi^Ic 



BIENNIAL UBPOKT 
STATEMENT G.— C<m(»»u«d. 





I.W. 


^ 


^■" 


«- 


'Sffi- 


Balaiwa 


Page 


Year. 


Olmsted county, Zumbro 


48 
101 

ice 
et 
m 

8B 

SSI 
680 
141 

aH 

BOO 

BOO 

BOO 
809 

BU 

Boa 

BOB 

an 
aos 

»10 


1807 
18«T 
1907 
18BT 
18»r 
1817 
1SB7 

wn 

IW7 
iSK 

leei 

1874 
18B1 

im 

1880 

lOOl 
1001 

IWl 
IBDI 

i«n 

ISDl 

IWl 
1001 

1fll>l 


1887 

1807 
18B7 
1807 

IBOT 

lan 
i80r 

18m 

18B7 

1807 

18H 

IW* 

UBl 

1801 

1B80 

ISOI 

1001 
1001 

1001 

IBOl 

1001 
ISOl 

IWl 
1801 

loni 


w.n 

400.00 

UO.0O 
IW-OO 
100.00 

a».oo 

100.00 

m.oO' 

11. » 

4a.» 

100.00 
4W.0O 

u.oo 








Pin* county. Snake river 
















Renville county. brIdBM 








Renville county. Mud creek 




100.00 




Rico county. Morrletown, 
SlWey county, Cottonwood 








2(10.00 




atscrna county. Skunk 






Steams county, Sauk river 








Yellow Medicine county. 

SIS bSSS"' "'" 








Cub county, roads and 








Meeker county, Lake Har- 














Jolk county. Red river 








Wadena county, Verndalc 
rottJ and bridge 

Aitkin county, roads and 






rriv. 


aoo.oo 

400.00 

too 00 

000.00 

400.00 

400.00 

aoo-00 
no-oo 

t.OW.00 
400.00 
W0.OO 






Anoka county, Central ave- 
nue road and bridge 

Benton county, highway... 

and repairing highway. .. 

Becker county, bridge 

Beltrami county, Bemldjl 
and Blackduck road 

Big Btone county, bridge. . 

Big Stone county, highway 

Blue Earth and Nicollet 
counties, bridge 

Brown county, bridge 

Cariton county, road 










800.00 










400.00 
400.00 






































400-00 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATEl 
STATEMENT O.— Continued. 



ArPBOFBlACIOaS. 


Page. 


w. 


ill 


^ 


«? 


"iSS" 


V 


Cb£b countr, bridge 

Cblppewa &nd l.ac qui 


BOt 

8W 

BM 

SOB 
SOB 

am 

806 
(M 

SOB 

MB 

BOS 

BOB 
BOB 
BOB 

BOB 
BOB 

aoe 

SOB 

80ft 

BOB 

am 

BOB 
SOB 

BOB 
SOB 
BOB 


UOl 

IBOl 
1«01 
ISOl 

ItOl 
IBDl 

leoi 

1901 

IBOl 
IflOl 
IBBl 
ItOl 

IBOl 
IBOl 

UOl 
IBM 
IBOl 
IBOl 
1901 
1901 

ItOl 

leoi 

IBOl 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
UOl 

1901 

1001 
UOl 


1901 

IBBl 
IWl 
IBOl 

IBOI 
lOOI 




400.00 

1,000.00 
100,00 

UO.OO 

700.00 

loa.oo 

160.00 

no.tt) 

BOO.OO 
flOO.OO 
400.00 
MO.OO 

2fiO.0O 
BDO.OO 

MO.OO 

too.oo 
moo 

ao.00 

G0O.OO 
G0O.OO 

«IO.0O 

«n.oo 
m.oo 

«0.00 
lOO.OO 

tn.oo 

soo.oo 
wo.oo 

IGO.OO 










ivOoa.o» 


Chisago county, bridges.... 












Cook and Lake counUea. 










«W.OB 




Crow Wing county, grad- 






Crow Wing county, Ira- 








Dodee and Steele oo unties. 












1901 
1801 
HOI 

1901 
1901 

IBOl 
1801 
1901 
UOl 

1901 

IBOl 

1901 
IBDI 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 

I90I 

tBDl 

IBOl 




600.00 










Faribault odunty, bridge, ,. 
Fillmore county, bridge. 






moo 








nilmore county, brldga 














Ooodhue county, bridge. . . . 

Gnint county, bridge 

Grant county, bridge 

BenneplQ county, bridge. .. 

Houaton county, bridge 

Rubterd cflunty. wagon 














































Isanti county, road and 








Jackson county, bridge.... 
Kanabec county, bridge... 


































SODOO 


I.e SneuF county, bridge. 








La Sueur county, bridge, 








^!l!fnOT~""'^' ^''^*'- 

















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UIKNNIAL KGPUKT 
STATEMENT 0.— Continued. 





Law. 


sll 


Balaueo 


'«- 


Luoed. 


Balance 




Psge. 


Year. 


Lincoln county, bridge, 






m, 










Lincoln _ county. bridge. 










aw. 00 






Lincoln county. bridge, 






























UcLeod county, bridge. 




1901 


1*01 




SCO-OO 






McLeod county. Crow river 
bridge 

McLeod county, bridge. 












^^^ 














imi 












"¥'^,„T"&."r.^". 
















Martin county. Hall and 
















Meeker county. Crow river 
bridge 

Mllle LacH county, ourvey- 






























MorriHon county, road 

Mower county, bridge 

Murray county, bridge 

Nicollet county, bridge 






























non 








400 00 
























imi 




*»00 










i«ni 




























Otter ThII county, sundry 

Pipestone county, bridge.. 
Polk county, sundry 

Pope county, bridges 

Ramsey county, bridge.... 
Hea Lake county, bridge.. 

Redwood county bridge 

Renville county, bridges... 

Bice county, bridges 

Rock county, hrldge 

Roseau county, bddgea 


































,™ 










m 
















inni 




























imi 


i»il 


«uao 










Z\ 


aoooo 


















m 














i 








ma 


loni 


IBftl 





MO.OO 




400.00 



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ADDITOR OP STATH. 
STATEMENT a.~Continved. 





L*w. 


jll 


"Ff=?- 


toned. 


?"!*^ 




Eiwe. 


rear. 


'%''• 




an 
en 

8W 
300 
300 
300 
SOS 

aoe 
soe 

- 

80» 

H» 

SOB 

SOS 


ISOl 
IMl 
1901 

1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 

1901 


uot 

190t 

1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 




«w.oo 

H0.00 




400.00 
COD.OD 
480.00 
400.00 
400.00 
UD.0O 
400.00 
400.00 
400.00 
400.00 
9DO.0O 


















400.00 

""" 

EOO.OO 

m.ai 
«».(» 

40O.0O 

«0.(» 

MOD 

«».(» 

fiOO.OO 

Boo.m 










Todd county, brldgea 









































400.00 






4>».0O 
400.00 








Wright county, bridge 




GOO.OO 


Yellow Medicine county. 




EOO.OO 








Current (1901) approprlatlona 
and balances- 








4U,U4.n 








New appropriations by 1001 
legislature, available dur- 














lO.lSD S« 
88,818 00 

1,1(MM.T4 




























e8.sis.oo 




BanUnva, fees and fines, 






1 






1 




4,»I*,BU.H 




















,W^H4.n 


T.SMW4.74 


«,IT4.eSI.»l 


i,04S,u;,« 

llfl.«».!I 
Bet.90T.28 



























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BIBNNIAL UEPOKT 



STATEMENT H. 
THB JUDICIARY. 

Chlet Justice, Chaa. M. Start, year endlDK July 31, IMl. . tfi.OOO.OO 

ABaociaita <Imatteea. 

If W. Collina, 14 moa. endinE July 31, 1901 S.SSS.SS 

John A. Lovely, 12 moa. endrnK July 31, 1801 (1,000 » 

Ctuta. U LewlH. 12 mos. endlnK July 31, 1901 0,000.00 

C. Ia Brown, 12 moa. ending July 81, 1901^ COOO.OO 

(MIeera, Bte. 

BALARIBS. 

Clerk. D. F. Reese, year ending July 31, 1001 (1,600.00 

Deputy. J. L. Helm, year ending July 31, IBOI 1.000.00 

M*r»hal. K. N. OultsBU, year endlnc July 81, 1001 800.00 

Reporter. H. B. Weniell, year endlns July 31, 19U1 8.000.00 

Janitor, MarUn Nelaon, year ending July 31. 1901 900.00 

Oaatlrngtat. 

Paid to D. F. Reese, clerk, aundry warrants tor expenses. |1,323.BB 

DiBtrlet Co«rt JBdsea. 

SAI.AiUBS FOR THE YICAR ENDING JULY 31. 1901, OR AS 3PEClFIBa>. 

First Dlatrlot— 

F. M. Croaby (3,600.00 

W. C. wmiaton npinnno 

■•««Dd Dlstrtat— 

B. A. Jaggard 

O." B.' Lewis'. ".■■'.'.'.■■.■.""■.■.^■''.'.■■■.■.'.'.'.'■.!'.;l'. '.'.'. '.'.■','. 

W. L, Kelly 

Q. L. Bunn 

C. E, OtlB 

Tklrd DtoOiet— 

A. H. Snow 

Vvarlh Dlatrlot— 

C. B. Elliott 

J. P. McQee 

D. F. Simsaon 

C. M. Pond, 

F. C. Brooks, IS montha ending July 31. 1001 

A. M. Harrlaon 

Ilfth District— 

ThoH. Buckham. 12 months ending Dec. 31. 1900 

Mxtb District— 

Lorln Cray 

Vevcnth Dlstriot— 

D. H. Searle, T months ending Feb. 28. 1901 

L. L. Baxt>-r 

Bishth Diat Hot- 
Francis Cailwcll 

Htnth Dlstriot— 

B. F. Webber, IT montha to July 31, 1901 

Teath District- 
Nathan KingBley 

VicTCBtk Dtstrlet- 

H. B. Debi'll, 10 months ending AprU 80, 1901 

J. D. Ensign.... 

W. A. Cant 

Twaltth Dlstriot— 

Oorham Powers 

G. E. Qvttl" 

ThlrtecBth DIatrlot— 

roartacBth District^' 

nftceuth DIatrlot 

G. W. Holland, 12 months ending Dec 31. 1900. and T 
diya In January. 1901 

W. S. McClanahan. Jan. 8. 1901, to July 31, 1001. 



3.EOO.O0 
3.500.00 
3,000.00 
3.000.00 



3,600.00 
3,B0O.0O 



2,016.66 
8.600.00 
8.0OO.0O 



S.500.00 
8,600.00 



,Goo<^Ic 



ADDITOR OF STATBL 



Stxtamith IHMrlet— 

F, J. Btrlill, S months endlns Dec. 31, ISOl, and T days 
in January, 1901 

S, A. Flaherty. Jan. 8. 1901, to July 31, IBOl 

a*TaBt«aDth Dimtrlot— 

J. H. Qulnn 

BHsIiteeBtli Dtatrlot— 

A. E. GlddlngH, 13 months ending July 81, 1901 



8.GOO.0O 
8.191.72 



I R«f«re«*— PDF Ye»r IDadfas Jmlr SI, IMl. 



SAXARIGS. 

John Und, Kovemor, B monttm to Dec. 31. 1000, and 9 

days in January, lUOI 

8. R. Van aant, governor, Jan. 10, 1901, to July 31, 1901.... 
L. A. RoBlnv, private aecretary, 6 month* to Dae 81, ISQO, 

and 8 days In January, luul 

Robert Jamluon, private secretar)-, Jan. 9, 1901, to July 

31. 1901 

Eugene Rice, executive clerk, [• monthe endlnc Dec. 31, 

1900, and part of January. 1901 

James A. Martin, executive clerk, part of January, 1001, 

and e months ending July 31. 1901 

E. M. Baker, stenographer, U months ending Jan. 81. 1901. 
U. Helvlg. Btenogi apher, U monthe ending July 31, 1901... 
E. P. Wade, measenger, 5 months ending Dec. 31. IIIOO, 

and 12 d^rs In January, IDOl 

D. E. Beasly. messenger, part of January, 1901, and G 

months ending July 31, 1901 



IBOO. 

Aug. 6. 

Aug. T. 

Aug. 9. 

Aug. 11. 

Aug. 14, 

Aug. 15. 

Aug. 28. 

Aug! Si! 

Sept. 4! 

Bept. 12. 

Sept. 18. 

Bept. SS. 

Sept. SS. 

Oct. 8. 



Oct. 10. 
Oct. 11. 
Oct, 12. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES. 



B. P. Wade, pontage 

W. U. Telegraph Co.. July telegrams 

H. C. Boyeson Btatlotiery Co.. supplies 

R. L. Polk & Co., Minneapolis directory 

North AmerlcEm Telegraph Co., telegrams.. 

E. P. Wode, postage 

E. M. Baker, balance August salary.. 



A. W, Qutridge, sleeper tare from Kansas City.. 

First National Bank, sleeper tare Rev. Rost 

W. U. Telegraph Co.. August telegrams....*... 

L. L. May & Co.. seed 

E. P. Wade, postage, etc 

E. M. Baker, balance September salary 

James Amar A Co.. burial Geo. Peterson 

John MroElnskl. reward tor body of Jaa. 

Mroilnskl 

W. J. Dutch, mileage book... 

WyckoCC. Seamans & B., stationery 

Rev. J. J. Lawler, sleeper to Kansas City 

W. U. Telegraph Co.. September telegrams 

E. B.< Ford, subscription. Referendum 

E. M. Baker, eitr.i services 

E, P. Wade, postage 

The Times Newspaper Co.. subscription 

Twin City Quardlan. subscription 

Eugene Rice, expenses of convention of "Con- 



Doa ID. John Folde, e 



887.76 
SfiCOO 



28.00 
«B.0O 



,Goo<^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

























•JO. 



















April 17. 
April IT. 
April 23. 
April 28. 



May 10. 
May IT. 
May IT. 






June 10. 
June 18. 



July 

July 
July 



July 
July 
July 

July -. 

July 8. 

July S. 

July 8. 

July IB. 

July 10. 

July 26. 



J. v. Brower, eipenseB of ItBBCa Btate Park... . 

Morlti Helm, balance aervlceB 

W. W. Folwell. Bervlces "L^bor" convention... 

W. U. TeleBT&pH Co., telegrama 

Agnes L. Merrill, typewrltlnB 

Wm. Dampler. hearse for Senator Davis to 

capltol 

B. P. Wade, poBtORe 

Owena Davts, waahlni towels 

B. M. Baker, balance December salary 

N. American Telerraptt Co., leleKrams 

The Globe Co., subscription to June, 1001 

BohroeiJer A Dlokiason, draplnB capltol /or 

Senator Davia 

E. P. Wade, Hundrlea 

R. C. Dunn, portrait of Gov. Und 

E. P. Wade, postaBe 

E. M. Baker, salary to Jan. 8, IIIOI 

F. A. Deflel, repairing clock 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Chaa. T. Heller, supplies 

J. J. lAmen. expenses state canvassing board. . 

Devld Beaaley, postage 

H. C. Howard, expenses to Mexico 

Q. W, Smith, stopping prize nght 

D. E. Beasley, postage 

T>, B. Beasley, postage 

D. E. Beasley, postage 

S. R. Van Sant, postage 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

St. Paul Dally Newa, subscription 

T. P. Dutresne, annotations 

D. E. Beasley, postage 

American Electric Co., lamp 

St. Paul Book & Btatlonety Co.. pOMBi guide, etc 

D. B. Beasley. postage 

W. U. Telegraph Co.. telegrams 

The Minneapolis TLmes, KUbacrlptlon to June 8. 

IflOl 

D. E. Beaaley, postage 

D, E. Beasley, postage 

M. Mealey. towels 

H. A. Boardman. account butter exhibit 

Dr. Geo. H. Brldgman, services as special com- 
missioner at Buffalo Exposition 

H. C. Boyeeon, stationery 

H. C. Boyeaon, stationery 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 

D. B. Beasley, postage 

E. D. Wilson, taking testimony Johnson case.. 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

D. E. Beasley, postage 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

North American Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Wyckoft. Seamans & B.. supplies 

ChHS. T. HcIIer. sun>11eB 

Brown, Treacy & Sperry Co., stationery 

McGlll-Warner Co., stationery 

Theodor Borup. pens 

Wright. Barrett & Stillwell Co.. paper 

R. L. Folk & Co., directory 

S. R. Van Sant, expenses o( committee Investi- 
gating Board of Control 

D. E. Beasley, postage 



Bn4 Laa« OohbiI salon cr—YesF BladlnH July 31, ISOl. 

SAI^RIBB. 
R. C. Dunn, auditor and land commissioner, IS months 

ending July 31, IBOl (3.000.00 

B. Q. Iverson, deputy, yeor ending July 31. 1801 2.600.00 

AUDITOR'S CIJ5RK8. 

C. Bomback. accountant tl.SOO.OO 

W. A. Cowing 1,200.00 

M. V. Gibbons L.WO.OO 

B. E. Atkins 1, 296.00 

Ada J. Iverson. stenographer 000.00 

Charlie Orr B.0O 



oyGooglc 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



I.AND OI/aRKS. 





















CONTINQBNT EIXPEINaEa. 

ifloa 

AtiK. 2. North Star Frlntlnx Co., statlanery 

Aur. S. Re^. of Ceeda Redwood Co.. recording pa.tenu. 

Adk- S. BrowD, Treacy & Co., Btatlonery 

Auc. 8. Wyckolt, Senmans & B., Buppllas 

Anc- 4. Henry D. Lang, copy of decrea 

Aug. 4. W. tf. Telegraph Co., messaKes 

Auk. 11. 'H. O. Boyeson Stationery Co., supplies 

Auk. SB. Sva Vltt, extra, services 

Sapt. ST. ?. O. GulUIer. gattierlnK atatUtlcs MlchlKan 

taxation , 

OeL 4. iBroWB. Treacy Sc Co., Bt,i,tlonery 

Oct. 4. H. E. Wedelstaedt Co,, stationery 

Oot. B. W. U. Telegraph Co., CelegrajnB 

Not. 8. W. tJ. Telegraph Co,, telegraraB 

Dm. 7. W. V. Telesraph Co,, telegraniB 

Dm. SB. Owena DavU, washing towels 



2. H. C. Boyeaon, stationery 

. 2n. H. C, Boyeoon, stationery , 

. as, WyckotT, Seamans & B., stationery.. 

, K. H. H. Wedelataedt Co., stationery... 



Wyckoff, Seamana A B., repairs and ribbon. . 

North Star Printing Co,, atailonery 

N. 'W. Stamp Works, eeala and pads 

E. C. Boyeaon, stationery 

B. L. Folk A Co., blue book 

H. D. Lang, copy of decree 

W. U. Telegraph Co,, telegrama 

J. F. Johnson, copy of Judgment 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 



Taxation" 



JaoB 6. 
July 2. 



W. U. Telegraph Co., . 

H. E. Wedelataedt Co., atatlonery.. 

J. F. Johnson, copy of Judgment 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrama 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rei 



July 18. Brown. Treacy & Sperry Co., stntlonery. 



t'KT 



July 18. H. B. Wedelataedt Co^, statloi 

July 18. H, C. Boyeson, rubber stamps 

Sundry warrants tor postage and e 



AUDITOR-8 VAULT FIXTUKES. 
IfiOl. 

May aa R. D. Miles, repairing lock t2.D 

A4iiit«Bt General— Tear BndlaB Jnlr SI. 1801. 

SAl^RIBB. 

Om>. C. I^mbert. 8 months ending Jan. Bl. 1901 f909.t 

E. D. Ubby, 6 months ending July 81, 1901 1,000,( 

r. Baasaik. cterk, 5 months ending Dec. 31, 1900 600.( 

C. J. Humaaon. clerk, part of January. 1901 a6.( 

Olo«r Seebkch, clerk, part of January. 19>1, and 6 months 

eadltlK July Bl, 1901 762.: 

C. J. Humamn. extra pay lO.t 

Emallne H. Season, stenographer S00.( 



.ds.Gooi^Ic 



B[ENN1AL UBPOHT 



MILITARY STOBEKEEPEH. 



ADJUTANT OENBRAL'S CONTINGENT. 
1000. 

Sept. 13. Geo. C. Lambert, postage 

Nov. 12. Geo. C. Lambert, sundry bills 

Dec. i. F. X. Gravel, balance November salary 

D«0. IB. F. X. Gravel, account December salary 

Dec 29. Owens Davts, washing towols 

um. 

Jan. 2. F. X, Gravel, balance December salary 

Jan, 7. Geo. C. L.ambert, postage and stationery 

Jan. 16. P. X. Gravel, account January salary 

Jan. 18. L. L. May A Co.. floral tribute 

Jan. 18. Oeo. C. Iiambert, postage, etc 

Jan. 80. F, X Gravel, balance January salary 

Feb. 1. Uary Baasen, services ol Major Boasen 

Feb. S. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 

Feb. B. C. L. Davis, postage 

April 12. M. Mealey, towels 

AprU12. Interstate CllpplnE Bureau, clippings 

April 18. H. E. Wedelataedt. stationery 

June 1*. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 

Jnne IT. 'WykofI, Seamans & B., cylinder 

June 27. Smltb-Premler T. Co., account cabinet 



■aey Gemcral— Tear Bad tas Jolr Xl, 1901. 

W. B. Douglas, attorney general 



W. J. Donabower, 

C, W. Somerby, second ___ 
L. S. Hatcb, stenographer. 



attorney general. . 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES. 



Aug. ! 
Aug. : 

Sept! i 



■ as stenographer. . 



M. H. MacLanahan, servlci 
a. F. Fullerton, 1 



. -. =-j. M. D., expert wl 

. ■W. B. Douglas, expenses to Washington, 
■ '"o-Operattve Publishing ' 



Nov. 
Nov. : 
Nov. : 



Geo.'Seali, copy of opinion.. " ' . 

W. B. Douglas, balance expenses to Washlng- 

H. W. Chllds, services "Anderson tax case" 

■W. O. Braggans, typewriting 

West Publishing Co.. advance sheets 

J. A. Peterson, legal services "Wise murder 

, C. W. Somerby, expenses to Bemiajj 

, Morllz Helm, services Board at Equalization. . . 

■Woodman Publishing Co.. diary 

, B. G. Rogers, clerk, deposit 

_.. Jss. H. McKenney, copy ot opinion 

. W. Owens Davis, washing t''wels 

, L. R, Hatch, special services 

, B. B. Thomas, ribbons 

, Phil T. Megaarden. fees 

. F. P. Dufresne, annotations 

, C. A. MePherrln, services State vs. Burke 

, Lawyers' Co-Operatlve Publishing Co., notes on 
V. B. reports 

Davis, Kellogg & Severance, services school 
land contests 

W. B. Douglass, expense* to Washington 

, W. B. Douglas, balance expenses to Waahlng- 

Co., repairing pen 



■. 1*, John Wagener, fees.. 



2,000.00 
2.OOO.0O 

OOO.OO 



■dovGooi^Ic 



Hat. 21. 
April 8. 
April IS. 
April 18. 
Ai>rll2a. 
April 20. 
Mb7 S. 
Uay ». 
Uar e. 
May n. 

Juna 10. 
June la 
June 29. W. 
July 2. " 
July 9. 
July 16. 
July 22. 
July 2S. 
July 23. 
July 29. 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



J. H. McKenney. costs D. & I. R. II. R, case... 

The Frank Shepard Co., annotatlona 

E. O. HoKers. deposits 

O. W. Stewart, T Haya' legal services 

Theodor Borup, account printing report 

F. P. Dut-esne, annotations 

W. O. Brnggans. typewriting 

Thos. Hughes, legal servlcefl 

West Publlahlng Co., books 

J. H. McKenney. casts 

E. T. Young, services State vs. Halvoraon.i 

lawyers' Co-Operative Publishing Co., books... 

, J. Donahower. iundry bills 

' Braggans, typewriting 

uwens Davis, washing towels 

H. HaclAnanai], services 

B. D. Wilson, services 

'W. B. Douglas, expenses to Itasca Park 

Phil T. Megaarden. serving papers 

F. P. Dufresne, books 

American Blectrio Co., fan 

W. B. Douglas, sundry wairajits for per diem 

and expenses at court 

W. U. Telegraph Co., sundry warrants for telE- 

TBlepBone '.'.".".'.".'.'.".'.'.'!.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.',*.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.".'.'.*.'.'..'.'. 
Stationery 



StMc Costa— Tear BsdlaB Jalr 81, 1901. 



, Wm. C. Sargent. State v 



Innirance Oommlasloaei^-Tear BndlBS JuIt i>l< 



J. A. O'Shaughnessy, commissioner. Aug. I, 19O0. to Jan. 

28. 1901... ...-■. 

Elmer H. Dearth, commissioner, Jan. 20, 1901. to July 31. 

lOM ...-. 

Z. H. Austin, deputy, Aug. 1. IBOO. to Jan. 31. 1901 

D. C. Llghtbourne. deputy. Feb. 1, 1901. to July 31. 1901... 
Abbte ^. Duncan, stenographer 



J. O. Cederberg. services. 
F'rank Haskell, services.. 
8. J. Corrlgan. services. ., 



Dec. 10. 

Dec 11, 

1901. 



fONTINOENT EXPF-NSES. 

R. li. Pnlk A Co.. directory 

J. A. O'Shaughnesfiy, eipensps to Hartford con- 
vention 

American Linen Supply Co.. towels 

Brown, Treacy ft Co.. stationery 

■Wyckoff, Seamnna ft H.. ttatlonery 

TI. S. Exnreps Co.. exprcBS on reports 

J. A. O'Shaughnessy. (ee National Co 

J. A. O'Bhaughnessy, i*eports of examinations. . 
U, S. Express Co., express 



n Supply Co.. towels 

jan, B. If. B. Rxprets Co 

Jan. 11. Wyokoft, Senmans A B., sundries 

Jan, 19. J. A, O'Shaughnessy. expenses to Chtwtgo « 

Feb. 8. U. 8. Express Co., express 



■dovGooi^Ic 



April 8. 
ApHI 6. 
April 11. 
April 25. 
April 25. 
May 
Uay 10. 
May IB. 
May 21. 
June a 

June 3o! 

June 26. 

July 2. 

July e. 

July 10. 

July 12. 

July 2B. 

July 2T. 

July 2T. 

July SSk 



BIENNIAL. REPOKT 



H. Mealey, towels 

U. B. Ezprers Co., eiprevH 

WyckoH. Seanuins & B., rtatlonery 

Brown, Treacy A Co.. atatlanery 

American Linen Supply Co.. towele 

W. V. Telegraph Co., telegrama 

U. 8. Express Co., ezprass 

■F. P. Sufreane, annotations 

B. M. Pope, reilBtera 

W. U. Telecreph Co., telesraina 

H. C. Boyeaon, stationery 

Wyckoff. Seamana A B., iniiohine and stationery 

Ballard's BxnresH Co., drayage 

WeMem U. Telegraph Co., teleKrams 

TJ. S. Elzpreas Co., express 

Wyckoff, Beamans A B., machine, etc 

Ballard's Eipreas Co., express 

Owens Davis, waahtng towels 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Brown, Treacy £ Sperry Co., stationery 

R. L. Polk A Co., directory, 

N. W. Telephone EichanBe Co., rent 

Library Bureau, desk una card system 

American Elactrlc Co., fan 

D. C. Lilghtboume. express, etc 

Sundry warrants tor postaaie 

H. L. Phillips, services 

Abble T. Duncan, services 

A. W. Merriam, services 

8. J. Corrigan, services 

Oeo. W. Efilott. services 

F. B. Blmund. services 



fltate Llbran^Tenr Bxdt&s Jsly 81, IMl. 



Aug. 

Aug. 1 
Aug. : 
Aug. : 



May 10. 
May 14. 



SALARIES. 



CONTINOBNT LXPBNSBB. 

W. A. Allen, balance July salary 

North Star Printing Co., cards 

R. L, Polk A Co., HiDneapollB directory 

R. L. Polk A Co., Bt, Paul directory 

F. W. Johnson, postage, elc 

R. E. Wedelstaedt A Co., stationery 

F. W. Johnson, postage, etc 

F. W. Johnson, postage, etc 

F. W. Johnson, postage, etc 

H. B. Wedelstaedt A Co., stationery- 

F. W. Johnson, postage, express, etc 

B. A. Nelson, postage 

E. A. Nelson, stationery, etc 

H. E. Wedelataedt A Co., statlonerv 

Wyckoff, Seamans & B., auppltes 

H. E. Wedelataedt A Co., stationery 

E. A. Nelson, postage 

Bt. Paul Book A Stationery Co., stationery 

H. Q. Neol. awning 



n,072.11 
827.88 

90O.W 



lAw Uhrttrr. 

IMO. 

Dec. 11. Itasamond Radklnson Babylonian Talmud 

1901. 

July IB. R. L. PolU a Co., directory 

Sundry warrants Issued tor books as follows: 

Keefe- Davidson Law Book Co 

F. P, Dufresne 

P. W. Johnson 

P. S, Riley 

B. A. Nelson 

West Publishing Co 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



H. L. CoUliu Co., 



dins I/MW Book*— Yoar Badlas Jalr 31, IftOl. 

junflry warrant* (or binding law booka. 5350.50 



DUtrlballoB at War HIator tea— Year Endlaff Jnlr 31, 1901. 

T warrants (or poatBKe (114.00 



Paktlo Bxanlneis-Vdar Eadlac Jnlr 31, IVOl. 



SAI^RIBS. 

B. H. Pope, public examiner 

H. C. Koemer, depaty publlo examiner. IIK months 

P. M. Kerat, deputy public examiner, % month 

BUward Bkman, second aaelatant bank examiner 

J. O. DbvIb. asBlatant public examiner. AUKuat and Sep- 

tomber, 1900. and Nov." 1, 1900, to March SI, 1901 

J. L Beaumont, asstotant public examiner, month of Ooto- 

bor, 1900. 

J. D. Harris, assistant public examiner, April 1. 1901, to 

July .31, IBOl 

James Compton. Istyelstant bank examiner lor month of 

Ausust, 190O (paM out of contingrent fund) 

P. M. Kent, ;lst aleslatant bank examiner, September. 

UOa to July 31. 1901 (paid out of contingent fund) 

P. A. Qundera, clerk, part of April and May; June. 1901 

(paid out of contingent fund) 

J- 0.»aTla,. clerk, Oct, 1-10, 1001 (paid out of contingent 

Alma C. Hartman, clerk {paid out of contingent rund)!!!! 
Jennie Coughlln, atenographer (paid out of oontlnfcent 

Fred MUler.' clerk (paid out o^MntVngentfun^^^ 

Lucy Pope, special aervlcee <pa!d out of contingent fund). 

J. O.Cederberg, services (paid out of contingent fund) 

3. L Beaumont, servlct^s (paid out of contingent fund) 



t3, 300.00 

1.7O0.0O 

100.00 



400.00 
1T8.00 
32.33 



CONTINGENT EXPGNfiES-YEAR ENDING JULY 81, 1 



H. C. Koemer.... 
BHward Ekman. . 
James Compton... 



Bepc^ 28'. 
Sept. 28. 



Nov. 19. 

Dec 2T. 

Dec 20. 

1901. 

Jan. 16. 

Jan. 30. 



E. M. Pope, mileage 

B. M. Pope, July expenses 

Jennie Coughlln, poatBge, etc 

Munaon Stationery Co., Underwood machlnf 

Jennie Coughlln, postage and supplies 

Jennie Coughlln, sundry bills 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent to Oct. 

North Star Printing Co., stationary 

Jennie Coughlln, sundry bills 

Jennie Coughlln, sundry hills 

Jennie Coughlln. postage, supplies, etc 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

Jennie Coughlln. postage, etc 

Brown, Treacy & Co.. stationery 

Jennie Coughlln, olUce expenses 

C. L. Davis, postage 

North Btar Printing Co., stallonAy 

Jennie Coughlln, postage, suoplles, etc 

B. M. Pope, mileage 

Jennie Coughlln, postage!','.'.'.'.'.'..'!.'.'.'.'.'.!.'.".'.'.'! 
N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent to Jan. 



(418.01 
588.00 

T1,00 
SB0.S8 

64.70 

72.70 
060.80 

saoo 

80.60 
29.20 . 



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April 17. E. M. Pope, mileage books 125.0ft 

April 17. H. E. Wedelstaedt & Co., atationery B.30 

April 17. Jennie Couglilln, office eipenBes, etc 48.17 

May 1. Jennie Coughlln, poataKe. BuppUes, etc 44.09 

Hay 23. Jennie Coughlln, poataKe, mileage, etc 78.33 

June 6. E. M. Pope, expenaea E.nd rriLLeage 43.50 

Juno 12. The Munaon atatlonery Co.. stattonery 11.80 

June 12, Jennie CouKhlln, poatase, etc 21.27 

June 24. N. W. Telephone EichanBe Co.. rent 4S.aS 

June 25, P. C. JUBtuB, BPrvinff papers 17.22 

July 2. Owens Davis, waahlne towels S.60 

ISOl. 

July 31. Jennie Coug-hlln. mlleaKe. postage, etc I19.T0 

July 31. E. M. Pi^e. mileage, etc 108.)>!l 

July 31. McLaln & Qray, Etatlonery ."^.OO 

July 31. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 24.51 

July 31. H. B. Wedelstaedt. stationery 9.85 

*TotaI amount expended from Public Examiner's Con- 
tingent Fund, $8,282.84. 

PnbUe BxaBlBsfB Feu^Year IBnainir Jair 31. IMl. 

■E. M. Pope, services In examination of sundry bulldlne 

--- ■- MB5.00 

EI»ml>ilBg Omees of the Ctty of St. Paal. 

igoi. 

Mmr. 18. B. M. Pope, teea 1060.00 

Jtoy IT. E. M. Pope, TeeB 562,00 

Secretary of Btate— TeMT Bsdlns Jaly 81, 1901. 

BALARIES. 

Albert Berg, secretary, Aug. 1, 1900, to Jan, 7. 1901 tl,S36.34 

P. B. HanBOn. secretary, Jan. 8, 1901. to July 31, 1001 1,^3.60 

J. J. Iiomen. assistant secretary and statistician, A'ig. 1, 

lOOa to Jan. T. 1901 872.16 

P. J. BJoblom, assistant secretary, Jan. 8, 1901. to July 

31, 1901 1,127.84 

O. B. Hallberg, clerk, Aug. 1, IBOO, to Jan, 7. 1901 &A.W 

J.J. r.omen, clerk, Jan, 8, 1001. to July 31, 19!H 345.85 

J, A, Swenson, recording clerk 1,000.00 

BXTBA CLERKS. 

Jennie M. Bliby $800.00 

J. A. Swenaon .■ 200.00 

CONTINGENT EXPENSES— YEAR ENDING JULY 31. 1901. 

Albert Berg, postage, etc 1300,00 

P. E. Hanson, pOstaRe. eto 500,00 

CeuBilaaloaer of Statlatloa' Contingent GxpeDaea. 

1900. 

Oct. 22. J. J. Lomen, postage S50.00 

Dec 10. J. J. liOmen. postage SO.OO 

1901. 

Jan. 23. P. J. SJoblom, postage 60.00 

April 3, P. J. Sjoblom. postage 50,00 

I.eKlBl>tlTe Ma nasi. 

1900. 

Aug, 1. Albert Berg, account 1899 manual (500.00 

Nov, 12, Albert Berg, account 1890 manual 200.00 

Deo. 12, Albert Berg, account 1890 manual SOO.OO 

OaBtodlaa of Pabile Doeameat*. 

C, A. Rose, salary, year ending July 81. 1901 tl.200.00 



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SlXcbMlKC of DOCBB 

law. 

Aug. T. U. S. Express Co., expreia 

Auar. 10. American Bxpreaa Co., exprtss 

Au« le. G. E. Ilallberg 

Mar. 4. Ampclcan Express Co., express 

April 6. McGIll-Warner Co., wrapplr.g paper... 

Ifey 16. Dovetail Box Co., boxes 

June la L'. S. Express Co., Express... 

July B. Atnerlcan Express Co., exproBE 



flapevfBteudeat of Public Inatractlon. 

SALARIES. 

J. H. IiewlB, superintendent, Aug. 1, ISOO to Jan. 2.'!. IDOL. t1, 

J. W. Olson, superintendent, Jan. 26, 1901, to July 31. 1001. 1. 

Andrew Nelson, asalttant anpsrlntendent, Au>. 1, 1M>, to 

June 30, 1901 1, 

C. O. Schultz, asBlBtfLnt superintendent, July, 1901 . 

L. C. Hodgson, clerk, Aug. 1. 1900, to June 10, 1001 

Christ Llndahl, derk, June 11, 1901, to July 81, 1901 

'W. M. Demlng, clerk, year ending July 31, 1901 



CONTINOENT EXPENSES. 

Aug. 6. J. H. Lewis, July expenses 

Aug. IT. Chas. R. Aldiich, services as draughtsman 

Aug- 29. J. H. Lewis, August expenses 

Sept. 14. Andrew Nelson, expenses to St. Peter 

Sept. 23. M. H. MaoT^nahan, services 

Sept. 28. J. H. Lewli, September expenses 

Oct. 29. J. B. Lewis. October expenses 

Oct. 29. J. H. Lewis, telephone rent for September 

Nov. IS. L. C. Hodgson, exp.'nses 

Nov. 26. J. H, Lewis, expenses 

Dec 4. Mrs. E. A. Whltford, design tor bulletin cover.. 

Dec. IS. L. C. Hodgson, postal 

Dec. 29. Owens Davis, washing towels 

IDOl. 

Jan. 8. L. C. Hodgson, postage 

Jon. 24. J. H. Lewis, postage and expenses 

Jan. 38. A. J. Schaller, printing examination questions.. 

Feb. B. Andrew Nelson, sundry bills 

Peb. 7. L. C, Hodgson, postage 

Feb. 10. J. W. Olaon, offlce auppLlea 

Feb. 20. Freeborn Co. Times, rrintlrg 

Feb. 27. N. W, Telephone Exchange Co.. rent to Jan. 31, 

lOOl, and messages 

Mar. 2. Andrew Nelson, sundry bills 

Mar. 32. R. D. Miles, i keys , 

Mar. 80. N. W. Telephone Ehtohsnge Co., rent 

April 2. Andrew Nelson, expenses 

April B. C C. Hodgson, postage, etc 

April 11. V. Glllrup. postage 

April 11. Andrew Nelson, aimdrlea 

May 7. Andrew Nelson, expenses 

May 11. V. Glllrup, P. M., postage 

May H. J. W. Olson, expenses 

June 4. H. C, Boyeson, stationery 

June 10. L, C. Hodgson, postage 

July 2. Owens Davis, washing towels 

July 20. J. W. Olson, postage 

Dletlonars- Pa ad. 

1001. 
Feb, 30. G. & C. Merrlam Co., dictionaries 

Mar. 30, G. & C. Merrlam Co., dictionaries 

July 8. O. 4 C. Merrlam Co.. dictionaries 



BdneBtioBBt AsKovlatlon Ppoceedlnss — Year Badlw 

The University Press, printing 



Joir SI. : 

1400.00 



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Til UL £}dltti M. I 

ly L Q, M. Ce*i ^. 

17 U, W. H. West, 3 aeU queMloi 



June 38. Andrew Nelaon, postal carda.. 



Tr»*BBr*>— Tenr Brndlntc Jnlr ' 



ner, treasurer, Aug, 1, 1900. to Jan. 7, 19 
[, treasurer. Jan. S. IBOl, to July 31, IBOl. 
rmao. deputy, Au^. 1, 1000, to Jan. 7, 1!W 



B. 8. Pettllohn, deputy, Jaji. 8. 1901. to July 31, 1 
J. F. HUris, extra clerk. Aug. 1, ISOO, 10 Jan. T, jbui.... 
J. A. HMwin, extra clerk. Aug. 1. IPOO, to Qan. 7. IWl.... 
EL L. EMckion, extra clerk, Jan. 8, 1001, to July 31. iUOl.. 
W. B. Cowlei, extra clerk, Jan. 8. 1001, to July 31, 1001... 
P. C. Koemer, clerk, year ending July ai, 1001 



CONTINGKNT EXPENSES. 



J. H. Block, expetues bi 



Bond— Ypi 

irlnft bond 



illBK Jwly SI, IftOl. 

(173.00 



>Bd BxctaasBC— V«Br BndlnM; JmIt »1. t»01. 

(600.00 



A. 1. Koemer, fees 

J. H. Block. recH 

Treasurer Sibley Co., fees. 



AaaeHSr'B Fe»a— Yesp Eadlait July SI, 1901. 

; $l2.t« 



Jan. 8. The Bradatreet Co., 1 



»I Stale Depaattorlea. 



BuKlni 



BT—Smlmritm tor Year Ehidlnff Jnlr 31, l&Ot. 



B. P. Mullaney, eneineer. Aur 1. 1900. to Feb, 11, 1001 

Alex NIcoII. engineer, Feb. 12, 1901, to July 31, 1901 

John Murptiy, asalet^nt engineer, part ol December, 1900, 

and month of January, 1901 

John Steele, assistant engineer, 11 days ol February. 1901. 
', RaniJall, esalstont engineer, r> days of February. 



1901 . 
O, W. McCree. assistant engineer 

part of March, 1001 

John G. LJungren, Oreman and li 

Feb. 11. 1901 

Andrew Soderqulst, fireman and 1 

July 81, 1901 



pa.*t of February and 
borer! ■ Febl "JS.' 'mi, ' to 



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BlectriB Llsht uid Vcntllatlas frHten— Year EndlBK J>>r >1. 1901. 

Andrew Couffhlln, aervloe* (76.00 

John Murphy, services 27. mi 

J. W. Randall, services alj.ou 

Geo. W. HcCree. Bervicea 70,0(> 

W«tern Bleotrlc InsL Co., repaira 11, IM 

tS9S.U 

Janitors— Yhp BadliiK Jnlir 81, IfiOl. 

SALAHIES. 

I. B. Chase, chief, A-jc l, lOOO. to Jaji. 28. ISOl SS90.00 

C. T. Trowbridge, chief, Jan. 29, 1901, lo July SI, 1001 810.00 

J. E. Johnson, night watch, Aug. 1. 1000, to Feb. K. 1801... 468.00 

John Ramlck. night watch. Feb. a, 1901, to July 31. 1901... 432.00 

Owena Davla 620.00 

Jacob QreVBtad eZS.00 

N, Flynn 621.10 

Joaephlne Svaboda Ise.OO 

Wm. Delaney, B nkontbs endlngNov. »>. 1800 2SO.0O 

ThoB. Delaney, Dec. 1, 1900, toT-eb. 3, 1001 lOB.OO 

Wm. WlUlams. July 15, 1000, to Feb. 11. 1901 313.26 

C. W. Douglas. Feb. 0, lOOl. to July SI. 19U1 3Se.OO 

Auk. Beyer. Feb. 12, lUOl, to July 31, ISMl 291.60 

Wm. Johnson, extra services morth of March, 1901 IS.GO 

Xmll J. Anderson, services July to September. 1900 50.00 

U. Threwlcroft, Ftb. 10 to July 31. lUul 293.3S 



C. t.. Davts, salary, year .ending July 31, 1901.. 



FopI, i:,lslita. Water, Bte.— Year Bndlns July 31, 1901. 

Pioneer Fuel Co„ coal 198.88 

T. A L. Coal Co., cool 1.585.61 

Coleman Sc Neely, coal fi.TB 

Water 832,97 

loo 112.50 

Jones & Adams Co, coal 380.37 

Oas 86,55 

B. P. Mullaney, sundiy bills 108.60 

Alex NieoU. sundry bills 171.44 

John Steele, services. Aug. 1. IHOtl, to Jan. 31. 1001 480.00 

Andrew Coughlln, services, Feb. 1-11, 1001 27.60 

Jj. A. Webster, services, February to April, 11(01 162.50 

J. W. Randall, services, April 15 to June 30, 1001 187.B0 

John Murphy, services, December, 1900 57.80 

IBOO. 

Aug. 18. Dearborn Drug Co., oil 16.21 

Oct, 8. A. L. Ide ft Sons, supplies 8.30 

Oct. 24. Barney Coleman, labor 10.00 

Nov. 12. H. C, Harman, cupboard 26.«i 

Nov. 13. Robinson & Cary, supplies 9.0B 

Nov. 21. Oacar Nllson, 3 emory wheels 8.60 

Dec 24. John Gorman, repairing motors, etc 70.85 

Dec 28. Scrlbner-Llbby Co., repairs on pump 81.00 

Jan. 4. Prendergast Bros., repairing radiators, etc 60.00 

Jan. 5. Gorman Electric Machine Co.. ialior and ma- 
terial H. of R 12.00 

Jsn. 14. Dearborn Drug Co., oil 29.66 

Jan. 18. Fostoria Lamp Co.. lamps 112.83 

Jan. 18. Prendergaat Bros., labor and material 28.75 

Feb. 30. St. Paul Stone Co., 12 loads of ashes 9.00 

Mar. 4. Nlmls & Nlmls, electrical supplies 24.12 

April 0. Allan Black Co., plumbing repairs 36.43 

May 1. N. W. Eng. Co., supplies 28.20 

Hay 9. Cornplanter OH Co.. oil 11.60 

June" 7. Nlmls & Nimls, repairs 10.62 

Jims 28. So. Park Foundry & Machine Co., radiator 25.00 

July 2. Roberts-Goss Co., supplies 25.21 



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174 BIKNNIAL RBPOHT 

^^ Capital Bepaira and FnralahlMKii. 

Aug. '7. I. E. Chase, auntlry bills I212.e8 

Auk. B6. John Gorinan, electric tan 17,90 

Sept. IZ 1. B. Chaaa, sundry bills 303.3B 

Oct. 10. I. B. Chaae. aundry bills 353,08 

Nov, 12. C, MoC. Reeve, aworda, cannon, etc 27B.OO 

Dee. e. I. B. Chase, aundry blllB 105.09 

Dee. 14. U L. May & Co,, decoratlona (or (uneral of C. 

K. DBvla BaOO 

Dec. 2Z. I, E. ChaHc. cleaning carpets House and Senate. Z5Z.1S 

Dec 28. Owens Davla, waahTng towels 5.B0 

IBOl, 

Feb, B. C, T. Trowbridge, sundry blUa 65.07 

Feb. e. A. a, Johnson, dealt 1B.50 

Mar. 14. Thos, Fltzpatrlck & Son, ventilatInK system 289,00 

April IB. Schwartz Decorating Co., cleaning and dec- 
orating 921.43 

ApriUfl. Geo, J, Grant, labor and material 45.44 

April ID. Wallblom "Furniture & Carpet Co., repairing 

furniture leglHlatlve hatla 1»4.10 

April m, C. T, Trowbridge, sundry bills S67,74 

April 10, Prenderenat Bros., labor and material 0.10 

ADrll2T, ... 



Hay S. J. R, Wagner, painting. 

May IB. Capital Ctty Furniture -_ . - _,„ 

Hay 2S. C. T. Trovbrldge, aundry bills.. 



July 2. Owena Davia, washing towels i 

July 8, Allan Black Co.. chandelier, etc 

July 8, Aniariean Electrlo Co., tan 

July B. American Electric Co,, lamp 

July B. O, J, Halgaard, awninga 

July IE, R. L. Folk & Co., directory 

July 2S, Cbaa. A. Speedy, aooo-int papering and painting 

Telepkane Rent, * 

1900. 
Sept. S8. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent to July 1, 

1900 

Oct; 39. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent to Oct. 1. 

1800 

1901. 
June 18. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., account rent to 
July 1, lOOL 



Game and Vlsh Comul ••Ion— Year GndlaK 'air Sl> 1»01. 

Cramb, treasurer, aundry i 

H. a. Smith, treasurer, sundry n 



llallroad and TVarehoase Commlsalon— Ypar Endlnv Joly 31, 1001. 

SALARIES. 

Qeo. L, Becker. conimlsBloner. Aug. 1. 1900, to Jan. 7, 1901 
T. J. Knoi, commissioner, Aug, 1, 190ft to Jan. 7, 1901... 
P. M. Ringdall, commissioner, Aug, 1, ISOO. to Jan, 7, IBOl 
C. F. Staples, commlsaloner, Jan, S, 1901, to July 31. 1901. 
J. Q. Miller, commlBaloncr. Jan, S. 1901, to July 31, 1901... 



Pioneer Press 60., account printing report. 



CONTINGENT EXPENSES. 

Oeo, L. Pecker, expenaes 

T, J, Knox, expenaes 

P. M. Rlngdair, expenses 

C. F. Staples, expenses 

J. G. MlUjr, expenaes 

Ira B. Mills, expenscB 

Thoa. Yapp, expenses 

A. K. Tefsberg, expenses 

F. A. Stacy, services to January, 1901 

F. A. macy, expenses 

L. S, Cuahlng, agent, rent 



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N. W. Telephone BichanKe Co., "plione reot 10B.I5 

Twin City telephone Co., 'phone rent 12.» 

Aug. 6. H. B. Hanson, plat village of Westbrook iOO 

Aug. 6. E. A. iklaBeley, blank reports S4 6S 

Aug. 6. Diapatoh Job Printing Co., schedule fornia-. BO 00 

Aug. 10. Pioneer Preaa Co., account printing report 22.8g 

Sept. 12. Brown, Treacy ft Co., tttttJonery T.Si 

Sept. 18. C. H. West, taking testimony 16.10 

Nov. 8, Munaon Stationery Co,, paper 2.40 

Dec 10. Brown. Treacy & Co.. stationery. 4.15 

Dec 17. C. H. Waat, taking testimony 143.00 

Doc 28. J. H. McKenney, copy of decision "Y" caao 1000 

Doe. ^ C. D. and T. D, O'Brien, lesial stfrvlcea TGO.OO 

Dec. 29. C. H. Weat, taking proceedTngB, etc 8.00 

Jan. T. Munson Btatlonery Co.. atatlonerv.. . 4iw 

Jan. 11. Curtia Printing Co., printing.....' 30'8B 

Keb. 18. Munson Stationery Co., carbon papsr. ... 4,110 

Veb. 10. Brown. Treacy. & Co., Btatlonery. 30 28 

B;Bb. a. A. K. Te!3berg, poatage Boioo 

Feb. &. Chllda. Edgerton & Wlckwlre, sberlfl'a fees,,.. 6.00 

Fob. 26. St. Paul Klec Co., sundries iS 

Har. 5. Dispatch Job Printing Co., blaiks. 10 25 

Mar. 12. D. P. Reeae, tees 6 00 

April 16. Brown, Treacy & Co., Btatlonery, etc 1128 

April 19. National Railway Pub. Co., ottlclal guide 6 00 

May 8. W. N. Webber, lettering two doors 8 00 

May e. C. H. Weat, taking teauraony :. 500 

May 7. H. V. and W. H. Poor, railroad manual IT BO 

May 8. Munson Stationery Co., Btatlonery 83.46 

May B. The Railway Age, aubaorlptlon 4 00 

May fi. A. K. Telsberg. poBtago ITSiSl 

June 4. Hess Bualness College, ttenographor. 13,26 

June 18. Brown. Treacy & Snerry Co., stationery S.DB 

Juna IB. Dispatch Job Printing Co., printing. 17J5 

Juna 24. Rand, McNally & Co., 500 maps 875 00 

Juna 24. Rand, McNally & Co., atlas 1000 

Juna 25. Fisher Paper Box Co., filing casaa 10 60 

July 11. C. H. Weat, reporting Emmons Depot case 2.50 

July 18. Pioneer Press Co., wrappers 11 BO 

July 20. Dispatch Job Printing Co.. binding 8,75 

July 23. R. L. Polk & Co., city directory 6.00 

July 23. Minneapolis & St. Loula Railroad Co., coats.... 77.60 

July 27. A. K. Telsberg, postage B0.26 

July 27. A. J. PHI, services as stenographer 60.00 

July 30. McClaIn & Qray, Btatlonery 4.80 

Dairy and Food Commlaalou— Year Etedlns JdIt ai, l&Ol. 

SALARIiiS. 



f ■ y- 1^ McConnell, commissioner,' Jan.' 24. 1901, to July 

B. D.'Whlte, assiatan'l'commWoner'anii'lnBpeetor!!!;!!! 1 33]'ffil 

Geo. L. Dlngman, assistant commissioner 'loeiSS 

J. A. JHummel], chemist..-. .,, 1RAA9 

L. A. Sweet, Inspector ' ' wm'no 

0. H. Chadboume, Inspector kmaa 

A, O. Ouren, Inspector '.:'.■ timM 

A. D. Campbell, Inspector Som 

J. Hortvet. chemist i tfS'^ 

H. T, TolmlB, secretary 9(S™ 

W. W. Wall, secretary SKlm 

Wm. C. Corbett. Inspector jBOOO 

J. O. Porller, Inspector ' Atom 

F. C. Qlbbs. Inspector ....'., ooom 

W. W. P. McConnell, Inspector. STfl'Si 

A. J. Olover. Inspector 1 03H.m 

Franlt I* Bowler servlcea m chemists department. '546.26 

Bam Haugdahl, Inspector ^9t 

0«>. H. Staples, Inspector. ooo'oo 

a B. Scott. Inspector . . kSoo 

Otto Gotvert, Inspector ''.;:.:.:";:., 61428 

H. B.'VroomBn. Inspector ki«9h 

W. L. Chappell, Inspector uaS 

F. w. Bedford, servtes .::.".::::::.::;;;:..;: SSiS 

>■ 626.00 

r 83.80 

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U. A. Orindall, stenograph'.. , 
IL B. Murphy, stenographer. 



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Eva VItt, stenographer 


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tl)iT.T4 


















A. D. GampbeU 






























J. A. Hununell 




^IM 


















































ri.VJSSS::::::::::: 

W. L. Chappell 




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MISCELLANEOUS, 

igoo. 

Auk. 14. R. L. Folk A Co.. MInneapoIlH directory 

Aug. le. U.J. O'Netl, Bupplles 

Aug. 31. Robert White, veterinary services 

Bept. 6. N. W, Stamp WorkH. Btarops 

Bept. fi, Zimmerman Bros., aupplliB 

Sept. T. H. C. Boyeaen Stationery Co.. stationery 

8«pt. 10. American Linen Supply Co.. towels 

Sept. 10. a. E. Stichert, supplies 

Sept. 10. P. B, Feigo & Co,, aupplles 

Bept. 12, SmUh-Prcmler Typewrker Co., repairs 

Sept. J4. H. T. Tolmie, poatOBe 

Oct, n. Noyes Bros. & Cutler, supplies 

Oct. li. Bramblett & Beygeh, engrsvlnK 

Not. B. American Linen Supply Co.. washing towels 

Nov, 13. H. C. Boyesen, stationery 

Nov. 13. P. B. Fargo & Co., supplies 

Nov. 14. Creamerv PackSEe Manufacturing Co.. supplies 

Nov. 14, H, J. Maybell, atatlonery 

Nov, Ifl. H, W. WUlBOn, books 

Nov. 16. H. C. Harmon, framing map .' 

Nov. IT. Elmer A Amenil, supplies 

Nov. 2T. N. W, Stamp Works, stamps, etc 

Deo, 10. SiDlth & Parsons, legal servlcea 

Dec. 10. Noyes Broj. A Cutler, supplies 

Dec, 14. H. T. Tolmie, postage.' 

Dec. 14. Chas. Foster, refundment of duplicate payment 

o( license 

Dec 14, B. H. Bowler, legal services 

Dec 14. T. J. Bwartz. livery hire 

Dec. as. H. 8. Bassett. legal services 

Jan. 8. B. H. Bowler, legal services 

Jan. 3. J. E. Davis, legal services 

Jan. 7. M. C. Boyeson. stationery 

Jan. T. Wm. C. Corbett, telephone at Minneapolis 

Jan. S, T. J. Knox, legal services 

Jan. 8. American Linen Supply Co., towels 

Jan. 8. F. B. Fargo & Co., supplies 

Jan. 9. Noyes Bros. A Cutler, supplies 

Jan. 10. Bramblett & Beygeh, cuts for report 

Jan. 18. Jewell Water BtlU Co., stfll 

Ja.n. 10. Elmer ft Amend, supplies 



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. AUDITOR OP STATE). 

Jan. 23. Wm. B. Halo, looks 

Peb. e. H. T. Tolnile, postaBe 

Feb. 11. H. C. BoypBcn. stationery 

Feb. IC. F. BlacklBtanH Bon & Co., book 

Feb. 10. Smith- Premier Typewriter Co., repairs 

Feb. U. U. J. O'Nell, supplies 

Mw. e. J. S. Moody, account expense National Butter- 
makers' Association 

liar. 8. H. C. Boyeson, stationery 

Har. 8. American Unen Supply Co., towels 

Mar. 16. W, W. P. MoConnell, 2,000-mne ticket 

Ifar. 21. P. Blacklstans Son & Co., books 

Ifar. 26. The University Book Store, books 

Ibr. 2T. H. T. Tolmle. poatagre 

April 11. H. J. O'NeU, fixtures 

J^ril 11. Yemiont Farm Uachlne Co., tester 

Aurllll. H, T. Tolmle. postace 

April 11. N. W. Stamp Works, stamps, eto 

April 11. H. C. Boyeeon, stationery 

AprilSO. Elmer & Amend, chemicals 

May 1. H. C. Boyeaon, stationery 

May 1. Noyes Bros. A Cutler, suppiles 

May J. W. W. P. McConnell, check books and priiei. .. 

May 4. W. W, Will, postage 

May 8. American Electric Co., lamp 

May 8. American Linen Supply Co.. March and .4nril 

Juno 3. W. W. Wall, postage!.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'! Ji.'!.'!.'!! .''",' 

June 7. W. W. Wall, freight, etc 

June 7. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent to May 

June 18. Elmer & Amend, Instruments 

Jane IB. W. W. Wall, postage 

June 22. Bchuneman & Bvans. towels 

T n. ^ ^ Harris, care of dairy exhibit at Bxpoi^tlon 



July 1. A. J. Glover, sample trunk.. 

July 3. w. "' " 



W. W. p. McConnell, prlie money. . 
• -ij o. Brown, Treacy & Sperr-- "- — -•■ — 
July 12. R. L. Polk et Co direct 



July 8, Brown, Treacy & Sperry Co., stationery. . 



July 18. American Linen 'Supply Co.,"to'weiB"!'!!',!'.!'.!! 
July 18. S. W. Telephone Ezchangd Co., rent and men- 
July as. C. L. Davj^ postage '..'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

July 20. American EUectrlc Co., electric fan 

July 28. Noyes Bros. & Cutler, chemicals 

Total expenditures ol Dairy and Food De- 



Lomacy Cannntnaloti. 

ISOO. 
Dec 30. W. T. Mllllgan. 
Dec 20. C. B. HlggB, 

1901. 
Mar. 8. C. O. Coaley, 

Barean ol Labor— Teor BtedlnK Jnly SI, l&Ol. 

BALARIBa 

M. F. McHBle. commls* loner, Aug. 1. 1900, to Jan. 23, 1901 11,201.! 

John O'Donnel], commiaalonar, Jan. 24, 1901, to July 31, 

1901 1.288.1 

N. P. Olson, assistant commiaaloner. Aug. 1. 1901, to Jan. 

29, 1901 720.1 

W. A. Hammond, assistant commissioner, Jan. 24, 1901, to 

July 81. 1901 779.! 

A. U Qravea, deputy commlsEloner. Aug. 1, 1900. to Feb. 

17, 1801 547.( 

BMw. PeteraoQ, deputy commissioner, Aug. 1, 1000, to Jan. 



SL 1901 . 

irod McCa , , , „. ., , , 

Paul Waldt. Inspector, Aug. 1, 1900, to Jan, 31, 1901.. 



Alfred McCaUum, Inspector, Aug. I, 1000, to Feb. la, 1001 

^..., -r^,.:,. , • ":. 1, l&OO, t '- "■ -""■ 



Julius Moersch, Inspector... 

t. H. SUlB, deputy commlasloner, E^b. 1. 1901. to July n, 

1901 

J. W. Allen, Inspector, Fob. 1, to July 31. 1901 

B. B. Lott, deputy commissioner. February, IDOl, to July 



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81, 1901 4S2.92 

Andrew HaUKberg. Inspector. Feb. 1, 19U1. to July .tl. 1901 tWO.Ol 
MargHret Flynn, stenographer, Aug. 1, J900, to Feb. 28, 

1901 455.00 

Kate Rouae, atenograiiher, March to July 81, 1901 325.00 

Florence M. Olaon, apeclal aervlcea 80.00 

N. P. Olaon, special aervlcea 80.00 

W. A, Hammond, special aervlcea 12.00 

EXPENSES. 

Julius Moerach ' 1281.91 

Paul Waldt T4.B2 

A, L. Graves 31.14 

Alfred McCallum 57.17 

Edw, Peterson 32.70 

Andrew Haugberg 104.98 

J. H. Bills 40.15 

J. W. Allen 143,80 

B. B. Lott 9e.e2 

W. A. Hammond 818 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

IBOO, „ 

Oct. 1. St. Paul Book A Stationery Co., stationery t3.00 

Oct 8. N. P. CttMn, eipensea to Indianapolis conven- 
tion 66.00 

Oct. 8. M. F. McHale, exi>enBeB to Indianapolis con- 
vention 60.00 

Nov. 16. M. F. McHale. fee for membership and prooeed- 

IngH 11.00 

Nov. 23. M, F, McHale, express, etc 2.45 

Dec. SO. N. P. Olaon, expenaea to Ohicaeo 40.00 

Dec. 22. M. F. McHale, expenaed to Chlcagn 40.00 

Dec, 28. Owens Davis, washing tonela 8.00 

Dec, 31. M. F. McHale. postage 5.00 

Jan. ' S. St. Paul Qlobe. subBcrlptlon to Jan. 12. lUOl 2.73 

Jan. 14.. Duluth Evenlns Herald, subscription 5.00 

Jan. 24. 8t. Paul Post Office, poatage 5.00 

Feb, 1. Pioneer Press Co., postal cards 5.00 

Fob. 4. John O'Donnell, cards 2.00 

Feb. IS. J. W. AUen, expenses to St. Paul aO.SO 

Feb. 28. St. Paul Post Office, postage 12.00 

Mar. 30. John O'Donnell. expenses 7.00 

Mar. 30, St. Paul Olobe, subscription 1.50 

Mar. 30, Gorman Electric Co.. repairs 4.35 

Mar, 30, Brown, Treacy tt Co., EUpplies 0.05 

April 28, Theodore Borup, account printing report 868.28 

Hay 31. John O'Donnell. expenses Co St. ]..oula Conven- 
tion 35.75 

May 31, W. A. Hammond, auppliea 6,29 

Hay 31. St. Paul Post Office, poaCage 2I.0O 

June 29. John O'Donnell, expenses 17.5* 

July 2. Owens Davis, washing towels «.00 

Jufir ; 



July SD. A. R. McGIll, poatmaster, postase,. 
July SI. R. Ii. Polk & Co., directories 



July 

Total expenditures of Bureau of Labor 

BanFd of UeAltk. 
SALARY OF SECRETARY, 

H. M. Bracken, thirteen months ending July 31, 1001 12,706.33 

EXPENSES AND SALARIES OP EMPLOYES. 

H. M. Bracken, secretary, sundry warranta tor expenses, 

Mdarlet, etc 6,013.84 

COLLECTING VITAL STATISTICS. 

H. M. Bracken. ssCTetary. sundry warrants ter expenses, ^^ 

twelve months endins June 80, 1901 >99B.B3 



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LABORATORY. 

aundry warrants tor expenses, 

ine 30, 1891 (;T.4flS.28 

r.*98.as 

CATTLE DISBASBS. 

H, M. Bracken, secretary, sundry warrants (or expenses, 

twelve montha endliiK July 81, 1901 ni.as2.33 

111.062.88 

CONTAGIOUS DISBASBS-YEAR EMDING JULY 31, 1901. 

H. M. Bracken, secretary, sundry warrants tor expenses |2,BQ6.5S 

Sundry warrants for reimbursements In smallpox cases. 

Village treasurer. WIndora 688.10 

Vfllage treasurer. Wlllmar 83S.28 

City treasurer, Bralnerd 110.35 

Village treasurer, Tyler. 274.fi7 

Vtllage treasurer. Wortblnffton 2TO.S2 

Township treasurer. Great Scott, St. Louis county 216. T5 

City treasurer, Dulutb 2,344.50 

Township treasurer. Main Prairie, Stearna county SS.OO 

Township treasurer. Bumhamvllle. Todd county 162.80 

City treasurer, Rochester 119.14 

t8.0SS.88 

BBrbers' EjiBnlnlna: Bamptl. 
1900. 

'' ~ " Rnrlu^ni' Rtntp Ttnnrrl nf RTnmtnprn pxnpnxpfl... XXl.Hti 

137.80 



Auk. 16. Barbers' State Board of Examiners. < 



Board ot Okarltles ud Correct Ion— Year EadliiK Jolr 3t> 1»01- 

SALARIE^S. 

J. F. JackaoD, secretary, eleven months tS.TSO.OO 

■W. A Qa,teB, secretary, part of July, 1901 150.00 

O. G. Cowle. elerU 1,475.00 

Victoria Stead, stenographer. 480.00 

Robert Cowle, services 6.00 

A- HoCmmmlsb, services 0.50 

K86T.S0 

EXPENSES. 

J. r. Jackson *^?1 

J. H Rich »^.*0 

J. W. WUliB 12.70 

C. Amundson 38.87 

Gus Wahlund 22.M 

H. M. Richardson 33.76 

: 1433.44 

MISCBLLANEOl'S. 

1900. _. 

Sept 4. A. R. McQill, postmaster, postage 130.00 

Oct. 10. Pioneer Press Co.. binding 15.00 

Oct. IB. W. W. Folwell, expenses to Winona 13.80 

Nov. 5. J. W. Jordan, blue prints 11.90 

Nov. 6. R. A. Smith, poatmaater. poatage 25.00 

Dec. 18. A. R. McGUl, poatmaster, postage 75.00 

19(>1. 

Jan. 2. Jacob Grevstad, washing towels 3.0O 

Jan. 7. H. E.,Wedelataed; & Co., stationery 8.30 

Jan, 23. A, R. McQIU, postmaster, postage ffi.OO 

Feb. 11. National Conference Charities and Correction 

proceedings 66.26 

Mar. 6. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 5.68 

Mar. 12. A. R. McGlll, poatmaater. postage 30.00 

April B. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 8.04 

May 4. A. R. McGlll, poatmaater. postage 25.00 

May 8. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 1E,04 

May 27, W. W. Folwell, expenses to Washington 68.10 

Hay ST. C. Amundson, expenses to Washington 05.42 

May 27. J. W. wnlis, expenaea to Washington BO.BO 

June 10. Rev. F. A. Summer, expenses Co Washington... 38.00 J 



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June 2B. A. R, Moaill, postmaater, poBtase 

July a. Jacob Qrevatad, w&shlnB towels 

July 81, J. F. Jackson, eervlcea of lawyer. 

Juljr 81, J. P. Jackson, aorvlees ol stenographer 

Total eJtpendlturea of Board of Charltlps and 



ANALYZED ACCOUNTS. 
J. H. Bell, salary, year ending July 81, IBOl 



Stale Conference of Chai-ltlen and Correction. 



Oct. B. 
Oat. 8. 
Oct, li). 
Oct. 10. 

Nov, 7. 
Nov. 20. 

1001. 
Feb. 8. Pioneer Press Co.. leporta. 



Rich & Clymer, printing; 

J. F. Jackson. ezpaDsea at Winona. . 
O. Q. Cowle, expenses at Winona. . . . 

C. A. Zimmerman, photos, etc 

A, C, Rogers, chart 

R, 8. Taylor, reporting proceedlnga. . 



Flitn* He aid en ce 



me— Year BndlnR Jnlr 31, 1801. 



EXPENSES. 



Sept. IT. Charity OrganlEatlcn Society, trangportatlon.. 
Deo. 27. T. W. Teasdale, agent, railroad tlcketa fc 

Fleury and Meigs to New York 

Iter. 10. Mn. L. UcNamara, services 

June 24. O. C Heyerdale, expenaea taking patlenta t 

Sweden and Norway 



31.G0 

8.00 

170.14 



•atton— Year endinK Jnlr 31. 1 



Board of Pardons— Year Bndlns Jnly 31. 



Feb. 13. a B. Rlggs, M. D., wltnaas fees 

Ifay 81. A. F. Kllboum. M. D., services Southall Case. . 
July B. Brown, Treacy A Sperry Co.. stationery 



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BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. 

TBAB ENDING JULT SI, 190L 



Ham of Mmmbbb. Foatamt». 


Y 


Per 
Diem. 


Total. 




'lli'iM 






\r. G. McMillan Minneapolis .... 

NA. O. Leick Owatonna 


02.S0 

102. M 

102.50 
102.50 


■g:S8 

li 






IfflT. J. MelKhen ForestvlU 


upia Loe Montevideo .... 

IS J. E. King Adrian 






<s:!!o 


ixlrhni .Tiidhlna , , , Prlnc^tnn 


BX-OFPICIO MEMBERS; 




102.BI] 


ii 












































































MM 


































































































































































































»28 20 


I2.102.BO 


«,11S.70 





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HIstorlHl Svelety— Vc-ar E^dlMK July 31, IftOl. 

H. P. Uphain, treasurer. aundiT narrants for salaries and 

expenses tO.lOO.OO 

Hortic«ll»r«l SocletT— Vcar Undlns July »!. IMl. 

A"*- 22. H. M. Lymsn. treaaurer. account appropriation $7H0.00 

Feb, SO, A. B. Lyman, treaaurer. balance appropriation. 750.00 

P. L. Smith, printing reports for year ending 

July 31. inoi " 12,000.00 



41.500v00 
(8.000.00 



looe. 



^ AsHcaltaral Soclrtr, 



Aug. 7. P. J. WUcoi, treasurer, appropriation 14,000.00 

ABrl«altHr>l Hall. 

laoi. 

May Bl. Jas. Congdon, account foundation, etc tROO.OO 



June 18. D. Baker, grading and sodding...' 

June 27. F. O. McMillan, account building. 

July 11. F. W. Berger, omamepts tw buUc—.„ 

July 13. F. G. McMillan, account building 4.noo.00 



tw building 200.00 

lUUdlng 4.n0O.00 

rvlces as architect... B.W.0O 

— . . _. , julldlng 4,000.00 

July 29. Newhousa &. Skftuge, painting 330.00 



July 33. C. R. Aldrich, one-half services as archlteci ! ! ! 'b.w!oo 

July 26. P. a. McMillan, account building. . 



IVater Sopply at State Pair Granada. 

Board of Water CommlssionerH of St. Paul, laying water 



16.066.17 



CoDBlr Asrlcallnral Soelet lea— Year Badlas Jair 31, 1901. 

