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Dec. 1. Richard Coyne, for carting voting machines, November

1, 1908 23 00

Empire Voting Machine Co., for voting machine parts

furnished, September 22, 1908 1 35

MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished as
per contract of 1908 115 00



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STATE TREASURER'S REPORT. 567

Dec. 1. Luker Brothers, for five months' storage on voting

machines, to November 3, 1908 $100 00

9. MacCrellish & Qaigley, for stationery furnished, No-
vember 17, 1908 17 00

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, November 28, 1908 95 00

18. Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting voting ma-
chines, freight charges paid, &c., to December 8, 1908. . 16 20

Alex. C Yard, Postmaster, for postage due, to No-
vember 30, 1908 6 49

Chas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector of Voting

Machines, November 11, 1908 6 55

Richard Coyne, for carting voting machines, Decem-
ber 7, 1908 10 00

23. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to December 31, 1908:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith. Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

To amounts paid the follovring Recorders for services,
to December 31, 1908:

Gussie Johnson 74 88

Isabel P. Strubel 50 00

May Ida Connell 60 00

Helen A. Dalrymple 52 16

Frances E. Dorety 43 04

Walter B. Pycraft 83 33

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King 75 00

Chas. Aitkin, compiling card index 125 00

1909.
Jan. 8. Sinnickson Chew & Sons Co., for printing 1,000 copies
of laws relating to corporations, to December 28, 1906,

as per contract 500 00

John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for blanks furnished,

as per contract of 1908 929 60

12. Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for toll line service, to November 20, 1908 87 55

15. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, to

December 31. 1908 92 03

Underwood Typewriter Co., for exchange of typewriter,

to January 2, 1908 43 25

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for three months* rent of

post-office box, to March 31, 1909 3 00

F. Reeves, for carting voting machines, October 30,

1908 35 00

19. Inter-State Telephone and Telegraph Co., for toll line

service, to November 17, 1908 1 75

26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to January 31, 1909 :

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 600 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00



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568 STATE TEEASURER'S REPORT.

Jan. 26. F. P. Hemphill $112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 126 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

To amounts paid the following for serrioes as Recorder,
to January 31, 1009 :

Gnssie Johnson 74 88

Isabel P. Struble 50 00

May Ida Connell 65 92

Frances E. Dorety 30 08

Walter B. Pycraft 83 33

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcos King 75 00

Chas. Aitkin 125 00

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, January 13, 1909 110 00

F^. L Library Bureau, for expansion folders furnished, No-
vember 24, 1908 76 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for toll line service, to December 20, 1908 24 30

Soney & Sage, for four copies of Lawyers* Diary for

1909, furnished January 27, 1909 6 00

Hudson Real EiState Co., for premium on policies of

insurance on voting machines, to February 3, 1909 86 74

9. Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage due, to Jan-
uary 31, 1909 8 57

Chas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector of Voting

Machines, to February 3, 1909 7 24

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting voting ma-
chines from freight station, and for freight charges paid,

February 5, 1909 31 38

16. Alex. C. Y'ard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, February 4. 1909 80 00

Horace B. Fine, for furnishing steel die, &c., to Jan-
uary 21, 1909 35 20

Mechanics National Bank, for one year's rent of safe

deposit boxes, to February 1, 1910 20 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for loll line service, to January 20, 1909 15 60

Lnker Brothers, for storing voting machines and cart-
ing same, to February 3, 1909 92 00

28. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to February 28, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 600 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

To amounts paid the following for one month's ser-
vices as Recorder, to February 28. 1909 :

Gussie Johnson 74 88

Isabel P. Struble 50 00



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569



Feb. 23. May Ida Connell $07 68

Frances Dorety 30 08

Walter B. Pycraft 83 33

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King 76 00

Chas. Aitkin, for compiling card index 125 00

MacCrellish & Qitigley, for stationery famished,

to February 3, 1909 22 50

24. T. F. Fitzgerald, for seventy-five copies of the Manual

of the Legislature for 1909 76 00

Mar. 9. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for blanks furnished,

to February 20, 1909 83 00

16. Underwood Typewriter Co., for cylinder for type-
writer furnished, February 23, 1909 2 00

Underwood Typewriter Co., for cylinders for type-

writf-rs furnished, February 27, 1909 4 00

19. Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for toll line service, to February 20, 1909 17 36

Western Union Telegraph Co., for one year's rental

of self-winding clock, to March 1, 1910 12 00

22. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for account for

blanks furnished as per contract of 1908 211 37

26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,

to March 31, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transne 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd •. 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

