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ASSESSMENT: 1919 STATE BOARDS t .9 S. V. STEWART, Chairman C. T. STEWART, Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ii OF MONTANA Er I 7 I I I!h I I I I' �I I II 1 I'I' fill-171F11: HELENA, MONTANA, JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board Feb. 19, 19 20 J. J. RYAN, Clerk To County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Montana. Dear Sir : • prior to the closing of your tax books for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization, upon one of its printed forms, forward- ed to you the apportionment for the purposes. of State, County-,. Tani- c ipal , School , Road or other- purposes of taxation of the total q_assessment amounting to $• 270,'059.220f the Canyon Ferry-Butte high. power transmission line in your county as assessed against the Montana Power CC by the State Board.of of Boua1 izat iori for the year,.19� gether with p oper . s atemen s in connection therewith. You.are npw ,4.00 d that thereafter, the Supreme pour:t of, the •State of ::oz tuna ,3;SSued a Writ of mandate directed to the Board of Equal i,z4t.ion:of the State of Montana,, directing an4, * t- ar requiring that they should -reaseen1ble, aril 'reassess Certain-prop- erty of the Montatia.Pbwer Company, the Great Falls Power Colipany and the Thompson Falls Power Company, .a:_iong which was that certain. prop_. erty dee'Cribed acid re?erred to in the f ort:ler notice of apportiont ent heretofore sent yquThat pursuant to` sac wr3..t of mandate F ..the said State -Board of Equalization did reassemble and nake an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate ; is w eluding tine 'properties- in yo .r Count, i e.reinbefore referee to.< You are , therefore , notified by this,' that •pureuantto _ea L writ of mandate and the requirements, cf Chapters 48 and 49 of, tie • Session Lawsof the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly Of -.the, `Sta:te of7 . i.iontana, that the record of the asslessmen u .cf the Montana Power Company for the property hereinafter referred to. and described should -be . EZENDED SC AS TO ADD- thereto THE DIri- LICE DET EEF THE VALUE`. ORL P Y. rout D by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting - of September the 4th, 1919 , of which you have- he. e =. tofore been ac_vised A;:E T VALUE AS row . `I D BY THE STArrL Ar D 0 EQZIA IZATI0 at its meeting before herein referred to , . �.eld: on �e 2 J5th day of January; 1920 . The valuation now certified to you is as follows : t . . 4 S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART, Secretary S. C.FORD H.L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $573,321.56 of the Canyon Ferry • Butte Transmission Line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Montana Power Company • by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Canyon Ferry - Butte Transmission Line • in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the,assessed,value per mile and the total assessed value of the Canyon Ferry — Butte Transmission Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within J of f er son County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $573,323..56 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana,,held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 the following assessment of the Canyon Ferry - Butte Transmission Line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montaninder and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of mandate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Canyon Ferry-Butte Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 127.96 miles. The total value of the Canyon Ferry - Butte Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power • Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $7 44,340.7 6 The average value per mile of Canyon Ferry - Butte Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power t 11 Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 5,816.98 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Canyon Ferry — Butte Transmission Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said canyon Ferry - Butte Transmission Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School Dist . # 1 11.58 $5,816.98 $ 67,360.63 2 8.88 51, 654.78 7 26.92 156,593.10 8 8.98 52,236.48 ` ' 13 2.52 14,658.80 `*-- 14 5.56 32,342.40 19 2.42 14,077.09 21 23.50 136,699.05 25 1.40 8,143.77 27 6.80 39,555.46 98.56 $573,321.56 • • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jeff er son County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must xttioczoticgamecboix assessment made by this Board on Sept. 4,1919, arid make and cause tote entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equaliza to _ i his shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in J e f f er son _ County and such taxes must be collected in the same mannerI at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, � ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Cler to Boar. o qualization. o cc torn �x N g Pi 0 ti . v t S. V. STEWART. Chairman C. T. STEWART. Secretary 'S. O. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor 7 . STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION fi `i' OF MONTANA o 1.14'• 7 71:11q [Ili�l;�I I I 1 I HELENA, MONTANA, . JOHN EDGERTON. Assistant to Board Feb. 19, 1920. J. J. RYAN. Clerk To County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Montana. • Dear Sir : Prior to the closing of your tax books for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization , upon one of its printed forms, forward- ed to you the apportionment for the purposes of State . County, Muni- cipal, School , Road or other purposes of taxatien'of the total gassessrlent amounting to $'9,052.87 of the Porphyry Dike high ower transmission line in your county as assessed against the 1 ontana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919, together with prroper statements in connection therewith. You are now advised that thereafter the Supreme Court of the State of Montana issued a writ of mandate directed to the State Board of Equalization of the State of Montana, directing and gwtark- trig requiring that they ir y should • reasse:ble and reassess certain prop- erty of the Montana power Company, the Great Fails Power Company and the Thompson Falls Power Company, among which was. that certain prop- erty described and referred to in the former notice of apportionment heretofore sent you. That - pursuant to said writ of mandate , the said State Board of Equalization did reassemble--"and make an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate ; in- oluding the properties in you County hereinbefore referred to. You are t therefore , notified by this, that pursuant, to said writ of mandate and the requirements f Chapters 4$ and 49 of the Session .Laws of the Sixteenth Le6isiative Assembly of the State of i ontana, that the record of the assessment cf the Montana Power Com-oany for the property hereinafter referred to and described shoul ti be A=D.:,D SO AS TO ADD thereto T 3 DIT2E7JE CE DLT 533iT T=3 VAL'.JE FORI.JTRLY rOU_JD by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting of September the 4th, 1919, of which you have here- tofore been advisedt Ai D fh VALUE AS FOW FIXED BY THE STATE BOAT di O_' EVALIZATIO17 at its meeting before herein referred to , held on the 2Bth day of January, 1920 . The valuation now certified to you is As follows : S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L.HART GEO.P. PORTER t Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.1. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other ` taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $19,218.66 of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line fn - daf€er-son'.. County, as assessed to the Montana Power . Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line in - Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $19,218,66 in :, f f e gpn;.: County to each of the legal subdivisions in :Jefferson' County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a Deb iboxmeeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of Januarys 1920 the following assessment of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of M ontanLinder and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of mandate of the. Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 10.33 miles. The total value of the Porphyry Dike Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Mon tana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $22,740.98 The average value per mile of Porphyry Dike Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ $2,201.45 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Porphyry Dike Transmission Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Porphyry Dike Transmission Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School District #3 3.07 $2,201.45 $6,758.45 '' 8 .19 418.28 ✓ 9 5.47 12,041.93 V 8.73 $19,218.66 • • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County, cancel the Jefferson . The Board of County Commissioners of County must nxicaC1JE assessment made by this Board on Se t.4,1919 and make and cause tp be entered,in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the year 1919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of EqualizationL,,This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. ',ThelCuunty Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns;school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson • • County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner,at the-same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. c5tate B,;t7 of Equalization. K O p" • oc)x ° ° O o 4 ' S. V. STEWART. Chairman C. T. STEWART, Secretary S. 0. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General • State Treasurer State Auditor • %== STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA 1 C i 1-❑ - 1.1 l>I'I i 11-11 I I�1 1111 r i I�fill ( 1 r s 7."7". rr� °'° HELENA; MONTANA, - _ ,. .. .r_ JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board Feb• 19 J. J. RYAN, Clerk 19, 1920. To County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Montana. Dear Sir : Prior to the closing of your tax books- for the year- 1919 the State Board of Equalization, upon one of" its printed- forms, forward- ed to you the 'apport ionment for the purposes of State, County, Muni- cipal, School, Road or other purposes of taxat.ion'of the total - _ cip.ssessment amounting to 49,792.05 of the Boulder-Keating high power transmission line in your County as assessed against the the Sae : d.of ual 'zati�on ' Lor t o ear 1919, together with by statersen in corinec1ion therewith. You are now adv, .sed that thereafter- the Supreme Court of the State of 1Zont 4 4.ssued''.a Writ of nantlate- di' 'ected to the Stat.e,. : Board of Equalization'. of the State of .Montana,: directing- .nd.ra - requi.ring that t y should •reasse,tb1e,. arid. `reassess ,cent i erty of the M:onta,ia.. Plower Company tie Great Falls Power Company and the Thompson Falls power Company, among `which was that certain, prop- erty described.,ane reterre'a to in the former notice of apportioorlent heretofore. sent :fir. t4;.U4 aba4. pursuant ,to said.virit of mandate , . tom,: • said State BQard of Equalization did reasser^b1e' and make an amended - assessment oi;:;t oo-properties referred, to in :the writ `of raamdate,;,, 41::- cluding the proper.ies,rth ,yo...:r County:-hereinbefore referred to.." You are, therefore , notified.,by this, that pursuant o s . ,d' writ of mandate. and the requirements. -cf' Ctiapters 48 and ,4.9. ,oft tile' Session Laws •';c:! the S.ixt e enth Leg i shat"i ve,''As's.'erlbl.y of the State. of Montana, that: the.; r:ecord of the as se ssmen of the Montana power •• Got=1pany: fur the property hereinafter referred t.tl'. and.' described shouli:--.be..AirirNDED. SO AS TO ADD -ch€reto T' DIl Y C11OO SET YoE ii T +' VAL ,,FOZT.Z'R:iY FOUND by the State:Board of Eq,,.zal}i.aat.ion in its meeting, of S'epter-giber. the 4th, 1919, of- which you have he e:-' )cofore been acviset?t::.AID .T:71,1, VALUE AS- I`OU .1-'1-TAD BY T`1 STA^ ; BC/AM 0 EQUAL ZA.T10 - at.- its meet i g. before herein ,referred to, :etc on the 28th day of Jan.uary, 1920 , r: .. "The valuation now e.artifiecl to you is as follows : - • 4 1 S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H.L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $63,246.99 of the Boulder-Keating Transmission Line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Montana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder•Keat ing Transmission Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder-Keating Transmission Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, 'together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $63,246.99 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 • Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a lr meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 the following assessment of the Boulder-Heating Transmission Line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of mandate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Boulder - Keating Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 23.34 miles. The total value of the Boulder—Keating Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $87,451.71 The average value per mile of Boulder-Keating Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power 1 Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferspn County was $ 3,746.86 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Boulder-Keating Transmission Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Boulder-Keating Transmission Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Je f f er son County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School Dist. • 7 4.02 $3,746.86 $15,062.38 ✓ 12 1.58 5,920.03 ✓ 18 4.89 18,322.14 V 29 6,39 23,942,44 ✓' 16.88 $63,246.99 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County, cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson . County must iraibucalzbaremie arse smpnt made by,this Board on Sgk 4 lg1p o be entered in tile proper record boo an order stating an �clarrng—the ef�gt i�tl wa' Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the year 1919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalizatio . Ibis shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts.. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the.same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson > .County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such takes Rust be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE.OF MONTANA, 1 } ss. • County of Lewis and Clark J I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. 7/P,c...--t-- C.)x Cl tate Bo f qualization. Inn - or 0 oH CD o Cf:) y_� S. V. STEWART. Chairman C. T. STEWART. Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor • ttali STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ii OF MONTANA ANIPP7 offiw 7I I,1 :j 11 irl r .-" .." HELENA, MONTANA, • JOHN EDGERTON. Assistant to Board Feb. 19, 1920. J. J. RYAN, Clerk • • To County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County, Montana. Dear Sir : Prior to the closing of your tax books for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization , upon one of its printed forms, • forward- ed to you the 'apportionment for the purposes ,of State , County ; Muni- cipal, School, Road or other purposes of taxation of the total gassessment amounting to $'68,280.11 of the Madison-Butte high power transmission line in your county as assessed against the Montana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization i for the year 1919, together with proper statemens in conection therewith. You are now advised that thereafter the Supreme Court of the State of Montana issued a writ of mandate directed to the State Board of Equalization of the State of Montana, directing and aaorgx - requiring that they should -reassemble arid reassess cettain prop- erty of the Montana power Company, the Great Falls Power Company and the Thompson Falls Power Company, among which was that certain prop- erty described and referred to in the former notice of apportionment heretofore sent you. That pursuant to said writ of mandate ,, the said State Board of Equalization did reassemble And an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate; in- cluding the properties in your County hereinbefore referred to. You are , therefore , notified by this, that pursuant to said writ of mandate and the requirements. c,f Chapters 48 and 49 of- the Session Laws- of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana, that the record of the assessrlen'U of the Montana Power Company for the property hereinafter referred to and described should* be AMENDED SO AS TO ADD thereto T'+`..; DIFFE7tENCE BET T. LM THE VALUE FORMERLY POU TD by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting ing of September the 4th, 1919, of 'which you have here- tofore been advised:. AND THE VALUE AS NOW FIXED BY THE STATE BOARD G ' EQUALIZATIOI7 at its meeting before herein referred to held on t e 28th day of January, 1920 . The valuation now certified to you is as of],ows ; • • S.V.STEWART.Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S.C.FORD H.L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary d State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $144,954.94 of the Madison-Butte Tower Line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Montana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Madison-Butte Tower Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, thg assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Madison-Butte Tower Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $144,954,94 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a fir meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 - the following assessment of the Madison—Butte Tower Line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montanaynder and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of mandate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Madison-Butte Tower Line • belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 58.99 miles. The total value of the Madison-Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $519,179.84 The average value per mile of Madison—Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power f _ Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 8,801.15 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Madison—Butte Tower Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Madison-Butte Tower Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School District # 4 11.62 $8,801.15 $102,269.36 V 15 4.85 42, 685.58 ✓ 16.47 $144,954.94 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jef f er son County must ricataiMaXiauciackie assessment made by this Board on Sept.4,1919, and make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the year 1919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalizatioi_This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such proper extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in,T of fer son, County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ; 1 ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Cher to Board qualization. M ; of I 1.4 R q S. V. STEWART, Chairman C. T. STEWART, Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor A STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA r -: [ `` 7 I_I I);l9 I-�-1 - Ili 1�� I1 ll 1 ,1 PH-1-11i • HELENA, MONTANA, JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board February 20, 1 9 2 r) J. J. RYAN, Clerk To County Clerk and Recorder of JEFFE: SON ` County, Montana. Dear Sir : prior to the closing of your tax nooks for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization , upon one of its printed forms, forward- ed to you the apportionment for the