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ANNUAL: 1915 ANNUAL REPORTJan. 4th, 1915 H.S. Magraw, State Examiner, Helena, Montana, Dear Sir: I herewith return my Annual Report corrected and completed to the best of my ability. I freely submit my shortcomings as an accountant and regret that I did not get out a better report but think I can do better another year when things are more familiar. Under No. 106 Licenses I have segrated the Liquor and Pool and Billilard, these being the only ones collected. Under No. 141 Miscellaneous Revenue and placed it under No. 140 offsets to Outlay. In regard to Table X will freely admit that I do not understand what is wanted but I do know that the annual interest on our bonds amounts to less than $2500.00 and we have over $4000.00 in the sinking fund and I cannot see whre there is any inadequacy. I have not notified the Board of any condition existing in this regard and I see no occasion for notification. I have specified numbers 122 and 126, Table 111, and 306 Table IV. I have closed taxes collected for 1899, County portion into Revenue Accumulations and T. & A. Portion Reserves. In regard to Treasurers Financial Stationery Road That is the end of this letter no other page was found. ANNUAL: 1915 ANNUAL REPORT MONTANA County Clerk's Annual Report TO � A STATE EXAMINEYt l .. Fiscal Fear Endiin� �< County Of N � a /// y r Recei4e`d J' Checked by PREPARED BY STATE EXAMINER'S OFFICE I�NNNNtl�INMlNM�M fA. ' ' N4iM.NONRY : MONTANA . . County Clerk's Annual Report TO STATE EXAMINER ii Fiscal Year F nis ✓� �/ �. �/lz j r " County of i U Received I� Checked by ii PREPARED BY STATE EXAMINER'S OFFICE ii it i Office of State Examiner, Helena ti To the County Clerk and Recorder:' This form has been adopted by the State Examiner as the form to be used by you in making your annual report to this office, and supersedes the form heretofore used. The schedules, classifications and other details of this report conform to the system of accounting pre- scribed for your office, effective December 1, 1913. Before making any entries, please read the same I' through carefully and familiarize yourself with its requirements and the special instructions. This office desires to co-operate with you in order that a complete and accurate report may be se- !' cured, as one of its chief values lies in the means it will afford for comparison with other counties, and hereafter, in comparing your own experience, one year with another. j If any further information is desired, please write us. H. S. MAGRAW, State Examiner. i GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS " After the business for the year has been properly entered on the books, the books should be closed; that 18, the operating accounts for the fiscal year, such as expense, interest, revenue accounts, cancelled warrants, error account, if any, j et cetera, will be closed into Revenue Accumulations account, as explained on page 33 of the pamphlet of instructions here- - tofore sent yon. All ledger accounts should then be ruled up, and balances, if any, brought down. The totals of many of these accounts will be the figures required to be shown in your annual report. , 1. The Revenue-Taxes credited to Revenue Accumulations will be the amount in the general ledger account, "Revenue Taxes," on November 30, after the account has been adjusted by charging or crediting deductions or additions to the tax roll, and crediting the penalty on the delinquent roll. Detailed instructions Ior the handling of these tax accounts are given on page 34 of said pamphlet. c 2. An extraordinary gain or -loss is any unusual transaction or unforseen calamity resulting_in a profit or loss. For instance, an extraordinary gain mlgut accrue through the sale of some asset, such as apiece of county real estate, at considerably more than the book value, the excess being credited to Revenue Accumulations. An extraordinary loss would be such as would occur through the destruction of a bridge by flood, an uninsured building by fire, and the like. �.. 