New Jersey. Treasury Dept.

Annual report, treasurer of the state of New Jersey ... Report of the Joint committee on treasurer's accounts and of the state treasurer .. online

. (page 67 of 85)
Online LibraryNew Jersey. Treasury DeptAnnual report, treasurer of the state of New Jersey ... Report of the Joint committee on treasurer's accounts and of the state treasurer .. → online text (page 67 of 85)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


John J. Waldron 66 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
for telephone service, to March 31, 1909, and for toll

line service, to February 20, 1909. . , 323 76

A. v. Manning's Sons, for carpets, filing cases, Ac.,

famished, to February 16, 1909 300 99

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting mail to post-
office, &c., to March 31, 1900 28 24

L. H. Johnson, for draping flag in Governor's recep-

ti<m room, March 24, 1909 6 00

Maj 4. S. P. Dunham ft Co., for filing cases, &c., furnished,

from Febniary 21 to Augnst 81, 1908 179 06



Digitized byVjOOQlC



708



STATE TREASCKEB'S REPOBT.



Kaj 4. TrentOD Street RaQway Co^ for street cmr tkkets fnr-

nkihed, April 3, 1909 $10 00

11. Pablic Serrice Corpontioo of New Jeney, for gas

famished at 8tste Capitol, to March 22, 1909 53 40

D. H. Johnson Sc Co^ for toilet paper fiunialied,

March 15, 1909 35 00

United States Express Co., for express charsea, to

March 30. 1909 25 0(7

Adams Express Co., for express charges, to March

30, 19r;9 1685

McFarland Ponndry and Machine Co., for chair cast-

iiH? fnmished, March 31, 1909 5 00

BSarle & Son, for carting: from freight station and for

freight chatges, to January 30, 1909 3 50

13. Consamers' Ice and Coal Co., for ice famished, to

April 30, 1909 207 50

Watehang Spring Water Co., for drinking water fui^

nished, to April 28, 1909 128 00

18. Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for light

and power famished State House, to March 26, 1909. . . 1,512 SI
Trenton Water Works, for water furnished at State

House, to April 1, 1909 134 40

R. H. Blakeley & Co., for laundry work, to April 29,

1909 86 34

Cook & Jaques, for furnishing clocks and repair work,

Ac., to April 5. 1909 51 50

Adams Electric Co., for lamps, buttons, batteries, ftc,

furnished, to April 27, 1909 43 «S

Sol. H. Vogel, for keys, repair work and hardware fur-
nished, to April 30, 1909 39 06

American Oil and Supply Co., for engine oil furnished,

April 19, 1009 20 40

Trenton Street Railway Co., for street car tickets fur-
nished, April 29, 1909 10 00

John L. Brock, for cans of polish furnished, March 18,

1909 8 75

Blieabeth K. Marbaker, for services mending flags, to

May 2, 1909 3 00

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

to May 81, 1909:

John W. Weseman, Custodian 291 66

Chas. E. SatterthwaJte, Assistant Custodian 125 00

Chas. P. Field, Chief Engineer 125 00

Harvey F. Rorbach, Mail Clerk 75 00

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger in Library 65 00

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to Governor 100 00

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00

C. Parker Sweet, Assistant Document Clerk 60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 125 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Watchman 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Watchman 75 00

Edw. Sweeney, Elevator Conductor ' 60 00

Andrew W. Hurley, Elevator Conductor 60 00

James Brian, Elevator Conductor 50 00

John Multop. Foreman 83 33

Jos. Deck, Fireman 65 00

Theodore J. Mueller, Fireman 65 00

Pasquale Votta, Fireman 66 00

Jennie A. Howell. Janitrix 65 00

Edw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 75 00



Digitized byVjOOQlC



STATE TREASURER'S REPORT. 709

May 25. Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum.... $75 00

Edw. F. Scott, Carpenter 100 00

Chas. T. Vansant, Carpenter 80 00

To amounts paid the following for one month's salary
as Laborer, to May 31, 1909 :

Richard Standiford 65 00

Chas. Maclntyre, Jr 65 00

Gilbert Franklin 65 00

Henry Fulkert 65 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert E. Tootell 65 00

