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INDIANA



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STATE LIBRARY



ANNUAL REPORT



AUDITOR OF STATE



STATE OF INDIANA



Being a Detailed Statement of the Work of the Various Depart-
ments of Said Office for the Fiscal Year Ending
September 30, 1908.



APPENDIX:
Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners.



TO THE GOVERNOR.



INDIANAPOLIS:

\VM. B. BUKFOKD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING,

1908.



THE STATE OF INDIANA,

Executive Department,

November 2, 1908.

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of
State for verification of the financial statement.



Office of Auditor of State, \

Indianapolis, November 2, 1908. J

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the
State Treasury, has been examined and found correct.

J. O. BILLHEIMER,

Auditor of State.



November 2, 1908.

Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and trans-
mitted to Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board
of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding.

# FRED L. GEMMER,
/ Secretary to the Governor.



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana,
November 9, 1908.

FRED A. SIMS,

Secretary of State .



Received the within report and delivered to the printer November 9, 1908.

HARRY SLOUGH,

Clerk Printing Bureau.



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INDEX,



AUDITING DEPARTMENT.

Page.

Abstract of Assessments, 1907 38

Abstract of Duplicates, 1907 38

Balance in Treasury —

September 30, 1907 20

September 30, 1908 21

Benevolent Institution Fund —

Receipts to 36

Transfer Warrants 36

College Fund — ■

Condition of \ 74

Disbursements from 36

Interest, disbursements of 36

Interest, receipts of 36

List of borrowers from, by counties . . .' 73

Receipts to 36

Classification of —

Disbursements, General Fund " 37

Receipts, General Fund 37

Net Disbursements by Funds 21

Net Receipts by Funds . 20

Disbursements during fiscal year from —

Benevolent Institution Fund 36

CoUege Fund 36

College Fund, Interest 36

Educational Institution Fund . . ". 36

General Fund 22

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University 36

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University, Interest 36

School Revenue for Tuition 3

State Debt Sinking Fund

Unclaimed Estates ...

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Disbursements by Funds 21

Educational Institution Fund — ■

Disbursements from 3 >

Receipts to 36

Estimated Disbursements, 1910 and 1911 13

General Fund —

Disbursements 22

Receipts 22

Disbursements and Receipts, Summary of 37

Interest on Public Debt 72

Introductory Remarks 11

Public Debt Statement 70

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University —

Disbursements from 36

Distribution of the Fund 36

Interest, Disbursement of 36

Interest, Receipts of 36

List of Borrowers, by counties 73

Receipts to 36

PoU Tax, Collections of, 1908 69

I
Receipts to —

Benevolent Institution Fund , 36

College Fund 36

College Fund Interest 36

Educational Institution Fund 36

General Fund 22

Permanent Endowment Fund 36

Permanent Endowment Fund Interest < 36

State Debt Sinking Fund 36

School Revenue for Tuition '. . 36

Unclaimed Estates 37

Receipts and Disbursements by Funds 20

Recapitulation 21

Special Judges — Amount paid 69

State Debt Sinking Fund —

Receipts 36

Transfer Warrants 36

School Revenue for Tuition —

Disbursements 36

Receipts 36



Settlements — Page.

December, 1907 54

May, 1908 60

Summary Receipts, General Fund 37

Summary Disbursements from General Fund 37

Tax Levies, 1850-1908 • 75

Taxes Collected 62

Taxable Property 38



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.

Annual report of companies 101

Assets of companies —

Fire and marine insurance companies of other States 17

Miscellaneous companies 47

Life companies 63

Indiana life companies 63

Invested assets, fire and marine and foreign companies 17

Companies authorized to do business in the State —

Fire and fire and marine companies of other States 4

Fire companies of foreign lands 4

Fire companies of Indiana 4

Life and accident assessment companies of Indiana 4

Life and accident assessment companies of other States 4

Life companies of Indiana 4

Miscellaneous companies of Indiana 4

Miscellaneous companies of other States 4

Companies of other States admitted to do business in the State 13

Fraternal companies of Indiana complying with the law of 1,889 13

Fraternal companies of other States 13

Fraternal associations — Statistical 89

Insurance in force, premiums, losses, taxes, fees 89

Liabilities —

Fire and fire and marine companies 17

Miscellaneous companies 17

Life companies . 17

Indiana life companies 17

Reports of —

Legal reserve life companies, Indiana 63

Indiana fire and miscellaneous companies 17

Indiana assessment life and accident companies 79

Indiana fraternal beneficiary associations 13

Assessment accident companies of other States 79

Fraternal beneficiary associations of other States 13



BUILDING AND LOAN DEPARTMENT.