3. Do not include transfers in the tables of trust and agency receipts and payments. Transfers are to be reported !. under Nominal Receipts and Payments. 4. In the column headed, "Sinking Fund Requirements,' (Table %) show the amount that should be in the bond or sinking fund to meet the requirements of Section 2912 of the Code. In view of the fact that no provision is made for the investment of the bond or sinking fund, a simple rule for ascertaining this amount is to divide the tothl amount of the !. series by the number of years the series is to ran and multiply this result by the number of years the series has been out- standing. - IY the bonds are optional and a portion of them have been redeemed, deduct the amount of the redemptions from ! - the amount ascertained as above. - �. 6. DEPRECIATION RESERVE. An amount should be credited to this account each year, sufficient to cover the loss sua-- tained by depreciation of assets during the year. For the present, depreciation will be figured on three kinds of assets, namely,. bridges, furniture and fixtures, and tools and machinery, as it is believed that the appreciation of real estate values will offset the depreciation on buildings, et cetera. Estimate your depreciation as follows: Steel bridges, 3%; wood bridges, 7%; tools and machinery, 20%; wooden furniture and fixtures, ?%; steel furniture and fixtures, 2%; office appli- ances, 10%. As bridges and furniture and fixtures are not carried on the books in separate Iclames, it will be necessary !' to make a fair average, and the above figures are given as the basis. when the depreciation is ascertained, debit Revenue Accumulations (Surplus) account, and credit Reserve for Depreciation, by means of a journal entry. I I" List of Officers and General Information LASS OF COUNTY (Q YEAR O//R/GG�ANIZED IVE AMOUNT OF UNPAID CLAIMS ON FILE AT CLOSE OF FISCAL YEAR $J.JJI.�.�G..f ,F IVE AMOUNT OF ACCRUED AND UNPAID INTEREST ON BONDS AT CLOSE OF FISCAL YEAR$...... :....... i....,.... �' EMARKS: - li I it �.1 i li j� l �I ii u I Annual 'Perm 1�OMLIIR410NRRF Annual Ter.. 01"F1C1:1F Salary FspIrM Salary 1 ,puo+ p 'reaeurer jerk and Recorder.,! G _ 191 '� -.- �.+- 'r t � 7(1 - 191 ( lJ 71erk of Court 4 ,_ .. 01 'r -vt' ;/ {-, -14J 1'1�/ j .uditor // L. - 191 J t' lheriff 191 /j lounty AStorneY `/ ./ L'-'E f1` v ° ^ 191 191 lountY SmperinteIr dent '.� s �„z Q 4,rC 1917 ,. 191 1 _ 191� 191 ' IurveYor ""(,'. � t1f �1.±?./� 191 f' 191 J-ro..r 'ubllc Administrator t, ti ,° : 191 l n ii it li li —2— List of Officers and General Information LASS OF COUNTY - �f^,{ !f YEAR O/RIANII/ZED IVE AMOUNT OF UNPAID CLAIMS ON FILE AT CLOSE OF FISCAL YEAR ,IVE AMOUNT OF ACCRUED AND UNPAID INTEREST ON BONDS AT CLOSE OF FISCAL YEAR $.........r.: :EMARKS: j i i Ammul Term Annual 'lbrm i OFFICI{RS 9elary Expire. COMWSSIONRRS Sntnrq L>Dnox �i lark end Recorder 191 '7 [.Ga-- '`"L`f G�- .. 191 7 ;lerk of Court f „ ! t' 'f; _ 181 Luditor 191 191 I ., L,, ,j G - 1917 herl[f V f r ��t y' ' ` - ...L� F� G ., .. .. / " l bunty Atltornev ✓� '' �a Bl4aO 1917 - 191 Jounty Superintdddent/ �'.r° 5:r „.:; .. ��Q e.00 19117 _ .: 191 iseessor \' 1 f ; f i Pw'/{x" _ 1 5 E C e 1 191 191 Imwayor �C f,e.0. A!I y lsl .. ., lsl �� 191 �' 191 ?ubllc Administrator �`rBw'., t, �R �:. -j:/fi� 191 i i k —2— TABLE 1 Summary of Resources and Liabilities RESOURCES Details Totals LIABILITIES Details Total, 1 I. CURRENT ASSETS: 1, CURRENT LIABILITIES: 2 _ a. Warrants Outstanding i C 1 3 a. Cash �'1 �.,�,? I (Table VI, Page 17) ! 