State aid. laoo apportionment, or as specified, to the treaaurer of •aeh of tlia 
rollowlng named organizations: 

Aitkin County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment.. 12(0.62 
Anoka County Agricultural Socle^, 1000 apportionment. 24G.6S 
Blue Earth County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportion- 
ment 24C82 

Brown County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment. 243.62 

Carlton County AgrlcullurHl Society, 1900 apportionment. 24.'>.e2 

Carver County Agricultural Soclnty. 1900 apportionment. 24E>.62 

Cass County Agricultural Society, 1000 apportionment... 2(S.63 
Chlppeira County Driving Park and Fair AHsoclatlon, 

1900 apportionment 21B.62 

Chisago County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment 245.82 
Cottonwood County Agricultural Society, IBOO appoitlon- 

ment 2«.62 

Crow Wing County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportion- 
ment 245.88 

Dakota. County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment. 245.62 
Dodge County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment., 315.63 
Faribault County Agricultural Society, 18n) apportion- 
ment 294.17 

t County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportlon- 

jty Agricultural Society, IBOO apportionment 245.62 

X^eebom County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportion- 
ment 345.62 

Goodhue County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment 345.62 
arant County Agricultural Society, IDOO appoitlonment. . 245.83 
Houston County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment 246.82 
Shell Prairie Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment... S1B.8Z 
laantl County Agricultural Society, 1900 appoitlonment.. 24S.6S 
Itasca. County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment.. 345.62 
Jackson County Agricultural Society, lOOO apportionment 345.62 
Kanabec County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment 345.61 
XjOC qui Parle County Agricultural Society, 1900 appor- 
tionment S45.n 

Xj* Bueur County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportion- 



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Little FallB Street Fair ABBUclatlun, 1000 apportlonnient. 24S.S1 
McL«od County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment S1&.61 
Martin County Agricultural aoclety. 1000 apportlonir.ent. 24S.ei 
Mllle Lace County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportion- 
ment 21G.61 

Minnesota State Butler and Cheese Makers' Aseoclation, 

1900 apportionment IMK.m 

HlnneHOta State Poultry Association, 1000 apportionment. 

Moorhead Street Fair ABBoclatlon, 1000 apportionment 

Mower County Agricultural Society. 1000 apportionment. 
Murray County Agricultural Society lOOO apportionment 
Nicollet County Agricultural Boclety, 1900 apportionment 
Nobles County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment. 
Norman County Agricultural Society. 190O apportionment 
Fine County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment. . . 
Pope County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment. . . 
Redwood County Agricultural Society. 1000 apportlcn- 

Rlce County Union Agrleuiturai Society, looi) apportlon- 

Renvtlle Coun^ Agricultural Society, ioOO apportiinTioni- 
St. LoulH County Agricultural Society. 1000 appor 
Sbakopee Fair Association, 1900 apportionment. 
Stbley County Agricultural Society. 1900 apportionment.. 
Steele County Agritultural- Society. 1900 apportionment.. 
Stevens County Agricultural Society, 1000 apportionment 

Stillwater Fair ABBoclatlon. lUOO apportionment 

Thirteen TownB Fair ABBoclatlon, 1000 apportionment 

Todd County Agricultural Society, IOOO apportionment... 
Waseca County Agricultural Society, 1000 apportionment 
Watonwan County Agricultural Society, 1000 apportion- 
ment 245.81 

Winona Street Fair Association. 1900 apportionment 24B.ei 

Wright County Agricultural Society, 1900 apportionment. 245.81 

KJttson County Agricultural Society, IDOO apportionment. 122.80 

St. Vincent (Kittson county) Union Jnd. Aasoclatlon, 

1900 apportionment 123.81 

Northern Minnesota Fair Association. 1000 apporctonment 3^.61 

St. Cloud Street Fair Association. 1000 apportionment 246.61 



MlnneMMa Slat 



Clement Halvorson, 



AsBoelittlan— Year i 

EXPENSES. 
:, sundry warrants 



n4.(i0e.T8 
lac Jalr SI. l&Ol. 



12,000.00 



Stock BrK*acr»' Aasoclatloa— Tear B)ndln« Jnir SI, 1001. 

J. C. Mills, treasurer, appropriation tl.OOO.OO 

11,000.00 

Fannera' Inst It* tea— Tear Kndlns Jnly 31, I901. 

O. C. Qregg, superintendent, sundry warrants (or salary 

•"" """■" ■ '"■'«'-°' ,ns«,.0(, 

Tree PlanttaB Boanty— Tear Endlag July SI, 1901. 

Statement ehovdng the number o( acres of trees and the number of persons In 
each of the several counties claiming the bounty provided by Chaper 161, General 
Laws o( 1881, as amended by Chapter 44, Gsneral Laws of 1883, and Chapter T8, 
Oeneml Laws of 188S; as returned by the several county auditors. The spportlim- 
nent for the rear 1001 la based on a rate of 12.40 per acre. 

No. of No. of 
Counties. Persons. Acres. Amount. 

^eXAh:;;;.;;::::::.::::;::.::.:::: '}« 'g^ £% 

B?SSS" ":;;::;■■.;:::::::::■.■.:::::".;:': im 401 962:40 

Sal"^ :::::::::::::::::: ^ ^ 'SS 

Frsebom ,2 , J» ..USK 

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KutdiyoM 123 

KIttaoD 6 

Lao qui Parle 105 



Heeker 

ICower 

Nloollet .','.', 

Noblea 

OtUr TaU .. 
Plpeatone .. 

PtK '.'.'.'.V.'. 
Redwood . . . 
Keovllle 

Rock 



Bwlft 

Watonwan 

Wllldii 

Yellow Medicine . 







!iSS 








4T31* 


1.186.40 










































































68(4 


ai.80 






28eH 


I1T4.80 



Totals 2,64 



Foreatry AjiaodatloB— Year BndlnK J«lr 81, IMl. 

Geo. W. Strand, distributing Beede. etc 1170-48 



Poreat FreaerratloB— Year Bndlna July 81, ] 

aALARIEB. 



\, sundry .warrants, • 



13; 


1 


Anc. 


la 


AUfr 


11. 


AU«. 

Aur. 


IB. 
21. 


Auk. 
Auk. 
Sept. 


25. 
28, 

29. 
S. 


Oot. 


8. 


Oct. 


8. 


Oct. 


8. 


Oct. 


8. 


Oct. 

8SS: 


13. 



H18CCI.L.ANE:0t]S, 

J. H. Heard InK, services aa Are warden St. 

A. A. Upgren, eervlcea Sre warden Pine county 
M. Van Ptil, services are warden Carlton 

county 

Treoaurer Becker county, aervlcea Bre warden 

Becker county 

Treasurer Lake county, services Are warden 

Powers-Simpson Co.. extinsulshlng lires 

Wm. C. Mcthlmum, eitlngulshlnK flre« St. Louia 

county 

T. a. Butler, Are wardens Crow Wing county.. 

H. O. Neal, tents 

J. H. Gardner, services of wardens 

Treasurer Morrison county, services of wardens 
Treasurer Becker county, services of wardens. . 
J. B. Campbell, services of wardens Aitkin 



77.82 
46.00 
2SLO0 



111.16 
86.03 
23.50 



inty 



t wardens 



Treaauro- Kittson county, services of wardens 
Kittson county 

Treasurer St. L«uls county, services of wardens 
Bt. Iiouls county 

Treasurer Harsball county, services of 
Uarshal] county 

F. L.. Hoxsie, photoKTaphs and services 

Pioneer Press Co., arcount printInK report., 

3. V, Hsmea, county auditor, services of v 



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Oet. 81. Pioneer Presa Co., balance prlctlns report 

Not. 5. Ch&B. F. Jewett, map 

Not. S. N. W. Newsciaper Union, ada. . 

Mot. 19. ^n-eaaurer Pine or— -■■ ' — 

KOT. 19. Treaaurer Lake c . 

Not. 19. Treaaurer Wadena county, aerrlcea ot wardens. 

Not. 19. Treaaurer Itaeca countr. aervlcea of ivardens. . . a(>.<» 

Not, 20. Treaaurer Crow Wing countr. aerTlces ol war- 

denB ■ 185.95 

Not. 27. Michael Kelly, serrlces aa warden 24.00 

Not. 27. A. N. Kellou Newspaper Co., advertlslns 23.00 

Dae B. C. E. Van Duiee. atereoptlcon aerrlcea 12.00 

lam. 

Jan. 18. Pioneer Preaa Co., January rent 25.00 

Jan. 18. Ballard City Bxpreaa Co.. mOTlng turnlture T.OO 

Jan. 10. Pioneer Presa Co., prlr.tlng 16.50 

Jan. 28. Pioneer Prtwa Co.. printing. 2ST.33 

Peb. 4. Pioneer Preaa Co., February rent 2S.00 

Har. 4, O. C. Dougloa. aervlcee aa firewarden 28.00 

Har. 11. Pioneer Press Co., Marcb rent 29.00 

Mar. IB. John Olson, auditor of Lake county. Hat ot for- 
feited londa 15.00 

April S. Pioneer Preaa Building, April rent 25.00 



m' 



. Ada J. Ivers -^^ — = — - 

Treasurer Marshall county, services of wardens 



May 8. Treasurer Todd cour.ty, services ot warden. . . . 

May 8. Treasurer Wadena county, services of wardens. 4,S8 

May 8. Treasurer Roseau county, aervloea of wardens. 208,48 

Hay 8. Treasurer Clay county, services of wardens.,,, 22.T5 

Ma.y 8, Treaaurer Becker county, services of wardens. , 22.60 

May 8. Treasurer gwlft eouT?ty, services of wardens. , , . 16.B0 

May a Treasurer Pine county, Eervlces D( wardens..,, 35.88 

May 8l Treaaurer PolK county, services of wardens. . . . ff7.37 

Mv 8, Treasurer Cook county, services of wardens 212.^ 

May 8. Treaaurer Hubbard county, services of wardens litl.ll 

May 8. Treaaurer LaKe county, services of wardens.... 4.00 

Mft7 S. Treasurer Big Btone county, services of wardens 11.03 

M*7 S. Treaaurer Tellow Medicine county, services of 



May 8. Treasurer Wllkit 
May 8. Treasurer KIttso 
May &. Treaaurer 8t, L 



Mv 9. Ballard City Expiess Co, . 



June 20. B. C. Baldwin, field notes 

July 13. N. W. Newspaper Union, advertising. . 

July 20, St. Paul Dispatch. advertlBing 

July SO. Oeo. Wartner, transportation, — 

July 80. F. L. Hoxale. phott "-- 

July ao. C. " '— — 



i^^a! 

county, account aervlces of 



Forest Preaerre Fnad. 



July 16. B. Ma«oQlo, expenses iit meeting., 

July 16. O. M. Lord, expenses at meeting. . 

July 16. H. U. WlUlama, expenses at meelli 

July 17. D. CalUban, services 



nlnallon of GraasboppcrN. 



I5T.0O 
6S.S0 
tl22.S0 



DeatraclloB of Inaecto — Yenr GndliiK Jsly SI, I9A1. 

Otto Lugger, entomologlat. sundry warrants for bills, ez- 

penaes, etc t2,326.70 

J. A, Vye, bills of Prof. Lugger 183.8S 

B. B. Forbes, sundry bills 472,4* 

McQlll-Wamer Co.. printing twelve unnual reports ].Tft3,25 

B. B. Porbes, bttta 2.-i3,6a 



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BIENNIAL RBPORT 



Counties 


Woll BoDBtlea-VcBP B 


ttCtas JulT 31 

No. of 


lout. 










































































































































































































Kandiyohi * 














Lfto qui Parle 


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::: g 


^:S 














































SDK>r Hoaatr- 
Nov. Ifi. J. A. Klnuer. October salary and erponaeB 


90.00 


Dec. 6. J. 









so.odi.Gooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



ti84.oe 

124.14 

iiT.eo 



Horar Tklef BsaBtlca— Yvar BndiBB Ja>r 31, 1901. 

Jlob- T. Koerner. state treasurer, one reward L.e Bueur 

county »M.OO 

Treasurer Kandiyohi county, one reward 50.00 

Auk. T. Koerner, state trea,aurer, one reward Nobles 

county 50.00 

Aug. T. Koerner, state trensurer, one reward Becker 

countT 60.00 

Auk. T. Ko«mer, state treasurer, one reward Hennepin 

county saoO" 

J. H. Block: state treasurer, one reward Hennepir county BO.OO 

J. M. Block, state treasurer, one reward Harshall county 50.00 

J. H. Block, state treasurer, one reward Pipestone coun^ 50.00 

J. H. Block, state treasurer, one reward Dodge county... W.OO 

J. H. Block, state treasurer, one reward Winona county. TiO.OO 

J. H. Block, state treasurer, one reward Ramsey cOunU'. .W.OO 



TeBChers' lastltates. 

. R. H. Burns, aervlceg at Plalnvlew .. 

. Caroline E. Rich, sei vices at Plalnvlew 

.. Ida V. Mann, Bprvlcea at Plalnvlew 

Auk. 3. John OKden. services nt Aitkin 

AuK- 4. A. J. Schaller, examination questions 

Aug. 8. C. W. Mlckens, Instructor at CrookstOn 

Auk. S. I. T. Jotinsrud, Instructor at St. Cloud 

Aug. S. Mrs. B. K. Jaques. inatructor at Oaylord 

Aug. a Guy E. Haiwell. Instructor at Oaylord 

Aug. B. Georgia Pennington, aervices at Hastings ^..... 

Aug- U- F. O. Alng, services at Crookaton 

• -- " Chas. F. Koehler, services at Montevideo 

J. H. I^wls. account payroll lor teachers' ex- 
aminations 

Auk. 22. F. J. BamberK, services at Cambridge 

AuK- 24. Grace F. WIUlBma. servtces at Cambridge 

Sept. 8. Edith M. Bliort, reading papers 

SepT. 8. J. H. Levis, balance nayroll 

Sept. 11. F. J. Bamberger, services 

Sept. 11. L. H. Pryor, services 

Sept. 11. W. E. Thompson, services. 

Sept. 12. Ells. McGregor, reading papers 

Oct. 12. W. B. Thompson, services 

. Hastlnga I>emocral. printing 

. W. E. ^hompBon, lerviceB October Sth to No- 
vember t>tb 

. Q. O. VIrten. services at Lltchfleld 

. W. J. Scbmltx. services at ahakopee 

. v. M. Cornish, reading papers 

. Fannie Johnson, reading papers 

. E. J. Donaldson, reading papers 

. Emily M. Dowley, reading papers 

. lona W. Stacy, reading papers 

. Lucy R. Gove, rcadinK papers 

. Wm. McCutcban. reading papers 

. Bonnie Comlsh, reading papers 

. Clara, M. White, reading papers 

. Carrie W. UcCauley. readlns papers 

Florence Pssh. reading papers 

Mabel E. Holden. reading papers 

, Jaa. Davles, reading papers 

. C. J. Freeman, reading papera 

E. W. Bchelde. reading papers 

Mary D. Nellson. reading papera 

. Mrs. C. E. Guthrie, reading papers 

. F. Grace, reodlng papers 

_J. A. Ryden, reading papers 

„ W. G. Smith, clerical work 

ICar. 1. E. F. Erlckson. reading papers 

Mar. 2. Mary E. Judklna, riadlng papers 

Har. i. Alice P. Ray, reading papers 

" - ". E. A. Rydeen. reading papers 

. Mrs. £i. A. Nelson, reading papera 

. B. A. Rydeen. reading papers 

. H. A. Rydeen. reading papers 

, Central Presbyterian Church, use of cbuivll tor 

. A. J. Bchaller. printing 

. H. C. Boyeson, stationery 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



July 27, 
July 31. 
July 81. 



July 3l! 
July 31. 
July 81. 



July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July SI. 

July 81. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July 31. 

July SI. 

July 31. 

July, 31. 



Mary B. Judklna, reading papers 

Hn. M. B, Rrva.iit. readies papers 

Cb&B. F. Koehler, services at Fairmont 

Isabella, Austin, ozpensee at Fairmont 

W. J. SchmltB, services at Park Raplda 

J. N. Childs, services at Morris 

O. E. Maxwell, services at Park Rapids 

A, M. Rowe. tervloes at Waseca 

E, K. Jaques, servxtes at Waseca 

D. U KleWe serrices at University 

a. B. Franklorter, servlcea at University 

Maria L. Sanford, services at University 

H. M. West, services at University 

P. 8. Sanders, services at University 

W, H. Dudley, lecture 

L. B. Steams, lecture 

Geo, N. Bauer, services at University 

J. S. Clark, servlcea at University 

A. E. Haynes, servlOBa lit University 

F, J. Woodbrldge. services at University 

F. M. Anderson, services at University 

F. L. McVey. services at Unlverally 

Isabel Lawrence, services at University 

Margaret M. Jerrard, Bervices at University... 

A E. Tslbot, services at University 

C. C. Curtis, services at University 

C. B. Foster, services at University 

E. V. Robinson, services at University 

O W Firkins. Jr.. oervlces at University 

- - McDermott. servlcea HI Hniverslty 

Jones, services at University,. 

Freeman, services at University 

, A. Williams, services at University 

Br Oowdy, services at university 

lel W. Beach, services at U^ilviriUy 

Boulelle, services at University ,.,., 

aiioeraaker, services at University 

D.'E.CloyU, services at University 

Carl Scnlenn-or, services at university 

B. R. M. Miller, services at university 

Mary K. Joslln, services at university 

it. O. Beard, services at university.. 

Helen E. Camp, services at university 

Flora B. Wood, services at university 

Eleanor Wilkinson, services at university 

D. Lange, tliiee lectures 

Mary A. Grimes, services at university 

H. F. aohroeder, services at university 

B. P. Harding, services at university 

H. A. Erlckflon, services at university 



1900. 

Aug. 3. 

Aug.' S. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 3. 



Aug. S. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 8. 

Aug. 8. 



Coonly TrBlntBK Schools 

J, P, Uhler, services at St. Peter 

J. A. Cranston, services at Wlllmar 

U P. Cravens, services at Waseca 

Helen A. Wilder, servlcea at Waseca 

Francis P. L^pliam, services at Waseca 

Kate McLeod, services at Stillwater 

Nellie E. Collins, services at Stillwater 

Ella L, Norrls, services at Stillwater 

Mrs. E. K. Jaques, services at Aitkin 

Mary Kult, services nt Madison 

Mellle M. Caahman, services at MadlSOn 

A. M. Murfln, services at Glencoe 

Jennie Casy, services at Glencoe 

W. W. Pendergast. servlcea at Glencoe 

Louise Flynn, services at Hinckley.. 
Bertha F. Huntsman, services a' 

Martha O'Connor, services at Wlllmar 

Anna Sand, servlcea at Long Prairie 

Bernlee Hennlngs, services at Marshall 

Jessie B. Stevens, services at Dodge Center 

V. G. Pickett, services at Dodge Center 

Berttia A. Upham, services at Alexandria.. 
J. H. Van Dyke, services at Alenandrla. 



BT.ao 
nil* 

138.68 



:,Goot^lc 



AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Alls'. S. Ida A, Eiiglund, services at Alexandria 

Auk. S. Knut UJeraet, servicea at Alexandria 

Auk. 8. Julia B. Manette, services al Rushford 

Auk. S. Mary B, HlgKlna, eervlcee at Ruahford 

Auk. 8. Anna L. Carter, servlceH at Redwood Palis... 

A.UK. a. E. H. Ellsworth, senices at Redwood Falls.. 

A-OK- 3. ictta M. Probst Bervlcea at Montevideo 

jLVg. 3. Grace F. Williams, services at Bt. Peter 

Auk. 3. Alice HambUn, services at Ada 

Jivg. 3. W. F. Kunze, services at Red Wing 

A.UK. a. K. C. Davis, services at Caledonia 

-Aug. 3. R. B. Duefeia, services at Winona 

Aug. 8. Mrs. Bertha Chllda, services at St. Peter 

Aug. S. Irene M. Mead, services at Albert Lea 

Aug. a. O. T. Denny, services at Waterville 

Adk. 3. Lillian Atkinson, services at Waterville 

Aug. S. Ada J. Morgan, services at Albert Lea 

Aug. 3. D. Ijinge. services at Winona 

Aug. 3. Hannah M. Griffith, servlcas at Winona 

Aug. 3. Mary T. Regan, aei-viees at Red Wing 

Aug. 8. Ellz. M. Sullivan, services at Red Wing 

Aug. 3. Harriet E. Buddy, services at Caledonia 

Aug. 3. B. E. Lockcrby, services at Albert Lea 

Aug. 3. Lora Levens. services at Rochestar 

Aug. S. Evallne K. PrlSSle. services at Long Prairie.. 

Aug. 3. P. J. Butler, services at Ada 

Aug. 3. A, C. Tibbltts, services at Dodge Center 

Aug. 8. Edgar George, services at Waseca 

Aug. 3. Gertrude Glbbs, servlcus at Rushford 

Aug. 8. A M. Locker, services at Long PraWe 

Aug. 3. J. A. Tormey, services at Rochester 

Aug. 8. Albert M. Webster, services at WatervlUe 

Aus. 8. M. D. Avery, services at Rochester 

Aug. 8. Carl J. Ulrlch, services at Albert Lea 

Aug. 8. Mrs. C. B. Guthrie, services at Princeton 

Aug. 8, H. B. White, services at Princeton 

Aug. 8. Ellen Torelle. services at Madison 

Aug. 8. C. A. Patehin, services at Caledonia 

Aug. a P. J. Hunts, services at Red Lake Falls 

Aug. a. J. N. Chillis, services at Elbow Lake 

Aug. 8. Dora Johnson, services at Elbow Lake 

Aug. 3, F, E. Luiton. services at Anoka 

Aug. 8. Florence Fermlne, services at Anoka 

Aug. a. R. C. Dewey, services at Red Wing 

Aug. 3. E. V. Robinson, services at Stillwater 

Aug. 3, Alice L Arnold, services at Montevideo 

Aug. 3. Geo. C. Hubbard, services at Stephen 

Aug. S. C. A. Magnusen, services at Stephen 

Aug. 8. P. P. Kennedy, services at Slayton 

Aug, 3. J. M. Holilnger. services at Slayton 

Aug. 3. Christlanla Spencer, services at Slayton 

Aug. 8. R. H. L. Lord, services at Slayton 

Aug. 3. Mary G. Fanning, services at Hastings 

Aug. *. Mary G. Deem, services at Redwood Falls... 

Aug. 4. A. B. Sharpe, services at Fairmont 

Aug. 4. Frana A. Wilklns, services at Detroit 

Aug. 4. Mary E. O'Laughlln, services at Fairmont 

Aug. 4. H. H. Foas, services at Duluth 

Aug. 4. Mary Gardner, services at Duluth 

Aug. 4. C. H. Barnes, services at Fairmont 

Aug. i. Harriet E. Dunton, services at Wlllmar. 

Aug. 4. C. A. McCarum, services at SL Cloud 

Aug. 8. Clara L. Poe, services at Winona 

Aug. S. Caroline V. Smith, services at Caledonia 

Aug. 8, Fred L. Holti. services at Wlndom 

Aug. 8. H. C. Hess, services at Madison 

Aug. 8. Edmund Berrlgan, services al St. James 

Aug. B. Chaa. A. Smith, services at Dulutb 

Aug. 8. K. M. Canning, services at Windom 

Aug. 8. J. C. Marshall, services at Wlndom 

Aug. 8. C. A. Ballard. flervlc»s at Hinckley 

Aug. 8. W. W. Kllgore, services at Northfield 

Aug. 8. M. M. Jerrard, services at St. Cloud 

Aug. 8. Ruth A. Toiler, services at St. Cloud 

Aug. 8. Hannah Swindle hurst, services at Red Lake 

Falls 

Aug. 8. Mrs. A. B. Chapln. services at Bt. Cloud 

Aug. 8. W. A. Shoemaker, services at St. Cloud 

Aug. 8. L. S. Overholt, services at Redwood Falls 

Attg. S. Geo. A. Franklin, services at Princeton 



S-..,„d:»GOO>^IC 



BIBNNIAL HKPOHT 



, B. T. Carroll, Bervkes at Stephen 

, Stella TelCord, services at HaslingB 

. V. R. Wasaon, services at Duliith 

. A. Martin, services at Hastlncs 

, U. H. Roberts, services at Elbow l^ake 

, V. M. Cornisli, services at St. James 

. F. B. Stratton, services at St. James 

. M. H. ManuHl, services at St. James 

. Alice V. Robblns, services at Hasllngs 

, Mary W. Browne, services at Nurthllrld 

. Mrs. Blancti Hand, services at St. James 

. Alice J. Mott. services at Nortlilletd 

la G. MrDonovigh, services at Marshali 

H. Hullands. services at Nortnlleld 

. P. M. Magnusson, services at Albert Lea 

B. A. Challraan. services at St. Peter 

Caroline T. Mitchell, services at St. Cloud 

Nellie Whitney, services at Detroit 

H. W. Brewster, services at Anoka 

Kate M. Kranz. services at Hallock 

Darius Steward, services at Alexandria 

Jeanette Marey, services at WIndom 

Mrs. C. M. Boutelle. services at Marshall 

J. U. Torrens. services at Hallock 

W. L. Grlswold, services at Hastings 

Bstelle Appleton. services at Montevideo 

O. 3. Holt, services at Rochester 

Wm. Angus, services at Stephen 

Andrew Nelson, services at WIndom 

f. A. Wild, expenses to Detroit 

N. J. Mac^rthur. services at Red I.ake Palls.. 
P. J. Kunti, services at Red Lake Falls 

F. V. Hubbard, services at Ortonvllle 

Li. G. Carlton, services at Caledonia 

G. A. Stanton, services at Detroit 

J. H. Hay, services at university 

E. M. Freeman, services at university 

E. C, Freeman, services at univewltv 

Christine Gowdy. services at untverstty 

C. W. Mall, services at university 

A. E. Haynes. services at university 

Alice Gregory, services at university 

M. A. Holton, services at university 

Julius Hortvet. services at university 

F, 8. Jones, services at university 

, Rose B. Joysiln, services at unlversKy 

. D. L. Klehle. services at university 

E. E. McDermott. services at university 

F, L. McVey, services at university 

Amalle Nix, services at university 

L. B. Pease, services at university 

J. B. Pike, services at university 

J. M. Redway. services at university 

E. M. Roberts, services at unlversKy 

M. L. Sanford, services at university 

P. S. Saunders, services at university 

W. Schuii, services at university 

B. E. Snow, services at university 

Marlon Craig, services at university 

W. M. West, services at university 

W. M, West, services at university 

J, F. Downey, services at university 

, U. E. Foster, services at university 

, P. J. E, Woodbrldge, services at university... 

D. E. Cloyd. senlces at university , 

C. C Curtis, services at university 

O. W. Firkins, services at university 

a. B. Frankforter, services at university 

M, E. Andrews, services at university 

F, M. Andrews, services at university 

Chas. J. Brand, services at university 

C. M. Boutelle. services at university , 

R, O. Beard, services at university 

M. F. Austin, services at university 

Elli. Beach, services at university 

L. Bliss. Inspector 

G C. Hubbard, services at Stephen 

Nellie Woodbury, services at Duluth 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATB. 



Auk. 28. 

Septi lo! 
Sept. 18. 



1901. 

May 14.' 

June 26. 

July G. 

July 13. 

July 21. 

July 26. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27, 

July 27. 

July 2T. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 27. 

July 2T. 

July 27. 

July 30. 

July 30. 

July 30. 

July 30. 

July BO. 



W. A. Shoemaker, expenses at St. Cloud 8.00 

J. A. Vandyke. Inspector 313.36 

Wm. Hobertsoii, servlcea at Ulencoe 170.00 

E. E. Mcliitlre, services at Preston 186.H8 

Mm. E. A. Whltford. lecture at Red Winn 11.78 

O. C. Hubbard, balance services at Stephen.. 6.00 

M. D. Avery, balance aervlces at Rochesier. . . 6.00 

IV, 'W. Pendersast. balance services at Glencoa 12.00 

J. W. OlHOn, expenaen 27.56 

UntveraJly Press, printing 63.41 

J. W. Olson, expenses 23.84 

J. Adam Bede, account enpenseji 30.00 

J, Adam Bede. account expenses 23.00 

W. J. SchTQlti, services at Big Stone City 14aT8 

Mrs. C. E. Guthrie, services at Morris 121.S0 

U. H. Kustcr. services at Lake City 128.48 

Mary Kult. services at I.ake City 113.Se 

C. W. a. Hyde, lectures and expenses 40.07 

Anna Odjard, services at Owatonna 111.64 

Mary Qorjnan, services at Owatonna 118.48 

M. S. Jacobson, services at Owatonna 130.14 

E. H. Nicholas, services at Red Wins 110.00 

C, F. V. Carlson, services at Hed Wing 133.24 

P. M. Hitchcock, Bervices at Roseau 1S8.72 

H. Hall, uervlces at Kasson 122.60 

H. J. Ffercrer, services at Kosaon 124.98 

A. S. Klngsford, services si Heron Lake 186.70 

C. V. Bmltli, services at Heron Lake 187.80 

Anna Dyme. services at Heron Lake 11B.70 

K. T. Fox. services at Heron Lake 120.00 

H. S. HllUboe. services at BIk Stone City 120.64 

J. W. Olson, expenses 88.60 

J. H. Lewis, services at Crookston 187.00 

Stella Telford, services at Croakston 149.24 

J. C, Miller, services at Crookston 161.74 

R. S. Dewar, services at Crookston 120.B0 

Mary Stanford, services at Crookston 126.08 



BlKb Setaools— Year Badlav July 31, IftOl. 



State aid. 1900 apportloament, 1700 to each high school, 

Ada, Adrian, Alt'kin, Albert Lea. Alexandria. Anoka, Ap- 

g'eton. Austin. Bameavllle. Benson. Blue Earth City. 
ralnerd. Caledonia, Can by. Cannon Falls, Chatfleld, 
Cloquet. Crookston, Dawson. Delano, Detroit, Dodge 
Center, Duluth, Elgin. Elk River. Eitcelsior, Fair 
Faribault. Farmlngton. Fergus Falls. Glencoe, Glen. 
wood, aracevllle. Granite Falls, Grand Rapids, Har" 
Ings. Henderson, Heron I..ake, Hutchinson, Jacksc... 
Janesvllle. Kasson. Ken yon. I.akelleld, Lake City, 
Lake Crystal. Laneeboro, i^e Roy. Le Bueur, Lltchfleld, 
Little Falls. Long Prairie, Luverne, Madelia. Madison, 
Mankato, MantorvlUe, Mapleion, Marshall, Mini 
apolls (Central), Minneapolis (East Side). Mini__ 
apoUs (North Side), Minneapolis (South Side), Mon- 
tevideo. Montlcello. Moorhead, Morris, New Paynes- 
vnie. New U)m. NorthHeld, Ortonvllle. Owatonna, 
Park Rapids. Fine Island, Pipestone. Plalnvlew, Pres- 
ton. Princeton, Red Lake Falls, Red iVIng, RedT 
Falls, Renville. Rush City. Rochester. Huahtord, .__. 
Cloud, St. Charles. St. James. St. Paul (Central). SI. 
Paul (Cleveland), St. Paul (Humboldt). St. Paul (Me- 
chanic Arts), St. Peter, Sauk Center. Shakopee, 
Sleepy Bye. SI ay ton. Springfield, Spring Valley. 
Stewart vltle, Stillwater. Tracy. Walmsha. Wadena, 
Warren. Waseca, WalervlUe, Wells, White Bear, 
Wllimar. Wlndom, Winnebago City. Winona. Worth- 
Ington. Zumbrota; total. 110 schools, at 1700 each 

M I SC ELLA NEOUS. 

St. Paul, halance 1000 apportionment 

Geo, B. Alton, Inspector, salary 11 months ending June 

30. 1901 

Geo, B. Alton, sundry expenses 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIHNNlAl^ KKH>KT 



£:. B. Johnson, Becretary, salary 13 months ending July 

81, 1801 

S. J. Race, services 

H. a. Baker, services 

D. I* Klelile, •ervleea 

Ernest Wlcher^l, printing reports 

Cyrus Northrop, sundry bills 

Total 



Seml-Or>deiI I 

State aid. 1900 apportionment. KT.Bd 1< 

BentoQ County— District No. 6. 

Blc Stone County— Districts No*. 24, ^ 

OO. • , Norman County— IMstrietB Nos. 1. 7T. 

Blue Earth County— Districts Noa. 16, 24. i Olmsted County— Districts Nos. 2, 4, 11, 

42, 43, 146. 41, 7T, US, 140. 

Carlton County— Districts Nob. 2, 3. 6. 1 Otter Tall County- Districts Nob. ST. 8fl, 
Carver County— Dl at rlcts Nos. 82, 38, 44. ! 47, 103, 100. 
Chippewa County— Districts Nos. 14, SO, Pine County— DlBtricts Nob. 0. 21, ». 

62. Pipestone County— Districts Nos. 33, SI, 

Chisago County— Districts Ind. Taylor's : 05. 

Falls. 30. ££, 43. G3. Pope County— Districts Nob. 1, 30, 61, 03. 

Clay County— Districts Nos. 1, 75. Polk County— Districts Nob. 47. 230, ani, 

Cottonwood County— District No. 8. I Red Lake County— District No. ^ 

Dakota County— Districts Nos. 19. B. ' "' ' '" "'- "- 

Dodge County— Districts Nos. 20. B8. 69. 
Douglas County— Districts Nob. SI. 42, 

Farllmult County— Districts Nos. 4. 40, 

102, 
Fillmore County-Districts Nos. 40. 104, 

181. 
Freeborn County— Districts Nos. 4, 13, 

49. loa. 

Qrant County— Districts Noa. S. S3, 42. 
Hennepin County— Districts "Hill". Nos. 

IT, 28, 84, so. HO. BS, 128. 136, 61. 4Q. 
Houston County— Districts Nos, 1, 12, 



Bis— Year Bndinc July 31, 1901. 



Redwood County— Districts Nos. 17, 18, 

74, S3. 
Renville County— District No, 06, 
Rock County- District No. 16. 
Roseau County- Districts Nos. 41, 42. 
St. Ixiuls County— Districts Nos. 1, 18. 

21. 
Scott County— Districts Nos. 10, Zl, 41, 

40. 
Sherburne County— Districts Noa. 1 



Kandiyohi County— Districts Nos. 7, 46. 
Kittson County— District No. 2. 
Lac Qui Parle County— District No. 86. 
Le Sueur County— Districts Nos. 61, 01. 
Lyon County— Districts Nos. 11. 16, 40. 
Uartin County— District No. 80. 
Ideeker County— Districts Nos. 1, 2. 14, 

61. 60. 
McLeod County— Districts Nos. 18. 33, 



Steele County— blstrlct No. 8, 
Stevens County— District No. 27. 
Swift County— District No. 3. 
Todd Counly- District No. 87. 
Wabasha County— Districts Nos. 2, 31. 

32. 89, 02, 07. 
Wadena County— District No. S3. 
Waseca County— Districts Nos. Bl, 69 

Jt., 3 Jt. 
Washington County— Districts Nos. S, 

Wilhln County— Districts Nos. 11, 14. 
Wlnons County— Districts Nos. S. 17, 21, 

22, 20. 41, 60, 86. 
Wright County— DlstrlctB Nos. 17. Bl, 

112 Jt. 
Yellow Medicine County— Districts Nob. 

7. 10. fi«. 83. 



Total, 1ST Bcbools.. 



HlKh Schools, NorniBl 



—Year Ending Jaly 31, IMl. 



State aid, 1900, apportionment to high schools for el 
tary normal Instruction. tSOO each, as FoIIowh: 

Albert Lea, Hastings, Le Sueur, Little Falls. Red 
at. Paul, Sauk Centre. Wells; 8 schools, at 1500 

Cyrus Northrop, bills 



—Year Bndl] 
village and 



Graded Sckools, Hl^er E 

State aid. 1000 apporilonmenl, I2C_ __ 

town public graded schools, tor t 

higher education: 
Adams. Alden. Aniboy. Annandale, Argyle, Arllngiin. 

Atwater, Belgrade, Belle Plalne, Belllnsham. Bemldjl. 



iniC Joly 31, 1901. 



■dovGooi^Ic 



' AUDITOR OF STATE. 193 

Bird Isltiiid, BIWKblli. Blooming Pratrle, Breakanrldce, 
Brownton, Browns Valley, Buffalo, Cambridge, Ckrl' 
ton, Carver, Chaaka, Cokato, Dauel, Dover, Dundaa, 
E^agle Bend, Kast Qrand Forks, Eden Valler. Edger- 
ton. Elbow l,ake. Elmore. Elttiworth, Bly. Elyslan, 
BvanHVllle, EyoCa, Falrlax. Fertile. FiBher, FoBBton, 
I'Taxee, Fulda, Uaylord. Clrard Meadow. Good Thunder. 
Hallock, Balated, Hawley, Hector, Hennlng, Hlbblng, 
- Hinckley, Hopkins, Houston, Herman, Howard Lake, 
Jaeper. Jordan, Kasota, Lake iJenton. Lakevllle. 
Lamberton, Lyle. Maple L,ake, Mazeppa. Mclntoati, 
Melrose, Hontgomery, Montroae, Mara. Morgan, Mor- 
rlstown, Morton, Mountain Lake, Minnesota LakO, 
Nev Prague, New Richland, No. Mankato, No. St. 
Paul, Norwood, Olivia. OitaklH, Osseo (1900), Oaaeo 
asm. Oak Park (1900). Oak Park (lUSBi), Pelican Kap- 
Ids, Perham, Pine City, Robblnsdale, Royalton, Se- 
cred Heart, St. Louis Park, Bandstone, Sherburne, 
So. St. Paul, So. Stillwater, Staples, Stephen. Sauk 
Rapids, Thlet River Fails, Tower, Two Harbors, 
Vemdale. Virginia. Waverly, Welcome. West Con- 
cord, Wbeaton, Wlnthrop; 111 schools, at t200 each... 122.200.00 
A. W. Rankin, Inspector, salary 11 months ending June 

30. 1901 l,aB3.2T 

A. W. Rankin, expenses same period 888.S0 

The University Prsis, printing 185,00 

(23,167.07 

Raral. acAoals— Year BBdinK jDir SI, lOOl. 
State aid. 190U' apportlonntent. SUI.SU to eaob comoion HChoal district, to encourage 
th« better condition of rural schools. Mot more than 30 per cent of the total 
numt>er ot common school districts In any one county are granted aid In any 
one year, warrants drawn In favor of common school districts sharing In 
the ISOO apportionment as follows: 

Anoka County— Districts Nob. 2, M, 40. «. 47. 48. 

Becker County—Districts Nos. a, 12. 31. 88, 68. 

Benton County— Districts Nos. 2, B, 4. 15, 18, 2T, 29. 

Big Btone County- Districts Nos. B, 7, 10, 11, 20, 30, BO. 

Blue Earth County— Districts Nob. 3, IT, 20, 23, 27, 40. 4a. 4», 51, 55, OS, «T, 
Tl, 74, 63, 91, 106, 100, 113. 118, 117, 118, 127, 131, 147, 160. 

Brown County— Districts Nos. 8. 39. 

Carver County— Districts Nos. 18, 28. 

Chippewa County— Districts Nos. 18, 22, BS. OS. Tl. 

Chisago County- 10, 13, 14. 22. SB, 39. 

Clay county— District H Nos. 8, 10, 27, 42. 48, 58, 78, 88. 

Cook County— District No. 2. 

Cottonwood Couuty-Dlstrlets Nos. 2, IB. 48, 23, BO, 53. 

Crow Wing County— District No. 3. 
■ Dakota County- Districts Nos. 7. 9, 20, 47. 49, Bl. B3. 64, SO, 68, 72. TS, 99. 

Dodge County— Districts Nob. 4. IT. 11). 21, 23, 29, 38, 41, 44, 81, T2. 

Douglas County— DtstrlctH Nos. 6, 0, IT. 20. Z{, 2B. tO. 47, 48, B2, 69. 

Faribault County— Districts Nos. 2, 17, 27, S^. 3i; 65, 79 Jt. 

Fllimore County-Districts Nos. 18. IH. 21. 23, 80. 32, 88, 94, 110. 118, 123, 124. 
14& 140, 1B6, 168, 184. 

Freeborn County— Districts Nos. IB, 3.-J, 42, 43, 44. BO, 61. B8. 64, 76, SI 

Goodhue County— Districts Nos. 4, T. 0. lu. 16. 10. 26. 36, 40, 64, 1(8, lOS. 148, 
14a. 159, 161. 182. 

Or^nt County— Districts Nos. 2, 20, 21. .^7. 

Hennepin County-Dlstrlcta Nos. 8. ]0. II. 12. 13. 14. 30, 37, 37. 46. 48. 51. BZ 
53, B5, B7. SO, 72, 94. 95, 99, 102, 116. 138. 134, 106. 

Houston County— Districts Nos. C. 7. 10. IS. 19, SB. B3. 68. 

Isanti County— Districts Nos. 2, 33, 32. 

Jackson County— Districts Nos. 4, 7. 02. B3, B4, 65, B7, 75, 78, 7». 85, 86. 09, 107. 

Kanabec County— District No. 3. 

Kandiyohi County-DlBtricts Nos. 1. «, 27, 41. 64. 6B. 7T. 84. 

Kittson County— Districts Nos. 4. 35. 

Lac qui Parle County— Districts Nos. 10. 45, 00, 92. 

Lake County— District No. 1. 

Le Bueur County- Districts Nos. 10. 14, 15. 21. 24. 33, 38, 44, 53. 07, BO, 66, 67, 
88. 70. 77. 81, 90. 89. 

Lincoln County— Districts Nob. 4, 11, 37. 

Lyon County-Districts Nos. 27, 28, 47, BB. 63. 

lIcLeod County— Districts Nos. B, 11. 15, 17, 19, 21, 31, S6, 36. 47, 51, 66. 60.' 
67. 72. 7B. 78. 

Marshall County- Districts Nos. 0. IS. 26. 26, 60. 

Martin County— Districts Nos 17, 26. 40, 49, BO, 58, 63, 66, 76. 

Meeker County— Districts Nos. 3. 12. 13, 16, 42, 43, 45. 

Mttle Lacs County— District No. 10. 

Morrison County— DlBtricta Nos. 1. 6. 10. 42. 

Mower ConMy— Districts Nos. fi, 11, Bl. 57, 76, 78, 79, 107. HI. 121. 

Hurray County— Districts N0a..7, 8, 30. 42. 06. RS. OG. 

Nicollet County-DlBtrictB No*. 3, 4, 0, 7. S. 22, 24, 32, 36, 40, 45. B(^ Bl. Bft 
82, S3. /-- T 

Nobles County-Dlatrlcts Nos. 16, 42, 50, 54, B6. 66, 76, 80, 81, 82. LjOOQIC 

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Norman County— Dlatrlcta Noa. 22. 34, T2, 86. 

Olmated County— DlatMcta Nos. b. 0, 10. 27, W. 35, 40, 19, 5S, W, 06, ST. SI, 

83, W, Bf. 102, 105, 107, HI. lU, 120. 130, 132, 138. _ _ 

Otter Tail Count y-DlHtrlcts Nos. n. 12. 22, 23, 30. 33, 86. 49, 06, S8, Sa, St 

76, SO, 86, «9, 100, 105, IIT, 1^8, TO, 1»1. 197. 

PSne County— DlBtrlcU Nos. 4, U, 1 SO, 85. 

Ptpestone County— Dlatrlcts Nos. S, 11, 21, 16, 56. 

Polk County— Districts Nos. 6. 55. ' t, 129, 144, ISl, 225, 2K1. 

Pope County— Districts Noa. T, 10, , 39, 49, 66. 

Ramsey County— Districts Nos. 3, , 23, 82. 

Redwood County— Districts Nos. 2. 11, 12, 11, IS, 22, 26, 80, 89, 40, IB, 

46, 63, 5T. 60, 61, 62, 69, 72, 73, Tl SB. 91. 

Renville County— Dletrlcts Nos. 8, i 
Rice County— Districts Nos. 8. 10, 1 
Hock County— Districts Nos. 10. 23, % ou, o 

St. LoulH County— District H Nos. 2B 
Scott county— Districts Nos. 16, 32, 10, 42, I 

Bherburne County— Districts Nos. E 
HlDloy County— Districts Nos. 0, 10, 
Steams County— Districts Nos. 12. 

117, lie, 125, 133, 145, 147, 161. 
Steele County— Districts Nos. 3, 4. 5. 8, 9, 13, 17, 19, 21, 30. 37, 8B, 40, 14. 47, 

48. 51. 55, 56. 66, 76, 84. 85, 88. 
Stevens County— Districts Nos. 16, 42. 
Swirt County— District B Noa. 18, 87, 62. 81. 
Todd County— DtBtrlcle Nob, 10, IB, 22, 35, 119. 
Traverse County— UfstrictB Nos. 18. 33, 36. 

Wabasha County— Districts Nos. 3, 6, 21, 23. 40. 4B, 56, 72, 71, 95. 
Wadena County— Districts Nos. 9. 19. 
Waseca County—Districts Nos. 66, 8T. 

Washlnston County— Districts Nos. 4, B, 7, 20. 31. -^^ SO, K, 61, 74. 
Watonwun County— Districts Nos. T, 13, 16, 41. 45, 46, C2. 
WUkln County— Districts Nos. 2, 8. U, 19, 30, 46, 48. 

Winona County— Districts Nos. 10. 13. 37, 39, 13. 48, 49, 36, S8. SO, 79, 82, 84. 
Wright County-UlBtriCtS Nos. 1. 12, 14, 24. 33. 36. 50, 67, 90, 118, 119, 180. 



I>Dbllc Sphool LlbrnrlCK— Year BnAlnK Joly 81, IftOl. 

St. Paul Book & Stationery Co., sundry warrants (or 

books to dlslrlow ni,920.1S 

r. A. Wild, work on catatoKue 38.7C 

F. A. Wild, expenses 89.30 

Qeo. R. Kllberifer, expenses at meeting 6.T6 

j. V. Mlllspaugh. expenses at meeting 1.60 

C H. cooper, expenses at meeting T.Zf 



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Emily H. Coraon, sundry services 70.60 

Clara F. Baldwin, expenses 147.68 

Margaret J. Evans, expenses S.Stt 

Gratia Countryman, eipenses 6.30 

Masonic Temple Association, rent 113.00 

North Star Printing Co., catalogues, etc 291.15 

Oeeaamnn & Murphy, printing, etc 72.76 

Hunion Stationery Co., stationery 2.J5 

J. A. Schlsner & Co., atatloiiBry 21.M 

Owber Bros., bindlna 46.00 

Western Press Clipping Eichanse. clippings 9.00 

Interstate Clipping dureau. clippings S.OO 

Library Bureau, cabinet and supplies 23.18 

H. N. Lelghton Co., shelving 3.92 

John Wllev & Sons, books SiSS 

Hlnneapotia omce & School Furniture Co., bookcases, etc. 309.50 

A. L. A. Pub. Board, tracts B.OO 

Bt. Ffrul Book & Stationery Co., books 1,610.10 

N. McCarthy, 



J. J. O'Connor, „ 

C. D. Brown, services Wise o ,„„„ 

O. 8. Hardy, extradition of J. B. Richards 60,00 

Aug. JohnBon, extradition of Q, Bongard 417. TI 

R. O. Clancy, making papers 6 00 

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SUNDRY WARRANTS ISSUED TO SHERIFFS OR DEPUTIES OP THE 8BV- 
filRAL COUNTIBS FOR EXPENSES OF CONVHYINQ CONVICTS TO STATB 
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NaUonal Oupd— Venr Bmdl>K Jair 31, 1801. 
Flrat BplK»ac— 

Ueadquariers ezpenaes W.tK) 

Capl. W. W, Price, asilstant Inspector K^nend. tour 

of InapacHon 35D.00 

Initpecuou. 1M>1 M.ou 

FlFst BaltBlloB at Apilllcrr— 

Ueadquartera expenaee 130.00 

Encampment 4,iT4.4u 

Annual allowance for horaea l.aoO.OU 

Isapeetlon ltH>l— 

Field and staff U9.00 

Battery A 860.00 

Battery B 880.00 

Company o( enKlneera 803.00 

Flrat Restment of Infantry— 

UeaduuarterB eip^iiaes tl£>.00 

Encampment T.TM.BO 

Inspection l&Ol— 

Field, staff and band 1315.00 

Company A 40(1.00 

Comiiany B 802.00 

company C 23&0D 

Company D ' 208.00 

Company B 801,00 

Company F 871.00 

Company Q 6U.O0 

Company 1 880.00 

Company K MO.OO 

Second Revlnient of Infantry— 

Headquarters eipenaes 1135.03 

Encampment 10.14M.U1 

Inapeatlon 10Ot— 

Company A 1200.00 

Company B 802,00 

Company C 886.00 

Company D 2S0.O0 

Company 7 802,00 

Company Q 836.00 

Company I 468.00 

Tkird Revlment of Infantry— 

Headquaners expenses tl8S.0O 

Practice march 9.41S.60 

Inspectlan 190»- 

Company B t2T!l.00 

Inspection I901— 

Field, staff and band t2S7,00 

Company A 300.00 

Company B 27B.O0 

Company C SBT.OO 

Company D 820.00 

Company E 240.00 

Company F 3BT.0O 

Company O 864.00 

Company H 240.00 

Company 1 3B0.OO. 

TRANSPORTATION, 
Sundry n'arrantB to the following railroad companies: 

Chicago, Burlington A Qulncy 134 18 

Chicago Great Western 86.80 

Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul 8,447,48 

Chicago A North-Western 184.63 

Chicago, at. Paul, Minneapolis & Omaha 176T7 

Duluth, Red Wing A SouLhem 66,22 

Oreat Northern TSO 93 

Minneapolis & St. IjOuis 21700 *" 

Minneapolis, St. Paul & Bault Ste. Marie 7 OB 

Nortiiern Pacific 43812 

Winona A V--' -'"- 



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misci:li.an eous. 

People's Expreaa Company, frelgbt caartres and drayage. 

Weatem Union Telegraph Company 

Northwestern Telephone Bicbange Company 

Expeneea state eiamlniDg board 

Dues Interstate national guard asooclatlan 

Insurance quartermosteT'B atorea and hoeplCal at camp 

grounda 

* Bxpense receiving and ablpplng eaulpmenta, etc 

Repairs of ordnance BJid equipments 

Bet-rice and marksman badges 

Records for national guard 

Kxpenses funeral escort Sen. 0. K. Davis 

Oen. Oeorge C. Lambert, sundry warrants. mtscellaneouB 

bills paid 

Qen, E. D. Libbey, sundry warrants, nitscellaneoua bills 

Replacing military property of t'lie national guard, Issued 
to volunteer organizations during the war with 
Spain, pursuant to sec. 11. chap. 231, Laws of ISW.... 



1140.13 
S8.4S 
S00 91 
10.00 



121. ZS 

323.01 
68.3e 



C. W. Fisher, salary 
T. O. Brunsen, servic 
Geo. Dufour, aervlcea 
C. W. Fisher, expeusi 



Gourd Volnnteers— Year endlnv Jnly SI, 1 

for year ending July SI, 1901 *1,200 



HISOELLANEOnS. 



C. 'W. Fisher, postage 

Oeo. C. Lambert, adjutant general, arrears 

Jected Eoldlera 

Oeo. C, Lambert, expenses to Washington 

Oeo. .C. L^mtMrt, balance expenses to Washington. 



leoo. 

Sept. 4. 
Sept. 2*. 
Bept. 24. 
Sept. 2T. 
Oct. 23. 
Dec. 31. 



Uar. ID. 
Mar. le. 
Uar. 20. 

April 2. 
April 6. 
AprU Ifi. 
Uay S. 
Hay 10. 
Uay 24. 
Uay 2B. 
Jane 12. 






Goard llnltorma. 



Gulterman Bros., shirts 

If. F. Kennedy Bros., primers 

Browning, King & Co., clothing 

The Palace Clothing House, clothing 

The Palace Clothing House, hats 

M. 8. Granger, altering coats 

French Tailoring Co., repairs 

Palace Clothing House, clothing 

French Tailoring Co., repairs 

Pioneer Press Co., printing 

The H end arson- Aroes Co., uniforms 

People's Blipresa Co., drayage 

French Tailoring Co,, cleaning uniforms 

C„ M. ft St. P. Ry. Co.. freight 

The Henderson -Ames Co., buttons 

O, Kulstad ft Moe, alterations 

W, H. Hart, Insurance on camp grounds prop- 



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C. F. Pusch, 1 

Pioneer Press Co., advertising 

Great Northern Ry, Co., freight 

The Poeple's Expresa Co., drayage 

Bowlby ft Co., uniforms, etc 

F. W. Bueckert. rent of storehouse at Lake City 
The People's Express Co., drayage 

. _.. _ ____ — . ,., — Ing. ........ .... 

June 19. French Tailoring Co., cleaning unlforma 

July 8. Bowlby A Co., unitorma 

July 2T. F. G. Tallant, T pairs trousers 

IVatloiuU Qnard Medical Copps. 

1800. 

Sept. 16. R. J. FItsgerald, sundry bills 

Bept, 17. E. D.. Libbey, medicine chest 

B^^ la H. A. yo\iitg'& Co.. muslin t>anaB; etc 



M3.SS 
12,00 
8T1.S2 



2T.7B 

S.2S 

1.044,60 

28.es 

10.50 
2.T3 
37.B0 



xias-oo 

20.00 
41.SB 



30.00 

2,400.00 

21.00 



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Sept. IS. R. C. Steele. drugB 119.14 

8«pt. 18. Oeo. H. Hnlzberg & BroB., hospital equlinnenta. 2S,0D 

Sept. la E. J. ColUns, Ice B.OO 

Bopt. 18. Lake City Ste«m L.aundry Co., laundry work. . IS.TH 

Sept. 18. Boutell Broa., pillow caa«a. etc 22,10 

Sept. 18. Temple Court Trunk Factory, trunka 29.00 

Sept. aO. A, T. Hall, drUM 119.53 

Sept. 21. J. H. Schurmelcr WaKon Co., repairs IS.OO 

Dee. 18. A. J. Btene, BuiKeoa Keneral, posCase 10.00 

Jan. 19. Chas. T. Heller, euppUea 4.00 

Apni23. A. T. Hall, Oraga 20.00 

June 13. EL A. HeyerdinK, 10 braMords l.HO 

June 21. J. H. Schurmeler WMTon Co., atorafie, etc 16.T5 

June 27. Union Mattreui Co., cots 13.17 

nnrlsl of Soldlera and Saliorit— Year Bndlns Jalr 31, IflOl. 

Aitkin county, l burial t22.2S 

Anoka county. B burlalB 106.00 

Becker county, 1 burial 34.00 

Big Stone county, 1 burial S6.00 

Blue Eartli county, B burials 17B.00 

Chleago county. 1 burial 90.00 

CUky county, 1 burial (B.00 

Crow Wins county, 2 burials TOXW 

Dakota county, l burial 80.00 

DouKlKS county, 1 burial 8S.0O 

Ftllmore county, 3 burials 70.00 

Ooodhue county, 2 burials 42.00 

Hennepin county, 30 burials 1,000.00 

Hubbard county, 2 burials 70.00 

Isanti county, 1 burial 29.75 

Morrison county, 8 burials 274J10 

Mower county. 1 burial 8S.O0 

Nobles county, 3 burials 70.00 

Norman county, 1 burial 30.00 

Otter Tall county, 2 burials 70.00 

Pipestone county, 1 burial 30.00 

P<^ county, 1 burial 80.00 

Kajnsey county, IT burials 099.00 

ItlC« county, 8 burials 100.00 

Bt. Louis county, 1 burial SO.0O 

Sibley county, l burial 3B.0O 

Steams county, S burials 189.00 

BwKl county. 1 burial 34.60 

Todd county. 7 burials 388.00 

Wabasba county, 2 burials M.0O 

Wadena, county. 2 burials 10.00 

Waaaca county, 1 burial 30.00 

WashlnKtoa county, 9 burials SIO^OO 

Watonwan county, I burial 80,00 

Winona oouoty. 6 burials 208.73 

Oeo. B. Adams Post, No. 101, i base stones 18.00 

John Owken, base stones and settingr, Sibley comity 2S.C0 

Qeo. H. Soss, base stones and settlns. Otter Tail county. 22JM> 

H. J. Wall, hauling headstones 4.00 

M. C. Bausser. base stones and setting. Otter Tall county. 37J<a 



State Camp Oroaads IwroTesaent— Year Bndlv Jaly 31. IftOl, 



PxlntliiK, AAvertUlBar anal BlndlaB— Year Bndtav Jaly 31, ISOl. 

1000. 

Aug. S. Pioneer Press Co.. coal proposals 14.30 

Aug. 3. The Jcmrnkl Printing Co.. printing proposals... 18,00 
Auk. <>• Duluthi.News-TrlUune, publishing proalamatlon 

new county 19.80 

Aug, 9. McGUI-Wamer Co., printing 323.10 

Aug. 10. Dispatch Printing Co., pub. proclamation 18.00 

Aug. IS. PloneiT Press Co., balance 3d class prlntrng, 

February and April 1.000.23 

Aug. 17. Duluth News-Tribune, advertising proposals 

tor printing S).40 . 



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April B. 
April 6. 
April B. 
April IB, 
April 20. 
April" 
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April IB. 



AUDITOR OF 8TATB. 



Dlapatoh Prlntins Co., atfveriJbliiK proposala 

for prtntlnt 

PloDeer Preos Co., printing 

pioneer Presi Co., BdvertlBlnec prcposals for 

division of county 

C. W. Homick, printing repTta 

C, W. Homick, Bth claas printing 

RIcb & Clymsr. printins 

Nylund Broa., prlntlDK 

Rich & Clymer, printing 

MoGiU-Worner, printing 

DoTetaH Box Co., boxes for election returns. . . 

Rich & Clymar, printing; 

Dovetail Box Co., boxes for election returnB... 

McQIll -Warner Co., printing 

Thoodor Borup, printing 

Minnesota Tribune Co.. advertising for bids 

for manual 

Theodor Borup, printing 

H. M. Bmythe Printing Co., book of applications 

for patents 

Theodor Borup, printing insurance comnilsslon- 

RlCh Se Clymer,"printtngi'.'.!'.'!',r.'./.!'.'.'.!'.'"! 
Fergus Printing & Publlsbing Co., advertising 

proposals tor printing 

Theodor Borup, election blanks 

Theodor Borup, printing 

Fergus Printing & Publishing Co., balance pro- 
posals for printing 

McGlll- Warner Co., legal and depanmental 
printing 

Rich & Clymer, printing 

C. U. McUill, legislative printing 

Theodor Borup, Jr., printing 

C. C. Whitney, postage 

Pioneer Preaa Co., proolaraatlon. etc 

Pioneer Press Co.. treasurer's report 

Qeeaaman & Murphy Co.. printing 

St, Paul Daily News, proclamation 

Polk County Journal, adverLislng pro<^amatlon 

The Qlobe Co., advertising proclamKtlon 

Theodor Borup, account printing 

C, H. McQlll, printing leRlslatlve proceedings. . 

H. M. Sraythe Printing Co., patent record 

Theodor Borup, balance due on bill of Dec. 12. . 

Dispatch Printing Co., advertising proclMna- 
tlons 

C, H. McOlll. Ist and Sd class printing 

C. E. McQlU, let and 2d class printing 

Theodor Borup, account printing 

McQlll-Wamer Co., nrintlng 

C, H. UcOill, legislaUve pAntlng 

P. Welnhagen A Co., boxes 

Rich A Clymer, printing 

Crookston Times, advertising proolamatlon 

Rich A Clymer, printing 

C. H. McOllI, printing 

Theodor Borup. printing reports 

Mlllor-Davle Printing Co., balance book 

Theodore Borup, printing 

C. H. Meaiil. printmg 

C. C. Whitney, expert printer, salary 



16.20 
9S0.T8 
780.30 



S,013.5a 
12.00 



1S.80 

1S.8I> 
1,S43.24 



81,80 
U.40 
12.50 



Minnesota Heporta-Te*p BBdlng July 81, lOM. 
P, P. Dutresne, sundrjr warrants for Minnesota reports. . M.ODO.W 

DralnaBc of State l>antla— Year B^aillBiT >l>lr 31. Ifi 

leoo. 

Oct. 4. Treasurer Renville county, drainage tm.lK 

Dec. 28. Treasurer Kittson county, drainage M.o^ 

1001. 

Feb. 20. Treasurer Kamdlyohl comrty, drafnag*.^ ."iO.CK 

Hay 17, Treasurer Folic county, drainage w l.KWW 

July 10, Treasurer Le flueur county, drainage 2311.01 



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ADVERTISING SALES. 

Aitkin County— Aitkin Republican 

Aitkin Age 

Anoka County— Anoka Union 

Anoka Herald 

Btc Btona County— Ortonvllle Herald-Star 

Carlton County— Barnum Qazette 

Caaa County— Walker Pilot...,'. 

Crow Wing- County— Brain erd Tilbune 

Br^rnerd Dispatch 

leantt County— Isanti County Press 

CambrldKe Independent 

Kanabec County— Kanabec County Tiroes 

MoiTlBon County— Little Falls Weekly Transcript 

Renville County- Renville Record 

Roseau County— Roseau County Times 

Pioneer Press Co. (Bt, Paull 

at. Louis County— L>uluth Newe- Tribune Co 

Btierburne County— Elk River Star-News 

CLERKS AT LAND BALES. 

Aitkin County— J. 8. Campbell 

Anoka County — aelden McGuRey 

Big Stone County— H. L. Zwelner. 

Carllon County— John F. Hynee 

Cass County— C. E. Grifflth 

Crow Wing County— A, Mafalum 

Isanti County— Tbeo. C. Blontgren 

Kanabec County— Henry Rlnes 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Morrison County-H, N. H»rdln« 

Renville County— J. T. Brooks 

Roseau County— J. C. 9pencei 

Sherburne County— Jesse Verley 

Expenses — 

R. C. Dunn, eKpenses conductlny sales 

1. C. Palterson. ezpenseB conducting sates 

Tlnber Lands. 

SALARIES OF CRUISERS. BTu. 

W. 9, Dedon, aervlces 

J. O. McKenzle. aervlcee 

Prank Btadden. services 

Harry MeClellan, services 

Henry Doaey. services 

J. F. MeClellan. services 

Jonathan Chaiie, services 

Geo. L. Nichols, look up treapai-s 

C. E. Bullard, look up trespass 

D. H. Robblns, look up trespass 

E. A. Zurer, services 

Chas. Olson, services 

Sundries — 

W. a. Dedon. expenses 

J. O. HcKensle. expenses 

Prank Stadden. expenses 

E. A. Zewer, expenses 

D. Qreeley, selling stumpaKe Pine county 

H. N. HardlnK. selUnK BtumpaRe Morrison couniy.... 
8. B. Molander, expenses at timber sales 

ADVERTISINO TIMBER BALES, 

Aitkin County-Altkin Age 

Becker County— Geo. D. Hamilton 

Beltrami County— Bemldji Pioneer 

Carlton County— F. D. Vlbert 

CaSB County— C. E. Griffith 

Crow WlnK County— Brain erd DIspatcn 

Hubbard County— Hubbard County Enterprise 

Itasca County— P. J. Stevens 

UUIe I-acs County— Princeton Union 

Morrison County— Transcript Publishing Co 

Pine County— Pine County Pioneer 

St. Louis County— Uuluth News-Tnnune 

Pioneer Press Co., advertising sundry sales 

Lumberman Publishing Co, advertising sundry sales 

M 1 9C ELL A N EO L^S. 

S. E. Atkins, expenses at county seats 

D. E, Woodbrldge, expenses looking up mineral lands 

U. B. Haynes, making survey of IH-IOT-SO 

B. C. Baldwin, plate and lists 

Cbllds, Edgerton & Wiokwlre, legal services (Swenson 

B. 8. Corser,' Bcale bill 'ift-'l'ss-'is.' .'.'.'.' ,','.'!" '.'.'.'.'.'. !!'.'.'.'.".'!.' 

Jewett ft Son. plats 

H. O. Neal. tent for cruisers 

G. A. Plinn. lists from J. S. land oRlce 

Jewett & Son. plats for cruisers 

W. C. Hasterman. recording pirmlts 

J. D. Brady, recording permits 

B. J. Hosier, scaling 

B. 8. Corser. scaling and recording permits 

A. D. Stephen, recording penntts 

J. D. Brady, scaling 

Jewett A Son, plats 

J. J. Lomen. appraising lands. Gtolrli Lake 

R. H. L. Jewett. appraising lands, Spirit Lake 

J. A. Martin, appraising lands, Spirit Lake 

O, P. Stevens, scale bill 

V. a. land office. Marshall, copy of letter 

Consolidated. AhSttact. Co., abBtract 

Total expenditures from appropriation for "State 



68T.12 
240.14 



36.70 
101.00 

S1.S0 



3242 

1,000.18 

10 .SO 



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202 BIENNIAL REPORT 

BclBotlnS Bmuav 1<«b4b— Tckt BndlBff Jair SI, IfiOl. 

I. C. Patterwm, checking L. F. ft D. land grant 180.00 

Victor Uolandar, •ervtcaa 240.00 

B. C. Baldwin, awamp land llata 13.00 

B. B. Atklna, Hrrlcas SOS.OO 

Cbarll« Orr, serrleea ISS.SS 

I6n.» 

V. B. ImaA OBaara' Pe«*— Trar Endlnv J>It tl. lOOl. 

U. S. land office. Crookaton, l.lbo entrlaa 1130.00 

TJ. 8. land ofllca, Duluth, 1,180 «ritr1ea 116.00 

U. S. land office, Hanhall, 2S1 entrlaa 33.10 

n. B. land office, Bt. Cloud. BBS entrlaa S8.20 

1322.30 

Btst* Park, Dallas of St. Oroix— Year Etadln« Jalr 81i IttOl. 

Qeo. H. Haaiard. aenrtota and bllla 1817.06 

Herchanta' National bank, bllla of Oeo. H. Haiiard Z14.7S 

Baat Side Lumber Co., lumber 2t>.M 

U r. Snow, aarvloaa and bllla 11S.SS 

Prank Fradean, lea and meat (or antmala 19.37 

mo.oo 

ItaaoK State Park— Tear B)Ddlns Jolr !>lt lIMtl. 

Wm. p. Chrlatcnaon, auperintendent, aervlcea Auctiat. 

IMO. to March 10, 1901 fSOS.aO 

7. O. Ctlbba. BuperinteDdent, aervlcea March 11 to July 

81, leU 233.40 

J. V. Brower, aerrleea and exprnaes 428.34 

Or^ Northern Sr. Co., purcbaie price of landa TKi.OO 

H. Phlbba, reoorSns deeda l.TS 

n.T8S.«n 

Itaaea State PafIc— plstfarma. 

J. P. Qtbtia, atone work, paint and labor on platforms I2SO.0O 

1280.00 

Stat* ValTCralty— Year Badlav Jaly 31, l)M>I. 
UNIVEB81TY. 

PayroUa ., KiD.M6.ee 

Current ezpenaea 68,623.96 

|2BB,BT0.».1 

RB PAIRS. 

J. E. Ware, treoaurar, sundry warronta for repalra H.SSfl.OO 

_ u,B»e.<n 

MECHANIC ART8 BUILDING. 

J. B. Ware, treaaurar. aundrr warrants for bills 120,000.00 

t20,0DO.O» 

ANATOMICAL BUILDING. 
J. B. War*, treaaurar, blUs t20.00 

iao.on 

CHEMICAL BUILDING. 

J. G. Ware, Ireaaurer, sundry warrants for expenses 120,011.84 

120,011.84 

BARN. 

J. E. Ware, treasurer, axpenaea tMS.BB 

— — — Illfle.SS 

LIBRARY. 

J. B. Ware, treaaurar, sundry warrants for expenses 16.073.28 _ 

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AUDITOR OP STATE. 203 

QBOIX)aiCAI< AND NATURAL HISTORY SUHVBT, 

J. B, WftTs, treasurer, sundry warrants for expenaea 121,708.90 

t21.T0S.90 

MINING SCHOOL INSTRUCTORa 

J. B. Ware, Ireaaurer, sundry warrants for payrolls (1,(100,00 

t4,SO0.Oa 

SCHOOL OP MINES-SUPPORT. 

J. B. WATe, treasurer, sundry warraotB tor bllla 15,000.00 

16,000.00 

CARE OP CRIPPLED AND DEFORMED CHILDREN. 

J. B. Ware, treasurer, Euodry warrants for ei[>«nMS 18,289.88 

$8,288.38 

Tota] for Bute University (891,730.00 

IgI>«*I «f Aarlealtare— Year Bodlns Jalr 31. 1001. 
PMTOUb - t«S.392.20 

Current expenses 3B.3BT.S2 

ses.r79.s2 

HBATINQ PLANT, 
J. E. Ware, treasurer, bills tlSO.TO 

tim.n 

HORTICULTURAL HALL AND PHTBICAL LABORATORY. 

J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for bills U,106.30 

11.108.20 

GRAND RAPIDS 8UB-8TATION-SUWORT AND EQUIPMENT. 

J, E. Ware, treasurer, suudry warrants for bills M.268.21 _ 

14,269.21 

CROOKSTON 8UB-8TATION--SOPPORT AND EQUIPMENT. 

J. H. Ware, trewiurer, sundry warrants lor Mils 15,900.118 

. tC.80D.B8 

TotiU for School of Agriculture tllO.242.37 

St. Cload Konnal School— Year BndlBS JdI^ 31, 1001. 

SUPPORT 

PayroUs I22.8e6.*4 

HaintenMice 10.181.*) 

132.998.84 

LIBRARY. 

W. B. Mitchell, treasurer, sundry warrants for books.... 11,018.54 

«,01S.B4 

GYMNASIUM. 

W. B. Mitchell, treasurer, sundry warrants for appdratus 197.36 

197.88 

PURNITDRE. 
W. B. Mltchdl, treasurer, bills WS.iS 

iee.2B 

REPAIRS. 
W. B. Mitchell, treasurer, bills HMOS 

taa.BB 

ToUl fw 8L Cloud Normal School tS4,aH.64 

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204 BIENNIAL KEPORT 

Wlaona Nonn>l Scli«ol^Tear BmdIiiB Jolr 31, I901. 

SUPPORT. 
Payrolls 128,718.10 

»•"■'•""' 'j!^^ ^.,„.„ 

REPAIRS. 

C. A. Horey, treaHurer, sundry warrants.. 12,882.81 tfifniM 

Total (or Winona Normal School I39,B53.S3 

Hsnknto Karnal Sch<H>l— Yenr EmMns Jaly ni, imtl. 
SUPPORT. 

Payrolls I28.e21.l» 

Maintenance 7.4B2.38 __ 

t34.37S.3» 

REPAIHB. 

First National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants tt.600,00 

11,600.00 

UBRART. 
First National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants KOO.OO 

Total tor Manhato Normal School t3fl.*™.38 

BfooPfe««<l Honnal School— Yh« EndloK Jolr Dl, lOOt. 

SUPPORT. 

PayroLs I10.8M.O0 

Maintenance 7.80B.02 

t24,2Se.01 

RBPA1R8. 

C. A. Nra, treasurer t7«>.00 

Moorhead National Bank, treasurer 005.28 



Moorhead National Bank, treasurer, bills t31.60 

LIBRARY. 