Introductory 3

Associations beginning business ' 3

Associations retiring from business 4

Associations in liquidation . 5

Comparative statements, years 1906-1908 6

Statements of condition of associations 8



BANK DEPARTMENT.

Calls on State banks for 1907 6

Private banks for 1907 99

Comparative statements, resources and liabilities for 1906-1907 —

State banks 8

Private banks 98

Trust companies 167

Savings banks 163

New State banks 4

New Trust companies 166

New Private banks 95

Statements of condition —

State banks 9

Private banks 100

Trust companies 168

Savings banks 164

State banks discontinued .•■••. 7

State banks increase in capital stock 5

Private banks discontinued 97

Private banks increase in capital stock 96

Trust companies discontinued 166

LAND DEPARTMENT.

Lands held by State by deed 8

List of lands unsold under acts 1883 and 1889 4

List of lands forfeited for nonpayment of loans 4

Remarks -



APPENDIX.

Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners for 1907,



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE.



JOIN C. BILLHEIMER,

Auditor.

JOHN E. REED,

Deputy Auditor.

WILLIAM H. QUICK,

Audit Clerk.

JOHN D. WILLIAMS,

Settlement Clerk.

LELA A. YOUNG,
Stenographer.

LAWRENCE A. WILES,

Bank Clerk.

CHARLES C. KELLY,
Building and Loan Clerk.

DAVID H. OLIVE,

Land Clerk.

KATHERINE MAHONEY.

Stenographer.

EDWARD M. HINSHAW,
JAMES R. HENRY,

J. W. LEVINGS,
CHARLES W. CAMP,

Bank Examiners.

CYRUS W. NEAL,

Insurance Deputy.

JOHN M. ASHBY,

Insurance Actuary.

EDWARD E. NEAL,

Insurance Securities Clerk.

HARVE E. CUSHMAN.

Insurance Examiner.

CLIFFIE B. MANLOVE,

Extra Clerk Insurance Department.

KATHERINE MOORE,

Stenographer.

ETHEL E. PITTS,

Copy Land Records.

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AUDITOR'S REPORT,



Hon. J. Frank Hanly, Governor of Indiana:

Sir — I have the honor to herewith submit for your ex-
amination the report of the Auditor of State for the fiscal
year ending September 30, 1908, giving in detail the fiscal
affairs of the State, with an elaborate showing of receipts
and disbursements and exhaustive tabulations reviewing
abstracts of county duplicates and settlements; valuable
data, associated with tax levies, duplicates, and all features
associated with the assessment, collection and disposition
of public revenues. I have also submitted extended re-
ports of the insurance, land, building association, banking
and trust bureaus, with suggestions as provided by statute,
that in my judgment would be of benefit to the people in
strengthening the law as to the efficiency of these agencies
of public utility.



ACCOUNTING DEPAKTMENT.



There is for 1907 levied for State purposes an aggre-
gate tax of 33.35 cents on each $100. Of this amount,
twelve cents is for the General Fund, and five cents for the
Benevolent Institution Fund. From the levies in these
funds combined came to the State all the taxes that are, or
can be used for the general expense of the State, and said
taxes amounted last year to $2,962,911.20. The levy for
school purposes is thirteen cents and six mills on the $100,
and the taxes resulting are distributed pro rata among the
different counties, according to the enumeration of school
children. This tax aggregated last year $2,275,503.79. The
Educational Institution tax of two and three-fourths cents
on each $100 amounted to $4*56,887.27 and was distributed
as the law provides : four-elevenths thereof to the Indiana

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University, three-elevenths thereof to the State Normal
School, and fonr-elevenths thereof to Purdue University.

