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J. L. Long, Educational Department.

1918 June, transportation $1.47. hotel and meals $1.00, mI»eellaneou« 75c'..

1918 F. W. Fahrbach, Photographer, August, transportation $27.49, misc.
60c; Nov. , misc. 30c; Dec. , transportation $30.57, misc. 90c

1913 A. L. Ames, Road Lecturer, August, transportation $18.85, meals and
lodging $5.50. Pullman $1.50; Sept., transportation $20.93, meals and
lodging $8.00; Dec., transportation $18.08, hotel and meals $11.30;

1014 January, transportation $11.71, hotel and meals $15.00; Feb., trans-
portation $49.29. hotel and meals $24.80, Pullman $6.00, misc. $2,85,
salary (classified as expense) $40.00; March, transportation $57.88,
hotel and meals $55.15. puHman $5.90, miscellaneous $3.50; April,
transportation $3.63, hotel and meals $3.00, stenographic help
$13.00; June, transportation $4.44, hotel and meals $1.00

1913 George L. Bartow, Road Lecturer, September, transportation $7.76,

hotel and meals $2.00

1914 E. H. Cunningham, Road Lecturer, March, transportation $5.76, hotel

and meals $8.50

1914 A. N. Johnson, Road Lecturer, January, transportation $17.96, hotel

and meals $3.35, pullman $2.75, misc. 40c

1914 B. H. Cole, Electrician, January, transportation $6.04, hotel and

meals $3.95, misc. 40c

1918 A. R. Hirst, Road Lecturer, December, transportation $18.20, hotel

and meals $1.95, pullman $4.25, miscellaneous 60c-

1913 S. W. Beyer, Geologist, July, transportation $16.60, meals and lodg-

ing $14.10, misc. 25c; Aug., transportation $35.71, hotel and meals
$17.30, misc. 85c - _.

1914 L. H. Pammel, Lecturer, June, transportation $12.54, hotel and meals

$9.25 -

1914 J. M. Brockway, Lecturer, March, transportation $6.90, hotel and
meals $7.25



874.70

9.76

14.20

24.45

10.89
25.00

84.81
21.^
14.15



OFFICE AND DESIGNING DEPARTMENT SUPPLIES.

Paid from appropriation under Chapter 133, Acts Thirty-fifth General
Assembly. From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose.



Amount



1913 May 12, Dahlberg Offlsupply Co., stenographer outfits and note-
books, $S.70; May a), J. W. Butler Paper Co., 1 roll wrapping
paper, $2.04; A. C. McClurg Co., stationery for olfiw, $4.61;
McNamara-Kenworthy Co., stationery lor office, $10.25; Koch I
Bros., suppliee, $28.75; McMillan Book Co., record book, $19.60;
A. C. McClurg C\>., desk blotters, $5.70; Revolute Machine Co., |
8 lamp tube. $27.00; C. L. Dahlberg Co., printograph and sta- '
tionery, $£2.36; June 4, A. C. McClurg, pencil sharpeners, 24c;
A. C. McClurg, memo books and) flUere, $4-€9: Hevolute Machine
Co., 1 C. A. shifter bulb. $L10; L. A. Will, COO expansible
file pockets, $4o.(K); MeXsJuara-Kenworthy Co., 2 doz. env.. 20-*;
Kcch Bros. Printing C\>., 2.000 letterheads and 2.'»0 env., $24.60; '
June 21, Book Store, blotters, ink, etc., $25.75; Book Store, blue



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To Whom Paid— Pot What Purpose.