4 (Table V, Page 17) � ; I b. Undistributed Per- 5 b. Petty Ceah ". � � � � sonat fazes ; 6 c. Taxes Receivable r ! 7 (Table VII, Page 18) i _ i d. .' 8 d. Live Stock i e. , 9 e. Tools and Machinery I 3V0��o 10 f. Stores g. 11 g. Land by Tax Deed - i� h. ! - 12 h. I. 13 L II 14 1. i X111. RESERVES: �- 15 k. I i h J. Reserve for Uncut- 1G 1. 1 II lectible and Erroneous 17 taxes �- 18 H. FIXED ASSETS: ttt q k. Reserve for Depreciation, tJigyG y�;; 19 . ii (Table XI, Page 20) Y I 20 M. Lands and ,Buildings Jo �Q,9QY 1. 21 (Table VIII, Page 18) 22 n. Furniture and Fixtures 23 (Table .III, Page 18) } i'i.Ill. FIXED LIABILITIES: p f f 24 o. Roads d 6 -3(p_Q n.. Bonds Outstand- 25 P. Bridges f�J j'S v/ l 1ng (Table X, Page 20) 26 (Table IX, Page 19) o. q. Ferries ., ! �! B. 29 r. i 4 III _ ' 30 t 32 V. �IV. REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS: a 33 w. a. Balance at beginning 34 x. - I of fiscal year 35 y. Increase-HS¢tenee i (((79 53i58y9b� �:� � 36 s. _ I During Year. 37 !, (Table II, :Page 4) i 40 � .. I 42 43 TOTAI. COUNTY ASSETS �� iTOTAL COUNTY LIABILITIES TABLE n - Revenue Accumulations-(Surplus) Account - Detail Total 1 Balance Revenue Accumulations at Beginning of Fiscal Year -OC /"/ �p / 7 /'�'T If ✓. 2 I 3 CREDITS TO REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS DURING YEAR: 4 a. Revenue Taxes (Authorized): b Total Amount of Tax Roll (County Portion), 6 Plus 10% Penalty on Delinquent Tax Roll 7 i 8 Less Amount Credited to Reserve for Uncollectible and , 9 Erroneous Taxes (Note I, Page 1.) i 10 ) 11 b. Miscellaneous County Revenue Collected, 12 (See Table III, For Detail) 1 13 e. Amount of County Warrants Cancelled During Year 14 16 d. Extraordinary Gains (Note 2, Page 1.) 18 % 17 e. Error Account I 18 f. j 19 20 e. 21 Total 1 t as pp 23 CHARGES AGAINST REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS DURING YEAR: - E 24 26 h. County Expense (See Table IV for Detail) ' 26 27 f. County Interest Paid (See Table N for Detail) j 28 29 J. Depreciation Charges (Table XL) 31 k. Extraordinary Losses (Note 2, Page 1) 4 83 L Error Account I F 84 q 86 n. - - 37 Q 89 Balance Revenue Accumulations End of Year ( . REMARKS Explanation of Any Extraordinary Item Credited or Charged —4— TABLE III Receipts, Classified by Source ` b GENERAL REVENUE Detail �I Total 1 101. Receipts from Taxes (County Portion Only) /I a. Current Taxes. (Report Undistributed Personal . /V Ij` Lf 3 J a 3 Taxes Under Nominal Receipts) �' ? 4 b. Delinquent Taxes (Original Levy) Q s 5 c. Penalty on Delinquent Taxes 6 d. Interest, Publication and Fees on Delinquent Tax t//� UPI "•ci / 7 Colleebon and Sales B e. Special Road yi�0: � 9 L Special Poor - / ng o 10 102. Fees and Charges (For County Fonda) 11 a. Clerk and Recorder 12 b. Sheriff IY3 7r 13 0. Clerk of Court - 14 d. Treasurer (tj 15 e. Justices 16 f, 17 g. 18 103. Licenses and Permits (County Portion Only) 19 a. Liquor II��7j rp /S Jr' 20 b. Cigarettes - 21 c. Pool and Billiard 22 d. Peddlers. 4Z 23» e. Public Utilities 24 f. Miscellaneous ��8 5 25 104. Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties (For County Funds Only j i 26 ¢. District Court 27 b, Justices' Courts 28 c. Contract Penalties - gg 29 d. 12 30 105. Gifts and Grants (For County Funds Only) 31 a Forest Reserve Apportionment e 32 b. Gifts from Individuals 34 d. 35 106. All Other General Revenue - I' 37 b. 38 39 COMMERCIAL REVENUE 40 107. Interest (County Portion Only) 41 a, On General Deposits 42 b. On Sinking Funds 43 '44 45 103. 