The tax duplicates of the State amounted to $1,717,037,-
215.00. The amount of delinquent tax is $2,829,982.73.
There can be no legitimate reason to justify such a large
delinquency. In this season of universal prosperity, if
taxes can not be collected, there must be some radical
wrong, proceeding from local causes. It is manifestly a
very grave injustice to the taxpayers who meet these con-
tributions for the operating expenses of government, that
such a large per cent, of their neighbors are permitted to
either go scot-free, or do indifferently, and often inade-
quately, what should be the very first patriotic duty of good
citizenship. Thousands of dollars are absolutely lost, by
either going off the duplicates through insolvency, or the
removal of delinquents to other locations. The Legislature
in 1897 endeavored to cure this wrong by increasing the
treasurer's fees two per cent., but still the evil exists, and
in my judgment, because of the lack of energetic enforce-
ment of the present laws. I believe the State Tax Commis-
sioners are delegated powers by the statute to supervise
delinquent taxes in the different counties, but if additional
legislation is necessary, it ought to be supplied, to the end
that these omissions of public duty and omissions of tax
payments should cease. The yearly conference of County
Assessors with the State Board of Tax Commissioners has
introduced uniformity into the valuations of farm and
other tangible personal values.

The State tax levy for 1908 and 1909 is 9 cents, and the
Benevolent Institution tax levy for the same years is 5
cents on the $100.00. This levy of 14 cents will most likely
produce about $2,232,150.00, and this, added to the miscel-
laneous fees and collections, estimated at $1,357,000.00,
will make a total annual revenue to the State in General
Fund of $3,589,150.00.



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS.



Governor— 1910. 1911.

Governor's salary $8,000 00 $8,000 00

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 1,000 00 1,000 00

Secretary's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Executive Accountant's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Clerk's salary 1,500 00 1,500 00

Stenographer's salary 1,000 00 1,000 00

Office expenses 1,000 00 1,000 00

Traveling expenses 250 00 250 00

House rent and maintenance 1,800 00 1,800 00

Civil and military contingent 10,000 00 10,000 00

Emergency contingent 30,000 00 30,000 00

Adjutant General —

General's salary $2,250 00 $2,250 00

Clerk's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Stenographer's salary 600 00 600 00

Quartermaster-General's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Indiana militia 75,000 00 75,000 00



Secretary of State —

Secretary's salary $6,500 00 $6,500 00

Deputy's salary 2,400 00 2,400 00

Clerk's salary 1,500 00 1,500 00

Recording clerk's salary 1,000 00 1,000 00

Stenographer's salary 720 00 720 00

Stenographer and clerk's salary 720 00 720 00

Office expense 600 00 600 00

Automobile department 200 00 200 00

Foreign corporation 500 00 500 00

Distribution public documents . 250 00 250 00

Distribution court reports 250 00 250 00

Bureau of Public Printing —

Clerk's salary $1,500 00 $1,500 00

Assistant clerk's salary 900 00 900 00

Public printing, binding and stationery .... 75,000 00 75,000 00

Office expenses 250 00 250 00

Election ballots and expenses 25,000 00

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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued.

rVuditor of State— 1910. 1911.

Auditor's salary $7,500 00 §7.500 00

Deputy's salary 3,500 00 3,500 00

Audit clerk's salary 2,500 00 2,500 CO

Settlement clerk's salary. 2,200 00 2,200 00

Stenographer's salary : 920 00 920 00

Insurance deputy's salary 3,000 00 3,000 00

Extra insurance clerk's salary 1,000 00 1.000 00

Insurance security clerk's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Insurance actuary's salary 1,000 00 4.000 00

Insurance examiner's salary. . . '. 2,500 00 2,500 00

Land clerk's salary. ...... 1,800 00 1,800 00

Building and loan clerk's salary 2.000 00 2,000 00

Bank clerk's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Bank examiner's salary 10,000 00 10,000 00

Additional stenographers' salary 1.440 00 1,440 00

Office expenses 1,500 00 1.500 00

Contingent fund insurance 1,500 00 1,500 00



Treasurer of State —

Treasurer's salary $7,500 00 $7,500 00

Deputy's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Clerk's salary 1.500 00 1,500 00