Amount



print material, $82.21; Book Store, tacks, eraaers, pencils, etc.,
' $27.69; Book Store, blue print material, $1.66; June 90, McNamara-
Kenworthy Co., 200 firrip flJesi, $ee.o:>; Ames Weekly Times, 1,COO
flUng cards, $3.50; Tablet and Ticket Co., 2 office boxes and env.,
$8.08; July 14, Book Store for June, 1913, $44.07; Book Store,
blue print paper, June, $l2.eO; July 20., Marshall Printing Co.,
100 daily offllce record'books, $18.65; July 28, A. C. McOQurg & Co.,
i doz. fillers, No. 9Ce0i, $1.30; Koch Bros. Printing Co., 6 style J,
No. 610, a^xW, $4^.80; Aug. 5, Book Store, blue print paper, July,
$26.44; Book Store, July accoimt, $66.88; McNamara-Kenworthy
Co., 1 record book, $1.60; Keuffel & Esser, detail paper, di*awing
ink, soft rubber erasers, thumb tacks, $41.64; Keuffel & Esser,
bdue print paper, $86.66; Keuffel & Esser, 2 rolls tracing cloth,
$14.64; Whiting Paper Co., 2i reams paper, $10.20; Aug. 16,
Boone Blank Book Co., 160 blanks, $7.d0; Sept. 8, McNamara-
Kenworthy Co., 1 record book, $1.60; Sept. 8, King Printing Co.,
l.tOO letterheads, $1.90; A. C. McOlurg & Co., i doz. desk blotter
holders, $11. iO; Sept. 22, Revolute Malchine Co., i payment, blue
print machine, $328.00; McNamara-Kenworthy Co., 108 No. 410 S
grip files, $51.84; A. C. McClurg & Co., 1 doz. 60«55i standard
fillers, $2.60; Book Store, blue print paper, Aug., $28.08; Sept.
22, Book Store account, Aug., $67.23; Oct. 20, Book Store ac-
count, Sept., $32.29; Book Store, bhie print paper, Sept., $23.70;
W. M. Welch Co., 1,00) expense books, $25. 63; Jno. C. Moore Cor-
poration, 6 P. 2i binders, $15.00; Russell's Railway Guide Co.,
Russell's Railway guide, 1 yr. , $2.50; Whiting Paper Co., 2 reams

24 lb. paper, $10.20; Revolute Machine Co., h payment blue print
machine, $328.00; AmerJ^an Papeterie & Env. Co., 20 M. wrap-
pers and envs., $148.61; American Litho. & Ptg. Co., 10,000 litho.
letterheads, $56.00; Nov. 17, Book Store account, Oct., $24.48;
Nov. 23, correction, $1.00; Dec. 22, McNamara-Kenworthy Co.,

25 grip files. No. 004-0, $4.60; McNamara-Kenworthy Co., 100 grip
flies, $43.00; Book Store ad.^unt, Nov., $E?7.13; John C. Moore
Corporation, 3,o:x) sheets, 189718, for loose leaf binders, $12.75;
McNamara-Kenworthy Co., 1,000 Moore's loose leaves, $2.60; A.
C. McClurg & Co., blades for pencil sharpener, 82c;

