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Total — Game Farm — Warm Springs $ 15,002.30 $ 19,348.34



GAME FARM — BILLINGS

Operation:

Salaries and Wages $ 4,272.00 $ 6,911.34

Office Supplies and Expenses 61.67 396.12

Travel 3.80 10.00

Auto Truck and Expense 374.26 442.95

Heat, Light and Water 259.64 273.83

Bird Food 1,612.69 1,651.37

Hardware and Supplies 25.33 79.63

Insurance 46.95

Distribution of Game Birds 79.21 120.61

Other Expense 24.12 40.08

Total Operation $ 6,712.72 $ 9.972.88



IM MONTANA STATE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION

DISBURSEMENTS— ANALYZED AS TO SOURCE

GAME FAUM — U11>I.I.\(;S

July 1, 1938 July 1. 1939
to to

Cnpitnl: June 30, 1939 June 30, 1940

Land and Improvements % 93.G0 $ 10.06

Buildingrs and Atached Fixtures 809.08 4.727.92

Machinery and Appliances „ 85.15 12.50

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 10.05 40.15

Autos and Trucks 651.15 491.10



ClirOCKIlVG STATIONS:

Op ration i

Salaries and Wag'es

Office Supplies and Expenses.

Travel

Auto and Truck Expense

Heat, Liffht and Water

Hardware and Supplies

Other Expense

Sub.sistence



Total Capital S 1,655.03 | 5.281.73

RepairN and Ileiilacements:

Buildings and Attached Fixtures $ 17.58 $ 13.60

Autos and Trucks 29.36 11.35

Breeding- Stock 896.00 1,126.00

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 2.90 4.00



Total Repair and Replacements $ 945.84 $ 1,154.95

Total — Game Farm — Billings $ 9,313.59 $ 10,409.56



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Total Operation $ 128.79 $ 1,866.92

Capital:

Land and Land Improvements $ 2!».03

Buildings and Attached Fixtures 495.13

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 68.79



Total Capital $ I 692.95

KrpairM and KeplaceniontM:

Buildings and Attailied Fixtures $ 18.60

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 1.00



Total Repairs and Replacements $ 19.60



Total — Checking Stations $ 128.79 $ 2.479.47



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MONTANA STATE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION



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DISBURSEMENTS— ANALYZED TO SOURCE



HATCHERIES

July 1, 1938 July 1, 1939

to to

Operation: June 30, 1939 June 30, 1940

Salaries and Wages $ 38,032.12 $ 41,718.55

Office Supplies and Expenses 1,615.09 1,892.32

Travel _ 495.43 741.25

Auto and Truck Expense 6,927.62 6,705.61

Heat, Light, Power, Water and Ice 2,120.12 2,065.55

Fish Foods 7,532.53 11,545.86

Rents 16.00

Subsistence 776.59 598.45

Hardware and Sundries 219.96 984.97

Insurance 633.07

Hatcheries Supplies 886.22 1,368.79

Distribution of Fish 115.02 6.89

Total Operation $ 58,737.30 $ 68,261.31

Capital:

Land and Land Improvements $ 69.49 $ 255.97

Buildings and Attached Fixtures 2,658.89 15,384.65

Machinery and Appliances 574.14 345.62

Autos and Trucks 4,106.71 1,503.97

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 140.41 226.29

Furniture and Fixtures 114.07

Rearing Ponds, Screens and Traps 3,589.80 9,635.40

Boats and Motors 157.25

Scientific Apparatus 13.50

Total Capital $ 11,152.94 $ 27,623.22

Repairs and Replacements:

Land and Land Improvements $ 57.30 $ 156.26

Buildings and Attached Fixtures 660.95 1,302.43

Machinery and Appliances 148.56 142.75

Hand Tools and Petty Equipment 332.16 127.96

Furniture and Fixtures 10.00 1.85

Autos and Trucks 1,767.74 1,961.95

Rearing Ponds, Screens and Traps 554.51 680.90

Boats and Motors 205.10 52.93

Scientific Apparatus 2.25

Total Repairs & Replacements $ 3,736.32 $ 4,429.28

Total Hatcheries $ 73,626.56 $100,313.81

GRAND TOTAL — FISH AND GAME DEPARTMENT $223,429.24 $276,793.81



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MONTANA STATE FISH AND GAME COMMISSION



SUMMARY OF SHIPPING PERMITS



Beaver

6.748



1938-1939 Fur Season

Fox Mink

2,575 2,936



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35,308



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12.752



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FISHERIES DIVISION

Jolin W. Scofield, Superintendent State Fisheries
Ann Crimniins. Stenographer



FISH HATCHERIES

Anaconda, A. G. Stubblefield, Foreman

Biff Timber, Forest Keller, Foreman

Dal}' (Hamilton), Eli Melton, Foreman

Emigrant, George Miller, Foreman

Great Falls, Melvin W. Larson, Foreman

Lewistown, Tver Hotjlund, Foreman

Libbj', Graham Cadwell, Foreman

Ovando, Vern Campbell, Foreman

Poison (Station Creek), Leo Gilroy. Foreman

Red Lodge, Ross Snyder, Foreman

Somers, John P. Sheclian. l-'oroiuan



SPAWN TAKING STATIONS

Georgetown Lake, South-fork Madison, Duck Creek, MacHson.
Akhicli Lake, Alvord Lake, Killjrennan Lake, Lake Ronan,
Bitterroot Lake, Rogers Lake, Ashley Lake and Flatliead Lake.



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