Stenographer's salary 720 00 720 00

Office expenses 300 00 300 00



Attorney-General —

Attorney-General's salary $7,500 00 $7,500 00

Assistant's salary 2,400 00 2,400 00

Deputy's salary 2,400 00 2,400 00

Second deputy's salary 2,400 00 2,400 00

Assistant deputy's salary 1,800 00 1,800 00

Stenographer's salary 900 00 900 00

Stenographer and clerk's salary 900 00 900 00

Traveling expenses '. 1,500 00 1,500 00

Office expenses 750 00 750 00

Lawbooks 250 00 250 00

Escheated Estates Department 1,000 00 1,000 00



Clerk Supreme Court —

Clerk's salary $5,000 00 $5,000 00

Deputy's salary 1,800 00 1,800 00

Assistant deputy's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Record clerk's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Copy clerk's salary 900 00 900 00

Fee clerk's salary 750 00 750 00

Office expenses 850 00 850 00



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued.

Reporter Supreme Court — 1910.

Reporter's salary $5,000 00

Assistant's salary 2,000 00

Second assistant's salary 1,200 00

Third assistant's salary 1,200 00

Stenographer and clerk's salary 800 00

Office expenses 150 00

Supreme Court-
Judges' salaries $30,000 00

Judges' stenographic services 3,600 00

Law Librarian's salary 1,800 00

Messenger and Assistant Librarian's serv-
ices 1,200 00

Sheriff's salary 600 00

Law Library 2,000 00

Library, chambers and office expenses 2,000 00

Appellate Court —

Judges' salaries $36,000 00

Judges' stenographic services 4,320 00

Messenger's salary 720 00

Office and library expenses 2,000 00

Superior and Circuit Courts —

Superior Court judges' salaries $49,000 00

Circuit Court judges' salaries 210,000 00

Prosecuting Attorneys' salaries 30,000 00

Sheriff's mileage . . .' 15,000 00

Department Public Instruction —

Superintendent's salary $3,000 00

Assistant's salary 2,000 00

Deputy's salary 1,500 00

Clerk's salary 1,200 00

Stenographer's salary 720 00

Office expenses 1,000 Op

Traveling expenses 1,000 00

State Board of Education 4.000 00

State Library —

Librarian's salary $1,800 00

Reference Librarian's salary. 1,100 00

Cataloger's salary 1,100 00

Assistant cataloger and stenographer's sal-
ary 900 00

Custodian and messenger's salary 720 00

Legislative Reference Department 2,000 00

Books and binding 4,500 00

Office expense and distribution 1,500 00

Copyist * 000 00

Reorganization 2,500 00



1911.


$5,000 00


2,000 00


1,200 00


1,200 00


800 00


150 00


$30,000 00


3,600 00


1,800 00


1,200 00


600 00


2,000 00


2,000 00


$36,000 00


4,320 00


720 00


2,000 00


$49,000 00


210,000 00


30,000 00


15,000 00


$3,000 00


2,000 00


1,500 00


1,200 00


720 00


1,000 00


1,000 00


4,000 00


$1,800 00


1,100 00


1,100 00


900 00


720 00


2,000 00


4,500 00


1,500 00


600 00


2,500 00



1911.


$7,000 00


$120,000 00


$3,000 00


1,500 00


10,000 00


10,000 00


15,000 00



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued.

1910.
Public Library Commission $7,000 00

Legislature

Board of Health-
Secretary's salary $3,000 00

Clerk's salary 1,500 00

Expense 10,000 00

Laboratory maintenance 10,000 00

Pure Food and Drug Department 15,000 00



Board of State Charities —

Expense $8,000 00 $8,000 00

Agents 8,000 00 8,000 00

Transportation 400 00 400 00

Board of Forestry —

Secretary's salary $1,800 00 $1,800 00

Stenographer's salary 600 00 600 00

Commissioners' salaries and expenses 500 00 500 00

Office and traveling expense 1,000 00 1,000 00

Forest and field cultivation 2,500 00 2,500 00

Reservation expense 3,000 00 3,000 00

Board of Tax Commissioners —

Commissioners' salaries $9,000 00 $9,000 00

Commissioners' expense 3,000 00 3,000 00

Commissioner Fisheries and Game-
Commissioner's salary $1,200 00 $1,200 00

Traveling expense 800 00 800 00

State Board of Agriculture 10,000 00 10,000 00

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument 12,000 00 12,000 00

Indiana Academy of Science 600 00 600 00

Labor Commission 5,000 00 5,000 00

Bureau of Statistics —

Chief's salary $3,000 00 $3,000 00

Deputy's salary 1,800 00 1,800 00

Clerk's salary 2,500 00 2,500 00

Agents' fund 3,000 00 3,000 00

Stenographer's salary 1,440 00 1,440 00

Office expense ' ■ • ■ ■ 1,500 00 1,500 00



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued.

