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ANNUAL EEPOETS



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TOWN OF



D ERR Y



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FOR THE YEAR ENDING



JANUARY 31,



1926



ANNUAL REPORTS

OF THE

OFFICERS

OF THE

TOWN OF DERRY

For The Year Ending January ^i , 1^26



NEWS-ENTERPRISE PRE5&.

E. P. TEOWBKiDaE Prop.

Derrv, N H,

1926



N



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF DERRY



Selectmen
L. HENRY BAILEY JOHN A. TAYLOR

GEO. W. HOISLNGTON



Town Clerk
WALTER H. WARREN



Treasurers
CHARLES BARTLETT V. H. MOODY

H, A. COCHRAN



Tax Collector
HOWARD C. ABBOTT



Trustees of Trust Funds
HARRY W. TILESTON CHARLES S. EMERSON

BENJ. F. LOW



Auditors

H. L. GRLNNELL F. M. McGREGOR

FRANK B. OAKES



Moderator
JOSEPH B. B.A.RTLETT



Supervisors of Checklist

HUGH BLY A. N. McCULLUM

LOUISE J. COGSWELL



TOWN WARRANT



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE



To the Inhabitants of the Town of Derry, qualified
to vote in Town affairs:

You are hereby instructed to meet at the Adams
Memorial Building in said Town on the second Tues-
day of March next, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon to
act upon the following subjects:

1. To elect one selectman for three years, Town
Clerk, Collector of Taxes, Library Trustees, Trustee
of the Trust Funds, Auditors, and all other necessary
Town officials for the year ensuing.

2. 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 repairing
highways, for building and repairing bridges, for the
maintenance of trunk hne and state aid roads, for
the suppression of moths, for the police department
and municipal court, for hydrant service and electric
lights, for salaries of town officials, for the Board of
Health, for the expense of town halls, for the support
of hbraries, for payments to the sinking fund, for state
and county taxes, for the use of Upton Post No. 45,
G. A. R., for aid to the Derry Visiting Nurse Associa-
tion, for cooperating with the state and federal govern-
ments in control of the white pine bhster, and for all
other necessary charges arising in said Town and pass
any vote relating thereto.

3. To hear the reports of agents, auditors and
committees heretofore chosen and pass any vote relat-
ing thereto.



4. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate to sprinkle or oil the streets
and pass any vote relating thereto.

5. To see if the Town will vote to accept the prov-
isions of Chapter 117, Laws of 1917, on a section of
the Derry-Raymond Road, so-called, and appropriate,
or set aside from the amount raised for highway work
the sum of $400.00 for this purpose, and pass any vote
relating thereto.

6. To see what sum of money the Town will vote
to raise and appropriate for the purpose of cooperating
with the State in the construction of a portion of the
Derry-Raymond Road, and pass any vote relating
thereto.

7. To see if the Town will vote to authorize its
selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes
on the negotiable notes of the Town and pass any vote
relating thereto.

8. To see if the Town will direct the Collector of
Taxes to allow a discount to all persons paying their
taxes within such period as the Town shall limit, to fix
the rate of such discount, and pass any vote relating
thereto.

9. To appoint any necessary committee on any
article embraced in this warrant.

10. To see if the Tow^n will vote to have two public
toilets and a man and woman to take care of them
and pass any vote relating thereto.

11. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue that
part of the highway leading from the Gratteau place,
formerly known as the Charles Rand place, easterly
to Drews Corner and pass any vote relating thereto.



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12. To see what action the Town will take relative
to completing that section of the Pcockingham Road
between Pairview Avenue and the Catholic Church;
to raise and appropriate money for the same and pass
any vote relating thereto.

13. To see if the Town will vote to issue serial notes
or bonds of the Town for the purpose of carrying into
effect any action it may take under article tv^elve of
this warrant; to fix the kind and denomination of
such notes or bonds; the time and place of payment;
the rate of interest and the time when such interest
shall be paid and the manner of payment, all to be done
in accordance with the provision of the Statutes of
New Hampshire, and pass any vote relating thereto.