C, A. Nyo, treasurer, blUa W5.22 

Moorhead National Bank, treasurer, bills 33.09 

Total for Moorhead Normal School 

Dalnth Noraal School— Ynr BBdloK jBly SI, l»OI. 

BUILDING. 

First National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants for 

buildlns, includlnK services and expenses of otDcers. . . 183,017.63 

St. Peter Hospital- Year Rndlnv July 31- UHll. 

SUPPORT. 

Payrolls WB.000.78 

Maintenance 108,238.50 

To trErnsfer to .^.fioka aejclunminnirt luacl. as per sec. 13, 

chap. 283, G. L, 1809 18,4ns,21 



tl88.853.B8 



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AUDITOR OF aTATB. 205 

EtEPAIKS. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer. Bundry warranta t3,0T2.8I 

First National Bank, treasurer, lundry warrants S.US2.M 

t5,103.T5 

SHuKBSTACK. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants 13,100.78 

— — 13, 100. TO 

KITCHEN. 

First National Bank, treasurer, bills mss 

J92.BS 

HEATING PLANT. 

First National Bank, treasurer, Bundr>- warrants 1296.85 

t2B9.8li 

SLAUGHTER HOUSE. 

NIeollet County Bank, treasurer, bills tS6.00 

$3600 

REPAIRING FLOORS. ETC. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants (457.28 

MBT.28 

. NORTB ATTACHED WARD. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer ties.SS 

First National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants S.Oes.13 

R23T.«a 

LAUNDRY. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants t5,OST.23 

Fh-st National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrams 4,886.66 

«0,8BB.80 

ROOFING LAUNDRY BUILUINQ AND EXTENSION. 

Nicollet County Bank, treasurer, bills (202.63 

First National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants T,3&8.S6 

tT,645.89 

Total for St. Peter Hospital 1216.682.09 

Roetacaler Bospltal — V«>r Badlnc July 31, IftOl. 

■ SUPPORT. 

Payrolls l6*.Bffr.82 

Maintenance 108,134.10 

To transfer to Hastinss a^lum support lund, as per sec. 

14. Ohap. 283, O. L. iSSS lB,lia72 

(letaao.H 



Rmhester National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants... (4,000.00 



Rochester National Bank, treasurer, sundry warrants (431.10 

(431.10 

Total' for Rootaester Hospital tl9fl.2Sl.!4 

Perms Falls Hospital— Year ElMdln* Jalr 31, 1901. 

SUPPORT. 

Payrolls (18,066.09 

Maintenance 114.461.36 

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BIENNIAL REPORT 

RBFAIRB. 
Bknk, tree«urer, aunOry Wkiruita. 

VEOETABLB CBLLAR. 
FerffUB Falls National Btmli, treasurer, aundr; warrant*. 

QREENROUBB. 
Ferfus Fall* National Bank, treaaurer, sundry warrant*. 

COLD STORAQB. 
Ferpj* Falll National Bank, treasurer, bills 



Total for FercuB Falls Hoapttal... 



Flnl a>d Second State Aarliim*— Year Bndlns Jaly 81, 1901. 

AN0KA-FIB8T ASYLUU. 



HASTINQS-SBCOND A8YLDH. 



Huntenanc. 



AaolEai Aaylwas Sapport. 



Baatlas* Aa/lan) Sapport 



HASTINQS ASYLUM-LIVB STOCK. 
First National Bank, treasurer, bills 



Total for state asylur 



Soldier** Hoaie— Ve«r BadlBK July > 

SUPPORT, 



I. H. B. Beebee, secretaiy, salary, 1 m 
I. H. B. Beebee. aecretary, expenses.. 
Geo. N. Lamphere, secretary, salary 1 
OflO. N. Lamphere, secretary, expenaei 

Maintenance 

Expense* of board meetins* 



. 1901. 

tl50.00 



WATER SUPPLY. 



Sundry warrants 

Total for Boldten' Home. . . 



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School for tke Deaf— Year BMdlnK Jair 31> 1901. 

SUPPORT. 



SS5?i^ie ■.■:■- 


E4:23S^ 






tH.818.61 






REPAIRS. 








(2,000.00 






VIXOOM 






NEW ROOF AND PIPING. 








t8.220.T6 






tS.220.T6 


WELL. PUMPa BTC. 








»8,000.00 






ta;ooo.oo 






Total for School tor the Deaf 




HB,sse.se 



1 for the Bllnd-Voar ■odlaB Joly «, 1901. 

BUFPORT, 



Sundry warranta 

REPAIRS TO SBWAUE. 



Sundry wairanta 

Total tor School lor the Blind.. 



: 'SM 






t800.00 


tsoaoo 




iTeo.oo 


1760.00 





Sflhool for the Feeble-HlaAed— Year BadlBK JdIt SI. IBOl. 

SUPPORT. 



Sundry -9 

COTTAQBS. 



tM,S0S.B4 
81,eS0.30 

tiae,4n.o« 



Sundry 



LAUNDRY MACHINERY. 
Labor and molerlal t2U.81 







State Pablie School— Year Badlaa Jaly SI, IMt. 




SUPPORT. 















t4S.032.6e 



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208 BIENNIAL REPORT 

AQBNCT. 

H. J. Jager, salary- and expenses 11,883.06 

H. A. Davlea, salary and expenses 1.54U.43 

Frank l.«nlB. nulary and expenses 2.677,18 

Oeo. D. Holt, salary and expenses Tfl.SH 

tG.185.S} 

be: PAIRS. 
Sundry warrants tl.DOO.OO 

tl.500.00 

BEMODELmo OLD BUILDINO. 

Bills tlJW.TO 

tieB.70 

IMPROVEMENTS. 

Sundry warrants 16,000.00 

16,000.00 

T»tal for State Public School (C3,ei7.76 

Slate TmIdIbk School— Veap Bnains Jair .tl, l»ni. 

Payrolls t3S,219.Zt 

Maintenance 41.10B.1S 

166,324.37 

AGENCY. 

Sundry warrants t3.2T2.96 

»,2T2.S0 

BEFAIBB. 

Sundry warrants ti.T!S.01 

IiV73.01 

LIBRARY. 

Sundry warrants 1144.63 

(144.03 

ABTBBIAN WELL-DKnciEKCY. 

Sundry w«rranls 1323.07 

$323.67 

AGENT'S ASSISTANT. 

Sundry warrants tl,0ia40 

Transfer to "agency" 60.12 

tl.063.S2 

QIRLS- BUILDING. 

Sundry warranta Sl.332.34 

Transfer to "support fund" 1.067.00 

f3.00O.O0 

MANUAL TRAINING. 
Sundry warrants n.654.93 

tl.664.Sa 

Total (or State Training School (78,657.00 

State Re rorma lory— Year BBdln* Jalr SI. lAOl. 

SUPPORT. , 

Payrolls 124.747.04 

Maintenance SB.BBS.OO 

K4,40O.O4 

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AUDITOR OP STATE. 

lUPROV EMENTS. 



I6.238.4S 
ta,228.42 



t2.ooo.aa. 



REPAIRS. 

m^„ w^„u nm» ^^^ 

NEW CELL WINQ. 

•""' ""■"•■ 5:^^ „,,„,, 

ADMIN I8TRATION BUIU)INQ, 
•""^ '""-"•■■ '"■'"■'° IKJIIIO 

FARM IMPROVEMENT AND REVOLVING FUND. 

Authorised tranafer of part of the current expeiue fund 

to a. fann Improvemant and revolving fund: 
Sundry warriLnts for farm machinery, atock, toola, etc... tS.000.S2 

REPAIRS MAIN BDILDIKO. 

Sundry worranta t6.4I0.S3 

10,410.01 

WATER PLANT. 

Sundry warrants tSM.06 

tSM.06 

Total for State Reformatory f94,T9e.T3 

State PrIaoD— YcKr EaMnx Jaly 31, 1001. 

SUPPORT. 

Payrolls 148.990.2* 

BipensM 68,886,68 

tnO.881.92 

Transfer to reformatory "support fund" t3,2S6.1S 

J3.266.19 

tI14.I4S.ll 
REPAIRS. 

Sundry warrante S1.S0E.6S 

tl .895.68 

MACHINERY. 

Billa t447.00 

I44T.B0 

REVOLVINa FUND. 

(Chapter 163. ISSl.) 

For the purchase of raw material for tne manufacture 

of binding twine, repaid by the sales of twine; 
Sundry warrants for the purchase of raw material and 

the manufacture of Nanie M14.77R1S 

t4I4,n&18 

Total (or Slate Prison t880,Te9.S2' 



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BIENNIAL HEPOHT 

State iBBtttntlana I nan ranee— Ten r BndInK Jnly H 

premluma paid on state property aa follows: 



Capitol 

Capitol library 

State fair bii'lidiiiKB '.'.'.'. 

University 

State public school 

TralntoK school 

SchMl for the blind 

Srhoo] for feeble-minded. 

School for the deaf 

Mankato normal school. . 
Winona normal school... 
St. Cloud normal school. 
Moorhead normal school. 

Reformatory 

Boldlors' home 

Rochester hospital 

St. Peter hospital 



Board ot State Cnpttol Connalssla aerv— Yvar EadlBS July SI, IDOl. 

(Construction of new state capltol.) 

F. G. Hanson, secretary, salary tl.S50.00 

F. B. Hanson, secretary, sundry bills 48.34 

John Boland, superintendent, salary LHOO.OO 

Fred Sommers, clerk, salary 720.00 

Hcnt 420.00 

PER DIEM AND EXPENSES OF COMUI98IONERS. 

B. H. Corliss 487.70 

Eldgnr Weaver 314.04 

H. W. Lamberton 222,90 

Cbanntns Beabury 0S0.4H 

C. H, Qraves 404.80 

Geo. A. Du Tolt 18808 

John De Lalttre g7.0o 



1000. 
Aug. 8. Cass Gilbert, 2 2-10 per cent on 5th estimate 

for dome 3T2.81 

AuB. 8. BuUer-Ryan Co., Bth estimate for dome IB.923.21 

Aug. a. Butlar-Hyan Co., freight, drayage, etc ia.«7 

Aug. 6. Knauft & Finch, Insurance on plaster model... 00.00 

Sept. 7. Butler-Ryan Co., 6th estimate on dome 29.968.34 

Sept. 10. Cass Gilbert. 2 2-10 per cent on 6th estimate for 

dome 650.30 

Oct. 4. Cass Gilbert, S 2-10 per cent on 7th estimate tor 

dome 827.70 

Oct. 4. Butler-Ryan Co., account contract 7th estimate 

(or dome Z8.S33.7B 

Oct. 4. Butler-Ryan Co., worK In superintendent's of- 



Kov. IS. Butler-Ryan Co., Sth estimate on dome 10.880.68 

Nov. IS. Butler-Ryan Co.. 9th estimate on dome 18,380.7B 

Nov. IS. Cass Gilbert, 2 2-10 per cent on 8th and gth 

estimate for dome 66S.94 

Dec. B. Butler-Ryan Co., 10th estimate on dome 23,623.88 

Dec. B. Butlei^Ryan Co., SSd estimate on building 10,000.00 

Dec. 6. Caaa Gilbert, 2 2-10 per cent on SSd estimate 

for butldlng 220.00 

Dec 6. CasB Qllbert, 2 2-10 per cent on lOtb estimate 

for dome S10.7S 

Dec 81, Merchants' National BttMk, 60 coupons. No. 6 

a808 Issue of certlfleatM-af Indebtedness).. 1,000.00 

Dec. SI. Merchants' National Bank, 80 coupons. No. S 

(1808 Issue Of certlQcates of Indebtedness).. 1,600.00 

1001 
Jan. 2. National German- American Bank, coupon of 

,.™.. , _. __^,___..g pj Indebtedness).. 400.00 

', coupons 301-B02 



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Jan. 7. Cua OUbert, 2 2-10 per cent on 11th eatlmate 

for dome 251.74 

Jan. 7. Butler- Ryan Co., 11th eBtlmate (or dome 11,*42.77 

J»n. 9. Pioneer PreHB Co., 600 blanluj 4.S0 

Feb. 9. Cass Qllbert, 2 2-10 i^er cent on 12th CBthnate 

for dome 168.5fi 

Feb. 7. Pioneer PresB Co., letter heads e.&O 

Feb. & Butler-ityan Co., 12tti esUmste on lome 7,S62.te 

Har. S. CasB Qllbert. 2 2-10 per cent on 13th estimate 

for dome 1S8.6S 

Mar. e. Butler-Ryan Co., IStti estimate on dome 7,212,64 

AprlllS. Cb-m Gilbert, expenses of Inspector 120.29 

AprlllT. Pioneer Press Co., reports 81.00 

Hay 10. Cass Gilbert, 2 2-10 per cent on Ittb estimate 

for dome 84.90 

Hay 10. BuUer-Ryan Co., 14th estimate on dome S.85B.12 

June 5. Cass Gilbert, commissioner 289.20 

June B. Dispatch Printing Co.. advertising 28.25 

June 7. Dally News Publishlns Co.. advertising 22.60 

June 7. Butler-Ryan Co., ISth eatlmate on dome 8,14S.52 

June 7. Butler-Ryan Co., 84tta estimate on general con- 
struction 5,000.00 

June 7. The Globe Co., advertlBlng 28.2G 

June 8. Pioneer Press Co 28.26 

July 1. Merclmnte' National Bank, Interest on certifi- 
cates 261 to 300, Inclusive 1,000.00 

July 1. MerchaotH' National Bank, 80 certificates of 

indebtedness and Interest 81,000.00 

July 2. National German-American Bank, certlflcates 

231 to 2SD, Inclusive, and Interest 20,400.00 

July B. Pioneer Press Co., advertising 28.26 

July S. Dispatch Printing Co, advertising 28.25 

Jtily 0. BuUer-Ryan Co., letb estimate on dome 4,000.18 

July B. Butler- Ryan Co., SOtb estimate on general 

construction 9,000.00 

July 6. Cass Gilbert, commission 217.80 

July 8. J. H, Block, state treasurer. Interest on certi- 
ficates 801 and 802 2,000,00 

Relief of ■!»« WBFd— V*ar BndlMC Jaly SI, 1801. 

Jane Ward, allowance as per chapter 343, Q. I~ 1897, ua„^ 

an chapter 314, G. V. 1601 *"°-0° 

Relief of BUlea Knsh— Year ElndlBK Jnl)r 81, l&Ol. 

Ellen Bosh, allowance, 12 months, as per ch^ter 306, .„„,„ 

G. L. 1891 "«>.00 

Rnsslan Tblstle. 

I>ec. 28. Troas. Redwood county, destruction of weeds.. M-BO 

Feb. ]. Treas. Stearns county, destruction of weeds 78.80 

Feb. 2H. Treas. Watonwan county, destruction of weeds. S*-"i 

Mar. 26. Treaa. Cottonwood county, dertruction of weeds 2TB.B8 

Reeopd ETldence of Land Titles. 

Aug. D. H. I-. Shirley, register, recording deeds Wilkin 

county ■ I12.7B 

Aug. 26. Herman Nelson, register, recording deeds Mur- 

ray county 34.90 

Sept. 26. C. E. Green, register, recording deeds Anoka 

conty 6.28 

Dec 28. ReBlBter of deeds Benton county, recording 

deeds leS-lO . 

Jan. 2B. Register of deeds 1-ac qui Parle county, re- 

cording deeds 9.2S 

Hay 14. ReKlster of deeds Red Lake county, recording 

deeds 12-00 

July 12. Register of deeds Kandiyohi county, recording 

deeds 97.95 



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BIBNNIAL RBPOBT 



a In Civil and ladlnii IVnn 

t2.OSO.00 



PlBli Batehcrr. 



IialcewocMl Ccmetcrr ABaoolatlon. 



1901. 

Mu. 2. Uerchanta- NaUonal Bank. St. Cloud 

April B. J. J. Foteom. invitatloiu. 

^rll la J. F. Cnlf, pomtage. 



. J. F. Cnis, post 
R. O. Shliley ft 



Shliley ft Co., lumber.. 



CTIclia^BMBB «iA Chattaavova Monau 



Oct. 10. Jobn B. Beattv, expenua 

Oct. IS. J. W. Bishop, expeiues 

Oct. 18. A. H. Seed, ffzpenaes 

Oct. 18. J. C. Donabower. expenses.. 



trl9.TS 
S2.80 
62.75 
SB.SO 



TwlB CItr JoebcT CI«b. 

■ setUe- 



Road Bad Brldae Approprlatloas— Year 

(Internal Improvement Fund.) 

Beltrami County— BemldJI and Qlackduck road 

Becker County— Becker county bridge 

Benton County— Benton county highway 

Benton and Stearns Counties— RuMGirB ferrjr brldfe 

Cottonwood County— Bridge 

Dakota County— Township of Sclota biidKC 

Jackson County— Dea Moines rlvar bridge 

Mower County— Do ubins Creek bridge 

Renville County— Mud Creek bridge 

Sibley County— Cottonwood CreektrldgB 

Wilkin County-Bddge 

Wright Coupty— Bridge 



Presidential Electors. 



. U. Qeo. A, Whitney, per dieia and mileage.. 

. IB. O. K. Naessth, par diem and mileage 

. IB. Wm. B. Ijee, per diem and mileage 

, 15. Bdwln Dunn, per diem and mileage 

. 24. Carl WIrth, per diem and mileage 

24. Jobn L. Dodge, per diem and mileage.... 

, 24. J. C. Donavan, per diem and mileage 

, 24. John h. GeMell, per diem and mileage... 

. 24. H, W. atone, per diem and mileage 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



InTCaled Sohaol Pnad. 





(400.00 

; TOoioO 
400.00 
600.00 
B00.0(> 




(SOO.UO 

SffiS 

eoo.Qo 

H0O.0O 
















Dtatrlct No. 47 , 

District No, 27. 






SKrictNoiioS::::;::::::: 

Total 

CottonTTOod Coontr— 

DHtriel No. 67 


ToUl 

AdoIu Covntr— 

DlBtriot No. 2T 


(B.B00.00 

(000.00 
10.000,00 


(4.760.00 




: tZ^ 




(10,000.00 

(600.00 

aooioo 


"lilfl-l:::::::::: 

DUtrct No. 8T 




























Crow W1»B Coantr- 




Dlatrct No. 74 


:: V^^ 
























Bellran.1 Conntr- 


(700.00 










gL'trtSSoJlv.::::::::; 




600.00 














°£?a?;rct''sr}s: 




S;K.'ffi."23".r:::::: 


:: "USS 


*?S!-SS 




District No. 04 




:: . SS 




(1.3004X1 




Dodfte Connly— 








(8.148.00 

(200.00 

400.00 

(1.44T.00 

(1,900.00 
3,000.00 
400.00 

(4,700.00 

(2,000.00 

14,000;00 










Benton C»nntf— 

District No. 17 

District No. 33 




F«tl»anll Connir— 






District No. 105. 




BlB Stone CoitatT— 


















Freeborn Connir— 














District No. ™.".T?7 












(3,»00.00 




°gSSl!rs"l:::::::::::: 








♦10.B00.0O 

(S60.0U 
1,000.00 

(l.BCiO.OO 

(600.00 

;■. Booioo 

'.'. B,000:00 






XStl 










»i,aoo.oo 

(600.00 


TotaJ 

Chl«p«wa Connir— 


«!.";S"KS."?3l"r. 

District No. 19. 












District No. 10^ 

Total 


















aj.000.00 


iBoaoo 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Bnbbard CoUBly — 

Dtatrlct No. ft 

DIatrict No. ». 

DlBtHct No. « 

District No. 43 

DlBtiicC No. 44 

BlHtrlot No. 42 

DlBtriot No. 17 

Twp, of Badoura 

Twp. of Manthrop 

Twp. of Heart Lake 

Twp. of Luke Port 

Total 

Jarltaon Conntr — 

District No. 11 

DIatrict No. 118. 

DlBtrlct No. 83 

DlBtrlet No. 84 

DlBtrlct No. lift 

ToUl 

Kaaitbec ConBtr— 

District No, 22 

DlBtriot No. 26. 

District No. a5 

DlBtrlct No, 28 

District No. ft 

DiBtrict No. 27 

DIatrict No. 31 

Dtotrtct No. 2« 

DiBirlct No. 9U 

Twp. or Kraachel 

Twp. of H.liman , 

Twp. ol BruQBWlcli 

Twp, of Southtork 

Twp. Of Peace 

Total 

Kaadlyolil Comnty- 

County loaji 

Total 

KlttBOD Count]'— 

DlBtrlct No. 17. 

DlBtrlct No. 63. 

DiBtrict No, 84. 

DiBtrict No. 84 

County loan 

Total 

lait Qui Parle OovBtr— 

DlBtrlct No. SB. 

DlBtrlct No. 47 

Total 

Lake Conatr— 

DlBtrlct No. 4 

Total 

Lincoln Cod air— 

DiBtrict No. 81. 

Total 

Ltob Coaatr— 

DlBtriot No. S3. 

DiBtrict No. 64 

DiBtrict No. 43 

DIatrict No. SB 

Total 



MOI 




































''S8S 


Ji'! 


1.000 




fi83a> 


DO 



H«I«od Coaatr — 
DIatrict No. M..... 

Total 

Haraluill Coantr— 

DiBtrict No. 30 

DIatrict No. 80 

District No. 84 

Total 



DIatrict No. lia 

I Total 

' Meeker Ooantr— 

' DiBtrict No. 61 

' County loan 

Total 

H1U« Idea CoantT— 



DiBtrict No. 44... 

DIatrict No. 8... 

District No. 21... 

District No. 71... 



District No. SB... 



I Mtyirer Coaatr— 

DiBtrict No, 1... 



fSDO.OU 
lOO.UU 
84.00 

aw. 00 

8,11U.1<1 



DiBtrict No. 14. 

District No. 66.. 
District No, 54.. 



tl,BOO.< 

|I,600.( 



DiBtrict No. I . 
DIatrict No. ea.. 

i Total 

Nobles CouatT— 

> DiBtrict No, 98.,. 
District No. 92... 



Distri. 



No. : 



I Xorman Covnty— 



»1.70li.(H 

tesoM 



fSOO-WI 
390.00 
700,00 
700.00 
UO.0O 
483.0U 
200.00 

aco.oo 



S700.0U 
8U0.0O 
800.00 



(Goaoo 

42S.0O 

9oaoo 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



•SKrtS'NS-MT...... 
















































Plae Conntr- 




































TotB] 

PtpcBtnne Canntr— 


J3.5SO.lM 














Total 

Polk Cvnntr— 


|2,2«.m> 




2:<o.m 






^'p.^«r8Ui?^n.'::::: 


6.5Q0.UI7 






Total 


W.660.IW 






















Red Luke Conntr— 

■Dtalrlct No. 11-.,:. 


:: ^iS 








' — taeooou 


BvdwiKMl Oonnty- 


















Diatrtot No. 3....:::::: 
















Renvl le ConntT-— 




























U.K^.fW 



Rloe Canntr — 

District No. 128 & 110, Joint 

with Le aueur county. . . $450,00 

Total H60.00 

Rock Connty— 

District No. 45 (BOCOO 

Total (1W0,«) 

St. Lonla ConntT^ 

District No. iS. M0O.0O 

District No. 85. iJ.OUO.OU 

District No. 31 l.OOO.OO 

District No. 124 B.OOO.tW 

Twp. of Stunts 15,000.00 

Total f21,40a00 

Hherburne ConntT— 

District No. 4» (276.00 

District No. 26. 4<X),00 

Total 1870,00 

St en r KB Conntv^ 

District No. 162. ISOaOO 

District No. 187 MOO.OO 

District No. 78. 400.00 

pirtrict No. 78. 1W.W 

Biiitrfcl No. 188. 000,00 

District No. 102 3.000.00 

District No. ISO. 1.000.00 

District No. 18S tHIO.OO 

Total *7,0TO,00 

StcTCna Conntr— 

DistHct No. 81 leoaoo 

District No. 43 600.00 

District No. 64, Joint with 

Grant county SOftUO 

Total tl"»00.00 

Swift Coantr— 

District No. 86 1350.00 

District No. 87 2,500.00 

DlatHct No. 86 400.00 

Dtatdot No. 42 600.00 

Total t3,7S0;00 

Todd Coanty— 

District No. 13L tSOaOO 

Twp, of Kandota 600,M| 

Total (800.00 

Trarerae Coauty — 

District No. 22 »S,000.00 

District No. 87. SOO.tW 

District No. 68, 500.00 

Total 16,000.00 

Wadeun Coanly— 

District No. 90, I8S0.00 

District No. 46, 500.00 

Total 11,150.00 

IVaton^mn Connty-« 

District No. 14 MIO.W 

District No, 15 1,000,00 

District No. 55. 3.100.00 

Total tt.510.00 



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BIUNNIAL. REPORT 



WlllclB Const* 



A'elloir Hedlelne ConmtT-~~ 



District No. SS. 


«1,000.W 














































VrlKht CoBntr— 


teoo.ou 














S0U0.110 


I380.82B.19 



(Permanent School Fund.) 



zeo.ooo.DO 

100,000.00 



leoa 



laveBtcd School Fand Bonds — latere 

(OenerBl achoolFuDl.) 

, Interest on 
ezcbaaKe on 



-f capttol certlQcateg. .. 

Aug. IS. Aug. T. Koerner, state treasu 

remittances to New York.. 
Oct. 13. Aug. T. Koerner. state t 

coupons 

IML 
July 12. J. H. Block, aLate treasurer, eicbangc on cou- 

July 23. J. H. Block,'statetreMu™V,'4iiohanBe'!!.";!;.* 
July 20. National (jjerman- American Bank, premium, in- 



July 1 



and e 



. J. H. Block, state treasurer, express on coupons 

Invested UnlTeraltx Fand Bonds. 

(Permanent University Fund.) 



1020.00 
1S4.60 



3T.84 
2.4S3.40 



leoo. 

B«pt. 34. Village of Campt>ell. vtllkin county, loan 
Oct. 2T, Village of Elmors, Faribault county, loan. 



lUTeated Unlvrraltr Pond Bonds— lnt« 

(General University Fund.) 





glnla century bonds at 1930 




^■v. 


t3T.9OO.0O 


In 




Bonds— Inte 


i»oa 

Aug. IB. 


Aug. T. Koerner. state treasurer, Interest on 


(76.87 


Aug. 20, 


Aug. T. Koerner, state treasurer, express on 30 


D^. 81. 




2.60 




. 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AXJDITOR OP STATE. 



In-reated St>te iBatltatloua Pand Honda. 

Mar. 21. J. H. Block, state lrea«ur«r, 100 M Virginia „ 

century bonds . I86.B8Q.00 

InTMted Sl«te InBtltutluDa Fnal Bond*— Inter rat. 

im. 

Har. 31. 3. H. Block, state treasurer, Kcorued Interest 

on ttonda MSa.SS 

Slate Fnnffllns Bond*. 

Principal. 
£>eci. ai. Aus. T. Koemer, state treasurer, redemption 

of 70 bonds 170,000,00 

Dec 27. AuE. T. Koerner, stale treasurer. Interest on 

D«c 27. Auc. T. Koerner, state trcaasurer, exchange... 

leoi. 

Jan. 14. J. H. Block, state treasurer, commission on 
purcbaae at bonds 

Julr A. J. H. Block, state treasurer, interest due July 
1. IWl 

July B. J, H. Block, state troaeurer, ezobanBe 

tTO.000.00 
Total for funding' tax fund 

ttefomi Soliool TiOan, 

IWl. 

July 8. Szchnnge National Bank, Beneca Falls, reform 

Bcliool certlficatee redeemed 110,000.00 

July S. Antonio ZlKnego, reform school certlflcates re- 
deemed E.000.00 

July 19. The Mutual Life Insurance Co.. N. T., reform 

school certldcates redeemed lOO.OOO.OO 

Rrfom) aehool Loan — Intereat. 

leca. 

July IB. The Mutual Ufe Insurance Co.. N, Y., Interest 

on certificates tSOO.OO 

Intereat OB Minnesota State Capitol Cerllflcatea. 

IBOl, 
Jan. 2. mrst National Bank, 10 coupons. Nob. 303 to 

S12 Inclusive (TGO.OO 

Jan. S. Aug T. Koemer, state treasurer, coupons Nob. 

HU. 333, 1, 313, 8, 334-811. Inclusive B.IOO.OO 

Jan. B. First National Bank, coupons 342 and S43 UO.OO 

July 1. First NBtlonal Bank, coupons 303-312 TIW.OO 

July S, J. H. Block, state treamrer, osvponi B,100JII> 

July 18. J. H. Block, state treasurer, coupons 342 and 343 1S0,00 

VcBsoI TonnaK* Taaes—Vear B>adluB Jnly 31, 1901. 

Treasurer of 8t. Louis county, one-half of taxes 1S9S and 

1900 $0,466,38 



1482.88 



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BIBNNIAL HUPUUT 



APPOBTIONBD BOHOOL FCND-TKAB SSDTSQ JULY 81, l»l. 





ApimrtioniDont. 


Msn^lSOI 




Knmber 


AmoDnt. 


Noinber 


Amonut. 




1,136 

sm 

II 

8,441 

866 
3,810 

1.480 

■2.mi 

4,S3( 

IS 

4.213 
3,351 

\z 

2;8i; 

2.358 

IS 

»,2S4 
2,964 
3,74; 

6;04{ 

18,088 
2,78,1 
1,486 
3.411 

3:49£ 


$3,010.46 
6,354.70 
8.768.20 

•4,004.8! 

2S:K 

7,327,2 

lil 

7,091.49 

.7,796^0 
11,406.60 

7,588.40 
0,870.30 
2.423,2( 

S,S98.70 
6.124.15 

1,250.80 

tESS 
•;:SS 

12,020.40 

5.107.50 
9,462.6( 

9,'449.B( 

7,009. 2.> 
7.ir.7.6i 
7,722.10 
8.652.2r 
12,33.'i.75 
28,81B.fl: 

Sis 

••7;io4:2) 

7:854:8( 
14!264;k 

411 

3:884: 9( 
9.055.06 
ai,641,40 
9,272.35 


1.13S 
2.49t 

11 
IB 

2.73k 

' li 

2,BK 
6^25: 

11 

3,3K 
2!35r 

4.536 
i;9R 

4:21; 
8.351 

b:56( 

lieej 

;8o; 
I701 

'M 
s 

^■S 
fS 

5.SB! 

M 

^ ,7B! 
,466 

3,417 
































































SSL^^:-:::-:::::;":-:-.:::" 


S;S 






































































































































































































Iil^.::::::::::::::::'.".".v;;::::::::::;:..: 





,Cooi^lc 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 219 

AFPOSTIODED SCHOOL FUHD-YBAR SNDINQ JULY Bl, ISOI.— Continued. 





October tSOD 
AppontonmeDt. 


UkrohlWl 
Apportlooment. 




Nnmber 


Amount. 


Nnmber 


Am9Qnt. 


- 


1,T80 
1,T8B 

IS 

3.13B 


8,807.75 


S.SIS 
5.07O 
2,0M> 


2.3HT.GO 


















































Total* 


341, see 


tao4,3ea.s« 


841.609 


(427.512.10 



•looludes Bupplementary tor Oct, 18un. 
tindudes aupplemeDtary for Oot., 1900. 
■*Iitclud(« supplementBTy for March, 1000. and Oct., 1S99. 

I.«Md Ool lection Feem. 

Fees pAld to c< 

land*, for the yeaL _ 

Tot school land collection* 

For nnlveralty land colleotlOD* 

For Internal improvement land collections. . 
For state loBtltutlona land collection* 



1900. 

Oct. *. E. BJom«on, refundment on W14 NWli 16-118-42 

Oct. 24. Anna ElaKln, refundment on Lot 4-lS-IOS-S 

Oct, 26, M. WlckHtrom. refundment on Lot 4-14-40-2S 

Nov. 14. T. F. KochLand'Co.V'refuildroenVon SWii M!- 

43-20 

Nov. 14. T. F. Koch Land Co., refundment on SW^ S2> 



IBOl. 
Jan. 24. State treasurer, 

(Bwamp) 

Jan. 26. H. F. Meyer, refund: 



iCundment 



136-31 

Feb. 16. MlUe LacB Lum 

8E« 3B-3S-2T 
Feb. Ifl, " 



ber Co,, 



tl3.S4 
30.00 



It ■ on ' ii ww' swii ■ 14- 

it ' on" NWU' swii ' 14- 
refiindment on NWM 
refundment on NW!4 

BiEiiL"SEivl"3»- 



. QuBtBff 

SEl* 86-38-27 

Har. 21. Anna M. Warner, refundment 

B0-2T 

April 11. Henry Logran, refundment on SWW 30-112-21 .. , 
wSiy 7. A. P. Toupan, refundment on WW SE« 88-1B1-44 
June 12. John Bchllts, refundment on I^ts 0-10-11, Bee. 

36-114-SS 

Totals 



1900. 

Auk. T. SQndr7 relief* . 

Auc, 10. Bundrr relief* . 

Auk. 17. Sundry reliefs . 



Soldlem' Rrtlvf. 



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BIENNIAL. REPORT 



Au(. 21. F. H. Thorn, aKSOt, tranaportatlon 

AuK' 2S- Sundry retlefs 

Auk. '£3. SuDilry reliefs 

Sept. T. Sundry rellele I 

B«pt. 10. Job. RldKe, relief o[ H. A. KenlBton 

Bept, 12. F. H. Thorn, agent, relief of Jaa. WUllklM. ... 

Sept. IT. Sundry rellela 

S^it. IT. Sundry reliefs 

Bept. 30. C. Thompson, acrent. transportation for J. 'W 

Pyke 

B«pt. SS. A. R. McQUI. P. H., poatage 

Sept. SO. Sundry Tellets 

Oct. B. Sundry reliefs 

Oct 19. Sundry reliefs 

Oct. 23. Sundry rellefa 

Oct. 2S. P. H. Thorn, agent, relief of Geo. Hovey 

Oct. 26, Sundry reliefs 

Nov. H. Sundry reliefs 

Nov. 10. Sundry reliefs 

Nov. 12. John F. Stone, relief of Mary Osier 

Not. 10. Sundry reliefs 

Nov. 20. Terza Bros. & Co., relief 

Nov. 28. Sundry reliefs 

Nov. 28. Sundry reliefs 

Dec. 6. A. B., McGlll, P, H., poatage 

Dec 10. Sundry reliefs 

Dec. IT. Sundry reliefs 

Deo. 2T. Sundry reliefs 

Dec 81. Sundry relleta 

IBOl. 

Jan, 8. Smith Bros., balance voucher No. 21003 

Jan. 9. Sundry reliefs 

Jan. 11. A. A. Ames, medical examinations 

Jan. 14. Sundry reliefs 

Jan. IS. Sundry reliefs 

Jan. 2*. Sundry reliefs 

Jan, 28. F, H. Thorn, relief of O. D. Jones 

Jan, 20. Sundry reliefs 

Jan. St, ■W. C. RuBsell, relief of Louis Kost 

Peb, 1, J, O, BJnrnstad, relief of A. OlaOn 

FeD. B. Sunrtry reliefs 

Peb. 15. A, R, McGlll. P. M,. postage 

Feb, W. Sundry- reliefs 

Peb, ffiv, flundry re''efB 

Peb, 2fl. Sundry reliefs 

Mar. 12. Sundry reilefs 

Mar. 13, Sundry reliefs 

Mar. 28. Sundry reliefs 

Bfar. 28. Sundry reliefs 

Mar, 29. Qran MlIIIrR Co., relief of A. N. Allguer 

April B, Sundry reliefs 

April 11. Sundry reliefs 

April 18, Sundry reliefs 

April 22, A. R, Mcaill. P. M„ postage 

April 22, M, B, Maltrtad, relief Of Ju, Smith 

April 2a. Sundry reliefs 

April 30, Sundry reliefs 

Hay 8. Sundry reliefs 

May B. Dr, J, W, Rutlodge, eiamlnatlone 

May 8, Garner Grocery * Mnfg. Co., balance on war 

rant No. 25320 

May 20. Sundry reliefs 

May 21, Sundry reliefs 

May 28. V. C. Russell, transportation 

May 31. Sundry reliefs 

May 81. Benson Bros,, relief of Geo, B. Tucker 

June 6. Sundry reliefs 

June 10. Sundry reliefs 

June 18. Sundry reliefs 

July 1. Sundrv reliefs \v^^:i" 

July B. J. E, Bradlev. balance on warrant No. 2T048. . 

July R Sundry reliefs 

July 11. Sundry reliefs 

July IT. A. R. McOlll. P. M„ postage 

July 1". Sundry reliefs vVmIo;'"' 

July 2S. Wm, Searles. balance on warrant No. 28485... 

Transfer to "Soldiers' Home Support" 

Total 



036.00 

1.068.60 

1,053.00 

12.00 



1,8T9.S0 
1,18*. 44 
3,16*1.05 



1,046,00 
1,2BT,00 
876.00 



l,n02 2S 
1,T21.C« 
1.8(»,«T 



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AUDITOR OF STAXa 



Apvortloainen 



to Fire CompBBlea. 



Warrants Issued to tha truaurers ol the several cities and vUlsges tor the uae 
ol tile Are depanmenla thereof, and to tbe treasurers ol the several rellsl asaoda^ 
tlons in accordaace with the ■latemeiit of the Insuniace oommlMloaer, dated July 
Ist, IBUI, ror the y«ar cndliic July SI, 1901, as toUowa: 

atj, Tvm or TlU*»o. 

Adrian i;;.*;i!";;";"!'.;'. 

Aitkin 

Albert Lea'cF.'ii. KX).'.' 

Aldan 

Alexandria 

Appieton 

Arunsten 

■ Austin ..'.v.'.";''.'."".'.'.'.!'. 

BamesvlUe 

Belgrade 

BdlB Plaiue 

BcmiJJl 

Benson 

Bird Island 

BliM Barth 

Brainu^ !.'.''.'.',,'.'.'^ 

Brandon 

BreckaniidKe 

Brooten 

Bmwerville 

Caledonia 

Cannon f^lls 

Cailton 

Gbaaka ".'.'."■'.'■'■'.'.'■'.'■'■'.'■'■'.'.". 

Chatfield 

Clearwater 

Cloquet 

Cold Spring 

Colosae 

Courtland 

CrookMon 

Delano ..'. 

Detroit 

Dodte Centre 

Duluth (F. D, R. A.) 

Bast Qracd Forks 

Bden Vaii^'.'.'.V. '.".'. '.!'.*.*'," 

Elbow Lake 

E^Kln 

Eatswonh 

Elmore 

Ely 

Evansvllle 

Excelsior 

Fairmont 

Faribault (F. D, R. A.>.. 

PerBuB Falli'.'.',' .',',' .V,'.',^".'. 

Fertile 

Fisher 

Footon 

Fulda 

Ctarlord 

Gibbon 

aiencoe 

Olenville 

Glenwood 

Good Thunder 

GraeevUIa 

Grand Meadow 



nonnt. City, Town or Vlllase. Amount. 

*tu!.lK) Grand Rapids T0.E9 

lti.eil Granite Falls tti.SQ 

41. U Green lale S^T 

W.IT UaltOCk 4e.£2 

12.32 Ualatad 34^ 

2a».t(6 Hancock 23.06 

24.06 Hartiand :.... ID^ 

74.27 Uastlnss 103.40 

80,^4 Hayneld laSl 

12ti.31 Hector 32.4V 

40.34 Henderson 42.37 

ZT.tfii Herman SH.6S 

■^.m Ueron Lake 30.33 

31.75 HlbblnK 73.73 

UIS.23 Hinckley S.57 

eu.48 Hokah 9.0S 

21.C>0 HoWBId Lake 3U.OT 

44.10 Hutchinson 67.3S 

92.94 Jackson 44.82 

67.41 Janesvllle 45.18 

40.44! Jaaper 11.80 

hOM Jordan 46.99 

lO.Oe Kasaon 34.03 

30&.tl3 Kenyon 48.41 

211.00 K^boven 12-66 

aS.4T Lake Benton - 32.77 

B.2B Lake City 111.39 

11.03 I^ke Crystal 33.70 

2T.M Lake Park 2B.01 

56.37 Lamberton 41.2T 

3&U3 Leoualioro 34.77 

S6.&0 Lester Prairie 11.32 

14.10 Le Sueur 5C.01 

4a.ao Le Bueur Center 13.12 

47.57 Litchfield 110.11 

12.83 LltUe Falls 3B6.98 

2U4.00 Long Prairie 31.UG 

14.<a Lowry 18.06 

ll.hii Luveme T2.0S 

7.47 LylB 20.62 

235,01 Mcintosh iffl.87 

34.38 MadellK 69.38 

3S.06 Madison GO.Ol 

78.51 Madison Lake 6.47 

24.13 Mankato (F. D, R. A.) B20.16 

4,610.49 MantorriUa 11-48 

13:f.77 MapletoQ 39.67 

sua Marshall 98.04 

20.11 Meier Grove 3.52 

48.44 Melrose 44.40 

11.02 Minneapolis (F. D. B. A.).... 13,BH2.Se 

17.52 Minneota 30.4S 

27.89 Montevideo 92.30 

L04.28 Montgomery 26.16 

16.40 MontTcallo 2S.U0 

20.90 Moorhead (F. ET. R. A.) 19L1D 

37.10 Morgan 19,94 

J15.74 Morris 103.03 

B05.S7 Morton 25.88 

29.15 New Pracue 02.41 

225.43 New Richland 27-Sl 

22.66 New Ulm 218.00 

16,65 New Tork Hills laSl 

B7.9T Nicollet 12.85- 

24.72 North BT«Qcta 37.01 

20.62 Nortbfleld 135.44 

26.94 No. St. Paul 13.4.? 

60.31 Olivia 35.02 

13.02 OsaUs 33.96 

31.39 Owatonna (F. D. R. A.I 210.84 

1289 Park Rapids 60.4t 

5326 Pelican Raplda 33.69 

28.79 Perham tB.T4 

J 



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CMty, Tows or mUsn. 

Plen 

PJno Cltir 

Pipestone 

PlBjnvlew 

Plato 

Princeton 

Proctor KDOtt 

Bed L-ake F^Us 

Rod Wine (r. D. R. A-).. 

Redwood Faha 

Renville 

Richmond 

Rochester (F. D. R. A.) — 

RolllngBtone 

Rothsay 

RoyaJton 

Ruah City 



■'. Cloud (F. D. r' a. 

■'. Paul (F. b. iirA.V. 

_;. Peter 

SandBtoDo 

ShaXopee (F. D. R. A 
aiayton^ 






mount. City, Tovm or y tUage. Anooot. 

2,37 atarbuck 24.1S 

33,»i Stephen 87.41 

TB.DO SleWHrtvlUe !6,68 

. 32.76 Stillwater (F, D. R. A.) ^70.B3 

B.S4 Thief River Falls 82.07 

32.81 Tower 98.0« 

79,00 Tracy U.96 

1B.« Two HarborB 88.64 

92.10 Verndale 2L10 

836.18 Ve«eli 2.09 

esa.8S Virginia 33S.*) 

*3.81 Wabaaha 181.00 

13.72 Waeonla 27.54 

219.18 Wadena 68.29 

9.M Warren T4.EB 

W.81 Waaeca CP. D. R. A.) 1«1.45 

15,05 Watertown 21.04 

76.91 WatervUlo - 62.38 

23.4S Waverly 2D.87 

70.84 Wells 73.18 

300.94 Wheaton 69.34 

106.67 White Bear 18.29 

6,989.36 Wlllmar 94.46 

183.89 Windom 69.40 

31.12 w Inn ebaso City 60.58 

104.23 Winona (¥•. D. B, A.) 7W.48 

62. B8 Wlnthrop 87.84 

BG.21 Worthlngton OT.76 

128.15 Wykoff 29.98 

2S.91 Zumbrota 49.21 

68.12 

44.75 Total 189.362.05 



Indian Ontbrenk— lOOO. 

IflUO. 

Aug. 15. Btone-Ordean-Welta Co., Buppltea 

Aug. 18. W. H, Hart, captain, expenses 

Auk. 21. W. O. Randolph, manaser trelght and trans- 
portation by boat 

Aug. SI. Lieut. J. U. Q<»odrlch, tialance services as sur- 

Aug. SI. No. American Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Bept. 4. Wm. R. Burkhardt. ammunition 

flept. 6. B. M. Noden, hauling 

Bspt. 7. U, H. Peck, team hire 

Sept. 7. Tower Lumber Co., transportation 

Sept. 28. Duluth ft Iron Range Ry. Co., transivortatlon... 

Bept. 20. Same, raessages 



HInaeaota Volnnteers, 

Aug. 24, Geo. C. lAtnbert, adjutant general, pay to re- 
jected men 

Dec. 16. Geo. C. Lambert, adjutant general, pay to re- 
jected men 

leoi. 

Jan. 30. Geo. C. Lambert, adjutant general, pay to re- 
jected men 

April 16. n. D. Llbbey. adjutant general, pay to rejected 

July 80. S. D. Llbbey. adjutant general, pay to rejected 



84.80 
76.12 



Btecrcener Call for Troops. _ 

N. P. Ry. Co.. transportation to ClOfluet 

F. H. BIdwell, services 

. H. V. Eva, captain, payroll Co. "A," 8d In- 

Richard UtUe," captain.' 'p«rVoil' Co.' '■£." 8d in- 

A. H. Wlgdaiii. 'caiftain, "payroii 'Co. "a," 8d In- 



1116.96 
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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



1901. 

AprlllS. H, W, ChUd», eipenges 

May 28. H. W. Chllda, sxpeoBes 

May SI. I. M. Hlnshall, reporClnc at Austin 

May 31. W. B. DavieB, reportlnB at Uankato 

Uay 81. Margaret DUlan, reportlnK at Faribault... 

June 7. David Davidson, copying 

July 22. McOlll-Wamer Co., printing 



PAN-AMEJHICAN EXPOSITION FOR TWO TEARS ENDING JULY B 

IWL 

Mar. 22. H. P. Hall, account expenses tlOO.OO 

Mar. 22. John Morton, account expenses 100.00 

April 18. H. P. Hall, account expanses 160.00 

Aprll22. Broderlck A Wade, profesalonat services 106.00 

Apm22. H. P. Hall, secretary, expeasn 16.86 

April 22, H. P. Kucker, eipenaeB 100.00 

April 22. Jas. MacMullan, BUperintendt^nt, advance for 

emergency eipenses 1,000.00 

April 23. Kavanavb Bros., rent of furniture 16.00 

April 24. Brown, Treacy & Co., stationery 83,Wi 

April 24. N. W. Stamp TVorks. stamps and pad -TO 

April 2S. Globe BuUdfiig Co., rent .■ 15.00 

April 29, WyckofT, Seamans & Benedict, rent of type- 
writing machine 6.00 

May 2. F. W. Taylor, superintendent, rent of space. 

Manufacturing building 760.00 

May 2. 8. B. Hall, preparing pamphlets 100.00 

May 2. H. W. Hall. April serviCBS 100.00 

May 4. D. K Cloyd, collecting educational exhibit SOO.OO 

May 4. H, P. Hall, account expenses 160.00 

May 4. First National Bank, bill at W. B. Woodbrldge. 30.00 
Hay 6. Merchants' National Bank, bill of D. L. Well- 
man, collecting agricultural exhibit 200.00 

May B. John Morton, account allowance 100,00 

May B. Alex. McDougall, account allowancs 200.00 

May B. A. P. Wood, services April lOtb to May 10th.... 100.00 

May B. W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 22.87 

May 10. C. A, Rossbo, sign 1.60 

May 11. Jas. MacMullan, superintendent, salary to May 

10th and premiums on bond 220.00 

May U. J. E. Cooley. graJns and grasses .'. . 60.00 

May 13. North American Telegraph Co., telegrtfms 12.87 

May IS. D. E. Cloyd, preparing educational exhibit 100.00 

May 17. H. P. Hall, expenses 100.00 

May 23. Jas. MacMullan, superintendent. May salary — 300,00 

May 23. Norman 8. Piatt, show case Iffi.OO 

May 24. American Bridge Co., frame for butter model 

of capltol 06.00 

May 24. iFire A Marine Insurance Co., 1naurane« 2ZJ>0 

Hay 24. Bureau of EngravlnB, sketch and balf-tono plate 30.00 

May 24. Brown, Treacy & 8perry Co., stationery 7.3S 

May 24. L. H. Bevans, electrntyplng 10.60 

Hay 26. Wm. Llgglna. fare to Buttalo 90.00 

Hay 28. Olobe Building Co.. rent 15.00 

Bay 28. H. W. Hall, services. May 100.00 

May 28. W^. L. Beeley, freight bills 15.28 

May 29. Mrs. Wm. Llgglns, fare to BufTalo 20.00 

May 81. H. W. Hall, photos (Haas Bros.) 22.00 

May 81. F. V. Qarland. packing cases 10.00 

May 31. American Express Co., express on butter model. 48.76 

May 81. B. P. Wade, services packing fl.S6 

May 81. T. L. Duncan, aervlcea packing 6.00 

June 1, Crawford & Newby, pictures, etc 562.00 

June 1. J. H. Coihead. erecting booth BOO.OO 

June 3. Alex. McDougall, account allowance 200.00 

June 8. John Morton, account allowance 200.00 

June 8. jB«kson ft Cralne, forestry booth 126.00 

June 8. jB«kson A Cralne, forestry booth 126.00 

June 6. Chas. Crandall, agricultural exhibits 10.00 

Jtme S. Bramblett A Beygeh, half-tone outs S.78 

Jnno & W. 8. Bow«e„fraJnlng pictures 64.15 

June 6. WyckoII, Seamans ft Benedict, rent typewriter. 5.00 

Juno 6. W. Ii. Beeley, freight 16.37 

June 6. H. W, Hall, expenses to Buffalo 28.00 

Jmia 8. North American Telegraph Co., telegrams 53J>4 

June & C. H. Hurpby. agHjuItnrai exblbit.... SOO.OO 



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June S. N, W. Telephone Bxchange C 

June 8. Moom-Warner Co.. printing 

June a Elk ExpreBB Co.. baullng foreatr; exhibit 

June 8. H. P. ,HeJl. Becrstary, ezpenxcB "Ulnneaota 

June S. Brown & Blgetow 

Juno a Western Union Telegraph Co., telegranw 

June 8. Inter-State CllpplnB Bureau, cllpplnss 

June 11. Brown * Blvelow, Btatlonery 

June 11. C. B. Shaw, treasurer, eipenaes battalion 

June 11. H. P, Hal), balance eipenaea 

June 11. Jaa. MacMuUan, Hupeilntendent, aervloea June 

10th to July 10th 

June II. D. B. Clord, account educational exhibit 

June 22. Neld«rpfuein a Co., buiidinc 

June 24. Mercbants' National Bank, emerjceney fund to 

James Va«Mullan, supeTiDteDdeat 

June 24. Brown, Treacy A Bperrv Co., atatlonery 

June 24. Noyea Bros. & Cutler, Vottles 

June 24. Brown A BI(elow, Cards 

June 25. H. P. Hall, secretary, expenaes ol "HlnncBota 

June 26. John 8. KeUner. Insurance on buildliic 

July 3. Jas. UacMullaDj^JuIy salary 

July S. Western Union Telesraph Co., telesrams 

July 0. J. H. Cozhead, flour booth 

July 5. Pioneer Presa Co.. 26,CO0 pamphlets 

July 5. W. I^ Beeley, freight bills 

Juv S. ThoB. Pltspatrlck A' Elon, crating loreatry sx- 

hlblt 

July E. E. P. Wade, services and fare to Buffalo 

July S. Inter-Btate ClIpplnE Bureau, clippings 

July El. North Ameilcan Telegraph Co., telegrams 

July 5. W. P. Davidson. ofBoe rent 

July 0. H. W. Hall, July services 

Jular 12. Brown, Treacy A Co.. Btatlonery 

July 12. Beardsley A Dudley, plans for Minnesota build- 
ing 

July IT. Hanly-Casey Co., plumbing 

July IT. C, Dorfllngcr A Son, lari, etc 

July IT. John B. Kinney, fare to Buffalo 

July IT. J. 8. KeUner. Inaurance 

July IT. Jas. MaoMullan, advance (or emergency ex- 
July 16. W. P. Dunnfngton, aervlcea and expenaes '.'. 

July IB. A. H. Sutherland, servlbeB 

July Ifl. J. E. Kenney, one-half month'* s< 

July IB. Alex. M. McDougall, eervlces 

July IB. Nellie Cunnmgham, services 

July IB. A. R. Jones, services and expenses 

July 2a. New England Furniture Co., furniture 

July 28. Crawforij A Newby. picture and painting 

July 2a Buffalo Natural Oas Fuel Co.. gas lltting 

July 28. H, Daniels, services dairy baoth 

Aug. 1. H. W. Hall, August salary 

Aug. 1. E. P. Wade, serrlcta as Janitor 

Aug. 1. J, I. Bernard, gatherln'g grains, etc 

Aug, a N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., service* 

Aug. 8. HcQlIl- Warner Co., stationery, etc 

Aug. S. D. E. ClCTd, balance services at Buffalo 

Avg. C. A. M. McDougall. services 

Aug. a North American Telegraph Co.. telegrams 

Aug. G. Wm. Llgglns, railroad fare 

Aug. 6. Inter-State Clipping Bureau, clipping* 

Aug. 6. Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrama. 

Aug. 7. W. P. Dunnlngton. services and expenses 

Aug. T. Jamea MacM^lan, August salary 

Aug. B. Hamaley Publishing Go., tlrculars 

Aug. 9. J. E. Kenney. aervfces flour booth 

Aug. e. J. K. Belb, fare to Buffalo 

Aug. B. E. P. Wade, account lervlces as Janitor 

Aug. 8. Geo. A. Whiting, railroad fare and services at 

forestry booth 

Aug. 9. Raeon Daniel*, services dairy booth 

Aug. 12. H, P, Hall, postage, etc 

Aug, 12. Nellie CuTmlDiAiam, aewtce*. 

Aug. 12. Alex. McDougall, pHnt In* 

Aug. IB. W. P. Davidson, July and August rent 

Aug. 19. Zimmerman Bros., camera and bolters 

A>ig. IS. Jame* MacMullan, railroad fare and salary of 

J. G. Hamlin 



18. GO 
SOO.OO 



200.00 

200.00 

6.113. IS 



1,000.00 
125.00 

170,00 



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AUDITOR OF STATn. 



Aug. Ifi. B. P. Wade, Btrvleea tt.OO 

Aug. IB. Geo. A. WhltlnK, aervicea to August 3lBt 00.00 

Aug. lU. Wm. Whtle. railroad (are and aervicee 7B.0O 

Aug. IB. J. F. Selb. aurvlces to August 23th 60.00 

Aug. 19. Hacon Daniels, services to August 3lHt ST.tiO 

Aug. 20. J. E. Kenncr. services to Beptemibar Otb SO.OO 

Aug. £1. NIederpruera & Co.. balance on contract (or 

buiiaing 600.00 

Aug. 26. W, W. P. MoConnell, freight on butter to Buf- 
falo 30.00 

Aug. 27. National Qerm an -American Bank, draft of H. 

i*. Hall 100.00 

Aug. 27. A. R. McQlll, P. M.. postage 25.00 

Aug. 27. Nletlerpruem & Co., carpenter work 177.68 

Aug. 27. Buffalo Courier, advertlsltig display 100.00 

Aug. 28, H.W.Hall, Be pi ember services 100.00 

Aug. 28. W. E. White, tare to Buffalo 25.00 

Aug. 2B. McOlU-Wamer Co., six registers 18.00 

Aug. 2». A. H. SutherlanJ, eitra services flour booth.... 17.00 

Aug. 20. R. E. Hynson, apples to Buffalo 10.00 

Sept. 3. Western Union Telegraph Co., telegrams 2.85 

Sept. a. Braroblett & Beygeh, engraving 75.80 

Sept. 3. Pioneer Press Co., pamphlets 678.70 

Sept. 3. Brown, Treacy & Sperry Co., rent of aesk 2.00 

Sept. 3. Qeo. A. Whiting, services 31.00 

Sept. 3. Hacon Daniels, aervlcea 37.50 

Sept. H. E. P. Wade, services 25.00 

Sept. 3. John F. Selb, services SO.OO 

Sept. 3. Wm. White, services 50.00 

Sept. 3. Nellie Cunningham, services 35.00 

Sept. 3. John Schaefer. fare to BufTalo 25.00 

' Sept. 8. Jaa. MacMullan, September salary 200.00 

Sept. 3. John Morton, expenses collsctlog exblblts 210.30 

Sept. 3. John Morton, account expenses 200.00 

Sept. 3. Alex. McDougall, account expenses 200.00 

Sept. u. Wm. Ox/ord, fruit 5.00 

Sept. 7. H. P. Hall, emergency fund to James MacMul- 
lan, superintendent 873.00 

Sept. 7. Hacon Danlela, services 37.50 

Sept. 7. Inter-State CllpplnK Bureau, clippings 2.78 

Sept. 7. North American Telegraph Co., telegraros 56.87 

Sept. 7. a. H. Kenney, fruU 8.B0 

Sept. 7. A. R. McGlU, P. M., iWslage ■ 15.00 

Sept. 7. J. M. Underwood, account (rult exhibit 135.00 

Sept. 7. David Brown, Jr., fare to Buffalo and return... 20.52 

Sept. 10. H. P. Hall, lumber, labor, eto 80.00 

Sept. 18. Jaa. MacMullan, advance for expenses 281.00 

Sept. 18. John F. Selb, services 50.00 

Sept. 21. J. I. Bernard, services and expenses 91.87 

" ■ " Wm. Haas & Co., photos I.OO 

W. E. White, services 100.00 

Hacon Daniels, aervlcea SO.OO 

Wm. White, services 75.00 

Lulu Hall, services 2a.«3 

E. P. Wade, services 2.1.00 

MoGlll-Warner Co , envelopes, pictures, eto 30.00 

Bramblett Sc Beygeh, engraving 4.20 

McGlll-Warntr Co.. letter heads 4.80 

Pioneer Press Co., printing. 3,75 

McQlll-Warner Co.. printing 60 

Oliver N. Olson, faro to Buffalo 25.00 

John WllllamB, fare to Buffalo 26.00 

R. A. Latham, grapes 50.00 

H. L. Crane, grapes 12.60 

Helen Sarvcr. apples 4.00 

A. A. Bost, grapes 12.60 

J. A. Howard, apples 8.00 

Thos, Redpath, tare to Buffalo 2.V0O 

Babcock Storage Transfer Co., drayage B.OO 

H. w. Hall. October salary 100.00 

Heftn Sarver, apples 1.90 

North American Telegraph Co.. messagea 31.52 

uci. o. Inter-State Clipping Burenu, dippings 4.08 

Oct. 5. MoQiU-Wamer Co., booklets 386.00 

Oct. 5. C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co., freight 86.9B 

Oct. 6. Ramaley Publishing Co., printing 2.7B 

Oct. 10. Lulu Hall, services 17.50 

Oct. 10. B. P. Wade, services 26.00 

Oct. 10. Qeo. A. Wbiting, services AO.OO 

Oct. 10. John Williams, services 60.00 

Oct. 10. Thos, Redpath, sert-lies 60.00 



Sept. 21. 
Sept. 21. 
Sept. 21. 
Sept. 21. 
Sept. 21. 
Sept. 21. 
Sept. 23. 
Sept. 2.1. 
Sept. 25. 
Sept. -X. 
Sept. X. 
Sept. 20. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 28. 
Sept. 30. 
Oct. 8. 
Oct. B. 



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226 iilUNNEAL REPORT 

Oct. 10. O. N. Olson, aervloea HO.OO 

Oct. 10. H aeon Daniels, servk<^B SO.tM 

Oct. 10. J. I. Bernard, services oO.OO 

Oct. 10. Brown, Treacy & Sperry Co.. book 1.13 

Oct. 10, John achaelcr, services 83.33 

Oct. 10. Jhb. MacMutlan, Huperlntendenl. October salary. 2OU.<10 

Oct. 10. Wegtern Union Tel-graph Co., messaKcs 2.U\ 

Oct. ai. Arthur B. Clark, Jr., service* SiMiO 

Oct. -a. W. P. DavidBOn, October rent T,.i«i 

Oct. SZ. Plpestona Woman's Auxiliary, mantel, etc ST.Sfi 

Oct. M. H aeon Daniels, services .Vt.OO 

Oct. W. J. I. Bernard, services .TIMW 

Oct. -It. E. P. Wade, services 25.11" 

Oct, 2i. Dulu Hall, services 17.50 

Oct. 24. O. N. Olson, services ."lO.OO 

Oct. 24. Thos, Retlpnth, services .^1.00 

Oct. 24. John Williams, services Si.OO 

Oct. 24. John Si-haefer, services no.OO 

Oct. 25. E. P. Wade, fare from Buftolo 25.00 

Nov, 4. H. W. Hall, services 2fi.tW 

Nov. 12. G. Sommers & Co., Hbbs 27,50 

Nov. 12. Thos. Redpath, services -. ai.OH 

Nov, I-'. Tnter-Slate Clipping Bureau, cllpptnsa 4.22 

Nov. 1'.!. North American Telegraph Co.. measaKes U.2II 

Nov, 12. i.eslern Union Tel^Braph Co., measBBea .M 

Nov. 12. Jewett * Son, apples 2.00 

Nov, 12. J. I, Birnard, vegetables 3S,B0 

Nov, 12. Lulu Hal!, services 2.70 

Nov. le. E. P. Wnrte, lervlccs 16.00 

Dec, 23. Alex. McDou sail, fr^isht 13.03 

Dec. 23. Hacon Dankls, services 40,00 

inoa. 

Jan, 20, J. M. I'nderwood, Lake City, apples SO.OO 

Jan. 21. Jss, MacMulIan. superintendent, for bills paid 

by him «).G3 



Seed Grata t-tmn 1901. 



Mar. sn. Treasurer Douglas Co., loan... 

Mar. 20. Treasurer Marshall Co., loan. . 

Mar. 20, Treasurer Norman Co.. loan... 

Mar. 20. Treasurer Becker Co., loan 

Mar. 20. Treasurer Kittson Co., loaji.... 

Mar, 2S. Treasurer lljbbard Co.. loan. . 

Mar. 211. Treasurer Pojie Co.. loan 



Inherllance Tux Betandmenl. 

Mar. m. Geo. R. I>ij-man. admlnl.ftrator, refunded tax.. s2iLMii 

Mar, 211. K. F. Mrarklc, execulor. refunded tax :.,4ls..-,!i 

April 1. E. J. .Manning and N. E. Pike, refunded tnx 21tl..'<;t 

April 1, E. D. Dyar, executor, refjnded tax Itll.lii 

April 3. J. W. Landon. administrator, refunded tax 1.426.25 

April 3. Ella HuycK. executrix, refunded tax 7>>i>.ii;l 

April 3, W. H. Putnam, administrator, refunded tax TiOT.WI 

April 3. A. E, Bowling, executor,. refunded lax 1311,53 

April 3. A. M. Wietand, executor, refunded tax ]ft,'i.2] 

April H. R. L. Onodklnd. administrator, refunded tax.,.. IT4.4I1 

April 11. Julia. A. Reid, refunded tax l.-.2.(W 

April 10. Anna M. Koch, administratrix, refundrd tax.... 130.37 

April in. Chas. P. Ash. refunded tax 124,l»7 

April 16, Geo. H. Ash, refunded tax 124,(17 

April 10. Mary F, Seymour, refunded tax 124.07 

April 16. Harriet M. Ash, refunded tax 2OU.00 

April 2--1. Joiin ■'■ossbaBer, ri'funded tax 15.47 

April 2.-<. Jacob FosaLager, refunded (ax 15.47 

April 2.-., Iver Foashacer. refunded ta.x 1.-.40 

Aprlia,-.. Henry Foishasrr. refunded tax 15.40 

April i". Luclnda FrK,shnger, refunded tax 15.40 

April 2-1. Caroline Fusi'hHEer, r.Iunded tax I.1.4ii 

Aiirll 25. Josephine Fosshager, refimded tax 16.46 

Miiy HI, Wm. J. Hatto, adnilnli-tnilor, r, funded tax 141, IM 

May 24. Frank H. P.leraon. execulor, refunded tax 2(MI0 

June 4. John C. Jensen, administrator, nfanded lax 110.21 

June 21). Alilra Nichols, \ of tax IW.3I> 

June 20. Charlotte Jones, Hi of tax 34.19 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 

John C. DrvFreani. 

Mar. ■.ni. John C. DevercauK, a |) prop ration 

Elect loD Con (ruin. 

191)1. 

Apr. 11. Wm. It. Mahood, expenses Q( contest 

Apr. lU. Robert E. Blair, expenses o( contest 

U. li. Collins Co. 

IWIl. 
Apr. -JM. H. L. Colltns Co.. appropriation 

Brown, Treacr A Co. 

ItHll. 
Ajir. i.'i. iirown, Trcacy & Co, appropriation 

Theodop Bar.Bp. 

Apr. 23. Tbeodor Boru|i. appro prist ion 

XeGill-irnrner Co. 

Apr. ]l>, Mcaill-Warntr Co., appropriation 

Attornrr'a Fna— SInle va. Swnnvoii, 

11)01. 

Apr. ID. I'hlldH, Edgcrt'in a Wickwlre, legal services.... 
Apr. Ill, Uuluth News- Tribune Co. advertiiilng summone. 

Df. J. L. Svhocli. 
Apr. L':t. Dr. J. L Schoch. arniropriatlon 

Benjamin 9. Raaaell. 

Apr. 15. Beniamin S. Ituseell. appropriation 



Brace f. Slevcna. 

1901. 
Apr.2lt. ISrucc F. Slevena, approprl.itinn 

J. H. Wendell, 

1001. 
Apr. ai. J. H. \Ven.li!li, approprlatli-n 

Tbomna M. Kennedr. 

1901. , , 

Apr. III. Thomas M. Kennedy, appropriation.. 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



PabllBblnc Coast I to I la nal Amen d men ts—VeaF ■ 



■dins Jalr 31, 1901, 



I tor tha above, Issued to tlie several i 



Names ot newspapers as fi 

St. Paul Trade Journal. 

HeimdKl PubllshlDK Co. 

Minn. Union Advocate, 

Norman County Index. 

Sauk Rapids Sentinel. 

News Messenger. 

North Bt. Paul Sentinel. 

Aitkin Ase. 

Alexandria Post News. 

Austin RoKlster. 

Bamum Qaxette. 

Benson Times. 

Bralnerd Tribune. 

BreckenridKe Tele Bra m. 

Brown County J<jumel. 

ButTalo Journal. 

Carver County Journal. 

Crookston Times. 

Dawson Bentinel^ 

Detroit Record. 

Dodge County Republican. 

Duluth News Tribune. 

Eden Vallev Journal. 

Fairmont News. 

Faribault Journal. 

Fergus Falls Weeklv Journal. 

Freeborn County Times. 

Gibbon Qszette. 

Olenwood Herald. 

Grand Rapids Magnet. 

Granite Falls Tribune. 

Qrant County Herald. 

Hastings Gazette. 

Hubbard County Clipper. 

Hutchinson Independent. 

Kanabec County Times. 

I^ke Benton News. 

lAkefleld Standard. 

Little Falls Weekly Transcript. 

Madella Messenger. 

Uankato Free Press. 

Minneapolis Tribune. 

Morris Sun. 

North Branch Review. 

Oil via Times. 

Ortonvlile Herald -Star. 

Owatonna Journal. 

Pine County Courier. 

Pine County Pioneer. 

Pipestone County Btar. 

Mncetan Union. 

Red Wing Daily Kepubltc&n. 

Redwood Qazette. 

Total newspapers, lOG. 



Rochester Post- Record. 



St. Paul Globe. 



Bt. Paul Revli.... 
St. Paul Volkszeitung. 
St. Peter Tribune. 
Shakopee Tribune. 
Slay ton Gazette, 
Stillwater Gazette. 
Thief River Falls New 
Todd County Argus. 
Two Harbors Iron Xe' 
Warren Register. 
Willmar Gazette. 
Windom Reporter. 
Winona Dally Herald, 
Winona Republican. 
Worthlngton Advance. 
Waseca Journal. 
Waseoa Radical. 



Sherburne County S 
Lanesboro Jni.rnal, 
Saturday Evening P 
Anoka Union. 
Montevideo Advance 



Le Canadien (St. Paul). 
Walker Pilot. 
St. Paul Democrat. 
The Broad Axe (St. Paul). 
Twin City Guardian. 
Appeal (St. Paul). 
Lake City Republican. 
People's Gazette (St. Pault 
Warroad FlaindealPr. 
Le Sueur County Leader. 
Cook County Herald. 
Hallook Weekly News. 
Moorhead Independent. 
St. Cloud Jo urn a I- Press. 
Blue Earth Post. 



mbllalilnB: 



Bws In Mewspai 



EndtOK Jnly 31, IMl. 



C, C. Whitney, proofreaders 

3. J. Dobson, supplements 

Apportionment of t<>8.S0 to each of STS newspapers for 
publishing the laws o( 3901 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



( of Nsnapupera Sharins In llic Above Apportlonnienl 



I Location o[ Paper- 



Name and Location of I 
Carlton, Vldette. 
Carver, Journal. 
Chaska. Review, 



Albert Lea, Tribune. 
Albert Lea. Enterprise. 
Albert Lea, Stanciara. 
Albert Lea. TlmeB, 
Alden, Advance. 
Alexandria, Citizen. 
Alexandria. Poat-News. 
Ambor, Herald. 
Annan date, Post. 
Anoka, Union. 
Anoka. Herald. 
Appleton, Press. 
Applet on. Tribune. 
Areyle, Banner. 
Arlington, Enterprise. 
Atwater, Republican-Press. 
Austin, Dally Hprald. 
Austin, Weikly Herald. 
Austin. Dally Renlater. 
Austin, Weekly Hegister. 



AUHl 



I, Tlmi 



Independenl 

Akeley, In depend en 
Badger, Herald. 



eBvi.le.^fe^e^iKw.' 



BatUe Lake, Review. 
Beardsley. News. 
Belle Plaine. Hei^ld. 
BeUlDgrbam, Times. 
Bern Id jl. Pioneer. 



Blselow. Signal. 
BlK Lake, Herald. 
Bird Island, Union. 
Blooming Prairie, Times. 
Blue Earth, Post. 
Blue Earth, Reglater. 
Boyd. Bulletin. 
Braham, Journal. 
Bralnerd. Dispatch. 
BraltiTrt. Tribune. 

Breckenrldge, Telegram. 
Breckenrldge, Gazette. 
Brewster. ITibune. 
Brown a dale. Leaflet. 



Browns Valley, Tribune. 
Brlcelyn, Sentinel. 
Buffalo, Journal. 
Buffalo LaJte, News. 
Buttertleld, Advocate. 

Bertha, keadlight. 
Belle Grade. Tribune. 
Cass Lake, Voice. 
Caledonia. Argus. 
Caledonia, Journal. 
Cambridge, Independent 
Cambridge, Press. 
Campbell. Pioneer. 
Canby, News. 
Cannon Falls, Beacon. 