Board of Pardons— « 1910

Commissioners' salaries .5900 00

Clerk's salary 900 00

Expense , 250 00

Department of Factory Inspection—

Salaries $7,900 00

Traveling expense 2,750 00

Office expense 65 q qq

Department of Geology —

Chief's salary $3 000 00

Clerk's salary 720 00

Messenger and Custodian's salary 720 00

Ex P ense 3,800 00

Mine Inspection Department —

Inspector's salary $1,800 00

Clerk's salary qqq qq

Assistants' salaries 4300 00

Ex Pense [[[ 5000 QQ

Gas Inspection Department —

Inspector's salary $1,800 00

Assistant's salary , 2 000 00

Ex P ense • 1,500 00

State Veterinarian —

Salary $1,200 00

Assistants m 650 qq

Ex P ense 800 00

Supplies , . 200 00

Oil Inspection Department —

Inspector's salary $2,500 00

Expense ■ 900 00

State Entomologist 3 500 00

State Horticultural Society 2,600 00

State Corn Growers' Association 500 00

State Dairymen's Association 500 00

State Live Stock Breeders' Association 500 00



1911.


$900 00


900 00


250 00


$7,900 00


2,750 00


650 00



$3,000 00

720 00

720 00

3,800 00



$1,800 00


900 00


4,800 00


5,000 00


$1,800 00


1,000 00


1,500 00


$1,200 00


650 00


800 00


200 00


$2,500 00


900 00


3,500 00


2.600 00


500 00


500 00


500 00



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued.

State Building— 1910. 1911.

Custodian's salary $2,000 00 $2,000 00

Assistant Custodian's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Labor 16,080 00 16,080 00

Repairs and supplies 5,000 00 5,000 00

Water and ice 2,300 00 2,300 00

Illuminating and power 5,000 00 5,000 00

Flags and decorating 150 00 150 00

Engineer's salary 2,000 00 2,000 00

Assistant Engineer's salary 1,200 00 1,200 00

Labor 4,860 00 4,860 00

Repairs 3,000 00 3,000 00

Heat 7,000 00 7,000 00

Railroad Commission 30,000 00 30,000 00

Purdue University —

County Institutes $10,000 00 $10,000 00

Agricultural 25,000 00 25,000 00

State Normal Board of Visitors 150 00 150 00

Interest Public Debt, State Bonds 56,200 00 56,200 00

Central Hospital Insane —

Maintenance $310,000 00 $310,000 00

Repairs 25,000 00 25,000 00

Clotbing 15,000 00 15,000 00

Northern Hospital Insane —

Maintenance $135,000 00 $135,000 00

Repairs 8,000 00 8,000 00

Clotbing '. 6,500 00 6,500 00

Eastern Hospital Insane —

Maintenance $121,000 00 $121,000 00

Repairs 7,500 00 7,500 00

Clothing 5,000 00 5,000 00

Southern Hospital Insane —

Maintenance $106,000 00 $106,000 00

Repairs 6,000 00 6,000 00

Clothing 4,500 00 4,500 00

Indiana School for Deaf —

Maintenance $70,000 00 $70,000 00

Industrial Department 4,500 00 4,500 00

Indiana School for Blind —

Maintenance $35,000 00 $35,000 00

Repairs 2,500 00 2,500 00

Industrial Department 3,000 00 3,000 00

Library 500 00 500 00



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ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS-Continuecl.
Indiana School for Feeble-Minded Youth- 1910

