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ANNUAL



REPORTS



TOWK OF



DERRY



FOR THK YEAR ENDINti



January 31, 1918



New HAMPSHIRE



University of New Hampshire
Library



ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



OFFICERS

OF THE

TOWN OF DERRY

For the Year Ending Janiiary 31, 1^18



NEW8-ENTEBPUISB" PRESS

lE. P. Trowbridge, Prop.

Derry, N. H

1918



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF DERRY.



SELECTMEN .

Albert B. Roberts, Ernest L. Abbott,

James F . Coburn,

TOWN CLERK,

Henry T. Wheeler.

TREASURER .
Charles Bartlett.
TAX COLLECTOR.
vTohn E . Webster, resigned .

Ernest L. Abbott, appointed.
TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS .
Harry W . Wilson, Arthur Greenough, Frank N , Young.

AUDITORS .

Frank M . McGregor, Herbert L . Grinnell, Jr . , Frank

B. Oakes.

MODERATOR.

Joseph B. Bartlett.

SUPERVISORS OF CHECK LISTS .

Hector E , Bidwell, Benjamin Low, Michael J. Cassidy.



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TONW WARRANT.



STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE,

ROCKINGHAM, SS .
[L.S.]
To the inhabitants of the Town of Derry, quahfied to

vote in Town Affairs-:
You are hereby notified to meet at the Adams Mem-
orial Hall in said Town, on the second Tuesday of
March next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to act
upon the following subjects: —

1. To choose all necessary Town Officials for the
year ensuing .

2. To elect four delegates to the Convention to
revise the Constitution of New Hampshire to be held
at Concord, beginning June 5, 1918 .

3 . To vote to raise and appropriate such sums of
money as may be necessary for the support of schools,
maintenance of the poor, for laying out and repair-
ing highways, building^and repairing bridges, for the
suppression of brown tail and gypsy moths, for the
pohce department and Municipal Court, for hydrant
service and electric lights, for salaries and expenses
of Town Officers, for the Board of Health, for the ex-
penses of Adams Memorial Building and Town Hall,
for the State and County Tax, and for any other nec-
essary charges arising in said Town.

4. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the use of Upton Post,



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No. 45, G. A. R., to defray ihe expenses of Memorial
Day.

5. To hear the report of agents, auditors and com-
mittees heretofore chosen and pass any vote relating:
thereto .

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap-
propriate a sum of money for the improvement of
highways in accordance with the provisions of Sec .
4, of Chapter~35 of the 'Laws of 1905, and pass any
vote relating thereto.

7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and
appropriate a sum of money for Maintenance of State
Aid Roads and Trunk Line Roads, and pass any vote
relating thereto .

8. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the purchase of books
for the Derry Pubhc Library and the maintenance of
said Library, and pass any vote relating thereto .

9. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the purchase of books for
the Taylor Library and for the maintenance of said
library, and pass any vote relating thereto.

10 . To see if the town will vote to raise and appro-
priate a sum of money to sprinkle and oil the stre.ets
and pass any vote relating thereto.

11. To see of the Town will vote to authorize its
Board of Selectmen to enter into a contract with the
Derry Electric Company, or with any other person or
company, to furnish street lighting for one or more
years, and pass any vote relating thereto.

12. To see of the Town will vote to authorize its
Board of Selectmen to borrow^ money in anticipation



of taxes on the negotiable notes of the Town, and pass
any vote relating thereto.

13. To see of the Town will vote to authorize the
Board of Selectmen to appoint one or more lAqnoi
Agents in accordance with Sect. 6 of Chapter 147 of
the Laws of 1917, and pass any vote relating thereto,

14. To see of the Town wiU vote to appoint a
Building Inspector, prescribe his duties, and fix his
compensation, and adopt regulations for the construc-
tion and maintenance of all buildings in the Town,
and pass any vote relating thereto.

15 . To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for a sinking fund for the
payment of the Town bonds and pass any vote relat-
ing thereto .

Given under our hands and seals this 23rd day of Feb-
ruary, 1918.