Choklo, Review. 
Clara City, Herald. 
Clarkfletd, Advocate. 
Clear Lake, Times. 
Clinton, Advocate. 
Cloquet, Pine Knot 
Cloquet. Independent. 
Cokatn. enterprise. 
Cold Springs. Record. 
Comfrey, Tiroes. 
Cottonwood, Current. 
Crookston, Daily Times. 
Crookaton, Weekly Times. 



Cass Lake. Times. 



Delano. Eagie. 
Del a van, Herald. 
Detroit, Record. 
Dexter, Deiterlte. 
Dodge Center. Record. 
Dodge Center, Star. 
Duluth, Dolly Herald, 
Dulutb, Weekly Herald. 
Duluth, Dally News Tribune. 
Dulutb, Weellly News Tribun 
Diduth, Labor World. 
Duluth, PoBten. 
Duluth, Skandlnav. 
Duluth, Tribunal, 
Dundee. Advocate. 
Eagle Lake, News. 
E. Grand Forks. Tribune. 
Easlon, Index. 
Echo. Enterprise, 
Eagle Bend. News. 
Eden Valley. Journal. 
Edgerton, Enterprise. 
Elbow Lake. Herald. 
Elbow Lake, Tribune. 
Elk River, Star News. 
Ellafforth. News. 
Elmore, Eye. 
Ely, Miner. 
Ely. Times. 
Elyslan. Enterprise. 
Emmons, Courier. 
Ersklne. Echo. 
Bvansvllle. Enterprise. 
Eveleth, Star. 
Ex eel a I or. News. 
E. Grand Forks. Courier, 
E. Grand Porks, Valley View 
Falrfai, Standard. 
Fairmont, Independent. 
Fairmont, Sentinel, 
Fairmont, Zeltung. 
Fairmont, News. 
Faribault, Democrat. 
Farltiault, Referendum. 
Faribault, Journal. 
Faribault, Pilot. 



..,,...1. Courier, 

Fergus Falls, Dally Journal. 



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N uae and LocntJou of Paper — 
Fergus Falls. Weekly Journal. 

FergruB Falls, Qlobe. 

Fergus FbIIe. UBeblad. 

Fergus Falls, Wheeloclt's Weekly. 

Fertile, Journal, 



Franklin, Trlbur 



Frost, Record. 



n City. ProgreBS. 



Name and Location of Papei^ 

•ake Benton, Clarion. 

Jike City, Graphic Sentinel 



Lanes bo ro. Leader. 
Le Roy, Independent, 
L« Sueur, News. 
Le Bueur. Sentinel, 



Ql en wood. Herald, 
Qlenwood, Lakeside Press, 

Olyndon, News. 
Goodhue, Enterprlae. 
Good Thunder. Herald. 
Gracevllle. Enterprlae. 



Grand Meadow, Reo^.u. 
Grand Rapids, Herald Btvl< 
Grand Baplda, Magnet. 
<iranlte Falls, Journal. 
Grnnlli- Falls. Tribune, 
Grove City. Times. 
Oracevill'-, Phoetilu. 
Granite Falls. Nargem. 
Halloelc. Enterprlae. 
Mallock. News. 
Hancock, Record. 

Harmony. News, 
Hardwlclt, News. 
Hastings, Gazette. 
HaatlngH. Democrat. 
Hawley. Htrelrt. 
Ha yd eld. Tranacrlpt. 



Litchfleld, News-Ledger. 
Litchfield, Saturday Review. 
Long Prairie. Leader. 
Long Prairie. Argus. 
Little Fal'H, Dally Transcript. 
Little Falls. Wpe''ly Transcript. 
Little Falls, Herald. 
Lttle Falls, Democrat. 



Mabel, Tribune. 
Mcintosh. Times. 
Mcintosh, Tribune, 
Ma del la. Messenger. 
Mad El la, Timea. 
Madison, Indtpindent PrtS! 
MadlBon. Western Guard. 
Magnolia, Adve 



Mankato, Weekly Revlen 
Mankato. Post. 
Mankato, Journal. 
Mankato. Ledger. 
Mantorvllle, Express. 
Maple Lake, MesBenger. 
Mapleton, Enterprise, 
Marshall. Leader. 
Miirshall. Reporter, 
Marshall, News-Messpnge 
MBseppa, Tribune. 



Hinckley. Enlerprlse. 
Hokah. Chief. 
Hopkins, News. 
Houston, Signal. 
Howard Lake, Herald. 
Hutchinson, Independent. 
Hutchinson, Leader. 
Hutchinson. Times, 
Hendricks. Pioneer, 
HalBtad, Reporter. 
lona. Journal. 
Jackson. Pilot. 
Jackson. Republic. 
JanesvlUe, Argus. 
JaneavfUe, Democrat. 
Jasper, JournEd. 
Jordan, Independent. 
Jordan, Volkslreund. 
Kaason, Republican. 
Kenyon. Leader. 
Klrkhoven, Banner. 
Koochiching, Budget, 



Mlllvlile, Review. 
MInneota, Mascot. 
Minnesota Lake, Tribune, 
Montevideo. Advance, 
Montevideo, Commercial. 
Montevideo, Leader. 
Montgomery, Messenger. 
Monti cello. Times, 
Moorhead, Dally News. 
Moorhead, Weekly News, 
Moorhead, Independent. 



Morg 



. Messenger, 



Morton, Enterprise. 
Mountain. Lake, View. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Kame and Loratlon ol P&per— 
liIInneapollB, JoumaJ. 
UlnDeapQlls, Times. 
Minneapolis. Tribune. 
MlnnaKpolla. Farmera' Tribune. 
MlnneapollB, Both Sldea. 
Minneapolis, Chronicle. 
Minneapolis. Dally Report. 
Minneapolis. Democrat. 
MlnneapoHa. Luatlge Bruder. 
Minneapolis, Echo L'Ouat. 
MlnneapoUa, Folkebladet. 
Minneapolis, Frpe Baptist. 
Minneapolis, Friee Pre as- Herald. 
MInneapolla. 111. Farm. Journal. 
Hlnneapolla. Irish Standard, 
Minneapolis, I.nther&ranen. 
Minneapolis. Mid. Chrla. Advocate. 
Minneapolis. Mirror. 
Minneapolis, Lumberman. 
Minneapolis. North and We 
Minneapolis, N. W. Miller. 
Minneapolis, N. E. Areus. 
Mlnneapojla, Nye Normandi 
Minneapolis, ProKress. 
Mlnneapolla. R e pre sent atlvf 
aollB, T- ■ 



^spoils. Sv. Rm. Bladet. 
mi jinea polls, UBebladet. 
Minneapolis. Union. 
Minneapolis, Veclioblad. 
Mlnnpapolls, Register. 
Minneapolis, Sk. Frm. Journal. 
Minneapolis, Dally Railway Nen 
New I..ondon, Times. 
New PavneavlUe, Press, 
New Prague, Times, 
New Richlanrt, North Star. 
New I.Tm. Joi. 






Name and Location of Paper— 
Red Wing, Die Fontonla. 
Red Wing, Weekly Republican. 
Red Wing, News. 
Redwood Falla, Gazette. 
Redwood Falls. Reveille. 
Renville, Record, 
Renville. Star Farmer. 

Rochester', Dally Post and Record. 
Rochester. Weekly Post and Record. 
Rochester. Democrat. 

Roseau! Region, 
Hothsay. Record. 
Royalton, Banner. 
Rush City, Post, 
Rush ford, a tar 
Ruahmore, Enterprise, 
Ruthton. Gaielte, 
Red Wing. Argus. 
~l. Charles. Times. 

Charles. Union, 

Cloud. Daily Journal-Press, 

Cloud, Weekly Journal -Press, 

Cloud, Dally Times, 

Cloud, Weekly Times, 

Cloud, Der Nordstern. 

Hltalre, Spectator, 

James. Gazette, 

James. Journal, 



r FortscbrlCt. 



I, Nev 



Nicollet. ] 

North Branch, Review, 
Northfleld. Independent, 
Northfleld, News. 
North St, Paul, Sentinel, 

Odessa. Tribune, 

Olivia. Times, 

Olivia, Press, 

Oronoco. News. 

Ortonvllle. Journal. 

OrtonvlUe. Herald-Slar, 

OsaklB, Review. 

Owatonna. Chronicle. 

Owatonna, Journal. 

Owatonna, People's Press, 

Park Rapids, Clipper. 

Park Rajilds, Enterprise. 

Pelican Rapids, Press, 

Perhajn, Bulletin. 

Perham, Volksblatt, 

Pine City. Pioneer. 

Pine City. Pine Poker. 

Pine Island. Record. 

Pipestone, Dally Star, 

Pipestone, Weekly Star, 

Pipestone, Leader, 

Plainvlew, News-Gleaner. 

Halnview, Record. 

Preaton, National Republican. 

Preston. Times , 

Princeton, Union, 

Bed Lake Falla, Courier. 

Red Lake Falls, Gaietle. 

Red Wing. Dally Republican, 



er, Frei 






Vincent, New Era. 

Paul, Minnehaha. 

Paul. Mach, Volksiellung, 

Paul, Democrat, 

Paul, Guardian, 

Paul, West 8t, Paul Times. 



Paul, Weekly Pioneer Preaa, 

Paul. News. 

Paul. Volkszeftung. 



., Paul, Le Canadlen. 

:. Paul, Midway News. 

■. Paul, Minn. BWts TId. 

. Paul. I'nion Advocate, 

.. Paul, Nordvesten, 

. Paul, People's Qaaette, 

t, Paul, Review, 
, Paul, Saturday Evening New! 

., Paul, Trade Journal. 
_;, Paul. Broad Axe. 
Sacred Heart, Journal. 

Sandstone, Courier. 
Sauk Center, Avalanche. 
Sauk Center, Herald, 
Sauk Raplda, Free Press. 
Sauk Rapids. Bentlnel, 
Sebeka, Review, 



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'Sleepy Eye. DEapatch. 
Sleepy Eye. Herald. 
Bolway, PreM. 
South St, Paul. Reporter. 
Springfield. Advance. 
Spring Grove. Herald. 
Spring Valley. Mercury. 
SprliiK Valley, Sun. 
Spring Valley. Vldette. 
Staples, World. 



Stewartvllle. Times. 

Stillwater. Gazette. 

Stillwater. Weekly Oaiette. 

Stillwater. Messenger. 

Stillwater, Post. 

Stillwater, Journal. 

South St. Paul, Weekly Reporter 

Taylor's Falls. Journal. 

Thief River Falls. News. 

Thief River Falls. Press. 

Tower, News. 

Traj», Herald. 

Tracy. Republican Trumpet, 

Twin Valley, Times, 

Two "--' • " 

Tyler 



Verndale, .. . 
Vernon Center, News. 
Virginia. Enterprise. 
Virginia, Virginian. 
Vltlard, Enterprise. 
Wa basso, Standard. 
Wabasha, Standard. 
WabfuihB, Herald. 
Waconla. Patriot. 

Wadena! Pioneer Journal, 
Walker. Pioneer. 
Walker. Pilot. 

Total newspapers 



Portrait ot Cblcf JnsI 

. F. If. Smilb, portrait 

Lobs by Fire — Gmpliyi 



Name and Locatlou ot Paper- 
Walnut Qrove. Tribune. 
Warren, Reglsur. 
Warren, Sheaf, 
Warroad, Plalndealer. 
Waseca, Journal. 
\Vaseca, Radical. 
Waseca. Heridd. 
Watcrtown, News. 
Waverly. Tribune. 

Wells. Advocate. 
Wells, Forum. 
West Concord, Enterprise. 
West Duluth, Sun. 
Wheaton. Foot Prints. 
Wheaton. QaECHe-Rejiorli r. 
Wllmot, Initiator. 
Will mar, Argus. 
Willmar, Republican Gazette. 
Wlllmar. Tribune, 
Wlndom, Free Press. 
Wlndom, Citizen. 
Wlndom. Beporler, 
Winnebago City, Entei-prlsP. 
Winnebago City. Press- Nms. 
Winona. Daily Independent. 
Winona. Weekly Independent 
Winona. Dally Republican. 
Winona, Weekly Republican, 



^, Wiat. . 

WInthrop, News. 
Wood Lake, News. 
Woodstock. News. 
Worth In gton. Ad van 
Worth Ington. Globe. 
Worthington, Herald 
Wykoff. Messenger . 



Wlnor 



, Volksblatt, 



Watervllle. Advai 



paid to employes iit the 1 



. Peter Hoapltnl, 

, Peter Hospital for li 



John Gardner 

Ma^lte Hughes 

Hanna Hultberg 

Minnie Bauman 

Minnie O. Mork 

Lizzie Rrady 

Christine Peterson 

Lillian Swenaon 

Emma, Bauman 

Matle Wlberg 

Mary E. Marlln 

Bertha Larson 

Clara L-araon 

Alice Pay 

Jessie M. Williams 

Emma B. Frederlckson. 
LiiEle Johnson 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 

Rosa Warner 

Mary Farrell 

Mary A, Ort 

Jennie C. Martin 

Veronica Wagner 

Relief ot Jame* earner- 

Jamee Camey, allowance Cor months ot April, May. June, 
July, 1901 

Relief of Oeorse P. Dodd. 

1901. 

April 16. Geo, F. Dodd, arproprlatlon 

Charle* 9. Scknrainn. 
1»01. 

April IT. C'haa. S, Sctiunnan. appropriation 

SBpreme Conrt Stenograph em. 



Alice Corcoran, salary 

Frances Webb, salary 

W. O. Bragpans, salary 

Josephine Norval, salary.. 
C. E. Uotchklsa, salary 



July IS. 
July IB. 

July 25. 



Sieve of Tlclubarc GommlMlon. 

L., F. Hubbard, expenses to Vlcksburg 

C. C. Andrews, eipensea to Vldtaburg 

J. B. Sanborn, expenses lo Vicksburg 



Appraiaers of Cnpitol Lni 



— Knndlyobl Count r- 



Henry Felgr, t 
P. M. Peterson, appraiser... 
Aug. T. Koemer, appraiser 
Cbas, KltCleson, appraiser.. 
Henry Feig, eJtpenHCs 



ReTlalon of Laiva. 

(Year ending July SI, IBOl.) 

H. F. Stevens, commissioner 

T. J. Knox, commlBsloner 

Daniel Fish, commissioner. 

M. R. Tyler, clerk 

E. M. Baker, stenographer 

Mlaeellaneon* ESspenaea. 

laoi. 

Hay IS. H. F. Stevens, supplies 

May 26. E. W. Porter, century dictionary 

June 4. E. M. Baker, supplies 

June 25. N. W. Stamp Wortis, stamps 

June 26. E. W. Porter, books 

July 1. Jacob Qrevatad, washing ti 

July 8. -West Publishing Co., annot 

July IS. West Publishing Co., annotations, etc... 

July la. H. F. Stevens, notions 

June 16. E. M. Baker, postage, etc 

June 24. Jacob Grevstad, services 

Board of Control. 

(Tear ending July 31, 1001.) 

W. E. Lee, salary 

C A. Morey, salary 

H. W. Wright, secretary, salary 

Geo. H. Hayes, clerk, salary 

.Pearl A. Putnam, stenoBrapher, salary 



2&0.00 
46.66 
12S.0O 



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w. : 



H. W, Wright 

S. W. Leavetl 

MlaeelUtB eona. 

1B01. 

May 4. WeslPm Prrss Clipping Bureau, clIpplnBH... 

May 4. A. R, McOUl. P. H.. Btamped envelopm 

May B. N. W. Stamp "Worka, seal and Blamp 

May H. Brown. Treacy & Bperry Co., record book... 

May 28. H. W. l.eavetl, file oa»e 

July I. C. H. Johnston, traveling expenses 

July .12. St. Paul Stamp Works, etanipH 

July IB. K. L. Polk & Co., directory 

July IT. 8. W. LeavfLt. poBtage 

July 10. People's Express Co., drayage 

July IB. A, B. McGill, P. M,. postage 

July 22. Bllia McGregor. »er\-lcpa 



Slate InitltmloBB 

e H. Johnston, June Bcrvloei 



OralH Insppotlon— ¥<-ar Kiidliia; Jaly SI. im>l. 



InBoectlon : 








Stenographer. I,. F. Harter.'.".! ! !;.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'!'!"!!'.'.'.'. 
Registrar. A. K. Telsberg 


'toiIso 

,.ass 


AaslBtant Inspector of ElevatOM. A. Tlohlale 




WelRher, Oscar Tankenoft 

Weigher. R. J. Fox 

W.ipher. ('. A. Nason 

St. Clonil Dppartuent— 


SRSIST 






Minneapolis Department— 

"chfe'ir Deputy, E. W. Knatvold 

2d Assistant Deputy, R. Qlbbs 


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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Flax aampters— 

H. M. Gray, Inspector 

E. E. YounKren 

H. C. Rompage 

H. D. Diamond 

Superintendent of Sealera— 

J. 8. Anderson 

SeaUiv— 

J. D. Currle 

W. F. Converae 

8. C. Mllleroan 

B. H. Fullpr 

Joa. Remsmllh 

L. Lundequlst 

E. H. Conkey 

O. Bosnas 

E. C. Staples 

Helpers — 

Thoa. Hoganaon 

R. B. Sperry 

J. R. Tlerney 

IT. E. Dahlman 

''has. Hemstrcet 

J. V. Sejitnn 

M. Hanaon 

D. Shores 

a. B. Rook 

R. J. Pox 

N. P. Nelson 

Thos. Mulcahey 

H. J, Boe 

C. Wlllclns 

Paul Filbert 

A. 1>. liorson 

.\irred Llndatrom 

Nets Peterson 

C. A. French 

J. B. McNamara 

J. F. Jacobaon 

9. F. Staplea 

J. N. Maliand 

F. R. CurUa.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. 

■IlnnEilpolla I>«|iarlinFn(— 
Weighing— 

Weifth master, Edward O'Brien. 

WelKhmaster. P. P. Qulst 

First asBlatant welghmaster. V\' 

Special agent. E, C. Allen 

Clerk, J. E. Ost>orn 

rleric, Ralph Reea 

(.ierk. J. F, Ferftuaon 

I'lerlt, Frank. Lydlard 

Clerk, W. E. Hewitt 

Clerk, W. L. Nleman 

Stenographer. B. E. Mills 

Scale expert, Ole Quam 

Scale expert. J. T. Probstfleld.. 
Weighers— 

J. a. Blair 

N. C, O'Connor 

J. F. KUduff 

P. R. McDonnell 

Jos. Phillips 

O, A. Reaafield 

A. N. Arctander 

W, B. Wllliama 

J. I. Shaw 

S. W, Turner 

Swan Nelson 

P. P. Bruce 

A. M. Clarke 

Tbos. Lajord 

O. H. Dahl 

M. P. Scanlan 

P. Jurfens 

T, E. Bishop 

Wm. O'Nefll 



721.81) 
622.1)0 



670.60 

iMiao 



62.30 

62.50 
62.90 



fl,[>68.S0 
641. US 

1,100.78 
1.187.60 

700.0(1 



1,072.06 
583.14 
1,046.14 



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IS. 

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Inspection— 

Second aasistant deputy and Inspector, 01b O. SJordol. 1.49T 
Chief clerk. H. A. Fosa l.STB, 


m 
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50 
12 

90 

S 

00 
49 

1! 




















112 











































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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



i.oei.04 
aD1.8B 
1,S3S.86 



T2G.95 
6M.T0 
243.10 
l»0.40 
204.^ 

20i.aa 

soe.es 

194.70 
62.38 

115.38 
88.46 

se.44 

38.46 
40.86 

^.50 



Chas. H. Llnncll 

Wm. Holliston 

M. J. Fearer 

Bdmond Qlte , 

H. E. Kmerson 

C. W. Pool , 

Flax Sam Die rs— 

David Nelson 

Chas. lilndbers 

O. R. Ltppetl 

Helpers— 

H. W. Gray 

C. D. Pattlnaon 

B. T. MathewB 

C. H. McCOmber 

Michael Gleeson 

8. R. Norgaard 

C. M. Botstord 

Erlck Bandln 

Jos. Bkanrud 

Gust Jemberif 

Adolpb Anderson 

John Nelson 

Wm. Auatett , 

G. Ooodmanson 

Peter Anderson 

W. F. Cyr .' 

David Coults 

Datnth Department— 

WelKblDS— 

Welsbmaster, H, B. Hoore tl.749.0T 

WelKbmastcr, J. B. Sutphin 841.65 

Chlel clerk, F. W. Lonegreo STS.DO 

Chief clerk, W. C. Weld 187.00 

Clerk, H, E. Hanson '. 82B.60 

Clerk, H. P. Jsckeli 877.00 

Clerk, W. J. Hudson Z33.6S 

Clerk, J. H. Stenarson l lOO.OO 

Scale expert. C. C. Neale l.SOO.OO 

Duluth Registration — 

ReglBtrar, J. F. Ely l,37H.OO 

Registrar, E. L.. MillaJ 125.00 

Clerk, E, A. lilndffren 787.50 

Clerk, B. h. MiUar S7.S0 

Clerk, Wm. Pellena 8S.O0 

J. L. Erlckaon 82.18 

L«ul8 ChrlBtensei) 684.45 

H. H. Johnson 807.08 

M. Hoppa 708.85 

W. A. Cragln 778.60 

P. T. Gorman S>7.81 

J. T. Dunphy 822,01 

M. O'Rourke 734. Bl 

Alei. lionsmeulr 709.00 

Geo. N. Ltt Vaque 275.71 

J. R. Randall 566.25 

K. 8. Adams 878.42 

P. G. Heinrlcks 687.30 

James Murray 847.06 

L. G. Pendergaat 721.20 

A. Boessonnesult 8^,30 

A. McCormaok 634.50 

W. H. Groft 851.90 

J, W. Schwelger 604.00 

L. B. Coona 682.95 

W. A. Kinnston 016,39 

S. M. Smith 888.70 

F. E. Bradley I7B.4B 

A. WaftK 703.50 

J. O. Mflna 030.50 

a W. HlKKln* 92T.60 

J. A. Grey 778.10 

J. Zimmerman 631. T5 

Robert Lamon 96?.00 

J, D. stHn^er 856.38 

P. J. Holan 688.00 

J. C. Oude 862.20 



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EXPENSE ACCOUNT. 


— — (38,580.48 

t3.S80.90 








bills 




P. P. Qulsl, chief dep 
J, B. autphln. chief 


uty Minneapolis welKblDE, bills 
deputy Duluth InBii^cilon, bills 
puty Duluth neighlnK, blllH pal 
eputy Uuluth welghlug. bUlB P 

RECAPITULATION. 


aid.. 


708.03 
710.32 








Minneapolis department (Inspection) 

Duluth department (inspection) 

Duluth department (wslglilnB) 

Qeneral expense account, bilta paid 
























28.0SO.OO 









Grain I na peal loa— Board ot Appeals— Year BsdiiiK July .11, 

Alex. McKlnnon, salary, Mlimeapolls 11,990.(13 

C. A. Malmqulst, salary, Minneapolis 1,900.93 

P. L. Greenleaf. salary, Minneapolis 1,999.93 

J. K. Stone, salary, Duluth 2,000.00 

P. W. Eva, salary. Dululn 2.000,00 

H, P. BJorge, salary. Duluth 2,000.00 

J. V. Sexton, salary, sample carrier 82.W 

C. A. Wllklns, salary, sample carrier IZS.OO 

Chas, HtrmBtreet, saiarj-, sample carrier 82.50 

EXPENSES, 

Alex. HcKlnnon. expenses 12 months SS5.33 

J. K. Stone, ex[>ensea 12 months 081.-IO 



LcKlslattve tOxpenses. (Session 1&01.> 

SENATE. 

Stxty-three members, (B days, at K per day (29.025.00 

MlleaKe, 13.381 miles, at 13 cents per mile 2.no4.!5 

OFFICERS OP THE SENATE. 

Lyndon A. Smith, ileut^nant governor WO.OO 

S, A. LanKum. sorretary ORO.OO 

A. D. Countryman, assistant secretary 870.00 

■W. D. Smith, second asslalant secretary (Wffi.OO 

Geo, D, Montgomery. enrollinE clerk *'iji-^ 

A, O. Myron. enurossInK Clerk 4^.00 

E, A. Lewis, assistant enxrossInK clerk *Vi'^ 

Thomas Downs, serEeant-at-arms 475.00 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF 3TATE. 

Geo. W. Qeery, assistant BerBeant-at-a.rmH 

W, W. l.ewlB. chaplala 

James Woodrork, toilet roam 

N. H. Forsyth, dourkeeper 

H. E. Plymat, asaistant doorkeeper 

Wm. Ba.teson, cloak room keepsr 

U. J. Knudson, scrseant committee rooms 

J. T. QJernes, sergeant Kallerles 

Henry Burkhardt, file keeper 

Ralph Lammen, page 

Dick Whitney, pagu 

Walter CroBby, page 

Fred Monaban, page 

Willie MurguardC, pa^e 

ClauB Kkman, page 

Prank E. Force, assistant file clerk 

Wm. Hodgson, clerk Judiciary comnilttee 

W. B. Ricliardion, clerk Judiciary committee.. 
Aug. Peterson, clerk Logs and lumber camm 
8. W. Frailer, clerk printing committee,.. 
C. D. McKllUp, clerk railroad committee... 
Jaa. A. Stuart, clerk finance committee... 
H. W. Brown, cterk engrossInK committee. 
Marion EBtes, stenographer Judiciary comn 

Wm. H. Alton, assistant enrolling clerk 

H. H. NIckBon, clerk state prison c 
Harry Finn, P. O. messenger. 
Pearl Putnam, stenographer.... 
J, W. Bentley, clerk enrolling o 

Walter McCoy, janitor i.j.ui' 

Lillian Qrlndley, stenographer 475.1KI 

And. a. Quam, Hreman 47B.0O 

Chas. L. Stevens, clerk tazee and tax laws 47^.00 

W. E, Verity, clerk municipal corporations 475.00 

C. M. Barrle, clerk public lands committee 475.00 

J. a. Vandlver. clerk reapportionment oommltt«e ISS.OO 

Max D. Robb, clerk Insurance committee 470.00 

Wm. Dunbrack. senate clerk 425.00 

H. A. Chowlnard, chaplain 11-5.00 



MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. 

J. A. Martin, nine days servlcea as clerk Judiciary com- 
mittee WO.OO 

Prank P. Dufresne, 20 sets annotated alatutes 3XT,.m 

McUlll-Wamer Co., stationery 102.13 

Wm. B. Hale, repairing desks, etc TS.i 

A, & W. McGulgan, closet case l.'i.ou 

McGlll-Warner Co.. Itlter heads SjIJiO 

Wallblom Furniture & Carpet Co.. supplies 100.10 

Wm. B. Hale, keys, etc 3.^5 

• Pioneer Press Co., legislative manuals aiKt.OO 

McGUl-Warnor Co.. stationery, etc 311.30 

Wm. B. Halt, repairs 4.00 

at. Paul Hardware Co., hardware 2.30 

Wm, B. Hale, repairing locks 2.30 

Americaij Electric Co.. lamps 4.15 

Mrs. W. W. Lewis, balance salary due Rev. W. W. Lewis. 

as chaplain 12.-i.00 

Pioneer Press Co., stationery 42.05 

Annie Murray, services at the telepnone l.'iO.OO 

Glennle Wilkinson, services at the telephone 160.00 

Thos. Downs, serving subpoena 1.20 

Owens Davis, washing towels 20.0*1 

Highland Spring Co.. water 51.01* 

C. T. Troworldge, Janitor service 4.00' 

McQltl-Warner Co.. stationery 131.C0 

Brown, Treaoy ft Co., stationery 25..^0 

Bgan Jewelry Co.. repairing clock 3.00 

Wallblom Furniture ft Carpet Co., matches 2.10 

Geo. J. Grant, blank case lO.BS 

L. L. May & Co., Howers for Chaplain Lewis' funeral.,.. 16.00 

William Dampler, carriages R.nO 

Wyckoff. Seamans ft Benedict, rent tor 2 machines 36,00 

Bmlth-Premler Typewriter Co., rent for 1 machine 10 2--i 

Boutell Broa. furniture 7.50 

S. A. lAiigam, abstract (or Inveatlgatlng committee lO.oo 



A. Costello, 3 days as page. . 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



W. L. BruEKeman, 3 days aa page 

B. A. LanKum, Indexlnc senate journal. . 

Sundry persons for enrolling 

Sundrj- persons for enKTOBSlns 

Total tor senate 



HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 



OFFICBB8 OF THE HOUSE. 

M. J. Dowlins, speaker 

Julius A. Schmahl. chief clerk 

Geo. H. Spear, first B«8l«tailt clerk 

J. S. AmesoD, secoad aaslBtant clLTk 

Frank Holcomb, enrolling clerk 

S. W. HelBDdy, aaslstant earolllns clerk and postmaster. 

W. W. Wall, euKTossinK clerk 

Kdward Fannlns, BerKeant-at-arms 

Ward P. Gray, Bssislant serKSant-al-arms 

Harry W. Kiiowles, chaplain 

Uattle j. Bordewlok. genaral cierk 

Alfred NyqulHt. pB.ge 

Robb C. Brown, page 

Oscar Lewis, page 

OUle Tlmm, page 

Chae. Gleaaon, page 

Frank Foley, page 

Charles 8. Lebo, page 

S. K. Dolen. doorkeeper 

Wm. R, Metcalf, doorkeeper 

Henry Lende, gallery doorkeeper 

J. B. Kelly, cloak room doorkeeper 

K. J. Weeks, cloak room doorkeeper 

L. E. Strum, cloak room doorkeeper 

L. B. Warren, committee room doorkeeper 

Royal Hudoett, committee room doorkeeper 

T. O. Lundey, clerk Judiciary committee 

Guy Cummlngs. assistant clerk Judiciary committee 

E. M. Parish, assistant clerk Judiciary committee 

SImim Mlchelet, assistant clerk Judiciary committee 

Mrs. Frooklyn I^e, assistant postmaster 

Ole O. Dasseth, clerk engrossing committee 

Edward Johnson, die clerk 

H. R. Knudson, assistant file clerk 

Geo. W. I.amb, clerk railroad committee, eight other 

committees 

Ouataf B. Wallace, clerk appropriations committee 

John T. Jones, reading clerk 

F. 8. Allen, clerk enrolling committee 

J. W. Blood, clerk appropriation committee 

O. B. Wallan, clerk public aocounis committee 

J. 8. Strong. Janitor 

Mary Campbell, stenographer Judiciary committee 

Rose Forsyth Chase, stenographer 

Ell S. Frlck, extra clerk 

Wm. Ounderaon, extra clerk 

ChBS. Juster, cloak room keeper 

Perry Williams, page first 9 days 

Walter Feely, page flrst 9 days 

J. P. Cheunaux, page flrst Q days 

P. M. Birch, page first 9 days 

Chas. Donnelly, page first 9 days 

D. Bllllnga. cloak room keeper first 6 days 

David Cufts. cloak room keeper first 9 days.. 

Jas. Andpraon, cloak room keeper first 9 days 

D. C, Whillock, cloak room keeper first 9 days 

D. M. Strang, cloak room keeper first 9 d»ys 



1880.00 
880.00 
772.00 

eso.oo 

476.00 
47G.00 
fiTS.00 



470.00 
469.00 
2«7.00 



2«T.B0 

2a7.GO 
864.00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



MISCELl^NEOUS EXPBNBBS. 

McOill-Wamer Co.. stationery 

Theodore Borup. Jr., supplies 

Brown, Treaty & Co., supplies 

M. J. ONeil, electric shades 

Fairbanks, Morse & Co., HCUleB 

St. Paul Book & Stationery Co., pentlls 

McQllI- Warner Co., stationery 

Oeorge J. uranC. making platrorm 

American Electric Co., shade 

Schuncman & Evans, goods 

'VVBllblom Furniture & Carpet Co., brooms, etc 

■Wm. B. Hale, repairing locks 

St. Paul Hardware Co., supplies 

Minnesota Soap Co.. soap 

F. P. Dufresne, 4 sots statutes 

Smith-Premier Co., chair 

Theodore Borup, stationery 

Pioneer Press Co., 1.45U pocket manuals 

Grown, Treacy & Co.. supplies 

H. E. Wedelataedt, supplies 

Qeorge J. Grant, carpenter work 

Andrew Schoch Grocery Co., 50 pounds salt 

Schuneman Ik Evans, goods 

Wm. B. Hale t Co., repairing locks 

McGlU-Wamer Co., supplies 

Mrs, Rose Chase, supplies 

Wm. B. Hale, repairing locks 

St. AKatha's Convent, retouching picture 

McGIII-Wamer Co., supplies 

Smith-Premier Co., chair 

Theodore Borup. 25 maps 

Wyckoff. Beamans & Benedict, typewriter ribbons 

Ametican Electric Co.. shades, etc 

American Electric Co., shades, etc 

Wallblom Furniture & Carpet Co.. supplies 

Schuneman & Evans, merchandise 

Rose Chase, rent of typewriter 

G. B. Ward, expenses committee on appropriation 

Wm. B. Hale, repairing locks 

Brown. Treacy & Co., stationery , 

H. E. Wedelsiacdi, stationery 

McOlll-Warner Co., stationery 

Pioneer Press Co., door and desk cards 

M. H. Campbell, rent of typewriter 

J. A. Schmahl, rent of typewriter 

Highland Spring Co., water 

Jacob Grevstad. services Janitor 

Martin Nelson, services janitor 

Mrs. Caroline Hammond, services as telegraph operator. 

Margaret Wafler, extra services 

Phllomena Morgan, extra services 

3uBle Johnson, extra services 

Rose Chase, extra services 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

Mrs. Wm, Qunderson, extra services allowed late Wm. 

Gunderson 

J, A. Schmahl, IndeitinK Journal 

Sundry persons, enrolling 

Sundry persons, engrossing 

Total for house :... 

Total legislative expenses 

IieKUIalli-e Espenaes. (Estm SCHslon 
SENATE. 

Sixty-three members. 36 days, at K< per day 

Mileage of members. 13,3(11 miles, at 15 cents per mile.... 
Mileage of officers. 3.210 miles, at ir. cents pjr mile 

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE. 

T.yndon A, Smith, lieutenant governor 

S. A. Liangum. secretary 

16 



200.00 

sri0.fl3 

485.62 



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BIENNEAL rbpoet 



A. D. Countryman, aoelstant secretary 

W. D. Smith, 2d aaalaCant secreUry 

Qeo. D. Montgomery. earQllliig: clerk 

A. G. Myron, enEfOBalng clerk 

TlDmaa Downs, aerseant-at-arma 

<3eo. W. Qeery, asalatant aerKaont-at-arma. . 

H. A. Ctioulnard. chaplain 

James WooiSford. toilet room 

N. H. Forayth, iloorlteeper 

H. E. PlyinaC, aealatant doorkeeper 

H. J, Knudaon, sergeant committee rooma. . 

J. T. GJerneBB. Borgeant galleries 

Henry Burktiardt, Die keeper 

Dick Whitney, page 

Warner Henry, page 

Brnst Max. page 

Willie Marquardt, page 

Claua Ekman, page 

Henry Hlna. page 

H. KnutBon, P. O. messenger 

Pear] Putnam, atenograpber 

Walter McCoy, Janitor 

Lillian Qrlndley, Htenographer 

A. G. Quam. fireman 



HlSC£:i.I.ANEOUS 

Highland Spring Co,, water 

Mra, Caroline Hammond, telegrraph operator 

L. M. Qrlndley. rent of typewriter 

Owena Davis, waahlng towels 

Wallblom Furniture A. Carpet Co,, auppliea 

J. F. Ptacek. repairing 

Pioneer Press Co,, 1 doien shears 

Brown. Treaoy & Sperry Co., supplies 

McQlll-Wamer Co., supplies 

Sundry parsona, enrolling 

Sundry persons, sngrosslng 

B. A. Lianrum. indexing Journal 

Total lor aenate 

HOUSE OF RBPRESBNTATIVaa. 

UT members, 36 day*, at t5 per day 

Mileage ol members. SCOST miles, at 15 cents per mile 

Mileage of offlcera, 1.406 miles, at 15 cents per mile 

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. 

M, J. Dowllng, speaker 

Julius A. Bchmatal, chief clerk 

W. E, Verity, flrat aealatant dark 

J. S. Arneaon, second assistant clerk 

Frank Holcomb. enroUlnft clerk 

B. W, Melendy, assistant enrolling clerk and p 

W. W. Wall, engroaslng clerk 

Bdward Fannlnfc. sergeant- at- arms 

a. Johnson, assistant sergeant-at-arms 

Harry W. Knowles, chaplain 

Hattle J. Bordewlck, general Clark 

Alfred Nyqulat. page 

J. H. Gadett. page 

Oscar Lewis, page 

Ollle Tlmm, page 

Chas, Gleason. page 

Geo. Brant, page 

Chas. Wanderman. page 

Geo, W. John, doorhpeper 

S. H, Dolen, doorkeeper 

C. H. Andrews, doorkeeper 

W. M. O'Dwyer. gsjlery doorkeeper 

J. B. Kellv. cloak room doorkeeper , 

K. J, Weeks, cloak room doorkeeper 

G. C. Armstrong, cloak room doorkeeper 

Hoyal Hudnett, committee room doorkeeper. , 



i,oee.fie 

96.€6 
42.48 



!1.060.00 

8.883.60 

aio.90 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



H. W. Beverens, committee clerk 

Mt>. Franklyn Lse, asalaUjit poBtmajlier. . 

Edward Jobnton. file cleric 

J. T. Jones, reading cleric 

Jajie Kelly, stenoKrapher 

Mrs. Qoo. Van Smith, DLenoKTapher 

J. B. BCrong. Janitor 

T. O, Sundry, Janitor 

Rose Forsyth Chase, stenographer 



MIBCELIu^NBOUB KXPBNB&B. 



Brown, Treacy & Co., siipplleB 

MeGlU-Wamer Co.. supplies , 

W. A. ArmHtronB, supplies 

Julius Qrosse, supplies 

HclAtn & Gray, supplies 

Wallblom Furniture & Carpet Co.. auppUea 

Owena Davis, naehlng: towels 

Jane Kelly, rent of typewriter 

Rose Chase, rent of lypawrlter 

Mrs. G. A. Van Smith, rent o( typewriter 

8. W. Melendy, postage for speaker 

H. Bockstruck, repairing clouk 

J. F. Ptacek, repairing- locks 

E. B. Meyrowlti, thermometers 

B. B. Cowen, reporter 

J. W, Bennett, reporter 

W. G. UcMurchy. reporter 

G. A. Van Bmltn, reporter 

C. H. Bingham, reporter 

A. H. Vernon, reporter 

J. A. Btuart reporter 

B^ed Henself, reporter 

UartJn Nelson, Janitor services 

H. 8. Borderwich, rent of typewriter 

P. J, BchwarK, services enrolling committee 

Mrs. J. W. Torry. per diem of deceased husband. . 

Highland Spring Co., water 

Sundry persbns, enrolling 

Sundry persons, engrossing 

J. A. Bchmahl, Indexing Journal 

Total, house of 

Total expense of extra s< 



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244 BIENNIAL REPORT 

STATEMENT I. 

APPROPBIATIONB: FISCAL YEAR BNDINQ JULY 81, 1903. UKBXPENDBD BAL- 
ANCES AUOOST 1. IfiOl, O^ APPROPRIATIONS OF IWI AND FORHBB TBABS. 
APPROPRIATIONS FOR THB FISCAL YEAR MOa, THB AMOUNT OP WARRANTS 
DRAWN DURING THB FISCAL YEAR 19(6, AND UNEXPENDED BALANCES 

JULY ai, iwe. 



Afpropkiationh. 


Law. 


m 


BaUnce 


"EC 


'SSS- ■'4"' 


Page 


Year 


flnprenie t'oqr(— 


US 

m 


1881 

ises 

1887 
1899 
1889 


1002 

leoe 

19l» 
1W2 

i9iie 
'\m 


ILKOOOO 

1,000.(10 
800.00 
000.00 

B,000.00 

i.wo.oa 

S58.9t 
4,000 00 

l»,O00W 

... 










BOO 
SDO 
8,000 


00 

CO 










Janitor 












*=?>t'T,"«Vce7;Bi.rMV,:v: 


m.M 


■»,.« 














E.OUO 
6.000 
G.00O 

B.OOO 


oo' 






1 



































00 ' 














00 




aos 


ISST 


\Wi 




n5,»n.oo 


1 






S.SOO 


00 






























S.SO0 
8,600 
S.G0O 
B.BOO 
S.EOO 
B,!iOO 
8,S0O 

8,600 
S.E60 
8.900 
8,600 
S,B0O 
5.M1 
S,UO 
*.0B8 


ool 






...... 






....: 


00 
00 

00 








2d Dlat.— W. Louis Kelly. 
2d DIst.— Geo. L. Bunn... 




1 








f- 































00 
00 
00 

oo 
oo 




^j^jjlgj J p McGee 




1 




:::: 




4thDlst.-D. P. Simpson.. 










1 

























.... 1 


B.041.68 












1 




71hDl3t.-D. B. Searle.... 








1,<SS-IJ8 




RK 





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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT I.- -Continued. 



i„..„,„,o... 


Law. 


III 


BiU«nce 


«^ 


Drawn. 


Balane* 


P«Be.Tear. 




1 








I8,S00.00 




Bth Dl8t.-Francl<i Cadwell 


1 








B.M0.00 
i.KUM 




1 








m>« 


lOtb Dlat.— Nath. Klngsley. 










































8,W0.00 


















lah Dlst.— Qorbam Powers 
121h Dl3t.-G. E. Qvale. . . . 








































8,600.00 
8.W0.00 

S,E00.00 
8,100.00 




14th Dlat.— Will lam Watts, 
loth DlBt— W. a. McClana- 


























18thDlBt.-S. A. Flaherty. 


























18thDlat.-A. E. GMdlnKS. 
DUIrlct Caarl netereea.. 
















-11" 


















IWI" 










Private Secretary 

Eiecutlve clerk 


















iimi 


























ContinKent 


SH 


1891 
18S7 


t«02 
190S 










1,1(4.13 


G.000.00 


} l,8«r-4S 


•1,488.00 


Cable ams 
















Andltor and Lund €oin- 


M 


1885 


1«0S 














Z.SOO.DO 










ifflir 


„ 










- 








4.goo.oo 

1.S00.D0 




















































^ 


intiT 


























288 8* 


AdjDtant Oencrul 


888 






2.000.00 
l.UO.OO 


2,000.00 

1.IK»,00 




1901 


,» 












Contlnaent 


,^ 


1B»1 


1902 




4(0.(» 


4GO.0O 





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BIENNIAL HBPOET 
STATEMENT I.— Continued. 



Aptoopbi atiovb. 



Citil wftT records 

UUltarj Btorekeeper. 

Dtatiilmtlon of war btstorlHi . 
Attoner General 

Assistant 

SecoDd assistant 

Stenosraiiher 

ContlDSent 

Bftllnwd merger o&9ea 

Inanrance ComnlaBlOB«r 

Clerkv. 

ContinKent 

LIbnrlan 

AsBlitant 

Law Ilbnr; 

Binding law books. 

OstolOBUBB 

Contingent 

Pnbllc EiKinliivr • 

Deputy 

AulBtant 

Assbtant banlt examinf r 

Second asalstant bank ex 



Biamlnlnit flnancial offlccs .... 

Secretary ot State 

Assistant and ststlstlct.in. . 

SecordlDK derk 

New appropriation, itlUL' 



Extra, clerks. ■ 



s: , Balance 
- " irfg- 1. 
ItEl. 



l«e ; SS3.S2 



Lpproprla- 



I Jllb_SI, 



00 1,100.00 



ii.on.w 

!e,4SS.t6 



{ '*To:« 



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AUDITOR OP STATE). 
STATEMENT l.—Contintied. 



ContlUKent 

Statistics contlnKent 

BxcbuiKC of document*. ... 

Old baUQiw rmitorwL 

SnyerinteadeBt of Public 

AwlsWnt :, 

Bitra clerk 

Continseat 

Sducattonal proceedlnKS. . , 

DIotJoiuiry fund 

Sates ot dictionaries 

Prlntlns acbosl laws 

Teaohers' examinations.... 

ChBok clerk 

Stenographer 

aerk 

Kitm olorkii 

Contingent 

Intereat on temporary 



Express Euid exchangs 

Commercial agency report ... 

Vault flxtuies 

AssessoiB' fees 

Examining bonds of stat 
depOBltorle* 



Fireman and laborer 

Electric light and ventUat- 



JaaKor 

Bxtra Janitors. . 



Ill 



^^." 



Appropr 

OODSfO 



1.IS0D.00 
486.80 



rnlyBl, 
1HI3. 



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BIENNIAL. REPORT 
STATEMENT l.~Continued. 



F|>iilrii and Pni 



Telephone Hpnt. 



Rtillro 



I CommU 
i anil n'arehoohi 



mlsHloii 

Contingent 

Dnlrr and Fuod Comi 

■ lOB 

Oollecllon of flneH, llcensB 
Lnnacy Commluion. . 
Bnr^AB of Labor* i . . , 






Board o( Health, Labo 

Tronx^r from domeatic tni 



Befandi 

Domestic animals, diseases 

Ulioratory. 



S^-3 ibBi 



lud receipt. 
Collecting Vital HtatlBtlcii 

ConUtKloD* DIseaae* | 

8Mtc SitnalorluDi CommlttflC. 
Board ol Eiiaalliatlon. .. ' 

DepoTtlnc Insane I 

Board ot Arbitration I 

Board ot Pardonn I 

Hlntorleai Soolely. . . 

Horllpnltaral Socletr 

Reports 






iillni 



Agricultural hall.. 

Water supply 

Coantr AjBTlenltni 



4, GO). 00 

aw 00 



14,000.00 

e.ooo.oo 



3,D0O.OC 

4,GW.0I 



a.ooo.oo 

5,I6B.9D i ZaS.lO 



S.TSO.IS I 37. at 



».(» I] 

T.VIT.S7 I 21.G00.a0 | 

! ll! 



.WH.ei 97.07 , 















1902 


..«..» 


;;;;;;;;;;;; 


IBOZ 


184 80 


s.soooo 


190:2 




b.soo.on 















.j !.« 



11.000.00 
1. GOO. 00 
E.OOO.OO 



*1, «■».»} 



E.ooo.oo . 

f4.000.00 . 



14.000.00 ll.CC 
3,000.00 i E.OC 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT l—Cmitinved. 



8ta 


Cl£ 


Brecdera* AhocU. 


»•« 























Po 


cat PrcBervatlOQ 










Sta 




F-ap»Irr Landii 






^ 















Old bsJance restored 

Drainase CodhuIibIoii . . . 
Drainage ot State Land a. 
ItonpK Stale Park 

Tree planting 

State Park, Dallea o( St. 



Nallonal tlnnrd 

Balance due on 

MlBcellaneo'ua r 

UnlfomiB 

Medical corps . . 



State camp ^ounda Im 
Barlal Soldier* and Salt 

Recelptfl from U.'s. iov 
emnient 

Soldlera' and SbIIopb 
Cemeterlea 

BberlllB* expeHea 

Renarda and Re«inli>i. 
tloni for Crlmlnala. . . . 

BIsh Schoola 



^"*.'■ 



SI .000.0 

is.Kia.oo 



I I8,2S4.0B 
1,290.10 



1,000.00 

i.esi.w 



i 8,(88.67 

I 22.eu.og 



ao.000.00 

G.OOO.OO 



i2,<m.ix 

S.OOO.W 



25,000.00 

S,oao.oo 



&E0.OO 

EO.OO . 

TOO.OO 



10,000.00 

soo.oo 



11,000.00 . 
1S,B00.00 . 
2,Bie.2S 

ia.eae.eo 
e.ooo.oo . 



teiiBi 



1,084.16 
l.Oll.ia 
22K.M 



fi.OOD.OO . 
E88.K 



OOOM . 
1,4SE.SB 



\ on. DO 

■ ; 110,017.38 . 



B.ue.so 



2.000.00 

na.ooo.oo 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT l.—ConHnued. 



• "■&"• 



GradFil Sehoola I 

SeiBi-Qr>ded Schooln.... i 1 

RarKl Schools ■ 1 

Coantr TtbIbIb* AcIiooIb. i '. 

TcBcherB' Instltntea ' ] 

Public Sckool LlbrBrlea. I 1 

TrsTellns LlbraFlea I 1 



ilnmeaotB Report* 
i>rlDtlna: Sheep 



L8,0t2.Se 
B.B80.(i: 



DeatrvotloB of Inae 



8t,Bie.34 

a6,i4S.n 

24,TST.S7 I 
7,39708 I I 

12,4K.U I 
4,2iS.lD 

8D,!8S.T8 ■ 

l.GOOOO . 
fi,Q0O.0O Mi.TS 



SO.OOO.DO 

x.txa.na 

7,000.00 

ie,Boo.oo 
s,too.oa 



4,1188.47 

i,s8z,ra 



1.0BS LlBe Flbera Boantr 
Belief of li«FT C. SlBOlnlr 
Relief of Jamea CarneT- ■ 
Monameat Sloaz War... 
TIckabaFK Slese HOBa- 



iBberltBHCe Tax Retoail- 
Attoraera* Feea Daloth 



4,000.00 . 
40.00 . 



eoo.oo 

*274.0D 



ItaBfiB CoaatrRelmbarae- 
Redenptioa of Stale 



State InBtltBtioaa Inini 



i,fn.» 
sao.oo 



lE.OOO.OO ' 

ie,Tfl6.a) • . 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 
STATEMENT 1. -Continued. 



ATFBOnUATIOHa. 


Lait. 


iti 


^ii!i.'- 


tes.- 


W«rr»iitB 

Drawn. 


V 


P.«e. 


Tear. 


-ds.!".'...'.'?;: .':-r'' 


« 


1M6 


.» 


171,770.80 








'wS?.'rfuMl.'S°.°.'.':" 


isao.oo 
iao,i8t.i3 






"S-Sx ST™ «'ss 










8M,501.al 




Proceeds from sale of 200 
M qertlflcatM or Indebt- 


























Kellet of Jue W»d | Bit 


imi 

iser 
laee 

18W 
1889 

IWl 

lew 
t«w 
ifioa 

IDOS 


190g 

190g 
1902 

leos 
i9oe 

1902 
190! 

1902 


■::: 

i7,e«,u 

881.17 

sos.es 

610.80 
11,801.92 


110.00 
271. !1 

iDe.i6 


82D.0O 






see 

888 






R«cord HTldenee ol La>il 




aeeoBd Vojame "BHa- 

UCBOtB Id OlTlI RBd lo- 

dl>B W>ra" 














9B 
BS 


Toe.oe 

SI. 88 

se.M 

47,000.00 

80.00 

50.00 

7,MO.0O 

800.00 
l.BOO.OO 

116,101.71 
8,000.00 
7,600.00 
1,600.00 
6,000.00 


10,0«7.01 
TOe.08 
G1.S8 
68.61 

66,114.18 

7,600.00 

8,519.89 

882.00 
tl.871.«0 

m.l8 

1,600.00 

416,101.71 
7.m.g! 
7,688.62 
1,600,00 
4.098.21 


•1.204.88 


Connty Offlce*B' EspeniirB 












LFslaUtlve Bxp»bm 


s.oro.is 




Money returned by F. H. 












I^sUlatlve PrlntlBK. . . . 
Pan-Anerleaii KXFoat- 


u 

BB 
ST8 


lOO! 

1902 

leoi 

1886 
1W2 


ifioa 
iva 

190B 

1002 

1002 






8, si8.ee 




^D.'ii'r*!'"'' ■'"'■"*'■ 




Kevlaloa of l^w 

BtXe Conferemec Ctaari- 


S1,«8.J7 


17.088.78 


Joaavb Bobleter 

VTATB INaTITDTlOHS. 












881 
881 

Tse 

881 
840 


1901 

leei 

188C 
1901 
189« 
1R09 


1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 




\ 888.78 




l.BCe.68 








School of mines, lupport.. 




•1.76 
26.000.00 


25.000.00 
2W.M 

eu.is 








Clinical bulMlnB 







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BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT I.-ConUnved. 



AFPROPRlATlOItS. 



*S&.'' 



■'SSSSC"^ 



' JnlT Bl, 

ufbs. 



Chemistry building 8B1 



Geolofrical and natural 

tory survey 

Receipts from sslei 



Eneineerlng and MecV 
leal Arts building 

Pbysica building 

New boilers 

Dental department 

formed children. I".". , . 
8eli«al o( AKrlcnltarc 

■y I 

[ ' 

Dairy hall 

Horllcultural hall and phi 

Blacksmith shop 

Swine-breeding building. . 

Slaughter house 

Uirls" dormitory 



j ia.600.0C 

a,wo.ao . 



12,621.70 
8,S0O.M 
SO.tt . 



8,200.00 . 



25,000.0( 
8,00O.OC 



S.000.0( 

e,ooo.o( 



22,814.87 I Z,«8G 1! 
2,710.41 I 






Block 

at. Cliiad Norai 

Support 

Furniture .... 
M.BcellaiieoUB. 

Addition to ma 

WlBOn* Kornii 

Transfer trnti 



n bulldlns. I 
1 schoul— , 



t.soo.« 

|80,84S.4T i 8.58T.a 



4,064.06 : lo.oas.M 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT l.—Contitmed. 



Appbopriations. 


La 

Page. 


leoi 


ill 

1903 


*SJi.'- 


*S"- 


WsrraDta 


V 




Il.li00.00 


) f2e2.0! 

) 709.28 
i 1!!.!0 

047.07 

B88.D0 










Fumltura 


esi 


1901 


1902 




1.900.00 










831 

91 
BSl 

8U 

881 
S81 
SIZ 

S81 

881 


im 

1901 
1901 

IflOI 
ISOl 

iseo 

IBOI 
IWl 

ICOl 


1908 

1902 
1908 

1902 

190S 
1902 

1903 
1902 


ll.OOO.OO 








S00.90 
lO.OOO.OO 

82.E00.90 
8.181.97 

1,000.80 

600.00 










Hauknlo Karmitl Scliool— 




j 84.247.06 
104.00 
279,88 


1,444.93 


Miscellaneous receipts 










Lot and gradlnB 


800.00 




600.00 
16,U0O.I» 

29,600.00 

88..B8 

260.00 


29.26 
0,476.49 

{28.64t.7G 
188.61 

6,887.62 




Heatln lant 






MnoFhcail Komiil Schooli 










m 

881 

881 

881 

881 
SSI 

m 

881 


leoi 

1898 

IWI 

1901 

1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 

laes 

IfiOl 
IBOl 


1902 

imt 

1m 

iKe 

1902 

I«02 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1909 

1902 




88 48 


Repairs and eewerage 


1,S00.00 




20.000.00 

10,000.00 
2,000.00 
750.00 




0„...h »ar„». S.h.o.- 




■ 


Furnlture 




3,000,00 










,.»,» 


7.600.00 






000.00 
1,000.00 
EOO.OO 


000 OO 




















£7. 992. 88 

1.000.90 

14,811.21 


27,467.14 




Electric llKht and xaa 

*t. Pete» Hoapltal— 






166.000.00 

a.05:.e8 

«.2GS.2e 


166.644.44 

) 1.680.78 

3.288,87 

740,64 








Transfer to Anoka asy- ^ 












881 

881 

848 
848 
848 


1901 
1901 
1901 
1800 

1809 
I1«0 


1902 
1902 
1902 

1902 
190B 




8,600.00 
4,000.00 
10,000.00 




North detached ward 

HebuIldlnB burnt portion. .. 


9.702.82 


18,016.08 


088 68 

2.B00.M 
1,200,00 




" 




1,860.88 








1.200,00 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



aTATEMENT I.~Contiuued. 



ili 



UTBoallaiieoui rec«[pti. 
Transfer to HaatlnKS 
asylum, (uppoort 



PlumbinK 

Smoke stack 

Ubrary .■ 

Fercaa Falls Has vital- 
Support 

Extra appropriation, a. 

per chapter 288. 1S9B.. 

Miscellaneous receipts... 

Radiators 

Vegetable cellar 

Qreenbouse 

Cold atorace 

Bast detached ward 

atandplpe and hydrants.. 
ind flecOBd Stale 



Fli 

Airmiu- ;... 

Anolcn Slate Aivrlam^ 

Traaisler' 'iVom" sV. ' Peter 

hoHpltal, support 

M la re Han eo us receipts,.. 

Cold storage 

Asylum wing 

Dairy barn and alio 

Boot cellar 

Stock and machinery 

Laundry 

UastlBKK State Aarlnm — 

T^aoBfer' (Vom' 'Ro'chBHter 

Mlse'e^la 
Repairs . . 
Dairy barn 



S^i. ' 



««i"„v.'s;"i« 



e.ie5.B8 

I.GOO.OO 
500,00 



B,00O.IX 
6.000.00 . 

6).eo 



se.ae . 

810.88 . 

7M.«e . 



lo.on.ee - 

«U.ST 



SB.OOO.OO 
8,500,00 



800.00 
2,000.00 



172.489.34 :til,MS.M 
2.I8S.« 



ia7,(iB».Z0*Bl,l77 

i 



la.oM.si 

iB.oao.oi 

2,*»i-42 j ; 



m.et 1.H 
im.M ; 2.ai».s 



i.tn-BK 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 
STATEMENT l.—Contimied. 



i Balsnoe Approprla'| ^ 



*».'■ 



Awlum wing. , 

aiio 



Bridge 

Laundry 

Root cellar 

Live atock 

Sehool tor tile Deaf— 
Hbcellaneous receipts... 

MlscellaneouB reeVlptii'.. 

Water tank, etc 

Bwltcb board 

Pipe covering 

Re-tublng boilers, etc 

Re-wlrlDS bulldlas 

§cbaol tor (ha Bllad— 

Support 
iflscell 






neouB receipts... 

Uuaicai apparfttua 

Iron btdateMU 

Cold atorase 

H«tftl root 

cbool for tb« P«ohle 

M^cel 

Boutl) boapltal wing.. 

Cottac* No. 1 

Transfer to Cottage No. 2 ■ 

No. 
"no." 
State PakUe flobool— 

Bnpport 

Hiscellsneous receipts.. 

Repairs 

New boilers 

Water works 

Volt meter 



t 11, 000. M 

iBOe io.DOo.ot 



soooo . 

6.(l00.0( 



1,9M.M 

i.Eoa.oc 



l.OIO.OO . 
l.OOD.OD . 



1, BIB. 03 
S.UO.OO 



12S,D0O.O0 

5,B70.M 

I.OOO.OO 



JGl.m-K 
I TB5.T8 



186.5li ' 

I 



^iu,mM 1 



lB,8tl.M , 

i,4u.iE : 



Eo.ooo.oo ; 

I,«D.12 ! 



|88.0B8.iiO ^''^'-^■^ 

i.ate.w Z44.a 

' S,600.« 

SSt.W , BTO.U 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT !.— Confirmed. 



APPBOFKlAnOMS. 



itSi. ' 



FenclnE. etc 

Iron bedsteads... 

i BKency 



State Tralnlnic School- 
Support 

Mlacellancous receipts..,. 



Repairs 

Manual training:, , 

Boys' library 

Ulrls' library 



State agency. 
Bl:ate aKent's 

Bet« rmatoiT— 

Support 

Mlscellaneo'Js receipts... 
Repairs .-.--■ ,-.,--,,..., 

New cell wing 

Farm revoIvlnB fund 

Administration building. . 



1,»».(» 
2,000 M 

2S0.a> 

GOD.( 

S,0«0.( 
I.OOD.OO 



Diver 



ned 1 



Repairs, main building. ■ 



],8M.0i 
229.84 

sae.;i 

S,SZl.ffi 

soa.OG 



8G.W 
258.6)1 . 

e,lTS.Bl 



[ TB.W 
S.9a0.1T 



MiSLellaneouE 



Saldlera> Honiv— 

Support 

Pens ions collecttil 



Cottage No. 1.. 
Cottage No. 2.. 



838.21 



I 391 I 1901 
I 881 1901 
' 881 i 1901 



. fliB,gei.a4 

20,000.00 ] 

1B,60».7B I 
I S8,S10.i; 
I NXI.CO 



»,19£.a£ 1 

658.75 j 

VI4,ilb.S» I 



i.aoo.oo . 

1,700 00 . 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 
STATEMENT 1.- Continued. 



Cottage No. 3 

Cottage No. 4 

Cottage No. Ti 

Improvements 

Storm wIndowB, etc 

Reaervolrs 

HstchlnK house 

OI'EN APPKOfKlATIONS. 

Bnartl iif Cuntrol 

Architect 

itpil Srhiiiil FnBd. . .. 
it«d Sobuol Pund, 

■nveated §choal Fand, 



Inveated U n I t 



ipnt l^and S^ud, 

Apportioned Selkool Fund | 
t on Capllol Car- 



ipnt LdDd Fraud, 



tlflMtea al Indekted- 

Lnnd CollFotloa Fees. . 
SiTiiDip Ijind Refandiupnt 

Refandmcnt 

Sehool Pand Bond, Re- 1 

School Fund Bond, Intep- 
«t, Refandmrnl 

Fnndlnit Banda 

Fire Companies 

Vtunrl Tonnase Taxes. . . 



Lppropr 
I90E. 

t2,«».( 

i.fes.i 

1,076.1 

2,e7S.( 



86e,8W. 

soo.ooo. 
M,eis. 

61.71£. 
IS4. 



ta.flos 


00 


I. OSS 


00 


1,076 


00 


!.B76 


00 


306 


88 


1.126 


00 


8,040 


47 


26,627 


Ot 


B,64l 


u 


m.m 


00 


9(»,000 


X 


66.818 


28 


61,7« 


» 


184 


G6 


S8.0>» 


00 


6,607 


A8 


49,688 


76 


K 


26 



22,600.00 


6,686 


00 


408 


06 


1,841 


60 


60 


00 


IS 


64 


116,118 


m 


41,OS8 


58 


4,662 


BS 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT I.—ConHnved. 



OfbId Inapefllon 

Bourd of Appeal 

Soldiers' Relief 

Horae Thlet Bounties . . 
DetentloB HoB|>lt«li> — 
- Tns Befnni 



Finn county. Snake river I ' 

bridge I loa I 

Polk county, drainage can- ' 

»' 103 

Renvlll? cnunty. bridges I j 

and roads | job ^ 

Rice county, Morrlstowi 

Bt earns county, 8k nn 



su.oo 



ifm 100.00 . 



M.GS I... 



«,BM.9e 

teo.oD 

9»M 



Inly SI, 



•200.00 
•112,00 
•IMS.OO 



•ioo.oo 

•100.00 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 
STATEMENT l.—ConHnwd. 



APP HOPBIATIOHe. 



iiity, roads and 



and repairing: hlBhiray... 

Blfi Stone county, bridge — 
BlK Stone county, highway 

irth am 

B, brldg' 

Brown county; bridge. ■ 
Carlton county, road,.. 
Carver county, brldee.. 
Cass county, bridge 



800.00 
300.00 



FttlT M, 

•SSO.O* 
•100.09 
•«0.0» 
•K.IM> 



1,000.09 
400.00 



ChlsBKo county, bridges, . 

Clay county, bridge 

Cook and Lake counties. 



Dodge and Steele counties 



2G0.a» 

aM.o» 



Faribftult county, bridge., 

Fillmore county, bridge. 
Bed rtver 

Fillmore county, bridge. 
Sec. 28, T, V». R 10 

Fr««t>om county, roods , 
and bridges , 

county, bridge I 

bridge, , 



Ooodhui 



I'omme de Terr 



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STATEMENT l.—Coutinued. 



AppHOPniATioNa. 

Qruit county, bridge. Mub- 
tlnlM river 

Hennopln county, bridge. .. 

Houston county, brldce.... 

Hubbard county, wsrum 



Page. Tear. ^ 



JtLOkBon county, bridge., . 
KMia.bflC county, bridge,. 
Kandiyohi county, road . , . 
Kandlyobl county, roads. . 
KIttaon county, road 



bridge. 
• 14 

County, bridge, 
■. 113, R. 4i 

county, brldne. 
". ni, R. 2a 



town of Acoma i sob 

Mftriball county, road , 909 

Martin county, town or 

Waatf ord, bridge aOfl 

Ibrtln county, H.1II and 1 

Budd lake bridge goo 



MorrlBon county, road... 
Hower county, bridge... 
Hurray county, bridge. . . 
nicollet county, bridge, . 



'SST *Kaii"1 w'-""" SiTff 














aos.ott 




400.00 






300.00 . 
20000 . 



400 00 



I soo-oa' 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
STATEMENT I.— Continued. 



Appbophutions. 


Law. 


^ 


Balance 


1002. 


W»rranta 


^ 


Nobles county, briclgea 


ml iwi 
■ 809 i i«n 

8W|1£»1 

m 1001 

308 1 1901 

SOS 1 1901 
800 : 1901 


1001 

1901 

1901 

1001 
1001 

1901 
1901 

IWl 

1901 
1901 
1901 

1901 
1901 

1901 

1901 

1901 
1901 
1901 


MOO.OO 
400.00 
500.00 

aio.oo 






HDOOO 






400 OO 


Olmsted county, bridge 

tI!"] river brldg'/'. . . . "" 

Otter Tall county, prairie 




teoo.oo 

300,00 










200.00 
300.00 

EOO.OO 

aoo. 00 






"L'fiSlUr"';..!-.''! 

Pipestone county, bridge.. 
Polk county. Sand Hill 










400.00 
200.00 

50 .oe 








Polk coantj, rep«lring bridge. 
Polk county. dredging 






m 

aoo 

800 
800 

309 
309 
DOS 

aoe 

309 
309 
309 

800 

SOO 

a» 

809 

m 


mi 
leoi 

ISOl 

leoi 

1901 

■«i 

1.0. 

1901 
1901 
1901 

1001 
1901 

1901 
IBOl 






Pope county, Chippewa 

river bridge 

Pope county, building 


aoo.M 

uo.oo 

too.oo 

200.00 

400.00 

200.00 
200.00 
400.00 

100.00 

m« 

400.00 
200.00 

aw.oo 

100.00 




200.00 












300.00 








400 no 






400.00 




Renville county, Hawk 






Henville county. Hawk 








Hlce county, Cannon river 






SW-OO 






200.00 

400.00 








"SSiSS:..'""..". 




100. 0I> 


"sssrr":.^".'":'.". 






Scott county, road, high 
tre.tle .....". 

acolt county, road. Belle 




200.00 


a».oo 








Hlbtej county. Hush river 








Sibley county. Territorial 


i 




Sibley county, Rush river 


100.00 





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BIENNIAL REPORT 
STATEMENT I. -Con (in wed. 



Appropkiationh. 


\ 


"_ 


A 


aSI" 


tor 190S. 


Warrants 
1 Dr»wn. 


Balance 


Steftma county, public 
hlstaway 


aoe 


IflOl 


.«, 


IIW.OO 




1 


ttK.OO 


fiteams county, Bauk river 








ISO 00 








8t«amB county, Qatchell 


BOfi 


i»i 


1901 


IfiO.DO 




IW.OO 




Stevens county, bridge 

flwlft county. hJg-hway.... 
Todd county. Long Prairie 
























™, 










Todd county. Wing river 
















Tofld county. Long Prairie 




i«n. 


m- 






m«, 




To«d county. Long Pralrte 
.rIver bridge..... 


SCO 


1901 


1901 








lOO-W 


Tood county, road 


BOB 


tBOl 


1901 


100 00 






100. 00 


Travane county, bridge.... 


B0» 


IWl 




400.00 




too. 00 




Wabaiha county, bridge... 
■Wadena county, bridge.... 
















DOB 


1901 


IWl 


JtXIOO 






400.00 


■Waseca county, roads 

^Vaaeca county, road 

-Waahlneton county, roads. 


















inni 












im 


1(111 


1011 


ino.oo 






soooo 


wt 


imr 








4M)00 


Winona county. Homer 
and Winona cut-oft road. 


SOB 


1901 


1901 


am.oo 




300.00 




Winona county, bridge .... 

Tallow Medicine county. 
Tallow Medicine river 
















sm 


1901 


IBOl 


6(»,0O 




500.00 










Currant (luO:;) appfCTpria- 






>.;4«.osa«a 

.MB.aSO.Tl 






































1 








■:.«i*.u 
,it93Ba.i» 


7.m.u 










Warranta drawn during 1 ' 




7,^4.810.60 1 






— ; 


— 





mjosTsii" 






7,4W,HS.a 


l,taM.M ' 


*78,fi17.S7 


Available July 31, 1902 i 


IWl.Tlffl.lS 



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AUDITOR Ofc- STATE. 



STATEMENT J. 

JUDICIARY. 
Saprcme Co>rl— Yur endlnB Jalr 81, 1903. 

SALARIES. 



OlBoerB, Etc— 



Beportar, H. B. Weniell... 
StenoKraphe ra— 

Prances Webb 

Cmrrle Hotchklaa 

W. O. Braggans 

Alice Corcoran 

Myra Mitchell 



Jotephli. . 
Arthur C 



Norv 
lUns*" 



CONTINGENT. 

D. F. Reese, sundry warrants, copying opinions, et 
D. P. Heese, poetage, f'" 
■Wyekoft, Seam — °- "^ 



a &' Benedict. Ave typewriting n 



t JndKeK— Ytnr ESndlnv Jnly 3 

SALARIES. 



F. M. Crosby... 



March 1. I!>n2, . 



O. B, Lewis... 
W. L. Kelley.. 
G. L. Bunn 



Tklrd DUtPtct— 

A. H. Snow 

Fonrth District— 

C. B. Elliott 



J. P. McC 

D. P, almpBon 

C. M. Pond 

P. C. Brooks 

A. M. Harrison 

Thomaa'suckham, IB montha to Jaly 31. 1 
Clxtk District— 

LoHn Cray 

ScTpntb niatr let- 



Francis ( 
NlBth Dlatrfct— 

B. P. Webber, B 
TeMtb District- 
Nathan Klngslej 
Ele Tenth DIst 



B to May 1, IWi.. 



1 montlu to April 1. 1! 



3,500.00 
3,500.00 
9,500.00 
8.600.00 
3.500.00 

a, 600.00 

3,600.00 



3,500.00 
3,500.00 
3,500.00 



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BIENNIAL. KBPOKT 



Twelfth Dlitrlot- 




3300 00 


a. E. QvKlle 

ThlFtM>ll. Dlatrict- 




3.500.00 


Povrteenth Dlafplpt— 

Win. Watts 

Fine eat b Dial rid— 




8.B0O.00 
8.500.00 
3.BOO.0O 


SUICCBth Dl.trict- 




Beventeenth Dtmriot— 




El Kill ee nth Dlntplct— 






1901 DiatPlc 


Conrt Retenea. 


f^^ I116,S7J.IH 




25 00 









RierotlTe Depnrtment— Tcur Snainv Jnlr 9 

SALARIEa. 

fl. R. Van Sant, governor 1 

Hobert Jamlaon, private ■ecretarr 

Jbm. a. Martin, clerk 

M. Helvlg. atenographer 

D. B. Beas](^, messenger 



Aug 


1. 


















Aug 






Tfi 






































Oct. 


a*. 



■ Cnatlni 



rut. 