1914 Jan. 9, McNamara-Kenworthy Co., 100 grip files, $18.00; Frederick I
Post Co., 1 roll tracing cloth, $6.80; Frederick Post Co., sepia
solar paper, $3.23; Jan. 28, Matt Parrott & Sons Co., road pro-
file binder, $18.26; J. H. Ames, paper fasteners, $1.00; Feb. 9,
Des Moines Statdonery Co., rubbar bands, etc., $1.80; Matt Par-
rott & Sons Cj., blanksi, form No. 83, $3.08; Book Store account,
Jan., $10.47; McN am ara'-Ken worthy Co., card holders, $1.25;
Ames News Stand, paper and carbon, $2.70; Feb. 14, Book Store,
blue print paper, Jan., $27.16; Book Store, 600 yds. of blue print
paper, No. 221, $13.£0;. Feb. 14, Tilden Store Co., 2 £0 yd.
rolls ribbon, $2. CO; McNamara-Kenworthy Co., bristol board, etc.,
$2.20; Frederick Post Co., 3 24 yd. roHs tracing cloth, $20.89:
Bock Store account, Jan., ^33.95; Feb. 23, Des Moines Station-
ery Co., drawing paper, eoc; Des Moines Stationery Co., binders
and drawing paper, Ji2.00; Des Moines Stationery Co., pen>:il shar-
pener, §«.0O; b?s Moines Paper Box Mfg Co., mailing tubes. $4.50;
Mar. 16, Book Store, blue print paper, Feb., $16.75; Book Store
account. Feb., $23.67; Jno. C. Moore Corporation, 3 F. 2i binders
$8.18; M'^r. 28, J>^ Moines Paper Box Mfg. Co., mailing tubes,
$4.05; Dahlberg Offisupply Co., loos© leaf note books, $2.16;
April 9, Eaton-Frye Co., carbons land ribbons, $8.64; Eaton-Frye
Co., typewritsr ribbons, $40.00; Carpenter Paper Co.. 3 M. envs.,
$10.80; Ergene Dietzgen Co., 3 dust brushes, $2.14; April 24, Book
Store, blue print, March, $48.93; Book Store account, March,
$?l.f'0; J. W, Butler Paper Co., wrapping paper and photo filing
cards, $11.63; McNamara-Kenworthy Co., 2 bone folders, 8Cc;
American Lithograph & Printing Co., 20,000 letterheads, $86.00;
Matt Parrott & Sons Co., sheets for road profile holders, $2.60;
Harger & Blish. 3 doz. blank d-ictating machine records, $10.80;
Safford Stamp Works, 1 No. Superior band dater, $1.50; May
12, Book Store, blue print paper, April, $16.95; Book Store ac-
count, April, $47.80; Carpenter Paper Co., 3,000 envs., $13.50;
Eaton-Frye Co., carbon paper, $18.00; May 26, B. F. Swanson
Co., Dermox, $4.03; McNamara-Kenworthy Co., scalers, $6.30;
Whiting Paper Co., 2 reams paper, $10.60; Jno. C. Moore Cor-
poration, 3,000 sheets No. 196756, Moore loose leaves. $12.75; Safford



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To Whom Paid— For What Purpose.



Stamp Works, 1 No. Superior band dater, $1.50; Carpenter Paper
Co., la M. cnvs., $29.88; May 29, Revolut« Machine Co., 1 blower
lor Wue print mjachine, $8.00; Revolute Machine Co-., i H. P. motor
for blue print machine, $28.75; Revolute Machine Co., 52" mercury
lamp tube, $40.00; June 10, Book Store account, May, $39.02; Book
Store, bine print paper for May, $09.75; Revolute Machine Co.,
shifter for blue print machine, $2.60; Dahlberg Of fisupply Co. , note
books and copy holders, $5.C0; June 23, Kraft Brown en vs. (Butler
Paper Co.), N.o 22713, $54.87; Frederick Post Co., 3 60 yd. rolls
blue print paper, $3.10, Des Moines Stationery Co., scrap book,
$5.76; Frederick Post Co., 2 10 yd. rolls blue print paper, $2.74;
June 30, Keuffel & Esser, 500 sheets paper, $1.50



Amount



$ 2,»47.15



EQUIPMENT AND REPAIRS.

Paid from appropriation under Chapter 133, Acts Thirty-fifth General
Assembly. From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose.



Amount



1913 May 20, Des Moines Rubber Stamp Worksi, seal of commission,

$2.00; McNamaj-a-Kenworthy Co., numberfnc: machiine, $14.00;
L. O. Smith & Bros., 2 L. C. Smith typewriters, $10&.oa; June 4,
£. D. Bream, 2 rt)ad laitlases, $210.00; Eugene Dietzgen, T squares,
straight edges, etc., $39.88; Chase & West, 1 desk for office,
$30.00 Remington Typewriter Co., 1 Remington typewriter, $70.00;
Chase & West, 1 tabto, $4.30; Star Engraving and Printing Oo.,

