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ANNUAL: 1944 - ANNUAL REPORT MONTANA County Clerk's Anneal Report TO STATE EXAMINER Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 19..�.. County of---------------;�Cl Received.........------............ ................................................. Checkedby.------------------------------------------------ -........................... FORM PRESCRIBED BY STATE EXAMINER MC£££PAINTING CO.. BUTT£. MONT. 1941-250 II OFFICE OF THE STATE EXAMINER, HELENA � 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 prescribed for your office. Before making any entries, please read the same through carefully and familiarise yourself with its requirements and with the special instructions. j This office desires to co-operate with you in order that a complete and accurate report may be secured, 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. If any further Information is desired, please write us. State Exalnlaer. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS After the business for the year has been properly entered on the books, the books should be closed; that to, the operating accounts for the fiscal year, such as Expense, Interest Paid, Revenue Accounts, Cancelled Warrant Account, Error Account (1f any), of cetera, will be closed into Revenue Accumulations Account, as explained in the pamphlet of instructions heretofore j } sent you. All ledger accounts should then be ruled up, and balances, if any, brought down.The totals of many of these accounts fI will be the amounts 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 June 30th, after that account has been adjusted by charging or crediting deductions or additions to the tax roll. 2. An Extraordinary Gain or Loss will arise from any unusual transactions or unforseen calamity resulting in a profit or loss. For instance, an extraordinary gain might accrue through the sale of some asset, such a,a piece of county real estate, at considerably more than its book value, the excess being credited to Revenue Accumulations Account. An extraordinary lose would be Such as would occur through the destruction of a bridge by flood, an uninsured building by ere, 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. II 4. In the column headed "Sinking Fund Requirements" (Table %) show the amount that should be in the Bond Sinking Fund to meet the requirements of the law. 5. Depreciation Reserve Accounts. There should be established Reserve for Depreciation Accounts to correspond with each �I County asset that will, due to the passage of time and the wear and tear due to Its use and enjoyment, or the action of the ele- ments, eventually require renewal or replacement. An aouat should be credited to these accounts each Year, suf$clent to cover the loss sustained, which will be gauged by the apparent wear as ascertained by physical appralsement, or by the con- servative expectation of life of the asset In question, as ascertained by past or current espartencea. NO raise can be given is advance for the accurate measurement of this loss; frequent adjustments and revisions of rates will be found necessary. q Lands and buildings should be given independent valuations, as all buildings are subject to depreciation while the land is not. Appreciation In land values cannot be used to offset depreciation of buildings thereon. As bridges and furniture and fix- P. Cures are not, at present, carried on the books in Separate classes, it will be necessary to make a fair average, and the follow- II lug table is offered as a basis until such time as Individual experlepae proses them faulty and more accurate stew am ewtab- y Ilshedt Expectation Rate ABBEYS of Life Per Annum Steel Bridges Years 50 2 - Steel Bridges 25 4 Wood Bridges " 20 5 �O Wood Bridges 30 10 g8 Toole and Machinery 5 20 % Tools and Machinery " 8 33,83 T. Furniture and Fixtures (Wood) 20 5 % Furniture and Fixtures (Wood) 30 10 qo Furniture and Fixtures (Steel) 25 4 % Furniture and Fixtures (Steel) 100 1 % Office Appliances 30 10 % Office Appliance& 5 20 % Office Appliances " 8 33,33% Buildings " 25 4 % Buildings 50 2 �O Residual values are not taken into consideration. When the depreciation is ascertalned, debit Revenue Accumulations (Surplus) Account, and credit the various Reserve for Depreciation Accounts, as may be appropriate, by means of a,journal entry. 