ALBERT B . ROBERTS, ] Selectmen

JAMES F. COBURN, I of ■

I Derry.
A I'rue Copy Attest:- —

ALBERT B . ROBERTS, '
JAMBS F. COBURN,




SELECTMEN'S REPORT



INVENTORY OF TAXABLE PROPERTY IN TOWN
FOR 1917.

Real Estate $3,269,985 00

Horses, 400 40,040 00 "

Asses and Mules, 2 500 00

Oxen, 25 1,800 00

Cows, 683 35,890 00

Other neat stock, 32 1.200 00

Sheep, 12 88 00

Hogs. 7 130 00

Fowls. 1982 ■. . . 1,933 00

Vehicles and Automobiles, 274 77,650 00

Portable Mills, 3 2,100 00

Wood, Lumber, etc 20,600 00

Municipal Bonds and Notes 8,000 00

Stock in National Banks in the State

10,700 00

Money on hand, at interest, or on deposit

8,990 00

Stock in trade 459,220 00

Mills and Machinery 168,800 00



Total Assessed Valuation in 1917 $4,107,626 00

Total Assessed Valuation in 1916 4,108,419 00

Decrease 793 00

Exemptions .
■Exemptions of Soldiers .... 32,500 00

By Fote of Town 411,000 00

Exemptions 1916 _. . . 539,440 00

Exemptions 1917 '. . . 443,500 00



Decrease in Exemptions 95,900 00



K)



BALANCE

Town of Derry, N. H.



ASSETS
Cash :

In hands of Town Treasurer $3,236 Sit

Accounts Due to the Town

Taxes not collected, Levy of 1917 12,932. 28

Taxes not collected. Levies of 1903-1016 9,148 82
Taxes bought by Town, estimated value 5,573 53
Due from State

A. Joint Highway accounts, unexpend-
ed balances in State Treasury, Trunk

Line Constiuction 19 39

State Aid Maintenance 110 05

B. Forest fires 14 75

C. Bounties 2 00
Other Bills Due Town

A. Chester & Derry Street Eaiiway Co. 995 4S

B. West Berry Sewage Association J, 163 71
j^dvance payment on 1918 contract for

Street lighting 11,499 50



Total Assets
]^et Debt



$34,695 90
i83,069 38



Grand Total



$117,765 28



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SHEET

January 31, J918.



L1AHILITIK8
Accounts O^ved by the To'wn

Orders outstaudiiis^: • |123 65

])ills outstanding; Standavd ( )il Co. 114 05

Municipal eourt 177 49

Due Sinking fund J, 500 00

Dog- Licenses due to Sciiool Districts 323 20

Unexpended 15alancc of .joint Ilighwaj^

Accounts :
State Aid JSIaintenance. Balance in State

Treasury 310 05

State Aid Maintenance. Jjalance in To.wn

Treasury • ' 110 04

Outstanding Temporary Loan in antici-
pation of Taxes 4,000 00



$6,458 4S



Bonds Outstanding

Kefunding bonds issued Nov. 1, 1913.
4s due No^. 1, 1923 .$12,500 00

4 l-2s due Nov. L 1923 12,500 00

4s due Nov. ] . 1928 12,500 00

4 1-2& due Nov. 1, 1928 12,500 00

4s due Nov. 1, 1933 30,000 00

4 l-2s due Nov. L 1933 30,000 00

110,000 00

state and County tax Received

on exemptions 1,306 80



Total Liabilities 117,765 28



Grand Total $117,765 28



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WATER WORKS



ASSETS




Plant Inveaftment




Jieginning of year
Extensions during year


$l.-)9,035 91
1,350 99




$160,386 90


Currieini Asselt* -




Cash on hand

Materials and supplies on liand

Accounts receivable


6,749 68
1,267 38

732 57



Prepaid Accounts

Insuratice premiums unexpired . 51 OO



Totai Assets $169,187 5S



13

BALANCE SHEET

At end oi' liscal year December 31, MMT



LIABILITIES
Capital Liabilities

Funded debt
Bonds outstanding
Original issue of .Inly 1. 1 007 :
:'. l-2s due Juiy ], 1922 $25,000 0()