1 halftone, $1.26; July 14, Harger & Blis>h, i Edison's dictaphones,
. $187.00; Book Store, 1 Underwood typewriter, $71.76; Book Store,

2 letter size, 2 drawer •cabinets, $3ir.eo. Book Store, 1 No. 82
Sec., 2 No. 62 Sec., 1 No. 101 Sec., 1 No. 105 Base, 1 No. 12
top, $83.83; Chase & West, 2 desks, $60.00; A. O. McClurg & Co.,
1 clock, $2.39; July 21, Revolute Machine Co., 1 Mercury tube
for B. P. machine, $04.00; L. O. Smith & Bros., 1 I/. C. Smith
typewriter, $50.00; July 28, Chase & Wes»t, 2 No. 458 desks, $62.16;
Chase & West, 2 No. 140 chaitrs, $13.30; Aug. 5, S. Davidson &
Bros., 2 No. 3660 chairs, $11.90; S. Davidson & Bros., 6 No. 3851
chairs, $27.00; S. Davidsion & Bros., 2 No. 3894J chairs, $11.00;
S. Davidson & Bros., 2 No. 399i3i chairs, $8.00; Aug. IS, Keller-
Parnsworth Furniture Co., tables for exhibit at Council Bluffs,
$5.50; Commercial club, chairs and labor for exhibit at Council
Bluffs, $1.60; Aug. 26, I/. O. Smith & Bro«., 2 L. C. Smith type-
writers!, $liuO.OO; Sept. 6, Iowa PubMshing Co., 10 black leather
auto guides, $83.00; S. Davideon & Bros., 3 G. O. chairs (rented)
(fair), $1.05; Sept. 22, Jake Sturtz, repairs on drafting tables.
$3.88; Oct. 4, Jake Sturtz, resurfatcing tables, $10.00; Oct. 20, Des
Moines Stationery Co., 1 No. 458, eo" Moon de®k, $30.26; Oct. 27,
B. E. Norton, help on forms, $6.44; E. L. Marriage, help on
forms, $4.84; Nov. 17, J. W. Butler Paper Co., 1 roll wrapping
paper, $1.98; Book Store, filing sections and bases, 2 No. 408, 1 pr.
No. 400 ends, 1 shelf, 3 setsi bases, 1 No. 60, 2 No. SO, 1 No. 106,
1 No. 34, 2 No. 12, 3 No. 404, 1 pr. No. 400 ends, 4 sets No.
410, $1^.18; Dec. 22, superintendent's storeroom, Lamp shades,
key sockets, drop cord, $2.37; Eugene Dietzgen Co., locator's hand
level, $5.00; Carnegie Steel Co., 6 copies of Carnegie's Pocket
Companion, f,6.00;

1914 Feb. 9, John Slossi, wiring for lamps, $2.25; Chase & West, 2 tables,

$15.50; Chase & West, l desk, No. 106, ?30.00; E. H. Sargent &
Co., 72 8 oz. bottles for bitumen, etc., $6.75; Joe Schilling, wiring
desk lamps and dH^tating machines, $2.25: 0am Sloss, wiring desk
lamps and dictating machines, $3.60; Photo section, prints and
fihns, $1.10; The Roadi Maker, advertising, $11.20; Burroughs
Adding Machine Co., 1 Burroughs adding machine, $303.76; Feb.
14, Book Store, sections, 1 pr. No. 400 ends, 2 sections. No. 34207,
$39.00; D. J. BuUock, 6 sets casters, $4.50; superintendent's
storeroom, electric mippMes, wiring, $8.82; Feb. 28, O. B. Nelson
Construction Oo., lamp stand and 2 shades, $3.18; Carr Hardware