0. Error Account. Errors should be located and rectified. not by debiting or crediting to Error Account, but by adjusting the accounts originally affected. This is never Impossible, and is good practice, while the use of "Error" accounts is suggestive of loose methods. Entries in this account,should always be accompanied by a full explanation. i 1 GENERAL INFORMATION 1 Class of County County Seat, Year Organized, Give Amount of Unpaid Claims on File at Close of Fiscal Year $ j Give Amount of Accrued and Unpaid Interest on Bonds at Close of Fiscal Year $ /yGr9-i-t,�_ If GENNERAL INFORMATION Registered Voters, �(p �� Area, /�a/� jCour�tH%ou/s� levat /��/` � Judicial District No. j Counties in Dist Incorporated Cities, Incorporated Towns, ''�i '%21e%�*�-f / r Population of County, W q% Population of County Seat , Remarks: r I1 i p I � I l' _ tl I I it I I .f G SUMMARY OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES Table I A RESOURCES - DETAIL TOTAL 1 I. CURRENT ASSETS: - 2 it 3 a. Cash (Table V, Page 27) �. 4 b. Petty Cash 5 c. Taxes Receivable (Table VII, Page 28) 6 7 d. Live Stock - ! 8 e. Stores - f 9 30 � .i, :, C ,. C • 11 1. Tools and Machinery V 12 F 13 ! 14 15 g. Land Acquired by Tax Deed (County Portion) 16 h. ! 17 i. 18 i• i 19 k 20. 1. 21 22 Total Current Assets 41, ' I 23 24 } 25 II. FIXED ASSETS:- 1 Z6 27 j 28 m. Lands (Table VIII, Page 28) ! J✓" r� 29 Buildings (Table VIII, Page 28) i 30 n. Furniture and Fixtures (Table VIII, Page 28) 31 32 33 34 o. New Roads 35 i 36 I y i 38 p. Bridges, 39 40 q. Ferries v 41 r• 42 S. 43 t. 44 u. i 45 V. 46 W. 47 Total Fixed Assets 48 49 50 51 52 53 r 54 ; TOTAL COUNTY ASSETS SUMMARY OF RESOURCES AND LIABILITIESl� Table I-B j LIABILITIES DETAIL TOTAL 1 I. CURRENT LIABILITIES: 2 3 a. Warrants Outstanding (Table VI, Page 27) 4 5 b. Undistributed Personal Taxes l.. 3 I C/ •� 8 Total Current Liabilities 9 10 II. FIXED LIABILITIES: 11 12 .1• Bonds Outstanding (Table X, Page 29) , 13 14 Total Fixed Liabilities 15 16 17 1 111. RESERVES: 18 19 p. Reserve for Uncollectable and j hh 20 Erroneous Taxes: Balance at Begin- •;i 21 ring of Present Fiscal Year 22 Add: Credited During Year $ f 24 Deduct: Debited During Year9 _ 25 Balance at End of Year 26 27 q. Reserves for Depreciation: 28 (Table XI, Page 29) 29 Balance at Beginning of Present f 30 Fiscal Year 31 I Add: Credited During Year 32 33 Deduct; Debited During Year 34 Replacement $ 35 'i Balance at End of Year $ a�.� 3��•; u i 36 37 Total Reserves 39 Total Liabilities and Reserves � 40 IV. REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS (SURPLUS): 41 Balance at Beginning of Year - �� '''� �I' ' 42 Add: Revenue i _ 43 (See Table II, Page 5, 44 for Detail) ! ' - 45 46 j Deduct: Expenses $Y/�' 47 (See Table 11, Page 6, 6 - 48 for Detail) 49 50 Balance at End of Year, 51 (See Table 11) '' .335 1/7 I' 52 j 53 54 _.__ - TOTAL COUNTY LIABILITIES -- 4 Table II-A REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS (SURPLUS ACCOUNT) 1� DETAIL TOTAL 1 Balanbe R�venve Accumulations at Beginning 2 - of Fiscal Year 3 t I 4 CREDITS TO REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS DURING YEAR: 5 a. Revenue Taxes (Authorized) 6 Total Amount of Tax Roll (County Portion) 44 7 ✓ a.. 9 Deduct: Amount credited to Reserve for 10 Uncollectible and Erroneous Taxes $ - 11 (See Note I, Page 1) A/ 12 Net Revenge from Taxes 13 14 b. Miscellaneous Revenue (Total Schedule I1, - ,� 15 Table III) 16 ' :Deduct: Refunds 102, Schedule X, Table IV $ • r�' r 17 Net Miscellaneous Revenue as per General 18 Ledger Account $ 19 7 / ,20 e.' Interest Received (Total Schedule III, I i i 21 Table III) 22 Deduct: Refunds 103, Schedule X, Table IV S I '- 23... Net Interest Received_as per General }. 