:! l-2s due July L 1027 52.000 00

Extension issue of Nov. f, 1910 : " "

n 1-2S due Nov. 1. ]<«o 44,000 00

IJ21.000 00

Accrued Liabilities
Interest Accrued 385 00

Total liabilities 121,385 00

Surplus ' 47,802 53



Total l|l(5»,l.S7 53



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LANDS, BUILDINS AND EQUIPMENT

Town of Derry. N. H , January 31, 1918



TOWN OF DERRY:




Adams Memorial Buildings and




grounds • ;


jt24,000 00


Adams Memorial furniture and




equipment


1,093 85


East Derry Town House


:5,000 00


Derry library, furniture and equip




ment


3,000 00


Highway department equipment:




Stone crusher


1,200 00


Road roller


500 00


Koad machine


375 00


One-half acre land on Fordway .


•200 00


■(Travel bank and protection water




works


400 00


Gravel pit on Fordway^


100 00


Ijand for dnmp


200 00



DERRY WATER DEPARTMENT

Original cost of Plant . $135,577 15

Extensions, 1906 and 1907 . H,585 48

Extensions. 1908—1912 . 10,186 47

3<:xten8ions, 1913 . . 2,378 86

Kxtensions, 1914 . . 938 98

Extensions, 1915 . . 3,521 90

Extensions, 1916 . . 2,897 06

Extensions, 1917 . . 1,850 99



-$160,386 89
$194,455 74



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF DERRY, N.
Estimates of expenditures for the ensuing year,



Town Officers Salaries

Town Officers Expenses

Police and Court

Hydrant Service

Moth suppression

Health Department

Electric -Street Lights

State Tax

County Tax

Schools by Law

Highways Town Maintenance

and general expenses
Upton Vost G. A. R.
Permanent Road
Maintenance State Aid Roads
Maintenance Trunk Line Road
Derry Public Library including

amount required by law
Taylor Library
Sinking Fund for Bonds
Care and supplies for Town Ilal
Town Poor
Interest on Bonds
Election expenses
Interest temporary loans
Cemeteries
Vital Statistics
Rockingham Road



H.



Actual A


ppropriatlon


Estimated


Expenditures


year


Expenditure


'1917


1917


1918


$1731 63




$2150 00


1144 02


jfi3300 00


1150 00


1647 33


1800 00


2000 00


3145 63


3000 00


3150 00


842 26


600 00


600 00


755 85


1100 00


lOOC 00


2988 50


1500 00


1500 00


8100 50


8100 50


7624 00


8452 J 3


8452 13


.8452 13


7147 50


7147 50


7147 50


18191 67


5000 00


5000 00


100 00


100 00


100 00


4643 66


2676 75


-/,748 00


639 96


750 00


750 00


1069 92


900 00


1250 00


1200 00


1200 00


1200 00


250 00


250 00


250 00


1500 00


1500 00


2000 00


s 2164 92


1700 00


2175 00


1220 78 ^




1300 00


4675 00




4075 00


210 46


^5700 OU


300 00


451 62


1000 00


181 80




200 00


100 85




100 00


6954 64


2500 00








$79,509 53


1^57,276 88


, $57,821 63



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SUM MART
Town of Deny, N. H. RECEIPTS AND



BECEIPTS

Current Revenue

FrvOM Local Taxes : State and County only $1,314 00



1.


Property taxes, current year




$68,126 28


2.


Poll taxes, current year




2,638 00


:].


Property and Poll taxes, previous years


14,000 00


4.


Taxes redeemed


7,495 Oti




From State:






a.


For State Aid Maintenance


31 73




b.


For Trunk Line Maintenance


G76 22




c.