14. To see if the Town will vote to elect its road
agents by the voters of the Town and pass any vote
relating thereto.

Given under our hands and the seal of the Town
of Derry this 20th day of Febniary, 1926.

L. HENRY BAILEY
JOHN Au TAYLOR
GEORGE W. HOISINGTON

Selectmen of Derry.

A true copy of the Warrant ;

Attest.

L. HENRY BAILEY
JOHN Aw TAYLOR
GEORGE W. HOISINGTON

Selectmen of Derrv.



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF

Estimates of Pcevenue and Expenditures for the Ensu
pared with Actual Revenue and Expenditures of tlio



SOUKCES OF REVENUE
FROM STATE:

Insurance Tax
Railroad Tax
Savings Bank Tax
For Fighting Forest Fires
For Highways Raymond Road
(b For Trunk Line Maintenance
Interest & Dividend Tax

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT
TAXES

All Licenses and Permits except

Dog Licenses
Fines and Forfeits
P^ent of Town Hall and Other

Buildings
Interest Received on Taxes and

Deposits
Income of Departments: Sewers,

etc.
Income of Departments:
Playground

Income From Trust Funds
Refund

FROM POLL TAXES

From other taxes except property taxes

(a) National Bank Stock

(b) Taxes Redeemed
Dog Licenses

Auto Taxes — 1925
Auto Taxes — 1926
Revenue Applicable Only to New Const-
ruction and Improvements:
FROM STATE

For Trunk Line Highway
Construction
AMOUNT RAISED BY ISSUE OF

BONDS OR NOTES

Loan in Anticipation of taxes
Cemetery Weeds
Flannel Fund



Actual


Estimated


Revenue


Revenue


Previous


Ensuing


Year


Year


1925


1926


.$ 25.87


$ 25.00


1026.98


1000.00


5340.67


5400.00


112.13




580.73




e 602.28




3166.20


3200.00



247.00
925.80

1119.00

1529.93

1669.73

1419.41

1.00

41.67

83.33



712.33

232.37

461.43

5907.33

3547.17



4258.33



14793.75

53.00

271.00



200.00
600.00

750.00

1500.00

1000.00



5000.00



6000.00



DERRY, NEW HAMPSHIRE

ing Year, January 31, 1926 to January 31, 1927. Corn-
Previous Year, January 31, 1925 to January 31, 1926

Actual Estimated

Expenditures Expenditures

Previous Ensuing

Year Year

1925 1926

PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES
Current Maintenance Expenses:
GENERAL GOVERNMENT:

Town Officers' Salaries $ 4058.64

Town Officers' Expenses 2184.77

Election and Registration Expenses 277.15

Municipal Court, Juror Expenses 18.32

Ins. on Jackman Farm 15.78'
Care and Supplies for Town Hall 3349.16
PROTECTION OF PERSONS AND
PROPERTY:

Expense on dogs 39.40

Police Department 2268.00

Fire Hj^drants & Forest Fires 4194.60

Moth Extermination 193.55

Sewer Expenses 784.20
HEALTH:

Health Department 333.36

Vital Statistics 74.35
HIGHWAYS AND BRIDGES:

Raymond Road 891.46
State Aid Maintenance

Town's Contribution 4143.98

Sprinkling 1037.39
Trunk Line Maintenance

ToAvn's Contribution 1712.81

Town Maintenance 14144.07

Street Lighting 2749.04
General Expense of HigliAvay

Department 11801.71
EDUCATION :

Town Library 2500.00

Taylor 300.00
CHARITiES:

Flannel 271.00

Town Poor 375.10

Rebate of Poll tax 3.00
PATRIOTIC PURPOSES:

Memorial Day 150.00

Soldiers' Memorial • 4000.00
RECREATION :