purposes of State, County, Luni cipal, School, Road or other purposes of taxation of the total Qassessment amounting to $230, 704.02 of theRainbow Butte Tower Line high power transmission line in your county as asseesed against the for the Great l9 , toogether •with pioper statementsdinf connection therewith. You are now advised that thereafter the Supreme Court of the State of Montana issued a writ of mandate directed to the State Board of Equalization of the State of Montana, directing and Innwirmir- requiring that they should reassemble and reassess certain prop- erty of the Montana Power Company, the Great Falls Power Company and the Thompson Falls Power Company, among which was that certain prop- erty described and referred to in the former notice of apportionment heretofore sent you. That pursuant to said writ of mandate , the said State Board of Equalization did reassemble and make an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate ; in- cluding the properties in yo- .r County hereinbefore referred to. You are , therefore , notified by this, that pursuant to said writ of mandate and the requirements cf Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of the State of Montana, that the record of th.e assessment of thereat Falls Power Company for the property hereinafter referred to and described shoul5. be AM-ENDED SO AS TO ADD thereto THE DIL`EaENcE BET`)EE1' THE VALTJE FORMERLY FOU TD by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting of September the 4th, 1919, of which you have here- tofore been advised t AND THE VALUE AS YOW FIXED BY THE STATE BOARD OF EQ,UALIZATI.O'_- at its meeting before herein referred to , held on 2 nth day of January, 1920 . The valuation now certified to you is as :follows: S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S.C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor • STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION • OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk • APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $938,961.86 of the Rainbow-Butte Tower Line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Falls Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Rainbow-Butte Tower Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the >assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Rainbow—Butte Tower Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $438,961.86 ' in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919. Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a swam meeting of the State Board of Equalization_of.Montana,.held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 the following assessment of the Rainbow—Butte Tower Line • belonging to and controlled by the Great Falls Power Company for e year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of WIonta under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of Mandate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Rainbow-Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 250,84 miles. The total value of the Rainbow-Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was Si t256054,21 ` The average value per mile of Rainbow-Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power • Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 5,010.98 • (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Rainbow-Butte Tower Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Rainbow—Butte Tower Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School Diet, # 1 7,18. $5,010.98 ' $35;978.84 -V 3 6.94 . 34;776.20 •✓ 5 7.72. 38, 684.77• 6 4.94 • 24,754.24• ✓ 9 8.22 - 41 ,190.26• 1"' 14, 14.40 • 72;158.11- ' 19 8.38- 41,992.01. v- 21 14.18 . 71,055.70. ✓ 22 1,96 - 9;821.52• 23 7.46 • 37,381.91. 27 6.22 . 31 X168.30 87.60 • $438,961.86 ' The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must ordcrturckzacamake assessment made by this Board on Sept.4,1919, and make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the xpar, 4919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization 11 is shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such'property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers • and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jeffersont County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson - County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. der ate Bo. ., .f Equalization. C r14 • hi f�l Hi 4 C� r , � a R 0 p STEWART, Chairman C. T. EWA , S S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secr$Tetary RT of $tats ecretary Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA v,❑' , ; qi►,1 II li ' { II{ .F' z HELENA, MONTANA, JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board February , 1920. J. J. RYAN, Clerk • To County Clerk and Recorder of JEFFERSON County, Montana. Dear Sir : • prior to the closing of your tax Looks for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization , upon one of its printed forms, forward- ed to you the apportionment for the purposes of State, County , 3uni- cipal , School, Road or other purposes of taxation of the total Qassesement amounting to $ 16,360.90of the East-Helenena-Josephine high power transmission line in your county as assessed against the peat Falls Power by the State Board of ual ' zat ion i for the year 1919, together with proper statements n connection therewith. You are now advised that thereafter the Supreme Court of the State of Montana issued a writ of mandate directed to the State Board of Equalization}.,.of the State of Fontana, directing and swgiaimk- ing requiring that they should •reassemble and reassess certain prop- erty of the Montana power Company, the Great Falls Power Company and the Thompson Falls Power Company , among which was that certain prop- erty described and referred to in the former notice of apportionment heretofore sent you. That pursuant to said writ of mandate', the said State Board of Equalization did reassemble and make an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate ; in- cluding the properties in yo s County hereinbefore referred to. You are , therefore , notified by this, that pursuant to said writ of mandate and the requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Lams of the Sixteenth Le isiative Assembly of the State of Montana, that the record of the assessment cf the Great Balls Power Company for the property hereinafter referred to and described should be A IDED SO AS TO ADD thereto THE DIrFEaE CE DET EE1T THE VAL'JE FoT'ITRLY POU_''D by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting of September the 4th, 1919 , of which you have here- tofore been ac vised e AID T7-T_J VALUE AS ITOW FIXED BY THE STA^L BOARD O: EQUALZATIO;- at its meeting before herein referred to , held on the 28th day- of January, 1920 . The valuation now certified to you io <s follows ; y4.-v4 STEWART.Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C.FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $21 1716.76 ' of the East Helena—Joeephflne Transmission Line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Fails Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the East Helena-Josephine Transmission Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the 'assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the East Helena—Josephine Transmission Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $21,716.76 ' in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jeffer son County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Great Palls Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a agsbaxmeeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 the following assessment of the tILVWCIDatatiointour East Helena—Josephine Transmission Line belonging to and controlled by the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of Maddate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920 . The total length of the East Helena—Josephine Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Great Pall a Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 53.99 miles. The total value of the East Helena—Josephine Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $223,757.23 The average value per mile of East Helena-Josephine Transmission Line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power { Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 4,144.42 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said East Helena—Josephine Transmission Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said East Helena-Josephine Transmission Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. I pool Dist. #13 3.59 $4,144.4$ $14,878.47 ' ' 43 1.65 6,838.29 I 5.24 . 121,7 16.76 . The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jeffer son County must inxbecxaboissezniie assessment made by this Board on Sept.4,1919, and make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the year 1919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same`officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Jerk to Board qualization. a � - "T4 C7 ; r C.