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ANNUAL REPORTS



OF THE



Town of Lee



New Hampshire



For the Year Ending
January 31st, 1938




DOVER. N. H.
GEO. J. FOSTER & CO.



ANNUAL REPORT



OF THE



Selectmen, Treasurer, Collector, Librarian,

Clerk, Highway Ag,ents, School Board

and Trustees of Trust Funds



OF THE



TOWN OF LEE

NEW HAMPSHIRE

FOR THE

Year Ending, January 31, 1938



GEO. J. FOSTER & CO., Printers

Dover, New Hampshire

1938



TOWN OFFICERS



Moderator
ARTHUR J. THOMPSON

Selectmen

RAYMOND L. MUNROE

FRANK I. CALDWELL

DAVID B. BARTLETT

Toivn Clerk
STANLEY PLUMER

Treasurer
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

Collector of Taxes
LULU B. WALKER

Supervisors

CHARLES H. JOHNSON

HORACE G. HILL

WILLYS P. TUTTLE

Trustees of Trust Funds

WALTER D. SMITH

JAMES B. WALKER

FRED C. YORK

Lihrary Trustees

LULU B. WALKER

FLORENCE F. CALDWELL

ALFRED C. DURGIN



Highivay Agents

ALBERT A. STIMPSON

CHARLES H. JOHNSON

WILLIAM A. CARPENTER

Librarian
JENNIE C. TYLER

Auditors
ALONZO W. LOWE WILLYS P. TUTTLE

Dog Constable
WINNIFRED JOHNSON

Police Officer
CALIXTE BAILLARGEON



TOWN WARRANT



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

To the hihabitants of the To ten of Lee in the County
of Strafford, in said State, qualified to vote in
Town Affairs:

[L. S.]

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in
said Lee on Tuesday, the eighth day of March, next,
at ten of the clock in the forenoon, to act upon the
following subjects:

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

2. To raise such sums of money as may be neces-
sary to defray town charges for the ensuing year and
make appropriations of the same.

3. To raise the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,-
000) for payment on Trunk Line Note.

4. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of one thousand dollars ($1,000) to
complete the road from Hale's Corner to the Five
Corners, provided the State shall contribute the sum
of three thousand dollars ($3,000) for the same pur-
pose.

5. To see if the Town will vote to accept State Aid
for the construction of Class V roads and raise and
appropriate or set aside for said purpose the sum of
four hundred and eleven dollars and ninety cents
($411.90).

6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of two hundred dollars ($200) for the
control of White Pine Blister Rust.

7. To raise and appropriate such sums of money
as may be necessary for the maintenance of highways.

8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-



priate the sum of fifty dollars ($50) for fire protec-
tion.

9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appro-
priate the sum of twelve hundred dollars ($1,200)
for old age assistance and relief.

10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the
Selectmen to hire money in anticipation of taxes.

11. To see if the Town will vote to adopt the Aus-
tralian Ballot Law in the election of Town Officers.

12. To choose a delegate to the Constitutional Con-
vention to be held in Concord, N. H., beginning on
the second Tuesday of May, 1938.

13. To see if the Town will vote to celebrate the
anniversary of New Hampshire's Ratification of the
U. S. Constitution, and to raise and appropriate the
sum of twenty-five dollars ($25) therefor.

14. To transact any other business that may legal-
ly come before the meeting.

Given under our hand and seal, this eighteenth day
of February, in the year of our Lord nineteen hun-
dred and thirty-eight.

RAYMOND L. MUNROE,
FRANK L CALDWELL,
DAVID B. BARTLETT,

Selectmen of Lee, N. H.

A true copy of Warrant — Attest:

RAYMOND L. MUNROE,
FRANK I. CALDWELL,
DAVID B. BARTLETT,

Selectmeri of Lee, N. H.



BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF

Estimates of Revenue aivd Expenditures for the Ensuing
Actual Revenue and Expenditures of the Previous



Actual

^ revenue

Sources of Revenue previous

year, 1937
FROM STATE:

Interest and Dividends Tax $ 125.90

Railroad Tax .46

Savings Bank Tax 387.14

For Fighting Forest Fires 12.85

Relief 90.80

Classified Highways 329.88

FROM LOCAL SOURCES EXCEPT TAXES:

Rent of Town Hall and Other Buildings 2.00

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 17.30

William H. Lee (State of N. H.) 14.36

School District 24.36

Dog Licenses 186.00

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 399.74

FROM LOCAL TAXES OTHER THAN
PROPERTY TAXES:

(a) Poll Taxes 476.00

Tax Sales Redeemed 347.45

Taxes Previous Year — Actually Collected 261.79

CASH ON HAND (Surplus) 6,093.89

TOTAL REVENUES FROM ALL SOURCES

EXCEPT PROPERTY TAXES $ 8,769.92

AMT. TO BE RAISED BY PROPERTY TAXES .. 14,149.62

TOTAL REVENUES $22,919.54



Estimated
revenue
ensuing

year, 1938

$ 100.00

350.00
15.00
75.00

325.00



5.00
10.00

20.00
150.00
400.00



450.00
200.00



$ 2,100.00

13,432.90

$15,532.90



LEE, NEW HAMPSHIRE

Year February 1, 1938, to January 31, 1939, Compared with
Year, February 1, 1937 to January 31, 1938



Actual
expenditures
Purposes of Expenditures previous

year, 1937
CURRENT MAINTENANCE EXPENSES:
General Government :

Town Officers' Salaries $ 630.00

Town Officers' Expenses 219.49

Election and Registration Expenses 9.00

Expenses Town Hall and Other Town Bldgs. . . 72.50

Protection of Persons and Property :

Police

Revaluation ^PS^

Fire Department ''.}'!

Damage by Dogs 67.74

Health :

Health Department, including hospitals 12.50

Vital Statistics •" 5

Highways and Bridges :

Town Maintenance 2,073.80

Class V

Snow Fence 214.33

Snow Removal 231.60

Libraries :

Libraries 29.00

Public Welfare:

Relief 416.31

Town Poor 47.22

Old Age Assistance 454.98

Patriotic Purposes :

Memorial Day and Other Celebrations 5.00

Public Service Enterprises :

Surplus Commodities 2.00

Interest :

On Long Term Notes 133.99

OUTLAY FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION AND
PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS :
Highways and Bridges:

State Aid Construction (.Orange) 1,459.51

State of New Hampshire 14.36

Abatements 108.30

Taxes Bought by Town 385.05

INDEBTEDNESS:

Payment on Principal of Debt:

(.b) Long Term Notes 885.94

PAYMENTS TO OTHER GOVERNMENTAL
DIVISIONS :

State Taxes 1,168.00

County Taxes 1,632.96

Record P'ees 4.98

Payments to School District 6,085.10

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $16,565.11



Actual

expenditures

ensuing

year. 1938



$ 650.00

250.00

215.00

75.00



5.00



75.00
50.00



15.00



3,000.00
411.90



50.00

600.00

600.00

5.00

100.00

1.000.00
350.00
900.00



876.00

1,800.00

5.00

4.500.00

$15,532.90



8

BALANCE
Town of Lee

Assets
Cash :

In hands of treasurer $ 6,354.43

Taxes bought by Town 385.05

Unredeemed taxes, 1936 250.95

Unredeemed taxes, 1935 6.00

Uncollected taxes: (a) Levy of 1937 71.39

Total Assets $ 7,067.82

Grand total $ 7,067.82



9

SHEET

January 31, 1938
Liabilities
Accounts Owed by the Town :
Due School Districts:

Balance of appropriation $ 1,611.42

Long Term Notes Outstanding:

Trunk Line notes 2,463.93

Total liabilities $ 4,075.35

Excess of assets over liabilities 2,992.47

Grand total $ 7,067.82



10

UNIFORM
RECEIPTS AND
Town of Lee

Receipts

Current Revenue:
From Local Taxes :

Total taxes committed to col-
lector, 1937 $14,263.90

Less discounts and

abatements, 1937 . $42.89
Less uncollected, 1937 71.39

114.28



Property taxes, current year, actually

collected $14,149.62

Poll taxes, current year, actually collect-
ed 476.00



Total of current year's collections . . . $14,625.62
Property and poll taxes, previous years,

actually collected 261.79

Tax sales redeemed 347.45

From State:

For Highways and Bridges:

For Class V highway maintenance . . 329.88
Reimbursement for town poor — old age

asst. — soldiers' aid — Relief 90.80

Interest and dividend tax 125.90

Railroad tax .46

Savings bank tax 387.14

Fighting forest fires 12.85

From Local Sources, Except Taxes:

Dog licenses 186.00

Rent of town property 2.00

Interest received on taxes 17.30



11

CLASSIFICATION

For the Year Ended January 31, 1938

PAYMENTS

Payments

Current Maintenance Expenses:

General Government:

Town officers' salaries ^ ^^^-^^

Town officers' expenses a no

Election and registration expenses .... 9.0U

Expenses town hall and other town build-

72.50
mgs

Protection of Persons and Property :

Revaluation ^29.00

Fire department, including forest fires 71.70

Damage by dogs " ' • '

Health:

Health department, including hospitals 1^.50

Vital statistics •'^^

Highways and Bridges :

Town maintenance ^,u<^.ou

Snow fence 214.33

Snow removal z^i.ou

Libraries :

Libraries ^9.00

Charities :

Old age assistance 404.t;o

Town poor ^^'^^

Relief 416.31

Patriotic Purposes :

Aid to G. A. R. Memorial Day exercises 5.0U

Surplus commodities 2.00

Unclassified :

Taxes bought by town ^IVr,

Discounts and abatements 108.30

$ 5,180.27



12

RECEIPTS

Registration of motor vehicles, 1937

permits 399.74

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue :
Refunds — William H. Lee,

(State of N. H.) $ 14.36

School district 24.36

Total Receipts Other Than Current

Revenue 38.72

Total Receipts From All Sources $16,825.65

Cash on hand February 1, 1937 6,093.89

Grand total $22,919.54



13 "".

FAYMENTS- Concluded.

Interest :

Paid on long term notes ... $ 133.99

Total Interest Payments 133.99

Outlay for New Construction and Perma-
nent Improvements:
State Aid Construction

(Orange) $ 1,459.51

State of New Hampshire . . 14.36

Total Outlay Payments 1,473.87

Indebtedness :

Payments on long term notes 885.94

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions:

Taxes paid to State $ 1,168.00

Taxes paid to County 1,632.96

Record fees 4.98

Payments to School District 6,085.10

Total Payments to Other Government-
al Divisions 8,891.04

Total Payments for all Purposes . $16,565.11
Cash on hand January 31, 1938 6,354.43

Grand total $22,919.54

CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that the information contained in
this report was taken from official records and is com-
plete to the best of our knowledge and belief.
Dated February 19, 1938.

RAYMOND L. MUNROE,
FRANK I. CALDWELL,
DAVID B. BARTLETT,

Selectmen.
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,
..; Tresaurer.



SELECTMEN'S REPORT



INVENTORY

No.

Lands and buildings $366,635.00

Electric plants 22,760.00

Horses 84 7,525.00

Oxen 6 475.00

Cows 240 12,375.00

Other neat stock 36 1,250.00

Sheep 40 215.00

Fowls 1450 1,450.00

Portable mills 4 950.00

Wood, lumber, etc 16,410.00

Gasoline pumps and tanks 310.00

Stock in trade 1,550.00

Total valuation $431,905.00

Tax on $100— $3.40

Property taxes $14,385.91

Poll taxes 476.00

$14,861.91
Less school taxes paid in Durham and

Newmarket 130.01

Collector's list $14,731.90

APPROPRIATIONS

General expenses $ 1,300.00

Fire Department 50.00

Town maintenance 2,200.00

Town construction, Class 5 418.30

Legislative special 1,000.00

14



15

Library 21.90

Town poor, old age assistance and relief . 1,200.00

Payment on long term note 1,000.00

State tax 1,168.00

County tax 1,632.96

School tax 5,148.26



Total Town and School appropriations $15,139.42
Less estimated revenue and credits :