Frank Dalton 65 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery 65 00

Philip J. Booz 65 00

John H. Carlile 65 00

Thos. Enright 65 00

John Hatfield 65 00

Aaron J. Swan ; 65 00

Walter P. Clow 65 00

Samuel McCoy 60 00

John J. Waldron 55 00

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting mail to

post office, &c., to April 27, 1909 5 34

June 4. D. A. Henderson & Co., for premium on policy of in-
surance on State Capitol building and contents for three

years, from April 19, 1909 171 00

Inter-State Telephone and Telegraph Co., for rental of

telephones, to June 30, 1909 100 00

J. D. Margerum & Co., for labor, ramish, shellac, &c.,

furnished, to April 30, 1909 90 12

United States Ehcpress Co., for express charges, to

April 29, 1909 71 86

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
for cost of operating branch exchange, to April 30, 1909, 58 80

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for gas

consumed at State Capitol, to April 21, 1909 53 80

Percy B. Richardson, for carting ashes, to April 29,

1909 50 00

Geo. J. Tobin, for urinal, solder, putty, labor, &c., fur-
nished, to March 3, 1909 43 73

Merchants Express, for carting freight and for freight

charges paid, to February 23, 1909 33 42

Sol. H. Vogel, for repairing locks, screws, keys, &c.,

furnished, to March 31, 1909 65 53

Gelder Pure Soap Co., for soap furnished, May 15,

1909 25 00

A. V, Manning's Sons, for picture frames, clothes tree,

&c., furnished, to April 30, 1909 23 35

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

January 8, 1909 10 40

K. W. Garside, for six months' subscription to Tri-
bune, Press, Herald and Gazette, to March 27. 1909. . 9 32
D. P. Forst & Co., for matches furnished, to May 21,

1909 9 00

Augustus M. Crook & Son, for oil, punches, &c., fur-
nished, to April 12, 1909 6 48

John E. Thropp's Sons Co., for chart for recording
gauge furnished, December 16, 1908 6 30



Digitized byVjOOQlC



710 STATE TREASUKER'S REPORT.

Jane 4. Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephoile Co.,

for foreign messages, to April 20, 1909. $4 00

MacCrellish & Qulgley, for stationery furnished,
March 30, 1909 3 00

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for electric
light and power furnished at State House, to April 27,
1909 1,760 30

The Tattersali Co., for pea coal famished, to April

17, 1909 692 73

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for rental of telephones and switchboard for quarter end-
ing June 30, 1909 222 00

Wilson & Stokes Lumber Co., for lumber furnished,
to May 8, 1909 117 43

To amounts paid the following for sixteen hours' labor
scrubbing Library. May 27, 1909:

Benj. P. Moore 3 S2

Emma Jackson 3 52

15. Watchung Spring Water Co., for water furnished,

to May 31, 1909 102 50

Consumers Ice and Coal Co., for ice furnished, to May

28, 1909 »5 40

Sol. H. Vogel, for mops, screws, keys, &c, furnished,

to May 28, 1909 76 38

Library Bureau, for filing case, guides, &c., furnished.
May 11, 1909 68 50

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
for cost of operating branch exchange, to March 31,
1909 49 35

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for gas
consumed at State Capitol, to May 21, 1909 46 90

S. E. Kaufman, for soap, towels, glasses, &c., fur-
nished, to May 31, 1909 41 70

R. H. Blakely & Co., for laundry work done, to May

29, 1909 34 13

J. D. Margerum & Co., for painting work done and

paints, &c., furnished, to May 26, 1909 82 75

The Henry R. Fell Co., for cement, sand and labor
furnished in relaying concrete pavement. May 27, 1909, 30 43

Adams Electric Co., for pipe, light cluster, wire, &c.,
furnished. May 20, 1909 26 07

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting mail to post
office, &c., to May 28, 1909 16 85

Cook & Jaques, for cleaning and repairing clocks, to
April 27, 1909 12 00

Trenton Street Railway Co., for street car tickets fur-
nished. May 31, 1909 10 00

Percy B. Richardson, for carting ashes, to May 18,
1909 8 00

E. F. Hooper & Co., for glass, putty, &c., furnished.
May 28, 1909 4 42

Merchants Express, for freight charges paid, to May

18, 1909 2 10

United States Changeable Sign Co., for letters fur-
nished, January 9, 1909 1 48

Elizabeth K. Marbaker, for mending flag. May 26,
1909 1 00

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for ^ectric
light and power furnished at State Capitol, to May 25,
1900 9n 75



Digitized byVjOOQlC



STATE TREASUEER'S REPORT.