For Trunk Line Construction


6,693 78






Insurance tax


20 63






Railroad tax


],518 71






Savings bank tax


5,537 01






Building and loan assoc. tax


3 78






Literary fund


779 76






Fer education


3,309 97






Liquor licenses


903 71






Fighting forest (ires


8 63




From Couivity :








Reimbursed


:i9 00




Froiv


r Local Sources: Except Taxes








Dog licenses


2i'2 00






All other licenses and permits


345 42






Pient of town hall


265 00






Interest received on taxes


76 14






Income from trust funds


42 91






Interest on sinking funds


150 00






Income from departments


474 93





Total Current Revenue Receipts $114,742 67

(Carried forward to page 18)



17

STATEMENT

PAYMENTS For the Year ending Feb. 1, 1918



*J,731


(>:]


1,144 02


210


46


2,056


22


108


70



PAYMENTS
Current Maintenance E^xpenses

(tENEKAi. Government :

1. Town officers salaries

2. Town officers expenses
:'). Election ancLregistration expenses

4. Municipal court expenses

5. Adams Memorial Hall

6. E?ist Derry Town Hall
Pkotection of Pehsons and Pkofekty :

7. Police department i 647 :>>
s. Fire hydrant expense meindins-

forest flres 0,145 6:>

9. Moth extermination 84-?. 26

10. Bounties 2 00
Health :

11. He^alth department 755 85-

12. Vital statistics 100 85
Highways and Bp.idoes:

13. State Aid Maintenance 557 61

14. Trunk Line Maintenance 1,942 46

15. Town Maintenance, summer road

work 13,121 99

16c Town Manitenance, winter road

work 2,702 11

17. Street lighting 2,988 50

18. General expenses of highway dept. 2,367 57
Education :

19. Derry Public Library 1,200 oO

20. Taylor Library 2.50 00'
Charities:

21. Town poor and county poor 1,223 78
Patriotic Purposi':s :

23. G. A. R., Upton Post 100 00
Public Service Enterprises:

24. Cemeteries 181 80

25. Dam-iges 150 00
20. Abatements refunded 2 06

Total Current Maintenance Expensks .f38,532 8a
(Carried forward to page 19)



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SUMMARY
RECEIPTS AND



Total receipts brought forv/ard from Page 10 $114,142 fi7

Receipts Other than Current Revnue

Temporary loans in anticipation of taxes

during year , 17,000 00

Amount taken from sinking funds to pay

principal of debt 0,000 Oo

Refunds

From Coithell Estate 45 oo



Total Eeceipts from all Sources $137,'78'7 67

"Cash on hand at beginning of year 2,209 71



Orand Total $139,097 38



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STATEMENT
PAYMENTS (Continued.)



Total payments In-ougiit forward from page 17
Interest

■21. Paid on teniporarj loans in autici-

l>ation of taxes $451 02

Paid interest on sinl<;ino- fund 750 00

Paid on bonded debt 4.675 00

Total Interest Payments !?5,876 62

OutJay for New Construction and Permanent
Improvements

28. Highways and ]iridges - .State Aid

Construction ' 4,643 66

2'.». Highways and Bridges— Trunk Line

construction 13,161 63

30. Highways and 13 ridges -To w^n con-

struction

31. Sidewalk Construction

32. (rravel bank and protection to wa-

ter works

33. New Equipment

Total Outlay Payments
Indebtedness

34. Payments on temporary loans in

anticipation of taxes
3-5. Derry Water Works sinking fund

Total Indebtedness Payments
iPayment./* to Other Governmental DLvisions

36. Taxes paid to Str.te $8,100 50

37. Taxes paid to County 8,452 13

38. Payments to Town Fire District 5,400 00
Payments to Village Fire District 100 00

^59. Payments to Town School District 27,613 60

40. Payments to School District No. 2 2,898 63



2,495 48

280 68




400 00
166 25






$21,147 70


$13,000 00
6,000 00






§10,000 00



Total Payments to Other Govern-
mental Divisions $51,964 86



Total Payments for all Purposes §136,522 01

Paid Outstanding Orders of 1916 362 6£

Caslion hand at end of year 3,236 39



$140,121 o3
Less outstanding orders 123 65

■Grand Total " $139,997 38



DETAILED STATEMENTS

OF

PAYMEN rS

Detail 1.
TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES.