� PC tri Pi Q g S. V. STEWART, Chairman C. T. STEWART, Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor egik STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA , ! o p ® 7 •WH'IlW II (� �I'I�� ��{i ( � ,ail-1-1 1Ii1 . `•yti� '`r"`°� s°° HELENA, MONTANA, "' ': February 20, 1920. JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board J. J. RYAN, Clerk To County Clerk and Recorder of JEF7E:1;10 County, Montana. • Dear Sir : Prior to the closing of your tax books for the year 1919 the State Board of Equalization , upon one of its printed forms, forward- ed to you the apportionment for the purposes of State, County, Muni- cipal, School , Road or other purposes of taxation of the total q„assess;' ent amounting to $ 5,04.O9'r of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission line in your county as assessed against the Great Falls Power the State Board .of Boualization for the year 1919, together with pToper stateMen s in connection therewith. You are now advised that thereafter the Supreme Court of the State of Montana issued a writ of mandate directed to the State Board of Equalization of the State of Montana, directing and a g xt- requiring that they should -reassemble and reassess certain prop- erty of the Montana Power Company, the Great Palls Power Company and the Thompson Falls Pbwer Company, among which was that certain prop- erty described and referred to in the former notice of apportionment heretofore sent you. That pursuant to said writ of mandate ; the said State Board of Equalization did reassemble and make an amended assessment of the properties referred to in the writ of mandate., in eluding the properties in yo_s County hereinbefore referred to. YoU are , therefore , notified by this, that ,pursuant to said writ of mandate and the requirements Chapters 4S and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Le6islative Assembly of the State of Montana, that the recorc. of the assessment cf the Great Pails Pow er Company for the property hereinafter referred to and described should be AMENDED SO AS TO ADD thereto THE DIrFEaE1c CE .JET +EE1T THE VALUE FORITRLY rOUI D by the State Board of Equalization in its meeting of September the 4th, 1919 , of which you have here- tofore been advised YED .L' VALUE AS 170W FIXED BY THE STA^L BOARD O EQUALIZATIO=: at its meeting before herein referred to , held on ' the 28th day o f January, 1920 , 'The valuation now cerrtifiec' to you is s .collows : S.V.,§TF, 1ART.Chairman C.T.STEWART.Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER ar Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $6,682.01 ' of the Piedmont Tap in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Falls Power Company • by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919. Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of. the Piedmont Tap in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed.value per mile and the total assessed value of the Piedmont Tap in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $6,682.01 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a DCZObgr meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 28th day of January, 1920 the following assessment of the P iedmontTp belonging to and controlled by the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919 was made by the State Board of Equalization of NI ontan launder and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. to comply with a writ of Mandate of the Supreme Court of Montana under date of January 14th, 1920. The total length of the Piedmont Tap belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 1.78 miles. The total value of the Plisdmont Tap belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $6,682.01 The average value per mile of Piedmont Tap belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power • Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 3,753.94 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Piedmont Tap is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Piedmont %ap in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. School Dist. #15 1.78 $3,753.94 $6,682.01 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. cancel the The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must xxkocosixxxsctocke assessment made by this Board on Sept. 4, 1919, and make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and. town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which for the a�ttear 1919 such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalizatio , , I.his shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. re.c4.,,,,,... • Cle tate Bq) of Equalization. 'c , 11 6- A Az r,n U c..,) ‘:"0 cis rri ,:i,„, ,..., tid o ,_. 0 et, Z tilV v v 1► S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Asa stant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $23,762,494 of the Main Line of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. 'Paul Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 19339 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Main Line of the Chicago, Milwaukee & $t. Paul Railway in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 023, 762, 494 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Main Line of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept. 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Main Line of' the Chica go, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway belonging to and controlled by the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of NI ontana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Main Line of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul H.ailway belonging and assessed to the Chicago, Milwaukee & St . Paul RailwayCompany in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 415.44 miles. Side' Track 139.91 The total value of the Main Line of the Chiago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway belonging and assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $23, 762,494 The average value per mile of the Main Line was $:55,335 Side Track 5, 533 belonging and assessed to the Chicago, Milwaukee & St . Paul Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 1, 534,381 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Main Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said 'vain Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE SCHOOL Miles Per Mile Miles Per.Mile DISTRICT No:---- 17 0.11 $ 55,335 0.00 $ 5, 533 $ 6,086 24 0.20 0.00 11,067 16 4.00 0.00 221,340 4 3.85 0.00 213,040 15 18.89 6.79 1 082.848 1 , 534,381 � 7 � X77 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. . The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- . orized authorities for other taxing districts in 3e f f er son County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment-at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson . . County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark , I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. • erk State rd of alization. IN CI.) . ,,_, Ci Fr N tiLilc U..7 wig j c J .. N (Ji. LLI ~" 'j (1) Unil10 y ,U S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Gerk • APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $38 ,743,432 of the Main Line of the Northern Pacific Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Main Line of the Northern Pacific $ail way in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Main Line of the Northern Pacific Railway Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $38, 743, 432 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Main Line of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept . 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Main Line of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging to and controlled by the Northern Pacif is Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Lain Line of the Northern rac if is Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 649.03 miles. Side Track 428.17 The total value of the 16ain Line of the Northern lac if is Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $38, 743,432 The average value per mile of Main Line was 06,000 Side irack 5, 600 belonging and assessed to the • Northern Pac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 103,3QQ'� (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said 1aGain Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said swain Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE SCHOOL Miles Per Mile Miles Per.Mile DISTRICT No: Jt . 43. 1.'61 $ 56,000 2,35 $ 5,600 $ 103,320 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within 3e f f er s on County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school,•road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 ss. County of Lewis and Clark J I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. erk S BozEqualization. l . CZe....4,v H8 CL pq Lt1 µ■ -1 - c, C:0 Ulig Xi A ZJ S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H.L.HARM' GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk • APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $4,226,768 of the Butte -branch of the Northern rac if is Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Butte Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per-mile and the total assessed value of the Butte Branch of the Northern Pacific Ra ilzy • • in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 44,226,768 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in J e f f e r son County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Butte leranch of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept . 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, • of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Butte Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging to and controlled by the Northern Pacific Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Butte branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 71 .79 miles. Side Track 36.88 " The total value of the Butte branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $4,226,768 The average value per mile of Butte branch of the Northern Pacific Railway was $56,000 Side Track 5, 600 belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 2,376,808 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Butte Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Butte Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:- MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE CITY of Miles Per Mile Miles Per Mile WHITEHALL : — 1.03 $ 56 ,000 4.02 $ 5, 600 $ 80 , 192 SCHOOL DISTRICT No: 17 0.16 $ 56,000 0.00 $ 5.600 $ 8 ,960 24 7.64 1.48 436,128 16 7.68 142 438,032 4 25,71 9.63 1, 493, 588 $ 2,376,808 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city'and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jeffer son County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, } ss. County of Lewis and Clark J I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Cle tate Crd of Equalization. - z OL q� 11 yy W Cl �N W 0 (Y r' 0 W . S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H.L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $1,341 ,104 of the Gaylord & Ruby Valley branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway ' Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Gaylord & Ruby .Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in Jeffer son County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jeffer son County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $1 ,341 ,104 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept . 15 , 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging to and controlled by the Northern Pacific Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 45.72 miles. Side Track 5.49 The total value of the Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $1 ,341 ,104 The average value per mile of Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch was $28,985 Side Track 2,898 belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 275,763 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Gaylord & Ruby Valley Branch in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE CITY of Miles Per Mile Miles Per Mile WHITEHALL: -- 0.23 $ 28 ,985 0.30 $ 2,898 $_ 7 , 536 SCHOOL DISTRICT No :---- 4 1.92 $ 28,985 1.40 $ 2,898 59,708 15 7.43 0.24 216,055 l / 5 275,763 u 3 5 / ' 7 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Lef f e r s o n County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. dlerrk e Boa of Equalization. Liz orwlC7 Q„ r— :J lanol (r) rulml x Ja 04'1�/r/l S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S. C.FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School,-Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $42,678 of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Rail way in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $42,678 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept. 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging to and controlled by the Northern Pacific Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern.Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pacific Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 16.0 6 miles. Double Track 1.37 " The total value of the Elkhorn Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern Pac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $42, 678 The average value per mile of Elkhorn Branch was $2, 635 Side Track 263 belonging and assessed to the Northern Pac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 42, 678 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Elkhorn Branch is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Elkhorn Branch in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE SCHOOL Miles Per Mile Miles Per Mile DISTRICT No :---- 7 6.36 $ 2, 635 0.72 $ 263 16,948 18 7 .03 0.48 18 , 638 12 2.67 0.22 7 .092 ----_ 42, 678 / � / 170/1_, • • • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns;school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. lerk a Botf Equalization. • S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART, Secretary S.C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $23,935 of the Bouldelr Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in 'Jefferson County, as assessed to the Northern kacific Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder Branch of the Northern Pacific Railway in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Je f f er son County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of t23,935 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Boulder branch of the Northern Pacific Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept . 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Boulder branch of the Northern Pacific Railway belonging to and controlled by the Northern rac if is Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Boulder Branch of the Northern lac if is Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern rac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 3.55 miles. side Ira.ck .82 The total value of the Boulder -1'ranch of the Northern r'acif is Railway belonging and assessed to the Northern i'ac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $23,935 The average value per mile of Boulder Branch was $6, 59 0 Side Track 659 belonging and assessed to the Northern rac if is Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ $23,9351/ (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Boulder Irappch is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Boulder Branch in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE Miles Per Mile Miles Per Mile CITY OF BOULDER :-- 0.58 $ 6, 590 0.52 $ 659 $ 4,165 SCHOOL DISTRICT • No : 7 3.55 $ 6,590 0.82, $ 659 $ 23,935 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 f- ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. a erk e Bo of Equalization. l . ch.) 7 � O • � N ( _u. -= J 1.1.1 , 3 3 • S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $15,893, 635 of the Havre to Butte Branch of the Great Northern Railway in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Northern Railway , Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Havre to Butte Branch of the Great Northern Railway in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Havre to Butte branch of the Great Northern Railway in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $15,893, 635 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Havre to Butte branch of the Great Northern Railway Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept . 15 , 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 29th day of August , 1919 the following assessment of the Havre to Butte Branch of the Great Northern itailway belonging to and controlled by the Great Northern Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. • The total length of the Havre to Butte branch of the Great Northern Railway belonging and assessed to the Great Northern Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 289.76 miles. Side Track 118.27 u The total value of the Havre to Butte Branch of the Great Northern Railway belonging and assessed to the Great Northern Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $15,893,635 The average value per mile of Havre to Butte -'ranch was $52,700 Side Track 5,270 belonging and assessed to the Great Northern Railway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 3,157,889 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Havre to Butte Branch is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Havre to Butte Branch in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Ref f e r s on County is as follows:— . MAIN LINE SIDE TRACKS No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE SCHOOL Miles Per Mile Miles Per Mile DISTRICT No : 13 0.92 $ 52,700 0.00 $ 5,270 $ 48 ,484 27 d 3.57 0.73 191,986 1 5.68 5.16 326,529 19 1.35 0.00 71.145 2 3.09 0.36 164,740 8 3.70 0.70 198, 679 3 3.20 1.22 176, 123 25 1.57 0.70 86,428 7 11.19 1.09 595,458 5 3.48 1.58 191,722 6 5. 11 0.94 274,252 14 7.64 1.64 411 ,270 21 7.44 5,50 421.073_�__�,_ $ 3 , 157 ,889 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within J e f f er son County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing.district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson ` County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 } ss. County of Lewis and Clark J I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. rk St oar Equalization. w y CZ Z c 1 LIZ c:5 v f�-t ^q Tam . z . 0 J S.V.TEWAoveRT.Chairman C.T.STEWART. Secretary S.C.FORD H.L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor • STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON.Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to 464,487 .50 of the high power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919. Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the high power transmission line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the high power transmission line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of c% 64,487.50 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Chicago , Milwaukee and-St. Paul AkAilway Company for the year 1919. • Helena, Montana, .September 15, 1919 . To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 6th day of September, 1919 the following assessment of the high power transmission line belonging to and controlled by the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the high power tr ansnii s-s ion li n e belonging and assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee and. St. Paul Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 348.31 miles. The total value of the high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $957 ,852.00 The average value per mile of the high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Chicago , Milwaukee and 6t. Paul 1ailway Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 2,750.00. (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said high power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. No . 17 .21 02 ,750.00 577.50 24 .25 687.50 16 4.10 11 ,2,75.00 4 3.94 10,835.00 15 14.95 41 ,112.50 Total in Jefferson County 23.45 02,750.00 064,487 .50 L • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jeffers on County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 t ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. • / Cl, ' ate Board f Equalization. T 1 a 0 i _ ci or :1; C:3'n N ) imial N 0 IL- y�6 6-LJ i'1 `4 e 11.10 z0 0 S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney Gemmel State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $8,490.82 of the pole lines, wire lines , keys, generators, switchboards, batteries, etc. , that constitute the single and continuous property throughout more than one county in Montana as determined by a prorate distri- bution per wire mile of this assessed value in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Western Union Telegraph Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919. Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the pole -lines, wire lines, keys, generators, switchboards, batter* ies, etc. , in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the pole lines, wire lines, keys, generatros , switchboards, batteries, etc. , in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $8,490.82 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Western Union Telegraph Company . for the year 1919. Helena, Montana, September 17, 1919. To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September , 1919, the following assessment zbakat and allocation of the pole lines, wire lines , keys, generators , switchboards, batteries, etc. , which constitute a single and continuous property Throughout more than one county in Montana belonging to and controlled by the Western Union Telegraph Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the wire mileage to be used as the base in allocat- ing, the total assessment of $750,146.42 as made by the State Board of Equalization of the pole lines , wire lines, keys , generators , switchboards, batteries, etc. , - _ belonging and assessed to the Western Union Telegraph Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 12,423.33 miles The total value of the pole lines, wire lines , keys, generators, switchboards, batteries, etc . , belonging and assessed to the Western Union Telegraph Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was $750,146.42. The average value per mile of the pole lines, wire lines , keys, generators, switchboards, batteries, etc. , allocated on a wire mileage basis and • belonging and assessed to the Western Union Telegraph * Exclusive 9,639.80 miles. - joint 2,783.53. r a • Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 68.00 and $34.00.* (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said pole lines , wire lines, keys, generators, switchboards , batteries, etc. , are SliCsituated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said pole lines, wire lines, keys, generators , switchboards, batteries, etc. , when allocated to Jefferson icimicBk celiac County is as follows:— N. P. R. R. Line No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. $roadwater County Line to Lewis & Clark County Line Exclusive 16.00 $68.00 41,088.00 a" Joint 3.20 34.00 108.80 Gallatin bounty Line to Silver Bow County Line Joint 89.26 34.00 3,034.84 td/ Alder Br. Jot. White- hall to Madison I County Line Joint 9.35 34.00 317.90 V G. N. R. R. line rewis & Clark County Line to Silver Bow County Line Exclusive 57.96 68.00 3,941.28 Total in 5 7r Jeffers on County / 7 $8,490.82 (Neither the Western Union Telegraph Company nor the State Board of Equalization is possessed of the data of wire mileage in the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County for 1919. The County Clerk and the Assessor together should compare the above wire mileage with corresponding railway mileage for 1919 and the allocation of the assessment of same property in 1918 and allocate above total of $8,490.82 to the several taxing districts wherein it is situated in Jefferson County. ) *Values per mile respectively of lines exclusively and jointly owned. The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jeffer son County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jeffersoft County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jeffers on County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jeffers on County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 j ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. 4 :17),,z:,..—.--1.--1..., Cl tate Boa Equalization. iw OJ 1-, ., 6•4 - x U� Lt_I U IMMO V i ›-, M W r3 1-1-1 � 14-1 O V :___ . • 6 3 d 6, ' -�� - .. 4 2 .,..._ . . , _, . :. .. . i ----- c5 -2 - _ .... . f It I q - - . :---'-'----' -,iii::=_i_i:.,... !2, - ' :--1::':--t-.. ---- 4 S .-r-- ,, 8 - 25 - t 6 _ 7,4) If q . --...7. - . -, 0.3_, /040 . 4_ ,.,,. 5 1 ........, 6 ._.. . ....., ,,, - -..-,--.:TL- .--J-_ ..... / - It / l'if * .f.-.. :.- ...Z tt -/ t Y 4 1-._:, ' .4,,,::„?/- )7 ,7io . / _ 6 . go v 1/ 6- / 17' -1 ___ it /( / 7 •14-/ .„...„, , -- -61 . ,-- ? II it ,� / ( � lo,q 32 Sr 6 / „... 494 I , e lit r . 0 Y if r f It ___ r, / �f W / 1 ! 3J V Q' 'Y1 j .. • S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H.L. HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON.Assistant to Board J.J.RYAN,Clerk • APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $157,094.67 of the rights of way, Central Office equipment , telephone instruments and apparatus, pole lines , aerial wire , underground cable, eta. , in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Mountain State 8 Tele phone and Telegraph . Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919. Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the rights of way, Central Office equipment, telephone ins tru- ments and apparatus, pole lines , aerial wire , underground cable, etc. , in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the rights of way, Central Office equipment, tel ephone instru- ments and apparatus, pole lines, aerial wire,. underground cable , etc. , in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $1579094.67 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been.assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Mountain states Telephone anti tiolegra ph - Company for the year 1919. Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the.State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 30th day of August 1919, the following assessment of the Itaxatu rights of way, Central Office equipment, telephone instruments and apparatus, pole lines, aerial wire , underground cable, eto. , belonging to and controlled by the Mountain S gates Tel ephone and Telegraph Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48,and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of - Montana. The total length of the wire, in cable and wire not in cable belonging and assessed to the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919, was 60,522.80 miles. and 34,665.02 miles respectively. The total value of the rights of way, Central Office equipment, telephone instruments and apparatus ; pole lines , aerial wire , underground cable, etc. , belonging and assessed to the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 , was $4,996,058.60. The average value per mile of wire in cable belonging and assessed to the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company in the State of Mont- ana and in Hefferson County was $31.00 per mile and the average value of wire not in cable belonging and assessed to the Mountain Sta tee Telephone and Telegraph Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 90.00 per mile . (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said rights of way, Central Office equipment , telephone instruments , and apparatus, pole lines, aerial wire , un$erground cable, etc. , is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said rights of way, Central Office equipment, telephone instruments and apparatus, pole lines, aerial wire, underground cable, etc. , as allocated on a wire mileage basis in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— =MI= aarallINAM No. of Av. Val. No. of Av. Val. TOTAL VALUE Miles Per Mile Miles Per,Mile Basin 2.61 $31.00 20.73 $9.0.00 $ 1,946.61 Boulder 53.91 31.00 61.08 90.00 7,168.41 Rural 121.36 90.00 10,922.40 Cardwell 13.69 90.00 1,232.10 (Helena ) Rural 1.07 90.00 96.30 Whitehall 7.05 31.00 21.77 90.00 2,177.85 Rural and Toll 1483.90 90.00 133.551.00 $157,094.67 (Neitherthe Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company nor the State Board of Equalization is in possession of data of these wire mileages in the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County. The County Clerk and the County Assessor together should compare the total mileage above with the 19E8 assessment of this Company and properly allocate the total of $157 ,094.67 to the several taxing subdivisions wherein it is situated in Jefferson County. ) The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All.of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jeffer son County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, l ss. County of Lewis and Clark � I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed.by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. C State : • rd of Equalization. es 4 O � III a tt� — O� Z ,, . ' , . • ./. 4 ..,',, • ' ..... . , • , ',Ii; . . . . • ' , '. }:", . 