46 47 109, 48 49 , 510 Amount Carried Forward to Page 7 " _6� TABLE IV Payments,.Classified by Purpose , REFUNDS Detail Total 1 FROM REVENUE I' 2 101. Tax Roll Refunds. (Report Undistributed Personal I `' i 3 Taxes Under Nominal Payments) 4 a Original Levy and Penalty 5 102. Other Refunds 6 a. Special Poor 7 b. Special Road -8 a. 9 J d. io 35� 10 EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL 11 GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL 12 201. County Commissioners 13' a. Salaries and Per Diem 14 b. Mllehge and Traveling Expenses is c. Printing Proceedings � I�Z 8'.-1/0 16 d. Other Expense �v/ �� 'Jle 17 202. Clerk and Recorder } I' 18 a. Salaries 19 b. Printing, Postage, Stationery ` it 20 - c. Legal Publications ' 21 d. Other Expense 22 203. Treasurer 23 a. Salaries 24 b. Printing, Postage. Stationery 25 a Legal Publications iLQ 6� 26 d. Other Expense �� i 27 204. Auditor - 28 a Salaries E 29 b. Printing, Postage, Stationery " t 30 c. Other. Expense 31 205. State Examiner's Fees �aJ.QQ 22 206. Assessor q /� 3j a. Salaries 84 b. Printing, Postage and Stationery y�41/ 36 c. Traveling Expense Be d. Other Expense �r!")'. f� 37 207. County Surveyor 1 � 38 a. Salaries and Wages a i 39 b. Traveling Expense _ � �/h+i ✓�; j , 40 a Printing, Postage and Stationery r 41 d. Other Expense 7 �'. t.✓ J�~"Z'Q 42 208. District Court 43 a. Salarles, Clerk and Deputies 44 b. Salaries, Stenographers 96 c. Salaries, Bailiffs and Attendants 46 d. Witnesses R� /� 47 ... e. ,7usvre `ft'J/ 61i(f"? 13 , ,7 7 ! i 48 f. Posting Notices d 49 g. Printing, Postage and Stationery " 50 h. Other Expense Amount Carried Forward to Page —6— rAULE III—Cont. Receipts, Classified by Source DEPARTMENTAL Uetsil Total 1 GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL—Amount Brought Forward From Page 5 2 110. County Commissioners I 3 a. 4 D. 5. 111. Clerk and Recorder 7 b. S 112. Treasurer ,. 9 a. .0 b. 1 113. Auditor 2 a. It 3 b. 4 1.14. Assessor. .5 a. 6 b. 7 115. Surveyor S a. .. .. 9 b. 0 116. Distric Court i a. 114. Sheriff '+ 4 a. 5 b. .. 6 115. Comity Attorney - ff 7 5 b. i 119. Justices' Courts - 1 a, l b. 7 120. Coroner 3 a. i b. .. i 121. County Building i a. Rents ' b ' l 122: Eiectio b. �`1K//�3'E� .,y G`"+'r�`l'_i £.0 f i'.,.: 2i•"72� + .1`�` J I '' F'; - 123. Weights and Measures _ a. b. 1 mount Carried Forward to Page 9 TABLE IV—Cant. Payments, Classified by Purpose EXPENSEDEPARTMENTAL Detail Te`ndl{ 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page G 2 General Governmental 8 209. Sheriff ¢ a. 8alarlea and Wages (Including Special Deputies and Posses) 6 b. Dflleage and 7Taveling Expenses (Sec Charities and ,•9 j�( t�`.i 6 Corrections) - / r 7 a Printing, Postage and Stationery 8 d. Other Expense 9 210. County Attorney 10 a. Salaries Attorney and Assistants ^ I 11 b. Stenographer _ c�✓ it 1 l�• 12 c. Special Counsel 3,3 d. Printing. Postage and Stationery 14 e. Other Expense 1V 76 7 15 211. Justices' Courts .. / 16 a. Justices' Fees and Salaries 17 b. Constable Fees and Salary is c. *Witnesses 19 d. Jurors 20 e. Printing, Postage and Stationery 21. f. Other Expense i 22 212. Coroner _ 28 a. Salaries and Fees %A.A i 24 b. Traveling Expense i/i v 0�; 25 c. Witnesses - ., 26 d. Jurors 27 - e. Stenographer ` �I 28 f. Printing, Postage and Stationery �p 29 g. Other Expense 30 213. County Building 31 a. Salaries Janitors - ;L UQ ,-�-Q I 32 b.. Light, Heat, Water 433 a Repairs Building and Equipment 34 d. -Rent for Offices Used by County Officials j 35 e. Insurance - - � �'✓ '✓- { . 86 f. Supplies (Such as Swap and Toilet Articles, Ice -d 37 Janitor's Supplies) .