Legal Expenses 630.29

Parks and Playgrounds 301.00



$ 4100.00

2000.00

450.00



3850.00



2200.00

4200.00

300.00



350.00
75.00

400.00

2400.00



1700.00

20000.00

2800.00



2500.00
300.00



750.00
150.00



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BUDGET (Continued)

Revenue Applicable Only to Payments

on Indebtedness:
Amount taken from Sinking Funds to

Pay Principal of Debt

Jackman Farm 400 00

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL

SOURCES EXCEPT PROPERTY

TAXES $48528.44

State & County Taxes 454.37

Amount Raised by Property Taxes: 177307.85



TOTAL REVENUES $226290.66



•74.15




132.69


200.09


300.00


300.00



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BUDGET ( Continued )

PUBLIC SERVICE ENTERPRISES:
Town Forest
Cemeteries
Visiting Nurse
INTEREST:

On Bonded Debt 3612.50 4200.00

On Long Term Notes

Highway Bonds 931.25

Highways and Bridges,

Perambulation 200.00

Town Construction, Crystal Ave.

and Birch St. 8000.00

Trunk Line Construction

Town's Contribution 7214.51 5000.00

Sidewalk Construction 31.49

Sewer Construction, Drift Fences 500.00

^tidebtedness :

Loan in Anticipation of Taxes 15000.00

PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL OP DEBT

(a) Bonds Federal Aid Road Bond 5000.00 5000.00

(b) Long Term Notes 2500.00
PAYMENT TO SINKING FUNDS: $ 6000.00 $ 6000.00
Payments to Other Governmental Divis-
ions: 1924 Poll taxes 2232.00

State Taxes 13830.00

County Taxes 11745.63

Payments to Precincts 10700.00
Payments to School Districts,

Town 64601.40
Payments to School Districts,

No. 2. 8742.41



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $215450.16



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT



Inventory of Taxable property in Town for 1925

Real Estate $4,736,020.00

Horses, 343 34,450.00

Oxen, 3 300.00

Cows, 648 37,840.00

Other Neat Stock, 2 150.00

Sheep, 14 160.00

Hogs, 3 65.00

Fowls, 4082 5,208.00

Vehicles, 59 3,700.00

Portable Mills, 2 • 1,700.00

Boats and Launches, 7 450.00

Wood and Lumber 12,040.00

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 6,490.00

Stock in Trade 659,866.00

Mills and Machinery 193,750.00

Total Valuation, 1925 $5,692,189.00

Total Valuation, 1924 5,596,862.00



Increase $95,327.00

Exempton of Soldiers, 1925 $59,720.00



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BALANCE



Derry, N. H.



ASSETS






Cash






111 hands of Town Treasurer


$14,494.93




Taxes not Collected Levy of






1925


19,880.82




Additional Levy


128.18




Taxes bought by Town






1916 to 1924 estimated






value


1,000.00




Due From State






Town Road, Balance In State






Treasury


24.61




Trunk Ldne Maintenance,






Balance in State Treasury


66.47




Trunk Line Construction,






Balance in State Treasury


96.18




State Aid Maintenance,






Balance in State Treasur>^


325.83




Sinking Fund including inter-






est


24,040.90




Jackman Property


400.00




Police Court Balance


100.00




Total Assets


$60,557.92


Net Debt


1


$52,297.50


Grand Total


;112,855.42


Decrease in debt $28,822.63







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SHEET



January 31, 1926



LIABILITES

Accounts owed by Town

Orders Outstanding $ 78.25

Dog Licenses, due School

Districts 422.03

Balance of 1925 Appropriation

due Schools 10,000.00

Unexpended balance in joint
Highway accounts

Town road Maintenance, Bal-
ance in Town Treasury 24.60

Town Road Maintenance, Bal-
ance in State Treasury 24,61

Trunk Line Maintenance, Bal-
ance Town Treasury 66.47

Trunk Line Maintenance, Bal-
ance in State Treasuiy 66.47

State Aid Maintenance, Bal-
ance in Town Treasury 325.82

State Aid Maintenance, Bal-
ance in State Treasury' 325.83

Trunk Line Construction, Bal-
ance in Town TreasuiT 96.18

Trunk Line Construction, Bal-
ance in State Treasury 96.18

Road Bonds, Federal Aid Trunk

Line 15,000.00

Interest on Bonds 903.13

Balance of Town Forest Ap-
propriation 425.85 $27,855.42



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Bonds Outstanding

Refunding Bonds Issued Nov.