Minneapolis Journal, aubscrlcitlon to Jan. 1, 1002 
Minneapolis Tribune, aubai^rlption to Jan. 1, 1902 

W. U. Teiegraph Co., mesBBges 

St. Paul Qlobe, Bubscrlption to 190! 

MlnneapollB Directory Co., illrectory 

McOlU-Warner Co., Hies, etc 

N. W. Telephonp Eichftnge Co.. July and Aug- 
ust rent anrt June and July messages 

D, E. Beasley, postage 

W, U, Telegraph Co., telegrams 

N. W. Telephone Eichange Co., rent 

D. E. Reasiey, postage 

R. I.. Pnlk ft Co., directory 

M. Helvlg. back salary 

W, U. Teleeraph Co.. meaaages 

D. E. Beaalpy, postage 

nVown. Treacy & Sperry Co., statloniry 

D, E. BenBley, back salary 

Pioneer Press Co.. ribbon 

Met!l 11 -Warner Co., printing, etc 

N. W. Telephone BTchange Co.. rent 

North American Telecraph Co., tclegrama 

Oeo. C. SqulreH. seri-lres Whllehorn Cape 

n. R. O'Reilly, Hervlcea Whltohom Case 

I.lllnn C. Heskamp, aervtees 

T'. B. Express Co.. express on Hags 

D. E. Beaflev, due postage 

N. W. T(Iei>hone Exrhange Co., rent. 

D. E. Beasley. postage 

N. W, Telephone EKChange Co.. rent 

Wyckoff. Seamans & Benedict, etatlonepy 

Brown, Trency & Soerry Co.. stationery 

Owens Davis, washing towela 

R. a. Falk, serving papers Meegaarden Case... 

D, B. Beasley, postaae 

I). E. Beasley. postaxe 

flchnell-Krank. knives 

J. A. Martin, express, etc 

N PI Mfl''", siihscrlpllon to Minneapolis Trl- 



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Hat. ] 
TSu. : 
Har. ] 



May 12. 
Hoy 12. 
May IS. 
Hay 13. 

May 19. 
May 2S. 
May 27. 
May 27. 
Hay 28. 
May 20. 

July 9. 

July R. 

July 10. 

Inly 10. 

July IT. 

July 22. 

July 2B. 



W. U. Telegraph Co., mesuges 

D. E. Beasley, postal 

W. U. Telegraph Co., meBsaKes. 

Mlnneapolia Times, BubBcrlptlon to June IS. 1902 

S. E!. Beaaley, poataKe 

A. R. UcGlIl, pDitmaHter, due pOstSKe 

R. L. Polk A Co., gaietteer 

D. B. Beialey, poatage... 
F. P. Dufresne, annotat 
D. E. B'easley. poetage. .. 

W. U. Telegraph Co., metH»i«ea 

J. A. Martin, expenses 

Brown. Treacy & Sperry Co., supplies 

Bt. Paul Book & Stationery Co.. postal guides, 

H. C. Boyeeon, stationery 

WyckofF, Beamans A Benedict, stationery 

D. E!. Beasley, postage 

McClaIn & Oray, stationery 

Twin Ctty Telephone Co., rent 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Chas. J. Moos, May salary 

D. B. Beasley, postage 

A. W. Outrldge, expenses conference of chari- 
ties and correction. 

Chas, J. Moos, Juno salary 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

H. C. Boyeson. stationery 

D. B. Beasley, postage 

Mealy Dry Qoods Co.. towels, etc 

D. E. Beasley, nostage 

ChsB. J. Moos, July salary 



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Aaditnr anil Land Commissi oner— Tear Bsdlnv Jnlr 31^1002. 

BALARIE9. 

R. C. Dunn, auditor and land commissioner tS.BOO.OO 

S, Q. Iverson, deputy auditor 2.R00.00 

Auditor's . 

C. Bomback, . . 

W. A. Cowing 1.150.«i 

B, B. Atkins l,3TB,on 

M. V. aibbotw 1,SOO.OO 

Ada J. Iverson, stenographer 876,00 tKa/v,m 

Aoditor's Ijuid Clerks— 

O. A. Fllnn. land dork ll.BOO.OO 

Ike C. Patterson, assistant clerk l,200,on 

8. B, Holander l.BOn.ffl) 

R. H. L. Jewett 1 ,20o,on 

j;5.«»,P0 

AT'DITOR'S CONTTNOENT, 
1901, 

Nov, 18. N, W, SlBmn Works, stamps, etc *S.nil 

Dec, 18. H, V, 4 H, W, Poor, manual W.nn 

Dee. U. Owens Davis, waslilng towels 1,00 

Map. T. Menly Drv Onorts Co., towels R,O0 

Mar. 21, n, T., Polk ft Co., gaietteer fl,nO 

April 10. F. P. Dufresne. annotations n.Fin 

Apriize. P. P, Dufresne. two Kelly's Indexes 7.00 

HU' 2S. Ahhle Duncan, typewriting 2.60 

June 2, J, H, McKenney, copies of opinion !<,00 

Jnlr 8. Owens DavlB, washing towels i^.OO 

W. U, Telegraph Co., sundry warrants 40.32 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. sundry war- 
rant* 187 00 

Postage <H5.46 

Bundry warrants tor express, etc ]3.t.M 

Sundry warrants tor stationery 82.03 

11,10000 

Adjntaat OeHeral— Vear Bndlnv July 31. 1002. 

E. D. Ubb«r. adjutant general...-. J2.000.00 

Oscar Be«bach. clerk l.nOfl.OO 

Bmellne H. Beason, stenographer RTiO.oo 

«,8on,oo 



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BlBNNlAIi KBPOBT 



Mllltarr St ore keeper^ Ye HP Baata* Jalr SI, 1»02. 

L Norfly (1,300.00 



dm Wiipd Reeorda— Year Bndlns Jaly 9 

son, services 

ner Co., boxes 



Aug! 
Auk. 



Har. 3. 

Har. 17. 
April 11. 



June 28. 

July 3. 

July I). 

July B. 

July 10. 

July SO. 

July 31. 

July SI. 



Adjatant Geaeral'h CoBilBSent* 

R. Lh Folk A Co., directory 

E. D. Llbbey, eipresa, etc 

Owens Davis washing- towels 

Interatate Clipping Bureau, clippings 

Interstate ClipplnK Bureau, clippings 

Gorman Elec. Mach. Co,, fan 

American Electric Co., fan 

H, B. Wedelstaedt Co., stationery 

C. t-, Davis, postage 

Smith' Premier Typewriter Co,, balance warrant 
No. 27619 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Owens Davla, washing towels 

N. W. TelBphono Exchange Co., rent (or De- 
cember , 

McClaIn & Gray, Btatlonpry 

H. E. Wedelstaeat Co.. stationery 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent and mes- 

W, U. TelPgrapli Co.. teiegrama. !..'., .' 

H. B, WcrtPlataedt Co., statlnnfry 

B. D, Llbbey, postage, telegrams, etc 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

McClnln A Gray, stationery 

Natlonnl Germ an -American Bank, bill of Brown. 

Treacy & Co 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co,, rent 

N. W. Tflephone Exchange Co., rent 

C, L. DavlB, postage 

W. IT, Telegraph Co, telegrams 

WyckoIT. Seamana A Benedict, repairs 

Owens Davie, washing towels 

Mcilaln & Gray, stationery 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

N. W, Electric Co., desk fan 

McClaIn & Gray, stationery 

R. L. Polk & Co., director!' 

C. L. Davis, postage 



13,00 
18.00 
24.7S 



DIstrlbntloB 

1902. 
Feb, 19, C. L. Davis, postage 



t -Wnr HIatorlea. 



ttorney Genrrnl— Year RndlnK Jnly SI, 1003. 



W. B. Douglas, attorney general.. 

Vf. 3, Donahower, assistant 

C. W. Soir.erby. second assistant. . 
L. E, Hatch, stenographer 



1901. 
Aug. J. 
Aug, 6. 
Aug. 12 



ttorney General's Coallni 



Balberg & Chrlstenson, account painting.... 

W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

E. D. Wilson, sprvlcea '. 

WyckofT, aeamans & Benedict, stationery. . , 

N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., August i 

and July messages 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



8«pt. 18. C. L. DavIb, postage 

Sept. IS. Bamej' KeegSR: aervlcee and eipenaea 

Sept. 26. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Oct. 21. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Oct. 29. W. B. Douglaa. per diem at court 

Oct. 30. W, L. Chapin, BervioeB Bongard Case 

Nov. 5. C. I~ Davlo, postage. 

Nov. 13. The Frank Bbepard Co., law books 

Nov. El. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Dec. 3. L, A. Smith, legal services 

Dec. 7. Ii. French, services Normal School Case 

Dec. T. Davli. Kellogg & Severance, eipenaea school 

land sales 

Dec. 9. Qeo. Wurts, articles of Incorporation Northern 

Securities Co 

Dec. 10. B. M. Stanton, services Casa county 

Dec. 11. W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Dec. 11. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Dec. 14. C. L. DavlB, postage 

Dec. IT. T. H, Salmon, legal services 

Dec. 21. LawypFB Co-operative Publishing Co., Index 

Dec. 23. J, A. Peterson, legal servleea 

Dec. 24. Owena Davis, washing towels 

Dec. 2". Clapn A McCartney, services Iron ore casea 

Dec. 2R. W. B. Douglas, expenses to Montana 

Dec. 31. W. O. Braggans, servleea 

in02, 

Jan. 4. McClaIn & Gray, stationer/ 

Jan. 4. North American Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Jan. 4. W. B. Douglaa, expenses to WaJhlngton 

Jan. fl. H, E. Weaelataedt Co., stationery... 

Jan. 9. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., (an rent 

Jan. 11. Geo. P. Hitchcock, copy of order 

Jan. 16. W. B. Douglas, balance expenses to Washlng- 

Jan. IS. C. L. Davis, postage 

Jan. 20. I,. E. Hatch, towels, etc 

Jan. 21. L, B. Hatch, extra services 

Jan, 23. W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Jan. 24. W. B. Douglas, expenses to Washington 

Jan. 24. Chllds. Edgerton ft Wlckwire. opinion on freight 

Jan. 30. The Housekeeper Corporation, compinlnt North- 
em Securities Co 

Peh. 4. W. B. DoiieIbb. balance expenses to Washington 

Feb, B, Munn & Thygeson, expenses to Washington 

Feb, 8, Geo. P, Wllaon, expensea to Washington 

Feb, 7. Sheriff Hennepin county, fee 

Feb, 11. N, W, Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Feb. 18. W. U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Feb, 20, F, D. Lorrabee, legal services 

Feb, 20, W. B, Douglas, per diem at court 

Feb, 21. H. D. Lnng, copy of decree 

Feb. 24, C. 1.. Davis, postage 

Mor. 4. r. M. Ploathe, recording D. A I. R. R. R. decree 

Mar. i. W. B. Douglas, per dlcm and expences at court 

Mar. 4. W. R. Douglas, per diem 

Mar. n. E. O. Rogers, fees 

Mar. S. W. V. Telegraph Co.. telegrams 

Mar. 7. A. I.ofgren. copy of decree 

Mar. T. H. D. Lang, copy of record 

Mar. 14. N. W. Telenhnne Exchange Co., rent 

Mar an. W. J. Donahower, expenses 

Mar. 2T. O. F. Hitchcock, Jr., copy of decision 

April 1. W. O. BraRKans, services 

April 1. W. B, Douglaa, per diem at court 

April 3. C, L. Davis, postage 

April 5. Chllds, Edgerton A Wlckwire, services Itasca 

county 

April 7, C, H, Cathcarl, recording decree Cook county. . 

April 6. W. TJ. Telegraph Co.. telegrams - 

April la F. P, Dufresne. annotations 

Aprll2I. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

April 24. C N. Dickey, certllled copy, etc 

April 21. Woodman Publishing Co., diary 

Miy 1, J. J. Tripp, copy of decision 

May n. W. J. Donahower, expenses to Red Wing 

May B. C. I-. Davis, nnstage 

May fl. Western U. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

May 7, McClaln & Gray, stationery 

May 7. W. O. Braggans. services 



175.00 
13.90 
12.30 



12.S0 
14. IT 
23.00 
11.40 

20.00 
10.00 

80.77 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



May T. Wyckoff, Seamans & Benedict, balance on ma- 
May 14, W, B. DouglM,''per dlVm arcourtV.'.V.'.'.'.V.'.V.!!! 

Uay 2S. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent 

Hay 2T. W. B. DouKlae, per diem and cxpenaeB 

Juno 2. W. O. Brareans, aervlcoB 

June S. C. L. Miller, Btatlonery 

June 3. M. O. WlUlams, aervfctB ot papers 

Juno 8. DavlB, KellogK & geverance, costs 

June B, W. U. Telegraph Co., telegraraa 

June 0. C. L. Davis, poatage 

June 17. W. B. Douslas. eipenaes and per diem at court 

June 10. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

Juno 30. Qereral Typewriter Co., carbon 

June SO. Plnkerton'B National Detective Agency, detec- 

June 30. W. O. BTagginB.'seTvi^ii'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.!'. '.'.''.'. '.''.'.'.'. 

July 8. Owena Davfe, washing towels 

JulV T. W. B. Douglas, expenses to New Tork 

July 9, W, J. Donahower. expenaea to Fergus Falls... 

July 16. W, U. Telegraph Co., telegrama 

July 18. E. G. Rogers, (sea 

July 17. C. L. Davis, postage 

July 21. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 





RallronU Mersrr 

J. J. McAulIffe'. transcript of testlmo 


Camrm. 










a:;- ?■ 


Rush Taggart, servloea 




25.00 


Mar. 11. 
April 10. 


J. H. McKennoy, copy of opinion 














July 18. 


R. A. Mabey, taking teatlmony 

H. D. Lang, deposit 




Mfi.in 
i.ooo:on 



In*niltnpr Cammlsaioner— Year KnlllnK JnlT SI. IIH>2. 

SALARIES. 

E. H. Dearth, commissioner .' $2,500.00 

D. C. LIghtbourn. deouty l.soo.oo 

Abble T. Duncan. Btenogranber nftO.OO 

M. B. Creaaer, clerk (WO.On 

H, L. Phillips, clerk ftW.oO 

A. W. Merriam. clerk 777,00 

Anna L. Byan, services 4.00 

InanpABce Comnil*«to>er'B Con I In arc ■■ I. 

1901. 

Aug. 1. U, 8. Express Co,, express *afl.l3 

Aug. 7. E. K. Dearth, stationery, etc 29.0.1 

Sept. 12. V. B. Expreae Co., express 2..11 

Sept. 18. J, A. Rogers, Insurance BS.OO 

flept. 20. E. H. Dearth, Btatlonery, etc. 71!. <W 

Oct. 2. E. H. Dearth, expenses to convention "^.OO 

Oct. B. E. H. Dearth, express, etc 74.11 

Nov. 7. E. H. Dearth, sundry bills 114,H1 

Deo. 2. West Publishing Co., comDlIIng laws and digest .too.oo 

Dec IB. E. H. Dearth, sundry bllla W.OB 

Dec. 24. Owens DavlE, wanh In g towels .'.50 

1904, 

}an.* IS. E. H. Dearth, expreas. etc 72.*^ 

Jan. IS. E. H. Dearth, stationery, expre9>s. »tc .30.90 

Mar. m E. H. Dearth, bills 2fl.l1 

Sunilry warrants for postage SiKl.in 

■.Ibrnrlnn— Tear BMdInit Jnly 31, 1002. 



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Aug. B. 


Keef«-DBVldffon I^w Book Co., books 


fS-VSO 
















West PubllBhlngCo., books 


























Oct. 10. 














































































May r^. 





























BlnillnK L«iT Books— Year ElndlBB Jnlr 81> 1902. 

r. L. ColUnB. sundry warrants tor bEtidlng law books.... (BOO.flO 



LlbFOjry ContluKenl 

Aug. 2. E. A. Nelson, postage, express, etc 

Aug. 3. E. A, N'plHon. exnenses to Albany, etc 

Aug. a. N. W. Electric Co., fans 

Aug. 7. Mlnneanolia Directory Co., directory 

Aug. 9. H. E. W^rtelstaedt Co., stationery 

Aug. 10. E. A. Nelson, flxtures 

Aug. 12. N, W. Stamp Works, stamps, etc 

Aug. 14, Martin Nelson, special services 

Oct. £1. E. A. Nelson, postage, etc 

1902. 

Jan. 0. H, E. Wedelstaedt Co., stationery 

Jan. I.y R. A. Nelson, poatage, etc 



' CstBloKnei— Yenr CndlnB- Jnly 31. lf»03. 



3 D. Nelson, salary.. 



Public ExumlnPr— T*^n r Rnillnir Jnir SI, 1002. 

SALARIES. 

E. M. Pope, public examiner, Aug. 1, 1001. to Jan. fi. 1002 n,M6.<1T 
S. T. Johnson, public examiner, Jan, T, Ifl02. to Julj' 31, 

1902 1,9R8.33 

H. O. Koemer. deputy, Aug. 1, 11)01. to Feb. 2S. in02 l,n.Wi.O0 

P. M. Kerst. deputy, March 1. 1002, to Julv 31. inn5 7.10.00 

J. D. Harris, assistant, Aug. 1, IftOl. to Jan. 4. 1002 IM.IB 

S. H. Begoler, asslalant, Jan. S, 1002, to Julv 31. 1002 8*H.84 

P. M. Kerst, aeelslant bank examiner, Aug. 1, 1001, to 

Feb. 2fi, looa. 1.050.00 

E, W. McQrew. assistant bank examiner. April 1. 1002, to 

July 81, 11)02 flOO.OO 

Edward Ekman, second assistant bank examiner, Aug. 1, 

1801. to Dec. 2.3, 1901 700.00 

P. A. Sunders, second assistant bank examiner. Dec. 24, 

1801, to July 31. 1902 1,001.00 

P. A. Qunders (paid oat o( Contingent fund) STft.TO 

Alma 0. Hartmnn (paid out Of Contingent fund) 825.00 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Jennie Coughlln (paid out of ContlnKenC fund).. 
F. L. Miller (paid out □( ContlnKent fund).. 



C HeBkB.mp (paid out of Contlnsent fundj 

DavU (paid out of ContinBent fund) 

H. A, WUliamn {paid out of Contingent fund). 



W. I* Aker* (paid out of Contingent fund).. 

B. M. Smith (paid out Of ConUngent fund) *ui.uu 

W. R. O'Hearn (paid out of Contingent fund) S38.B0 

Thoni«« Howard (paid out of Contingent fund) 76,00 

$18,659.75 

Public Einmlner'n COBtiBKent— Tciir EBdlag jBly HI, IBOX. 

EXPENSES. 

Edward Ekman 1126.71 

H. C. Koerner 168.80 

P. A. Oundara. 751.90 

B. M. Pope 178.40 

J. D. Harris 102.86 

P. M. Karat S04.21 

S. H. Beioler 314.58 

a. T. Johnaon 151.08 

W. R. O'Heam 141.S4 

Tbotnaa Howard 63.63 

B. W, MeQrew 83 00 



Aug. 5. North Star printing Co., stationer}- M.30 

Aug. 28. Pioneer Preaa Co., set atatulCB and aupplles 21.00 

Aug. 29. Jennie Coughlln. pOHtage. tupplle«, etc 39.18 

Sept. 4. Abbott Printing C]o., printing 44.00 

Sept, 1ft Jennie Coughlln, postage, etc. 40.13 

Oct. 8. Jennie Coughlln. hlUa 34.72 

Oct, 4. H. E. Wedelstaedt Co., atatlonen- 1.1» 

Oct, 4. North Star Printing Co., Btfltlonfry 2.76 

Oct. 6. McCIaln ft Gray, Btationor.v 8.SS 

Oct. 16. Jennie Coughlln, poatagf, etc «.l>7 

Oct. 21. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 20.15 

Nov. 9. Brown, Treacy & Co., atatlonery 11.R8 

Nov, 19. Jennie Coughlln, bllla Sl.-^-i 

Nov. 80. Jennie CnuRhlln. bills 110.20 

Deo. a. Brown. Tr«ncy & Sperrv Co.. stationery 10.40 

Deo. n. N. \V. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 27.1H 

Dfc. 21. Owens DavlB. wsBhIng towels n.BO 

Dec. 27. Jennie Coughlln, bills 3t,M 

Jan. 'fl. Jennie Coughlln. bills 27.r<f> 

Jan. 0. McClaln £ Gray, stationery 6.60 

Jan. 7. H. E. Wedelataedt Co., stationery S.IS 

Jan. T. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent and mes- 
sage 20.06 

Jan 8. C. L. Davis, postage 20.00 

Jan. IB. C. Jj. Davis, postage t.i.oo 

Jan. IN. C L. Davis, postal cards .^.00 

Jan. 27. W. TJ. Telegraph Co., telegrams 6.61 

Jan, 2S. C. 1j Dnvia, postage 20,00 

Feb. 1. St. Paul Stamp Wo rks, supplies 7,70 

Feb 1. N, W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent and mes- 
sages 12,70 

Feb. 5. North Star Printing Co., supplies L'.TO 

Feb. 10. J. E, JenkB, mileage book IS. P.) 2.-,flO 

Feb. 11. N, W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent 18.05 

Mar, 8. C, L, Davis, postage 20,00 

Mar. IS, McClaln A Gray, stationery 6.10 

Mar. l."!, Browr.. Treacy A Snerry Co., stationery 36.86 

Mar, 16. Wyckoft. Seamana & Benedict, statlonerj- 3,00 



Mar, 27, A, C. Hartmai.. 

April 1. N. W, Tf-Iepbone Exehange Co., rent 

April 1, Fred L, Gray & Co,, premium on bonds 

April 2. C, Tj, Davis, postage 

April21, C, L. DavlH. postage..,.; 

April 22, Wagner Tvncwrlter Co., sunplles 

April 23. Wypkorr. Seamans & Benedict, chair and hold- 
April 23, BVown, Trescv & Sperry Co,, siippllea 

April 24, N, W, Telephone Exchange Co., rent 

April 2S, New England Furniture ft Cnrpet Co,, desk... 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



May 6, McClaln & Gray, aUtlODery 

Hay IS. C. I>. Davis, poRtase 

Hay le. OorniHn Blectric Co.. bills 

Iby 20. C. li. DavlB, postal cards 

Hay a. National Surety Co., premiuin on bonds 

Hay 29. D. B. Cross, postmuter, postaxe 

Har 81. W, U. Telegraph Co., teleBrams 

May U. McClaln ft Gray, atatlonery 

Juno 2. N. W. Telophone ExohanKe Co., rent 

Jane 4. Wallblom Furniture ft Carpet Co., repairs 

Juno e. W. U. Telearaph Co., telegrams 

Jnly 1. Brown, Treacy ft Sperry Co., stationery 

July 2. Wyckoff, Seamans A Benedict, coupon book... 

July 8. American Electric Co., fan 

July 3. Owens Davis, washing towels 

July S. McClaln 4 Gray, stationery 

July S. N. W. Telephone Eichange Co., rent 

Jn^ 22. Horlti Helm, examination Twin City Telephone 

July 22. Brown. Treacy & Sperry Co., stationery 



Total expenditures Contingent fund |T,3^a80 

I amount of "Contingent Fund" Is , for clerk hire and appears tn salary 



Pnbllc BsamlneT'o Pees— Year EndliiK Jaly 31. 10011. 

B. M. Pope, sundry warrants for examining building and 



loan associations.. 



BTsmlnlDK oncers. City of St. Pnal. 

E. M. Pope, fees KOO.OO 

Secretary of State— Year BndlHir July 31, 1MI2. 

SALARIES. 



18.500.00 

. . _. _ _. . atatlsticlan 2,000,00 

J. J. Lomen, secretary's clerk 1,500.00 

J. A. Swenson, recording clerk 1.200.00 

Jennie M. Blxby, stenographer I.OOO.OO 

— — ».; 

Seoretary'a Contingent— Tear Bndtnc Jnly 31. 1003. 

P. B. Hanson, sundry warrants for postage, express, aup- 

piles, etc I°OQ.OO 

CoiaiBlBB loner of Stntlatles' Contingent- Year Budtna: Jnly 31, IftO 

P. G. SJoblom, sundry warrants (or postage, express, etc. 1200,00 

I 

Cnstodlnn of Pnbllc Docnments— Year Bndlns Jnly 31. 1003. 

C. A. Rose, salary Jl.200.00 

— «, 

1001. " ""' " "'"'"*" •■ 

Aug. 28. C. C. Whitney, postage J^.OO 

Sept. 11. People's Express Co.. drayage 63.25 

Oct. 11. Great Northern Express Co., express 0.09 

Oct. 81, C. A. Rose, boxes 291.04 

Nov. 8. People's Express Co.. drayage 2T.T5. 

Jan. 10. American Express Co., express S2.00 

Feb. 19. C. C. Whitney, postage 2.1.00 

May 22. C. C. Whitney, postage 2.\00 

July 7. People's Express Co., drayage 10.12 

July 28. United States Express Co.. express 20.52 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



SnpoFlnleBdent or Fnblle laat^vtlaa— Yesr BndliiK Jnlr til 1003. 

J. W, Olson, superliitfiiilent t2.u00.00 

U. G. Schulu, anslstani 1,81X1.00 

Christ. Undtthl, clerk (#82.00 

W. M. Demingr. cierk 720.00 

Mary W. Bean, clerk 718.00 

M. E. Nichols, BBTVlces 4I,E>0 

Anna D. Ryan, services 10.00 

W. B. COwles, services 11.011 

W. L. Chapln, services 5.00 

(6,795.40 

NnpeFinleDdent o( Pnbllv iBStrnetlan ContlaseHt. 

1901. 

Auk, 0. St. Paul Book ft stationery Co.. rubber bands. . tl.SO 

Auk- 0. V. UlUrup, poatase SO.OO 

Aug. IH. C. U. Scnulti, eKtm services for March. April 

and June 79.00 

Auk. 20. N. W. lel. Uxchanee Co., rent to Sept 1. '01, and 

messages to Aug. 1, '01 70.10 

Aug. SI. J. '^V. Olson, expenses to fine City 4.6.t 

Aug'. 28. Christ Lin dahl, eipenses. ".B5 

Aug. ■2S. Christ LIndahl, postage 3.00 

Sept. a. Wyckofr, Seamans ft Benedict, macblna 00.30 

Sept. 21. N. W. Tel. Exchange Co., rent 0.55 

On. 1. J. W. Olson. oipcnHea 7,60 

Oct. N. H. C. Boyeaon, stationery 17.K5 

Oct. 11, V, Glllrup, postage .'HI.OO 

Oct. K.. C. G. 8chuUz, expenses 22.00 

Oct. IC. J. W. Olson, mileage book Zi.M 

Oct. 21. WftUblom Furniture & Carpet Co., repairs Ti.W 

Oct. 2a. C. G. achulta, postage, etc T.52 

Oct. 2S. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co,, rent 7.T0 

Nov. 1. J. ■W. Olson. October eipenaes 7.20 

Nov. 27. Christ Llndfthl, express, etc 4-35 

Nov. 30. C G. Schiilta, expenses 16.10 . 

Nov. SO. J. W. Olson, expenses 1.25 

Dec, 111. C. G. Schu I ti, postage 25.00 

Dec. 24. Owens DaviR, washing towels 6.00 

1002. 

Jan. 10. Smith- Premier Typewriter Co,, cabinet 9.50 

Jan, 10. Smith & Farwoll, chair ri,25 

Jan. 14. H. C. BoyesoQ, stationery 2^.60 

Jan. H. C. O. Schulti, telephone, etc 13.B5 

Feb. 1.1. Brown. Treacy ft Bperry Co., stationery Ii.30 

Feb. n. C. O. Schulti. aundrles 26.0« 

Feb. 211. S. K, Whiting, picture 5.00 

Mar, 1. East Side Star, printing 1S.0O 

Mar. la. C. G, Schulti. stationery, etc 2.V18 

April 1. C. G. Schiilti. expenses 1T5-1 

Aprliai. J. W. Olson, postage W.OO 

May IR, J. W. Olson, postage, etc 52,04 

Juno 9. C. G. SchuUi, sundries 18.20 

July 3. Owens Davis, washing towels 0,00 

Jnly 15. H, C. Boyeson, stationery 17.00 

July 2fl. Interstate Clipping Bureau, clippings 7.4."V 

July 29. C. a. Schulti, expenses 3R.7:; 

July 29. Christ LIndahl, expanses 3 40 

■ *858.«2 

Bdapatlonal PropecdlBina. 
1001. 
Aug. 1. National German American Bank, bill at D. E. 

Cloyd *]2:..00 

Aug. S. St. Anthony Falls Bank, bill of T. H. Calwell 

for printing rtT-'.oo 

J800.00 

Dlptlonnry Fund— Year Eadlnc Jaly 31. IftAZ. 

a. & C. Merrlam Co.. sundry warrants for dictionaries... t3.C47.ri0 

I3.S4T.50 

Prlntins Sefaool Laws— Year EnHInK Jaly 31, 1002. 

C S. Jellev. sundry warrants for services MOO.OO 

C. G. Bchultl. postage TB.nO 

Pioneer Press Co.. printing 1.02S.00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
• BxamlnBtlDBB— YcBr Bndlns July 31, I9AX. 





Peterson, sefvlcea. 
tch Ptg. Co., print 
Side Star, printing 














ns 










D. L. 






IJ-K 


Bt. Peter Tribune, prtntlaK 






2S-^ 




Preu Ptg. Co.. println 
Baker, sundry warran 
Schultz. sundry warra 


















nU for services 
er-Year Badli 








■ Jnly » 






. 1»03. 


Vi- 


Pettljohn. deputy. 










^066:00 






































Ullla 


n C. Heakamp, sten 
Trcnanrer*! 


ogranher 

CoDtlnsent-Ye> 

ants for postage, a 


ppll«. etc 


800.00 


J. H. 

Owen 


J«lT 


81. 1002 

t(H4.nn 

5,IW 



EspTFHK and ElxchanK«— Year Bndlna: July .11. 11HI2. 

J. H. Block, sundry warrants for eichanse t83T.02 



Oommercial Aaency Re port a. 

1902. 
Mar. 20. R. G. Dun & Co.. reports 



Trennyrer'n Vaalt PIxtnrF*. 

IT. Treacy & Sperry Co.. account Dxtures, (32.83 



■ Pees— Year Bndlnd Jaly SI, %»nx. 

■T. sundry warrants for fees... 114,60 



E Stat* Devosttortea. 



Cnrlns Title to State Taatltatlona Propert Ira—Tear Badlnir July ai, lOOS. 

1333.50 

219,50 

— trociw 

BnKlneer_Vrar Endtas Jdly 31, 1002. 

gALARIES. 



Klectrle LlithI and Tentllatlnit Syatem— Yrnr BndlnK Jnly 31, 1802. 

Geo. W. McCree, sundry warrants for services J100.W 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Janitor— Yenr Endtnar Jal> 

C. T. Trowbridge, chief 


31. 


n.2uc.oo 
















































John Swanaon (lour montl 
















"— "—"•■■■■ 


... 




Chaa. L. DaviB, salary 


iaoo,oo 



Capital Hcpntra. 

. J. A. Fillmore, decorations for Modern Wood- 
men IIOO-OO 

. C, T. Trowbridge, sundries 1IB.08 

. Chas. A. Speedy, paperlnK public examiner's 

olHce 38.00 

, N. W. Telephone ExchanBe Co.. rem 7.60 

. Solberg & (Jhrlsteson. account painting 32.50 

. Wallbldni Furniture & Carpet Co. carpels, etc. . 254.41 

, C. A. Speedy, papering, etc 10.64 

, Electric Carpet Cleaning World, cleanlnB «.00 

, J. R. Wagner, labor and material 82.as 

Aug. 10. N. \V. Telephone Kichange Co., rent 7.70 

Aug.ia. Geo. J. Grant, repairs 287.08 

Aug. 21. Chaa. A. Speedy, papering 83.00 

Sept. 7. C. T. Trowbridge, aundrlea 18.86 

Sept. 12. American Electric Co., fan 26,50 

Sept. H. Wallblom Furniture & Carpet Co., linoleum Sl.OO 

Sept. 21. C. F. Hoglln, labor and material 249.62 

"—'■ ". American £.ieelrlc Co., fans 88.00 

, Jno, Gonnan, tan Ifl.OO 

. Wyckoff, Seamans A Benedict, cabinet 19.7S 

, C. T, Trowbrlage. sundries 48.97 

. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent ie.efi 

. De Coster & Clark, furniture 34.00 

, C. T. Trowbridge, sundrlea 21.1T 

. N. W. Telephone Eiohange Co., rent 8.40 

. Prendergast Bros., boxes 18.00 

. Brown, Treacy & Sperry Co., balance for Rx- 

tures for state treasurer's ofllce 103,17 

. Brown. Treacy & Sperry Co.. flxtures for board 

of control 85.38 

. Brown, Treacy & Bperry Co., flztures tor pub- 
lic examiner's otnce S8.16 

. Owens Davis, washing towels B.BO 

. N. W. Telephone Exchange Co.. rent B.B3 

, C. T. Trowbridge hills 24.60 

. St. Paul Oas Light Co.. removing lamp post... 4.00 

, N. W. Telephone Exchange Co., rent S.80 

C. T. Trowbrlage. bills '^0.04 

. C. T. Trowbridge, accounts bills 1.69 



Pnel. Llgbt aad "Watpr (State CnvltoD— Year BadlUK Jnlr 31 

N. W. Fuel Co., coal tl,»39.as 

T. & L. Coal Co., coal 171.4B 

Board of Water Commissioners, water HI. OS 

Highland Spring Co., water 4,''0.00 

People's Ice Co., Ice 225.00 

fll. Paul Gas Light Co., gas 20.62 

Alex Nlcoll Jr., bills 867.80 

Aug. ■ 1. E. H. Kellogg A Co., oil 27.00 

Aug. 28. Geo. J. Grant, labor ana material 54.70 

Sept. 8. St. Paul Electric Co., ameter 28.00 

Sept. 18. Dearborn. D. A Chemical Co., oil 11.40 

Sept. 25. N, W. Engraving Co.. material 32.80 

Sept. 2«. St. Paul Klectrlc Co., supplies 47.80 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 

Oct. 2. W. S. Nott Co.. belt 60.00 

Oct. 10. Allan Black Co., labor and material.. 20.T0 

Nov. 7. Novelty Electric Mnfg. Co., dynamo 700.00 

Nov. 12. B. J. Butt, aervlces 30.00 

1902. 

Jan. 6. Allan black Co.. repairs 15.10 

Feb. H. Amerliw,n Bleotrtc Co., lamps 45.00 

Feb. U. B. H. KelloKs Co,, oil 27.45 

Feb. 10. Gorman Electric Co„ repairs 26.85 

Mar. 12. J. B. Wlrty. pipe covering 11.75 

Har. 29. Dearborn D. A Cnemtcal Co., oil Ifl.OO 

July 5. Dearnorn D. & Chemical Co., oil 22.81 

July 20. P. F. Springer, boiler repairs 36,^8 

Telephone Rent. 

1001. 

Aug. 1. N, W. Telephone Exchange Co.. balance due on 



Fire Alnrm aerTtce— year BndlnK JuIt 31, l(H)Z. 

American District TeleBraph Co., Berrlcea to April 30, 1902 Wl.Ofl 

Ml.* 

GAme BB<1 F'teh CoromUa Inn— Year Ending July :n. 1902. _^^__ 

H. G. Smith, treasurer, sundry warrants tor expanses. ... K5.O00,O0 

(28,000.01 

Bnllronil nnd Warebonce ComiiilaBlan— Yenr Kndlas Jaly 31, IftOZ. 

SALARIES. 

Ira B. Mills, commlasloner W.000.00 

C. F. Staples, commissioner 3,000.00 

J. G. Miller, commissioner 3,000.00 

A. K. TelBberg, secretary iHi monthHi 225.00 

A. C. Clausen, secretary (lOVi months) 1,576.00 

Thos. Yapp, statistician 1,983.26 

A. L. Fllnn, clerk S0.04 

C. D. & T. D. O'Brien, legal services New L"lm rate caac. 2,300.00 

tlS,16a.0( 

Batlrond and 1 



Ira B. Mills, sundry eKpenaes. . 
C. F. Staples, sundry expenses, 
J. G. Miller, sundry expenses... 

A. C. Clausen, postage, etc 

Thos. Yapp, expenses 

A. K, Tefsberg, expenses 

L. B. Cushlny, ofBoe rent 

Twin City Teleptione Co., rent.. 
" W. Telephor 



Brown, Treacy & Co., nupplies 

McCJttIn & Gray, siippllee 

■nr — 1— - « g ^ Benedict, supplies,. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
1901. 

Aug. 6. E. L. Cruger, services as engineer 

Aug. 0. F. Kempfner, services as engineer 

Aug. 22. E. A. Moaeley, eighty copies interstate repi 

Aug. 23. W. D. Taylor, office rent and supplies , 

Aug. 29. V. KempFner. services as engineer 

Sept. S. Dispatch Prtg. Co.. printing 

Sept. 12. E. L, iJruger, services as engineer 

S«pt. 16. W. D. Taylor, aervicaa iron ore case 

Sept. 20. Pioneer Press (_'o.. subscription to April 18, 

Oct. 24, H. V, and II. N. Poor, manual 

Oct. 20, Plonuer I'n S8 Co., envelopes 



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BIENNIAL HBPOHT 



Nov. 11. 
Nov. 13. 
Nov. 18. 
Not. 18, 



«'5: 

May 14. 
Hay 28. 
Hay 28. 

Jnn* 2S. 
July & 
July 10. 
JalT 2S. 
July 26. 
July 30. 



C. U. Munn, cypewrltlna 

Pioneer Press Co., blanKB 

Anna ttothausen, aervlcea 

E. L- Callahan, aervlces 

The Globe Co., subacrlptlon 

B. M. Soule, aervlcea 

W. D. Taylor, balanca due eatlmating cost of 

railroad 

Anna Rotnausen, aervlcea 

P. E. Thlan, aervlces aa engineer 

8. M. Boulo, asrvleea 

C. H. V^eat, taking testimony 

P. E. Thlan, surveying 

Hand-McNally Co., maps 

Hess liuslneas College, aervlces 

C, M. Munn, services 

T, D. O'Brien, Legal servlres 

L. S. CUHhlng, office flitures 

Pioneer Presa Co.. wrappers 

□eo. N. HlUman, taking testimony 

Dispatch Job Prtg. Co.. printing 

Railway Age, subscription 

Dispatch Trig. Co., blanks 

C. H. West, taking t^BtHnony 

Dispatch job Prtg. Co., printing 

Pioneer Preas Co,, printing 

Rand-MoNally Co.. atlas 

The Globe Co., subscription to Feb. 22. 1903 

DeCoster ft Clark, desk ond chair 

Pioneer Press Co., subscrtpilon to April 4. 1903. , 

J. P. Vanherhuls, taking testimony 

R, L. Polk .- Co., directory 



i.m».9e 

',600.00 

SR..W 
,1«2.E0 



n«lry and Food Contmlsalnn-VeBr RiidlnK Jnly 31, 1IM12. 

SALARtES. 

■W. W. P. MoConnell, commlsaioner 

O. L. Dlngman. asalatant cnrnmlsslonT 

J. Hort\-el. chemist 

W. W. Wall, secretary 

H. K. Vrooroan, Inspector. 

Otto Gafert, Inspector. 

W. I^. Chappell. Inspector 

G. H, Staples. Inspector 

S. B. Scott. Inspector 

Sam Hnugdnhl. Inspector 

B. D. "WTilte. Inspector 

T. W, Becitord, servlcea In labciratiirv 

Chas. Roleau, Inspector 

P. Shrewsbury, Inspector 

J. G. Fowler. Inspector 

Even Evenaon, Inspector 

Mrs, W. W. P. MeConnel!, laborafiry 

J. A. Harris, inspector 

Mrs, A. Elw-ll. laboratory 

M. E, Murnhv. ftenographer 

W.N. JlcCnnnell, seTVlcra 

EXPKNSRS. 

W. W. P. McConnr 11 

O. L. Dlngman 

H. E. Vrooman 

J. Ilortvet 

T. W. Bedford 

Otto Oafert ■ 

W. 1^ Chappell 

Chas. Roleau 

V. Shrewshur;' 

J, a Fowler 

8, B. Scott 

O. H. Staples 

Sam Haugdahl 

B. D. White 

W, W. Wall 



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AUDITOR or STATE. 



Auk. 14. 
Auk. 23. 
Auk. 28. 

Sept. 20. 
Sept. 20. 



July 1.1. 

July l.-i. 

July IB. 

July 15. 

July 1^. 

July IS. 

July IS. 

July 15. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



■Qas, auudry warrants 

Postage, sundry warmiits 

W. W. P. HcConnell. prloea, frelKM. etc 

Creamery PaclcaKe Co., testers 

D. Van Neater Co., books 

J, F. Dean, printing 

OleaBon & LenslnK, butter for Pan-American 

BipcBltton 

Dr. J. D. DarlInK, expert testimony 

Dr. W. B. Ramsey, eipert testimony 

A. H. Barber Manufacturing Co., tubs 

Minneapolis City Directory Co., directory 

A. a. Mitchell, expert testimony 

A, W. Trow, superintendent dairy exhibits, 

Buffalo 

Chas. W. Pumple, taklnic tettlmony 

J. W. Andrews, witness fees 

University Book Store, books 

MlnnPBota Butter & Cheese Co.. suptllleB 

Dr. J. F. Corbett. expert testimony 

Dr. R. O. Beard, expert testimony 

W. W. p. McConnell, prises 

P. Blackstonea Son Co., books 

Owena Davia, washing towels 

WeRtprn Press Clipping Bureau, clippings 

J. A. Hummell, services 

Henry Wolfer, warden, supplies 

Creamery PackaKe Co.. supplies 

Bauach & Lamb, Optical Co., suppllen 

Minn. Book Store, books 

J. C. Currier, dairy diagram 

TV. W. P. McConnell, prliea 

A. Chem. Soc., publication 

J. \V. Olson, dictionary 

G. B. Frankforter. analyilng whisky 

R. L. Polk & Co., gazetteer 

J. r. Currier, dlBRram 

W. TV. P. McConnell, prises 

French A Bassett, desk anil stationery 

W. W. Wall, eipreaa and stationery 

( hemlcnl PnbtlshInK Co.. books 

r, B. Dickens, livery In Minneapolis 

Dp Thalehpr Manufacturing Co., butter color. . 

W. W. P. McConnell, prises 

Dr. J. F. Corbett, tests 

John Kilrp & Co.. fiirnitiirp. 

MlnnenrollH Journal ('<■•„ advertising 

Owens Davis, washing towels 

W. iv p, McConnell, teatlmnnlale 

W. W. P. McConnell, expenses of contests 

WiBtfrn Press Clipping Co.. clippings 

J, .A Iljmmell, services .., 

N. W. Copper & Brass Works, supplies 

Noyes Bros. & Cutler, sundry supplies during 

Elmer & Amend, sundry supplies during the 

N. Vi. Telephone Exchangp Co., services during 

H. E. Wedelstaedt 'Co"*stationery'.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.'.!"! 

McGlIl-Warner Co.. printing, etc 

H. E. Bnyeson. stationery 



10.00 
30.00 

311.00 



Lnnacy CommlnsloB— Year BndlHK July SI, 190>. 



Jan. '28. C. Eugene RiBKS. M, D., servlc 
Jan. 28, C. O. Cooley, M. D., services. . 
Jan. 28. W. F. Mllllgan. M. D., servlcei 



1 100.00 
100.00 
100.00 



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BIUNNIAIj uepukt 



BareKii of Labor— Year Bndluv Jnly SI, 1&02. 



John O'Donnell, commlBSloiier 

W. A. Hammond, deputy 

J. W. Allen, assistant 

B. B. IiOtt, Inspector 

Julius Moerscli, Inspector 

A. HB,usberK, inspector. 

J. H. fiaUs, Inspector 

Catherine Rouse, Btenographer. . 
Flora Mcersch 



John O'Donnell ... 
W. A. Hammond. , 

B. B. liOtt 

J. W. Allen 

Julius Moefsch .... 

^-^'SS'.::::::; 



EXPENSES, 



MISCELLAKEOUS, 



FoBtaBe, sundry 



July 

July 
July 
July 



. Mrs. C. A. Dibbel, special services 

. Solberg & Chrlsteaon, palntinx 

. Wollblom Furniture ft Carpet Co., linoleum.. 

. John O'Donnell, reports 

. Chas. Welnhagen & Co., boiea 

. Brown. Treacy & Co.. stationer)' 

. John O'Donnell, cards 

. Pioneer Press Co., subscription to April 3. 191 



Total expenditures . 



loam uf Healtk— Vph 



ladlnv JnlT 31, lOOS. 

(3,500.00 



Bovrd at Health LaboratOFy— -Year EbiIIdh Jnly 31, 190:t. 



CollcetlDK Vital 



'■— Vear Endlnc Jnly 31, 1002. 

for salaries 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Conlav'ona Dlaeuea— Yenr tlndlas Jaly 31, I802. 

H. M. Bracken, secretary, sundry warrants for expenaes. $13,5~4,0S 

Vill»Be treasurer ol Luveme. expenaeB 34E.02 

City treasurer of Duluth, exi>enBe8 807.00 

Township treaaurer of Granite Falla, expenses 62.66 

Township Ireaeurer o( Franklin, eipenses 28.S0 

VUlace treasurer of Deer River, sipenaes 44.4S 

Township treasurer of Ben Wade, expenses I6B.00 

Townsblp treasurer of NIdaroa, expenses 63.00 

Villas treasurer of Caledonia, expenaea ,.,. 80.22 

Village treaaurer of Slayton, expensea 237.00 

Village treasurer ot Twin Valley, expenses 76.78 

Dr. H. Hutohlnson. services 7400 

City treaaurer ot Fergus Falls, expenaea 141.91 

Township treasurer of Lakeside, expenses 248.48 

State SanitorlniB Conmlttee. 

1002. 

Oct. 2. Dr. H. L. Taylor, expenses. tSS.OO 

Mar. 4. Dr. O. 3. Waltan, expenses 170.60 

Mar. 10. Dr. H. L. Taylor, expenses 237.05 

Mar. 10. Dr. J. L. Camp, expenses 252.(B 



Board at Bqnallsation— Yvnr Endlns Jnly 31, IflOS. 



1 


PoBt«ffloe. 


Hlle- 

wte. 


Per 
Diem. 

30.00 

lao.oo 
ao.oo 

SOM 

11 


Total. 




Red Wing 


112.00 


*{^^ 






Mlnneapolla 

Owotonna 

Swendahl 

Sauk Center 


II 

aiiw 

as; 

49.5i 

8b!i( 






ikw 
























Caledonia 










Lawlaberg 

Worthlngton 

Crookston 
























Fairmont 

Cambridge 


f^^ ^^-iS', }S:JR 




BX-OFFICIO MEMBBES: 




lis 
















MISCELLANEOUS: 


















J. C. MIschler, expenses. Information, Ir 




















Totals 




(812.90 


12.730,00 


S3.e89.48 



Depart lug Inanne — Ye«r 



indlns Jaly 31, 1002. 



Board nf Arbltratton. 



April a. 
April 2. 
April S. 



. W, Dreger. services 

I. W. Qoetzlnger. servlcea. . 
[orman Fetter, aprvlees 



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280 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Board of PnrdoBB. 

Dec. 21. Brown, Treacy & Sperrj- Co., Btatloner)' $48.00 

HlBtorlOBl SooletT— Yc«r EUiillMar July SI, 1002. 
H, P. Uphani, treejurer, aundir warrantH for salaries and 

""•"■•■ — 2i5??^ ,!,.«>,« 

HartlcaltnrBl Sodetr— Venr Endlns Jnir 31, 1002. 

A. B. Lymao, treasurer, appropriation tl ,500.00 *, si-,™ 

fllkle AKrioDltnrsI Socleir— Te»r BadlBs July 31, 1002. 

P. J. WUcox, treasurer, appropriation $4,000.00 

Water Snpply (State Fair QfodbiIx). 

1800. „ 

Aug. 26. Hudner & Regelsberser, labor and material $160.32 

Sept. 10. Board ol Water CommlsslonerB, St. Paul, bal- 
ance due on malna G.00T.9O 

Oct. 1. Hurley & Co., plumbing SS2.50 

1902. 

July 22. Hurley & Co., balance plumblnK 233,11 

K.8.t3.8! 

ABrloaltDPBl Hall fSlale Pair GroDDdB). 

IML 

Aug. B. F. a. McMillan, account contract |2,000.00 

Aug. 21. F. G. McMillan, toilets for hnll OOO.OO 

Aug. 24. F. W. Berger, labor and material 300.00 

Aug. SI. NewhouBe & Bkauge, account jiainllng SOO.OO 

Sept. la F. W. Berger, labor and mBterlal 200.00 

Bept. 28. F. a. McMillan, account contract S.210.00' 

Sept. 28. Newhouse & akauge, balance painting. 382.00 

Oct. a. Jos. Congdon, balance gradlns 354.00 

Oct. 8. Chas, R. Alrlcb. servlcea as architect 330.00 

Oct. 23. F. M, Berger, balance on ornaments 34n,0O 

1M2. 
Jan. 3. W, S. Nott Co., roof 1,E30.00 

r tlO,101.0( 

HorlleBltnral Society ReportB— Year Ending Jaly 31. lOOX. 
Harrison & Smith, printing reports $2,000.00 

$a,fiOn.o( 

Connty AHrlcnltnral Soclet lea— Year Rndlnff Jaly 31. I0O2. 

State Bid. 1901 apportionment, $204.16, to the treasurer Of each at the followlnE 
named organliatlonH: 
Aitkin Co. Agriculturel Society. McLeod Co. Agricultural Society. 

'-- '■.—----.- ...,— Mine Lara Co. Agricultural Society. 

Austin Street Fair Association. 
Brown ijo. rtBncuiiurai society. NicoUfi Co. Agricultural Society. 

Carlton Co. ARrleultural Society. Nobles Co. Agricultural Society. 

Carver Co, AurtcuHural Society. Norman Co. Asricultural Society. 

Casa Co. Agricultural Society. Pine Co. Agricultural Society. 

Chippewa Co. Agricultural Society. Thirteen Towns Fair Association. 

Chisago Co. Agricultural Society. Pope Co. Agricultural Society. 

Cottonwood Co. Agricultural Society. Redwood Co. Agricultural Society. 
Crow Wing Co. Agricultural Society. Renville Co. Agricultural Society. 
Dakota Co. Agricultural Society. Rice Co. Union Agricultural Society. 

Dodge Co. Agricultural Society. St. Douls Co. Agricultural Society. 

Faribault Co. Agricultural Society. Shakopee Fair Association. 

Fillmore Co. Agrfcultural Society. Sibley Co. Agricultural Society. 

Freeborn Co. Agricultural Society. Steele Co. Agricultural Society. 

Goodhue Co. Agricultural Society. Stevena Co. Agricultural Society. 

Grant Co. Agricultural Society. Todd Co. Agricultural Society. 

Houston Co. Agricultural Society. Wartcna Co. Agricultural Society. 

Shell Prairie Agricultural Society. Waseca Co. Agricultural Society. 

Isanti Co. Agricultural Society. Watonwan Co. Agricultural Society. 

Itasca Co. Agricultural Society. Winona Street Fair Association, 

Jackson Co, Agricultural Society. Wright Co. Agricultural Society. 

Kanabec Co. Agricultural Society. Yellow Medicine Co. Agricultural Sod- 

Klttson Co. AgriculturU Society, $132.08. ety. 

St. Vincent Union Ind. Society. $132.07. Minn. Slate Poullr>' Association. 
Lac qui Parle Co. Agricultural Society. MIrrn, State Butter and Cheese Assocla- 
Le Sueur Co. Agricultural Society. tlon. 

Total tl4,<mMNI 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 

St»te DvlrriBBB'a Aaaoolatlon— ITeitr Endlnv Jnly'.ll, 1002. 

C, Hal verso n, treasurer, appropriation J2.000.00 

Stock Braedera* AsBoclatl.in— Year EndliiK Jnlr SI, 1902. 

J. C HlUs, treaaurar, appropriation fl.OOO.OO 

Fi>riii«rB' InatllnteB— Veiir EudlnK Jalr SI, l»02. 

O. G. QrecB. super intendent, sundry warrants for salaries 

and expenses (16.500.00 



Wolf Bo 

amZ""^':. 


natlea— Y»i- Bsdlns Jnlr 31, 

No. of 
"^'15^- 


ieo2. 













































































































f2,SSa.28 
Tree PlantiiiK BonntT— Year EDdliiK July SI, 10OZ. 

Statement shonlnE the number of acres of trees and number of persons In each 
of the several countlss claiming the bounty provided (Chap. IBl, Q. L. 1861. as 
amended by Chap. «, Q. I* 1888, and Chap. 78. G. U 1889), as returned by the sev- 
eral county auditors. 

The apportionment for the year 1002 Is based on the rate of (2,40 per acre: 
No. of 

County. Persons. Acres. Amount. 

Becker 15 46« {112.20 

Bis Stone 87 248S Wl.TO 

Blue Barth 2fi IIM 280,20 

Brown 06 8188 76B.00 

Chippewa 100 26SH 648.(^0 

Clay 20 6515 157.20 

Cottonwood T5 260 024.00 

Faribault 56 184 441.00 

Freeborn 4 OU 22.20' 

Qrant 32 I72u 4i:i.40 

Jackson SO 20fl^ 502.80 

Kandiyohi 106 Slflii 7o9.0f> 

KIttaon 23 55.20 ■ 

Iao qui Parle 83 251<4 603.00 

Lincoln BO 12H^ 310.80 

Lyon 12 40' 1 an.ro 

lUrtln ISO 438Vi l,0fil.«O 

Meeker B5 ItW :470.2O 

Mower 0« 240« 67T.S0 

Hurray 67 197K 4B0.00 

Nicollet IB 3714 80.40 

Nobles 52 144(5 316.80 

Otter Tall 61 148a 301.00 

Plpeatone 8 H'A 34.80 

Polk 8 2714 65,40 

Pope 50 lOeS 256.30 

Redwood 21!) 885% ].fi45.S0 

Renvllk 295 859iA 2,002.80 

Rock 13 20% 71.40 

Sibley 134 867(5 882,00 

Steele /. 20 67 I3».wi 

Stevens 20 84i4 202.80 

Swift 58 174 417.00 

Traversa 3S 85% 205.80 

Waseca 31 102U 245,40 

■Watonwan 29 105% 2.i.?,80 

Wilkin 2 21,80 

Tellow Medicine 73 283 559,20 

— — n<,68a.eo 

Totals 2.355 6,054 |16,6S9,80 



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2m2 biennial report 

Foreal PrraerTHllon— Xenr Endlas -Inly Bl> 1M>9 

C. C. ADdrevs, ealary (11 months) tl.lOO.M 

C. C. AndrewB, expenBes 653.60 

D. rallahan, etenoKrapher 887.50 

Plonior PrcHB Co., bills 1,829.78 

190L 

Aug. 12. TreaBurer Benton county, services of wardens. 4.34 

AU(. 12. Treasurer Carlton county, services of wardens. 102.6S 

Auk. 12. Treasurer Pine county, services of wardens 5.68 

Aug. 12. Treasurer Morrison county, services of wardens 8.76 
Aujr. 13. Treasurer Lac qui Parle county, services o( 

wardens 3.18 

Aug. 12. Treasurer Douglas county, services oC wardenis 6.42 

AuK. 12. Treasurer Hubbard county, services of wardens 62.15 

Oct. B. A. B. Herrell, photos 57.32 

Nov. 1. C. E, Van Duiee, services at lectures 73.70 

Nov. 20. Treasurer Morrison county, services Of wardens 92.72 

Nov. 26. W. B, Foster, legal services . 15.00 

Dec. aO. Francis Callahan, services 28.00 

Dec. 37. A. H. McGlll, postmaster, postage 23.34 

Dec, 30. Treasurer Lincoln county, services ot wardens. 2.67 

Dec. 80. TreasuriT Wadena county, services of wardens. 6.00 

Dec. 30, Trcaaunr Becker county, services cf wardens.. 19.08 
Deo, 30. Treasurer Vac qui Farle county, services of 

wardens 1.00 

Dec. 80. Treasurer Lincoln coui 
1002. 

April 1. A. R. McGlll. postmaster, postage 47.00 

April 1. Jewett & Son, plat books 24.00 

Abrll 14. A. R. McQUl, postmaster, poetage 37.00 

May G. Treasurer Isanti county, services of wardens... 13.77 

May 5. Treasurer Kittson county, services ot wardens. 17.04 

Hay C. Treasurer Becker county, services of wardens.. 10.S4 

Hay S. Treasurer Wadena county, services of wardens 8.90 

May 5, Treasurer St. Louis county, services nt wardens 36.98 

May 6. Treasurer Morrison county, services of wardens 161.66 

May 8. Treasurer Pine county, services of wardens B1.33 

May 0. Treasurer Lac qui Parle county, services of 

wardens 2.34 

May 8. Treasurer Pine county, services of wardens 27.40 

May 19. Treasurer Wadena county, services of wardens. 7.33 

May 26. Treasurer Pine county, services ol wardens.... l.BO 

July 25. C. C. Haailngs, account team hire 2.75 

Forest Preserve. 

IBOL 

Nov. 11. B. Magoflln. expenses tu.nn 

Nov. II. O. M.Lord, expensea 6,00 

10U2. 

Feb. Ki. C. C. Andrews, list of lands 3,00 

AprI124. J. T, Clark, services and expenses 10.00 

May 14. M. J, Quank. abstract* 61,S2 

May 20. O. M, Lord, expenses 6.00 

Hay 30. B. Magoffin, expenaes 11,35 

June 8. T. L. Duncan, railroad (are 28.00 

June 10, Qrlggs & Co,, supplies 13.05 

June 10, N. P. R, H. Co., transportation for board 16.48 

June 10. D. Callahan, services 12,50 

June 16. C. C, Andrews, expenses executive committee.. 22.4B 

June IT. Kennedy Bros., blankets, etc l.'i.iKi 

Juns 10. A. B. Herrell, supplies and transportation 10.50 

June 28. Harold Crosier, surveying ^.00 

June 28. H. L. Bums, surveying 2S.0O 

June 30. F. S. Guthrie, surveying 2o.00 

June 30. M. L, Briclcson, surveylnK 25.00 

July 14. T. L. Duncan, expenses of parlv 4(Mr; 

July 16. A. n. McQlll, postmaster, postagp 12.00 

July 16, W. H. Elsinger & Co., camp outfit 3.Tf. 

July 1& U. J. Quam, recording Case county 2.5(> 



State Lands-Year EndlnK July 81, 1002. 

APPRAISING AGRICULTURAL LANDS. 



Beaker (}«aaly— 

W, R. Martan... 

9. W. Dahlen 

Alfred MelU 



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AHDITOE OF STATE. 



Baltranal Count r— 

Sd. Qalla«lier 

J. W. Johnaon 

F, O. Blbley 

Benton Conntr— 

N. J. S. Btewart .. 
John wmiama .... 



1»T 

1$L 






1$LB. Bue 

Paul Van Vleaslnger 40.1.1O 

Lester H. Baker 4D.00 

KanUroht County— 

G. C. Haines 27.00 

M. D. MannlnK 27,00 

S. B. Quale 27.00 

KlttBon f^onntr— 

A. M. EUiluiid, Jr «,0a 

W. F. KelBi) 42.00 

N. Q. BrowQ 42.00 

Le Snenr Conntr— 

M. P. CurtiB 12.00 

John A. TemporlH 12.00 

Hnrahnll Caantr— 

Albert Apgar 27.00 

Robert PorteouB 27.00 

Morrlaon Coanty— 

M. BrlKBB 75.00 

Chas. Kllpatrlck 7B.0O 

8, H. Munsey 75.00 

Voblee ConntT— 

E. A, Tripp 9.00 

M. J. Barber U.OO 

M. P. Mann lt,00 

Nor^nn County— 

C, A. Merge 30.00 

A. U. FrostanE 30.00 

O. T. Rlahoil 30.00 

Otter Tall County— 

Geo. L, NiohOlB 86.00 

H. C. Hanson 68.00 

E, J. Sawyer 4&00 

Polk Coanty— 

Hans C. Bumpaoii SAM 

Hans Larson 83.00 

Red Lake Coanty— 

M. K. Wall 18.00 

J, B. Hebert 18.00 

H. M. aivertson 13,00 

Honean County — 

J, N. Durham 42.00 

G. H, Sanders 68.80 

Olof Holdahl 45.30 

Wsdena Connty — 

C. B. Billiard 80.00 



ADVERTISING SALES, 



Pioneer Press Co 

Republican Gazette, Kandlyobl county,. 
St. Paul Dispatch 

N. W. Newspaper Union 

Republican Press, KandlyoM county..... 

St. Vincent New Era, Kittson county 

Dispatch PrtK. "^0 

Iowa State Register 



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Moorhead Independtnt, Clay county 

Detroit Record, Becker county 

Waaena Pioneer Journal, Wadena county 

Roeeau County Times, Roaeau county 

Fergua Falls Journal, Otter Tail county 

'Warroad Plalndealer, Roseau county 

Thief River Falls NewB, Red Lake county 

Royalton Banner, Morrison county 

Moorbead Weekly News, Clay county 

Lumberman PubllBblns Co 

Hallock Weekly News, Kittson county 

Sauk RapldB Sentinel, Benton county 

Warren Register, Marshal! Co 

Battle Lake Review, Otter Tall county 

Trajiscrlpt Publishing Co., Morrison county 

Pioneer Press Co 

Polk County Journal, Polk county 

CrookBton Times, Polk county 

DlBpatch PrtK. Co 

Worthington Advance, Nobles Co 

WaiTen Bheat, Marshall Co 

Norman Co. Index, Norman Co 

Dispatch Printing Co 

Perham Bullotln. Otter Tall county 

Le Sueur County Leader, Le Sueur county 

' ADVERTISING TIMBKR 3ALES. 

Pioneer Press Co 

Aitkin Age 

Altkm Republican 

Duluth Newa-Tnbune 

Hubbard County Enterprise 

CLERKS AT LAND SALB3. 

Becker county, L. M, Stevens 

Beltrami county, J. H. Haner 

D. L. Sylvester 

Clay county, John Bid 

Kandiyohi county, Loula Johnson 

Kittson county, G. A. Gunnarson 

Le Sueur county, W. H. Kattman 

Nobles county, B. A. Tripp 

Norman county, E. U. Heininger 

Otter Tall county, W. C. Lincoln 

Geo. L. NIcholB 

Steve Butler 

Polk county. John Fetteraon 

Rpfl Lake county. Adam Zeh 

Roseau county. J. C. Spencer 

Wadena county. F. C. Field 

SALARll 

W. S. Dedon, services as cruiser 

J. O. McKenzle, services as cruiser 

Hanr McClellan, services as cruiser 

Prank Stadden, services as cruiser 

W. 8. Dedon 

J. O. McKenzle 

Frank Stadden 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Geo. A. Fllnn. exenses at land sales 

M, D. Manning, team hire 

S. B. Mnlander. expenses at land sales 

W. F. Miller, expenses after land books 

R, C. Dunn, expenses at land sales 

9. ¥■.. Atkins, expenses at land sales 

O. F. Stevens, scaling trespass 



43.00 
27B..^0 



tl, 12^.00 
S7S.O0 


H,3I>0.00 
11,738.12 


395.81 
238. r« 
377.51 , 


H01.0S 

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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Geo. A. Ralph, Burvaylng 

Pioneer Preas Uo., sllpii lor land sbIch, . 

A, R, Robblna, TGCordliiK permlta 

W. C. Meaterman. recording permits... 

Jewett ft Son, pUta 

a. y. Stevena. acallng; 

W. C. Haaterman, scallns 

A. R. RobblDa, Bcallng 

W. C. Uaaterman. acfQlnc 

L. W. Heyden, copy of letter 

B. A. Hitchcock, land dcclalons 

Grand total 



Sv.-Biup LnD4»— Yenr EndlMK Julr 31, 1Wt2. 

T. E. Byrnes, legal services at Waahlngton |2,« 

H. W. CmidH, legal aervlcea at Washington IT 

Cbllda. Bdg^rton & Wlckwlre, legal Hervlces 50 

Qeo. A. Flinn, expenses to Washington 21 

Ell Warner, surveyor general, swamp land Hats 6 

Crookston Land Office, Index 1 

J. M. Smith, rpcorder, Indamnlty swamp land lists 13 

A. F. George, recorder, Indemnity swampland lists 41 

C. N. Orr, sorvlces Gfl 

S. E. Atklna, services .1 

B. M. Atklna, services 7 



I' FFeH— Year Bndlns Jnlr Si, IfiOS. 



V. e. Uind office, Marshall. . 

Duluth land office 

Crookalon land office. 

St. Cloud land office 



1901. 
8«pt G. 

Sept. se. 

Nov. 8. 

Nov. la. 

Nov. 21. 

Nov. 2B. 

Nov. 2B. 



Dec. 28. 

1902. 
Feb. 3. 






July 30. 
July 25. 
July 2*. 



DraluBKC Commlaaton. 

Geo. A. Ralph, August Hervlces and expenses... 
Geo. A. Ralph, September servicBB and expenses 
Geo. A. Ralph, October service* and expenses. . 

R. J, Bell, advertising bids 

Geo. A. Ralph, salary for sel( and asslatante. .. 

The Journal Prtg. Co., advertMng 

Crookaton Times, advertising 

Pioneer Press Co., advertising 

McGlll-Warner Co., printing 

John ... McKlnnon. work on ditch No, 2 

Guncrlus Satnes. account ditch 

Geo. A. Ralph, December salary and expenses. . 
ITalon N. Bgcland, work on Lost River ditch.. , 

Geo. A. Ralph, services to January 12 

Geo, A. Ralph, February salary 

Geo. A. Ralph, services to April 12 

John J. Sanders, account Grand Harals ditch. 

Polk county* 

Pioneer Press Co., advertising 

Praiee News, Bjlverllslng 

The Journal Printing Co., advertising 

Warren Register, advertising 

Geo. A. Ralph, expenses from January I to date, 

Geo. A. Raiph. salary to June IT 

Halvor A. Bnglund, work on Lost River dltoh, 

Rellraml county 

John J. Sanders, work on Grand HaralH ditch, 

Polk county 

rrookston TImea. advertising 

J. R. McKlnney. account Badger and Skunk 

creek dltchea. Roseau county 

Red Lake Falls Gaietle. advertising 

Crookston Journal, advertising 

Barnard ft Gorder, first estimate on Good Hope 

ditch 

Dan I.nnhan. work on ditch. Red Lake county. . 



712.18 

6T7..n9 
Ittl.OO 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



IritfaBse or State Land. 



e IS. Treasurer polk county, ditch it 



47.24 
M.3T 



e PitrlE and Laada— YcaF Eniltnc Jnlr 31. 1002- 



John P. aibbs, aalary as commlaaloner 

John P. Qlbbi. tor Imiiroveinents 

Tlmottay O'Learj', heaven tor state park. . 

Samuel I. Myers. appTAlslnr lands 

J. S. Plllihury t:o., land 



Itaaca State Park, Tree PlantlaK. 



Aug. 8. Jewell Nursery Co., seeds 

1902. 
May 10. John P. GIbbs, seeds and planting. . 



Aur 3. 


Scandinavian-American Bank, bill o 


( L- 


P. 




Au^. 12. 
Sept. 11. 
















271.00 













Aug. C. E. R. Austin, services.. 
June io. H. K. Hoard, setting trc 



160.00 
34.00 



>nttoiial Onard—Yv) 



' Eadlnjr Jntr Kl, IMKi. 



Plrat Battalion of ArHllery— 














Plr»l nevlnieni of Infanlrr— 




Company Inspections by battalion commanders 


,*JI 


T I 


Seeond Regiment of lolsntry- 








Inspectlon Allowance^ 


















Third Reslment of lufantrr— 




Company Inspections by liattallon commanders 


W-IW 




320.00 







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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



TnnaportMIOD- 

Sund^ — ._ 

Cblcago areat Western, 



WarrantB to the Following Companies 



Cblcago, Uflwaukae t St. Paul 3.478.M 

ChtcaKo & North Western 18U.T6 

Cblcago, St Paul, Ulnneapolle & Omaha 500.87 

Duluth. Red Wing A Soathern 26.00 

Great Northern S80.47 

Minneapolis & Bt. Louis 172.88 

MtnneapollB, St. Paul & Bault Ste. Harle 2.20 

Norlhem Paclilc 811.12 

Twin City Bapid Transit Co 47.50 

Winona i Western .78 

Total $B,M1.82 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Eipenae, annual artillery and Infantry competitions (817.78 

Expense, delegates to Interstate National Guard Associa- 
tion 300,00 

Expense, receiving and shipping equipments, etc 3Bi.eO 

Expense, state examining board 10.00 

Qen. £. D. Llbbey, miscellsneous hUls paid 165.61 

Insurance premium on camp buildings and quartermas- 

ter-B stores 427.75 

National Guard records. M.m 

Northwestern Tel«)hone Exobange Co 31.38 

People's Express Co., freight charged and dray-age 307.17 

Repairs of ordnance and equipment 42.\78 

Service and marksman badges Tl.AO 

Western Union Telegraph Co B.14 

Replacing military property of (ha National OuarCl issue*! 
to volunteer organizations during the war with Spain, 

pursuant to Sec. 11. Chap. 281, Laws of ISSS 2.444. 2S tS.4U.:tl 

Grand total (51.072. 75 

Nationkl Guard UBtfopinii— Yenr ISndlnK Jnir 31, 1003. 

Sundry Warrants as Follows; 

Bowlby & Co «4,542.SS 

■ F. E. Tallnrt 217.68 

Chas. F. Pusch 148.25 

Gulterman Bros 1,418,75 

Badger Manufacturing Co 2,982.50 

Henderson Ames Co 736.16 

John H. Frederlch 16.4G 

Oimun Zak Co 14,00 

Pinch, loung & McConvllle 20.00 

110,091 . 14 

NatlODKl Onard Medical Coppn— Tear ElndlnK Jaly 31, 1902. 

A. T. Hall, drugs »181,46 

B. D. Llbbey, sundries 114,04 

Jas. Fenstermaker. repairs 0.50 

Uajor T. C, Clark, expenses convention 80.00 

W. E. White, hospital building. l.W.OO 

Geo. M. Coon, balance medldne cbest IS.OO 

(BOO.OO 

Hntloiuil Qaard VoInBteerii— Year BndlnK Jnl>- »1, 1(K>3. 

C. W. FlBher, salary 11,200,00 

C. W. Fisher, expenses 56.81 

C. W. FlBher, erpensea to Washington 100.00 

Lt. Edv. Scogland. reimbursement 65.52 

Samsey Abstract Co., copying claim against United 

Slates 10.00 

11,482.33 

Stale Camp Gionnda Improvvnienti. 

1901. 