711



June 22. AuguatuB M. Crook & Son, for waahers, valves, &c.,

furnished, to May 26, 1909 $4 07

Major Hatch, for material furnished, and for white-
washing Secretary of State's yault, to June 18, 1909. . . 3 00
25. To amounts paid the following for one month's salary,
to June 30, 1909:

John W. Weseman, Custodian 291 66

Chas. E. Satterthwaite, Assistant Custodian 125 00

Chas. P. Field, Chief Engineer 125 00

Harvey F. Rorbach, Mail Clerk 75 00

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger In Library 65 00

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to GJovemor 100 00

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00

C. Parker Sweet, Assistant Document Clerk 60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 125 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Watchman 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Watchman 75 00

Edw. Sweeney, £#Ievator Conductor 60 00

Andrew W. Hurley, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Jas. Brian, Elevator Conductor 50 00

John Multop, Foreman 83 33

Jos. Deck, Fireman 65 00

Theodore J. Mueller, Fireman 65 00

Pasquale Votta, Fireman 65 00

Jennie A. Howell, Janitriz 65 00

Edw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 75 00

Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum. ... 75 00

E3dw. F. Scott, Carpenter 100 00

Chas. T. Vansant, Carpenter 80 00

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

Richard Standiford 65 00

Chas. Maclntyre, Jr. 65 00

Gilbert FrankUn 65 00

Henry Fulkert 65 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert E. Tootell 65 00

Frank Dalton 65 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery 65 00

Philip J. Booz 65 00

John H. Carlile 65 00

Thos. Enright 65 00

John Hatfield 65 00

Aaron J. Swan 65 00

Walter P. Clow 65 00

Samuel McCoy 60 00

John J. Waldron 55 00

B. Henri Herbert, Document Clerk 100 00

July 13. Henry Cook Print-shop, for printing programs, March
20, 1909, in connection with unveiling Lincoln monu-
ment 4 75

S. Klaber & Co., for Lincoln bust, tablet, &c., fur-
nished, •March 15, 1909 344 00

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting to post-
office, to June 30, 1909 13 46

Trenton Plate & Window Glass Co., for glass fur-
nished, February 8, 1909 1 00

K. W. Garside, for newspapers furnished, to June 26,

1909 988



Digitized byVjOOQlC



712



STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.



July 13. 0. H. Yoang, for ammonia, salt, &c., famished, to Maj

23, 1900 $19 42

Sol. H. Vogel, for glass, hardware, &c., furnished, to

June 28, 1909 98 74

20. Wilson & Stokes Lumber Co., for lumber famished, to

June 18, 1909 81 48

Adams Electric Co., for fans, &c., June 28, 1909 70 00

J. B. Van Sciver Co., for filing case sections, &c., fur-
nished, June 16, 1909 55 50

Public Service Corporation, for gas consumed at Cap-
itol, to June 21, 1909 41 90

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for cost of operating branch exchange for January, 1909, 40 35
John E. Thropp's Sons Co., for making alterations and

repairs to tree boxes, to June 29, 1909 40 06

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for cost of operating branch exchange for May, 1909. ... 38 85
The Crossley Machine Co., for track shafts and wheels

furnished and for repairs, June 23, 1909 32 ^

Trenton Street Railway Co., for street car tickets fur-
nished, July 1, 1909 10 00

Stratton Manufacturing Co., for barrel of no-dust fur-
nished, June 14, 3909 8 40

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to March 20, 1909 3 85

D. P. Forst & Co., for matches furnished, June 16,

1909 3 75

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

to September 30, 1909 3 00

Horace E. Fine Co., for stamps, &c., furnished, to May

20, 1909 2 15

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to May 20, 1909 1 25

Adams Express Co., for express charges, to May 28,

1909 64 26

R. H. Blakely & Co., for laundry work done, to June

26, 1909 32 95

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

John W. Weseman, Custodian 291 66

Chas. E. Satterthwaite, Assistant Custodian 125 00

Chas. P. Field, Chief Engineer 125 00

Harvey F. Rorbach, Mail Clerk 75 00

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger in Library 65 00

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to Governor '. . . 100 00

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00

C. Parker Sweet, Assistant Document Clerk 60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 125 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Watchman 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Watchman 75 00

Edw. Sweeney, Elevator Conductor 00 00

Andrew W. Hurley, Elevator Conductor 00 00

Jas. Brian, Elevator Conductor 50 00

John Multop, Foreman 83 33

Jos. Deck, Fireman 65 00

Theodore J. MuUer, Fireman ^00

Pasquale Votta, Fireman 66 00

Jennie A. Howell, Janitrix 65 00

Edw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 76 00

Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum 75 00



Digitized byVjOOQlC



STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.