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Amount



Co., 6 heavy tin spoons, 1 pt. Jap-a-Lac, 1 brush, J gross U"
screw9, 2 oz. pans", 16 sq. ft. 14" hdw. clo., 7 sQ. It. IJ" hdw.
cIo., $6.76; Mar. U, Harger & BHsh, tubing lor dictaphones, 40c;
A. N. Johnson, gravel testing outfit, $3.25; Dee Moines Station-
ery Oo., $84.60; Clay Cameron, blue print mach. wiring, $1.88;
April 9, A. W. Minott, blue print machine wiring, $2.63; April 24,
Book Store, 3 No. 408 sectiopsi, $54.25; S.- Davidson & Bros., 3
office chairs, Dist. No. 2, $18.60; superintendent's storeroom,
wiring mippl'ies for offi>ee, $16.35; May 1, Des Moines Stationery
Oo., 1 No. 466 &y' desk, $30.25; May 12, J. A. Giffen, 1 filing cabi-
net (Atlantic), $28.00; Book Store, 1 No. 1102 base, 1 No. 1094
section, l No. lOlT section, 1 No. 1012 top, $29.96; L. C. Smith
& Bros., rubber cushions for typewriters, 75c; Underwood Type-
writer Co., 1 Underwood typewriter, $71.75; May 26, S. Davidson
& Bros., 3 office chairs, No. 212, ^3.00; Economy Drawing Table
Co., 1 No. 3 drawing table, $17.64; May 29, Adams Furniture Co.,
furniture polish, $1.00; June 10, Royal Typewriter Co., 1 Royal
typewriter with carrying case, $46.00; June 10, Book Store, 11 No.
12 tops, 33- No. 62 sG2tion8, 9 No. 102 bases, 2 No. 106 bases,
4 No. 60 sections, 2 No. 16 sections, 2 No. 32 sections, 12 desk
trays, $630.04; Obase & West, 1 No. 8S5 desk, $32.00; Cbase &
West, 1 No. 106 desk, $30.00; Chase & West, 1 No. 1401^ chair,
$7.00; Chase & West, 3 No. 71 G. O. tables, $12.90; Chase «
West, 1 No. 106 desk, $26.50; Chase & West, 1 No. 1401i chair,
$7.00; Cbase & West, 1 No. 140li chair. $7.20; Chase & West.
1 No. 1401J ch«ir, $7.00; June 23, Matt Parrott & Sons, road
and bridfire records, $6.19; Eimer ic Amend, 2 doz. 200 cc. cyl-
inder graduates with diam, of base 71 cm., for sand tests, $12.00;
June 30, F. M. Alexander, 56 feet mold, exhibit frames, ^.20; J.
H. Marshall & Son, 33 yds. cork carpet, dist office No. 4, 937.18;
Prank Madearie, painting room, court house, dist. office No. 41,
$42.09; superintendent's storeroom, coat and bat hooks for office,
21c; Des Moines Stationery Co., 10 brief cases, $88.75; superin-
tendent's storeroom, wiring supplies for office, $11.35. . - -_-^-



8,412.19



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH.

From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.

Paid from appropriation under Chap. 133, Acts 35th G. A.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose.



Amoimt



1918 May 10, $0.75; May 12, $11.02; June 4, $3.02; June 4, $^.86; June
21, $12.03; July 14, $65.18; July 14, $5.05; July 28, $36.80; Aug. 6,
$32.98; Aug. 6, $3.85; Sept. 8, $16.05; Sept. 8, $8.76; Sept. 8,
$44.38; Oct. 20. $21.27; Oct. 20, 70c; Oct. 27, $31.60; Oct. 27,
$63.80; Oct. 27, $7.30; Nov. 17, $8.92; Nov. 17, $1.55; Dec. 22,
$6.75; Deo. 22, $2.98; Dec. 22, $14.54; Dec. 22. $8.70;

1914) Jan. 9, $10.45; Feb. 9, 96c; Feb. 9, $11.52; Feb. 9, $20.70; Feb. 9,
66c; Feb. 14, $10.00; Mar. 16. $8.00; Mar. 16, $20.84; Mar. 16,
$37.16; Mar. 16. $22.84; Mar. 16, 4Tc; April 9, $1.25; April 9, $8.59;
April 24, $31.95; May 1', ^.80; May 12, $18.87; May 12. $8.00; May
26, $1.60; May 26. $26.18; May 26, 25c; May 28, $17.60; June 10,

$16.34; Jime 23, $2.00; June 30, $7.65



746.93



POSTAGE, STAMPED ENVELOPES, ETC.