Aug. 14. Crane A Ordway Co.. water pipes, etc tZ.SSO.flZ 

Se^21. B, D. Llbbey, sundries 362.10 

Jan. 6. W. B. White, officers' mesa 887.00 

Jan. 15. W. H. Hart, balance services 45.00 

May 3. W, B. White, material and labor 35.1.00 

July 21. E. D. Ubbey, painting, etc 412.(KI 

— (8,000.00 



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2H8 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Burial Soldier* anad aallor*— Year B»dl>K 'nlr 81, IftOX. 

Aitkin county, one burial tO.23 

Anoka county, three burials 106.00 

Becker county, one burial SS.K 

Beltrami county, two burials 44.90 

Blue Earth county, one builal SB.OO 

Crow Wing county, one burial BB.OO 

Dakota county, one burial SS.OO 

Douglas county, two burials 5B.0O 

Fillmore county, three burials 10B.00 

Qoodbue county, two burials TO.OO 

Hennepin county, twenty-six burials. 912,00 

Hubbard county, two burials TO.OO 

Morrison county, one burial SB.OO 

Mower county, one burial SSOO 

Otter Tail county, one burial SS.OS 

Pine county, one burial SS.OO 

Samsey county, fourteen burials 490.00 

at. Louis county, seven burials 24S.00 

Steams county, two burials TO.OO 

Steele county, two burials 68-00 

Todd county, three burials M.0O 

Wabasha county, two burials TO.OO 

Waseca county, one burial 85.00 

Washinston county, four burials 140.00 

Winona county, three burials lOB.OO 

WriBht cojnty. three burials lOO.OO 

1 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

E. A. Tyler, bases. St. Louis county $75.00 



H. M. Palm & Son, t>aseH 

Laura Olson, part of pension paid by United Statcfl.. 
Appomattox Post No. 72. Mlnnea|>ollB. elKht bases, et 
w. L. Spencer, putting up stones 



Reivardii anil Reqnliiltlona far CrlnlualH. 

1901. 

Aug. 7. Tom Murphy, requisition of John F. Keller $23T.Z0 

Aug. 7. JamPB Howard, requisition of H. Springer 257.90 

Sept. £1. W. C. Sargent, expense 3T.B0 

Sept. 03, Philip C. Justus, expenses account H. Blomberg 231. 30 

1902. 

April 2. Fred. Qerlich, expenses account Elmer Toppeg.. 00,28 

May 14. Geo. Atchison, return ot John L, Moore 7S.66 

May 27. E. K. Blexrud, return of P. Noonan 2lr>.n3 

June G, D. T. Bowen. return of Henry Nelson 63,10 

July 10. Geo. W. Peterson, expenses care of Dewing. 

Todd county IIS.TS 

HiKk Seliools— Year Badlnc Jnlr SI, 1002. 



. Blooming Prairie, Blue Earth, Bralnerd, Browne 

Valley, Caledonia, Canby, Cannon Falls, Chatlleld, 
Cloquet, Crookston. Dawson, Delano, Detroit, Dodge 
Center, Duluth, Elbow Lake, Elgin, Elk River, Excel- 
sior, Fairmont, Faribault, Farmlngton. Fergus Falls, 
Fertile, Fuldft. Qlencoe. Qlerwood, aracevUle. Grand 
Rapids, Granite Falls, Ha Hock, Hastings, Hector, 
Henderson. Heron Lake, Howard Lake, Hutchinson. 
Jackson, Janesvllle, Kasson, Kenyon, Lake City, Lake 
Crystal, Lakelleld. Lanesboro, Le Roy. Le Sueur, 
Litchfield. Little Falls, Long Prairie, Luveme. Ma- 
della, Madlaon, Mankato, Mantorville, Mapleton, Mar- 
shall, Minneapolis— Central High, East Side. North 
Side. South Bide; Montevideo, Monticello, Moorhead, 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. i;89 

Morris. Nfw PayoPsvlUe. New Richland, New Ulm, 
Northfleld, Olivia, Ortonvlile, Owatonna, Park Raplda, 
Pine Island, Pipestone. Plalnvlew, Preston, Prince- 
ton. Red Lake Falls. Red Wing, Redwood Falls, Ren- 
vll!e, Rochester, Rush City, Rushford, St. Charles, St. 
Cloud, St. James. St. Peter, Sauk Centre, St. Paul- 
Central, Cleveland, Humboldt, Mechanic Arts; Shak- 
opee, Sherhum, Slay ton. Sleepy Eye, Sprtngfleld, 
Spring \alley, Stewartvllle, Stillwater, Tracy. Wa- 
basha, Wailena, Warren, Waseca, Watervllle. Wells, 
Wheaton, White Bear, Wlllmar, Wlndom. Winnebago 

City, Winona. Worthtngton, Zumbrota S121.150.00 

¥121.150.00 

MlSCEI.LANROrS. 

Oeu. B. Alton, salary and expenses aa Inspector |1,500.TT 

E. B. Johnson, secretary 323.55 

H. 3. Baker, examinations 29.00 

S.J. Race, examinations tM.30 

D, L. Klehle. examinations 30.00 

Cyrus Northrop, examinations 28.87 

Hyde & Manvel, Htatlonerj' 11.60 

O. F. Morgan, sprvtces 3,50 

Christ l.inilnni, i»*tal cards 6.30 

11.990.80 

Total M23.HB.8n 

HiKh SptaQols (Nornnl Iim t miction)— Yen r Endlnic JalF :n. 1»0U. 

State aid, IWll. Apportionment to high schools tor elementary normal Instruc- 
tion, *S00 each, as follows: 
Albert I.ea, Hastings, Luverne, Red Wing. Sauk Centre, 

Winona $3,000.00 

Qeo. B. Alton. Inspector, salary live m-.mihB to May 31, 

ime oia.oo 

on, expenspM 'Jj_L $4.2RS.12 

GraileU Schoolii— Ypof Eutllnx Joly 31, lOOli. ^ 

State aid. 1001) deficiency apportionment. (200 each to village and town public 
schools, for (-ntouragement of higher education, as follows: 
Ada. Arlington, Atwater. Browns Valley. Caledonia, Clear 

ii-„»„.. c !_.„_ c ._,_ "— r,.vii|e. Green Isle, 

New Aubum. New 
la. Rush City. St. 

L-|aire, Sherburn, Slewarlvllle, Taylors Falls. Way- 

lata, Wheaton, White Bear, Total. 25 schools *i V2»i>. ^i.'lOO.OO 

f.-.. 000.00 

State aid, lOOI apportionment. »400 each, as follows: 
Adams, Ann an dale, Bel (trade, Bemlil]!. Bird Island. Blwa- 

blk. Cambrldg?, Carlton, Chaska, CI ark field. Clinton. 

Cottonwood. Daasel. East Grand Forks. Bden Valley. 

Ely. Ellsworth. EvansvlUe. Fisher, Fosslon, Frazee, 

Grove City. Halslad. Heiining, Herman, Kiisna. Lak.' 

Benton. Lake Park. Lamberton, Mcintosh, Mabel, 

Mabel Lake, Maseppa. Melrose. Mllaca, Mlnneota, 

Minnesota l-akc, Morrlstown. Morton. Mountain Lake. 

New London. North Branch. North Mankato, Pelican 

Rapids, Pine Clly, Royaltnn, St. Hllalre, St. Louis 

Park. Sandstone. South St. Paxil, Staples, Stephen, 

Thief River Falls. Two Harbors, Welcome, Wlnthrop. 

Total, 50 sr-hools 'ii »4IHI »a2, 400.01) 

~ ■ (22,400.00 

State aid, litOl and lUOO deficiency apportionment, (WOO each, as follows: 
Alden, Amboy, Argyle, Belle Plalne, BellinKham, Btown- 
ton, Buffalo. HreckcnrldEe, Carver. Cokato, rmiidas. 
Eagle Bend, Elysi.tn. Kiigirton, Klmore, lota, FalrJax. 
Gaylord, Gi>od Thunder. Grand Meadow, Harmony, 
Huwlev. Hlbblng. Hinckley. Hopkma. Houston. Jasper. 
Jordan. Lnkevllle. Lyle, Montgomery. Montrose. Mora. 
Morgan, Nrw Prague, Noith St, Paul. Norwood. Oak 
Park. Osakts. Osseo, Perham. Robblnsdale. Sacred 
■ ~ \ Rapids. South Stillwater, Tower, Vern- 



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MiaCBLLANEOUS. 
month's salary and expenses 



Semi-Graded Sckooln— Year BDdlnK J>1t 81i 1M2. 

State aid. 1900 deaclency, (42.41 to each school, aa rollows: 
IlK Stone county, Dlst. No. 60; Carlton county, DlBt. No. 
3: Carver county, Dlst, No. 82; Chisago county, Dtst. 
No, 82; Dodge county, Dlst. No. 58; Douglas county, 
Dlst. No. 61; Faribault county, Dlst. No. i; FUlmore 
county, Dlst. No. *0; Hennepin county, DlBt. No. 128; 
Jackson county. Dlst. No. 28; Kandfyohl county, Dlat, 
No. 7; Lyon county, Dlsta. Nos. 11 and 16; MiUe Iac« 
county, Dlsta. Nos. 11 and 13; Mower county, Dlat. 
No. 25; Nicollet county, Dlst. No. M; Nobles county, 
Dlst. No. 77; Olmsted county, DlaCs. NoE. 2 and 140! 
Otter Tall county, Dlst. No. 103; Pipestone county, 
Dlst. No. 38: Polk county, Dlst. No. 251 ; Rock county, 
Dlst. No. 15; St. Lrfiuts county, Dlst. No, 21: Scott 
county, Dlsts. Nob. 10 and 41; Stearns county. Dlst. 
No. 00: Wadena county, Dlst. No. 33; Waflhlngton 
county. Dlst. No, 36; Winona county, Dlsta. f— *" 



Btate aid. 1001 apportionment, 1125.12 to each Hchool, as follows; 

I St. No. 5; Benton county, Dlat. 

nty, Dlst. No. 45; Carlton count; 

.,„. „, . county. Dlst. No. 73; Chippewa ■ ... 

Dlat. No. 21; Chisago county, Dlst. No. M; Clay poun- 
ty, Dlat. No. 38; Fillroore county. Discs. Nos, 2S, 74 and 
174- Houston county, Dlst. No. 54; Hubbard county, 
Dlsta, Nob. 2 and 20; Kandiyohi county, Dlst, No. 40; 
Kittson county, Dlst. No. 13: Mlile Lats county, Dlst. 
No 4' Morrison county. Dlata. Nos. 2 and 0; Mower 
county Dlsts. Noa. 34 and 86; Murray county, Diet. 
No. 7; Norman county, Dlst. No. 25; Olmsted county, 
Dlst. No. 125; Otwr Tall county. PUts. Nos. S and 23: 
Polk county. Common Special and Dlst. No. 246, ^ope 
county, Dlsts. Nos. 49 and 5S; Ramsey county. Dlst. 
No 21- Redwood county, Dlst. No. 20; . Rice county. 
Dlst No. Ill; Rork county, Dlst. No. 5; St. I'";"" 
TOunty, Dlsts. NOB. 18 and ^O: Bherburne^oounty^ Wat. 

oSit. Nc^^'^'Todd county. DIhU, Nob ^l ,»"4 '/<>■ 

:j;:ss?i"^?B".x"^j^.^Toui,'^.a%ihoSrs^l'im."2°"erci?' $5,6iB.2e ^ 

state l^d, 1801 apportionment and 1900 deficiency. «e7.53 to each Hchool. i 



Chiton county, D'ats. Nos. 3, 6, M, 44; Chipne^ 
county, DlBlH. Nos. 14. 30, 62; Chsi.go county, Dl«_- 
Nos 1, 30, 43, 53; Clay county. Dlsta. Nos. 1 and ij, 
CottonWood county. Diat. No. 8; Dakota county. Dim*. 
Noa 5 and 10; Dodge county, Dials. Nos. 20 and 60; 
Douglas countv, Dlata. Noa. 31 and 42; Faribault 
county DiBta Nos 40 and 102; Fillmore county, Dlata. 
Noa. 104 and 181; Freeborn county. Jllsts. Noa 4 IS, 
48 109- Grant county, D sis. Noa. M. .>.1, 42; Hennepin 
county HlllH and Dlata No». 17, 2S, 34. 39, 4B. SO, 01. 
85 1M' Houaton county. DiEts. Nos. 1, 12, 30: IsanU 
SSuS^ Dlat. No. 23: lind.yohi county. Dial. No. 46; 
Kittson county, Diet. No. 2: Lac qui Pari.' county. 
Dlst No. 86; 1« Sueur county. Dists, Nob. 51 and 31; 
Lyon county, DisL No. 40; McLeod county. Otsta. N.)B. 
18 33, 34. 38, 70: Martin county. Dlst. No. .«>; Meeker 
county, DlBts. Nos. 1, 2, 14, 51. 00; Morrison county. 
Dlat. No. 27; Mower co""ti';,,DlBts. Nos, JS 4.1. .*. 
Murray county, DIhIs. Noa. ^ and 40, Nicollet coun- 
ty. Dlat. No. 57; Nobles county, Dlata. Nos. 3. 10, 17. 



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_.. n county, Uists. Nob. 1. 77; Olmsled county, 

DlBtB. Nob. 4, U. 41, 77, lU: Otter Tail county. Dlsts. 
NOI. 37. SH. 47, lUO; Pine oounly, DlsCa. Nt>s. li. 21, S4: 
Flpcetone county. DIetB. Nob, 31 and m; Polk cuunty, 
DIata. Noa, 47, ^30; Pope county. Dints, Nob. 1. :tO. tfl, 
tsS; Red Lake county. Dist, No. TD: Redwood i-'aunty, 
Dlsts. Nob. 17, IH. 2a. 74; Renville county, Dlats. Nr^s. 
S3, 96; Roseau county, Diets. Nos, 41, 42; St. LauIb 
county. DlstB, Nos. 1, 18; Scott county, DIbIb. Nob. 21. 
49; Sherburne county. Dlats, Noa. 1, 4; Sibley county. 
Dlsts. Nos, 35, U4. 71; Stcania county. Distil. Nos. 9. 
14, 34. !>0. SO, 03, 102, UZ; Steele county, Dist. No. U; 
Stevena county. DIst, No. ZT; Switt cuunty, DIst. No. 
S: Todd county, Dist. No. ST; Wabaslia county. Dlats. 
Nos, 2, 31, 32, 80, 92, 97; Waseca county, Dia'.s. Noa. 3. 
SI, 6t>; Wasblnston county, DIst. No, S; Wilkin county, 
Dista. Nos. 11, H; WInora county, Disla. Noa. IT, 21, 
29, «8; WVlght county. Dial. No. 17; Yellow Medlclnt 
county, DlstB. Nob. T, 13, HU, 83; Ramaey county, DIst. 
No. 18 (receives (100 (or year lUUU and tl2.'>.12 for 1001). 
Total, 154 schools 



Roml Schoola— Ycnr Eadlnv Jaly 31, lOOX. 

State aid, 1001 apportionment, JIOO. and 1000 deHclency tI4.40 t._ 

school district, to encourage the better condition of rural Bchoola. Warrants drawn 
in (avor of common school districts numbered and showing In the Bpportioimient- 
aa follows: 

Total amount disbursed I60.H9.7S: 

Aitkin— School D;8t. No. 33. tlOO. 

Anoka— School Dtat. Nos. 40. 47. 48. at tl]4.40 ^acli: Noa, 15. 10, 29, 41. at JlOO each; 

Nos. 2, 23, 4e. at ;14.40 each. 
Becker— School Dist. Noa. 81, 33, at 1114. -1(1 each; No. 21, 1100; Nos. 6, 12, K). at 

tl4.40 each, 
Benton— School Dial. Nos. 2, 3, ir.. 27. 29, at S114.40 each; No. 32. tlOO; Noa, 4, 18, 

at 114,40 each. 
BlB atone— School Dlat. Nob, 7, 14. 30, at J1I4.40 each; No. 51, tlOO; Nos. 6, 10, 26, 

SG, at H4.40 each. 
Blue Elarth— School Dlat. Noa. 3, 17, 2S. * 

each; Nob. iHt. 79, 135, 144, at 1100 ea 

117, 127, 131, ISO, at tl4.40 each. 
Brown— School Dist. Nos. 3. 39, at 1114.40 each: Noa. IS, ID. at tlOO each. 
Carver-School DIst. Nob. Ifl, 2S, at 1114. -H) each; No, fiS. JlOO. 
rh I ppewa— School Dist. Noa. 18, 71. at IIH.40 each; Nos. 9, 53, BO. at |100 each; Noa. 

ChlsaKO-^School Dlat. Noa. 10. 13, 14. 22, 3.*;. nt tlI4.40 each; Noa. 6. 11, at tlOO each; 

No. 38. tl4.40. 
Clay— School Dlat. Noa. 69. SS. nt 1114.40 each: Noa. 3, 42, at |100 each: Nos. 6, 10, 

18. 27. 42, 48. 5«. at *14.J0 each. 
Cook— School Dist. No. 2. tlt4.40: No. 1, |10n. 

Cottonwood-Bchool Dist, No. 10, (114.40: Nos. 2, 8, 2.\ 48, 60, 53. at 114.40 each. 
Crow Wing— School Dist. Nos. 1, S. tlOO each; No, 3, J14.40. 
Dakota-School Dlat. Nos. 7. 20. 47. 40, 53, 54. 69, 66. 72, 75, 90, at 1114.40 each; Noa, 

3, 31. -W. 71, at tlOO each; Noa. 9. r.l. at |14,40 each. 
Etodge— School Dist. Nos. 5, 2.-, at »100 Pach: Nos. 4, 17, 10, 21. 23, 20. 36. 41, 44, 61, 

72, at tl4.40 each. 
Douglas— School DlBt. Nos, 17, 20, 22. 47. at tll4.40 each; Nos. 11. li!. 30, 50, 86. at 

1100 each; Noa. 0, 6, 28, 82. 48. 52, fll>, at 114.40 each. 
Faribault- School DIst. Nos. 2, 17. 27, 05. 70, at (114.40 each; Noa. 29, 50, 06, 114, at 

1100 each: Nos. 28, 31, at I14.40 each. 
Fillmore— School Dial. Nob. 10, 30. 32, SO. Hi. 12.1, 124. 148. 140. 156. 184. at (114,4» 

each; Nos, 13. 36, 4(1. 138. at MOO each; Nos. 18, 21. 23. 110. lift. IfS. at (14.40 each, 
P re pbom— School DIst. Nnn, 1.5, .^-.. 43, 71. 82, at 1114.40 each: Nos. 20, 42, 70, at 

(100 each: Noa. 42, 44. 50, 51, .'S3, 04. Bt (14.40 each. 
Goodhue-School Dlat. Nos II.'., 13.1. at (73 each: No, 182. (130.32: Noa, 4, 9, 10, IB. 86, 

40. 105. 14.3. 149. Ifll, at (114.40 each: Nob. 24, 20, 115, 118, 155, at (lOO each; Nos. 

7, 18, 26, 64. 102, 1.10, at (14.40 each. 
Grant-School Dlat. Nob, 2, 20, 21, 37. at (114.40 each; Nob, 16. 20, .31, 34. 38, 63, at 

(100 each- 
Hennepln-School DIst. Nob. n. 10. 11, 12. 13. 14, 20, 27. B7. 46, 51, 52 53, .56. 50. 78; 

04 96. 00, 102 at (114.40 each; Noa. 42, Tfi. 00, 01. 07. 100, 101, 1.31. at (100 each; 

Noa, 48. 57, IfW, 116, 12", 134, at (1440 each. 
Ho.iBlnn-9chnol DlBt. Noa. -.a. 66, at (114.40 each: No. 145, (100; Nos. 6, T, 10, 18t 



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Isanti— School Diet. No9. 2, a3. 52, at Jlli.-W pach; No. 1, 1100. 
Jackson— School Dlat. Nob. 4, 7, n2, r>3. UTi. ':,. at 1114.40 enc\ 
"'10 each; Noa. 04, 07. 7S. 7B, 115, 88, Oil, 107, at 114.40 each. 



t »I00 each; Now. 10, 4,5, 92. 

Lake-School Dist. No. 1. tH.40, 

he Sutur-School DJat. Nos. 14, 13. 24, '.a, 44. ri3. 57, «3, IH. 77, 81, UO, at 1114.40 each; 

Nos. 22, U3, MM, :u 1100 each: Noa. Ill, 21. 30. 511. 07. 70. 09. at 114.40 each. 
Un coin— School Dlst. Nos. 11. 2T. at 1114.40 each; No, 4. (14.40. 
Lyon-Schocil Dlst. Noa. 27, 2S. 47, 33. 62, at JU.40 each, 
McLcod— School Dial. Noa. 15, 17. I", 21, :«, .m 47. 51, Il7. 72, 75, at (114.40 each; Nob. 

26, i!n. at tlOO each; Noa. r>. 11, 31, X. 00, 711, at 114.40 each. 
Mb raha] 1— School Dlst. No. »>. S114.40; Nn. TO. HOU; Noa. 5, Ifl. 2.5. 211, at tl4.40 each. 
Martin— School Dlat. Nos. 211. 40. 4'.i. 50, l«, at (114.40: Nos. T. 22. 40, 3:1. HS, at (lOO 

each; Noa. 17. 3U. B3, 76, at 114.40 each. 
Meeker-School Dial. Noa. 3, 12, irt, Jll, 43, 45, at (114 each; Niw. S, 21, :•*. 90, at (lOO 

each: No. 42, (14.40. 
Ml He I.acs— School Dlat. No. 10, (I4.4G. 
Morrlaon- School Diet. Nos. 1, 42. at (111.40 eni-h: No?. 11^. 22, at (100 each; Noa. G. 

1<>, at (14.40 each. 
Mower-School Diat. Nos, 11, TO, 7H. 70, 107, 121. nt (111.40 each: Nos. 10. 20, at (100 

each; Nos. 8. 51, 57, 111, at S14.40 "ach. 
Murray— School Dlst, No, 8, (114.40; Nos. 25, nS, SI, at (100 each: Nos. T. no. 42. B3. 

Ml. OH, at (14,40 each. 
Nicollet- School Dlst. Nob. 0, 7, 8. 22. 24. 32, 3"!. 40, 45, 02, at (114.40 each; Nos. 10, 

28. 31, at (100 each; Nos. 3. 4. 30. ni, .'•.<). i!.3, at (14.40 each. 
Nobles-School DlBt. Nna. 42, .V), M, 73. «1, at (114.40 each; Nos. S, 20, 72. 70, at (100 

each: Nos. 1.1. 50. 00. 80, sa, nt (14.40 each. 

" ■ ■"■■:, Nob, 22. 34, 72. SO. at (114.40 each: Nos. 30, TO. at (UiO each. 

' ■'-- ■■ ■ " ■■■ -■ :. oo. 07, 81, 04, 105. 111. 112. 120, at 

t (100 each; Nos. 5, 27. :Ci. (HI. !B. 07, 

ii'» ju<, i.K'. i.t.^. i.v%, ni tii.-iij cncn. 
Otter Tall— School Dlst. Nob. 22. 40. ."ili, 58, >C., !10. 117, 130, 181, at (114.40 each: Nob. 

■JR. AT, 222, 0:1. at (100 each; Noa. 3, l:>, 2:<. :10, 3:1, :{0, 37, .51). 01, TO, 8i>, loO, lli5, 

128, 170, HIT, at (14.40 esch. 

■—School Dlst, Nob. 4, 0, 10, 13. .10. :t.5, at (114.40 uach; Nos. 14, 1.1, 2.3, 211. at 



I. 24, 311, ;it S11t.40 each: Noa, 211, r^i. at (100 each; 

..^OH. a, n, II. 40. ai «ii.-hi <>ach. 
Folk-School Dial. Noa. 117, 120. 144. 1S1, at (114.40 each: Nob. 11. 55. 7'*. 02. 123. 130, 

133. lOfl. 24B. 225. 24(1. a( (100 carh; Nos. ."., O. 55. 74, 22.5. 240, at (14.40 each. 
Poiie- School Diat. Noa. 7, :i2. ,30, IW, at (114. 4o each: Nos. 20, 04, at (100 each; Nos. 

10. 14, 4a. at (14.4I> each. 
Bajnaey— School Dlat. Nn«, :i, 17. 32, nt (114.40 each; Nos. ,31. (100; Nos. 10, 23, at 

I. 1100; No. TO, (14.40, 
0. 11. 12, 14. 10, •-'••. :iO, Xt. 4.5. 4a .5.1. 57. 01. ffi. 00. 72. 

77. 8S, iH, at tin 111 each: Noa, 13, 25, 28, 32, 3.5, 4T. .35, 71, TO, at (100 

each: Noa. 0, 20, 40. iMi. 70, al (14.40 each. 
Ben vll It-School Dlst. Ncpb. S, 40, 85. SO. 120. at (114.40 each: Noa. 30, IKt. at (100 

each: Noa. 24, 4T, US. TiX OH. 114. 12.1, lit (14.40 each. 
Rice- School Dlat. Noa, «, 10. 14. IS. 3.3. 113, at (114.40 each; Nob, 32, 74. at (100 each: 

Nos. 211, 40. -52. 53. 02, lOlL at (14.40 ench. 
Bock-School DiKt, N.w. 10. 4.-. 05. at (114.40 each: N™. 23, 32. 30, at (14.40 each. 
St. !>oiils-8ch»ol Dlat. Nna. O. s, «o. 1.",, at (HKi each; Noa. 2!i. .30, at (14.40 each, 
Scoit-Schooi Dlat. Nos. I0.,4o. lUl, at (114.40 tach: N-JS. ."., 37, 47, at (100 each; Nos, 

:i2, :(T, 42. at (14.40 each. 
Sherliuni.— School Dlst. N". 



























































■V\-adcna-School Dlst. Nob. 0. 10. at (114.40 





in. 125, 13.1, 147, a 



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:<, 1(1. 4.'i, 4K. .->:;. at fll4.40 each; 
), 4R. 4f), at J114.4« each; NnB. 10. 



Watonwan— SchiHJl UlHt. > 

tlUU each; Nu. 41. tl4.4( 
Wilkin— School Dlst. Nos. 1 

No. 311, tl4.W. 
Winona— School Dint. Nos. 10, 37. 3n. K. 31>, M, at 1114.40 i-ai'h; N 

SUM) each: Nos. 1», 4H, 41). riH. IIS. T1). ti2. al tl4.40 each: No. :!, $U-i 
Wright— School DlHt. NOH. I. 13, 14, al. M. .". 11!). 130, at |114.4"> r 

41, ns. fl2. H7, ftl, at IIIH) each: Nos. ■^4. :«. 00. IIR. at 114.40 each. 
Yellow Medfrlnc-School Pi»t. No. 72. I114.JI): Nos. S, W, 23, ST.. ->'. K 



riiDiitr TrainInK !9dioi>lii. 

I. Anrtri'w .\el8oii aervk-eH at IlralnerJ 

1. R. R. Up LaUlre. servl.T-M at Bratncrt 

I. N. E. Colllna. services at Mratnenl .., 

i. A. M. Locker, services at Rfd I.ahp Falls 

;. Mra. \\m. Fuerst. servli-es nt Marshall 

I. EdKHr tiEiirgp, services at Olivia 

!. A. I,. Arnold, services al Olivia 

i. a. F. Foster, services at Olivia 

!. J. 9. Fpstorson. SL-rilces al Olivia 

!. Lizzie Lewis, sen-Ices at Mankatn 

l Blanche Hand, services at MankaCo 

!, Kate Sparrow, services at Hankato 

1. Minnie Parry, services at Mankato 

:. C M. Robhins. sen'Eces at Mankatu 

'.. (i, E. Partnilse. services at Mankalo 

t. W, F. Kunie, services at Red Wing 

L Julia Booth, Een,-lces at Red Wing 

'., A. W. Curl, services at Pipestone 

!. J. E. Stevens, services at Pipestone 

I J. E. ij. Moon'. KcrvIceB at Ferg\i8 Falls 

!. K. Berrlgan. services at Glenwood 

!. (.'. Spcnctr. services at Fiilila 

!. R. L. H. Lord, servicea al Fnlda 

!. A. OlHon, sen-lfPH at Fulda 

!. C. M. Knutsun, services at Warren 

!. J. A. rederalrom, seniees at Ada 

I W. Angus, services at Wadena 

:. M. Martin, services at Wadena 

:. \y. \V. Pendergasl, services at HuKMnson 

;! A* m". .Murlin. services at Worlhlngton, ',...!!!! ! 

:. M. T. i:ndyke. services at WoHhIngton 

. Mrs. A. H. t'hapln. services al Worthlngton.... 

;. M. L. Sullivan, services at Wonhlngion 

. Florence Burllngham, services at IVheaton 

. J. H. Chapman, services al Wheaton 

. 11. E. Ruddy, services at Caledonia 

. I\ A. Palchln, services at Caledonia 

, H. N. Wheeler, services ai Moose Lake 

:. E. Leclra. services at Moeae Lake 

. H. A. nrltzlus. services at Wells 

. E. L. Norris, serylees at Wells 

. Ella fnilisr, services at Wells 

■■ L. N. McWhorler, services at Wells 

. Franc Wllklns, services at Detroit 

. Margaret WedKC. seri'Iees at Detroit 

. a. A. Stanton, services at Detroit 

, M. B. Jackson, services at Sleepy Eye 

. C. D. Welch, services at Sleepy Bye 

. J. M. Mci:onnell, services at Long Pralrte 

. C, W. McCauley. service at Long Prairie 

- P, M. Magnuson. servk-ps al Little Falls 

, H. B. White, sprvices at Little Falls 

. Sadie Geer, services at Little Palls 

. M. M. McAllister, services at Little Falls 

. A. M. Webster, services at Granite Falls 

. Alice M. Johnston, services at Granite Falls 

. G. O. Virtue, services a t Granlie P'alls 

. H. O, McGee, services at Litchfleirt 

, W, J. Marouls, services at Lltchfleld 

. 8. O. Jansen. services al Lltchflpld 

. A. C. Tlbbetts. services nt Kasson 

, K. U Porter, services at Heron Lake 

, O. F. Denny, services at Rralnerd 

. J, Adam Bede, leclurlng and expenses 

, J. B. ManeltP, services at Fergus Falls 

. J. A. Cranston, services at Buffalo 



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Aug, j. C, H. Chrlatoltoraon. services at FersuB FsHb. 

Aug. S. M. Voughan, servlceH at Fergus FhIIb 

Aug. 5. c. li:. Young, services ac Fei^us Falls 

Aug. fi. A. C LarlBOn, services ac Fergus Falls 

Aug. o. C. A, BmiLh, aervlcea at Fei^rua Falls 

Aug. G. A. Li. Day, servloeH at W'heaton 

Aug. 0. M. Gardner, aervlcea at Duluth 

Aug, a. S. A. Foster, services at Duluth ; 

Aug. e. B. a. Jackson, services at Duluth 

Aug. e. R. K. DenHeld, services at Dululh 

Aug. 0. N. Wallace, services at Glen wood 

Aug. a. E. M. fniiilps, services at Sleepy Eye 

Aug. IS. J. Q. McDonough. services at Marsball 

Aug. r>. E. T. Reed, services at Duluth 

UK>1. 

Aug. a H. Wilson, services at Faribault 

■ F. E. Slratton, services at Faribault 

W. F. F. Selleck, services at Wells 

Alice J. Mott, services at Faribault 

F. u. Wright, services ot Faribault 

\V. H. Hellands, services at Faribault 

J. H. Hay, services at Mora 

1. I. Uargen, services at Wlndom 

G. E. Maxwell, services at Aitkin 

Mrs. E. K. Jaques, scrvicea at Altk^ti 

C. H. Itsrnes, ser\-lceB at Aualln 

B. Patterson, services at Austin 

K. l,lbbey, services at Austin 

H. G. Chi Ids, 'services at Breckcnr'uige 

L.. L-evens, services at RuchfSttr 

F. J. Bperry, services at Hochester 

R. B. McLean, services at Rochi'si r 

0. J. Holt, sen-ices at Rochester 

J. A, Tonney, services at Rochester 

F. D. Holtz, ser^-lces at Wlndom 

R. L. Frailer. seiTlces at Duluth 

K. E. Martin, services at Breckenrldge 

B. E. Atkins, services at St. Cloud 

K. M. Lehnerts, services at St. Cloud 

1. T. Johnsnid. services at St. Cloud 

Estelle Wood, services at St. Cloud 

P. P. Colgroi-e. ser\-lceB at St. Cloud 

M. D. Avery. services at St. Cloud 

H. Swlndlehural. seirloes at Sleepy Kve 

M. F. Regan, services at Caledonia 

H. C. Heas. servlcea at Lake City 

H. E. Dunston. services at BulTaln 

B. H. Cristle, aeirlci-s at Buffalo 

M. O'Connor, services at Buffalo 

Knut Oierset. servlc.-fl nt Olenwood 

Clam Stiles, acrvlcps at [lalloch 

O. M, Haugan. serilcfS at Hallock 

W. W. HolibB. servicep at Pipestone 

McD, Williams, services nt Caledonia. 

E. T. Carroll, services at Mora 

M. H. Kenny, scrvic.'fl a( Mora 

P. P. Kennedy, services at I^ke Benton 

Ellz, L,. Smith, services at L,ake Benton 

C. F. Koerler. services at Mankato 

J. L.. Torrens, sen'lcts at Wadena 

Gertrude Enderle. services at Ada :... 

8. A. Challman, services at Warren 

Li. P. cravens, services at Breckenridge 

R. H. Burns, services at Roseau 

I.. 8. Overholt. services at Long Prairie 

M. H. Manuel, services at Fulda 

G. F:111s Skinner, lectures and expenses 

G. E. Maxwell, services at Albert Lea 

Om. A. Franklin, services at Owatonna 

Florence M. Perry, services at Marshall 

a, C, Hubbard, services at Warren 

A. M, Randolph, services at Pipestone 

A, H. Lassow, services at Shakopee 

Ells. Sullivan, services at Shakopee 

K, Reardon. services at Shakopee 

E, E. Mclntyre. services at Shakopee 

A. R. Blttner. services at Benson 

A, N. Farmer, services at R4.nBon 

N. Crump, services at Benson 



120.110 
8B.00 

las.oi) 



172.41 
108.00 
10B.12 



1«0.00 

2.~'2,0D 
12H.S7 



1R7..W 
212.70 
100.74 

173,00 



122.72 
1N6.42 
llt;.R2 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



, P. J, Butler. BervlceB at Ada ;.. 

. Mm. C. M. Boutelle, services at Marshall 

Mr». A. N. Farmer, services at Renaon 

. B. GtlbertHOn, Hervlcea at Austin 

A, Sand, aervlees at Detroit 

. M. Krantz, servlceB at Lake Benton 

. F. J. Proat. services at WIndom 

. F, E. LurtanT aervlcea at Litchfield 

. M. M. Kliiy, servlcea at Pipestone 

. R. W. Cooper, lectures 

. N. L, Woodbury, Bervlces at Mankato 

J. C. Marshall, services at Worthlngton 

L. Way, services at University 

. J. M. Cleary, services at I^nlverslty 

E. K. Corson, services at University 

W. Robertson, servlres at Hutchinson 

. J. A. Van Dyke, services and eipensea 

B. B. Johnson, services at University 

B. Patte.-Hon, expenses at Austin 

. J, Carry, services at Hutchinson 

P. J. Kuntz. services and expenses 

C. E. Magnusson. services at Marshall 

A. L. Day. services nt Wheatnn 

L. G. Carlton, services at Caledonia 

L. Swift, services at Marshall 

J. T. Keppel. services at Marshall 

, C. G. Schultz. balance on warrant No. 30205.,.. 
J. W. Olson, expenses 

F. J. tToat, services at Wlmlom 

L. E. B. Fletcher, servlr-s nt Red Lake Falls.. 
L. Bliss. Instructor summer schools 

. C. G. Schults. postapre 

T. H. Girling, printing 

O. Lea, postage 

O. Lee. postage 

P. J. Seberger. eiamtnatlons at St, Cloud 

H. R. Bdwards. services at Montevideo 

. H. G. McGee, services at Montevideo 

, R. H. Burns, services at Montevideo 

". P. Cravens, services 

. L. Smith, services 

B. M. Hawk, services 

L. T. Logerstrom. services at Winthrop 

, C. W. G. Hyde, services at Wadena 

. J. B. Klefe, printing 

J. O. Cranston, services 

H. E. Durton, services 



117.45 

120.00 
113.34 



IIS.OO 
181.80 
30.00 



72.811 
14L*.W 
173.L'2 

ifm.oo 



W. B. Stewart, services 

C. Sundqulst. services 

T. L. Duncan, services 

R. H. Dean, services 

_', Estes, 'KeTvicea., '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.' 
. A. C. Tlbbetts. services 

H, G. McGee, services 

M. G. AVbltney. services 

. G. J. Keenan. services 

'. H. Forsell. services 

\. M. Page, services 

3. Maloney, services 

". 8. Anderson, services 

. ., E, Heiieghan, services 

S. M. Miller, services 

. C. Rich, services 

M. Murphy, services 

A. N. BKtruro, services 

Mrs. T, J. Gray, services 

. E. M. Schelde, wrvlces 

. F. P. Farrell. services 

B. Fltigerald. services 



S-..,„d:»GOOl^IC 



BIENNIAL REPORT 

I. N. Stacy, aervlces 21.00 

P. A. Dav[8, services 22.00 

. _.. J, B. Arp. servJcpH 21.r>0 

. 17. M. Buchanan, services 22.00 

— B. Koehler. spn-lces ■.'2.l>0 

t'. Jo'.nson, services 21. .W 

B. H. Broae, Bervlces 22.(10 

M. L, Folaom. servlceH 22.00 

E. J. Snell. 3 - - -- 



. Clark. 



I,. H. Parshall, servlres 

f. A. McCann, BPrvlces 

... K. F. Marlowp, Jiervlces 

. )7. S. P. Brndlah. Bervlrcs 

"" 1. Enfilund. aervlcea 

R. Gold, servlrei. '.'.!."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' 

E. M. Wright, servli'PB , 

. 17. T. E. t'tterhack, services 

I.". Sadley. servioes.'.'.'.'. '.',', '.','.'. 

. 17. C. E. Pletner. services 

'". J. B. Arp, services 

... K. E. Mclntvre. services 

■. 17. H. C. Hfss. Bsrvlccs 

. 17. Mrs. E. M. Dawley. services.. 

'. 17. O. (ilason, ser\'Ices 

. 17. W. H. Riitherrord. services... 

■. 17. C. G. aelvlK. services 

■' F. I,. Williams, services 

C. A. Davis, services 

<;. Jahnke, services 

. ... W. A. Vesterson, sen-Ices.... 

■, 17. E. M. Wright, services 

■ '" <". F. Kllford, services 

A. B. Klngsford. services 

V, Habcock, services 

T,. DIesow. services. 

M. Pcttijohn. sen-Ices 

T. V. Walian, services 

A. I... Extr 






. C. H. Barna. i 
. C. E. ToiinR, 



T. J. Mfllnne. i 
J. r. Hulland. 



E. Ker 
■. 2S. J. T, I 



'. McGiilre, »ei 
-;. K. Jniilies 
■arr. service 



L. H. Tiirrlton. services. 
L, L. .*lcBee. services.... 

'. A. Pstchlii, services. .. 

'. J. Freeman, services . . 
. Riinslrnm. services... 

I. C.imlah, services 

t. romlsh, services 

Irs. I. B. JarKO. ser\-lce( 
r. J. Broerterlck, services 
. Knnlg, services.... 



P. E. T.iirton, sei 
E. F, Erickson, i 



M. E. Hadder, 



, K. Prfbble. 
. J. F, Larsr 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 











23. 

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23. 

23'. 
23! 

1 

2S,' 
23 

s: 

24. 

ai. 

26. 
20. 

27. 

27! 

. lo! 

13. 

. is! 

. 13. 
13.' 

33! 
1. 

7. 

ft. 

19. 

2». 

2ij; 

at! 
2n. 

m! 

20. 
2(1. 

S: 

2fi. 

2b! 

2«. 

|: 

2*i: 

2B. 

20. 

20! 

ao! 

2fl. 

20; 






























Aug 
Aug 


a. M, Ceaander. aervices 

E. SadlPy. servlcBB 


:w.(io 














Aug 




X>M 


'^Z 


R. L, Dills, services 


4i..-in 








ts 


J. R. Palmpr. s^r^icea 










Aug 
Aug 

Aug 


Mrs. M. I,. Chapln. services 

A. F. ProbBt. servloea 

B. M. 8hort, services 


22.TO 
















































































Sep 
Spp 


P. Lnehl. prlnllnRr 

TMHiiHtch Printing Co., printing 


'.'.'.'. i»,7n 




C',/,: Ot'i)fn!"er^'^^B'"^': 


m.ir. 












































Feh 


Red Wing PrintluK Co., printing 

C. 0. Rdwarda. printing 


Mi'm 




M. L. ChHpIn. reading papern 




Keb 


M, F. Baker, reading papera 


30. W 








Fib 


H. H. Ci.rrer, reading papers 

F. Wnlarm, reading papers 


3o!no 




















Feb 


E. C. Smith, services 


31.25 






















































































Fph 


E. L. Dills. serWres 





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BIENNIAL REPORT 



, Mrs. E. J. Jaijues, services.. 

. B. H. Clark, eervicea..: 

. (.'. A. Jensen, services 

. L.. B. Wilher, services 

. F. C Wallan, services 

. East Side Star, printing 

, M. Ochs. services. 






Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 



April 

April 
April 
April __. 
Aprtl 24. 
April -Ji. 
April m. 
April 25. 
May IS, 
May 10. 
May 16, 
May lU. 
May W. 
May 20. 

Jnne it. 



. O. M. Cesander, services 

. L. F. LaKsrstrom, services 

. M, Ochs, services 

, M. E. Judklna. services 

, John Osden. services 

, Mrs. L.. C. Hodgson, services 

, Mrs. E. A. Nelson, serrices 

. A, P. Ray, servtces 

, Mrs. M. D. Nielsen, services 

. Mrs. C. E. Quthrle, services 

. W. G, Smith, services 

. F. H. Hosmer. services 

. Clyde B. WhltO, services 

, Mrs. J. W. Olson, services 

. Mrs. c, a. Bchulti, services 

, H. C. Boyeson. stationery 

. J. 'Vf. Olson, expenses 

. C. G. Schulti. postoK 

. C. F. Koehlar, services 

, Isabella Austin, services and expenses 

. Mrs. J. W. Olson, services and expenses 

, Mrs. C. O. Schultz, services and expenses., 

. T. A. Hlllyer, services and expenses 

, E. W. Bohannan. servtces and expenses 

. Mrs, E. J. jaques, services and expenses 

, D. Lange, services 

, C, a. Bhultz. expenses 

, C. G. BchultK, bills 

. L. C. Hodgson, lecture 

MoGlll-Wamer Co., printing 

Isabella Lawrence, services 

J. w. Olson, expenses 



M. 8. Parry, expenses 

O. A. Allen, expenses 

H. S. Baker, expenses 

D. I.. Klehle, expenses 

S. J. Race, expenses 

G. R. Maxwell, services 

M. L. Sanf ord.fservlces 

Frank Shoop. services 

Mrs. E. J. Jaques, services 

B. L, Porter, services 

Miller-Davis Printing Co., prlntinj 

L. D. Banebroke. lecture 

3. M. Kas 



G. E. Partridgf 

C. G. Schullx, ejiiiHiiaeB... 

B. A. Shollnian. expenses. 



latlons. . 



June 26. 

June 30. 

July 7. 

July T. 

July 10. 

July 10. 

July 10. 

July 11, 

July 12. 

July 12. 

July U. 

July jn. 

July 10. 



Poblle Kchool Ubrarles— Year BndInK Ji 

at. Paul Book & Stationery Co., sundry 

books to school districts 

Pioneer Press Co.. advertlslnK 

Pioneer Press Co., catalogues 

Dispatch Printing Co.. advertising 

C. G. Schiiltz. postage 

Expenses of board meetings: 

B. W. Bohannan 

C. H. Cooper 

J, F. Mlllspaugh 

G. R. Kleehergi-r 



ilr 31, 1M2. 

tlZ029.04 



iVld.. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 

TPBvelInK LlbrnrlrM— Yettr Rndlns Jnly 31. 1002, 

Clara F, Baldwin, salary 1900.00 

Clara F. Baldwin, exiienses 287.03 

Erallj- H. Corson, salary 272.00 

MISCBI.I.ANEOUS. 

Muonlc Temple AssoolBtion, rent 212.60 

St. Paul Book ft Htallonery Oo., books 8B23* 

N. McCarthy, books 8T8.M 

American Acd. P. ft Soc. 3.. books 6.00 

C, RaBmusaen Publlahfng Co., books 87.24 

Democratic Printing Co., printing and cards 28.B0 

North Star Printing Co., catalogues B6.BB 

PubllBhera' Weekly, plana 2.00 

Borden & Selleek Co., trunk 6.26 

Qesaman ft Murphy Co.. printing 83.00 

J. A. Schlener, atatlonery 28.M 

Mlnneapalls Ofllce & School Furniture Co.. cases, etc 190.70 

Gerber Broa., binding M.60 

Pioneer Press Co., printing 1T2.« 

University Press, printing BO.fflS 

N. B. F. ft C. Co., chairs B.OO 

B. P. Dutton & Co., books 10.84 

C. E. VanDuzee 10.80 

Kenyon Printing Co., printing, 17.00 

W. Press Clipping Exchange, clippings 8.00 

B, N. Lelghlon & Co., ahelvlng 12.20 

Printing, Advertlalnc and Binding. 

Aug. 'l. Dispatch Printing Co., advertising »16.2il 

Aug. 1. C. W. Honitck, Indenting laws BOO.OO 

Aug. 3. Rich & Clymer. printing 12.00 

Aug, 3. Theodor Borup. account legislative manual 6,000.00 

Aug. 5. St. Cloud Journal-Presa. advertising 15.00 

Aug, 7. McGlll-Wamer Co., printing 1,220.25 

Auk. 10, MlUer-Davls Printing Co,, binding plat, hooka, 

etc 40.00 

Aug. 17. C. H. McGIll, 12.000 laws 1901 8,743.61 

Sept. 7. Theo. Borup. printing 2.031,28 

S«pt, 7. Pioneer PreaH Co., advertising 18.20 

Sept, 9, Journal printing Co.. advertising 14.40 

Herit. t>. J. J, Loman. proofreading laws 50,00 

Bept, 0, Dulnth Newa-Trlbune Co., advertlalng 18.20 

Sept, 10, Tbeo. Borup, printing 8,104.09 

Sept. II. Minneapolis Tribune Co,, advertising (coal) 2.24 

Sept. 12. Republican- He raid Publishing Co., advertising 

<ooal) 14.40 

Bept, il. Rich ft Clymer, printing ■. 17.60 

Bept, 28. Rich ft Clymer, printing 27.00 

Oct, 10, Rich & Clymer, printing 11.00 

Nov. 1, Theo. Borup, account printing 4,000.00 

Dec. 3. McGIU-Wamer Co., printing 1,128.05 

Dec. 11. Brown. Treacy & Sperrj' Co.. file records S3.fi* 

Dec. 21. F. L, Smith, printing 340.00 

1902. 

Jan. e. H. M. Smyths Printing Co.. printing 24.60 

Jan. 11. Dispatch Printing Co., trfasurers report 1,176.00 

AprH2o. Rich & Clymer printing 12.00 

Hay 2. Harrison & Smith, envelopes O.EO 

June 4. Pioneer Preaa Co., advertising IS.OO 

June 2.x St. Cioud Journal -Press, advertising 18.75 

July 3. Rich & Clymer. printing 5.00 

July 25. Theo. Borup, account printing 2,718.59 

C. C. Whitney, salary as expert printer 2,100.00 

MlnnesotB Reporla— Yrnr Elpdins Jnlr 31, 1002. 

F. P. DuCresne, 15 vols, of Nob. 13, 14. lo. 18, 20, 25 and 
27; 11 vols, of No. IH and 5 voIk. o[ No. 21. Total, 121 

vols. @ t3.(iO each tSOS.OO 

12 vols, of No. 31 and 3 vols, of No. 53. Total 17 vols. 

9 (2.00 each 34.00 

IS vols, of No. 37 U J2.00 each 30.00 



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3(X) BIENNIAL HBPORT 



42S vols, each at Nos. HI, trJ. M iinU S4 

B vols, of No. "T 

11 vols, of No. .-J* 

Annotations year luiffi 

West PubliBhlng Co.. I.'i vols, each of Nos. 2S, W. 'M. la. 
34, 3j. 30. 3T antl -tO; ;t vols, of No. 31; U volB. of NO!'. 
32 and 43; volB. of No. 31); 13 vols, each of Nos. :<l 
and 42; 8 vols, or No. 44; 7 vols vAch of Nos. 4.-) and 4S; 
10 vols, of No. 401 vols, of No. 47; 4 vola. each of 
Noa. V.I and M. Total, 2M vola. }i B.OO each 



i'riBtlBK— Sheep I 

1001. 
Auk. 1. West Pubii-^hine Co., 10.1)01) books. . 



Deatrnpllon ot InaeptB— Y»ar Ending July 31, 1902. 

E. B. ForbSB. sundry warrants for rieslroylnB Inswta (2nn.]2 

J. A. Vye. sundry warrants lor siime I4fJ.I!l 



BilCFinlBatroD vf Unuhopppri — Yenr BndlnK July 31. 1) 

E. B. Forbes, sundry warrants for oil for dosers »1, 637.38 

J. A. Vye, sundry bills U-.0,'i 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



SHERIFFS' EXPENSES. 

SUNDRY WABBANTB PAID TO SHERIFFS OB DEPDTISB FOH KXPBNBBS OF 
COSVKTIHQ CONVICTS TO OOBBBCTIOHAL INSTITUTIONS. YEAR ENDING 

JULY SI, lece. 







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ToHrtonnatorr. 


COUSTT. 


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3 






































V. T. NeiBon 


1 












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2 

1 

1 




















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1 








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3U.3o 










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G. W. Forsj-the 




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179 


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302 BIICNNIAL. KEPOKT 

Relief of Harr B. Sinclair— Year BndlBS Jnlr 31, lUO% 

Mary C, Sinclair, appropriation II+l.OO 

HUM 

Relief of Jamea CaPBcy-Vcar BadlaK Jair 31, IMIii. 

Jamea Carney, altowaace (or 12 months i KW.IX) 

tWM 

Vlckabarv Slese— MoanHcat. 

1901. 
Sept. 23. H. S. Hunter, expanses tl32.SU 

Jan, 4. D, Callahan, aervftes 3,00 

fl37,SI> 

Attoraeys' Fees— D, A L. R. R. Co., Land Oraat. 

1902, • 

Feb. 10. H. W. ChlldB, services «2.nK>.00 , 

Fob, IS. W. P. Warner, services 1,500.00 

M,tW0.00 

Kaaea Oonatr RelmbaraeiaeBl. 

1901. 
Aug, 6. Treasurer ItaEca counly. approprlauon tl,DOi>.0O 

VnlTersltr— Vear BadluK Jalr 31, 100:1. 

SfFPOBT. 

Payrolls *22".an:!.(r. 

Expenvea •83.760,01 

._. t301.07Z.GG 

•Includes expenditure of Jl,23S.a» for School of Mines. 

AN.\TOMlCAI. BL'lLDINQ. 
1MI2. 
Mar. 11. J. E. Ware, January expensi-M $30.00 

$20.00 

CHEMICAL BUILDING. 
1902. 
July 29. J. E. Wore, Ireaaiirtr. June eipensea I2IS.78 

|21.'-.7(I 

CHEMISTKY BriLDIXG. 

J. E. Ware, treasurer. sunJry H-arranta for building S12.r.21.70 

■ — — |ia,.-i21.70 

ARTESIAN WELL. 

J. E. Ware, treaaurer. sundry warrants (or expenses W.jOO.fnt 

»3,M0.0O 

BARN. 
1001. 

Oct. 11. J. E. Ware, treasurer, Sontember expeu.iea »:n^.■. 

$30.43 

GEOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY SURVEY. 

J. E. Ware. Irensurer, sundry warrants for bills Il«,l»2.07 

$lfi.0.B2.1>T 

REPAIRS. 
J. E, Ware, treasurer, s,lna^^ warrants for repairs J7,Silll,27 



LIBRARY, 
sundry warrtints for bnoh 



|7.r.<W..12 



Diq,1izedovGoO<^Ic 



AUDITOR OP STATE. -^iyi 

MININO SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS. 

3. B. Ware, treaBurer, sundiT wammtB M,600.00 

|4,BOO.OO 

SCHOOL OF MINES. 
J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warranU S4,MS.24 

«,Be8.a* 

BNQINBEIBINQ AND MECHANICAL ARTS BUILDING. 
J. B. Ware, treasurer, aundry warrants lor buUdtng (M.MO.aS 

»56,W0.68 

PHYSICS BUILDING. 

J.E.Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants tor building H2,632.S1 

|4S,S82.8I 

NBW BOILBRS. 
J. B. Ware, treaBurer, sundry warrants tor bollera (8,200.00 

»8,200.<» 

PHINTINQ. 

J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for prlnCInx fl, 030.00 

(1.030.00 

CARE OP CRIPPLED AND DBFORMBD CHILDREN. 

I. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants (or expenses tll,8»5.23 

tU,89.-.23 ■ 

Total expenditures lor university $483,183.20 

School of AcricnltHre— l>iir Badlns Jaly 81, IBOZ. 

$70,764.86 

40,207.38 

$111 ,032,{ffi 

VETERINARY AND LIVE STOCK BUILDING. 

J. E. WKre. treasurer, sundry warrants lor expenses $22,314.87 

$22,314.87 

DAIRY HALL. 

J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for expenses $2,710,41 

$2,710.41 

HORTICULTURAL HALL AND PHYSICAL LABORATORY. ' 
J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for bills $280.04 

$209.04 

BLACKSMITH SHOP. 

J. B, Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for bills $3,000.00 

$3,000.00 

SLAUGHTER HOUSE. 

J. E. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for bulldlnB $7,500.00 

$7,500.00 

OIRLS' DORMITORY. 

J. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants lor balldlng $11,823.20 

$11,823.20 

GRAND RAPIDS SUB-STATION. 
J. B. W»re, treasurer, tondry warrants t4.939.fiO 



$4,939.50 



Diq.lizedovGoOl^Ic 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



BARN. 

I. B. Ware, treasurer, sundry warrants for expenses.. 



CROOK 8TON SUB-STATION. 



BARN. 

J. E, Ware treasurer, sundr; warrants for barn. . 



Total exiJeniJitiirfs tor school of agrkulture 

SI. t'loDd IWorniHl Scliaol— Vear E^ndlnK Jnly -tl. IIHU. 

SL-PPORT. 



REPAIRS. 
9 for repairs 



LIBRARY. 



FURNITURE. 



ADDITION TO MAIN BUil-DING. 
■, Hiindr>' warrantB (or building f4.3iM.o: 



Total St. CHivid Norma] School |M,843.SI 

InoDH NomiBl School— Vear BndlnK July .11. inA2. 

SUPPORT, 



»:(7.202,:n 



REPAIRS. 



FURNITURE. 



LIBRARY. 



Total Winona normal school 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 
Hnnlulo Narmal Soliool— Yvnr EudlBK Jalr 81, 1002. 



State treaaurer, sundry wairanta for payrolls and ex- 

IWDac* 134,247.05 

$84,247.05 

REPAIRS. 

State tresJUKr, sundry wftrrantB IltM.OO 

UM.OO 

LIBRARY. 1 

Stats treasarer, Bundry warrants t2T0.3a 

1270.30 

FURNITURE. 

State treaaortT, Bundry warrants 129.26 

tz'.-.ir, 

HEATING PLANT. 

State trsaaurer. sundry warrants (6,476,49 

$fl,47lt.41> 

Total Mankato normal Hcliool t41,13n.I.'i 

Hoarhead Horaal 9chool— Year BBdlii« Jalr 31. 11)02. 
SUPPORT. 

State treasurer, eundry warrants for payrolls and ex- 
penses I2S,.-4S,^. 

$28,545.75 

FURNITURE. 
State treasurer, sundry wartantp IIB.1.51 

REPAIRS AND SEWBRAOB. 

State treasurer, sundry wan-ants *77ti.87 

S7TI1.S7 

NEW ADDITION'. 

Stale treasurer, sundry warrants $o.ft*7.52 

(3,687.32 

Total Hoorhead normal school t35.176,f>.'i 

DMlntk Iformal School— Year EndlaK Jnly 31. ie<l2. 



SUPPORT, 
State treasurer, sundry warrants tor payrolls and t 



t3,iee.He 

?S.lfl«.8< 



HEATING PLANT. 

State treasurpr, sundry warrants K.fiOO.OO 

»7,50O.O0 

BUILDING. 

Bute treasurer, sundry warrants (27.457.14 

(27,457.14 

Total Dulutti normal school (88.124.00 



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St. Feter Hoapttal— Year BndlnK Jnlr SI, IMS. 
SUPPORT. 

Bute treasurer, sundry warrants for payrolls and ex- 

penset tlOB,«4.41 

REPAIRS, 

State treasurer, sundry warrants »2.ass.67 

■ ■■- - B.2S8.ST 

NORTH DETACHED WARD. 

State treasurer, sundry warrants (746.64 

tT«.M 

REBUIUIING BURNT PORTION, 

State treasurer, sundry warrants ST,lS1..'i<> 

J7.ir.4.M 

RRSBRVOIR. 

State treasurer, sundry warrants (l.SSO.Sn 

tl.SiO.M 

Total St. Peter hospital (l«T.fiSl.ll 

Roebestcr Hospltnl— Vcar EladlBK July SI, 1»02. 

SUPPORT. 
State treasurer, sundry warrante for payrolls and t 



H72,43fi31 
tlT!,43B.34 



REPAIRS. 

State treaaurer, sundry 



$2.01S.BI 

ROUND SILO, 

Stata treasurer, eundry warrants J4T6.6n 

tJ76,M 

PLUMBING. 

State tr«asurpr, bills , (2S.0S 

t2J,«J 

SMOKESTACK, 

State treasurer, sundry warrants t4.D79,3<l 

M.('T9-» 

LIBRARY, 

Stale treasurer, expenses $51.00 

Total Rochester hospital t!7n,!«?,« 

FerffBs PallH Ho apt tnl— Year Bndlac July 81, IftOX. 

Sl'PPORT, 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants for pnyroUs and ex- 

pensea tl«7..'tf>n.!>ft 

Ilfi7,58P.m 

Rl^rATRS. 

State TrSBBUrer, sundry warrnnli J1.20R.flO 



t!,30!» 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 307 

RADIATORS. 

Stale Treasurer, sundry Tvarrants — J1.T09.0S 

n,T09.08 

Total Fergus Falls Hospital tlTO.SOT.OB 

FItat iiHd SeeonA Mate Aarl <>•■••—¥ ear l^ndlns Jaly Ul. 1002. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants for expenses E.liB.42 

W. B, Dunnell, services as architect 3.W.00 

tS,<S1.42 

Anoka State ABylniu— Year E:ndfna; J>lr a>. 190Z. 



State Treasurer, sundry warrants lor payrolls and ex- 
penses (115,452.53 

Anoka National Bank, treasurer, July expenses 2.035.71 

tlT,4S&24 

BEPAIP.S. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants J300.00 

(300.00 

COLD BTOR.^Gli. 

State Treasurer. October Bxpenies $392.00 

_ — (392.00 

ASYLUM WING. 

State Treaaurer, June expenses J3.20 

(3-ao 

STOCK AND MArHlNERY. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrania (919.03 

(919.03 

SEWAGE. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants 1187.50 

— ■ — n87.S0 

Total Aroka Asylum D»,2B0.HT 

HRitlnsK State AHFlnin— Year BndtnK July ill. IIKI2. 

Sl'PPORT, 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants for pavrnll and ex- 
penses (H).48:i.9S 

First National Bank, treasurer, July exp.>ns>s 2.930,38 

(32,422.aa 

DAIRY B.'.RN. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants (464.1.1 

(464.16 

ASYLUM WING. 

btate Treasurer, sundry warrants (780.22 

(760.82 

BRIDGE. 

State Treasurer, May expenses (5,00 

(5.00 

COLD STORAGE. 
State Treasurer. Axigust exiicnses MB2.00 



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308 BIENNIAL REPORT 

ROOT CEt-LAB. 

atate Traaeurer, sundry narranta SSS3.S3 ' 

(8S.-1.S3 

LIVE STOCK. 

Flnt National Bank, treaaurer, July expanses tSO.OO 

Htate Treasurer. May expenses SO.OO 

»0.00 

Total HaatlnBH State Asylum t24.BT8.4e 

School for the Dpat— Year Endlns Jnly »1, 1002. 

SUPPORT. 

State Treasurer, sundry -warrants tor payroUa and es- 

penseB tSl, 964.58 

REPAIRS. 

State Treasurer, sundry warranls ITOS.Ttl 

tTfi5.7« 

SWITCH nOARD. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants t-'14T..'iO 

— WII.BO 

PIPE COVERING. 

State Treasurrr. nundry warrants lins.Tn 

_ ■ — ■ 1198,70 

RE- TUBING BOILERS. 

■State Treasurer, sundry warrants JsaO.«) 

— tMn.40 

RG-WIRINC! BUIT.DIXG, 

btate Treasurer, sundry warrants 1135 52 

tI33.52 

Total School for the Deaf ■■ (54,251.41 

t;phaol lor the Bllnil— Vear Enatnv Jnly ;il, I0O2. 

SUPPORT. • 

"State Treasurer, sundry warranis for payrolls and ex- 

pmtaea I2u,a02,24 

tail,!W2 24 

REPAIRS. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants «a.r.-.S 

(rt23.r.S 

MUSICAt, APPARATUS. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants I2o9.00 

mo.oo 

IRON brd9tf;ads. 

State Treasurer, November expanses il87.20 

— — — tlST.20 

COLD STORAGE. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants 1457,70 

J457.70 

METAL ROOF. 
.State Treasur.T. aundry warrants.. J274.00 



1274.00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. SO* 

SHOP, 

state Treaaurer, May expenses tSSSM 

Total for School lor the Blind t23.0e3.1» 

Sehool tor the FeEbte-Hlnilcd— Yenr Badlas Jnlr 31, ItMX. 

SUPPORT. 

tJtate Tre&aurer, sundry warrants for [layrolla and ex- 
penses tll2.57*.T7 

A. C. Rogers, superintendent, balance July expenses 1,887.23 

REPAIRS. 

Btate Treasurer, sundry warrants.' J3,295.80 

ttl,29e-S» 

SOUTH HOSPITAL, WING, 
State Treasurer, sundry warrants (10,978.10 

^ nasmao 

COTTAC.E NO. 1 (BOYS), 

atat& Treasurer, sundry warrants 115,801.58 

|lB,88L6ft. 

COTTAGE NO. 2 (GIRLS). 
State Treasurer, sundry warrants (21,460.42 

121.460.42' 

Totat School for the Feeble Minded tISe,0n.8S 

State Pablte Sehool— Yenr Endlnv Jnly SI, lOCKt. 

SUPPORT. 

State TteHBurer. sundry warrants tor payrolls and ex- 
penses t38.0i3.20 

138,068.9) 

REPAIRS 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants tl.^I3.40 

WATERWORKS. 

Stale Treasurer, sundry warrants 1829.87 

t82S.8T 

BARN. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants tl08.83 

• iioRja 

FENCING. 
State Treasurer, sundry warrants tl.IB2.80 

W.1B2J» 

STATE AGENCY. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants S>,210.22 

IS,210J> 

Total State Public School |«a,6n.Sl 

State Tralntns School— Year BndloK JnlT 31. IMS. 

SUPPORT. 

Stato Treasurer, sundry warrants for payrolls and ei- 

ptnsea I3j.T12.ZT 

lw.Tia.aT 

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810 BIENNIAL RBCOET 

KEPAIRS. 

Btate Treasurer, sundry warrants 1253.01 

» KMW 

MANUAL TRAINING. 

Htate Treasurer, ■undr; warrants 11,366.07 

. tl,a».OT 

BOV9' LIBRARY. 

ltt»ta Treasurer, sundry warmnls 1229,34 

U2S.SI 

QIRLS' LIBRARY. 

Bute Treasurer, sundry warfanta t369.Tl 

1340.7] 

AGENCY. 

State Treaaurer, sundry warrants J2.s2l.(B 

t2.SSl.SS 

AQENTS ASSISTANT. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants tsue.m 

tsoaaa 

Total State Tralnins School )tll,5jg.T3 

Rcfupmntorr— >>ar KndlnH: Jnly 111. I(MI2 

SUPPORT. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants tor i>ayroll» and pi- 

pensea (13,820.20 

$33,630.20 

REPAIRS. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants t3.002.41 

NEW CELL WING. 
State Treaaurer, June expenaaa t8e.60 _ 

isieo 

FARM REVOLVING FUND. . 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants t268.S6 

t»8X6 

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. 

State Treasurer, sundrj' warrants t9il75.M 

- — — W.J7B.B1 

REPAIRS MAIN BUILDING. 

ataie Treasurer, sundry warrants t04.S0 

tM-SD 

IMPROVEMK.VT3. 
State Treasurer, May eipensea tT0,89 

r9.89 

WATER PLANT. 

State Treasurer, sundry warrants t3,0ei>.ll 

t3,9ei).I7 

BLACKSMITH SHOP. 

State Treaaurer, sundry warrants t508.Da 

Ki88.9S 

Tol«l Reformatory (70,877.5J 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 311 

Prison— Year EndiBB JnlT 81, tWKl. 

arcppoRT. 

state Treasurer, sundry irairants far payrolls and ex- 
penses t91,l»2.ie2 

181,182.22 

REPAIRS. 

Slate Treasurer, sunary warrants |65S.7li 

. 1808.70 

R EVOLVING FUND. 

(Chapter 35T. 1S81.) 
For liip purrhBse of raw material for the manuracture of binding twine, repftid 

Sundry warrants for thp purchase of mnterial In the man- 
ufacture of binding twine and pfiyrollB for labor »nd 
sundry bills tST4,41G.29 

tBT4.4ie.as 

Total prteon ieeo,2ee.2a 

Soldiers' Home— Yenr Endlns JoIt SI. IfttlX. 

BUPPORT. 

Payrolls 115,621.88 

Maintenance «,0Oa,8T 

Geo. N. Lamphere, secretary, salary 1300JX> 

Geo. N. Lampcere. secretary, expenses 94.49 

I. H. BeebB, services 471.60 

Expenses board meetings: 

J. R. Parshall 81,99 

W. A. HotchKiso 139.m 

W. 8. Weatherston 68.B0 

Geo, A. WhilBey 148.92 

W. P. DunnlnKton 79.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Dr. J. W. Rutledge. examinations 30;0D 

Associated Chanties - 31.00 

Dr. O. 8. Pine, examinations 2.00 

Dr. A, A. Ames, surgical operatinnti lOC.OO 

Dr. C. H. HlKbee 14.00 

-160,534.42 

REPAIRS. 

Sundry warrants 1500.00 

W00.00 

COTTAGE NO. 1. 

Sundry warrants 11,900.00 

«.«00.00 

COTTAOE NO. 2. 

Sundry warrants tl, 700.00 

tl.70ft00 

COTTAGE NO. a. 

Sundry warrants 12,600.00 

13,600.00 

COTTAGE NO. 4. 

Sundry warrants tl.B2fl.OO 

11,99.00 

COTTAGE NO. 5. 

Sundry warrants 11.075.00 

tl.07S.00 



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BIENNIAL. REPORT 



HOSPITAL IMPHOVEMENTS. 

Sundry warmnts t2.3T5.00 

STORM WINDOWS, 

Sundry warrants 1208.88 

Total Soldiers' Home 

First Sl>te Flalt Hateherf— Lknda. 

Aug. ia. W. B. DouBlaa. (or B. O. Sweeny^ Jr., for un- 
divided M Inlereat In Willow Brook Hatcb- 

ery, RArosey County t5«2.ai 

Auk, i:!. Uathenno Golcher,. undivided M Interest or Wil- 
low Brook Hatchery. Ramsey County 3G2.r<0 

Plah ReacFvitira— Year Hadlav JBly 81, 1902. 

Pal O^DonncU t21.O0 

Christ Olson 101.50 

liugene Eberliardt 160.23 

Aaron Olson 271.70 

Chaa. Taylor 88,00 

Wm. White 141.2J 

S, N, Derlander- liSO.re 

Geo, Bansall 09.50 

8. D. Downs MB.BO 

Wm. Banaall 4.00 

Ueo. Malio 8Z.0D 

J. H. Boland *a80 

L, Brennan 61.60 

Lee Jones 100,00 

Swan Mattlson 87,87 

Oscar Haaensteln 94.75 

Zeno Hagensteln 40.00 

Chas. Pay M,as 

Jacob Peterson 00,25 " 

Unaa, Eberhardt 78.ail 

frank Tomllnson 82.00 

AuKUat aohulti. 96.50 

P. Pearson 190.2} 

John Fay 37.00 

Henry Jacoby 79.60 

Jno. KalUn 67,26 

8. F. Fullerton" freight, etc 18.47 

C, W. Hackett Hardware Co., hardware 82.88 

Orlbben Lumber Co., lumber 876,99 

Foley Bros., rent of care and tracks 200.00 

W. E, BuBchman, hardware 6,76 

KelloBK. Johnson Si Co., 3 pairs rubber boots 7.01 

Stale Inst Itol Ions Inwdranoa— Year Eudlns Jnly 31, 1902. 

rremlums paid for Are Insurance on state Institutions as follows: 

Training School at Owatonna U.123.Be 

Normal School at Moorhead 725 86 

Reformatory at St. Cloud i 1,277,89 

Hospital at Fergus Falls 2.49S,I8 

Hospital at Rochester 2 032 94 

Asylum at Hastings 449.43 

Normal School at Winona I OffiiZO 

Training School at Rpd Wing 2,26610 

Normal School at Mankato 840 10 

Institute for Defectives at Faribault B 171 '27 

Capitol boilers at St. Paul lOD.OO 

Slate Library at St, Paul S0201 

Soldlera' Home at Minnehaha 436.00 

State Fair Grounds at St, Paul 87HH 

State Capitol at St. Paul 410 9.1 

Hospital at St. Peter 2,Sin S4 

Normal School at St, Cloud 922.70 



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AByluin at Anoka ^B3 

PrlBon at Btillwater TTO.M 

Ijnlveralt; at Minneapolis 6.088.08 

AiTlcultiiraJ School at Bt. Anthony Parh 2.7OT.48 

Normal School at Duluth 829.OT 

New Capitol at SI. Paul 1000.00 

Fixture*, Board of Control at Bt. Paul 22.50 

Warrant for (140.74 returned unused..... 

Total 

Board ot Slate Cnitltol Oommlaa loners— Year Bndlns Jnir S)li 

CONSTRUCTION NEW STATE CAPITOL. 