� SS g. Telephones 89 h Other Expense 40 214. Elections 41 a. Registration Supplies and Expense 42 b. Judges and Clerkst//% 43 c. Printing and Stationery $(r, 94 d. Rent .1 � 45 e. Postage, DraYage, Expreas 46 L Legal Publications I/ 0 la U 47 g. Other Expense { 48 215. Weights and Measures 49 & Salaries and Wages f;J�. Q 50 b. Other Expense Amount Carried Forward to Page 10 --3— 3LE III—Cant, Receipts, Classified by Source DEPARTMENTAL Detall Total Amount Brought Forward From Page 7 - 6"4� 1 0 Health Conservation and Sanitation 124. Bos.rd of Health a b. 125. County Hospital . a. Care Patients ., b. Highways, Bridges and Ferries 126. Highways a b. 127. Bridges a b. 126. Ferries a. lolls b. Charities and Corrections 129. Poor Farm a. Collections for Care Inmates n. Sale of Produce C. Rent d. .. .. e. 130. Care Poor Contract Price - a. Collection for Care of Poor b. Refunds - f { i I Amount Carried Forward to Page 11 t TABLE W—Cent. Payments, Classified by Purpose EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL Deest) Total/ n �1 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 8 2 Health Conservation and Sanitation L• 111 8 216. Board of Health 4. a. Salary of Secretary . 5 b. Other Salaries and Wages 6 c. Fumigation and Sanitation Supplies 7T V,• 7 d. Vital Statistics 31# /5' 8 e. Printing, Postage and Stationery 9 f. Other Expense 30 217. County Hospital .. 11 a. Salaries and Wages ;. 12 b. Light, Heat, Water .. 13 c. Repairs and Insurance 14 d. Drugs and Supplies 15 e. Other Expense 16 17 217 y¢. Compensation Owners Slaughtered Stock ,. 18 _19 ,. 20 Highways, Bridges, Ferrles 21 219. Hlghways 22 a. Inspection and Viewing _ 23 b. Engineering Expense 24 c. Supervisors and Foremen 25 d. Labor and Teems - 2,�7�11 e3': �® 26 e. Tool Repairs and Replacements ray S�J/Q 27 f. Material ., -2 , Q,tOh7 28 g• Contract Price, Repairs 29 h. Other Expense t 30 219. Bridges 31 a. Inspection and Viewing 32 b. Engineering Expense , 33 c. Supervisors and Foremen 34 d. Labor and Teams. 35 e. Tool Repairs and Replacements 36 f. Material r 37 - g.' Contract Price, Repairs .. .. C 38 h Other Expense 39 220. Ferries 40 Charities and Corrections 41 221. County Poor Farm 42 a. Salaries and Wages I 43. b. Light, Beat, Water i�q'✓t (���'/f�}•'� 44 c. Repairs and Insurance Buildings t 45 d. Repairs, Toole and Machinery 46 e. Burial Expense 47 L Supplies 48 g. Other Expense 49. 222. Care Poor Contract Price 1 y Amount Carried Forward to Page 12 JL- -10— TABLE III—Cont. Receipts, Classified by Source DEPARTMENTAL. Detail 1 Amount Brought Forwrad From Page 9 2 Charities and Corrections VVV IeAA�. 3 131. Outside Poor' 4 a Collection for Care Poor 5 b. Refunds 6 c .. 7 132, County Physician 8 a. .. 0 b. .. .. 10 133. Care of Insane 11 a. Refunds 12 b. .. .. 13. 134. Care Patients in State Tuberculosis Sanitarium 14 a. Collections for Care Inmates 15 b. ., .. 16 135. Care Inmates Home for Deaf and Blind - 17 a. Collections for Care Inmates 18 b. 10 136. Care Inmates Other State and Private Institutions 20 a. Collections for Care 21 h b. 22 137. Care Delinquent and Dependent Children 23 a. 24 b. .. 25 138. Care Prisoners 26 a. .Board Federal Prisoners 27 b. Board Prisoners for Other Counties 28 a _ .. .. . 29 d. .. ., 30 31 3 33 34 35 - .. 36 .. 37 39 .. 40 .. ., 41 ., .. 12 .. .. 43 .. .. 14 .. ./ 15 .. .. 16 17 .. .. 19 U Amount Carried Forward to Page 13. {G'' 4 TABLE W—Cunt. Payments. Classified by Purpose s-. EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL Detall Total 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 10 2 Charities and Corrections - t 2 223. Outside Poor 4 a. Supplies, Bent and Care 5. b. Burial Expense 5 0. Other Expense 7 224. Care Poor in Outside Institutions - - - - g. a. Board and Care - 1 SID 0 J /300 g b. Other Expense ���� M 225. County Physician 1 a Salaries L![ 2 b.. Traveling Expense 3 c. Other Expense G 4 226. Care of Inane ;11 5 - a.. Conveyance by Sheriff g b. Other Expense 4 pi 7 227. Care Patients In State 'l'nbercntosls Sanitarinin - 4 r 8 a, Board of Patients - 9 - b. Other Expense 0 228. Care Inmates Home for Deaf and Blind - ✓} - 1 a- Board and Clothing 7-fJ N 2 b. Other' Expense ' 3 229. Care Inmates Other Stale and Private [nstltntinns .. .. E 4 a. Conveyance by Sheriff - R 5 b. Board and Care .. 