From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.

Paid from appropriation under Chap. 133, Acts 35th G. A.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose



Amount



181» May 12. $20. CO; June 4. $100.00; June 4. $246.60; June 4, $6.00;

June 30, 75c; July 28, 44c; Au^. 16. $125.00; Aug. 28. $10.00;

Dec. 22, 76c: Dec. 22, $221.60;
-m* Jan. 26, $126.00: Feb. 9, $100.00; Mar. 28, $100.00; May 26, $360.00;

June 10. $332.40; June 23, $120.00; June 23, $30.CO; June 30, $42.48 i $



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PRINTING.

From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.

Paid from appropriation under Chap. 133, Acts 35th 6. A.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose



Amount



1914



1914



1918 May 12, C. L. Dahlberg, printofiraph work $86.60; May 20, Hefl-
hecker Prlntlnj? Co., blanks $86.25; Heilhecker Prfntfnflr Co., blanks
$4. 79; June 21, Ohicago Label & Box Co., labels $8.06; Heilhecker
Printing Co., 1.000 road books $287.54; Marshall Printing Oo., re-
ceipts $5.15; Marshall Printing Co., checks $7.50; July 14, King
Printhig Co.. letterheads and envelopes $68.85; July 21, Jno. O.
Moore Corporation, 2,500 blanks $11.25; Le Mars Printing Co.,
1,500 blank forms $11.25; July 28, Ames Evening Times, 2,800 miscel-
laneous blanks $18.00; Aug. 5, Marshall Printing Co., 50 office record
books $7.85; Jahn & Oilier Co., 20 zinc cuts $75.00; Ames Evening
Times, 1,000 blanks $4.75; Aug. 15, Boone Blank Book Co«, 150
blanks $2.00; King Printing Co., 5,000 office records $15.00; King
Printing Co., 5,000 Form No. 57, $15.00; Aug. 26, B. L. Weaver,
composition and reserve plate $2.00; Matt Parrott A Sons, 1,500
blanks, ten forms $20.18; Sept. 8, Heilhecker Printing Co., Service
BuUetIn No. 1, June edition $1,274.49; King Printing Co., 5,000
Form No. 20 $15.00; Boone Blank Book Co., 2,400 blanks $82.00;
American Lithograph & Printing Co., 500 sets standard plans $47.10;
Perkins Bros. Co.. 150 blanks $3.15; Oct. 4, King Printing Co.,
forms and postal cards $23.00; Nov. 17, King Printing Co., printing
on maps and 12.000 forms Nos. 74 and 79, $66.50; Dec. 1, King
Printing Co., short course folders and forms $28.85; Dee. 22,
Printing section Iowa State College, forms 42 pp. different forms
$81.86;
January 9. Homestead Co., 5 copper half tones $7.58; King Prhiting
Co.. 2,000 mailing env. and 2.000 6x9 booklets $57.70; Jan. 26,
Robert Henderson, engineers' report blanks $95.18; Feb. 9, American
Lithograph & Printing Co., bridge books, patents and records
$11.00;
February 9. American Lltho. & Printing Co., 50 Litho cuts $62.00;
Printtag Section Iowa State College, 1,000 official communications,
Nos. 16. 17 and 18, 2 and 3 sheets each $4.90; King Printing Co..
2,000 bulletins $56.00; Feb. 14, Ames Tribune, 1,000 cards $4.25;
March 16, Printing Section Iowa State College, blanks $8.80; King
Ptg. Co.. 2,000 bulletins $56.00; Ames Tribune, 400 programs $4.00;
J. S. Dodds, printing for short course $4.85; King Printing Co., 23
placards $2.75; Marshall Ptg. Co., 100 fee cards $3.10; March 28,
King Printing Co., printing on county maps $10.00; King Printing
Co., 2,000 bulletins $56.00; April 9, Printing Section Iowa State Col-
lege, forms $6.13; Robert Henderson, 1,000 standard bridge speci-
fications $130.01; April 24, King Printing Co., blanks, misc. office
records $48.25; Ames Tribune, 2,000 bulletins $42.00; Ames Tribune,
forms, reports, etc. $21.25; May 12, Printing Section Iowa State
Ck>lliege, 150 letters, 216 letters, 200 contracts 8 pp. 8 forms, $7.62;
Ames Tribune, 2,000 bulletins and extra, reprint April, 1914 bulletin
and 6 pages extra $105.00; May 26, King Printing Co., bridge records
and cards $3.50; American Litho & Priiiting Co., 1.000 blank sheets
$1.14; May 29, American Litho. A Printing Co., pliates and forms
$52.80; June 10, Ames Tribune, 10,000 Iowa Road Laws, 12 pp.
supplement to May bulletin $205.00; Ames Tribime, 1,000 circulars
$2.50: Homestead Company, etchings and half-tones $24.84; Print-
ing Department Iowa State College, 925 form letters $1.64; Home-
stead Company, copper half-tones $8.42; American Litho. & Print-
ing Co.. 2 ^Ino plates, 600 sheets, SJxll, 2 forms, 19 zinc plates,
6,700, 19 forms $109.83; Ames Tribune, 7,500 bulletins and circulars,
additional service bulletins. 200 circular letters, form 23, S. B. Sup.,
Vol. II. No. 5, 1,000 copies, 2,000 circular letters, official conununl-
cations $276.50;