Selectmen:

Albert B . Roberts $500 . 00

Ernest L . Abbott 133 . 00

James F . Cobm^n 600 . 00

Town Clerk :

Henry T. Wheeler 50.00

Treasurer

Charles Bartlett 100. 00

Tax Collector:

Ernest L. Abbott 200.00

Auditors : :

F. M. McGregor 5.00

H. L. Grinnell, Jr., 1915,

1916, 1917 30.00

Frank B. Oakes 10.00

Enrollment officer:

James Abbott 103 . 63

$1,731.63



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Detail 2.
TOWN OFFICERS" EXPENSES.



Clerical Expenses:

Frances' E. Taylor $500.00

Town Counsel:

F. J. Grady 10.00

Telephone Service, New Eng-
land Tel. and Tel. Co. . . . 41 . 49
Printing 1917 Town Reports:

News Enterprise Press .... 235.00

Printing Tax Bills and Stationery:

Record Press 26.00

News Enterprise Press .... 55.45

Transportation :

I . D . Wiggin, team hire ... 12 . 00

Arthur Greenough & Co.,

team hire '13.00

Guy Whitten, team hire ... 4 . 00

L.J. Provencher, auto hire 7 . 00

J . F[ Coburn, auto hire ... 5.00

Office Supplies and Postage:

W. H. Benson, postage ... 18.00
E. C. Eastman Co., vouch-
er orders 1-3 . 00

Supplies for Town Clerk

and Selectmen 79.78

Wm. D. Farmer, dues to

N. H. Asso 2.00

John W. A. Green, record-
ing deeds and discharges 11.20
Henry T. Wheeler, dog tags

tags and postage 15 . 60

Bonds for Town Officers:

Derry Ins. Co., Treasurer

andTrustees Bonds . 60.00

Tax Collector's bond , 30 . 00

T. A. Stewart,, Box for

Trustees of Trust funds . 2 . 50



1,144.02



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Detail 3.
ELECTION AND REGISTRATION EXPENSES.

Supervisors of Check List:

Hector E . Bidwell $25 . 00

Benjamin F. Low 25.00

Michael J . Cassidy 25 . 00

Ballot Clerks :

Joseph Levesqiie 10. 00

E.G. Simpson 10.00

C. G. Kimball 10.00

E . P . Maroney 10 . 00

H . L . Grimiell, Jr 15 . 00

Printing 1850 Ballots, News-
Enterprise Press 33 . 00

Lunches, J. D. Blake . ,. 32 . 46

Labor on Voting Booths, P. M.

Stearns 10 . 00

Registration work, Geo. E. Dus-

. tin ? . . 5 . 00



$210.46

Detail 4 ;
MUNICIPAL COURT EXPENSES.



Report of E . B . Weston, Clerk of Municipal
Court of Derry, N . H .
Received from fines and sundry

items

Expenses of maintaining court .

Salary of Judge Grinnell

Salary of E. B. Weston, clerk.
Pees, E. B. Weston, Asso. Justice
Due from Town of Derry, N. H, .



$799.27






$309.76




400 . 00




150.00




117.00


177.49





$976.76 $976.76



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Detail 5.

ADAMS MEMORIAL HALL.

Janitor Service:

William L. Wheeler . $702 . 00

Frecl E . Wood 27 . 00

Electric Lights:

Derry Electric Company.. 227.2;"

Fuel::

Holmes & Wheeler 576 . 78

Arthm' Greenoiigh & Co. . . 10 . 50

Arthur C . Sargent 10.00

J . D . S . Pingree . : S , 00

Alvah Watts 6 . 00

C. F. Dooley 5.25

Insurance :

Couch & Company . 67. 50

Bartlett & Shepard : . 50.85

Derry Insurance Agency ... 45.00

F.N. Young 45 . 00

W.J. Kingsbury 43,47

Abbott & Davis 22.50

Revenue Tax and Interest:

Seth W . Jones 112.50

Supplies and Minor Repairs :

W. F. Neal 17.15

Louis M. Packer 16.82

E. R. Belanger & Co 14.25

Crandall Packing Co 14 . 00

Holmes & Wheeler, labor . . 7.15

Rochester Germicide Co. . . 7.00

L. H. Pillsbury & Son 6.35

F. H. Wescott 4.00

A. D. Smith 3.50

Derry Fire Dep't 2 . 00

W. H. Cook 2.00

T . A . Stewart 1.90

Wm. L. Wheeler .50

$2,056.22



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Detail 6.
EAST DERRY TOWN HALL.