713



July 27. Edw. F. Scott, Carpenter $100 00

Chas. T. Van Sant, Carpenter 80 00

To amounts paid the following for one month's salary

as Laborer, to August 31, 1909 :

Richard Standiford 65 00

Chas. Maclntyre, Jr 65 00

Gilbert Franklin 65 00

. Henry Fulkert 65 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert E. Tootell 65 00

Frank Dalton 65 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery w 65 00

Philip J. Booz 65 00

John H. Carlile 65 00

Thos. Enright 65 00

John Hatfield 65 00

Aaron J. Swan 65 00

Walter P. Clow 65 00

Samuel McCoy 60 00

John J. Waldron 55 00

R. Henri Herbert .ft 100 00

Aug. 3. Carlman Ribsam, for labor, flower seeds, plants, &c.,

furnished to June 30, 1909 1,981 65

Trenton Water Works, for water consumed at Capitol,

to July 1, 1909 114 10

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for electric

light and power furnished State Capitol, to June 26,

1909 1,040 75

United States Express Co., for express charges, to

May 21, 1909 133 15

10. To amounts paid Watchung Spring Water Co. for

spring water furnished, as follows:

To June 30. 1909 127 50

To July 29, 1909 97 50

17. John W. Weseman, for one month's salary as Custo-
dian, to August 31, 1909 291 66

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

to August 31, 1909:

Harvey F. Rorbach, Mail Clerk 75 00

26. Chas. B. Satterthwaite, Assistant Custodian 125 00

Chas. P. Field, Chief E)ngineer 125 00

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger in Library 65 00

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to GJovemor 100 00

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00

C. Parker Sweet, Assistant Document Clerk 60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 125 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Custodian 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Custodian 75 00

Edw. Sweeney, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Jas. Brian, Elevator Conductor 50 00

John Multop, Foreman 83 33

Jos. Deck, Fireman 65 00

Theodore J. Muller, Fireman 65 00

Pasquale Votta, Fireman. 65 00

Jennie A. Howell, Janitrix 65 00

Edw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 75 00

Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum ... 75 00

Edw. F. Scott, Carpenter 100 00

Chas. F. Van Sant. Carpenter 80 00



Digitized byVjOOQlC



714 STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.

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

as Laborer, to August 31, 1909:

Richard Standiford $05 00

Chas. Maclntyre 65 00

Gilbert Franklin 65 00

Henry Fulkert 65 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert B. Tootell 65 00

Frank Dalton 66 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery 66 00

Phillip J. Booz 66 00

John H. Carlik 66 00

Thos. Bnright 65 00

John Hatfield 65 00

Aaron J. Swan ^00

Walter P. Clow 65 00

Samuel McCoy 60 00

John J. Waldron 56 00

R. Henri Herbert, Document Clerk 100 00

Robert 6. Wittenborn, for putting up and repairing

awnings, repairing chairs, &c., 1|| July 14, 1909 132 35

81. Public Service Corporation or New Jersey, for electric

light and power consumed at State House, July 27, 1909, 1,066 62
B. C. Kuser, for ice furnished at State House, to July

30, 1909 315 60

To amounts paid the following companies for telephone

rental at State House, to September 30, 1909 :
Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Go. . . 223 50

Inter-State Telephone and Telegraph Co 100 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for cost of operating branch exchange, to July 31, 1909, 83 55

Wilson & Stokes Lumber Co., for lumber furnished,

July 15, 1909 66 00

J. Brockie & Co., for American flags furnished, May

12. 1909 55 80

R. H. Blakely & Co., for laundry work done, to July

30, 1909 42 74

United States Express Co., for express charges, to

July 29, 1909 40 07

J. D. Margerum & Co., for labor, paint, ftc, furnished,

to July 26, 1909 37 36

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for incan-
descent lamps furnished, to November 13, 1908 32 00