Walter B. Pycraft 83 38

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King 75 00

Gussie Johnson, for services to March 31, 1900 74 88

To amounts paid the following for services compiling

card index, to March 31, 1909:

R. L. McDowell 45 70

Chas. S. Aitken 125 00

To amounts paid the following for services as Re-
corder, to March 31, 1909:

May Ida Connell 69 28

Frances Dorety 40 16

Isabel P. Struhle, for one month's salary as Recorder,

to March 31, 1909 60 00

29. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, to

March 10, 1909 64 85

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for rent of post-office box,

to June 30, 1909 3 00

April 27. To amounts paid the following for one year's salary,

to April 30, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50



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570 STATE TREASTJEER'S REPORT.

April 27. A. L. Clark $150 00

Jos. P. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

Isabel P. Strubel, Recorder 50 00

Walter B. Pycraf t, Recorder 83 33

John L. Hendricks, Recorder 125 00

J. Marcus King, Recorder 75 00

To amounts paid the following for serdces as Re-
corder, to April 30, 1909:

Gussie Johnson 74 88

Helen A. Dalrymple 26 08

May Ida Connell 71 36

Frances Dorety 37 44

R. L». McDowell, compiling card index 83 33

Chas. S. Aitkin, compiling card index 125 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for toll line service, to March 20, 1909 22 60

May 4. Soney & Sage, for 600 copies of corporation laws of

New Jersey furnished, March 31, 1909 200 00

7. Alex C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage due to April

80, 1909 7 70

11. Soney & Sage, for book furnished April 1, 1909 5 00

Inter-State Telephone and Telegraph Co., for foreign

messages, to March 8, 1909 1 30

18. John L. Murphy Publishinft Co., for account of blanks

furnished, as per contract of 1908 306 00

John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for blanks furnished,

to April 26, 1909 81 50

Ehnery Record Preserving Co., for preserving, caring

for and delivering six volumes of Burlington county

wills, to April 24, 1909 909 00

25. To amounts paid the foUowifig for one month's salary,

to May 31, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

' Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. HemphiH 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L, qiark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

To amounts paid the following for services as Recorder,

to May 31, 1909:

Gussie Johnson 74 88

Isabel P. Struble 50 00

May Ida Connell 54 40

Frances Dorety 35 68

Walter B. Pycraft 83 33

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King 75 OO

Helen A. Dalrymple, to May 15, 1909 27 36

R. L. McDowell, compiling card index 83 33

Chas. S. Aitkin, compiling card index 125 00

June 1. Chas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector of Votlnif

Machines, May 25, 1909 6 50

4. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for binding copies of

volumes of Errors and Appeals cases, March 31, 1909. . 65 25



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STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.



571



June 4. C. L. Traver, for books furnished, May 24, 1909 f9 25

15. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for blanks furnished,

as per contract of 1908 806 26

Emery Record Preserving Co., for preserving, caring
for and delivering five volumes of Burlington county wills,

June 1, 1909 805 00

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage due, to May 31,

1909 6 67

22. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, to

May 11, 1909 170 35

25. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to June 30, 1909 :

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

P. P. Hemphill 112 5o

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Joseph F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas, O. Fuller 108 33

John L. Hendricks 125 00

Gussie Johnson 74 88

Frances E. Dorety 31 68

May Ida Connell, for services as Recorder, to June 30,

1909 61 76

J. Marcus King, for compiling card index 75 00

R. L. McDowell, for compiling card index 83 33

Chas. S. Aitkin, for compiling card index 125 00

July 18. Isabel P. Strubel, for one month's services as Re-
corder, to July 31, 1909 50 00

Margaret T. Simpson, for one month's salary, to July

31, 1909 62 50

20. Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for rent of post-office box,

to September 30, 1909 3 00

Inter-State Telephone and Telegraph Co., for foreign

messages, to June 30, 1909 2 61

The Jos. A. Gray Co., for file ties furnished, July 9,

1909 3 42

27. To anlounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to July 31, 1909 :

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 500 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

Chas. O. Fuller, Chief Inspector of Voting Machines, 108 33

Gussie Johnson 74 88

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King, compiling card index 75 00

Chas. A. Aitkin, compiling card index 125 00

Frances Dorety 48 83

May Ida Connell 5136

R. L. McDowell, for seventeen days' services com-
piling card index, to July 17, 1909 45 72



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672



STATE TEEASUEER'S REPOET.