Butler-Ryan Co., construction 1108,7^.44 

Purdy Oe Hutcheeon Co.. carving 12,100.00 

W. J. Gray, mechanical equipment lB,TS3.aa 

Robinson & Cary, HuppUea 28.4T 

Burns Lumber Co., lumbar 4fl.3T 

R. t^ustavlno &. Co., arches 8,853.20 

F. E. Hanson, bills for auppUes and payrolls for labor S,403.W 

i'owble n Fltz, Burveylng 62.50 

T. L. ulood& Co., paints, etc SUT.Sa 

Catharine Warner, purchase price (or boiler house site 0,700.00 

Bilas B. Walsh, cominlasion on sale of boiler house site.. 300.00 

Theo. O. Hdle, hardware and paint 18.TD 

National Lead Co., red lead 18.38 

Maendler Bros., dusters 11.61 

COaplD PubllBhinK Co., advertialng S.20 

Ware, Knauf t & Finch, Insurance 42.00 

Merchants' National Banli, Interest on capltol certlfl- 

cates Nos. '^l-3tl0 (1G98 Ibhug) 1,000.00 

J, H. Block, state treasurer, Interest on capitol oortlfl- 

oates 2,000,00 

J. H. Block, state treasurer, certlflcate No. 301 50,000.00 

Herchanis- National Bank, certificates Nos. 251-300 50,000.00 

Improvement Bulletin, advertlsinK 04,20 

Pioneer Preea Co., advertising; and printing 1TQ.2S 

The Globe Co., advertising 188,08 

Dlmatch PrinUng Co., advertising B6,00 

L. S. Cushlng, agent, rent o( offices 469,00 

Salaries: ' 

Caaa Gilbert, architect 15,318.17 

V. B. Hanson, secretary of board 1,600.00 

John Boiand, auperin ten dent 1,500.00 

Fred Sommers, clerk 770.00 

Per diem and expensea of board; 

B, B. Corliss 879.30 

Channlng Seabury 680.80 

John De Lalttre 3H3.S0 

H. W. Lamberton 178.30 

hiugar Weaver 410.00 

C. H. Graves 82.40 

a. A. Do Toll 33a,48 

t 

Relief of Jaae Ward— Vcar Dadlns Jnly SI, lOOlC. 

Jane Ward, 4 months' allowance tl20,00 

Relief of Ellen Rash— Vear BadlaK Jolr 31. lOW-t- 

Ellen Rush, 12 months' allowance t48O.O0 

Rnsstaa Thistle. 

1902. 

{an. 23. Treasurer Stearns Co., expenses f"r.,30 

eb. 14. Tl^asurer Cottonwood Co., expenses Si^.ril 

Feb. 24. Treasurer Murray Co., expenses 110.40 

HecordlBK Bvldence of IdUd Tides. 
1002. 

May 14. Register of Deeds Aitkin Co., recording tlO.On 

May Jfl. Register of Deeds Mllle Lacs Co.. recording 31. SO 

May 28. J, O. Anderson, Chippewa Co., recording Ifl.oo 

June 10. John Mlchett, Big Stone Co., recording 00.00 



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Tax Oomnlaalon— Year Badlns Jmly SI, 1902. 

W. J. Hahn, BBrvloesaa oommlMlonar IS.OOOW 

a. B. Ivea, Bervlces as commtsaloner 8,000.00 

H. W. Chdds, services aa commiBsloner 8,000.00 

B, N. Qoodhue, services 81.T0 

M. H. MacLanahan, aerrlces UT.OO 

I* E. Hatch, services 8.00 

E, 8. Bd^erton, sorvlcea 188.61 

A. B, Durtee, services 98.40 

Margaret Davles, servloes 11,90 

WeBtern Press Clipping EKchange, clipplnes 16.97 

Wyckott, Beamans & B., auppiies 11.20 

Theo. Borup, printing 671.36 

CoDntT Ofllocra' Bspcnaea. 

Mar. II. J. T. Brooks, aervicea and eipenaes tll0,88 

Mm, U. O. HoId,en, aorvlces and eipensei 00.00 

Mar. 11. D, T. Quealy, larvlcea and wtpenaea 118.80 

Mar. 11. 1*. J. Oruber, servlcea and expanses 09.N) 

Har. II. J. L. .Meyer, BcrvIces and expenaea 101.80 

Mar 11, C. B. Weld, services and expenses 9)!.10 

Mar. 11. Steve Butler, services and expensea 117.50 

PBTSR B, HANSON. 
1003. 

Mar. 13. Peter E. Hanson, appropriation 151.83 

ELMER H. DEARTH. 

1003. 

Mar, 18. Klmer H. Dearth, appropriation tS3.S4 

LeslalntlTe PrlntloK— V«ap BitdlnB Jnir SI. 1902. 

C. H. MoQlll, printlnB t7,275.00 

C, C, Whitney, expenaes 225.00 

W. S. JENSEN AMD JOHN K. DANIEI^. 
1003. 
Mar. 17. W. 8. Jensen and John K. Daniels, appropria- 
tion (332.09 

RCTlaloB at IdW^Yoar BndlikK Jnlj 81, IftWC, 

H. P. Stevena, eoramisstoner. salary M.1H4.73 

T. J. Knox, oomm las loner, salary 8.787.8T 

Daniel Fish, commlsaloner, salary 3.484.84 

M. R, Tyler, elerlt 1.475.00 

K, M. Baker, stenographer 1,000.00 

Jacob Grevatad, aervlcea 11.60 

H. F. Stevens. bElls 2.46 

A. Q, Johnaon, lounge 4.75 

Postage and supplies 68.85 

State Conference Clinrltlca Had Corrections. 

1002. „ 

Jan. 14, S. W. Leavetl. expensea meeting tl37.43 

Board of Control— Tear EndlnM- Jnly 31. 180Z. 

S W Leavett. chairman of board.,,. 14,588.88 

W. B. Lee, member of board 8.791,66 

O. B Gould, member of board 8,791.66 

H, W. Wright, aeoretary I'TIS-SS- 

Geo. H. Hayes, clerk J-iS'SS 

a. G. Cowls, olerk 1,200,00 

E. M. Patteraon, clerk 722,00 



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SJ3 

787JSO 
6,287.13 


























Sundry warr'anU (or cutr 


enl «tpeiiB.s ai.d otl 


ler Bundry 






— 



Boai'd of Csntrol— Architect- 

e H. Johnston, servtceB and ejtpeni 



-Year BndliiB Jnlr 91. lOOZ- 

ea as architect. tS.Si4.2i 



APPCiRTIONHEiNT 1>0 FIRR COMPAHIBS. 



the treasurers of ttie 



tions In arcordanoe with th^ 
SS. 1902. (or the year ending 
Clly, Town or 

VilWe. 
Ada. 

Adrian *.".'.'.;!!'.''."!!!;;!.'."!! 
Aitkin 

Albany 

Albert I.ea— F. D. R. Asa'o 

Aldrn 

Alexandria 



Appleton . . . . 

A^r '.'■'■'.'.'. 
ArilnKton ... 
Atinier .... 

Atutln 

Bamcavllle .. 



S«l| 



leicrade 
leUe l>lal 
■--nldjl . 



Blr<l Island 

Blooming Pialrle.. 

Blue Earth 

Boyd . 



Brandon 

Breckenridge ... 

Brooten 

Browervnie 

Browns Valley. . 
Caledonia 

Cannon' Fftiia.'.'.'.' 
Carlton 

Chaska 

Chatfleld 



cioquet . 



Datrolt ".'.', 
DodKe C-n 



T:den Valley.. 
Elbow Lake.. 
ElEln 



teveral cities and vIlloKes (or the use 
easiirera o( the aeveml relief aasocla- 
C liiaiirance commissioner, dated May 



4B.02 
40.18 
17. SB 















,M 


Le Suour Centre-F. D. R. A. 












I^ng Prairie— F. D. R. Aas'n. 










13.18 








11 


Madison Lake 

Mankato-F. D. R. Ass'n 










as 


Melre Grove 


,K 


MInneapolls-F. D. R. Aea'n. 


12.21 

ao3.s(t 




Z1.49 
















38. K 


New Ulni— P. D. R. Ass'n..., 
















North Bt. Paul 


r.% 


8a;„.-; .■;■.;:.■; ■.■.■.■■.• 


10.29 


Pelican Rai^ids.'.'.' '.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 










^■"^ 


Pipestone— F. D. R. Asa^n... 


















W.S2 

12.85 


Red wing— F. D. R. Asa'n... 
Redwood Falls 



25.M 
31.19 

70.13 



101.40 
■9.44 
84.3S 

900.41 
aT.M 

100.28 
S8.Be 



67.81 



49.03 
96.46 
17.61 



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■616 

VllUee. 

Ellsworth 

KImoro 

Ely 

Evanaville 

Eizcelslor 

Fairfax 

Fairmont 

Faribault— F. D. 1 

Fergus Falls 

Fisher '.'.v.'.'.".'.'.".'. 

Fosston 

Freeport 

Fulda. , 

Gaylord 

Gibbon 

Olencoe 

Glervllle 

Qood Thunder 

Oranii Meadow 

Orand Rapids 

Granlle Falls 

Green Isle." '.'.'.".'.". 

Hallock 

Hatstad 

Hamburg 

Hancock 

Hajrtland 

Hastlnge 

Hayfleld 

Hector 

lIcnderBOn 

Herman 

HtTon Lake 

Ulbblng 

Hinckley 

Uokah 

Howard Lake, , , . 

Hutchlnaon 

Jackson 

Janeavllle 

Kenyon 

KIrkhoven 

I,ake Benton 

Lake City 

Lake Crystal 

Lake Park 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



41,0T 

90.18 
IB.Tl 



iaa.4B Veaell 



14. u:) 

;».25 
37.17 



Village. Amount. 

RenvUlB B2.M 

Richmond 15.83 

Rochester— P. D, R. Ass'n.... 212.<B 

Rolllnsstone 8,49 

Rothsay W.W 

Royalton 26.00 

Rush aty 90.81 

RuHhford 23.M 

at, Charles 76.87 

St. Cloud— F. D. R. Asa'n 334.S0 

St. James 10S.8« 

St. Paul— F, D. R. AsH'n 7,516.47 

St. Peter 130.OT 

Sandstone 32.74 

Sauk Centre H2.8S 

Shakopee-F. D. R. Ass'n 6S.12 

Sherbum 33.30 

SLayton, 68.13 

Sleepy Eye 143.07 

South St. Paul— F. D. R, A. ., 19.48 

Sprlngfleld 70.41 

Spring; Valley 38.91 

Slarbuck 20,53 

Stephen 44,22 

SlewartvlUe 87.61 

Stillwater— P. D. B. Ass'n.,,. 598.08 

Thief Blver Falls 99.33 

Tower ia4.f« 

Tracy 71.06 

Two Harbors 10B.43 

■rndale 22.3U 

sell 1.71 

IrBliila 255.87 

Wabasha 14S.48 

Waconla 3S.45 

Wadena 06.08 

Walker 26.6(1 

Warren 70.4U 

Waseca-F, D. R. .\ss'n 101.68 ■ 

Watenown 19.72 

Watervllie SH.tB 

Wella , 72,95 

Wheaton .; 64.9B 

Wlllmar—F.'DVRi'ABS'n.' .','.'.' lOO.'sO 

Wlndom 01.84 

WInnebam City 75.3* 

Winona^. D. B, Ass-n S50.08 

^■inthrop 37.U5 

Worthlngton 65.. 8 

Wycoft 22.14 

Zumbrota 43.06 



t41.95S.» 



APPORTIONED SCHOOL FUND— YEAR ENDING JXJLY 31, 1902. 










Amount. 


■^ffi* 


Amount. 








I2.530,«>( 1,323 


111.636.06 












































,924 









































.ds.Goo>^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 
APPORTIONED SCHOOL FVST>- Continued. 





October, 1901 
Apportionment. 


CoONTiia. 


BBch. 




11 111 

IE 'ISi 

40,132 74,244.20 

S S:KS 

2,3611 4,867.86 
484 S05 40 
3,320 e,142:0O 

3,fj |;I|| 

3.'i24| 5;T70:40 
Rail 1,259.85 














































i 

.664 

;S 

: ,'63( 

3,382 
,771 

.416 










;356.80 

1.11 

liii 
,Si 

^437.16 
4,406.70 

HI 

10,019.60 












"f'-^r, 

gS'.™.';;;;: 




















■Si Isl 














0,673 

IS 

3,012 
4.62! 


6.IW3.70 
























.i;S2i OIHS.K; 












?d ».■!§, 






3,0071 5,726.45 


TotalH 



•Inoludea 10 pupils 
"Includea 87 pupEla 

llncludeB 34 pupils _. , ._. 

■H^esB 11.85 overpaid In October, IBOl, a[ 

t|L,eas tlS.GO, overp&ld In October, IBOl, apportionment. 
ILbhs t83.2B, overpaid In October, 1901, apportionment. 
■Includes 14 pupUs at 11-85 each, for October, J901. appi 



11.81 each for October, IflOl. apportionment. 
t (1.85 each for October, 1901, apportionment. 
(1^1 each torMaroh, 1901, apportionment. 



6,163.30 
8,286.20 

■2,673.10 
52,171.60 

4,163.90 

sioflolso 

629.30 
4,310.00 
1,220.70 



3,374.80 
3,50740 
'4,051.10 



ri,8e7.7o 

4,349.80 
12,691.40 



4,317.80 
6,381.70 

2,758.60 



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1901. 



BIENNIAL HE:F0KT 
reited School Fnod Bonda. 



Aug. C. National German- American Bank, 

cent Maasachuaetta bond» 

Aux. 0. Sane, OO M LoulsLona 4b 

Oct. 15. Batne. IDO U Masaachu setts 3»b 

■ ]»02. 

Jan. 0, J. H. Block, Btate treasurer, 100 U L.oulslana 4e 

Jan. 20. J. H. Block, state treasurer. lOO M Hassachu. 

May 2. J. H. BlockVw 

aetta SMa.. 

May a J. H. Block, si 



(150.000.00 

60,000.00 
100,000.00 

100.000,00 



: treasurer, lOD il Masoachu- 
e treasurer, 100 M Haaaachu- 
' treaauret. 2n0 M capltol eer- 



1901. 
Auk. S, NatlonaJ 



Inve«led School Fnnd Boads, Inlcr* 

erman-Amerlcan Bank, premium, 

ind eichange 

Auk. 8, National Germ an- American Bank, premium. 

Interest and exchange 

OcL 16. National G erman-Amerlcan Bank, premium. 

Interest and exchance 

1902. 
Jan. 9. J. H. Block, state treasurer, accrued Interest on 

Loulfllana bonds 

Jan. 9, Same, premium on 100 M Louisiana is 

Jan. 90, Same, accrued Interest on 100 M HassachuaettB 

Jan. 21. Same, exchange 

May 2. Same, premium and accrued Interest 

May 3. Same, premium and sct^rued Interest 



4.85L10 
13.462.72 



U.S81.11 

221.18 

11.419.88 

11,429.40 



iBveated University Fund Boads. 

1901. 
Aug. 9. National G erman-Amerlcan Bank, 50 U Virginia 

Century bonds |4fi.3e2.50 

Aug. IS. Treasurer Vllla«e of Le Sueur Center, loan.... 2.800.00 

Dec. IT. Treasurer Village or Heron Lake, loan 6,000.00 

1902. 
June 2. Treaaurer Village of Cambridge, loan 6,000.00 



Invested DBlverslty Fnnd Bonds, 



Aug. 8. 


National German- American Bank, ^ M Louis- 


tt6.000.00 
13.000.00 




Sept. 80. 


National German-Amerlean Bank, 13 M Louls- 








138.000-00 


1901. 
Aug. B. 


Natlonal Oerman-Amerlcan Bank, 25 M Virginia 


d Uonds. 

124.193. TS 

2S,O0O.DO 


Sept. 30. 


National Oerman-American Bank. 23 M Lousl- 




Sept. 30. 


Natlonal German- American Bank, accrued in- 











Invested State Inst ttnt Ions Fond 

. National German- American Bank, premlu 

lerest and exchange 

, Same, balance exehangs 

. Same, accrued Interest, premium. i>tc 



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AUDITOR OP 8TATHL 



lavcBted InteriiKl Inpra 



land F^nd Bondii, Intei 



1902. 
Jan. 2. First NaUanal BMk. < 



DB CbvIIoI CertlllcBteii. 

>upona 3(K] to S12 Inclu- 



J«n. 2. J. H. Block, trsMurer, lnt«r«M 

Jan. 6. Uerchanta' National Bank, coupons Nos. 34: 

ana S4S 

June 25. J. H. Block, treasurer. Interest 

July 1, Merchants' National Bank, interest to July 1 



Laad CoIIeetloB Fei 

■, sundry feea 



J. H. Block, 

Capitol lands 

School lande 

University iandu 

Internal improvement lands. 
State Institutions lands 



p Bndlns jBly 31, HHfi. 

leveral classes of lands as folloTia: 



I Lrnd RefandmeBl 



leoi. 



in{ersst and penalty ( 



Auk. B. Ol« Johnaon, ___, 

NWtt BWhk 30-104-8. ... 
Aug. 29. Iver Johnson, excess Interest and [ 

NW!i SWi4 36-100-46 

Sept. 34. D. S. Larson, excess Interest and penalty. 

16-I0S-19 

Oct. 26. P. T, Hooliban, excess principal. NE'A NE<i 

36-34-24 

Nov. 18. J. V. Klein, excess Interest 

Nov. 80. D. H. Telford, exceM Interest 

"■ ". John Grove, eicess principal 



Dec. 21. Fred KniUkl, i 



B inter 



;. 36-Uft-42 

_. „ , NEW SKii 16-1BT-47 

Mar. & M. H. Evans, excess, NE!4 SE« 16-1BT-47 

Mar. 2T. Mark D. Lane, refundment mineral lease No. 

30T2 

Ifar. 20. State Treasurer, excess. SW14 SWU 16-113-41.. 

April 14. Jas. Wright, excess, 36-154-ni 

April 14. Jaa. Wright, excess. 36-104-M 

Ua7 26. Adolf NIssI, ezcess, NE'A NWK 1S-1S9-3T 

May 26. Adolf Ntssl, excess. NB(4 NWW 16-lS5-aT 

June 10, G. H. Lamb, excess interest. 38-3«-27 

June 18. Tbe Skogama Co., excess, l3-e2-21 

July 11. John A. Romwall. excess, 16-114-2D 

July IB. C. N. Bell, exocH interest, 80-1D2-4T 

T..i_ .a -i.i — r. IS principal. 1-154-41 



July ,16. John'G 



School Fund 

1901. 
Aug. 19. Treasurer Wadena Co. 
Sphool District No. K 



BB8.00 . 
""62!66 . 



RernndBieiit. 

overpayment bond, 



School Pand Boad Interest Hefandn 

1901. 
Aug. 19. Treasurer Waflena Co., ovprpayment of Inler- 
est. School District 82 



M08,66 

I9.CS 

as.sa 

3T.83 

"26.46 

2^.S6 
'li.'83 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Dec. 2a. J. H, Block, six n 



FUNDING BONDS. 
ithH' interest, to Jan. 1. 1902 



Auk. i 
AUB. 1 
AUE- ' 



Sept. 
Sept. 1 
Bept. I 
SepL 2 



Deo. 28. 
Deo. 27. 
De& SO. 



Mtu-. se. 

Mar. 81. 
AprU 7. 



J. H. Block, treasurer, Intereit and exchange... 
J. H. Block, treasurer, Intereat flue July 1, 1902. 

V«iiiiel Tonnaarc Tasea. 

TresHurer St. Louis county, one-half taxes to 
July 3t. 1901 

Soldlera* Relief. 

Sundry rellefa 

L.. C. Raina. agent, transportation 

D. p. Jones & Co.. relief of Lucy B. So.irl 

F. H. Thorn, agent, transportation 

Sundry rellefB 

Sundry rellefa 

A. J. Archer, agent, tranaportacian 

Sundry rellefa 

F. H. Thorn, agent, railroad fare 

Dr. J. W. Rutledge, ezamlnatlona 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry rellefa 

V. C. RuBBell, agent, railroad fare 

Sundry reliefs 

A. R. McQill, poalmaater, postage 

Sundry rellefa 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry rellefa 

Sundry reliefs 

Dr. U. G. HIgbee, examinations 

Sundry relioto 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry reliefs 

Dr. J. W. Rutledge, eittminatlons 

A. L. Cutting, balance on warrant No. 86488 

Sundry reliefs .' '.".".'.'.'.'.'!'.".'.'.'.'.' 

A. R. McOllI, postage 

F. H. Thorn, agent, railroad fare 

Sundry rellefa 

Sundry reliefs ',!!'.!".!!" !X !i !!!! I! !',!!!!!!!!! ! 

Sundrj- reliefs 

P. H. Thorn, 'railroad (are 

Sundry reliefs , 

Sundry reliefa 

J. 'W. Rutledge, eXBjnl nut ions 

Sundry rellefa 

Sundry rellefa 

P. H. Thorn, railroad fare 

A. K, McGIll, pOHtmaster. postage 

Sundry rellefa 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry reliefs 

P. R, Verjta & Co., balance warrant No. 42071 . . 

Sundry reliefs 

V. C. Russell, C. T. agent, railroad fare 

C, a. Higbee, examinations 

F. H. Thorn, railroad fare 

Sundry reliefs 

P. H. Thorn, raJlrOftd fare 

Sundry reliefs 

a. N. Lamphere, secretary, rent, etc 

A. H. McGllI, postmaster, postage 

Sundry reliefs 

Sundry rellefa 

Andrew Schoch Grocery Co.. balance on war- 
rant No. 48817 

Sundry reliefs 



t21.1S7.S0 

1,000.00 
8.000.00 

71,000.00 
116.67 

19.845.00 



1,173.00 
8<M.OO 
1,451.47 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 









April za. 


Powera Mercautlle Co., balance on wan-ant No. 


S''f 


Qeo. N. Lampbere. secretary, 'ixpcnaes 




SS: J; 

May Iti' 






F. H. Thorn, asent, railroad fare 


;:H 


S, G. Andmt, balanoD on warrant No. 4oif5S.. 


eaiiSS 










h-. H. Thorn, agent, relict of Jas, Blake 


































July 2. 

« 5- 















July 10. 
July II. 
July 19. 

July 21. 
July 23- 



_I. C, Wolfram, aid of E. &. i. 

Sundries 

J. A. Stone, railroad fare J. S, Thor 

Sundrtes 

F. H. Thorn, agent, railroad fare... 



Jan. 2S. J. 
Mar. 2T. J. 
May 



H. Block, 
Morrison co 

M. Plo.^1.. 
Noblf 

H. Block. 

H. Block, I 

H. Block, state t 

Btate Vi 



looallea, 

treasurer, two rewards. 



*^°Bloc 



nepin county . 



-, one reward. Da- 
one reward, Sher- 
me reward, Kandl- 

two rewards, Hen- 



tlOO.0O 
100.00 



eo.oo 

S0.00 
100.00 



1901. 
Aug. 2T. CItr and County Hospital. 

pfttlents 

1902. 



1902. 



>rll>i 



e Tvx Reran dment. 



Jan. 20. Treasurer Cass county, i 

K. F. WrlK&t 

Feb. 10. State treasurer, refundment. Rock county 

Uar. 17. State treasurer, appraisers' tees. Hennepin 

county 

Mar. Z7. Henry Meter, refundment 

April 12, J. H. Block, state treasurer, appralaera' fees. . . 

April 1*. Geo. D. La Bar, appratsera' fees 

April M. Oeo. A. Keener, appraisers' fees 

June 7. Andrew Beat, administrator, excess payment, 

Coolee estate 

July 12, X H. Block, state treasurer, appraisers" fees 



5. Joseph Bobleter, 



Joiiepb Bobteler. 

appropriation 



.ds.Goo>^Ic 



BtUNNlAL KEi>OUT 



Road and BrMse AwroprlntlouB— Year BbOIuk JbI>- UI, ItWS. 

INTERNAI. IMPROVBMBNT FUND. 



Big Stone, bridge 

Pinniore, bridge 

Ooodhue, bridge 

Norman, drainage 

Norman and Polk, drainage 

Polk, drainage 

Renville, bridges and roads 

Steama, bridge 

Anoka, bridge and road 

E'Anton, grading and repairing highway 

Big Stone, bridge 

Big Stone, labor, highway 

Carlton, road 

Cblppewa and Lac qui PariP, bridge 

Chisago, bridges 

Cook and L,alie. roails 

Douglas, bridge 

Fillmore, bridge 

Freeborn, roads and bridges 

Hennepin, bridge 

Hubbard, road 

Isanti, road and bridge 

Jackson, bridge 

Kandiyohi, road 

Kandiyohi, road 

I>e Bueur, bridge 

Le Sueur, bridge , 

IilDcoln, bridge 

Lincoln bridge 

Uncolti bridge 

Lyon, road 

HtO^wd. bridge 

Martin, bridge 

Heeker, bridge 

Mine Lac», surveying , 

Morrison, road 

Mower, bridge 

Nicollet, bridge '. , . . 

Olmsted, bridge , 

Otter Tall, bridge 

Otter Tall, bridge , 

PIpeatone, bridge 

Polk, bridge 

Polk, road 

Pope, bridge 

Ramsey, bridge 

Redwood, bridge 

Rice, road 

Rock, bridge 

flcott, road 

Sherburne, bridge 

Sibley, bridge 

Steams, bridge 

Steams, bridge 

Btevena. bridge 

Swllt. highway 

Todd, bridge 

Todd, bridge 

Traverse, M-ldge 

Winona, bridge and road 

■Winona, bridge 

Yellow Medicine, bridge 

Grain Inapectlon— Year Gndlnar Jaly 31. iftOit. 

St. Paul Dvpartment — 

Inspection : 

T., T>. Marshall, chief Inspector (eleven months)... 

Oeo. E. BoulrPH. dmmty (two mnnthsl 

P, B. CurtlB, Irspectnr, (ten tnontbsi 

Henrv Pelg. mipervlalng Inspector (ten months 

thirteen days) 

R, C. Burdlck, elevator InsDector (two months)... 

J. C. Miinro. Inspector at St. Cloud 

O. C. Dalrymple, Inspector at New Prague 



2.7501)0 

i.iwioo 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 























E. D. Staplee, welyher 




R. J. FoK, weigher (ona mootb) 

W. H. Lamb, helper 




































































































































B. H. Conltey 


163.20 






B. C. Staples 


140.00 



































































































































































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BIENNIAL REPORT 



Welsblug: 

y. p. yulst, weighmastpr. . . , 
Clerks: 

Prank Lydlam 

W. L. Neimann 

J. T. ProbBtneld 

Sue E. mna, stenosrapher. . 

W. M. Todd, registrar , 

Welsh era; 

P. R. McDonnell 

Joseph PhUUpB 

Alex Miller 

A. W. Btrand 

W. B. Hewitt 

A. P. Teel 

N. C. O'tJonnor 

J. D. Blair 

O. A. Readneld 

A. N. Arctander 

aWan Nelson ".'.'.'.'. '.V.*.'.'.' ,'.* '. 

Frank P. Bruce 

A. M. Clarke 

Thomfts ImJotA 

O. H. DfthI 

Wm. O'Neill 

L. K. aexton 

Wm. Baldwin 

8. W. Turner 

P. B. HardlnK 

J. E. Lawler 

A. W. Peterson 

John G. ReddlnE 

C" M. MAThie.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '■'.'. 

E. M. Parish 

J. C. Relchardt 

Chaa. B. Plcha 

O. N. Un/ni.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

J, B. Schiinert 

Ward F. Gray 

J. D, Tolman 

A. J. Kappel 

A. G. Myran 

Anson Evani 

J. P. Nash 

J. T. Duffv 

Guy V, Howard 

Thomas Jones 

Abe Herw 

F. H. Morton 

W. I. Lamaon 

W. E. Thompson 

3. M. Nelson 

O. R. Lawreiicie 

b". H. Fuller.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.*.'.'.'.'. 

A. M. Duff 

W. B. Williams 

R. R. Torrlttln 

E. C. Bowman 

Adolph Simonsiin 

v. C. Anderson 

v. 3. Molander 

J. J. Burke 

L. S. Bryant 

Thomas Ward 

D. McTavlBh 

J. R. Wehb 

J. E. Marquis 

B. A. PolHon 

A. H. Anderson 

Jacob Gould 

C. L McKuPirk 

Earl SlmpBnn 



l.SOO.OO 

i.oau.oo 
i.aou.ou 



721.M 
670.00 

33.6" 



T0Z.06 
7M.70 
ff72.ri7 



■dovGooi^Ic 



AUDITOR OF STATE. 



L. J. Ahlatrom 

P. F. Bradford 

W, A. Cuff 

J. P. Oardlncr 

L.. L. Wheelock 

E. G. Rogers 

J. B, Bartlett 

J. W. MeUrath 

A. Millar , 

M. C. L-lBtoe 

Q. A. Nelson 

H. M. Case 

L. Bartlett 

J. N. Blair 

N. J. TVeber 

C. C. Nealey. Bcale expert 

Dnlatli Departnienl— 

Inspection : 

P. H. Prodger, chief Inapector 

P. W. Eva, chief Inspector 

J. D. Ellla, deputy chief Inspector... 
Inspectors: 

H. E. Emerson 

Wm. Swanstriim 

Joseph Liemolgnan 

C. W. Pool 

David Coutts 

C. P. Eart 

W. H. Graves 

B. W. Jones 

M. J. Fearer 

O. W. Sylvester 

Ole O. Sjnrdal 

James A. Mead 

O. C. Dalrymple 

Algot Anderson 

Chas. Leytze 

Geo, O. n. Ross 

Chas.' H. L,lnnelV.".r.'.V,'.'.'.'.'.V.V.'.'.V.'. 

B. F. Staples 

J, F. Jacobaon 

J. E. McXamara 

E. H. Conkej- 

Flax samplers: 

O. R. Llppltt -. 

Chas. Llndberg 

F."a.' Sills;.*! '.*.*.**.'.'.'.'.'.'.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.!. 
Cler!it<: 

O. H. I^iicl'.en 

W, H. WellB 

Wm. MUlner, mesaencpr 

HelTiera: 

Ed. EHrksnn 

E. A. Hill 

J. M. Wilson 

Thos. Thomrnnn 

B. T, Butler .' 

<3eorge Miller 

K. G. Anderson 

C. F. Fink 

E. F. Chalk 

W. R. Hartley 

M. T. Carlson 

F. De Marco 

Chas. A. Peterson 

D. B. Lloyd 

Knute Knutpson 

J. R. Sutphln 

John Stewart, teamster 

Weighing: 

J, B, Sutnhln. welghmaster 

B. I^. Mfller. registrar 



«rr.34 

636.50 



1,155.97 
1,368.40 

1,310.00 



1.221.M 
742.60 
784.00 
187.50 
116.00 
184.30 
628.90 



BOe.24 
880.42 

885.80 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 



J, H. Sten 



W. C. Weld 

K, A. Oawr»ren 

W. W. Wallter 

W, P. PUlens 

John P. MeaBher 

O. A. Estabroolt 

J. R. Sutphln, mBaBenger 

J, C. Gude 

S. M. Smith 

J. O. Milne 

W. H. QraJT 

P. T. Borraan 

Win LAwler 

B. K. Walker 

Peter Sangren 

J, C. Koefod 

W. P. atrlcltlancl 

A. W. KIniKreen 

L. C. Shannon 

J. O. Winton 

H. C. Halvorson 

H. M. Case 

ChM. R. Norlln 

Altred T. Lldln 

A, Ba^ey 

Obo. Burke 

Walter Child 

Robert Lamon 

C. C. Neale 

K. 8. Adams 

B. W. HiKKlna 

Chas. A, Bmlih\\'.V^\\V.'.'.'.'.'.' .'.'.'.'. y. '.'.'.'." ^.'.\. ''.'.'.'.'.'. ','.'.'.'. 

P. B. Bardwell 

Isaac Martin 

P. H. McElHgott 

<leo. E. Sloan 

John E. Johnson 

■T. Q. Peterson 

F. Bondurant 

J. P. Dftlqulst 

A. M. Duff 

D. UcTavlsh 

A. Haasenson 

•G. A. Carlson 

A, N, Hopkins 

■C. R. Thompsnn 

L. B. Thompson 

A. Hamgreen 

A. A, Ulsrud 

Sundry warrants (or offlc* rent, telegraph Uld tele- 
Dhnne sprvlces and all other expenses 



1,000.00 
868.62 
SS4.M 

1,020.00 



BBS. 70 
830.23 

a».52 



77B.B0 

Toe.so 

7BB.S8 



6S7.W 
6T2.98 
6T0.19 
010.80 



|3«,a0LB 



Itniipd of Appeal*— Y«nr Endliis Jair H 



Alez McKlnnon (1 month 1 day) 

C. A. Malmqulst (1 month 1 day) 

V. W. Eva 

H. P. BJorgp 

V. L. Greonlear 

J. K. Stone 

A. C. Aaby 

John Oleason ^ 

B. H. Pugh 

O. J. Strang 

J. T. Sexton 

Sundry warrants for expenses 

Total expenses, grain Inspection department... 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



HECAPITUi:«*.TION. 

St, Paul Department (14,167.89 

Mlnnea,pt>llB Inspection 40,148.80 

Mlnneai>01ia welKhlnK eo,TSG.4a 

Duiuth inapectioo 39,4T2.I» 

Duluth wefKbinK 3e,a)i,a.t 

Bxpensea all depnrtntenta 18,744.2^1 

Board of Appeals 14,436.10 



lnv«at«d Bokool PaBd-Te«r Bndlns Jnlr 31, IMS. 

Loans from ibe permanent school fund to achool dlatrleu, towns, d 
(Permanent School Fund.) 
Allbin CoBBly— „^-u, Brnwa Connir— 


ouDtles and 






oSwotNoH 


i'moS 
























Carlton Oonntr — 






■■■; .SgS:S8 
















































Cbippewn Oonntr— 








18§:S8 








DlHtrct No.34 














S8:S8 


BecbPT Coanfy— 




District 0. 1 (Ind.) 

Di«lrtct_ 0.87 


1S:S 












Cbtsaso Conntr- 




Beltninl Oonntr— 

District No. eO (Ind.).... 
DlBtrlot No. 65 


•.;;; •"■SS;S 




Dlstrlct No. OS 


eooioo 


















2,500.00 


Clnr Oonntr— 












































BeBioB CoantT— 




Ooob Oonntr- 


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800.00 


tl,S00.00 


District No. 4B 




CoHanwoad Oonntr- 




.... 13.100.00 


(800.00 
(800.00 


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1,800.00 


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DtrtrlctNo. 19 (Ind.) 


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Dodire County^ 

DlHtrict No. 84 

Doiwlsa County— 

District No. IB 

Total 

F«rlb«alt Coanly— 

Ind. Blue Earth 

District No. lim..- 

District No. 101 

Dlitrict No. WJ 

PreeborD Conntr— 

District No. 102 

DlHtHol N«. 130 

District No. 131 

District No. 44 

District No. 132 

Total 

Good hue Ooanly— 

District No. i' 

District No. 01 (Ind.)... 

Total 

District No, 58 

Total 

HcUDetiln Conot}- — 

District No. 39 aolntl. 

Total 

HoDfefoR ron&li'— > 

District Ni,. .-«! 

Total 

Hnbbnril Coanl)— 

District No. B 

District No. 45 

District No. 44 

District No. 40 

District No. :iil 

District No. l;l 

District No. 31 

Total 

Jnckmii Ooiinty— 

District No. lao 

District No. llil 

Total 

Kamnbec Coanty— 

District No. .12 

District No, 33 

District No. IS 

Total 

Kandiyabl rniintr— 

District No. 6T 

District No. !> 

District No, «1 

District No, 2S 

Klltaon Countr— 

District No. at 

District No. B 



Lao uu( Farle Covutj- — 

1800.00 District No. 33 W.SOO.OO 

District No, 34 800.00 

1800.00 District No. 81 e.ars.oo 

Total »»,O7D,00 

tOGO,00 

Le Snenr CcoiKj— 

«660,00 Joint with Rice Co, Districts 

Nus. Ill and ISo *SOO.OO 

Sia.tKW.OO Total S^OO.OO 

300.00 

<iOO.UO Lincoln Coanty^ 

1.000.00 District No. e S7(W.OO 

— — -— - District No. ea i.ooaoo 

lU.UOO.OO District No. 16 TOO.OO 

District No, 32 800.00 

J900.00 District NO. 67 l.iH^M 

l:iSS:SS ™"' ' '*'^°°-°' 

i^« ''!>':r;ri?t No.Vt ,600.0. 

*- ri-ji nn District No. 86 1.200,00 

f,.,OoO,00 District No. 87 900.00 

District No. 45 OOaOO 

SI nnonn District No, 86 2.^1.00 

^'.HKiiM District No. 45 4«k00 

■*■"■""" District No, T 1.600.00 

(6,000,00 .,,^j„, ;:-3i5:5i 

tTnnnn MrI.eoil Comity— 

*""'■'" District No.** JOOaOO 

$700,00 T.„„, ^i^^;;^ 

* I nnn nA Hnrsbnll COKnly— 

Il^(m00 District No, 88 JIOCOO 

sr mm no District No. 3y 200,00 

*'■"""■"" County 25.000,00 

SI, 000,00 TotaJ ?I2.5,'!00.00 

SI laHXiii JtlnPtiu Ctmnty— 

* ' Joint with Watonwan Co. 

DlatrlclB Nos. 120 and 50. . . (2,a».00 

1500.00 District No. 110 750,00 

IHO.OU District No. 1^1 TtW.OO 

«O0!oO Total (B.ttJO.OO 

S7,i.00 

400.00 Meeker Conntj-— 

aOO.UO District No. 70 «l,0OO.OO 

J4,613.UO Total Sl.'iOU.OO 

tnonnoo Nllle iJtos Connly— 

* 'iK'Ss District No. H 5^23.00 

*"■"" DiBtrlot No. 2:. 1,000.00 

*< onft'™. District No. »1 500.00 

*l,a00.00 District No. 2S 700,00 

District No. 24 700,06 

f550.00 District No, 15 BO0,00 

500.00 — — 

2.000.00 Total s:;.','2rp.O0 

x;i,D50,UD MoPTlnon County- 
District No. 84 H,000,00 

fjtnnn DlBlrlct No. 62 400.00 

i*Rnnnn District No. IWi 600,00 

inSniS District No. 60 400.00 

'™SI District No. lOR 200.00 

■""■"" District No. 00 400.00 

$3,150.00 ,j.„ia, $3,000.00 

$600,00 SUmer County- 

7,VI,00 DIstrlcl No, 70 $1,400.00 

$1,3.V»,00 Total $1,400,00 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Aioblca OoaMtr — 

DlatriCt No. 105 11,000.00 

District No. 101 BSO.0O 

District No. SO BDO.OO 

District No. 106 eOO.OO 

District No. 108 600.00 

District No. 4T 400.00 

Joint with Jackson Co. No. 

44 425.00 

District No. 48 1.000.00 

Total ti),7TD.OO 

XonuitB Couatjr— 

District No. 7 Sl.OOO.OO 

District No, 68 800.00 

District No. 84 400.00 

District No. 3 720.00 

Total 12,920.00 

Otter Tail Coanty— 

District No. 250 J5OO.0O 

District No. 123 700.00 

District No. 206 446.00 

District No. 238 700.00 

District No. 170 SOO.OO 

District No. R 1,800,00 

District No, 25S 550,00 

Total M.1B5.0O 

1*1 ne OonDty^ 

District No, 20 (B.KO.OO 

District No. 4H n4.00 

District No, 40 375.00 

Dlstrlc; No, 48 600.00 

Dtatrict No. 1 000.00 

Total W,43a.0O 

Pivestone CoaDlr — 

District No. (T60.00 

DlBtriot No. 10 BOaOO 

District No. SB 800.00 

District No, 17 TOO.OO 

Total (2,700.00 

Polk Coantr— 

Township of Kensonvlllp MOO.OO 

District No. 1 600.00 

District No. 44 (Ind) 1,000.00 

DlstrictNo. «4 300.00 

District No. 260 500.00 

District No. 3S7 700.00 

District No. 263 700.00 

Total (4,li00,00 

Pop* Oo«ntr— 

Joint with Douglas Co, No. 01 (800.00 

District No. 93 000.00 

District No. 40 eOO.OO 

District No. K BOO.OO 

Total W,150.00 

Ramser CouDtr — 

District No. 18 (1,000.00 

DlstrictNo. 4 1,500.00 

DlstrictNo, 8 2,5UO.0O 

Total (5,000.00 

Red Lake Conuty — 

District No. 112 (000.00 

Total (600.00 

ReAwood Oanntr — 

DlstrictNo. 103 (1,380.00 

District No, 30 2,400.00 

Total (3,780.00 



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Dl,"tri?tNo--8a 


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Dstrict No. 19;t 


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Dlatrlct No. 128 1S9-9S 

Dtetrlct No. 135 TOOW 

District No. 'sa .S2-92 

District No. Sfi 7.000.00 



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WaablnsioB CoiiBtr— 

District No. 76 

District No. 44 



Total 

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Dl«rlct No. 83. . . 
DiBtrlot No. f ■ 



Dlatrlct No. 
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District No. 



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800.00 



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1.000.00 



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Soldiers- relief fund. ..I 
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Oeneral unlvers'y fundi 

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117,684.00 




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ABSTRACT OF ASSBSBXBNT OF 



PBOP^TY Dt THB 8TATK 




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Beltrami 

Benton 

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Blue Earth.. 

Chippewa . . . 
ChlBa^o 

Cook '["[III. 
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48,86e 

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32,910 


liiiK 


367.066 
39.251 


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58.482 






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139,933 


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267JiS4 


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106.850 


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STATEMENT P—Conlinued. 



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1127,248 


»213.18a 


1 


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406.392 


477,07: 


882,464 




2,146,882 


B.89 


158.802 




426,306 




2:188:592 




276,294 


333:aif 


eoe,9io 




4,346,750 


5.48 


04.770 




2utf.e8i! 






7.85 


13H.271 


228:53f 


363.804 




2,244:^30 


iB.a2 


1.4M.S38 


1,807.409 


3,062,043 




8,641.861 


js.oa 


529,218 


785,850 


1,325,126 




5,317.603 


8.70 


S4.445 


266,483 


350,928 


2,011.371 


1,077,065 


1B.8B 


98.314 


827,39J 


423.707 


3,843,982 


3,299.457 


8.20 


98,208 


88,080 


164,378 




2,342,287 


laoo 


171.202 


3»,58S 


533.700 




2,935 Jil9 


e.44 


118,830 


240.880 


359,290 




i;ff78JOl 




545,656 


6Ki.081 


1,140.711 




4,138,344 


2.84 


18.612 


1,4W 






1:092:806 


ii.9e 


203.837 




5*4:871 




3,942.823 


1.60 


808.100 


7io;4i; 


1,318,515 




3,576,350 


15.31 


1.162.429 


778,328 


1,990,757 




5808^435 


15.00 


154.45. 


410,8IK 


565,281 




4,471.903 


a29 










2:OT7:125 


15.56 


056,19^ 


I,140;5<K 


1,896:891 






15.60 


443.«a0 


944,535 


1.388,215 




"""'""' 7:000: 141 


15.60 


821,260 


94Z915 


1.884,184 




.^ 606,601 


15.49 


741,035 


1,321.183 


2,062,216 




7,734,690 


S.UO 


100.225 




267,463 






41.36 


B6.572.844 


38,718:201 


Ki,2B0,851 




10 108,376,960 






3.^7,384 






2.H2»,S91 


4.10 


8n,7Ki 


168.141 






r557;5»4 


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38.382 


75,086 


m:ito 




1.271,136 




146,471 


201.44; 






7,100,838 


13.37 


305,537 




T27:i9t 




4,218,044 


4.38 


84.4DN 


47:03t 


81.5.1; 


1,605,992 


788,442 


10.33] 


308.fl57 


527,356 




6.ST6.132 


3.900:764 


5.T2! 


84.291 


100,044 


164:24; 


3,082.788 


2,148.817 




188,777 


383.810 


487,5«1 


5,669,584 


4,538,478 


SI 

10.22 


248.056 


206,620 




2,8M,1B7 


2,863.457 


331.7S5 


486,176 


8i7:uei 


6.177,001 


8:428:984 


135,838 


211,662 


847,498 


3,748,467 


2.870,861 


12.50 


400,827 


875.478 


1,285,106 


6,838,835 


4.260:462 


14.90 


267,601 


506,552 


774,16! 


5,3S8,331 


4,388.118 


4.7B 


90,3« 


229,812 




3,486.806 


Z«71,141 


14.48 


518.512 


699.658 


I,]is:i7( 


7.547.32t 


6,768.655 


12.14 


237,4« 


.J84,465 






8,071,428 


4.34 








1.715.7*1 


i;i06;674 


6.26 


683! 461 


488:8«H 


l,050,31r 


4.586.2M 


Z609,740 


16.34 


603,914 


848,662 


1.852,576 


8.232,253 


6,880,210 


2.90 


133.23! 


251.231 


384.489 


6,m,io; 


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4.69 


279.191 




815, n» 


4.809,461 


2.72 


373.M( 


628:88; 


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5.81 


T9.MJ 






M86:80( 


15.48 




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1.58S:77t 


s;aa9:585 


7:220:602 


7.as 


513:711 


1,214.654 


1MB6,878 


6:B46:7« 


3.85 


129.941 




283,978 


3,316,463 


2.633,429 




208,581 


277.713 


484.294 


3,299.791 


2,296,250 


5^S 


73n,050 


894,036 


1,6.13,088 


a277,974 


6,133.417 


7.88 


58.485 


184,481 


2.12.8*8 


8.580,11[ 


2,398,829 


32.73 


48.887.272 


26.188.257 


75,175.528 




7 77:013:845 


3.40 


227,318 


aw. 603 


431.121 


ijm.m 


1.282.404 


14.41 


370.198 


512.86.' 


883,05» 




7.528.808 


14.78 


410.284 




1.138.437 


19:286:811 




15.41 


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2.149,64.^ 


8,988.67.' 


6:(«l7:e78 5.848:220 


13.07 


204.852 




538.197 


4,528,837 


3.839,076] 3,934:272 



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19.352 


18,377 


37,629 


711.62S 


CS3.021 


673,101 


22-« 


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6.702.736 


21.44«.38' 


6I.088.8« 




42,4».84» 


18.TE 


171.2Se 


340.»a7 


515,221 


3.569.462 




2.213.714 


e.3s 


38.123 


99.198 




1.814.474 




1.849.a« 


M.51 


1*3.386 


320.512 


4«3|871 


B.836.933 




3.4H.DM 


9.18 


1.197,824 


1.5T2.708 


2.770,532 


10.481.479 




e.760.9171 


15.26 


aM.M<\ 


713.022 


1.0a7.6«» 


5.208,847 




4.856,867 


8.U 


1T4.S2S 


26e,96& 


440,27- 


3.232.527 




2.48Q.7W) 


7.29 


134.048 


821.4«a 


■«.\511 


3.882.818 


2:97i;3R 


2.798.468 


e.45 


231.13» 


-.(92.29! 


523.431 


4.096.890 


3,724.36 




7.91 








3,141.575 


2.617.979 




11.81 


686.'201 


1.187:32i 


1.723:53 


5.702.190 


3,801.461 


3.682.763 


9.38 


112,732 


249.2^ 




1.918,281 


1.508.55 


1.607.218 


1B.« 


294.721 


433,538 


728!2R 


4.836.870 


'fZS 


8.488,90« 


IS. as 


1,728,486 


1,9J2.345 


3,680.83 


T.411.606 


6.963.311 


14.SS 


324,484 


531,499 


855.963 


4.9H.730 


3.780.562 


3.730,174 


T.SS 


118.2!» 


176,337 


293.BMa 


3.950.630 


3.59B.864 


8.010.841 


lasj 


2.798.799 


2.B0J.212 


6.300.01 


10.509.637 


9.886.034 


9.500,848 




223.974 


451. 7(M 


HT5.6TM 


a. 179.684 


6.BTB.B38 


4.013.315 


ii.» 


aW.413 


329,744 


534,15 


6.986.755 


6.442.605 


5.42Q.860 


>.0.2B 


|148,2g0.3» 


1111,906.970 


1260.197.286 


1647.263,261 


f5S0.1»7,977 


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STATE BOAKD OP EQUALIZATION. 



SESSION OF 1902. 



FIRST DAY. 

St. Paul. Tuesday. Sept 2. 1802. 

In accordance with the laws ol tbe State ot Minoesota, the persons com- 
prlalns the State Board of Kquallzatlon met at the state auditor's office Id 
the Capitol building this day, the following being present: 

F. I. Johnson of Cannon FalU. Goodhue county, representing the First 
Judicial district. 

Joseph McKihbln ol St. Paul, Rameey county, representing the Second 
Judicial district. 

J. O. Lawrence of Wabasha, Wabasha county, representing the Third 
judicial district. 

Emerson Cole of Minneapolis, Hennepin county, representing the Fourth 
judicial district. 

George S. Brainerd of Blooming Prairie, Steele county, representing the 
Fifth Judicial district. 

Nels J. Nelson ot Sveadahl. Watonwan county, representing the Sixth 
Judicial distrirt. 

C. M. Sprague of Sauk Centre, Stearns county, representing the Seventh 
Judicial district. 

Fred Grelner of Chaska, Carver county, representing the Eighth Judicial 
district. 

Thomas Hodson of Nicollet, Nicollet county, representing the Ninth 
Judicial (iistrlct. 

0. G. Laugen of Caledonia. Houston county, representing the Tenth 
judicial district. 

J. E. Cooley of Duluth, St. Louis county, representing the Eleventh 
Judicial district. 

1, L. Phllley ot Loulsberg, Lac qui Parle county, representing the 
Twelfth judicial district. 

H. M. Palm ot Worthington, Nobles county, representing the ThlrtceDtb 
Judicial district 

N. S. Gordon of Crookaton, Polk county, representing' the Fourteenth 
Judicial district 

F. M. Shook of Aitkin, Aitkin county, representing the E*ItteeDth 
judicial district. 

G. C. Thorpe o( Hancock, Stearns county, representing the Sixteenth 
judicial district. 

A. H. Strong of Jackson, Jackson county, representing the SeTenteenjli 
judicial district. 

Daniel Anderson ot Cambridge, Isanti county, representing the Eigh- 
teenth judicial district 

Also Gov. S. R. Van Sant, State Auditor R. C. Dunn and Attorney General 
W. B, Douglas, members cx-offlcio. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 387 

The memlierB from the various districts having taken and subscribed to 
the oath prescribed by law. Gov. Van Sant called the board to order at 2 

Mr, C. M. Sprague was elected as chairman of the board, and J. E. Cooley 
and I. L. Philley we>e ihosen as recording and reading clerks, respectively. 

State Auditor Uunn laid before the board the abBtracte at the aasesfi- 
ment of real and perBonal property from the varloue oountteB of the state 
for the year 1902; also the special returns from the audltoi's of the various 
counties of the assessments Id the various couDtles in Classes IG, 17, IS and 
27 of the personal property schedule, amounting to (3.000 and over, which he 
was, by resolution of the last board, I'equested to secure and present to this 
board. He also reported that the telegraph companies had not as yet made 
report to his office, oe required by law, for ronaideratlon by this board In 
fixln); their assessment; also that the State Supreme Court had declared as 
unconstitutional the law providing for a. tax on freight line and equipment 
companies, on a valuation to be fixed by this board, and that hence there 
were no reports from said companies for consideration by the board this 

On motion the chairman was authorized and directed to appoint com- 
mittees for consideration of following classes of assessment, vii.: 
Goods and merchandise. 
Logs and lumber, 
Banks and credits. 
Public service corporations. 
Real estate, 
and to announoe the same not later than Monday, September 8. 

On motion the board adjourned to Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. 

SKCON'D DAY. 



THIRD DAY. 

10 o'clock; no quorum present- 



FOTRTH DAY. 



FIFTH DAY, 



SIXTH DAY. 

Monday morning, September 8. 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present. Chair- 
man Sprague announced his appointment of committees as follows; 

Goods and Merchandise — H. M. Palm, chairman; F. M, Shook, 0. C. 
Thorpe. D. Anderson and Joseph McKibbin, 

Logs and Lumber — Emerson Cole, chairman; Thomas Hodson, Nels J, 
Nelson, O. G. Laugen and G. S. Bralnerd. 

Banks and Credits — J. G. Lawrence, chairman; I. L. Philley, Fred Grel- 
ner. F. I. Johnson and C. M. Sprague. 

Public Service Corporations — J. E. Cooley, chairman; Emerson Cole, 
Joseph McKibbin, N. S. Gordon and C. M. Sprague. 

Real Estate — F. L Johnson, chairman; F. M. Shook, N. S. Gordon, D. Ao- 
dersott and A. H. Strong. 

The day was spent in committee of the whole and adjournment taken to 
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. 



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S86 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SEVENTH DAi'. 

Tuesday morning, September 
day was spent in committee of tbt 
day morning at 10 o'clock. 

EIGHTH DAY. 

Wednesday morning, September 10, 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present 
The day was spettt in committee of the wbole, and adjournment taken to 
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. 

NINTH DAY. 

Thursday morning. September 11, 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present. The 
day was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Friday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

TENTH DAT. 

Friday morning, September 12, 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day -was spent in committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Satur- 
day morning at 10 o'clock. 

ELEVENTH DAT. 

} quorum present. 

TWELFTH DAY. 

quorum present Ad- 

riBTEENTH DAT. 

1 quorum present 

FOURTEENTH DAT. 

a quorum present. 

FII'TEENTH DAY. 

Thursday morning, September IS, 1902. 10 o'clock; quorum present. The 
day was spent In committee of the wttole, and adjournment taken to Friday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

SIXTEENTH DAY. 

Friday morning. September 19, 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Sat- 
urday morning at 10 o'clock, 

SEVENTEENTH DAY, 



EIGHTEENTH DAY. 

10 o'clock; no quroum present 

NINETEENTH DAY. 

Tuesday morning, September 23, 1902. 10 o'clock; quorum present 
The day was spent in committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to 
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 



Wednesday morning, September ti. i3i)2. It) o'clock: quorum present. Tb© 
day was spent io committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to TburB' 
day morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTY-FIRST DAT. 

Thursday morning, September 25, 1B02, 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day was spent in committee of the whole, and adjoarniiient taben to Friday 
- morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTY-SECOND DAY, 

I quorum preaenC. 



TWENTY-THIRD DAY. 



TWENTY-FOURTH DAY. 

1 quoram present. 



TWENTY-FIFTH DAY. 

Tuesday morning, September 30. 1902. 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment tanen to 
Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. 



Wednesday morning, October 1, iy02, 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Thnra- 
day morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY. 

Thursday morning. October 2, 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present Mr. 
Cooley. chairman of the committee on public service corporations, lor and In 
behalf of said committee, oftered the following resolution and moved Ita 
adoption by the board, viz.: 

Rcschvd. By the stale boani of eriunJizatlon, that the amount oC the assCBB' 
menC of telegraph comiianlcB be llxod us follows, viz.: 

Western Union Telfcgtiiph Co (l.OOCftOO.W 

North American Telegraph Co ^ 100,000.<» 

And that Che rate of (nxation 1b hpreby flxed at the rate of 25 mtlls On tba 
dollar; provided, bowever, that should the average rate of taxation for the state 
(as shown by the abstractH of tax llstB of the aevcral counties) be less than the 
rate herHn flxe^l, then, and In Ihnt case, the state aiidllor ahall make his draft 
upon aald oompanlea bosea upon such average rate for the tntlre state. 

No one appearing or being beard in opposition thereto, said resolutioD 
was adopted by unanimous vote. The balance of the day was apent In com- 
mittee of the whole and adjournment taken to Friday morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTY-EIOHTH DAT. 

Friday morning, October 3. 1902, 10 o'clock; quorum present. The fore- 
noon was spent In committee of tbe whole. In the afternoon the assessment 
of certain public service corporations in.St. Paul and Minneapolis was con- 
sidered. 



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890 BIENNIAL. REPORT 

In the matter of the AeaeBement of tbe Mlnneapolle Qeneral Electric Co , 
Mr. Cooler, chairman of committee on public service corporatlona, moved 
that the asaeesment of said company aa equalized by the city board of Uln- 
neapolla at 1569,930 be not changed by tbe board, and that aaid aaaessment 
of (568.930 be paaaed by this hoard at said figure.. State Auditor Dunn op- 
posed the motion, and advocated increasing the aaaeaament to $628,530. being 
the figurea at which the aaaessment was flxed by tbe city assessor of Min- 
neapolis. After some dlscusalon a vote was taken on Mr. Cooley'a motion, 
and the roll helng called there were yeas 12, and naya S, as follows: 

Yeaa — Johnson, McKlhbln, Cole. Sprague. Grelner, Hodaon. Cooley, Gor- 
don, Shook, Thorpe. Anderson and Van Sant; total. 12. 

Nays — Lawrence, Bralnerd, Nelaon. Laugen, Phllley. Palm. Strong and 
Dunn; total, S. 

Ab sen t—Do ugl as . 

So Mr. Cooley's motion was carried, and tne aBseHsment of said Minne- 
apolis General Electric Co. was not changed, but waa paaaed as returned to 
thla board at ¥569.930. 

In the matter of the aasesBment of the St. Paul Oas Light Co., Mr. 
Cooley, chairman of the committee on public service corporations, for and 
In behalf of eald committee, offered the following resolution and moved its 
adoption, viz.: 

Riiolvtd, B.v the state l>o.-iril of enuallxaClon of the? State at MtnneRDln. that 
the asBesBment anil valuaticm of the capital stock of the St. Paul Gas Light Co.. 
a corporation created, organized and exiatlng under the laws ol the State of Min- 
nesota. BBsesaed In the (.'ounty of Ramaey. State at Minnesota, be and the sams 
!■ hereby Increased to and fixed by the state board of equalization at SSOO.OOO.OO. 
subject to a deduction therefrom of the value ot the property nneclfled In Itema 
e and T of Srrtian 1530 ot the General Statiiles of the State of Minnesota of 1^ 
the properly In said items being subject \a Bpccltlc taxation, as provided by BUld 
section and by the laws of Ihp State of Minnesota: and the state auditor of this 
state IB dirertPd to transmit to the county auditor oC said Ramsey county a duly 
certlQed copy ot this resolution. 

No one appearing or being hoard In opposition thereto, said reaolution 
was adopted by unanlmoua vote. 

In the matter of tbe assessment ot the Minneapolis Oas Light Co., Mr. 
Cooley, chairman of the committee on public corporations, for and in behalf 
of aald committee, offered the following resolution, and moved its adoption by 
the board, viz.: 

Rnal-vd, By the State board of equaiiiation of the State of Mlnneaota, that tba 
aaaesBment and vahinClon of the capital stock of the Hinneapolls Gas Light Co., 
a corporation crealid, organized and existing under the laws of the State of Mln- 
neaota, asaesaed In Ihe County of Hennepin. State of Minnesota, be and the Bame 
Is hereby Increased lo and dxed by the state board ot equalization at tOOO,000.00. 
subject to a deduction therefrom of thfi value of the property Bpecifled in Items 
8 and 7 of Section l.V«i of the Oencrnl Statutes ot the State of Minnesota of IWt, 
the property In said ftema being subject to speeifle taxation, aa provided by said 
section and by the laws of the State of MtrntBOta; and the state auditor ot thiB 
state is directed to transmit to the county auditor ot Bald Hennepin county a duly 
certified copy of this resolution. 

Mr. Levlngs, of MlnneapoUa. a representative of said company, appeared 
before the board and was heard at some length In opposition to the resoln- 
tlon, he claiming that the valuation proposed was excessive. After some 
dlacusalon a vote waa taken on Mr. Cooley's motion to adopt the reaolution, 
and the roll being called there were yeas 18. and nays 1. as follows: 

Teas — Johnson. McKlbbln, Lawrence, Cole. Bralnerd. Nelson, Sprague, 
Qrelner, Hodson, Laugen, Cooley, Phllley, Palm. Gordon. Shook. Thorpe. 
Strong and Van Sant; total, IS. 

Naya — Anderson; total, 1. 

Absent or Not Voting — Dunn. Douglas; total. 2. 

So the resolution waa adopted. 

In the matter ot tbe assessment of the St. Paul City Railway Co. and 
of the Minneapolis Street Railway Co.. Mr. Cooley, chairman of the commit- 
tee on public service corporations, for and In behalf of aald committee, 
offered the following resolutlona, and moved their adoption by tbe board, via.: 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 391 

'ltd, By the atate board of equallzallop of the State of Minnesota, that the 

-lent and valuation ot the capital stock ot the St. Paul City Railway Co., 

a corporation created, orKanUed and eilatlng under the laws of the State oi Uin- 
nesota. aascBsed In tbe (bounty of Ramaey, State of Minnesota, be and the same 
la hereby Increased to and flied by the atate board of equalization at |Z.334J.6fiT, 
subject to a deduction therefrom of the value ol the property specified In Items 
fl and 7 ol Section 16J0 of the General Statutes of the State olMfnnssota of 1884 
the property In said Items being subject to specific taxation, as provided by said 
•ectfon and by the laws of the State of Minnesota: and the atate auditor of this 
state la directed to transmit to the county auditor of Bald Ramsey county a duly 
certified copy of this resolution. 

Rciokid. By Ihe atate board of equalization of the State of Minnesota, that the 
asaesament and valuation of the capital atock of the Minneapolis Street Hallway 
Co., a corporallon created, organized and eilstlnR under the laws of the State of 
Minnesota, asaeaapd In the County of Hennepin. State of Minnesota, be and the 
same Is hereby increased to and fixed by the atate boaj-d ot equalization at 
M.im.OO.'. Bubject to a deduction therefrom of the value ot the property BpeclfleiJ 
In TIema fl and 7 of Section 11^30 of the General Statutea of the State of Minne- 
sota of 1F!!V4. the property In said items being subject to apeclUc taxation, as pro- 
vided bv said section and by the laws of the State of Minnesota; and the state 
auditor of this state Is dtrectod to tranamSJ to the county auflltiir of said Henne- 
pin cotmty a duly certified copy of this resolution. 

Mr. M, D, Munn. ot St. Paul, rep res en ting satd compantee. appeared be- 
fore tbe board and was h^ard at some length la opposition to the resolutions, 
he claiming that the valuations proposed were excessiTe. State Auditor Dunn 
■poke at some length In opposition to the resolutions, he claiming that the 
valuations proposed were not high enough, and that the total aaseBsment ot 
the two companies should be at least 17,000,000.00. Aner some dlscnsslon a 
rote waa taken on Mr. Cooley's motion to adopt tbe resolution, and the roll 
being called there were yeas 14, and nays 6, aa follows: 

Yeas — Johnson, McKIbbIn, Cole, Nelson, Sprague. Qrelner, Hods on, 
Cooley, Palm, Qordon, Shook, Thorpe, Anderson and Van Sant; total, 14. 

Nays — Lawrence, Bralnerd, Laogen, Philley, Strong and Dnnn; total, 6. 

A bsent — Douglas. 

So tbe resolutions were adopted. 

On motion board adjourned to Saturday morning at 10 a. m. 

TWEXTY-NINTH DAT. 

o'clock; quorum present Mr. 

Risahid, By the state board of equalization, that the state auditor be, and 
be is hereby requested to secure from the auditors 6t the various counties In the 
state and to present to this board at its session In 1903 lists of assessments 
made in each county in Ihe vear 1901 in Clnssea IS. IT. 18 and 2T of the personal 
property schedule nmountlnK to tS.OOn and over and any other information 
relative thereto. 

Which was adopted by unanimous vote. 

Atter a abort time spent In committee of tbe whole, tbe committee rose 
and reported, recommending that the assessed value ot the personal and real 
property in the various counties In the state for the year 1902, ae eqttalUed 
by the various local boards ot equalization and reported by the varions 
county auditors to this board, be changed as tollows, viz.; 



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SPECIAL CHANGES, PERSONAL PHOPERTY, UNDER SBC. 1556, STAT- 
UTES OF ISS*. 

Becker County tTlaaa 20— SO per font inrreasa In Village ol Audubon: 50 per 

cpn: d.-crensB In Village of Lake Park, 

Beltrami County Class 19-000 ptr c;nt Intrease In Village of Blackduck, 

t'lasa ^i>— M per cent Increase In Village of Bemldjl. 
Benton County ("laea 2— Cowb— Z1 per cent Increase, except Ln East 8t. 

ClaSB 5—40 per cent Increase, except In East St. Clood. 

I 'lass HI— .V) per cent Increase, pxeeot In East St. Cloud. 
Big Stone County. .. -Class 19—10 per cent Increase In Villages of Beardsley and 
Clinton: 20 per cent Increase In Vlllaiie at 
araocvllle; SO per cent Increase In Akron and 
Village of Odessa. 
Claaa 24—10 per cent increase In City of OrtonvlUe; 43 per 
cent increase In Village of OracevlUe. 
Blue Earth County. ..Clasa 1— Horses 3 years old and over— 20 per cent Increase 
In City ot Mankato and 10 per cent Increase In 
balp.nce of county. 
Class 5— ?3H per cent Increase in Madison I.ake and Village 
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Class 2*—M per cent Increase In Village of Mapleton. 

Brown County Class 16— 2,'l per cent Increase In City of New Ulra. 

Class 20-10 per cent Increase In Springfield; 20 per cent 
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.ent Increase In Hanska. 
Class 24—10 per cent Increase in Comfrey and Sleepy Eye. 

Carlton County Class IT— 25 per cent Increasf in Towns of Twin Lakes and 

Rod Clover and .WO per cent Increase In Village 

Carver County Class 24 — 5 per cent Increase In Chaska City and S per cent 

dvrr'a.HP in Wstertown. 

Cass County class 17-100 per cent Increase In Village of Cass Lake. 

Chippewa County class 20— no per cent Incri-ase In Village of Maynard. 

Class 24— .1 per cent decrease In Village of Montevideo. 

Chisago County ( lass 10-20 per cent Incr-jase In Village of Rush City and 200 

per cent Incrcuse in Village of North Branch. 

Clay County la-s -^4- a) per cmt di-criii."e In VlllaRe of Ulen. 

Cottonwood County. ..Class 1— Horses 3 years old and over— 20 per cent tncreoae In 
VlllHBes o[ Ulngham Ijake, Mountain Lake and 
Wind.™. 
Clasa 11—00 per cent increase, except In Dale and Westbroolc 

Townships. 
Class 24—5 P'.'r cent Increase In Village of Mountain Lake 
anil 10 per cent Incrcane in Village of Jetlers. 

Dakota County Class 24—5 per cent Increase In Village ot LaKeville and City 

or I-IastLiga: M per cent Increase in Village of 
llumpton; 20 per cent decrease In City ot South 
St. Paul. 

Dodge County Class 16-45 per cent Increase in Villages of Kasson and 

Weat Concord, and 25 per cent Increaae In bal- 
ance of county. 
Class 20-00 per cent Increase In Village of Dodge Center 
and 500 per cent Increaae Tn Village of Clare- 
Class 24— 2ri per cent decrease In Village of West Concord. 
Class 27—100 per cent Increase In Village of Mantorillle. 

Douglas Counly Class lli-TiO per cent increase In Village of Brandon, 

Class 22-20 per cent Increase In Village of Kensington. 
Faribault County Class 10—40 per cent Increase In City of Blue ISarth and Vil- 
lage ot Winnebago CUy. and 25 per cent In- 
crea.^e In Village of Wells. 
Class 19-20 per cent increase in Foster; SO per cent Increase 
In Village of Wlnneb.igo City; 78 per cent .n- 
crease In Village of Klmore; 100 per cent In- 
crease In Lura and Village of Easton. 
Class 20—20 per cent Increase In Village of Delavan; 2& per 

cent Increaae In Seely and Village ol Brlcelyn. 
Class 24—10 per cent Increase In Village of Winnebago City; 
10 per cent increaae In Seely and VlTlago of 
Brlcelyn; 25 por cent increase In Klester and 
village; 200 per cent Increase in Village ot Min- 
nesota Lake; 23 per cent decrease in Romo and 
Village ot Frost. 

Fillmore County Class 19-20 per cent increaae In Carrolton. 

Class 20—20 per cent Increase In Fountain and Harmony; SO 
per cent Increase tn Spring Valley City. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 397 

Freeborn County Class lU-20 per cent Increase in Village of Emmona; S3H per 

cent Increaae In VlllaBS of Shell Rock; 50 per 
cent Increase ip viltanB nt Hartliind. 

Ooodbue County Clasa 14—500 per cent Inereai 

Claaa 16-83tt p— ■■ 



100 per cent Increnae In Village of Goodhue. 
Claaa 30— Sri per cent increase In Village of Kenyon. 

Orant County Class 19—20 per cent Increase In Village of Herman. 

Class 23—100 per cent decrease In Vlllase of Hoffman. 
Class 24—10 per cent decrease In Village of Hoffman; 10 per 

cent Increase In Village of Ash by. 
Class 2T-M iter cent Increase In Village of Herman. 

Hennepin County Class 23-334 per cent Increase In Mlnnetrlsta. 

Hubbard County Oass IT— 7.1 jier cent Increase In Akeley. 

Jackson County Class 19—10 per cant Increase In Vlllase of Alpha; 13 par 

c<-nt Increase In Village of Heron Cake; 40 par 
tent Increase tn Village of Jackson. 
Class 20-30 p4>r cent increase in Village of Jackson. 
Class 24— a.', per cent Increase In Village of Wilder. 

Kandlvohl County Class 20— lUO per cent decrease In Village of Raymond. 

Class 24—10 per cent Increase In Village ot Atwater. 

KIttsnn County Class 19-50 per cent increase in Village or Kennedy. 

Lake Coi'nty Class IT— ISO per rent increase In Town of Fall Lake. 

Le Sueur County '■!»»« m- rni per i-.'nt tncreaae in Cllv of Le Sueur. 

Class 20—20 per cent Increase In Village of LeSueur Center: 
50 pifF cent Increase In City of Watervllle. 

Lincoln County Class J4— 1.1 per pent Increase In Village of Ivonhoe. 

Lyon County ''lass V.\—11T, \,-t cent increase In City of Tracy. 

Class 21—10 per cent Increase In City of Tracy; 12M per cent 
increase In Village of Mlnneota: 20 per cent 
Increase In Village ot Balaton. 

McLeod Co-intr Class 24-S per cent Increase In VlUnRe of Glencoe and 33H 

per cnt Increase In Siimte.-. 

Marahall Cminty (Tlass 24—1-1 per cent decrease In Village of Stephen. 

Martin County Class 16-10 per cent Increase in City ot Fairmont and S3H 

per cent Increase In Village of Sherburn. 
Class 19—20 ]>er cent Increase In City of Fairmont; 10 per 
cent increase In Village of Sherburn; 15 iter cent 
Increase In Village of Welcome. 
Class 24—15 per cent Increase in Village of Granada; 29 per 
cent Increase In Village of Ceylon; 30 per cent 
Increase In Village of Truman. 

Meeker County Class 24—10 per cent IncrcaFc In Forest Prairie and VUlagS 

of Lltohfleld: 20 per c.'nt Iner.iise In Acton; 25 

MItle Lacs County Clasa li>-25 per cunt Increase In Village of Princeton and 10 

per cent Increase In balance of county. 
ClaNs ID— 0*;^ per cent Increase In Village of Mllaca. 