Interest and dividend tax . . $ 125.04

Railroad tax

Savings Bank tax 450.00

Motor vehicle permit fee . . . 350.00

$ 925.04



$14,214.38
Plus overlay 645.53



$14,859.91
Less school taxes paid in Durham and

Newmarket 130.01



$14,729.90
Poll in excess 2.00



$14,731.90

TOWN OFFICERS SALARIES

Helen J. Thompson, Clerk $ 87.50

Lulu B. Walker, Collector 125.00

Fred P. Comings, auto permit fees 5.50

Helen J. Thompson, auto permit fees .... 31.75

Stanley Plumer, auto permit fee .25

Florence F. Caldwell, Treasurer 75.00

Raymond L. Munroe, Selectman 100.00

David B. Bartlett, Selectman 100.00

Frank I. Caldwell, Selectman 100.00



16
Alonzo W. Lowe, auditor 5.00



$ 630.00



TOWN OFFICERS EXPENSES

David B. Bartlett, town report expenses . $ 4.25

The Clark Press, printing reports 99.30

Association N. H. Assessors 2.00

Bela Kingman, bonds 45.00

James H. Crimmins, tax bills, envelopes . 5.00

Edson C. Eastman, tax book, cash book . 4.35

W. P. Garrison, auto guide 3.75

Raymond L. Munroe, tax and road meeting 9.00
Charles H. Johnson, attending road meet-
ing 3.75