Aug. 3. Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, July 23, 1909 $154 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to June 20, 1909 33 10

T. F. Fitzgerald, for two copies of Mercer County

Directory furnished, July 20, 1909 8 00

10. Mechanics National Bank, Trenton, for rent of box in

safe deposit vault for one year, to August 1, 1910 20 00

Gussie Johnson, for one month's services as Recorder,

to August 31, 1909 74 88

F. P. Hemphill, for one month's salary, to August

31, 1909 112 50

J. Marcus King, for one month's salary compiling

card index, to August 31, 1909 75 00

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished. July 30, 1909 190 00

17. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for blanks furnished,

to June 24, 1909 57 75

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, August 10. 1909 80 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to July 20, 1909 27 25

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage due, to July

31, 1909 8 57

26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to August 31, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 600 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue, Chief Clerk 200 00

Adeline F. Shepherd ^ 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Joseph F. Galvin 125 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

John L. Hendricks 125 00

Frances Dorety, for services as Recorder 16 00

May Ida Connell, for services as Recorder 67 84

Chas. S. Aitkin, for one-half month's salary compiling

card index, to August 31, 1909 62 50

Sept 8. Alex. C. Yard. Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, August 25, 1909 120 00

7. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished as

per contract of 1909 1,164 25

MacCrellish & Quigley, for account of amount due
for account of blanks furnished as per contract of 1909,

being balance of appropriation 277 20

20. Chas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector of Voting

Machines, to September 15, 1909 13 99

24. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to September 30. 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 600 00

J. B. R. Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue, Chief Clerk 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 50

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 50

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 33



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STATE TREASUEEE'S REPORT.



573



Sept. 24. Chas. S. Aitkin $126 00

May Ida Connell 74 88

Gussie Johnson, for eei vices as Recorder, from Sep-
tember 1 to 18, 1909, inclusive 46 40

To amounts paid the following for one month's serv-
ices compiling card index, to September 30, 1909:

Isabel P. Struble 50 00

John L. Hendricks 125 00

J. Marcus King 75 00

Wm. J. Dearden 20 00

B. B. Sterling, for thirteen days* services compiling

card index, to September 13, 1909 21 67

29. To amounts paid Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for post-
age stamps furnished as follows:

September 11. 1909 279 37

September 20. 1909 (voting machines) 29 93

Oct. 1. Ghas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector of Voting

Machines, to September 25, 1909 31 60

25. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to October 31, 1909:

S. D. Dickinson, Secretary of State 600 00

J. B. R, Smith, Assistant Secretary of State 250 00

Frank Transue 200 00

F. P. Hemphill 112 60

Adeline F. Shepherd 75 00

Margaret T. Simpson 62 60

A. L. Clark 150 00

Jos. F. Galvin 125 00

Chas. O. Fuller 108 37

Chas. S. Aitkin 125 00

Isabel P. Struble, compiling card index 50 00

John L. Hendricks, compiling card index 125 00

J. Marcus King, compiling card index /. 75 00

To amounts paid the following for services as Re-
corder, to October 31, 1909:

Frances B. Dorety 43 55

May Ida Connell 66 56

26. Chas. O. Fuller, for expenses as Inspector, to October

16, 1909 37 39

80. Chas. O. Fuller, for cash paid for expenses incurred

in inspection of voting machines, to October 28, 1909. . 207 90



STATEMENT 82.



$87,226 57



1908.
Nov. 6.

12.



OFFICE OF 8ECBETABT OF STATE (MOTOR VEHICLES).

To Edward Johnson, for expenses as Chief Inspector,

to October 31, 1908 $45 26

To amounts paid the following for thirty-one days'
services as Inspector, to October 31, 1908:

George W. Thompson 93 00

Charles D. Pedigree 93 00

John W. Baldwin 93 00

Dane B. Sawyer 93 00

B. Frank Boutillier 93 00

Wm. Kincaid 93 00

Alexander J. Ackermann 93 00



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674 STATE TKEASUEER^S REPORT.

Not. 12. To ajnoanta paid the following for expenses as In-
spector, to October 31, 1908!