1,1913:
4S due Nov. 1, 1928 12,500.00

41/28 due Nov. 1, 1928 12,500.00

4S due Nov. 1, 1933 30,000.00

4%S due Nov. 1, 1933 30,000.00 85,000.00=



Total Liabilities t $112,855.42



lb

SUMMARY

Town of Derry, N. H.

RECEIPTS
Current Revenue:

From Local Taxes State and

Coiuity only $ 454.37

1. Taxes Current Year 152,125.98 '

■2. Property and Poll taxes for

1924 25,181.87

3. Taxes Redeemed 232.37

4. National Bank Stock 712.33
Prom State:

Raymond Road, Maintenance 580.73

Trunk Line Maintenance * 602.28

Trunk Line Construction 4,258.33

Interest and Dividend Tax 3,166.20

Insurance Tax 25.87

Railroad Tax 1,026.98

Savings Bank Tax 5,340.67

Fighting Forest Fires 112.13
From Local sources Except Taxes
First National Bank of

Boston Loan $14,793.75
Refund of Interest from

Skawmut Bank 83.33

Dog Licenses.. 461.43

Business Licenses and Permits 247.00
Fines and Forfeits, Municipal

Court 925.80

Kent of Town Halll 1,119.00

Interest received on taxes 764.77
Interest received on deposits

1924 41.47
Interest received on deposits

1925 601.21



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STATEIVIENT

For the year Ending January 31, 192G



PAYMENTS
Current Maintenance Expenses:
Gene:al Gcvernment:

1. TcT.n Cmcsrs' Salaries $ 4,058.64

2. TcTVR Officers' Expanses 2,184.77
o. Elec-icn and Registration 277.15
4. Ac^iins Memorial Hall 3,349.16

Prctecricn cf Persons and

Property:

Police Department 2,268.00
Hydrant Expense and Forest

Fires 4,194.60

Juror Expense 18.32

Moth Extermination - 193.55

Damage by Dogs 39.40

Health:

Health Department 333.36

Vitar Statistics 74.35

Sewer Maintenance 784.20
Highways and Bridges :

Raymond Road ^ 891.46

State Aid Maintenance 4,143.98

Trunk line Maintenance 1,712.81

Town Maintenance 14,144.07

Sprinkhng 1,037.39

Street Lighting 2,749.04
General Expenses of Highways 11,801.71
Libraries :

Derry Pubhc Library 2,500.00

Taylor Library 300.00
Charities :

Town Poor 375.10

Town Flannel 271.00



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SUMMARY



Town of Derry, N. H.



RECEIPTS

Income from Trust Funds 41.67

Sewer Rent 1,669.73
H, C. Abbott, Interest on deposits 98.51
W. Warren, Interest on deposits 23.97

Income from Departments 1,419.41

E. T. Rutter, For Playground 1.00

Payment on Jackman Farm 400.00
C. W. Garland, Brown Flannel

Fund 271.00

Cemetery Deeds 53.00

Total Cun-ent Revenue Receipts $216,836.16
Permits for the Registration of

Motor Vehicles, 1925 5,907.33
Permits for the Registration of

Motor Vehicles, 1926 3,547.17 9,454.50



$226,290.66
Cash on hand February 1, 1925 $3,576.18



Grand Total $229,866.84



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STATEMENT



For the Year Ending January 31, 1926



PAYMENTS


Patriotic Purposes:




G. A. R. Upton Post


150.00


Memorial


4,000.00


Recreation :




Playground


301.00


Public Service Enterprises:




Visiting Nurse


$ 300.00


Cemeteries


132.69


Unclassified :




Legal Expenses


630.29


Rebate


3.00 .