Lulu B. Walker ,attending tax meeting . . 6.10

Lulu B. Walker, notices to mortgagees . . 2.84

David B. Bartlett, attending road meeting 3.50

Frank L Caldwell, overseer poor expenses 14.30

Frank L Caldwell, road and tax meeting . 9.50

Florence F. Caldwell, postage and expenses 6.85



$ 219.49

ELECTION AND REGISTRATION

Charles H. Johnson, supervisor 1937 $ 9.00

TOWN HALL

Henry Thompson, janitor $ 17.50

Harold F. Jennison, wiring for electricity 55.00



$ 72.50



FIRE DEPARTMENT

Frank . Caldwell, Newtowne Plains fire . . $ 19.70

Town of Newmarket, Dept. appropriation 25.00

Town of Durham, Dept. appropriaiton . . . 25.00

Frank I. Caldwell, fire warden expenses . 2.00

$ 71.70



17

DAMAGE BY DOGS

Dow Mfg. Co., dog tags $ 3.54

Helen J. Thompson, dog licenses 16.20

Winnifred Johnson, dog officer 15.00

Fred C. York, sheep killed 33.00

$ 67.74

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

Fred P. Comings $ 10-00

David B. Bartlett, quarantine Bateman and

Doyle 2.50

$ 12.50

VITAL STATISTICS

Helen J. Thompson, vital statistics $ .75

TOWN HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE
CULVERTS

Nov. 6. A. A. Stimpson $ 11.20

20. A. A. Stimpson 44.67

Dec. 16. Berger Metal Culvert Co. ... 34.05

$ 89.92

HIGHWAY AGENTS

Mar. 6. Geo. A. Bennett ? 5.00

6. Ellsworth Garrity 39.00

Apr. 3. H. J. Cilley 10.20

3. Charles H. Johnson 51.35

Mar. 27. Charles H. Johnson 83.85

Apr. 13. A. A. Stimpson 10.40

17. William A. Carpenter 47.60

17. Charles H. Johnson 12.55

17. Charles H. Johnson 63.10

17. A. A. Stimpson 25.60

24. Charles H. Johnson 22.40

24. A. A. Stimpson 13.20



18

May 8. William A. Carpenter 58.40

Apr. 24. Charles H. Johnson 4.20

June 19. A. A. Stimpson 32.60

26. Charles H. Johnson 71.80

27. A. A. Stimpson 23.00

Aug. 7. William A. Carpenter 58.50

12. A. A. Stimpson 10.40

17. A. A. Stimpson 4.00

21. William A. Carpenter 94.60

Sept. 10. William A. Carpenter 38.50

25. Charles H. Johnson 39.80

18. A. A. Stimpson 23.20

Oct. 30. Charles H. Johnson 30.50

Nov. 6. William A. Carpenter 73.60

13. Charles H. Johnson 47.35

27. A. A. Stimpson 56.10

Dec. 4. William A. Carpenter 39.20

4. A. A. Stimpson 82.80

7. Charles H. Johnson 61.30

11. A. A. Stimpson 50.80

21. Charles H. Johnson 129.15

Jan. 8. William A. Carpenter 47.20

14. A. A. Stimpson 16.40

31. William A. Carpenter 7.40

29. A. A. Stimpson 3.20

31. A. A. Stimpson 2.00

31. Seth W. Sherburne, hauling oil

for bulldozer 2.00

31. Raymond L. Munroe, bulldozer 14.00

31. Frank I. Caldwell, bulldozer . 14.80

31. Town of Newmarket, power

grader 18.00

31. John Isfolls Construction Co. . 178.00



? 1,741.05
Aug. 7. William A. Carpenter, Creek

bridge $ 6.30



7.



Sept. 4.



Dec.



Jan.



Sept.



Oct.

Nov.



2.
31.



4.
11.
18.
25.
13.

6.



Mar.


6.


Apr.


17.


May


8.




10.




24.


Nov.


17.


Dec.


4,




7.



19

BRIDGES
A. A. Stimpson, stepping stones

bridge 6.60

Seth W. Sherburne, Stepping

Stones bridge plank 41.23

Raymond L. Munroe, Creek

bridge 3.00

Frank Wallace, Creek bridge . 1.50

Frank I. Caldwell, Creek bridge 3.00



Mar. 6.

Jan. 25.

31.



CUTTING BRUSH

A. A. Stimpson

A. A. Stimpson

A. A. Stimpson

A. A. Stimpson

A. A. Stimpson

William A. Carpenter . .

SNOW FENCE

George A. Bennett

William A. Carpenter . .
William A. Carpenter . . .

A. A. Stimpson

Charles H. Johnson

A. A. Stimpson

William A. Carpenter . . .
Charles H. Johnson

SNOW REMOVAL

Ellsworth Garrity

Joseph H. Sopel

Joseph H. Sopel



$ 61.63

$ 27.60
28.80
12.00
23.20
16.00
73.60

$ 181.20

$ 5.60

7.00
19.60
13.60
24.80
56.80
36.00
50.93

$ 214.33

$ 8.60

199.00

24.00



$ 231.60



20

LIBRARY

F. P. Comings, Librarian

Gertrude Davis, cleaning library

MEMORIAL DAY

F. F. Davis, flags

TOWN POOR

May 11. Albert Corson, transportation
to Manchester, paid to Coun-
ty

June 25. Albert Corson, transportation
to Manchester, paid to Coun-
ty

25. John A. Hunter, M. D., treat-
ments Mrs. Corson

25. George G. McGregor, M. D.,
services Bateman family . . .

Sept. 4. Albert Corson, transportation
to Manchester, paid to Coun-
ty







OLD


Mar.


6.


County


Apr.


23.


County


May


11.


County


June


25.


County


July


30.


County


Sept.


4.


County


Sept.


4.


County


Nov.


6.


County


Nov.


6.


County


Dec.


16.


County


Jan.


25.


County



AGE ASSISTANCE
of Straff^ord, Feb. .
of Strafford, March
of Strafford, April
of Strafford, May
of Strafford, June
of Strafford, July
of Strafford, Aug.
of Strafford, Sept.
of Strafford, Oct.
of Strafford, Nov.
of Strafford, Dec.