Morrison County Clnsa 1C-S3V4 per cent Increase In City of Little Falls and 10 

per cent Increase In balance of county. 
Clns.'! 21-r. ppr rent Increase in VtllaBe of Koyalton and 25 
per cent Increase in City of Little Palls, 

Mower County rinsn 10- .V) per cent Increase In Haclne; 100 per cent Increase 

In Villages of Le Roy and Grand Meadow; GOD 
per cent Increase In Village of Bargeant. 
Class 20-:;.1 per cent increase In Village of Adams. 
Class 21—10 per cent increase in Village of Lyle and S5 per 

per cent Increase in Village of Le Roy. 

Clasa 2U-000 per cent Increase In City of Austin and 100 per 

cent Increase In balance of county. 

Murray County Class 10—10 per cent Increase In Village of Lake Wilson; 23 

per cent Increase in Village of Avoca; 100 per 
cent Increase In Village of Fulda. 
Class 24—5 per cent Increase In Village of Fulda; 20 per cent 
Increase in ^'illage of lona; 25 per cent Increase 
In Village of Currle. 

Nicollet County Class 21-10 per cent Increase in St. Peter. 

Nobles County Class 111—20 per cent Increase In Village of Worthlngton; 

per cent Increase In VII lag 

Class 20-10 per cent Increase in Village of Rushmore; 23 per 
oont Increase In Village of Adrian; GO per cent 
Increase In Village of Dundee; 100 per cent In- 
crease in Village of Bound Lake; 300 per cent 
Increase In Blgelov/. 

Cln.^s 21-10 per cent increase in Village of Wilmont; 45 par 
cent Jncreose In Villaga of Adrian, 
Norman County Class 20—20 \k-t cent increase in \*llla«e of Gary. 

Class 24—10 per cent Incrdse In Villages of Halstad Uid 
Twin Valley. 



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; in City of Rocheater. 

1 In VlUaee of EJyota; 20 per 

t decrease In High Forest Township. 

8 19—25 per cent IncreHoe In VlllagOB of Battle Lake, 
Leer Creek and New York; 100 per cent Increase 
in Vlllaee of Perham. 
3 aO-aO per cent Increase in Parkers Prairie. 
B S4— 10 per cent Increase in City of Fercua Falls; 10 per 
— t decrease In Village of Hennlnr 



. Claas IT—SO per c 



Increase in Ken 
balance of 
aasB 18-8S>« per cent 1 



Kettle Rlvor; 66% per cent 

and Ti per cent Increase In 

iaae In Sandstone and 10 per cent 



_j Holland and Edserton: 3D0 

per cent uicreu-oK In Troskey. 
Class 20—20 per cent increase In Pipestone. 
Clan 24—5 per cent increase tn Rutliton: 10 per cent tncreaae 

in Woodstock. 



Claas 



and 10 p 
19-JO per cent 

cent Increase in Oi 
Fosston: 25 per cent 

Class 21—20 per cent lncr< 



Pope County Class 

Red Lake Count; 



Renville C'-imt 
Rice County. . . 
Sock County.. 
St. Louis l;oui 



East Grand Porka 

... „alance of county. 

In^VillaKe of Mclntoshi 20 p«r 

in^VlilBge ofBel- 



'lass 20—40 per 



24—10 per i 
19—10 per ( 
24—6 per ci 



Class 24—3 per c< 



tn Village of Ersklne. 
cr i^t^iu iiivreaBe m Village r>f Mclnto.^h: 10 per 
cent Increase In Vlllaee of fertile; 25 per cent 
Inrreaao In VUlasa of Fisher. 

'-- - Villages of CiruB and 



mt increase In Village of Starbuck. 

ent Increase In City of Thief Rlyt-r Falls 

per cent Increase in balance of county. 

mt Increase In Village of St. Hllalre. 

■nt Increase In City of Redwood Falls. 

It Increase In Village of Lamberton; 10 per 

ncrease In Village of Wabaaso; l."i per cent 

ise In Village of Morgan; BO per cent In- 

> In Village of Bel view. 

Hse in Village of Morton; 20 per 



„. -. Olivia. 

Illagre of Renville, 
ept In City of NortI 



e In Village of 1 
He In Hardwlck 
le in Magnolia; 



24—10 per cen 

L7— 2.1 per cent"l ncrease in ■ 

and In Cities of Towl. ...„ 

> per cent Increaae in Village of HIbbtng Mid In 
City of Duluth; *i per cent Increase In City of 
Tuwer; TAi per cent Increase in Village of Blwa- 
blk; 100 per cent Increase In City of Ely. 

20-200 per cent increase In City of Duluth. 

24—20 per cent decrease In Village of Hlbblng. 

in r.n — . i ■_ ,.,... ., Jordan; 6 per cent 



Class 24—10 per cent 
..Class 10—25 per cent 
. . Class 1— Horses 1 y 



f Shakopee. 
-■ y of Ne.. _._, 
t in East St. C 



old— 40 per rent Increase" In City of 
^L. 1,1111111 nnd 10 per cent Increase In balance of 
county, excepting City o( Sauk Centre. 

1— Horses 2 years nld-33'/i per cent Increase In City of 
St. Cloud and 15 per cent Increase In balance of 
county, excepting City of Sauk Centre. 

1— Horses 3 years old and over— 10 per eent Increase In 
City of Sauk Centre; 23 per cent Increase In City 
of Melrose; 33ii per cent Increase In City of Bt. 
Cloud; 20 per cent Increase In balance of county. 

2— Cattle 1 year old— SO per cent decrease In City of 



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a 2— Cattle 2 years old— 15 per cent Increase. 

in Cities ol St. Cloud and Sauk Centi 
S 5-20 per cent Incrtase tn City of St. Cloud 
B 16—15 per cent liiorease in City oi St. Cloud. 
IB 10—10 per cent increaee In VIllaKB ot Freepc 

c«nt Increase In VlllaaeH ot Belgrade 






Steele County Class 

Class 
Class 

Stevens County Class 

Swltt County Class 

CiUBf 

Todd County Class 

Traverse County Claaa 

Qass 

Wabasha Co uc I y Clasa 

Waifca Ci.uoty Class 

QaM 



20-10 per cent Increase In Village of Richmond; W pe 
cent Increase In City of Melrose; 50 oer cen 
decrease In Vlllase of Kimball. 

23-tmi, per cent Increase In VlllHge of Cold Springs. 

2*-12',-i per cent Increase In VIlTaKe of New Paynes 
vlUe. 

Ifi— 2j per cent Increase In City otpwatonna. 






e ot c 



a 831^ 



Washington County. 
Watonwan I'^oimty.. 

WHkIn County..'.... 



24-10 per c_... _. _ _..„ 

and 25 per cent dec-rease In Village of Ellendale. 

per cent Increaae In Village of Benson; 100 pei 
cent increase In Village of Murdock; 300 per 
— - '--rease In Mover. 

Increase In Vlllaee of Kerkhoven. 
Increase In Village oi Bi-nson. 
: Increase In Village of Bertha. 
Increase In Vlllaee of Slaplps. 

■ in Tlntah; 2S per cent Increase 

own" a Valley. 

_. __ , In Village of Brown's Valley. 

24-50 per cent Increase In Village of Wheaton. 
24-^ per cent Increase in Village of Maaeppa. 
16—50 per cent increase In City o( Wasaca and 2~- iH-r 

cent Increase In balance ot county, 
24—10 per cent Increase In City ot Waseca and 15 jur 

cent Increase In Village ot Jane.ivllle. 
IT— 2J per cent Increase In Baytown and Soutli Stlll- 

10—10 per cent Increase In Odin and City of St. Jani.M, 
20—100 per cent Increase In City o( St. James, 



10—75 per c 



20—10 per c 
24—35 per ( 
19-300 per 
24— 2fl per t 

16—10 per (__ 

In Village 
20—23 per cent in 



i..ake: 40 per ■.■-t decrease In Village ot Cokato. 
» 22—10 per cent Inir. .i..f In Villnge of Rocktord. 
9 24—5 per cent incteaai- in Villaee of BufTalo; 10 per 

cent Increase in Village ot Howur 

---- ' iJn^Vinage ot Mo 

. /Blage ot°E 

p.. .n Friendship; 15 per c. 

crease In Hazel Run and Village of Port 



SPECIAL CHANGES, PERSONAL PROPERTY. UNDER CHAPTER Vii. 
LAWS OF 1897, 



Anoka County Class 24— (in City ot Anolia) assessment of shares of stock ot 

Anoka National Bank. Increased S per cent. 

Blue Harth County. . . Class 24— (In City ot Mankato) assessment of shares ot stock 
of First National Bank. Increased 10 per cent. 
and ot National Citizens' Bank, increased 30 per 
cent, and ot Mankato State Bank, increased 5 

Carver County Class 22— (In Carver) assessment of Anton Knoblauch, in- 
creased 100 per cent. 
Class J4— (in Young America) asaosament of shares ot stock 
ot Bank of Norwood, Increased S per cent. 

Faribault County Clajiis 24— (In Village ot Wellsl assessment of shares of stock 

ot Wells Bank, increased IB per cent. 

Freeborn County Claas 10— <ln Village ot Alden) assessment ot Guy R. Larson. 

Increased 200 per cent. 



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IJennepln Coanty Class 1 

Class 2 



n City ut M[nneai)ollB) aBBeasinenC of W. 3. Hill & 
Co., Increased 2o per cant. 

n CILy of Minneapolis) value of capital stock of 
Minneapolia Qas Light Company Increased to 
arul tbced at 1800.000.00; and value o! capital 
stock or Minneapnlls Street Railway Company 



Incr 



Class 2i— (In C 



Lsed t 



Lnd llxed a 



«,065.0( 



t shares of 



ICandly 


ohl C 


,,ly 


Llnojln 
I.vun C 


Cou 


ty 


Martin 


Conn 


y 


Nablaa 


Coun 




Norma 
01n\3te 


1 Coi 


nty 



Otter Tall County.. 
Polk County 



Red Lake County.. 

Itedwooil Counly.. 

Renvnifi County ... 
nici) County CI 



., ,„ ; Security Bank. 8 per cent; ^uth 

Side State Bank, 20 per cent; Oerm an- American 
Bank. 25 per cent, 
n ViUaKS of Caledonia) assesament of A. D. 
Sprague. increased 29 per cent, and (In Vlllase 
of Spring Orovsl assaasment of N. O. OnsBard, 
increased 10 per cent. 
n City of Willmar) aSBessment of shares of StOOk 
of Kandiyohi County Bank. Increased B per cant, 
and of Bank of Willmar, Increased 12\4 per cent 
'lIlaKS of Tyler) assessment of shares of stock 
[ First National Bank, Increased SO per cent. 
'illage of Cottonwood) aBseBsment of shares Of 
lock of Security State Bank, increased 10 par 
cent, and (in City of Marshall) asHeasmettt of 
shares of stock ot First National Bank, in- 
creased 10 per cent, 
in City of Fairmont) assessment of shares of stocft 
of Martin County National Bank, Increased 85 



s 24— (in ' 

s 24-(in ■ 



s 16— (in VlllBfce of Ada) aanessment of Wild Rtce Lum- 
ber Co., increased 10 per cent. 

a 24— (in Village of Ada) assessment of shares of stock 
of First National Bank. Increased 30 per cent. 

s 22— (In Township of High Forest) assBsament of Fred 



stock of Scand la- American Bank, increased 10 

n Village of Glenwood) assessment of POfM 
County Bank, Increased BO per cent. 

n City of St. Paul) iissp-oment ol John Martin 
Lumber Co., In^reasetl 25 per cent. 

n City of St. Paul) value of capital stock of St. 
Paul Gaa Light Co.. ' •• • ■* *" — -" -* 



, Increased to and flxed at 

SMXI.llOO.OOr anil value of capital stock of St. 
Paul City Railway Company, Increased to and 



Paul City Rf . . ... 

.iJted at fa.3S6,BBT.Bt. 

n City of Bt. Paul) assessment of shares of stock 

of the Toll owing nanks. Increased as follows: 



of stock of First State Bank, increased 30 per 



s 24-~(ln City of Redwood Falls) ajtseasment i 



of stock of Bank e 

12H per cent, 
s 24-{in Village of Hector) t 






Redwood Falls, ln( 



,.' shares of stock 

, increased 12^ per cent. 

]ment of sharea of stock 

. Bank, Increased 5 per cent 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 401 

Rock County Class 24— (In Village ot Luverne) assessment ot shares o( 

stock ot Rock County Bank, Increased SO par 

St. Iioula Counly Class 21— (In City of Duluth) assesHment of shares of stock 

ol First National Bank. Increased 1 per cent. 

Ptevens County Claas 30— <tn vniaso ot Morris) assessment of Steven* 

County Bank, Increased TH per cent. 
Class 21— (In VIllaBe of Choklo) asHessment oC shares nt 
stock of Choklo State Bank, Increased 23 per 

Swift County Class 24— (In Vlllace of Appleton) aBBeiwment of Bharea of 

stock of Appleton State Bank, Increased 10 per 
cent, and Bank oI Appleton. Increased 00 per 

Todd County class 24-(ln Village of Lodb Pratrle) aaseesment of shares 

of stock of Bank ot Long Prairie, increased 3 
Traverse County class 1»- (In "village oI Wheaton) assessment ot Bank of 

,„ . . „ Wheaton, Increased 33ii per cent. 

Wabasha County Class 24-(ln l«ke City) assessment of shares ot stock Of 

,,„„ , „ Cltliens' Bank. Increased IZM per cent. 

Wilkin County class 21— (la VIllaBe of Breckenrldge) assessment of shares 

ot stock of First National Bank, Increased C> 

Tellow Medicine Co. ..(.lass 21-(ln tillage' of Cafiby) assessment of shares of 
stock of Citizens' fitate Bank, Increased 5 per 



SPECIAL CHANGES, REAL PROPB!RTY; UNDER SECTION 1656. STAT- 
UTES OP 1894. 

Carver County 15 per cent IncTPase, excepting In City of Chaska. 

Mllle Iiacs County 10 per pent Increase In Villages of Mlloca and Princeton, and 

40 per cent Increase In balance ot county. 

Morrison County ..2J per cent Increase in City o( Little Palls, and 80 per cent 

Increase In halance of county. 

Nobles County IS per cent increase, (.iceptlng In Village of Worthlngton. 

Otter Tall Ooun'y W) per cent Increase, excepting in City ot Fergus Falls. 

Stearns County ZO per cent Increase lii City of Melrose and TB per cent In- 
crease In balance of county, excepting In Cities 
of St. Cloud and Sauk Centre. 

Sterio Co'inty 5 per cent lncrea?ie. excepilng in Village of Blooming 

Pralrl?. 

WaihtHSton County. .10 per cent Increase, excepting In City of Stillwater. 

The report of the committee of tbe whole was accepted, and on motion 
the same was adopted, and by unanimous vote It was ordered that the value 
of the person&l and real property of the state for the year 1902 be changed as 
recommended by said report, and that the resulting values, together with the 
values which have not been changed hereby, be adopted as the established 
values of the personal and real property In the state for the year 1902. 

Tbere appearing to be no further business to be transacted, the board, 
then, on motion adjourned sine die. 



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PKOOEEDINGS 

OP THE 

STATE BOAED OF EQUALIZATION. 

SESSION OP leoi. 

FIRST DAT. 

St. pAut, Tueaday, Sept 3, 1901. 

la accordance with the laws ot the State of Mlnneeota, the persona com- 
prising the State Board of Kquallzatlon met at the state auditor's offlce In the 
Capitol building this day, the following being present: 

Ghas. Betcber ot Goodhue county, representing the First Judicial diB- 
trlct. 

Joseph McKlbbIn of Ramsey county, representing the Second Judicial 
district. 

J. Q. Lawrence of Wabaaha county, representing the Third Judicial dis- 
trict. 

Emerson Cole of Hennepin county, representing the Fourth judicial dis- 
trict 

A O. Lelclt of Steele county, representing the Fifth Judicial district. 

Nets J. Nelson ot Watonwan county, representing the Sixth Judicial dis- 
trict. 

C. M. Sprague. ot Stearns county, representing the Seventh Judicial dis- 
trict. 

Fred Grelner of Carver county, representing the Eighth Judtclal dis- 
trict. 

Joseph Dlepolder of Nicollet county, representing the Ninth Judicial dis- 
trict. 

0. O. Laugen of HouBton county, representing the Tenth judicial dis- 
trict. 

J. C. Mlschler of St. Louis county, representing the Eleventh Judicial dis- 
trict. 

1. L. Phlney of Lac qui Parle county, representing the Twelfth judicial 
district. 

H. M. Palm, of Nobles county, representing the Thirteenth Judicial dis- 
trict. 

N. S. Gordon of Folk county, representing the Fourteenth Judicial dis- 
trict. 

J. N. Marr of Aitkin county, representing the Fifteenth Judicial district. 

G. C. Thorpe erf Stevens county, representing the Sixteenth Judicial dis- 
trict. 

C. N. Peterson of Martin county, representing the Seventeenth Judicial 
district 

Daniel Anderson of Isanti county, representing the Eighteenth judicial 
district. 

Also, Gov. S. R. Van Sant, State Auditor R. 0. Dunn and Attorney General 
W. B. Douglas, members ex-ofDclo. 

The members from the various districts having taken and subscribed to 
the oath prescribed by law. Gov. Van Sant called the board to order at 2 
o'clock p. m. 

On motion Mr. Betcher of Goodhue county was elected president pro tern., 
and Mr. PhiUey of Lac qui Parle county was elected secretary pro Mm. 

State Auditor Dunn laid before the board the abstracts of assessment of 
personal property from the various counties of the state; also all statements 
of freight lines and equipment companies and of telegraph companies that 
had been flled In his ofBce; also the special returns from the auditors ot the 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 403 

various counties of tbe ssBesBmentB In the various counties under Classes 16 
and IT ol tbe personal property schedule omountlnK to f3,0aa and over, which 
be was, by resolution of the last board, requeeted to secure and present to 
this board. 

On motion the board adjourned to Wednesday morning at 10 a. m. 

SECOND DAY. 

no quorum present. Ad- 
o quorum present. Ad- 

FOURTH DAY. 

Friday morning, September G, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. Tbe day 
was spent In committee of the whole, examining and considering tbe abstracts 
of assessment, and adjournment taken to Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. 

FIFTH DAY. 

t> quorum present. Ad- 

SIXTH DAY. 

Monday afternoon, September 9, at 2 o'clock; quorum present. Tbe after- 
noon was spent In committee of tbe whole, and adjournment taken to 
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. 

SEVENTH DAY, 

Tuesday morning, September 10, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. The day 
was spent In committee of tbe whole, and adjournment taken to Wednesday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

EIGHTH DAT. 

Wednesday morning. September 11, at 10 o'clock; quorum present The 
day was spent in comnflttee of tbe whole, and adjournment taken to Thurs- 
day morning at 10 o'clock. 

NINTH DAY. 

Thursday morning, September 12, at 10 o'clock; quorum present Tbe 
day was spent in committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Friday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

TENTH DAY, 

Friday morning, September 13, at 10 o'clock; qtiorum present. The day 
was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Saturday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

ELEVENTH DAY. 

Saturday morning. September 14, at 10 o'clock; no quorum present 
Adjourned to Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. 

TWELFTH DAY. 

Monday afternoon, September 16, at 2 o'clock; no quorum present Ad- 
jcurned to Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. 

THIRTEENTH DAY. 

Tuesday morning, September 17, at 10 o'clock; no quorum present 
Adjourned to Wedneaday morning at 10 o'clock. 

FOURTEENTH DAY. 

Wednesday morning, September 18, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. The 
day was spent In committee of tbe whole, and adjournment taken to Thurs- 
day morning at lO o'clock. 

FIFTEENTH DAY. 

Thursday morning, September 19, at 10 o'clock: no quorum present. 
Adjourned to Friday morning at 10 o'clock. 



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SIXTEENTH DAY. 

Friday moralDg, September 20, at 10 o'clock; quOTum present. Tbe 
iaj was spent in commtttee of the wbole, and adijourament taken to Satur- 
day morning at 9 o'clock. 

SEVENTEENTH DAY. 

Saturday morning, September 21, at 9 o'clock; quorum present. Tbe 
day was spent In committee at the wbole, and adjournment taken to Mon- 
day afternoon at Z o'clock. 

EIGHTEENTH DAT. 

Monday afternoon, September 23, at 2 o'clock; quorum present, ihe 
afternoon was spent in committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to 
Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. 

NINETEENTH DAY. 

Tuesday morning. September 24, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. 'I'he day 
was spent In committee of the whole, and adjournment taken to Wednesday 
morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTIETH DAY. 

Wednesday morning, September 2E!, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. 
The day was spent In committee of the wbole, and adjournment taken to 
Thuraday morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWENTY-FIRST DAY. 

Thursday morning. September 26, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. Mr. 
Palm offered the following resolution: 

Rrsah'id, That in countlea wher? the itumber at dOKB has not been reported to 
the state auditor, or whrre no value has been Hied thereon, the county auditors 
be InaCructed to place all do^s that have been reported by the aneaBOra On the 
tax list with a vaJue of not lesa than (S each. 
Which waa adopted by a unanimous vote. 
Mr. Palm offered the following resolution: 

Rtsolved, That the state auditor be requested to instruct the county auditors 
to take proper and emdent steps Ihat the property of private bankers which 
had been omitted In their respective counties be assessed at Its proper value and 
placed upon the tax list for the year IHOl, 

Which was adopted by a unanimous vote. 
Mr. Mlschler offered the following resoultion: 

Rriabrd. By the state board of equalization, that the amount of the assess- 
ment or telegraph companies be llxed as rollows, viz.: 

Western Union Telegraph Co 11.000,000.00 

North American Telegraph Co lOO.OOO.OO 

And that the rale ot taxation Is hereby flxed at 2G mills on the dollar: pro- 
vided, however, that should the average rate of taxation tor tbe state (as shown 
by the abstracts of tax lists of Ihe several counties) be less than the rate herein 
fixed, then, and in that case, the state auditor shall make hla draft upon auli 
companies based upon such average rate for the entire state. 

Which was adapted by a unanlmouE vote. 

Mr. Miachler offered the following resoultion: 
Rtsohid, By the state board of equalisation, constituting- a board ot appraisers 
and BsaeBBors for tbe purpose ot ascerlalning and determining the amount and 
value of the proportion of the capital stook of freight line and equipment com- 
panies. representinB capital and property of such companies Owned or used In 
Minnesota, that the amount set opposite the name of each of the companies In 
the following schedule, viz.: 

Armour Packing Co., Kansas City. Mo (3,000.00 

American Refrigerator Transit Co., St. Louis. Mo B.OOO.Ott 

American Tank Line Co., Cleveland, O BOO.OO 

Armour Car Lines. Chicago. Ill 8,000.00 

American Cereal Co.. Despatch, Chicago, III l,0On,<IO 

Arms Palace Horse Car Co., Chicago. HI B.OOO.OO 

Anglo-American Refrigerator Car Co.. Chicago, III l.OOO.W 

American Live Stock Transp. Co., Union Stock Yards. Chicago. Ill l.OOO.OO 

Burton Stook Car Co.. Boston, Haas l.OOO.OO 

California Fruit Transportation Co., Chicago. Ill 2,000.00 

California Fruit Express Co.. Chicago, 111 l.OOri.tHV 

Canila Cattle Car Co., New York City, N. Y 24,000.00 



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AUDITOR OP STATE. 405 

Cedar IUpld!i RefrlRerator Express Co.. Cedar Rapids. la 2.000.00 

Chlcaga, New York & BoBton RerrlKerator Co.. Chicago 2,000.00 

Cold Blast Transportation Co., Kansas Clly. Mo SOO.OO 

Commerce Despatch Line, Chicago, 111 2,600,00 

Cornplanter Rerrlgerator Co 600.00 

Continental Fruit Eipreaa, Chicago, 111 3.000.00 

ChlcBsa Retrlgerator Car Line, ChlosKO, III a.00a00 

Consolidated Cattle Car Co., Chicago. Ill S,O0a0O 

Cudahy Milwaukee Refrigerator Line, Milwaukee, Wis 1,300.00 

Cudahy Packing Co., Bouth Omaha. Neb S.OOD.OO 

Dairy Dealers' Despatch, Chicago, 111 2 000.00 

Dold, Jacob Packing Co., Rerrlgerator Car Line, Kansas City. Mo 2.000.00 

Express Coal Line. Atlanta. Ga fiOO.OO 

Hammond. The Q. H. Co.. Refrigerator Line, Hammond, Ind 3.000.00 

Laurel Hill Car A Coal Co., Chicago. Ill 2.n00.0a 

LIplon Car Lines, Union Stoek Yards, Chicago, III 1.000.(10 

Morrill Refrigerator Line. Ottumwa. la MO.OO 

Menasha Wooden Ware Co., Menaaha, Wis 1,000.00 

Merchants Despatch Transportation Co., New York City .1,000.00 

Milwaukee Manufacturing; Co.. Milwaukee. Wis ROO.nO 

Mann Bros., Chicago, 111 1.000.00 

Morris, Nelson A Co. Chicago. Ill l.fSOO.OO 

National Rolling Stock Co., St. Douls, Mo 3,000.00 

New England Car Co., Boston. Mass 2.SOO.0O 

Omaha Packing Co., South Omaha, Neb 3,000.00 

Peavey Grain Line Co., Minneapolis, Minn 16,000.00 

Peerless Transit Co.. Cleveland. 6,000.00 

Provision Dealers' Despatch, Chicago. Ill S.OOO.OO 

St. Charles Refrigerator Despatch 2 000.00 

St. Louis Refrigerator Car Co., St. Louis. Mo 2,0nn.iiu 

Street's Western Stable Car Lino. Chicago. Ill 2fl.00fl.00 

Swift Refrigerator Line. Union Stock Yards. Chicago, 111 10.000.00 

Two Rivera Manufacturing Co.. Two Rivers. Wis fiOO.OO 

Union Itefrlgerator Transit Co., St. 1jo<i1s. Mo 20,000.00 

ITnlon Tiink Line. New York City, N. Y 50,000.00 

Western Refrlgsrator Line, Chicago. Ill BOO.UO 

Be and the same Is hereby llxed upon and set as the amount and value of said 
proportion of capital stock Dwn<;d or used In Minnesota. 

Which waa adopted by a UDanlmoua vote. 

Mr. Sprague offered the (ollowlng reBolution: 

Resohtd. By the state board of equalization, that the state auditor be. and 
he Is hereby requested to secure from the auditors o( the various counties In 
the stale and to present to the board at Its session In 1902 lists at assessments 

made In each county in the year im2 In Clnsses 16. IT. IB and 2T of the peraonal 

property schedule amounting to fS.oro and over and any Information relative 
thereto. 

Which waa adopted by a unanimous vote. 

The balaace or the day was spent In committee of the whole, and ao- 
Journment taken to Friday mornins at 10 o'clock. 



TWENTY-SECOND DAY. 

Friday morning, September 27, at 10 o'clock; quorum present. The assess- 
ment of the Minneapolis Gas Llsht Co. was taken up. State Auditor 
Dunn moved that the assessment of the company be fixed at |E00,000, and 
otTered a resolution to that effect. Mr. Cole moved to amend by increasing 
the aasessmeDt. as returned by the county board, (46.829, making the total 
valuation (660.000. The amendment prevailed by the following vote: 

Teas — Betcher, Lawrence, Cole. Nelson, Diepolder, Langen, Thorpe, Pe- 
terson, Auderaon; total, 9. 

NajB — Letck, Sprague, Oreitter, Mlscbler, Phllley, Palm, Marr, Dunn; 
total, 8. 

Absent and Not Voting— McKlbbln, Gordon, Van Sant, Douglas. 

The balance of the day was spent in committee of tbe whole, and ad- 
journment taken to Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. 

TWBNTT-THIRD DAY. 

Saturday morning. September 2S, at 1 Oo'clock; quorum preaenL After a 
time spent In committee of the whole, the committee rose and reported, 
recommending that the values shown in the abstracts of the personal prop- 
erty assessment ol tbe several counties in tbe state be changed ai (ollowa. 



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BIENNIAL REPORT 

CHANQES MADE BY THE STATE 

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410 BIENNIAL REPORT 

SPECIAL CHANGES, PERSONAL PROPERTY, UNDER SEC. IBBB, STAT- 
UTES OF 1894. 

.*tioka County CUbb IB— City of Anoka, 20 per cent decrease. 

Beltrami County Llaaa Hi— Village of Hemlujl, :i5 per cent Increase. 

Big Stone C'ounty.- Clasa a>-VlllHge of GracevIUe, 50 per cent Increaae. 

Class 24~.VlllaBe ot GracevUle, 40 per cent increase; City OC 
OnonvlUe, 50 per cent decreaae. 
Blue E^irlh County. . . Class 30— Village of Lake Cryalal. 83W per cent Increase. 

Brown C mnly Class lO-Clty ol New Ulm, 33W per cent Increase; balance of 

counts-, 10 per cent Increase. 
Class 1»-Clly of New i:iin snd VlllsRe of Blcepy Eye. esjzh 
_ 2J per cent Increase. 

Carver County Class 18-Clty ol Chasha, Zl per cent Increase. 

Class 24— Watertown, 2S per cent decrease. 

Cass County Class 27— Firth Asaesiment District, 60 per cent Increase. 

ChlsaKO County Claas 1)»— Village of Llndstrom, 100 per cent Increase. 

Clay County Clasa 18— City ot Moorhcnd, 20 per cent Increase. 

Cottcnwo^ Counly... Clasa lO-VlllaKe of Wlndom, 4^ per eent Increase; balance 

of County, H6% par cent Increase. 
Dakota County Class 17— County, 40 per cent Increase, eicept In City of 

Clasa 24— Village of Farmlngton. 10 per cent Increase; City 
of South St. Paul, 23 per cent Increase. 

Dodge County Class 20— Village of Claremont. 100 per cent Increase. 

Clasa 24— Village of Knsson. 10 per cent decrease. 
clFias 27— Vllliigc nf Hayiield, I'lO per cent increase. 

Faribault County Class IB— Town of Lura and Village of Easton, 100 per cent 

Increase: Vlllase of Elmore, CO per cent In- 
Class 20-Vlllage oV Winnebago City, 60 per cent Increase. 
Class 24-Town and Village oF Klester, lOO per cent IncresM; 
Town of Beely, Village of Brlcelyn and City ot 
Blue Earth, each B per cent Increase; Village of 
Elmore. 15 per cent Increase; Village of wrnne- 
bagro City. 10 per cent Increase. 

Fillmore County Class 10— Carrclton, ItJO per cent Increase; Wykolt. 200 per 

cent Increase; Clly ot Spring Volley, 50 per cent 

Class 24— City of Spring Valley, 20 per cent Increase. 

Preebom County Class 10— Village of Alden, 100 per cent Increase. 

Class 24— Village of Aldao, 10 per cent Increase. 

Goodhue County Clasa 10— Central Point, Hay Creek, Wacouta, Village of 

Zumbrota and City of Red Wing, each 20 per 
cent Increase; balance ot County, BOH per cent 

Class IC-Red Wing and Village of Cannon Falls, each 10 

per cent Increase. 
Class 17— Red Wing, 10 per cent Increase; Village Ol Pine 
Island, 2uo per :rent increase. 

Hubbard County Class 20— Village of Kenyon, M per cent Increase. 

Class 24— Village ot Kenyon, 20 per cent decrease. 
aass 17— Akeley, 150 per cent Increase; Village of Park Rap- 
ids. 100 per cent Increase. 
Class IS— Fern, 100 per tent Increase. 

Jnckson Cunty Class 2i>— Village of Jackson, 2j per cent Increase. 

Le Sueur County Class 10— Village ot Montgomery, 25 per cent increase; City 

of Watervllle, WW-', per cent Increase. 
Clasa ZO— City ol Le Sueur. 50 per cent Increase. 

Lyon Countv Class 1(1— City of Tracy. 80% per cent Increase; VIllMK °t 

Mlnneota, 25 per cent Increase. 

Marshall County Class 24— Village of Argyle. 30 per cent Increase. 

Martin County cliiss 10— County, 50 per cent Increase, except In City of 

Fairmont. 
Class 24— Villages of Qranada and Welcome, each 25 per cent 
Increase; Village of Sherburn, 20 per cent In- 
crease; Village of Truman, 40 per cent Increase. 

Meeker Countv Class 24— Forpst Prairie. lO per cent Increase; Manannah. 

45 per cent Increase; Village of Lltchneld, 5 per 

Mine LncB County Class 17-Vlllaee of Mllaca. 75 per cent Increase. 

Clnss 1!)— Village of Princeton, 100 per cent Increase. 
Class 24— Village ot Milaca, 100 [>er cent Increase, 

Morrison County Class 16— City of Uttle Falls, 23 per cent Increase; balanc* 

of (Tounty. 10 per cent Increase. 

Mower County Clasa 16— City of Austin, 33M per cent increase; balance of 

County, 10 per cent Increase. 
Class IB— Village of Grand Meadow. 100 per cent Increase, 
Class 22— Village ol Sargeant. 50 per cent Increase; balance 

of County. 20 per cent Increase. 
OasB 24— Racine, 100 per cent Increase: Vitlage of 1« Roy. 
eit% per cent increase; Village of Lyle. 50 per 



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AUDITOR OF 3TATB. 411 

Murray County Clasa 10— Village al Fulda. 50 per cent Increase. 

ClBBB 24— VlUaBe of Fulda. 40 per cent Increaae. 

Nobles County Class 16— VillaKe of Adrian, 25 per cent Increase; Village of 

Wortliington, 75 per cent Increase, 
Class 20— Village of Adrian, 25 per cent Increase; Villages of 
Brevster and EUswortb, each H) per cent In- 
creaae; Village of Bushmore. SffK per cent In- 
Class 34-Vlllago Of Adrian, 35 per cent Increase: VUlaBea of 
Ellsworth and wflmont, each G per cent In- 
crease; Village of Worthlngton, 10 per cent In- 
Norman County Class £4— Vlllase of Halstad, 5 per cent decrease; Village of 

Twin Valley, fl per cent Increase, 
Oli>i8ted County Class 24— Village of Eyota, 20 per cent decrease; High For- 
est, 15 per cent Increase. 

Otter Tall County Class 10— City of Fergus Falls, 25 per cent increase; balance 

of Counly, 10 per cent Increase. 
Class 1[»— Village of Perham. 50 per cent Increase. 
ClasH 24— 3d Ward of City of I'ergus Falls, 12'A per cent In- 

Plne County Class 16— Hinckley and Rook Creek, each 60 per cent In- 
crease; Sandstone and Village of Fine City, 
each 25 per cent Increaae; Surgeon L,ake, 10 
per cent Increase. 
Class IT— Kerrlck and Kettle River, each 150 per cent in- 
Class 18— FInlayson, 200 per cent Increase; Sandstone, ROO 
per cent Increase; balance of County, 10 per cent 

Class ID— Sandstone, T5 per cent Increase. 
Plp.-Btone County ...Class 10— Village of Bdgerton, 50 per cent Increase. 

Class 21— Village ol Woodstock, 45 per cent decrease. 

Polk County Class 21— City of East Grand Forks, 23 per cent decrease; 

Villages of Fertile and Fisher, aach 10 i>er 



ich 10 p 



: VUlages of Foaaton and Mcintosh. 
,„ _ Dixi:ij iv per cent defrease, 

Por= County ....Class 20-Village of dlenwood, 2; per cent Increaae. 

Red Lake County Claas 17— Village of St. Hllaire, 20 per cent Increase; balance 

_ of County, 10 per cent Increase. 

Redwood Counly Class IB-Vesta and Village of Walnut Grove, each BO per 

Renville County Class 10— Village of Morton, 50 per cent Increase; Village of 

Olivia. 25 per cent Increase. 
„, „ Class 21— Village of Franklin, 15 per cent decrease, 

nice County Clasa 16— Cltv of Faribault. 20 per cent increase 

Class 21-Vlllage of Morrlstown. 20 per cent Increase 

Rock County ..Class 20— Hardwick, 50 per cent Increaae 

St, Louis County Claas 17— City of Xower, 100 per cent increase; Town of 

Morse, GO per cent Increase 
Class 19— City of Dulutti. 25 per cent Ini-Tease; City of Ely, 

Class 24— City of Tower, 2S per cent Increase 
„ , „ Class 27-Clty of Virginia, 50 per cent Increase. 

Scolt County. Claas 19-Clty of Jordan. 3BH per cent Increaae 

_. . „ Class 24-Clly of Shakopee. 5 per cent Increase. 

Sherburne County Class 20- Village of Clear Lake, 50 per cent Increaae; Village 

-,... „ _ of Elk River, 23 per cent increase. 

15'*/ County. Class li>-Vlllage of Gaylord, Offft per cent Increase. 

Stearng C«UDty Class 5-Clly of St. Cloud, 20 per cent increase 

Class 8— City of St. Cloud, 20 per cent Increase. 

Class 16— City of 8t. Cloud, 10 per cent Increase. 

Class Ift-Vlllage of Belgrade, 20 per cent Increase; Village 
of New PaynesvlUe and City of St. Cloud, each 

Clasa 20— Village of Brooten, 33W'per cent Increase; City of 

Melrose. 20 per cent Increase, 
Class 22-Cllv of Sauk Centre. 33^4 per cent Increase 
Swift County Claas 10- Village of Benson, 86% per cent Increaae; Moyer, 25 

„ , „ Class 24 — Village of Benson, l.l per cent Increase 

Todd County Class iO-Vlllage of Bertha^ 2o6 per cent IncretUe 

_ „ £!"» 24— Village of Staples. 10 per cent Increase 

Traverse County aass 19-Browns Valley. 25 per cent increase; Wheaton, 50 

per cent Increase. 

Class 20-Browns Valley, 2S per cent Increase. 

Class 2S-Dumont. GO per cent Increase; balance of County, 
Wabasha County CTass lO-VlllagJ^'f Elgln,"S*^'cent Increase 

Class 24— Wabasha. 5 per cent increase. 



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412 BIENNIAL REPORT 

Wadeca County ClftBi 20— Blueberry, 23 per cent Increaae. 

Waseca. County Class Ift-Clty or Waseca, 10 per cent Increase. 

Watonwan County Class 2*— VIllaBB ot Madella, 25 per cent Increase; City of Ht, 

Winona County Class 16— City of Winona, S per cent Increaae. 

Class 2a-~Cltles ot at. Charfes and Winona, eacb WO pa 
cent In crease. 
Wrluht County Class IB-VlllaKe ot Roekford, 25 per cent Increase. 



8 21— Village ot BuHalo. 10 per cent decrease; VlllaKe of 
Cokato. 40 per cent decrease; VlUace ol Ddano. 
15 per cent Increase: VlllaKe of Howard Lake. 



: VlUaKS of Montlcello, L. 

per cent increase; Village of Waverty, 30 per 

Yelldw Medicine Co. .Class 24— Friendship. SO per cent Increase; VlIiaBe of Porter, 
10 per cent decrease. 



SPECIAL CHANGES, PERSONAL PROPERTY, UNDER CHAPTER 13*. 
LAWS OF 1S87. 

Freeborn County Class 24— (In City of Albert I>a) shares of stock of Albert 

I«a National Bank, Increased 20 per cent. 

Goodhue County Class 24— On Oily of Red Wins) shares of stock of Goodhue 

County Bank, increased 60 per cent, and ahares 
of stock of First National Bank, Increased Q 

Grant County Class 24— (In VlllaKe of Elt)OW Lake) share* of stock of Bank 

of Elbow Lake, Increased S per cent. 

Henne[.in Cdinty Class 17— (In City of Mlnneapolls> aSBessnient ol ShevUn-Car- 

penler Co., Increased 15 per cent. 
Class 23— (In City of Minneapolis) assessed value of capital 



neapolls Qas LiKht Co., Increased ti 
teDO,000, and assessed value ol cap- 



and flied at (600,000, and assessed value ol cap- 
ital stock of Hlnnea_pollfl Street Railway Co., 
Increased to and fixed at t2,T03,86S, subject to a 
deduction therefrom, in each case, ot the value 
of the property speclfled In Items 6 and T nf 
section 1&30, Statutes of ISM. Assessment of 
Mill Sons ft Co., Increased 100 per cent. 
Class 2i— (In City ot Minneapolis) shares of stock of follow- 
InK banks Increased as follows; First National 
Bank, 5 per cent; N. W. National Bank, 25 per 
cent; German-American Bank, 5 per cent; Ger- 
mania B-ink, W per cent; South Side State 
Bank.' 10 per cent; Hennepin County SavlnKs 
Bank, 13 per cent. 

Hutbard County Class 27- (In Village of Park Raplda) assessment of follow- 
ing named parties Increased as follows; K. B. 
Davis to t4S0; Qeo, Elleraick to 12.500: Henry 
Ellerslck to tZ.500; Wm. Ellersick to (2.500; 
fh.ii. Gage to f.'>OI); J. 8. Fleddltch to fSOD: Ida 
B. Kerr to (150; Geo. Rlma to I2o0: Frank Tibla- 
towskl to 11,000; P. D, Wlnahlp to |2S0; Herman 
Ellerslck to (3,500; and John Ellerslck to 13.500- 
the increase In each case over original assess- 
ment to be placed tn Class 27. 

jHclison County Qass 21— (In Village of Heron Lake) shares of stock of First 

,. . . _ National Bank, increased 40 per cent. 

KanJIyohl County.. .. Class 24-(ln Village "f WlUroar) shares of slock of Bank of 
Wlllmar, Incressfd 15 per cent: and shares ot 
stock of Kandiyohi County Bajik, increased S 

I^c qui Parle Co'jnty. Class 19— (In VlllaKe of Dawson) shares of stock ot Bank of 
Dawson (assessed In Class IS), increased 10 per 

Lyon County Class 24— On Cliy' ot Marshall) sharps of stock of First Na- 
tional Bank, Increased IS per cent. 

McLeod County Class 24— (In Village of Hutchinson) shares of stock of Cltl- 

tens' Bank, Increased 15 per cent- 
Martin County Class 24— (tn City ot Fairmont) shares of stock of Martin 

„ County National Bank. Increased 20 per cent. 

Mower County Class 24— (In City of Austin) shares of stock of First National 

Bank, increased 50 per cent; and shares of stock 
of Cltli3ns' National Bank, Increased 33 per 

Norman County Class 24~(ln VlllaKe of Ada) shares of stock ot First Na- 
tional Bank, Increased SO per cent. 



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AUDITOR OF STATE. 



OlmBted County CIeusb 

Pipestone County CIbbb 

Ran^Bcy County Class 

Red Lake County ciaas 

Rtfd»3Td Ccunty Class 

Rice County Class 

Hock Ccunty Class 

81, Louis County Class 



stock of 
2i— (In VHIage of Pipestone) 



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National Bank, Increaaed B p.__ 

23— {In City ol St. Paul) nsaenneEl value of capital stock 
Of Bt. Paul City Railway Co.. Inereaeed to and 
flxed at tl.SMI.^'ia, subject to a deduction there- 
from of the value of the property speclfled In 
Hems fl and T of section 1530, Statutes of 1894. 

21— (in City of St. Paul) shares of stock of Ucsndlna- 
vlan-Amerlcan Bank, Increased 25 per cent. 

24— (In City of Thief River FbIIb) shares of stock of 
ScandlH State Bank. Increased 23 per cent. 

21- (In VHlace of Lamberton) shares of stock of Cltl- 
sens' State Bank, increased 6 per cent. 

24— (In City of Redwood Palis) shares of stock of Red- 
wood County Bank, Increased 20 per cent. 

21-(ln City of Norttifleld) shares of stock of First Na- 
tional Bank, Increased 10 per cent. 

2i— (In VIllaBo of Luverne) shares of stock of Rock 
County Bank, Increased 33 per cent: and shares 
of stock of Security Bank, Increased 10 per cent. 

IC— (In Vlllast or Hlbhtng) assessments of Iron ore stock 
piles Increased and fixed as tollows: Penobscot 
MlnlnK Co., i'enobscot mine stock pile, to tlD,. 
000: Lake Superior Consolidated Iron Mines. 
Burt mine stock pile, to tKn.a46: Lake Superior 
Consolidated Iron Mines. Sellers mine stock pile. 



__. tZi.ii., 
Mines, Rust 
Superf " 

dated 
028. 

n of B 



Lake Sup 



; Lake 



Elies Increased a 
ron Co-, mine 
n City of Ely) a 

Company, Cha.-idler 

n Town rf Fa.vnII* «s 

piles Increased am 

GIO. 



:k pile, 
olldated Iron biines. uay mine 
(75.032: Lake Superior Consoil- 
lea. Hull mine stock pile, to T205,- 

tung) a 



stock piles 

i follows: Chandler Iron 
Ine stock pile, to 1231,000. 



,, ents of Iron 

Lnrt fixed as follows: 
-■- -nine stock pile. 



Steams County. . 
Etcele County — 



..Class 



.. .... j( atur 

Mining Co., Clark i. _. 

Lake Superior Consolidated Iron Mining 'Co.l 
plilsbury Mine stock pile, to JfiO,2S0. 

27— (In City of Ely) assessments of Iron ore stock piles 
increased and flxed as follows: Oliver Iron 
Mining Co.. Pioneer mine stock pile, to 1216,518; 
Oliver Iron Mining Co., Zenith mine stock pile, 
to »2».380, 

27— (In Village of Eveleth) assessments of Iron ore 
stock piles Increased and fixed as follows: 
Spruce Mining Co., Spruce mine stock pile, to 
1148,052. 

27-(ln Town of Morse) BHaes."mrnts of iron ore "tuck 
piles Increased and fixed as fellows: Oliver 
Mining Co., Savoy mine stock pile, to te3,e20. 

2T— (In Town of Missabe Mountain) assessments ol iron 
ore stock plies Increased and flxed as follows: 
American Mining Co., stock pile. lo IIH.OOO: 
Aubun " ~ to $30,000; Genoa 

Iron C i.3B2; Hobart Iron 

Co., El $100,000: Lake 3u- 

atock a. Iron Co.. stock 

pile, tc on and Steel Co., 

stock p ron Co.. stock pile, 

lo ».-iO,li— . ^.,.-,1. u.t v-u., =iuOk pile, to 115,000. 

24-(ln City of Bt. Cloud) shares of stock of First Na- 
tional Bank. Increased 12^ per cent. 

24— (In City of Owatonna) shares of stock of National 
Farmers' Bank, Increased f> per cent: and shares 
of stock of First State Bank, Increased 13 per 



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Stevens County. . 



> 21— <ln Village ot Morrla) aharea of stock ot Citliens' 
Bank, Increased 10 per cent; and assessment of 
Stevens County Bank, Increased SO per cent. 

Swift County Class 31~(ln Village of Appleton) shares of stock of Bank ot 

Appleton, Increased 30 per cent, 

Wabasha County Class 24— (In lAke City) shares of stock of Citliens' Bank, In- 



Washlngton County,, 



Wllklu County,,. 
Winona County,. 



-.■cHsed 5 per ci 

s 23— Assessed value of capital slock of Minneapolis A 
81, Paul Suburban Hallway Co., increased to 
and fixed at I8S.5SB, subject to a deduction 
therefrom of the value of the property specified 
in Items H and 7 of section 15.W, statutes of 18»4. 

s 21— (In Vlllose of Breckenrldge) shares of stock Of 
First National Bank, Increaseo 10 per cent. 

3 L>4— (In City of Winona) shares of stock of Second Na- 
tional Bank,' Increased G per cent, 

Tbe report of the committee was accepted, aod, on motion, the same waa 
adopted, and k was ordered that the value of the personal propertj' In the 
state be changed as recommended by said report, and that tbe resulting 
values, toKether with the values which have not been changed hereby, be 
adopted as the established values of the personal property in the state for 
the year ISOl, 

There appearing to be no turther business to be transacted, the board 
then, on motion, adjourned sine die. 



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A. Showing tbe stale tax and state school tJix accounts with counties 

for 1901 132 

B. Staowlng tbe state tax and state school tax accounts with counties 

for 1902 134 

C. Pofmeuts from slate treasury since organization of state goTerU' 

ment 136 

D. Disbursements for the support of state Institutions from 1861 to date 138 

E. Total cost of buildings for the st^veral state Instltiitlons to date 139 

F. Statement of annual standing or continuous appf oprlatlona 140 

G. Appropriations account for I'JOl • 143 

H. Schedule of warrants Issued. 11)01 162 

I. Appropriations account for 1002 244 

J. Schedule of warrants Issued, 1002 2es 

K. Assessed Taluation of all taxable property and state tasts levied 

and paid each year from lSo8 333 

I/. Total valuation of taxable property In each county by years 334 

M. Average taxable value per acre of lands in the several counties for 

a number of years 336 

N. Abstract of the tax lists of the several counties tor the year 1900. . . 338 

O. Abstract of the tax lists of tbe several counties for year 1901 346 

P. Abstract of assessment of real property as equalized by the state 

board, 1902 354 

Q. Abstract of assessment of personal property as equalized by the 

state board, 1001 358 

R. Abstract of assessment of personal property as equalized by the 

state board, 1902 372 

Proceedings of the state board of equalization 386 



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1902 


260 


1902 


lOfl 


1902 


na 


1902 


6 


JS02 


280 


1902 


6S 


1902 


117 


1902 


307 


1902 


315 


1902 


310 



416 INDEX. 

A 

Year. 

Adjutant general 1001 

Adjutant general, fees of 1901 

Adama Espreaa Company 1901 

Agricultural College l&nis, sales 1901 

Agricultural Hall {State Fair Grounds) 1901 

American Eipreae Company 1901 

Anoka State Asylum, receipts 1901 

Anoka State Aaylum, expenses. 1901 

Annual appropriations 1901 

Apportionment to flre compnnl<>H. .' 1901 

Apportioned school fund 1901 - 

Appraisal of capltol lands 1901 

Appraisal of scbool lan^ 1901 

Appropriations 1901 

Appropriations, annual 1901 

Assessment and taxation 1901 

Assessor's fees 1901 

Attorney general 1901 

Attorneys fees 1901 

Auditor's department 1901 



B 

Balance in treasury, by years 1801 131 

Bank deposits. Interest on 1801 112 

Banks, state, fees ^^1 1** 

Barbers' examining Vioflrd 1801 176 

Binding law books 1801 169 1902 

Blwabik Mountain Iron Co 3901 44 

Board of appeal 1001 238 1902 

Board of arbltraUon ^ 1901 180 1902 

Board of cbarlties anil correction 1801 179 .... 

Board of control 1801 233 1902 

Board of equalization, expenses of 1901 180 1802 

Board of equalization, proceeiilngs of 1901 386 1902 

Board of health 1901 178 1902 

Board of pardons 1901 180 19Cfi 

Board of slate capltol commissioners 1901 210 1902 

BoKeter. Joseph 1802 

Borup, Theodore 1901 227 . . 

Brown, Treacy & Co 1801 227 

Building and loan association, fees 1901 108 .... 

Buildings for state Institutions, cost of 1801 141 

Bureau of labor. 1901 177 1902 

Burial of soldiers and sailors 1901 188 1902 

Bridge appropriations 1901 212 1902 



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c 

Camp Release Park 

Capitol commlsBlon IWl 210 

Capitol repairs and furulBhlnKs 1901 174 

Carney, James, relief of. 

Casualtf, fidelity and title companies 1901 78 

Cattle diseases 1901 170 

Certificates of lands Issued 1901 13 

Ctilcka manga and Chattanooga monuments. 1901 212 

City of 8t. Paul 1901 108 

Civil war records 

Collins Co., H. L .'. 1901 227 

Collecting vital statlBtlcs 1901 178 

Common bcIiooIb 1001 193 

Comparative etatement of railroad taxes and earn- 
ings 1001 63 

Congressional lands conveyed by state 1901 Ifl 

Contagious diseases 1901 179 

Contracts of mineral lands 1901 12 

Continuous appropriations 1001 142 

Cost or state [nstltutlouB buildings 1001 141 

County agricultural societies 1901 182 

County offlcers' expenses 1001 814 

County treasurers, receipts from land collections. 1901 20 

County training schools 1001 188 

Custodian of public documents 1001 170 



rear. Page. 


1902 


2StJ 


1D02 


313 


1002 


274 


1002 


233 


1902 


78 


1902 


278 


1902 


13 


1002 


266 


1902 


278 


1902 


291 


1002 


63 


1902 


16 


1002 


27» 


1902 


12 


1902 


142 


1902 


141 


1902 


280 


1902 


314 


19(« 


22 


1902 


293 


1002 


271 



D 

Dairy and food commlsBlon, expenses 1901 17S 1902 276 

Dairy and food commlBslon, receipts 1901 82 1902 86 

DanielH. John K 1902 814 

Dearth. Elmer H 19M 814 

Deporting Insane 1901 180 1902 279 

Destnutiou of insects 1901 185 1902 300 

Detention hospItuU 1901 821 1902 321 

Devereaux. John C 1901 227 1002 227 

Dictionary fund, receipts 1901 100 1002 109 

Dictionary fund, expenses 1901 171 1002 272 

DisbursementK to state Institutions by years 1901 140 1902 140 

Disbui-HementB by yenrR 1901 _ 131 1902 131 

District couit Judges 1001 " 162 1902 263 

Dodd, Oeorge 1'.. relief of 1901 238 1902 233 

Drafts issued by funds 1001 52 1002 59 

Drainage of stnte lands 1901 199 1902 286 

Drainage commission 1901 285 1902 286 

Duluth Normal School, expenses 1901 204 1902 306\ 

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E 

Year. Page. Year. Page. 

EarnEugs from stntu Histltutlons 1901 116 1902 116 

Edufutloiial iii-oceedlr.g:: 1901 171 1902 272 

Electlou eoiitests 1901 227 1902 227 

Electric liglit and ventilating cysteiu 1901 178 1902 273 

Eiuergeucy call for troops 1901 222 1902 222 

Engineer 1901 172 1902 278 

£k|ualizatlon, state board of, proceedings of 1901 886 1902 888 

Equipment companies 1901 70 1902 71 

Examining bonde of state depositories 1901 172 1002 273 

Examining fluanclal offices 1901 170 1902 271 

Exchange of documents 1901 171 1902 271 

Executive department 1901 163 1902 264 

Bsi)enses of state land office, by years 1901 46 1902 46 

Express compaulrs. reports of 1001 69 1902 69 

Express and ext-linnge 1001 172 1902 273 



F 

Farmers' Inatltutes 1001 185 1902 281 

Fees paid by building and loan societies 1901 106 1902 lOS 

Fees paid by grain Inspection department 1001 110 1902 110 

Fees paid .for hunters' Ucenses IflOl 111 1002 111 

Fees paid by nominees for state offices. 1901 110 1902 110 

ti:^s p«ld by state banks 1001 104 1902 101 

Fees pild by state inatltutlona 1001 116 1902 116 

Fees paid by secretary of state 1901 109 1002 109 

Fees paid by dairy and food commission 1901 82 1902 S6 

Ft*s paid by game and Hsb commission 1901 90 1902 01 

Fees paid by Insurance companies 1901 80 1902 80 

jfes Hrtdrby eKorporatlons 1001 92 1902 97 

l^es [Mdl by svblic examiner 1001 108 1002 108 

B«-gu4;ijaflla Bospltal. .expenses 1901 206 1902 306 

iiffgn«®ill8 Hwpltal. .receipts 1901 110 1002 119 

f^ atoBV seOTfces.jovi 1901 275 1902 276 

Mse c(SPlVuieBjbPPl)<MiiInment.to 1001 221 1002 31B 

HJ!e CTOiBnnieKf1ax«H.T 1901 74 1902 74 

fgjst aiH*pecoWLstalBMi*yUunB 1901 206 1002 307 

ffipL hwMkerymtt.-U'Vil 1801 212 1902 312 

Sfiug^fflldenceiof ilWBlii-. 1901 180 1902 279 

#liye9tiy«!(. . . oti. . . . i-iVl - .JiWKi, .-cJ .* 1001 183 1902 281 

}^esli)f«4.S80<tt»loulvi,r 1901 184 1002 184 

Sft''^«ti«»'^''^>*^°*^"*-''-— ■ ***^ 1** ^^'^ *^ 

SS^BtijwtseniKttou lOCr... 1901 184 1902 282 

^igb^il^e a«d equtow^ot . companies 1901 70 1902 71 

j^l. UzHt aii*rwatenn;J IMl 173 1902 274 

PwidliWBtBX tsm. raiBipts .....1901 49 1902 M 

JlOffiillUgiitPx fwd. wSKintB 'i-tK'V'M-'aQll-' 51 1002 B7 



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G 

T«ar. Pace. Tear. 

Game and flsh commlSBlon, receipts 1901 90 1902 

Game and flsh commission, expeneea ^. . . 1001 174 1902 

General scliool fund, receipts ^ 1901 4& 1902 

General school fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 

General nniveralty fund, receipts 1901 00 1902 

General university fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 

Governor'a department 1901 162 1902 

Graded scbools 1901 192 1902 

Grain Inspection, expenses 1001 234 19Ce 

Grain inspection, receipts 1901 110 1902 

Grain Inspection fund, receipts 1901 50 1902 

Grain inspection fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 

<!ra88 sales on state lands 1901 45 1902 

Grasshopper extermination 1901 185 1902 

Great Northern E^xpresB Co 1901 69 1902 

Gross earnings of railroads 1901 oo 1903 

H 

Hanson, Peter B 1901 814 1902 

Hastings state asylum, expenses 1901 206 1902 

Hastings state asylum, receipts 1901 117 1902 

High schools 1901 191 1902 

High schools, normal lastructlon 1901 192 1902 

Hinckley monument 1901 212 1902 

Historical society 1901 182 1902 

Horse thief bounUee 1901 187 1902 

Horticultural society 1901 182 1902 

Hunters' licenses Issiieit 1901 111 1902 

I 

Incorporations, fees of 1901 92 1902 

Indian outbreak 1901 222 1902 

Inberltance taxes, receipts 1901 72 1902 

Inheritance taxes, refundmeni 1901 226 1902 

Iron ore, royally on 1901 44 1902 

Insurance fees 1901 80 1902 

Inaurauce taxes 1901 74 1902 

Insurance commlssloufr 1001 197 1902 

Itasca State Park 1901 202 1902 

Interest paid on bank deposits 1901 112 1002 

Interest paid on capltol certiticatcK 1001 217 1002 

Interest paid on loans 1001 114 1902 

Interatate Iron Co 1901 45 1902 

Internal improvement land fund, bonds 1001 21C 1002 

Internal improvement land' fund, receipts 1001 50 1002 

Internal Improvement land fund, warrants 1001 61 1002 



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420 INDEX. 

Yew. Pt^e. Tea.r. Pure. 

Internal ImproTement land sales 1901 9 1902 10 

Invested school fund 1801 213 1802 327 

Invested acbool fund, bonds 1901 216 1002 SIS 

Invested scbool fnnd. Interest on bonds. 1901 216 1902 318 

Invested state institutions fund, bond's 1901 217 1802 318 

Invested unlversl^ fund, bonds 1901 210 1902 318 

J 

Janitors 1901 173 1902 274 

Jensen, W. S. 1901 314 1902 314 

Judicial expenses 1901 162 1902 263 

K 

Kennedy, Thomas M 1901 227 

L 

Lakewood Cemetery Association 1901 212 

Lafld certlflcates Issued 1**1 13 

Land coUections 1901 20 1902 22 

Land collection fees 1»01 219 1908 319 

I.and department 1801 1 1W2 1 

Land office, expenses of, by years 1901 46 1902 46 

Land patents issued 1901 13 1902 13 

Land transfers !*>! 5 1902 5 

Law library IWl 168 1902 268 

l-easea of mineral lands 1001 12 1S02 12 

LeglslaUve expenses 1901 238 1902 241 

Legislative manual 1901 170 1902 170 

Legislative printing 1901 314 1902 314 

Library 1001 168 1902 269 

Life Insurance companies, taxes 1901 77 1902 77 

Loan and building associations, feex 1901 108 1902 108 

Loan and trust companies, fees 1901 108 1902 108 

Loss by flre, St. Peter Hospital 1801 232 

Lunacy commission 1901 177 1802 277 

M 

McGlll-Wamer Co 1901 227 

Mankato Normal School, expenses 1901 204 1902 305 

Mankato Normal School, receipts 1901 116 1902 116 

Messenger 1901 173 1902 274 

Military storekeeper 1901 166 1902 266 

Mineral contracts and leases Issued 1901 12 1902 12 

Mineral contracts and leases 1901 34 lOtQ 38 

Minnesota volunteers 1901 222 1902 222 



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INDEX. 421 

Tear, Pagre, Tear. Page. 

Minnesota reports 1901 199 1902 293 

Miscellaneous receipts 1901 124 1902 125 

MiBBObe Mountain Iron Co 1901 45 1902 45 

Moneys, Interest on 1901 112 1902 112 

Moorhead Normal Sohool, espenses 1901 204 19tC 305 

Moorhead Normal School, receipts 1901 116 1902 llfl 

Mountain Iron Co 1901 44 1902 44 

N 

National j^anl 1901 196 1902 286 

National guara, medical corps 1901 197 1902 287 

National guard, uniforms 1901 197 1902 287 

National guard, volunteers 1901 197 1902 287 

Nominees for state offices 1901 110 1902 110 

North American Telegraph Co 1901 60 1902 66 

Northern Pacific Express Co 1001 69 1902 68 

o 

Oliver Iron Mining Co 1901 44 1902 44 

p 

Pan-American exposition 1901 223 

FatenU to lands issued 1901 13 1902 13 

Payments from state treasury, by years 1901 138 1902 138 

Permanent school fund, receipts 1901 49 1902 55 

Permanent school fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 67 

Permanent university fund, receipts 1901 50 1902 56 

Permanent university fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 57 

Portrait ofChlef Justice Ripley 1901 232 

Public building land sales 1001 9 

Publishing constitutional amendments 1901 228 

Public examiner 1901 169 1902 209 

Public examiner's fees 1901 170 1902 271 

Public instruction 1901 171 1D02 . 272 

Publishing laws In newspapers 1901 228 1902 228 

Pnbllc school libraries 1901 194 1902 292 

Pullman Company 1901 69 1902 69 

Principal paid on loans 1901 114 1902 115 

Printing, advertising and binding 1901 198 1902 203 

Presidential electors 1901 212 

Proceedings of state board of equalization 1901 386 1902 386 

R 

Railroads, gross earnings and Iaxc:« 1901 GO 1902 60 

Railroad companies, swamp lands granted to 1901 14 1902 14 

Railroad merger cases 1901 268 1002 2C8 

Railroad taxes, comparative statement 1001 63 1902 OS 



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Tew. Page- Tear. Page, 

Ballroad taxes and earnings 1901 63 1902 63 

Railroad taxes, ledger account 1901 64 1902 65 

Railroad taxes, statement 1901 HO 1902 OO 

Railroad and warehouse commlssEon 1901 174 1902 275 

Real property asaesstneat 1901 354 1902 351 

Receipts by years 1901 131 1902 131 

Receipts into the treasury 1901 48 1902 64 

Receipts, mlBcellaoeouB 1901 124 19(ffl 125 

Receipts, warrants redeemed, transfers aud bal- 
ances 1901 47 1902 53 

Recording evldeuce or land titles 1901 211 1902 313 

Reform school loan 1901 217 

Reform school propertj- 1901 10& 

Refundments 1901 219 1902 319 

Revenue fund, receipts 1901 48 1902 54 

Revenue fund, warrants 1901 51 1902 57 

Revision of laws 1901 233 1902 314 

Rewards for criminals 1901 194 1902 288 

Roads and bridges 1901 212 1902 322 

Rochester State Hospital, exiienses 1901 205 1902 306 

Rochester State Hospital, receipts 1901 118 1902 118 

Royalty on Iron ore 1901 44 1902 44 

Rural schools 1901 193 1902 291 

Rush, Ellen, relief of 1901 211 1902 313 

Russell, Benjamin S 1901 227 

Rnsalan thistle, accounts 1001 130 1002 130 

Rusalaa thistle 1901 211 1902 313 

S 

St, Cloud Normal School, expenses 1001 203* 1902 304 

St. Cloud Normal School, receipts 1001 116 1902 116 

St. Paul, Pity of 1001 108 1002 108 

St. Peter HoBiillal, espenses 1901 204 1902 306 

St. peter Hospital, receipts 1901 118 1902 118 

Sales of agricultural college lands 1901 8 1902 8 

Sales of dictionaries 1901 109 1902 109 

Sales of internal improvement lanrts 1001 ft 19(K 10 

Sales of public liullding lands 1001 9 1902 9 

Sales of school lands 1001 3 1902 4 

Sales of state Institutions lands 1901 11 1902 11 

Sales of university lands 1901 1902 7 

Siliool of aitriculture 1001 203 1902 302 

School for the blind, expenses UK)1 207 1902 308 

School for the blind, receipts 1901 119 1902 119 

School for the deaf, expenses 1901 207 1902 308 

School for the denf. receipts 1901 119 1002 119 

School for the feeble-minded, expenses 1901 207 1902 309 

School lor the feeble-minded, recelpU 1901 120 1002 120 



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INDEX. 



Tear. Fsse. 

8cboo[ tnnd apportloQment IflOl 218 

Scbool fund bond refundment 1901 819 

Scbool fund, general, receiptB 1901 49 

School fund, permanent, receipts 1901 49 

School fund loans repaid 1901 114 

School land sales 1001 S 

Scboch, Dr. J. L 1901 227 

Scbumuui, Charles S 1901 233 

Second Tolnme Minnesota In Wars 1901 212 

Seed grain loan accounts 1901 127 

Seed grain loan, 1901 1901 226 

Secretary of state 1901 170 

Secretary of state, fees of 1901 100 

Selecting swamp lands 1901 202 

Semi-graded schools - 

SherlfTs expenses 1901 195 

Siege Of Vlcksburg commission 1901 233 

Sleepmg, drawing room and parlor car companies. 1001 69 

Soldiers' home, expenses 1901 206 

Soldiers' home, receipts 1901 122 

Soldiers' relief 1901 219 

Soldiers' relief fund, receipts. 1901 49 

SoldEers' relief fund, warrants 1901 Gl 

Sending appropriations 1001 142 

State tax accounts 1001 134 

Statement of api»uiaal and sale of school lands. . . 1901 2 
Statement, by funds, of receipts, warrants re- 
deemed, transfers and balances 1901 47 

Statistics contingent 1901 170 

SUte agricniturai society 1001 182 

State bank fees 1001 104 

State board of equalization, proceedlugs of 1901 386 

State camp grounds Improvement 1901 108 

State capitol commission 1901 210 

State costs X901 167 

State dairymen's association 1001 183 

State finances 1001 47 

State funding bonds 1001 217 

Slate liistitutlonB, architect IIKII 2:{4 

State institutions, imlldings, cust of 1901 141 

State institutions, disbursements by yt'inx ISHIl 140 

State conference li>01 180 

State Institutions earnings 1901 lie 

State Institutions Insurance 1901 210 

State Institutions land sales 1901 11 

State institutions fund, receipts 1901 50 

State institutions fund, warrants 1901 at 

State InatltutiouB support 1901 138 



Tear. 1 
1002 
1902 
1002, 
1902 
1002 
1002 



1902 
1902 
1002 
1902 
1902 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1002 



1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1002 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
1902 
' lOCE- 
1002 
1002 



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424 INDEX. 

Tear. Fa«e. Tear. F«Ke- 

State lands 1901 200 1902 282 

State lands collections 1901 20 1902 22 

State land office, expenses of 1901 46 1002 46 

f!tate lands, grass sales on 1001 45 1902 45 

State lands, tlmtier cut on 1001 24 1902 28 

State library 1901 168 1902 269 

Slate money. Interest on 1001 112 1002 112 

State park. Dalles of the St. Croix 1901 202 1902 286 

State prison, expenses 1901 200 1902 311 

State prison, receipts 1901 121 1902 121 

State ptlson twine plant, receipts 1901 121 1902 121 

State public school, expenses 1901 207 1908 300 

State public school, receipts. 1901 122 1902 122 

State peformatory, expenses 1901 208 1902 310 

State reformatory, receipts 1901 120 1902 120 

State tax collections 1001 132 1902 134 

State treasury, payments by yeara 1901 136 1902 186 

State training school, expenses 1901 208 1902 309 

State trainlDg school, receipts 1801 123 1902 123 

Slate university, expenses 1901 202 1902 302 

State university, receipts 1001 123 190S 123 

Stevens, Bruce F 1901 227 1902 227 

Stock breeders' association 1901 183 1902 281 

Stumpage on state lands lOoi 24 1902 28 

Sugar bounty 1901 186 1902 186 

Supreme court 1901 i62 1902 263 

Supreme court stenographers 1901 233 1902 233 

Superintendent public Instruction lOOl 171 1902 272 

Swamp lands approved and patented 1901 12 1902 12 

Swamp land grant condition 1901 12 1902 12 

Swamp land grants to railroad companies 1901 14 1902 14 

Swamp land refundment 1901 310 19(K 319 

Swamp land fund, receipts 1901 50 1002 56 

Swamp land fund, warrants 1901 51 1002 57 



Tax collections 1901 132 1902 

Tax collections 1901 332 1002 

Tax commission 1901 223 1002 

Tax levies 1901 332 1902 

Teachers' institutes .1801 187 1902 

Teachers' examinations 1901 172 1902 

Telephone rent 1901 174 1902 

Telephone companies' report 1901 67 1902 

Telegraph coihpanles' report 1901 66 1902 

Timber cut on state lands 1901 24 1902 

Transfers of lands 1901 6 1002 



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INDRX. 425 

Tear. Pace. Tear. Pase. 

Traveling Ilbrariea 1801 IM 1802 2»8 

Treasury payment by years 1801 188 1S02 138 

Tree planting bounty , 1801 183 1802 281 

Treasurer 1901 172 1902 273 

Treasurer's bond 1901 172 1902 273 

Treasury receipts 1901 48 1802 54 

Tonnage taxes 1901 80 1902 81 

Twin City Jockey Club 1901 212 

• 

u 

University, expenses 1901 202 1902 802 

University, receipts 1901 123 1902 123 

ITnlvenilty fund, receipts 1901 60 1802 B6 

Dnlveralty fund loans repaid 1901 114 1802 115 

University land sales 1901 6 1902 7 

United States Eipress Oo 1901 69 1602 69 

United States land officers' tees 1901 202 1802 286 

V 

Vessel tonnage taxes, receipts 1901 SO 1902 81 

Teseel tonnage taxes, expenses 1801 217 1902 820 

w 

Ward, Jane. reUef of 1901 211 1902 813 

War histories 1901 169 1902 266 

Warrants Issued by funds 1901 52 1902 56 

Warrants redeemed 1901 61 1802 57 

Water supply at State Fair Grounds 1901 182 1802 280 

Wendell. J. H 1901 227 

Wells, Fargo & Co., express 1901 69 1902 69 

Western Express Company 1801 69 1902 69 

Western Union Telegraph Company 1901 66 1902 66 

Winona Normal Scbool, expenses 1901 204 1902 304 

Winona Normal School, receipts 1801 117 1902' 117 

Woll bounties 1901 186 1902 281 



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