6 c. Other Expense 7 230. Care of Delinquent and Dependent Children i 8 a. Probation Officer 9 b. Bureau Child and Animal Protection Expense 0 231. Care of Prisoners 1 a. Salary of Jailor and Attendants 2 b. Board of Prisoners - � it 34 c. Light. Heat, Water, for Jail 4 d. Repairs Jail 5 e. Supplies Jail 2 6 - f. Supplies 6-/for Prisoners .. f ��3 3.. ! / Go y 7 g. Ce.re Prisoners Other Jails .. a,t 8 b. Counsel Defending Prisoners. .. 91-Z�l 9 1. Other Expenee '�^ice. I 3 I 9 6 6 1 :7 I � 7 6 i 9. A 4m0unt Carried Forward to Page 14 f �5 ,eLE 111—Cont. Receipts, Classified by Source DEPARTMENTAL F. Detail Total 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 11 , 2 Education 3 130. County Superintendent 4 a- Institute Earnings 5 b. Examinations i 1 6 C. 2Qaa 140. County High Schools„ 8 a. Tuition Outside Pupils 9 b. 10 11 Unclassified 12 141. d✓;.aC �N ' i'`K t Jf f°d•Gstt (f 7: . 13 142. 14 143. .. .. 15 144. 16 7/ .Qt� 17 RECEIPTS FROM COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS i 19 eontls 10 201. Principal 1 20 202. Premium .. 21 203. Accrued Interest 22 204. 24 205. i 25 Other Debt 26 206. 27 207. i 29 NOMINAL RECEIPTS 29 Sinking Funds, Received From, For Payment Of ., .. 30 301. Bonds .. j 31 303. Other Debt .. .. 32 investments .. 33 303. Sinking Fund Securities Sold ,. .. 34 304. 35 Transfers ., 36 305. Between County Funds 8 pap . 37 306. Between Trust & Agency Funds 39 0 yz 3; 38 Miscellaneous: / / �t '`/p1 39 307. Undistributed Personal Taxes 3O.J/ ,. 40 305. Petty Cash Fund 41 42 43 44 45 .. 46 47 4S .. .. 49 t 50 Amount Canie.d Forward to Page 15 {�, TABLE IV—Cont. Payments, Classified by Purpose EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL Decull Total 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 12 2 Education - - - -.3. 232. County Superintendent .. 4 a. Salaries .. 6 b. Traveling Expense rJ f j; i s 6 C. Printing, Postage :md Sta[innciy •� ,//q+Q � � 7 d. Examinations .. J 8 e. Institute Expense - hl 9 f. Other Expense _10 233. County High School f _11 a. Salaries, Principals and 'leachers .. 5 12 b. Other Salaries and Wages ,. 1 ,)T4w J/ + 13. o. Text Books _14 d. Light, Fuel and Water .. aJ G`j Gd! ✓ -: 11 16 ¢. Repairs Building and Equipment 17 g. Other Expense 'rr, Q��'� L07� 18 Unclasalfled _19 284. County, State, Other Fairs 20 235. DalVages end Judgments 21 !7� r a 22 23742—tt`l,r s?f�.. ' y 23 238. ifli.�. F` .}.(( .tr'.�d' 9 g,4 ., 3 q�G:/0 o 24 � PAYMENTS ON COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS L 26 Interest 26 301. On Bonds 27 302. On Warrants .. N 28 $03. - - 29 Principal 80 . 304. Bonds 31 305. - R 82 Qi 33 306. Other Debt 3}! d 34 NOMINATION PAYMENTS .. i 36 Sinking Funds, Payments To - .. 36 401. From Revenue 87 402: From Other Sources .. 88 Investments 39 403. Sinking Fund Securities Purchased .. 40 404. 41 Transfers - 42 906. Between County Funds � t}^-��% j�;i�1t°',1., y 42 906. Between Trust and Agency Funds 4 ' 44 Miscellaneous 46 407. Undistributed Personal Taxes Q, 46 408. Petty Cash Fund. 47 - 49 49 s Amount Carried Forward to Page 16 , t I TABLE In—Cunt. Receipts, Classified by Source OFFSETS TO OUTLAY i Detall Total 1 Amount Carried Forward From Page 13 2 General Governmental 3 401, County Building and Grounds' " 4 402, County Building, Furniture and Fixtures -'" •� f 5 Health Conservation and Sanitation i 6 03. Hospital and Grounds 4 - 7 404 Hospital Furniture and Fixtures - 8 Highways, Bridge& and Ferries 9 405. Ronda i 10 406. Bridges I t It 407. Ferries 12 408. Toole and Machinery •bC °•� 12 Charities and Corrections { 14 409. Poor Farm Land and Buildings i 15 410, Poor Farm Furniture and Fixtures - 16 411. Live Stock i j 15 412. County Jail and Grounds {. 