4.


,00


7.


,50


7,


,20


$45


.00



Janitor Service :

Fred Kimball $45.00

Fuel:

John W. Day

Bert Davis

Sui3plies ;

W. F. Neal .

Insurance :

F . N . Young

$108.70
Detail 7 .
POLICE DEPARTMENT EXPENSES.

Regular Police :

George Dustin $765 . 00

J. F. Boyle 731.98

Special Police :

Napoleon Cote 60 . 00

W.J. Bennett 85.85

W. G. Frye 2.50

Sundry Expenses :

Abbott Auto Co , 2 . 00

$1647.33



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Detail 8.
FIRE HYDRANT EXPENSES.



XJeiTy Water Works Co. :

Period ending July 1,1917. $15 40. 00
Period ending Jan . 1, 1918 . 15 iv .00

H. B. Johnson, fighting fire.

1911 on Moore lot 4 . 00

John D . Blake, fighting fire

1914 and 1915 14. SS

John D . Blake, fighting fire

April 4-19, 1917 v 75

John D. Blake: Clark

fire, Apr. 23, 1917. ..... 10.50

John D . Blake fighting fire,

Nov. 9-11, 1917 29.50

$3145.63
Detail 9.
MOTH EXTERMINATION EXPENSE.



Derry Water Works Co., labor

and team hire $395 . 43

Derry Water Works Co . , sup-
plies 67.14

Bell Hardware Co., arsenate of

lead 363.21

John B . Varick, supplies for

sprayer 16 . 48

$842.26
Detan 10.
Paid for bounty on wild cat :

Octave Pinet . $2.00

^- $2 . 00



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Detail 11.
HEALTH DEPAR TMENT EXPENSES.

W. R. Sanders^^. D.: ^

Professional services as

health officer . $158 . 65

Examination for child labor

permits 27 . 00

Quarantine Expenses :

Annie McKinon 24. 00

Gilmord family 4.50

Alice Eaton 23.18

Edward Wedge 1.5 . 00

Bearor family 24. 00

Sundry Supplies and Services:

Manchester Board of Health
board and nursing Al-
bert Uicker 163.02

H. S. Pettee, M. D., ser-
vices and consultation in
case of Albert Uicker ... 65 . 00

O . E . Corthell, land to use

as dump 200.00

Rochester Germicide Co.,

suppMes 12 . 00

Willis Chase, burning over

dump 25 . 00

Charles Bartlett 11 . 00

Harvey Madden, disposing

of Qarcasses 2 . 00

Prank Cooper, disposing of

carcasses 1 . 00

R. K. Martin, disposing of

carcasses .50

^ . $755.85

Total Health Dep't, Expenses $755.85



Detail 12.



Reports of births, marriages and
deaths :

George H. Beckley, M. D.. $14.75

P. A. Tower, M. D 7.75

W. R. Sanders, M, D, 4.25

Charles E . Newell, M. D. . . 2 . 50

W. T. Morse .50

Rev. D. J. Dunn . 11.25

Rev. George Haslani 5.75

Rev. G. W. Farmer 4.75

Rev. I. J. Enshn . . .• 2.50

Recording vital^statistics :

Henry T. Wheeler 46.85

$100.85



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Detail 13.

STATE AID MAINTENANCE OF HIGHWAYS AND

BRIDGES.



Paid by Town of Derry, N. H.,


to ■


H. S. Rowe, patrolman, No. 4:


Pay rolls for week ending:




April 14, 1917 .