E. Frank BontUlier $16 50

Alex. J. Ackermann 38 85

Dane B. Sawyer 29 50

George W. Thompson 28 23

John W. Baldwin 26 t«

Chas. D. Pedigree 11 68

17. Anderson Shion .* 62 20

Wm. Kincaid 21 44

Jacob Pfotzer, Jr., for making repairs to motor cycles,

to October 3, 1908 4 00

Anderson Shinn, for thirty-one days' services as In-
spector, to October 31, 1908 93 00

Edward L. Katzenbach, ReceiTer for Tme American
Publishing Co., for advertising notice for proposals for

automobile markers, to October 24, 1908 6 75

Trenton £)vening Times, for advertising notice for

proposals for automobile markers, to October 24, 1908, 6 75
26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to November 30, 1908:

J. B. R. Smith, Commissioner 125 00

Edward Johnson, Chief Inspector 125 00

E. B. Sterling 50 00

Leo. J. Mac Auley 40 00

Anna Gerson 36 00

Nelson P. Howell 75 00

Otto Dahl 112 50

Edith H. Weatherby 50 00

Agnes Smith 62 50

Elizabeth B. Fisher 50 00

Dec. 4. Edward Johnson, for expenses as Chief Inspector, to

November 30, 1908 43 05

Horace E. Fine, for automobile markers furnished^ to

December 1, 1908, as per contract 2,124 50

To amounts paid the following for thirty days* serv-
ices as Inspector, to November 30, 1906:

Alexander Ackermann 90 00

John Baldwin 90 00

Geo. W. Thompson 90 00

9. Anderson Shinn 90 00

Dane B. Sawyer 90 00

E. F. Boutillier 90 00

MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished No-
vember 14, 1908 207 50

To amounts paid the following for expenses as In-
spector, to November 30, 1908:

Alex. J. Ackermann 26 50

John W. Baldwin 22 75

Geo. W. Thompson 17 40

11. Anderson Shinn 32 47

Dane B. Sawyer 30 35

E. Frank Boutillier 15 10

The Mutual Auto Accessories Co., for making repairs

to motor cycle to December 3, 1908 20 50

16. The Perkins Auto Garage, for making repairs to motor

cycles, &c., to November 29, 1908 23 17

18. Wm. Kincaid, for thirty days' services as Inspector

to November 30, 1908 • 90 00



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STATE TKEASUEER'S EEPORT. 575

Bee 18. Horace E. Fine, for automobile markers furnished as

per contract, to December 11. 1908 $1,912 05

23. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to December 31, 1908:

J. B. R. Smith, Commissioner 125 00

Edward Johnson, Chief Inspector 125 00

Elizabeth E. Fisher 50 00

Afirnes Smith 62 50

Edith H. Weatherby 50 00

Otto Dahl 112 50

Nelson P. Howell 75 00

Anna Gerson 35 00

Leo J. MacAnley 40 00

B. B. Sterling 50 00

To amounts paid the following Inspectors for ex-
penses, to November 30, 1908:

Wm. Klncaid • 22 89

Cbas. D. Pedigree 15 30

Chas. D. Pedigree, for thirty days' services as In-
spector, to November 30, 1908 90 00

28. Horace E. Fine, for auto markers furnished as per

contract, to December 21, 1908 2,272 05

1909.
Jan. 4. Alex. 0. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur>

nifihed, November 5, 1908 114 00

8. To amounts paid the following for expenses, to De-
cember 31, 1908:

Edward Johnson, Chief Inspectors 37 85

Alex. J. Ackermaim, Inspector 30 00

George W. Thompson, Inspector 9 25

Otto Dahl, for expenses to New York, to November

24. 1908 7 00

12. Horace E. Fine, for automobile markers furnished, to

December 30, 1908, as per contract. 2,549 82

Horace E. Fine, for steel and rubber stamps, &c., de-
signs, &c., furnished, to December 30, 1908 100 15

Horace E. Fine, for balance due for automobile mark-
ers furnished as per contract for 1908 97 77

15. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, to

December 24, 1908 673 22

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, December 5, 1908 200 00

To amounts paid the following for thirty-one days'
services as Inspector, to December 31, 1908:

Geo. W. Thompson 93 00

Anderson Shinn 98 00

Anderson Shinn, for expenses as Inspector, to Decem-
ber 31, 1908 46 96

19. Adams Express Co^ for express charges, to December

23, 1908 89 04

26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to January 31. 1909:

J. 6. R. Smith, Commissioner 125 00

Edward Johnson, Chief Inspector 1 126 00

Elizabeth B- Fisher 60 00

Agnes Smith 62 60

Edith H. Weatherby 60 00

Otto Dahl 112 60

Nelson P. HoweU 75 00

Gerson 35 00



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676 STATE TREASUEEE'S EEPOET.