Sol. H. Vogel, for screws, glass, Ac, furnished, to July

29, 1909 31 87

Adams Electric Co., for mats, wall cases, &c., fur-
nished, July 17, 1909 24 44

Adams Express Co., for express charges, to July 29,

1909 21 03

Otis Elevator Co., for brass pins for magnet control,

Ac., furnished, June 24, 1909 16 60

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting mail, Ac, to

July 30, 1909 10 90

Trenton Street Railway Co., for street car tickets fur-
nished, July 27, 1909 10 00

Augustus M. Crook A Son, for files, washers, Ac., fur»

nished, to June 30, 1909 5 98

D. P. Porst A Co.. for matches furnished. July 13,

1909 6 25



Digitized byVjOOQlC



STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.



715



Aug. 31. T. F. Fitzgerald, for copy of IVenton and Mercer

County Directory furnished, July 20, 1909 $4 00

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to June 20, 1909 1 85

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,

for foreign messages, to July 20, 1909 1 80

Sept. 7. MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished, as per

contract of 1909 371 10

Library Bureau, for metal tip guides, &c., furnished,

June 18, 1909 4 06

9. Van Horn-Murray Realty Co., for premium on policy
of Philadelphia Casualty Co. for elevator liabili^ re-
newals, August 29, 1909 80 24

13. R. Grabowski, for parquetry floor, wax, &c., furnished,

September 1, 1909 167 60

20. Watchung Spring Water Co., Donald T. Magowan«
Distributor, for spring water furnished, to August 31,

1909 77 60

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

John W. Weseman, Custodian 291 66

Chas. E. Satterthwaite, Assistant Custodian 126 00

Chas. P. Field, Chief Engineer 126 00

Harvey F. Rohrbach, Mail Clerk 75 00

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger in Library 66 00

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to Governor 100 00

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00

C. Parker Sweet, Assistant Document Clerk 60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 126 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Watchman 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Watchman 76 00

Bdw. Sweeney, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Andrew W. Hurley, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Jas. Brian, Elevator Conductor 60 00

John Multop, Foreman 83 33

Jos. Deck, Fireman 66 00

Theodore J. Mueller, Fireman 65 00

Fasquale Votta, Fireman 66 00

Jennie A. Howell, Janitriz 66 00

Bdw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 76 00

Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum 76 00

Edw. F. Scott, Carpenter 100 00

Chas. T. Vansant, Carpenter 80 00

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

Richard Standiford 66 00

Chas. Maclntyre, Jr 66 00

Gilbert Franklin 66 00

Henry Fulkert 66 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert E. Tootell 66 00

Frank Dalton 65 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery 65 00

Philip J. Booz 65 00

John H. Carlile 66 00

Thos. Bnright 65 00

John Hatfield 66 00

Aaron J. Swan 66 00

Walter P. Clow 66 00



Digitized byVjOOQlC



716 STATE TREASURER'S REPORT.

Sept. 24. Samuel McCoy $05 00

John J. Waldron 60 <»0

R. Henri Herbert, Document Clerk 100 00

29. Petry'g Express and Delivery, for carting mail, &c.,

to August 30, 1909 23 02

J. D. Margerum, for painting, decorating, &c., in office

of Supreme Court, July 2, 1909 717 00

Prior & Brock, for marble bases, cement, labor, Sec.,

furnished, to July 23, 1909 144 02

Geo. J. Tobin, for galvanized iron, solder, &c., fur-
nished, June 2, 1909 34 00

A. V. Manning's Sons, for typewriter desk, chairs, &c..
furnished, and for chairs upholstered, &c., to July 30,
1909 319 85

Adams Electric Co., for labor in repairing elevator
motor, fan furnished, lamp, &c., to August 31, 1909. ... 92 75

Lewis Law ton & Son, for service of mason, brick,
plaster, &c., furnished in repairing telephone office, to

July 16, 1909 52 55

Oct. 1. Emma Walton, for sixteen hours* services scrubbing

Library, to September 29, 1909 3 52

Margaret Reingruber, for sixteen hours' services
scrubbing Library, to September 29. 1909 3 52