$7.00


April 21,


19.85


April 28,


19.75


May 26,


19.51


June 2,


13 . 42


June 9,


20.96


June 30,


19.44


July 7,


21 . 83


July 21,


17.70


July 28,


21.36


Aug. 4, with ass


t. 34.50


Aug. 11,


20.45


Aug, 18,


25.50


Aug. 22,


9.73


Sept. 1,


21.00


Sept. 8,


15.60


Sept. 15


7.00


Sept, 22,


7.00


Oct. 6,


3.50


Oct. 13,


16.34


Oct. 20,


10.50


Oct. 27,


10.50


Nov. 10,


14.00


Paid Standard Oil Co., of Ne


w


York


181.17


Paid by State of New Ham


P-


shire. Highway Dep't., f


or


Oil and Tarvia





$557 . 61



$608.22



(Note — The State reimbursed the Town $31.73 on
this account making the net expenditure by the Town,
$525 . 88 with bill of $114 . 05 to be paid and by the Slate

$639.95.



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Detail 14.
TRUNK LINE MAINTENANCE HIGHWAYS AND
BRIDGES.



Paid by Town of Derry, N


H., to:




H. G. Webster,


Patrolman,




No. 3::








Payrolls for week ending:






April


7, 1917. . .


$17.50


April


14,




10 . 50


April


21,




21.00


April


28,






17.50


IVIay


5,






12.45


May


12,






14.00


May


19,






21.00


May


26,






21.00


June


2






17.50


June


9,






29.28


June


16,






21.00


June


23,






21.00


June


30,






21.00


July


7,






17.50


July


14,






14.00


July


28,






7 . 00


Aug.


4,






21.00


Aug.


11, phosphate




• & freight,


$26.88,




labor


....$


21.00


47.88


Aug.


18,




21.00


Aug.


25,




17.50


Sept.


1,




21.00

a- .f -f -1 r> -f




•>4ii . bl



Carried forward



$411.61



30



Detail 14 (Continued)



Brought forward




$411.61


Sept. 8,


17.50




Sept. 15,


21.00




, Sept. 22,


21.00




Sept. 29,


17.50




Oct. 13,


21.00




Oct. 20,


21.00




Oct. 27,


21.00




Nov . 3


■ 21 . 00




Nov. 10,


21.00




Nov. 17,


21.00




Nov. 24,


33 . 15




Paid by Town of Derry,, N . I


1.,




to H. S. Rowe, Patrolma


n.




No. 4:






Payrolls for week ending:






Mar. 31, 1917


5.45




April 7,


21.00




April 14,


14.00




May 5,


21 . 00




May 12,


21.30




May 19,


18.52




June 16, ^ .


16.73




June 23,


10 . 50




July 14


21.39




Aug. 11,


10.81




Aug. 25,


10.50




Sept. 15,


14.00




Sept. 22,


14.00




Sept. 29,


17.50


$864.46


Carried forward




$864. 4G







31




Detail 14


(Coiititiued)




Brought forward


864.46


Oct.


6,


15.95




Oct.


13,


3.50




Oct.


20.


10.50




Oct.


27.


10 . 50




Nov .


3,


21.00




Nov.


10.


7.00




Nov.


17.


21.00




Nov.


24,


31.58


tofif; /iQ



Paid by Town of Derry, N . H .
to F. H. Wells, Patrolman.
No. 2 ;

-Pa^Toils for weeks ending:



Jiuie


9,


$9.75


June


16,


9.75


June


23.


19.50


June


30,


19.50


July


7.
13,


19.50


Oct.


19.50


Oct.


20,


19.50


Nov.


24,


9.10



Paid by Town of Derry, N. H..
to John E . Colburn, fore-
man, week ending, Aug. 4 . $630 . 87

Paid by Town of Derry, N. H.,
to Alden Spear Sons' Co..
balance due for oil, 1916
account 200.00



$78.00



1942.46



32

Paid by State of New
Hampshire for Oil aiid Tar-

via 337 . 64

Total Trunk Line Mainten-
ance expense 2280.10

(Note — The State reimbursed the Town $672.22
on this account^ making a net expenditure by the Town
$1066 . 24, and by the State $1013 . 86. The Town paid


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