18 413. Jail Furniture and Fixtures j } 19 414. i i 20 Education 21 41 5. County High School ' ' 21- 416. County High School Furniture and Fixtures - 23 Miscellaneous 24 417, Stores Sold ' 25 418. 26 TRUST AND AGENCY RECEIPTS (SEE NOTE 3, PAGE 1) - 27 501, State 28 602. Cities and Towns 29. W. General School Fund _ 30 504. District School Funds 31 605, Irrigation Districts - 32 606. Estates 33 507. Redemption t 34 508. Coroper 35 509. District Court_/Deposit 36 610.1 � J Z/- ��CD`w' 37 511. / 9, 38 39 .. .. 41 Total Receipts_all Sources k. i ` .•tJ 't' i".!; t 1."� 42 - RECONCILEMENT " 43 a. Treasurer's Cash Balance Beginning of Year . . p 94 b. Total Receipts All Sources as Above , asz�t .7 45 c. Amount Stores Dispensed and Charged During Year 46 d. Amount Warrants Cancelled During Year 47 e. Amount County Warrants Outstanding End of Year 48 L Amount Trust R Agency Orders Outstanding End of Year ' 49 g. Error Account GRAND TOTAL (This Must-Check With 'Grand Total" Page 16) 35— TABLE W—Cent. Payments, Classified by Purpose s CAPITAL OUTLAY Detail ) JTo[al ^� 1 Amount Carried Forward From Page 19 2 General Government 3 501. County ButldMgs and Grounds g .602. Furniture and Fixtures County Building i 5 Health Conservation and Sanitation , 6 503. Hospital Buildings and Grounds 7 604. Hospital Furniture and Fixtures _ 8 Highways,.Bridges and Ferries SS 0/1 9 505. New Roads 0�dn .0 606. New Bridges .1 507• Ferries i2 508. Tools and Machinery ^ �'. / �',�Ai q Q 9 13 Charities and Corrections i4 509. Poor Farm Lands and Buildings l6 610. Poor Farm Furniture and Fixtures Q,Q ',6 511. Live Stock .. .7 512. County Jail and Grounds ' ✓} .8 513. Jail Furniture and Fixtures ✓a°Ci ,O. : 2 9 519 i0 Education U 615. County High School Buildmg and Grounds 12 616. High School Furniture and Fixtures 5� !3 Miscellaneous ;4 517. Stores. (Total Amount Paid for Stores During Year) % 518.. i6 TRUST AND AGENCY- PAYMENTS (SEE NOTE 3, PAOF 1) / n 17 601. State Funds 18. 602 Cities and Towns T 603. District School Funds 1 10 604. Irrigation Districts 2 it 605. Estates d �f i2 606. Redemption -O t9 607. Coroner i 4 808. District Court DDeposittj' t5. 609. t8 610. ��,:i,j v"G �Licr �el 0$.14 i8 10 11 Total Payments All Purposes 12 RECONCILEMENT j 13 a. Treasurer's Cash Balance at End of Year /L/ � /„�!^`� �, I -• A b. Total Payments All Purposes as Above 15 c. Amount County Warrants Outstanding Beginning of Year :6 d. Amount Trust & Agency Orders Outstanding Beginning of Year 17 e. Error Account i :9 g i r r 0 h. 3RAND TOTAL (This Must Check With "Grand Total" Page 15) r� r{ 1A LE v operation of Cash Accounts, County Funds Only FUND Bfl.19C d Charged Paid and Den 1. i9.j and Charged 'lbtnls Valance i .tr-:. Nov eo,191 1 General Fund / 5"3p.J�{ 3 Road Fund 3 Poor Fund /C/'. rj �J iJ y (f r"♦.' gl,��� J��-;t��/-J 4J?^. 9 ,f-p � / tt 61 1a / 94 1 3 3 / 6 V v 9 Bridge Fund O, Y t LG�IS�; �•J�J(' (����{ i )� /! '!Jp} 'Q)`h Y 5 Contingent Fund .. 01�,� O k �S 9 i 9'�f/z. y,✓ : i.. o ,�(t o Dl�� / 55[D 0. 7 r 6 Bond Interest; Fund 7 Sinking Fund. 8 County Fair Fund r 9 Protested 'Pax Fund I ' 10 Personal Tax Fund 11 High School Fund r� l 12c tarrt`r;lat; e�c, ivl'o.3��++ / `�`:�5 /lf 2 •i' `(` : 7 J�'I 9n /70 14 .. .. 15 16 - .. 17 is 19 - 20 21 i 22 p3 24 TOTALS rABt_E vt Operation of Warrant Accounts, County Funds Only FUND Outstnntling - Redeomed -. Dec.1..19 Issued 'Total and Charged Ynvui.W'19 4- I General Fund - - ✓ , , IC 2 Road Fund pp.Gl^ j.• � 7.Gq �� r ff,fG 3 Poor Fund J 0 �� -✓ p'T (a l �.. 4 Bridge Fund 6 Contingent Fund 6 High School Fund �r �� r(!