24 LedgMAccount 25 26 - sl. -Collections.and Commercial Revenue (Total - - �� 27 Schedule.IV, Table III) 28 Deduct: Refunds, Schedule X, Table IV $ „ 1. 29 Net Collections and Commercial Revenue as 30 per General Ledger Account 31 32 e. Premium Received on Sale of Bonds (Item 33 302, Schedule VI,Table III) $ 34 f. Extraordinary Gains (Report Under Number) $ � : q 35 Total Extraordinary Revenue per General 36 Ledger F 37 38 g. Amount of County Warrants Cancelled During 39 Year g 40 41 h Error. Account (See Note 6, Page 1) g 42 i - 43 ii Total -- -- -- 5 ...� ` r tturh: , Explanation of Any ExtraordinaryAtems Credited: Re i ry Ii - i i REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS (SURPLUS) ACCOUNT Table II-B _ DETAIL TOTAL 1 CHARGES AGAINST REVENUE ACCUMULATION ACCOUNT 2 DURING YEAR: 3 4 1. Miscellaneous Expense (Total Schedule XI, -en,i �. Avl 5 Table IV) $„•/� ✓t 3� 6 Deduct: Refunds, Schedule V, Table III $ n `' 7 Net Miscellaneous Expense as per General d 8 Ledger Account ��� " ��'� 71 9 10 m. Interest Paid(Total 301-303, Schedule XII, 11 Table ) $ 12 Deduct: *efunds 241-242, Schedule V, Table III 13 Net Interest Paid as per General Ledger !"f 14 Account - ���• ✓ 15 16 I - 17 18 n. Extraordinary Losses (Report Under Numbe 19 (See Note 2, Page 1) ••.;y, 20 � 22 $ 23 $ r 24 $ n 25 26 Total Extraordinary Losses 27 r. 28 29 30 0. DEPRECIATION CHARGE: (See Table XI) 31 $ 32 33 Total Credited to Reserve Accounts During Year 34 35 36 P. Error Account (See Note 6, Page 1) $ 37 38 TOTAL CHARGES TO REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS $ 39 40 Add: BALANCE OF REVENUE ACCUMULATIONS 41 ACCOUNT AT END OF YEAR $ Q,W 42 43 TOTAL: Must Agree With Total Page 5. Remarks: Explanation of Any Extraordinary Items Debited: q Ii 9 'I 6 RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III Schedule 1. GENERA— REVENUE (TAXES) DETAIL TOTAL 2 !I! 3 101. Receipts from Taxes (County Portion Only); I 4 a. Current Taxes (Report Undistributed I 5 Personal Taxes Under Nominal Receipts) 6 b. Delinquent Taxes (Original Levy) �, 9 7 3u. 9 { .. 14 - Schedule II. MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE: 11 I 12 101. d. 13 14 e. Special Poor (Not Included in Tax Roll) i 15 16 102. Fees and Charges (For County Funds Only): 17 a. Clerk and Recorder f3yv 18 b. Sheriff I 19 c. Clerk of Court 9�'aS j 20 d. Treasurer � r 21 e. Justices 22 f. /JrO i 23 103. Licenses and Permits (For County Funds j 24 Only): a 25 a. Liquor and Beer a(a SD 26 b. Card Tables O 27 c. Pool and Billiards t f/�/. �•v ii- i28 d. Butchers --- 29 e. Trade Stimulator 30 f. T4ieatces- Rte. ,- 31 g. Miscellaneous 32 33 104. Fines, Forfeitures and Penalties (For i 34 -County Funds Only): 35 a. District Court 36- b. Justices' Courts 37 c. Contract Penalties - ,8 d. d r 39 105. Giftsand Grants (For County Funds Only): i 40 a. Forest Reserve Apportionment S17 41 b.- Gifts from Individuals 42 C. 7V U lLf. ✓��CJ / �f Q O j; 43 44 106. All Other Miscellaneous County Revenue: 45 a. Automobile Registration 46 b. Tax Deed. Land Rentals and Royalties tees NO. for � r Yp Land Sales) 153 43 48 49T�r 50 s1 I I Sz lc (off x + 53 Total Nos. 101-to 106 $ , 54 (See Table II-A, Page 5) - Amount Carried Forward to Page 9 Ir 7 PAYMENTS-CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV Schedule X REFUNDS DETAIL 'P ) [A 1, .I ,FROM REVENUE: 2 3 101. Tax Roll Refunds. (Report Undistributed 4 <' Personal Taxes Under Nominal Payments) 5 a. Original Levy and Penalty 6 7 102. Refunds of Miscellaneous County Revenue: 8 a. Special Poor, of included in Tax Roll) �1ry 11 d. '� U 12 . (See Table II-A, Page 5, Line 16) "�� p � ✓ 1 13 14 103. Refunds of pIntcrggt: 15 a. /l 4-t� e{ ov fi b. v 17 (See Table II-A, Page 5, Line 22) O d 18 1 19 104. Refunds of Collections and Commercial Revenue, 20 110, County Commissioners 21 111. Clerk and Recorder 22 112. Treasurer 23 113, Auditor 24 114. Assessor 25 115. Surveyor 25 116. Clerk of District Court 27 117. Sheriff 28 ` 118. County Attorney 29 ' 119; Justices' Courts 30 120. Coroner 31 121. County Buildings 32 122. Elections i33 123. Weights and Measures '! 