Insurance on Jackman Farm


15.78


Town Forest


74.15


Interest:




Paid on Road Bonds


931.25


Paid on Bonded Debt.


3,612.50


Permanent Improvements :




Trunk Line Construction, Ray-


-


mond Road


7,214.50


Sidewalks


31.49


Indebtedness :




Paid on Temporary Loan


15,000.00


Paid on Federal Aid Road Bond


5,000.00


Paid on Road Bond


2.500.00


Paid to Sinking Fund


6,000.00


Payments to other Governmental




Divisions:




Paid to State for Taxes


13,830.00


Taxes paid to County


11,745.63


Poll taxes to State


2,232.00


Payments to Town Fire District 9,750.00


Payments to No. 2. Fire District 950.00



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Payments, (Cciitinued)

Payments to Town School Dist-
rict 64,601.40
Payments to School District No.

2. 8.742.41



Total Payments $215/150.16

Cash on hand January 31, 1926

less outstanding orders 14,416.68



Grand Total $229,866.84

LAMD, BUILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT

Town of Derry, N. H. January 31, 1926

Adams Memorial Building and

grounds, $ 24,000.00

Adams Memorial Buildine, Furn-



iture and Equipment


1,275.00


East Derry Town House


3,000.00


Derry Library, Furniture and




Equipment


3,500.00


Plighway Department :




Stone Crusher


600.00


Road Roller


4,500.00


Road Machine


75.00


Kettles and Pouring Pots


100.00


Land for dump and Gravel




Banks


900.00


Shed


350.00


Spraying Machine


900.00


Truck


400.00


Fordson Tractor and Road




Grader


900.00


Federal Truck


2.650.00


Plow


575.00


Asphalt Plan & roller


3,500.00


Cement Mixer


340.00



Parker Place 1,000.00 $48,565.00
Derry Water Department

Original Cost of Plant 135,577.16

Extentions 1906 to 1919 25,913.35

Extentions 1920 to 1924 50,879.22

Extentions 1925 289.49



$202,659.22



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DETAIL STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS

Detail 1.

Town Officers Salaries



Selectmen:




L. Henry Bailey


$600.00


John A. Taylor


500.00


George W. Hoi sing ton


500.00


Town Treasurers:




Charles Bartlett, Est.


33.24


V. H. Moody, Est.


100.00


H. A. Cochran


66.76


Town Clerk:




Walter H. Warren


200.00


Tax Collector:




Howard C. Abbott, 1924 taxes


514.14


Howard C. Abbott, 1925 taxes


1,200.00


Town Clerk:




Walter H. Warren




Auto Licenses, bal. of 1925


199.50


Auto Licenses, 1926


100.00


Auditors :




Frank B. Oakes, 1924-1925


30.00


H, L, Grinnell, 1925


15.00



$4,058.64



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Detail 2.
Town Officers Expenses



Clerical Expenses:

Frances T. Tewksbury $1,035.00

Printing Town Reports:

News Enterprise Press. 450.00

Printing Supplies and Notices:

Record Press 23.20

News Enterprise Press 23.50

Telephone Service:

New England Tel. & Tel. Co, 75.35

Expense during perambulation:

106.00
Office Supplies and postage:

E. L. Abbott, Postage 21.00

O. E. Galley 60.00

W. P. Farmer, Tickets and dues

to N. H. Assessors Association 8.00
E. C. Eastman, Supplies 53.70

PrisciUa Carpenter, Services 6.25

Geo. W. Hoisington, Expense

taking inventory 100.00

A. J. Picard, Lunches taking

inventory 4.20

Hugh Bly, Supplies for Election 60

P, Monis, Supplies 1.00

Frances T. Tewksbury,

Expenses 4.35

H. L. Grinnell, Town Counsel 100.00

Derry Ins. Agency, Bonds for

Town Officers 95.00

W, H, Warren, Postage and

Supplies 17.62



$2,184.77



Detail 3.