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RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $3,246.00 of the right to do a commercial telegraph business within the state o f Montana atnd of its contract to use the telegraph lines and other property belonging to and controlled by the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul railway Company in Montanain, the conductof such commericla tele- graph business. In Jefferson County, as assessed to the Continental Telegraph Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the right to do a commercial telegraph business within Mont :-n a and of its contract to use telegraph lines and ohter property. in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the right to do such a conercial tlegraph business and of said contract in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jeff ere on County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of $3,246.00 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Continental Telegraph Company for the year 1919 • Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held it their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the right to do a commercial telegraph business within the state of Montana and of its contract to use the telegraph lines and other property belonging to and controlled by the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway Company in Montana in the conduct of such commercial telegraph business belonging to and controlled by the Continental.. Telegraph Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of M ontana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the right to do such a c om::ere a l telegraph business and of said contract belonging and assessed to the Continental 'Telegraph Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 6609.23 miles. The total value of the right to do such a commercial telegraph business and of said contract belonging and assessed to the C out inent sl i e l ogre.;;h Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was ;; 99,435.45 The average value per mile of right to do a commercial telegraph business and of said contract. belonging and assessed to the Continental Telegraph Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 15.00 per mile (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said said. right to do a commercial telegraph business and of such oattract is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said right to do a conr_ercial telegraph business and of such contract in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. No.17 .88 $15.00. :113.20 2r 1. 60 " 24.00 16 32.00 Hu 480.00 4 30.80 " 462.00 15 151.12 " 2266.80 Total in County 03,246.00 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson on County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County'Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in 'offer, on County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected is the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, I. ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same it true sand-correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Cler e Board f Equalization. (In E-4 /IV ro- L11 *." - uz TIN( . U S.V.STE Q Chairman C.T. STSWA .secretary S. FORD H.L.HART GEO.P. PORTER �edefas State Attorney Geeeral State Treasurer State Auditor Competit STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $270,0 59.22 of the Canyon Perry-Butte high _,o-:;er transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Lout ana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Canyon Perry—Butte high power transmission line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Canyon Perry-Butte high power tr'nsm:_S :ion line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Je 1 fe rc on County, 'together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of .1;:270,059.22 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Montana Power rr . Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, 15s 1 TO THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, '�'i'j'• 1919 AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the C .ny @n Perry-Butte high 1Jo-';er transmission li }e belonging to and controlled by the hontana Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Canyon Ferry--5utte high ,dower transmission line • belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 127.96 miles. The total value of the Canyon Ferry—Butte high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the I�on�ana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was :;'.350,616.65 The average value per mile of Canyon terry-Butte high rower transmissiDn line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 2,740,05 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Canyon Ferry—Butte high power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Canyon Ferry—Butte high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. No. 1 11.58 4.31,729.76 2 8,88 24,331.63 7 26.92 73,762.12 8 8198 24, 605. 65 13 2.52 6,904.92 14 5.56 15,234.67 19 2.42 6,630.92 21 23.50 64,391.15 25 1.40 3,836.07 27 6.80 18,632.33 )8.56 ;270,059.22 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual. taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. ,Clerk State/Board of Equalization. • ® 1,1 Ac/r i� V LILO �le�✓ S.V.STEWART.Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S.C. FORD H.L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to #9,052.87 of the Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Montana Power. Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorala distribution of said total assessment of $9,052.87 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the q Montana Poorer Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, Sept. 15, 1919 AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the Porphyoy Dike high power trance mission line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 10.33 miles. The total value of the Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 010,712.05 The average value per mile of Porphyoy uike high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power • • Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 1,036.98 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Porphyoy Dike high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in 'Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. No. 3 3.07 01,036,98 t 3,183..54 8 19 197.03 9 5.47 5,672.30 8.73 09,052.87 • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jetf f e rs on County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts inje ffe rs on County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jeff r s on County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Clerk State Board of Equalization. fc. ..„ 111 / 4� G; 0 L.A.; I\ S 01112N4 (r) ' :;" • S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S. C. FORD H. L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON, Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $'29,792.05 of the Boulder-Keating high power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Montana Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder-Keating high power transmission, line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Boulder-Keating high power transmission line it Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 4'29, 792.05 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization-to- e----sash awn j, -.F. e-we�� Yf V11V�ii� i V YYQi Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, Sept. 15, 1919 AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the Boulder-Keating high power transmission line belonging to and controlled by the Montana power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Boulder—Keating high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 23.34 miles. The total value of the Boulder—Keating high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Po`aer Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 4141,193.51 The average value per mile of Boulder—Keating high power t ran smissi on line belonging and assessed to the Montana P owe r Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 1,764.93 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Boulder—Keating high power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Boulder—Keating high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. 12 1. 58 $2788.59 41.754.93 $2788.59 7 4.02 7095.02 18 4.89 8830.52 29 6.39 11277.92 16.881;29792.05 • • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jeffers on County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Je. 'fereon County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson Comity and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, } . ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. r' /"/ Clerk State Board of Equalization. C:°1 E--41 rend �ro a paissl a. • O" w xJ — cn U S.V.STEWART.Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S.C.FORD H. L.HART GEO.P.PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to X68,280.11 of the Madison—Butte high power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Mont.na Power • Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Madison—Butte high power transmission line . in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Madison—Butte high power transmission line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 68,280.11 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jas f f e rs on County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the _ Montana- _ Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, Sept. 15, 1919 AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, j1 of 'Madison County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the Madison-Butte high power tr:. ns- mission line belonging to and controlled by the Montana Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Madison—Butte high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Mont ana Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 58.9 9 miles. The total value of the Madison—Butte high power t ransmissio_! line belonging and assessed to the Mont'na Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was w 244,556.38 The average value per mile of Madison—Butte high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Montana Power Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 4,145.'73 (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Madison—Butte nigh power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Madison—Butte high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:—follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. 