1914 Jime 10. American Litho. & Printing Co., 20 plates, 6,000 sheets 8^x11,
20 forms $104.60; American Litho. & Printing Co.. 14 zinc plates,
8,000 blanks. 12 forms of 300 each, 4 zinc plates, standard plans,
1,200 sheets. 4 forms, bridge plans $315.50; Ames Tribune, crossing
blanks and records $8.50; Homestead Co., copper half-tones $18.06;
June 30, Ames Tribune, 10,000 bulletins, regular June issue, Vol. n.
No. 6 $218.00; Ames Tribune, form No. la. Field Notes for bridges



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231



MAPS.
From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.
Paid from appropriation under Chap. 133, Acts 35tli 6.



For What Purpose



Amount



lanB May 03, 1 four-section map, in case, ^15.00, 2 seta Iowa topo.
maps ^.00, 2 darke Co. topo. mape 50c; June 3a, maps each
of 15 counties, f to 1 mfle, printed in black and wliite and
mounted on musBn, at ^.00 per county, fSTe.OO; July 14, pay-
ment on map contract, 15 counties, $^.00; payment on map
contract, 2D counties, IGOO.OO; July 28, payment on map contract,
IS loountieei, ^100.00; Aug. G, payment on map contract, 20
counties, ^500.00; payment on map contract, 11 counties, |276.00;
Sept. S, bmders for maps, ^.60; Sept. 22, tube paints for maps,
soc;
Feb. 9, 4 litho, hlks., 400 each, $06.50; Feb. 14, payment on map
contract, 78 counties, $1,470.00; Feb. 28, payment on map con-
tract, 35 counties, $506.00; Mar. 16, payment on map contract, 15
counties, $445.00; payment on map contract, IS counties, fGlO.OO;
payment on map contract, 15 counties, $625.00; Mar. 28, pay-
ment on map contract, 35 counties, $525.00; April 9, payment on
map contract, 15 counties, $905.00; Aprfl 24, payment on map con-
tract, 15 counties, $226.00; June 10, payment on map contract,
00 counties, $900.00



1914



7,698. ao



Note: AD map contracts made witn the Iowa Publishing Oo., Des Moines, Iowa.

EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT.

From April 23, 1913, to June 30, 1914, inclusive.

Paid from appropriation under Chap. 133, Acts 35th G. A.



To Whom Paid— For What Purpose



Amomit



1913 July 21, Iowa Engineering Society, 100 reprints $2.25; Aug. 5, £. B.

Ballatrd, photo plates and prints $28.60; Aug. 15, Thos. H. Mac-
Donald, storage on freight 70c; H. M. Mize, painting screen doors
$1.40; R. A. Pettibone, making screens $3.00; Edgar Hervlg, paint-
ing screens eoc; Roadf Maker, adrertislng $11.20; Aug. 2ft, F. W.
Fahrbach, plates and negatives $96.75; Iowa Press Clipping Bureau,
press Mippings $10.00; J. B. Long, doth sign for U. S. Exhibit
$4.60; S^t. 8, Wm. J. Leverett, stereopticon at Council Bluffs, '
$4-00; Oommerctefl Club, duster at Ck}uncil Bluffs 46c; Roadmaker,
advertising $11.20; Jewett Lumber Co., lumber and nails at State '
Fair $6.86; Sept. 22, Seick Tent and Awning Co., rent on tables,
etc., at state Fair $80.30; E. H. Sargent & Co., chemicals, cad- '
mium chlorid $5.65; Iowa Press Clipping Bureau, press clippings
$10.00; Oct. 4, Cam Sloss, Installing wall phigs $1.40; Oct. 20, .
A. L. Champlin, freight $12.18; Iowa Press^ OHpping Bureau, press
dippings 1 month $10.00; O. G. Lorimor, photos $2.60; Merchants
Transfer & Storage Co., 2 tables at State Fair grounds $2.00; <
Oct. 27, Roadmaker, advertising $11.20; Nov. 17, Younker Bros , I
buriap $13.96; Iowa Press Clipping Bureau, press dippings 1 month I
$10.00; O. E. Boyack, negatives and prints $30.00; Dec. 1, Free Lance, ;
li doz. newspapers 75c; Deo. 22, D. W. Bolton, photo plates, 18.10; '
F. W. Fahrbach, negatives and prints $11.90; Victor Anlmatogri^h >
Co., 1 stereopticon $55.00; Iowa Press Clipping Bureau, press dip- i
pings 1 month $10.00; Photo Section, roll film. neg. and copy $2.40;
1013 December 22, Child Art Rooms, photos, Grinndl, $18.60; £. H. Sar- i
gent & Co., bottles and jars $0.54; L. M. Bosworth, postage de-
posit for buUetin $25.00;

1914 January 9, E. E. FuHon Co., 1 B. & L. M. P. lens, tube jacket •

$10.60; Quade Studio, slides $15.30; Citizens Lumber Co., lumber,
9 11-4-2 stops, etc. $3.86; Jan. 26, G. B. Turner, 7 negatives Spring-
vllle road $7.00; Iowa Press Clipping Bureau, press clippings $10.00; I
Quade Studio, 8 lantern slides $2.40; Iowa Engineer, 1 halftone,
3(r, Campus bridlge $2.75; Bosworth Drug Store, 7 films $4.66;
Dept of Ag. Engineering, I. S. C, use of tractor and engineer



Digitized by VjOOQIC



FIRST ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT— Continued.



Por What Purpose



Amount



fi.OO; Feb. 14, Iowa Press Clipping Bureau, press dippings 1 month
$10.00; Peb. 23, Victor Anlmatograph Co., 6" carbons and anlmato-
graphs $3.00; March 16, Iowa Press CQIpping Bureau, press clippings



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