Election and Registration


Expenses


Supendsors of Check Lists:




HugiiBiy


$ 25.00


A. N. McCullum


25.00


Louise J. Cogswell


25.00


Ballot Clerks:




H. A. Cochran


7.00


E, P. Maroney


7.00


A. Seiiecal


7.00


News Enterprise Press:




Printing Check Lists


110.00


Printing Notices and Ballots


51.50


F. E. Wood, Labor on booths


9.00


Mabel Blake, Lunches


10.65



Detail 4.
Juror Expense



$277.15



Earle R. Stockbridge $18.32 $18.32

Detail 5.
Jackman Farm

Insurance, E. E. Griffin 15.78 $15,78



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Detail 6,






Municipal Court


Account




REPORT OF E. B.


WESTON




Clerk of Municipal Con


rt, Derry, N. H.




Cash on hand 1925


" $ 100.00




Net receipt of fines


1,970.36




Expenses




$364.56


Salary of Judge Grinnell. Jr.




400.00


Salary of Clerk




150.00


Fees of Associate Justice




130.00


Paid Town of Derry




925.80


Cash on hand at end of year




100.00



$2,070.36 $2,070.36



Detail 7.
Adams Memorial Hail



Janitor Service:

Ernest E. Berry 1,204.00

Frederick E. Wood 1-0^

Elcetric Lights:

Derry Electric 388.19

J. A. Oxley 40.32

Fuel:

Holmes & Wheeler 783.98

J. A. Noyes 21.00

N. H. Dickey 9.00

Fred Chase 5.00

Insurance:

W. J. Kingsbury 24.00

Derry Ins. Agency 45.00

Bartlett & Shepard 67.50

Frank N. Young 45.00

Nutfield Ins. Agency 37.50



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Detail 7. (Continued)



Frank B. Oakes


67.50


E. E. Griffin


37.50


Abbott & Davis


22.50


Supplies, Repairs and Labor:




J. A. Laport, Salary of Stage




hands


140.00


H. L. Dalman


22.90


Arthur Sargent


30.00


L. H. Pillsbury & Son


25.85 •


Neal Hardware Co.


20.40


T. A. Stewart


48.25


Chase & Bodwell


13.10


S. S. Pierce Co.


10.00


H. W. Chase, Labor


33.65


Laundry


4.76


Bell Hardware


5.40


H. Parent


1.25


H. R. Kingsbury


6.00


Steele Furniture Co., Flag and




Supphes


27.00


J. H. McPherson, Flag Pole


77.50


Louis Moran


34.00


Boston & Maine Freight


18,05


Benson Co.


24.25


American Express


86


Holmes & Wheeler, Carting


1.00


J, B. Varick


35


L. M. Packer


1.40


H. W. Wilson


1.80


Gelt Market


50


V. H. Moody


35


L. H. Bailey


35


Record Pubhshing Co.


1.00


Cloverdale


20


-


$3,349.16



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Detail 8.






Police Department


Expenses




Regular Police:






George E. Dustin


$1,589.65




Special Police :






Henry Parent


152.79




Wm. J. Bennett


87.22




A. Butman


78.76




C. A. Manning


10.57




Geo. W. Blake


2.00




W. H. Dicey


8.00




E. E. Berry


33.48




J. Guilbeault


5.00




Geo. Warren


5.50




Wm. Guilbeault


228.28




A. Senecal


1.00




G. Bean


1.00




H. Stevens


1.50




C. Madden


1.50




F. Wood


2.50




Sundry Expenses:






Transportation


50.00




Record Press, Printing


3.75





$2,268.00



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Detail 9.