•✓ /. � a,+ eD' � p �� I 7 �/, „t' �/ 7 County Fair Fund 6 Protested Tax Fund CJ.. 9 Personal Tax Fund 1x 16 .. TOTALS —17— { L ABLE vn 'Faxes Receivable (Delinquent Taxes) County Portion, Including Penalty j - Real Year Class ':4" Class"B Personal' Total IV e i ` 67:95 7,4 j i j yi I f II Total Cared to Assets, Page 3, Line G 4BCE Vill Lands, Buildings and Furniture and Fixtures • faotls 1'nruihnr and Buildluli� and N'ixtnri�s Court House Hospital - Pest House //y �• Poor Farm �7 <{"C.(b 1L^'�� _ -County High School ,�C'-�Jy Oaf/h �!nil Jail r, - J��1.i p�SG�! V;1 r j Jail Jail l Jail f III j y i t f Totals Carded to Assets, Page 3, lines 20 and 2L /G —13 ... N TABLE IX B17ube8 NAME OR LOCATION Detail Total 2 /( I _ I� 4 L t t .J_/ p l Cl L1: e ' it T'1 aim c_ 7r ,,. 42 ¢//✓ , a G. 9 �,[/ 11 12 13 .. 14 15 16 _ .. 17 .. Is 19 '0 2P 22 _ .. 23 24 .. ; 25 .0 27 .. .. 28 ' 29 30 .. 31 32 34 I 85 86. .. .. j 37 .. i . 39 - .. 40 - .. 41 42 .. 43 .. . 44 .. .. 45 40 47 4S .. 4;1 .. ., Y Tnta1, Darned to Asaete Page 3, line. 25 ! ;� TABLE x Detail of Bond Issues Outstanding(Note 4, Page I) �I Interest PURPOSE lot. Payable Term of Require Fond ov. W.jqi Date Payable Band ODUO¢ Requirements \w. W.19-� ell �(.('rtJ � J�1•�, �Cly e�t?jt;: j'{ r .:,'r;c/ �J ., n �J /L' .. .. } Cf , v r l/ /l �p j-"T-7, 1r 4v fk- GZ s+ w°LG^,<-Lfr �'�.C'G�- l/ ✓ . =''�i�4ti.9 s�'-a. ;r,;,,r �.•�;�. :�� u p i I Total Carried to Liabilities Page 3, LSne, 25 I{ -flIv 01, i TABLE xl Depreciation Charges (See Note 5, Page I) Tank 4a1re el' 1 rer Ceu[of dmomLL . KIND OF A9swr Depracfatfmr nt'DrprecixWun Asset ('hllrR<'[l / p J77. L ' i zTotal Depredation Carried to Liabilities, Page 3, Line 19. —g0— -ABLE X11 Trust and Agency Assets and Liabilities ASSETS LIABILITIES / TRUST AND AGENCY I. CASH `/JV r RESERVES !l 1] {o n I{ i 11. TAXES RECEIVABLE: 1 Year 19 e t SI:�/ 11 TRUST AND AGENCY QLy/ 6 ORDERS OUTSTANDING 1 ( � n I /104d'7 /L i E52SII i f 20'L'1L A691;TB 1 G�I TOTAL LZABIIdTIE9 �</� ��✓.l. ��.. rABLE XIM Valuation of Property Subject to Taxation - -- \ssexsinent Made 191 for 1'urpoxea of G - 06nnty Government - CLASS OF PROPERTY Aetuxl Valuation Assomed d'Rlnadon V Real Property Personal ProPeTh' ( � � fXp �y Railrood Property 1 �" � J �I Telephone and Telegraph Property t Express Companies 1 7 ROTAS. TABLE XIV County Tax Levies for 19/ Ainmyt of Taxable Mills Levied Amount of FOR PURPOSE OR FUND LEVIED `'aluatlous Levies General Fund (O�/ �QJ� 4 6*$ Road Fund ' f:.g Poor Fund - �.4 Bridge Fund ' g. Contingent Fund g Bond ]Interest Fund �, 4:3 Sinking Fund 8 High School Fund 9...County Fair Fund 3$ Total Levies for County Purposes Trust and Agency Tax Levies for Year 19� FOR PURPOSE OR FUND LEVIED Ain Val ofonsnble _ Bulk f'Vied Amountof Vnt flax Levlcs State Fund A -1 - G,�I✓� C� -1 state Asylum BeW Tt�'-•�G.yrffl°I': v tsf G?,. .^�� / � I Q.f/ a� E State Bond 4 State Stock Bountyyq 6 S�/Fk. �°ID° ` JPvi7:,i L�1 t.� .. U +t•r` rc�� n.E9r'jr �.�_ d general School2 E and Yy: .. LJ� 00 7..City of i� Ii,ls.rf�j.. // 00 8. City of it 44. District School Levies No. Mitts No.. Mills No. Mills No Mills No. Mills No. Mills No. Mills No. Mills t 1 f1 1 V I .__ _?__ Clerk's Petty Ledger Account of Treasurer's Financial Stationery Boom KIND - NoNOV.W I No. KIND No.N Chuged N.V.8O0 No. l 238 it r. /p it c/C r 300 it n 4 0 r LO bot 1p, __ K, if 1, 1 45, SO At IL . i Remarks {445 r} A. y�. COUNTY CLERK'S AFFIDAVIT STATE OF MONTANA, ) } ss. " County of County Clerk in and for the county aforesaid do solemnly swear that the foregoing report is a full and true statement of the financial condition of the County o/ State of Montana, for the fiscal year ending November 30, 19—, to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. Ownly Glerk. Subscribed and sworn to before me and in my presence this—.-- ---day of 191— r