25.00
4.00



29.00

5.00

9.61

9.61

15.00

5.00

8.00



47.22

40.80
42.50
50.50
50.50
50.50
55.00
50.50
24.79
29.29
30.30
30.30



454.98



21
RELIEF

PAID STRAFFORD COUNTY FARM

Mar. 6. Board of E. L. Brown, Feb. . . $ 20.00

6. Stockings for E. L. Brown ... .50

6. Board for C. E. Stackpole 20.00

Apr. 3. Board for C. E. Stackpole,

March 1.43

3. Burial clothes for C. E. Stack-
pole 1.20

Board for E. L. Brown 22.14

Shirt for E. L. Brown .75

Glidden and Wiggin, funeral

expenses C. E. Stackpole . . . 75.00

Board for E. L. Brown, April . 21.43

Board for Arthur Bateman,

April 5.00

Board for Arthur Bateman,

May 1-16 11.43

Board for E. L. Brown, May . 22.14

Frank I. Caldwell, groceries,

tonic, mileage — Bateman . . . 14.94

Board for E. L. Brown, June . 21.43

Aug. 7. W. A. Carpenter, groceries,

telephone — Bateman 3.30

7. M. T. Kennedy, groceries —

Bateman 5.67

7. Walter W. Plumper, groceries —

Bateman 3.28

Board for E. L. Brown, Aug. . 22.14

Board for E. L. Brown, Sept. 21.43

Board for E. L. Brown, July . 22.14

Board for E. L. Brown, Oct. . . 22.14
Walter W. Plumer, groceries —

Doyle 4.82

Board for E. L. Brown, Nov. . 21.43
Walter A. Plumer, groceries —

Bateman 4.82





3.




3.




14.


May


11.




11.


June


25.




25.


July


2.




30.



Sept.


4.


Oct.


15.


Nov.


6.




29.


Dec.


16.




16.


Jan.


17.



22






25. Board for E. L. Brown, Dec. . .




22.14


25. J. D. Butler, M. D., services






Bateman family




16.50


25. x\ustin L. Calef, shoes and over-






shoes — E. Sawyer family . .




4.29


31. Walter W. Plumer, groceries —






John Cook




4.82




$


416.31


Surplus Commodities


$


2.00


REVALUATION OF TOWN






Raymond L. Munroe, 14 14 c^ays


$


43.50


David B. Bartlett, 16 days




48.00


Frank I. Caldwell, 12 1/2 days




37.50



$ 129.00



23



Julv



Sept.



Oct.



Nov



Dec.



STATE AID CONSTRUCTION (Orange)

"Five Corners" Road to Lee Hill

Apportionment

State Town Total
19. Apportoinment $3,000.00 $1,000.00 $4,000.00

Expenditures



12.


State Town


Bahuice


19. Perry L. Harvey, Aug. 14


$ 118.80


$2,881.20


3. P. L. Harvey, Aug. 28




TAR


8. P. L. Harvey, Sept. 4


37.40


2,843.80


15. P. L. Harvey, Sept. 11


170.60


2,673.20


22. P. L. Harvey, Sept. 8


305.33


2,367.87


29. P. L. Harvey, Sept. 25


298.25


2,069.62


9. Hwy. Garage, No. 3763


469.80


1,599.82


Pipe






6. P. L. Harvey, Oct. 2


105.22


1,494.60


14. P. L. Harvey, Oct. 9


696.55


798.05


20. P. L. Harvey, Oct. 16


575.70


222.35


27. P. L. Harvey, Oct. 23


84.80


137.55


4. W. B. Wells, roll, Oct. 30


218.55


81.00CR


2. P. L. Harvey, Oct. 30


79.70


160.70CR


6. Hwy. Garage, No. 5274,






Pipe


181.40


342.10CR


13. American Tar,






Ga X17644


99.00


441.10CR


10. P. L. Harvey, Nov. 6


407.90


849.00CR


18. W. B. Wells, truck, Nov. 6


' 144.90


993.90CR


26. P. L. Harvey, Nov. 20


43.30


1,037.20CR


26. Perry Harvey, Nov. 13


51.40


1,088.60CR


8. American Tar,


152.60


1,241.20CR


GATX17403






10. Town to State


218.31


1,459.51CR


10. Town to State


1,459.51CR






-$1,459.51


J459.51CR


^Amount due from Town






JO.D.







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SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS

Town officers' salaries $ 630.00

Town officers' expenses 219.49

Election and registration 9.00

Town hall 72.50

Fire Department 71.70

Damage by dogs 67.74

Health Department 12.50

State Aid construction (Orange) 1,459.51

Highway maintenance 2,073.80

Snow removal 231.60

Snow fence 214.33

Surplus commodities 2.00

Old age assistance 454.98

Relief 416.31

Library 29.00

Town poor 47.22

Record fees and transfer cards 4.98

Abatement refunded 108.30

State of New Hampshire 14.36

Memorial Day 5.00

Taxes bought by town 385.05

Indebtedness 1,019.93

State tax 1,168.00

County tax 1,632.96

School tax 5,966.84

School district dog licenses 118.26

Vital Statistics .75

Revalution of town 129.00

$16,565.11



TREASURER'S REPORT



Cash on hand February 1, 1937 $ 6,093.89

Received of:

Fred P. Comings, auto tax 52.21

Rent of town hall 2.00

Helen J. Thompson, auto tax 342.85

Dog licenses 186.00

Stanley Plummer, auto tax 5.18

State State Treasurer:

Classified highway 329.88

New Hampshire relief 90.80

Railroad tax .46

Savings Bank tax 387.14

Interest and dividend 125.90

State forestry 12.85

School district 24.36

William H. Lee 14.36

Tax Collector:

Taxes, 1937 14,617.62

Interest 17.30

Excess of warrant 8.00

Alex. McDonald, tax, costs and in-
terest, 1936 43.26

George Phipps, tax, costs and inter-
est, 1936 150.41

Eva Cook, tax, costs, interest, 1936 64.12
9 acres Haines — J. Bessom, heirs of,

1935 5.24

Perry Hai-^^ey, tax and costs, 1934 . 55.15

Norma Gorton, tax and costs, 1934 20.58
Lee Rice, tax, costs and interest,

1934 41.74

Mary Whitcher, poll, 1936 2.00

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Mary F. Thompson, poll, 1936 2.00

Eugene Sawyer, polls, 1933-1935 . 4.00
Helen Sawyer, polls, 1933-1934. . . 4.00
Benton E. Layne, tax, costs and in-
terest, 1935 74.61

Norma Gorton, tax and costs, 1935 22.69

Perry Harvey, tax and costs, 1935 . 59.63
John F. Bessom, heirs of, tax, costs

and interest, 1935 59.81

$22,919.54
Expenditures

Paid orders of Selectmen $16,565.11

Cash on hand February 1, 1938 6,354.43



$22,919.54
FLORENCE F. CALDWELL,

Treasure7\



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT
BALANCE SHEET

1937



Amount of warrant $14,731.90

Interest collected 17.30

Taxes collected in excess of warrant . . 8.00

$14,757.20

Paid Treasurer $14,642.92

1937 taxes uncollected Jan. 31, 1938

(schedule 1) 71.39

1937 taxes abated (schedule 2) 42.89

$14,757.20

REDEEMED TAXES PREVIOUS YEARS

1933—2 polls $ 4.00

1934 — Perry Harvey, tax and costs (in-
terest of $13.24 abated) 55.15

1934 — Norma Gorton, tax and costs (in-
terest of $4.92 abated) 20.58

1934 — Lee Rice, tax, costs and interest 41.74

1934—1 poll 2.00

1935 — Benton E. Layne, tax, cost and in-
terest 74.61

1935—1 poll 2.00

1935 — Perry Harvey, tax and costs (in-
terest of $14.32 abated) 59.63

1935 — Norma Gorton, tax and costs (in-
terest of $5.44 abated) 22.69

1935 — John F. Bessom heirs, tax, costs

and interest on Haines land 5.24

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1935 — Tax, costs and interest — John F.

Bessom heirs 59.81

1936 — Alex McDonald, tax, costs and in-
terest 43.26

1936 — George C. Phipps, tax, costs and

interest 150.41

1936 — Eva Cook, tax, costs and interest 64.12

1936 — 2 polls 4.00

Total paid Treasurer on redeemed

taxes $ 609.24

I hereby certify that the above balance sheet is
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

LULU B. WALKER,

Tax Collector.

UNCOLLECTED 1937 TAXES
Property

Arthur Mills, left town $ 10.20

Robert Kirkwood, left town 1.19

Heirs of Henry Pe^ach, in litigation .... 34.00

Poll

Arthur Archambeault $ 2.00

Adrienne Archambeault 2.00

Elizabeth Smith 2.00

Roy Berry 2.00

Robert Cook 2.00

Norman Glidden 2.00

Ruth Doyle 2.00

Robert Kirkwood 2.00

Arvilla Kirkwood 2.00

Eugene Sawyer 2.00

Helen Sawyer 2.00

Anna V. Phipps 2.00

Marion Johnson 2.00



% 71.39

I hereby certify that the above list showing the

name and amount due from each delinquent taxpay-



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er, as of January 31, 1938, on account of the tax

levy of 1937, is correct to the best of my knowledge


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