Fire Hydrant Expenses and Forest Fires



Derry Water Works Co,:

Period ending July 1, 1925 $1,975.00

Period ending January 1, 1926 1,975.00

A. J. Senecal, Fire Warden :
Fighting Fire

Hampstead Road 11.15

Shields Pond 36.00

Senna Farm 3.25

Shields Pond 22.00

White Farm 24.00

Hampstead Road 34.55

Seavey Lot 48.70

Adams Mill 62.45

A. J. Senecal, Posting signs 2.50



$4,194.60



Detail 10.
Moth Extermination Expense



Labor:

Derry Water Works Co. 164.10

Repairs :

Currier Motor Sales 15.30

Supplies:

Derrv Water Works Co. 14.15



$193.55



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Detail 11.
Damages



McLane and Davis, Casey vs.

To-vn $630.29 $630.29

Detail 12.
Damage and Expense by Dogs



E. C. Eastman, Blanks


$ 8-.15




Record Publishing Co., Notices


6.50




F. Tyler, Damage to Fowl


11.25




A. S. Duntley, Damage to FoavI


7.50




Disposing of Carcasses:






T. Sutton


1.00




W. J. Bennett


2.00




A. Pelletier & T. Vellieux


1.00




Fred Wood


2.00








$39.40


Detail 13.






Vital Statistics







Recording Vital Statistics:

W. H. Warren $38.85

Recording Births, Marriages and
Deaths:

W. W. AJlen, M. D. 50

J. C. B. Charest, M. D, 4.25

W. R. Sanders, M. D. 5.50 .

R. H. Barker, M. D. 21.75

F. I. Kelley 1.25

L J. Enslin 2.25



$74.35



Detail 14.
Health Department Expenses



S. J. Cogswell, M. D., Professional






Services as Health Officer


$105.00




G. H. Beckley, M. D., Professional






Services as Health Officer


5.75




Disposing of Carcasses:






Wm. Taylor


1.00




R. Mcintosh


50




Supplies & Services during






Quarantine :






Mrs. Alice Emerson


85.00




Mrs. Fullard


1.25




News Enterprise Press


3.00




Record Publishing Co.


50




L. H. Bailey


1.80




H. E. Stevens


1.00




Care of Dump


128.56





F : : ■ $333.36



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Detail 15.

State Aid Maintenance of Highways and Bridges



Paid by Town of Deny to Beiij.






MeiTifield






Payrolls for weeks ending






March 26, with Assistant


$33.83




April 2, with Assistant


45.49




April 9, with Assistant


42.37




April 16, with Assistant and






Supplies


45.49




April 24, with Assistant


29.11




April 30, with Assistant


41.88 .




May 7, with Assistant


55.59




May 14, with Assistant


33.16




May 21, with Assistant


44.50




May 28, with Assistant


38.42


- '.-


June 4, with Assistant


41.61




June 11, with Assistant


35.49




June 18, with Assistant


35.00




June 26


38.89




July 2,


41.90




July 9, with Assistant


45.50




July 16, with Assistant and




m !'■


Supphes)


33.70




July 23, with Assistant and






Supplies


37.19




July 30, with Assistant and




y,.


Supplies


38.11




Aug. 6, with Assistant and






Supphes


59.40


" "7


Aug. 13, with Supphes


59.68


VT


Aug. 20, with Assistant


49.00




Aug. 27, with Assistant and






Supphes


49.35




Sept. 3, with Assistant and






Supplies


24.19






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Detail 15. (Coiitiiiued)



Sept. IG, v/ith Assistant 38.00

:Sept. 17, with Assistant 33.38
-Sept. 24, with Assistant and

Supplies 5G.85
Oct. 1, with Assistant and

Supplies 52.80

Oct. 8, with Assistant 38.00

Oct. 22, with Assistant 18.88
Oct. 29, with As:.i&tant and

Supplies 34.72

Nov, 5, with assistant 36.43
Nov. 12, with Assistant and

supplies 34.69

Nov 19, with Assistant 21.00
Nov, 25, with Assistant and

Supphes 38.99

Dec. 10, Gravel 10.00



$1,412.59



Paid by Town of Derry to H. M.


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