1o. 4 11.62 $4,145.73 $48,173.33 15 4.85 ' 20,106. '18 16.4768,280.11 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected iii the same manner, at the sane time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in _._______.this- office and the same is true and correct and that the o riginal thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. CState Boa of Equalization. w� cr o rattl oesel z � o S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T.STEWART,Secretary S.C. FORD H. L. HART GEO. P. PORTER •Governor Secretary of State Attorney Genera) State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN,Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, 'Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to $330,704.02 of the Rainbow-Butte rower line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Greu.t J?cells Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Rainbow—Buttte Tower Line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Rain uow—Butte Tower Line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 330,704.0 2 in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to-the Great Falls Power Company for the year 191:; Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, dept. lam, 1919 AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September 1919 the following assessment of the Rainbow—Butte Tower Line belonging to and controlled by the Great Palls Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Rainbow—Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Great Palls Tower Line Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 2 50.84 miles. The total value of the Rainbow—Butte Tower L ine belonging and assessed to the Gre.'t Palls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was ,i946,961.13 The average value per mile of Rainbow—Butte Tower Line belonging and assessed to the Great Palls Power • Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 3,775.16 per mile (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Rainbow–Butte To-er Line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Rainbow–Butte Tower Line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jeff r s on County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— S v ho o 1 District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. No. 1 7.18 43,775416 ; 27,105.65 6. 94 " 26,199. 61 5 7.72 " 29,144.24 6 44 " 18,649.29 9 8.22 " 31,031.82 14 14.40 " 54,363.3g 19 8.38 " 31,635.84 21 14.18 " 53,531.77 22 1.96 " 7,399.31 23 7.46 " 28,162. 69 27 6.22 23481. 50 — 330,704.02 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Je ff e r s on County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a`copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. • All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson- County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this afire and the same-is--true and-eorrcct and that the original thereof is signed by all The members of the State Board of Equalization. Clerk State Beard of Equalization. • i x 44 C7 o 0 jars (f-J W µ x7 z S.V.STEWART,Chairman C.T. STEWART,Secretary S.C. FORD H. L.HART GEO. P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON,Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to 016,360.90 of the East Helena-Josephine High power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Falls Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919 Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the East Helena—Josephine high power transmission line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the East Helens—Josephine high power transmission line in Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of 416,360.90 ' in Jefferson County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919 Helena, Montana, Sept. 15, 1919 To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 6thday of September 1919 the following assessment of the East Helena-Josephine high power transmission line belonging to and controlled by the Great Fills Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the East Helena-Josephine high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 53.99 miles. The total value of the East Helena-Josephine high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 4168,573.51 The average value per mile of East Helena-Josephine high power trans- mission line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 3,122.31 per mile (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said East Aelena-Josephine high power transmission line is situated and operated. - The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said East Helena-Josephine high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jefferson County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. NV. "1i3 3.59 $3,1$•81 $11,309.09 43 1.65 " 5,151.81 ;16,36 .90 • • The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson on County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Je ff a rs on County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other Iegislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jefferson County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within arfferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, 1 } ss. County of Lewis and Clark J I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. Clerk State-Board of Equalization. rojo / y LU ►1-4 j ` ) Tiloo X S.V.STEWART.Chairman C.T.STEWART,'Secretary S.C. FORD H. L. HART GEO.P. PORTER Governor Secretary of State Attorney General State Treasurer State Auditor STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF MONTANA JOHN EDGERTON.Assistant to Board J.J. RYAN, Clerk APPORTIONMENT, for the purposes of State, County, Municipal, School, Road or other taxation, of the total assessment, amounting to 45,034.09 of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission line in Jefferson County, as assessed to the Great Falls Power Company by the State Board of Equalization for the year 1919. Also STATEMENT showing the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission line in the State of Montana, and the length in miles, the assessed value per mile and the total assessed value of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission line In Jefferson County, and in the cities, towns, school and road districts within Jefferson County, together with a prorata distribution of said total assessment of • 435,034.0 9 in Jeffers on County to each of the legal subdivisions in Jefferson County, as such has been assessed and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization to the Great Falls Power Company for the year 1919. Helena, Montana, To THE COUNTY CLERK AND RECORDER, September 15th, 1919. AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, of Jefferson County. Please take notice that at a regular meeting of the State Board of Equalization of Montana, held in their office in the ,State Capitol in the City of Helena on the 4th day of September, 1919, the following assessment of the Piedmont Tap high power trans- mission line belonging to and controlled by the Great Falls Power Company was made by the State Board of Equalization of Montana under and by virtue of the provisions and requirements of Chapters 48 and 49 of the Session Laws of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly of Montana. The total length of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 was 1.78 miles. The total value of the Piedmont Tap high power transmissi on line belonging and assessed to the Great Falls Power Company in the State of Montana on the first Monday in March, 1919 wasniXIA.X $5,034.09. The average value per mile of the Piedmont Tap high power transmission ' belonging and assessed to the Great Fails Power Company in the State of Montana and in Jefferson County was $ 2,828.14 per mile . (This valuation per mile is the same valuation per mile as assessed to said property and owner by the State Board of Equalization in each and every county in Montana in and through which said Piedmont Tap high power transmission line is situated and operated. The apportionment of said mileage, the average value per mile and the total value of said Piedmont Tap high power transmission line in each of the legal subdivisions of Jefferson County and in Jeff a re on County is as follows:— School District No. of Miles. Av. Val. per Mile. Total Value. 15 1.78 42,828.14 $5,034.09 The County Clerk and Recorder of Jefferson County must enter this statement on the assessment roll or book of Jefferson County and the amount of the assessment appor- tioned to the county in the column of the assessment roll or book which shows the total value of all prop- erty for taxation in the County. The Board of County Commissioners of Jefferson County must make and cause to be entered in the proper record book an order stating and declaring the length of the above property within Jefferson County; the assessed value per mile; the total assessed valuation within Jefferson County; the number of miles and the assessed value in each incorporated city and town, and in each school; road or other taxing district in Jefferson County through which such property extends as fixed by the State Board of Equalization. This shall constitute the assessment value of such property for taxation purposes in such cities, towns, school, road and other taxing districts. The County Clerk must transmit a copy of said order to the city or town council, trustees or other legislative body of each incorporated city and town, to the trustees of each school district and to the auth- orized authorities for other taxing districts in Jeffers on County through which such property extends. All of the above property is taxable upon said assessment at the same rate, by the same officers and for the same purposes as the property of individual taxpayers within Jefferson County and within the respective cities, towns, school, road or other taxing districts in Jefferson County and such taxes must be collected in the same manner, at the same time and by the same officers as other taxes are collected. Respectfully submitted, STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County of Lewis and Clark I do hereby certify that the foregoing statement for the year 1919 was ascertained, determined and apportioned by the State Board of Equalization and that the same and all thereof is of record in this office and the same is true and correct and that the original thereof is signed by all the members of the State Board of Equalization. E ( . clerit State Rgard of Equalization. lagul O � Cr:' O CL immo ilottL • g