Maintenance m 1911 -

Repairs.. §122,000 00 $122,000 00

7 >500 00 7,500 00

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home-
Maintenance

Repairs ?95 ' 000 °° ?95,000 00

Officers' salaries f'°°° °° 5 ' 000 °0

Library and insurance '.'.'..'. '• ' ' ■ ?'??? ?? 3 ' 900 00

Agents' fund 1 '° 00 °° i' 000 00

1.000 00 1,000 00

Indiana Epileptic Village-
Maintenance „.,„ „ •

$12,000 00 $12,000 00

State Soldiers' Home

Maintenance

saia^A^u^^o- — •;■;;:■ *~o ~000

Indiana Boys' School-
Maintenance
Repairs $85 '°° °° ? 85 ,000 00

Probation officer" .'.'.':: ' 7 '™™ 7 ' 000 00

1.200 00 1,200 00

Indiana Woman's Prison—
Maintenance

Repairs $20 ' 000 00 $ 20 >000 00

, 3,000 00 3,000 00

State Prison —

Maintenance »-,«../«„*

Repairs $105,000 00 $105,000 00

Library 5 ' 000 °° 5.000 00

• Discharged pnsoners'::::.' ™ ™ 5 °° °°

Paroled prisoners ... 4,000 00 4,000 00

Criminal insane ?' a °° °° 6 ' 500 °°

2,880 00 2,880 00

Indiana Reformatory

Maintenance

Repaid $110,000 00 $110,000 00

Trade schools ' " " ' J 5 ' 000 °° 5 '°0 °°

Schools ' • • • 20 ' 000 °° 20 '000 00

Library and 'amusements ". J'Z no 7 '°° °°

Paroled and discharged... ,l'Z °° ^ 00

Supervision paroled men. '. [ \ \ \ "I'T ft °? ^ °°

5 .000 00 5,000 00

Indiana Girls' School-
Maintenance .... m „ „«•

300 00 30000



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS,



STATEMENT.

Showing Condensed Exhibit of the Balance in the State Treasury by Funds
at the Beginning of the Fiscal Year, October 1, 1907; also the
Amounts Received and Disbursed from the Several Funds During the
Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1908, and the Balance on Hand on
Such Date.

Balance in Treasury Sept. 30, 1907 —

General Fund $897,627 61

School Revenue 70,460 28

College Fund, principal 3,442 42

College Fund, interest 161 09

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal . . 4,789 01

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest .... 98 00

Swamp Land Fund 23,598 55

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 1,933 25

Surplus Revenue Fund 500 00

Unclaimed Estates 62,847 93

Sale of lands, Common School Fund 9,323 38

Sinking Fund 467 78

Common School Fund 5,941 43

Sale State Lands 11.433 39



Total balance in Treasury Sept. 30, 1907 $1,092,624 12

Net Receipts by Funds, Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30, 1908.

General Fund $3,288,325 70

School Revenue for Tuition 2,792,983 40

Benevolent Institution Fund 830,667 28

State Debt, Sinking Fund 53 53

Educational Institution Fund 456,887 27

College Fund, principal 4,543 00

College Fund, interest 1,212 91

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal 6,873 59

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest 35,539 22

Swamp Land Fund 4,314 96

Unclaimed Estates 3,284 83

Sale State Lands 3,444 36

Total net receipts $7,428,130 05

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Net Disbursement by Funds, Fiscal Year Ending Sept. 30, 1908.

General Fund $3,692,835 85

School Revenue for Tuition 2,850,770 71

Benevolent Institution Fund 830,667 28

State Debt, Sinking Fund 53 53

Educational Institution Fund 456,887 27

College Fund, principal 7,887 42

College Fund, interest 1,345 76

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal 11,285 73

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest 35,613 57

Swamp Land Fund 271 59

Unclaimed Estates 1,275 30

Sale State Lands 467 70

Common School Fund 45,546 54

Total net disbursements $7,934,908 25



Recapitulation.

Balance in Treasury Sept. 30, 1907 $1,092,624 12

Total net receipts 7,428,130 05

Total to be accounted for $8,520,754 17

Total net disbursements 7,934,908 25

Balance in Treasury Sept. 30, 1908 585,845 92

Funds in Treasury Sept. 30, 1908—

General Fund : $493,117 46

School Revenue for Tuition 12,672 97

College Fund, principal 98 00

College Fund, interest 28 24

Permanent Endowment Fund, principal . . 376 87

Permanent Endowment Fund, interest ... 23 65

Swamp Land Fund 246 62

Unclaimed Estates 64,857 46

Common School Fund 14 60

Sale of State Lands 14,410 05



Total balance in Treasury Sept. 30, 1908 $585,845 92



STATEMENT.

Showing the Receipts to and Disbursements from State Treasury by Funds



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