Stark & Faussett, for tiling vestibule of Capitol, and

for labor, &c., repairing corridor, August 28, 1909 88 35

5. Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
for cost of operating branch exchange, to August 31,
1909 40 20

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for gas con-
sumed at State Capitol, to July 21, 1909 23 30

C. H. Young, for muriatic acid, &c., furnished, August
24, 1909 23 26

Trenton Street Railway Co., for street car tickets
furnished, August 24, 1909 10 00

MacCrellish & Quigley, for stationery furnished,
August 10, 1909 9 37

MacCrellish & Quigley, for blanks furnished, August
31, 1909 2 50

Adams Express Co., for express charges to August
26, 1909 3 17

Delaware and Atlantic Telegraph and Telephone Co.,
for foreign messages, to August 20, 1909 2 00

Sol. H. Vogel, for glass, locks, keys, repairs to safe
door, &c., furnished to August 30, 1909 43 S5

Horace B. Fine Co., for transparent glass signs fur-
nished for Bureau of Shell Fisheries, September 9, 1909, 27 75

StoU Blank Book and Stationery Co., for filing case,
&c., furnished Department of Accounts, August 11, 1909, 33 50

20. Watchung Spring Water Co., D. T. Magowan, Dis-
tributor, for spring water furnished, to September 29,

1909 77 50

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

John W. Weseman, Custodian 291 74

Chas. E. Satterthwaite, Assistant .Custodian 125 «>

Chas. P. Field, Chief EJngineer 126 00

Harvey F. Rorbach, Mail Clerk 75 0(»

Sheffield Tuesday, Messenger in Library 65 <M^

Samuel W. Gordon, Messenger to Governor 100 (^>

Richard S. Smith, Telegraph Operator 100 00



Digitized byVjOOQlC



STATE TKEASUKER'S EEPOET.



717



Oct 25. G. Parker Sweet, Assistant Docament Clerk $60 00

Simon Gerson, Night Custodian 125 00

Benj. F. Densten, Night Watchman 75 00

Jos. H. Malkin, Night Watchman 75 00

Bdw. Sweeney, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Andrew W. Hurley, Elevator Conductor 60 00

Jas. Brian, Elevator Conductor 50 00

John Multop, Foreman » 83 37

Jos. Deck, Fireman 65 00

Theodore J. Mueller, Fireman 65 00

Pasquale \otta, Fireman 65 00

Jennie A. Howell, Janitrix 65 00

Edw. T. O'Hara, Electrician 75 00

Elmer E. Locke, in charge of Geological Museum .... 75 00

Bdw. F. Scott, Carpenter 100 00

Chas. T. Vans{>«t, Carpenter 80 00

To amounts paid the following for one month's salary
as L#aborer, to October 31, 1909:

Richard Standiford 65 00

Chas. Maclntyre, Jr 65 00

Gilbert Franklin 65 00

Henry Fulkert 65 00

Michael Stahovski 65 00

Robert E. lootell 65 00

Frank Dalton 65 00

Harry R. Flock 65 00

Jos. Vickery 65 00

Philip J. Booz 65 00

John H. Carlile 65 00

Thos. EMright 65 00

John Hatfield 65 00

Aaron J. Swan 65 00

Walter P. Clow 65 00

Samuel McCoy 65 00

John J. Waldron 60 00

26. John R. Riker, for clerical services rendered the Cus-
todian for year ending October 1, 1909 100 00

I. H. Clayton, for labor and materials furnished for
alterations in office of Clerk in Chancery, to September

24, 1909 198 05

R. Grabowski, for placing new floor in office of Clerk

in Chancery, September 25, 1909 66 00

Inter- State Telephone and Telegraph Co., for foreign

messages, to October 18. 1909 1 65

A. V. Manning's Sons, for rugs furnished, October 8,

1909 607 60

28. D. P. Forst & Co., for soap, Ac, furnished, to October

15. 1909 18 25

Petry's Express and Delivery, for carting mail, &c., to

September 30, 1909 17 60

Public Service Corporation of New Jersey, for gas con-
sumed at State Capitol to September 21. 1909 50 60

Trenton Street Railway Co.. for car tickets furnished,

September 21, 1909 25 00



Online LibraryNew Jersey. Treasury DeptAnnual report, treasurer of the state of New Jersey ... Report of the Joint committee on treasurer's accounts and of the state treasurer .. → online text (page 67 of 85)