Jan. 26. Leo J. MacAaley $40 00

E. B. Sterling 50 00

To amounts paid the following for thirty-one days'
serrices as Inspector, to December 31, 1908:

E. Frank BoutilUer 93 00

Alex. J. Ackerman 93 00

E. Frank BoutlUier, for expenses as Inspector, to De-
cember 29, 1908 7 40

United States Express Ck>., for express charges, to De-
cember 31, 1908 83 85

Horace E. Fine, for rubber stamps, &c., furnished, to

December 22, 1908 6 40

Feb. 15. Library Bureau, for cards and card transfer boxes fur-
nished, December 28, 1908 2T9 20

16. To amounts paid the following Inspectors for thirty-
one days' services, to January 31, 1909 :

Alex. J. Ackerman 93 00

Anderson Shinn 93 00

Geo. W. Thompson 93 00

To amounts paid the following Inspectors for expenses,
to January 31, 1909:

Alex. J. Ackerman 25 30

Geo. W. Thompson 13 64

Anderson Shinn 65 74

United States Express Co., for express charges, to Jan-
uary 30, 1909 46 63

Horace E. Fine, for automobile markers furnished as

per contract, to February 5, 1909 120 00

23. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to February 28, 1909:

J. B. R. Smith, Commissioner 125 00

Edw. Johnson, Chief Inspector 125 00

Elizabeth E. Fisher 50 00

Agnes Smith ', 62 50

Edith H. Weatherby 50 00

Otto Dahl 112 50

Nelson P. Howell 75 00

Anna Gerson 35 00

Leo J. MacAuley 40 00

E. B. Sterling 50 00

E. Frank Boutillier, for thirty-one days' services as

Inspector, to January 31, 1909 93 00

E. Frank Boutillier, for expenses as Inspector, to Jan-
uary 25, 1909 3 90

MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, to

February 3, 1909 28 23

Adams Express Co., for express charges, to January

29, 1909 22 95

Mar. 2. Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage stamps fur-
nished, February 19, 1909 100 00

9. John L. Murphy Publishing Co., for account of amount
due for blanks furnished, to February 8, 1909, being bal-
ance of appropriation 91 05

Alex. J. Ackermann, for twenty-eight days' services as

Motor Vehicle Inspector, to February 28, 1909 84 00

Alex. J. Ackermann, for expenses as Inspector, to Feb-
ruary 28. 1909 22 60

Edw. Johnson, for expenses as Chief Inspector, to Feb-
ruary 27, 1909 8 30

Otto Dahl. for traveling expenses, to February 8, 1909, 8 00



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STATE TEEASUEEE'S EEPOET. 577

Mar. 12. To amounts paid the following Inspectors for twenty-
eight days' services, to February 28, 1909:

Anderson Shinn *84 00

E. Frank Boutillier 84 00

Geo. W. Thompson 84 00

To amounts paid the following Inspectors for expenses,
to February 28, 1909 :

Anderson Shinn 61 28

Geo. W. Thompson 13 90

B. Frank Boutillier 6 00

Alex. C. Yard, Postmaster, for postage due, to Febru-
ary 28, 1909 4 89

Library Bureau, for cards furnished, February 13,

. 1909 86 60

16. United States Express Co., for express charges, to

February 27, 1909 44 97

Jacob Pfotzer, Jr., for making repairs to motor cycles,

to February 12, 1909 34 40

Adams Express Ck>., for express charges, to February

26, 1909 8 62

26. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to March 31, 1909:

J. B. R. Smith, Commissioner

Elizabeth B. Fisher

Agnes Smith

Edith H. Weatherby

Otto Dahl

Nelson P. Howell

Anna Gerson

Leo J. MacAuley

B. B. Sterling

Edw. Johnson, Chief Inspector 'f

Alexander C. Yard, for postage stamps furnished,

March 18. 1909

F. L. Crowe, for map furnished. March 12, 1909

April 6. Horace E. Fine Co., for automobile markers, &c., fur-
nished, to March 4, 1909 200 00

13. To amounts paid the following for thirty-one days*
services as Inspector, to March 31, 1909:

Anderson Shino 93 00

Alex. J. Ackerman 93 00

Bdw. Johnson, for expenses as Chief Inspector, to

March 27, 1909 12 20

To amounts paid the following for expenses as In-
spector, to March 31, 1909:

Alex. J. Ackerman 30 16

Anderson Shinn 66 78



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