34 124. Board of Health ` 35 125. County Hospital t 36 l 126. Highways 37 127... Bridges 38 128. Ferries 39 129. Poor Farm 40 130. State Welfare Board 41 131. Direct Relief 42 132. County Physician 43 133. Care of Insane 44 134. Care of Patients in State Tuberculosis 45 Sanitarium 46 135. Care Inmates Home for Deaf and Blind 47 136. Care Inmates Other State and Private 48 Institutions 49 137. Care Delinquent and Dependent Children 50 138. Care of Prisoners 51 139. County Superintendent 1 52 140. County High School 1 53 141. Unclassified 54 (See Table II-A, Page 5) / Amount Carried Forward to Page 10 (, J RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued INTEREST RECEIVED DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 7 x x x x x x xx 2 3 Schedule III. INTEREST 4 5 107. Interest and Penalties (Cou�y Portion Only) ., 6 a. On 7 b. On Sinking Funds 8 c. On Delinquent Tax Collections and Sales (Include Penalties) 11 Total (See Table II-A, Page 5, Line 20) $ C�/q rJ�_. ✓ ii i 12 108. 13 109. 1 14 Schedule IV. COLLECTIONS AND COMMERCIAL 15 REVENUE 16 110. County Commissioner: j 17 a. 18 111. Clerk and Recorder: 19 a. 20 112. Treasurer: II 21 a. U 22 113. Auditor: 23 a. 24 114. Assessor: 25 a. 26 115. Surveyor: Ar 27 a 28 116. District Court: 29 a. 30 117. Sheriff: ! 31 a, 32 118. County Attorney: 33 a. 34 119. Justices' Courts: 35 a. 36 120. Coroner: 37 a. 38 121. County Buildings: 39 40 122. Elections: - 41 a. 42 123. 1 43 a. 44_ 124. Board of Health:. -:45 a. 46 125. County Hospital: - 47 a. Collections for Care of Patients-.. 48 b. 49 50 51 53 i 54 Amount Carried Forward to Page 11 i I� 9 u PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued B _ MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL _DETAIL TO1'A1 I Amount Brought Forward From Page 8 x x x x x x xx;j FLI v' 2 3 Schedule XI. GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL: I 4 201. County Commissioners: 5 a, Salaries or Per Diem: 6 1—From General Fund O / rJ 7 2—From Road Fund I�dv p d 8 3—From Bridge Fund p 9 4—From Other Funds 10 11 b. Mileage and Subsistence: 12 1—From General Fund / ip 13 2--From Road Fund �L� 5L7J 14 3—From Bridge Fund 15 4—From Other Funds i 16 17 c. Other Maintenance and Operations: 18 1—From General Fund 19 2—From Road Fund 20 3—From Bridge Fund 21 4—From Other Funds j 22 23 d. Miscellaneous Expense 24 202. Clerk and Recorder: 25 a. Salaries and Wages: 26 1—General Office II� 27 2—Elections 28 3—Tax Deed Lands and Tax Deeds 29 4—Other Salaries and Wages ✓ _ 30 3L b', Maintenance and Operation (Including Record Books): 1—General Office i 9 7 2—Elections 34 3—Tax Deed Lands and Tax Deeds 35 4—All Other Maintenance and Operation 36 37 C. Miscellaneous Expense 38 203. County Treasurer: 39 a. Salaries and Wages: 40 1—General Office Jrlo aJ O d 41 2—Tax Deed and Delinquent Taxes 42 3—All Other Salaries and Wages 43 b. Maintenance and Operation (Including Record Books): 44 1—General Office 45 2—Tax Deed and Delinquent Taxes 46 3—All Other Maintenance and Operation 47 c. Miscellaneous Expense BLS S,�ij 48 204. Auditor: 49 a, Salaries and Wages 50 t b Maintenance and Operation i 51 c Miscellaneous 52 ! 205. State Examiner 53 ! a Annual Examination Fee 54 b. Publication Examiner's Report Amount Carried Forward to Page 12 'V; t 10 ' RECEIPTS CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued COLLECTIONS AND COMMERCIAL REVENUE DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward from Page 9 x x x x x x xx 2 / 3 Schedule IV—Continued 4 Vw„ 5 126. Highways: 6 a. &ADO 7 127. Bridges- �� 8 a. /GfnV/,rt� v Ji�Os'a"y .J�av a2rv. 9 128. Ferries: 10 a. 11 129. Poor Farm: 12 a. Collection for Care of Inmates ; M 13 b. Sale of Produce 14 c. Rent 15 d. 16 130. State Welfare Board: 17 a. 18 131. Direct Relief: 19 a. – 20 In tkz 21 132. County Physician: 22 a. 23 131 Cate of Insane: 24 a. 25 134. Care of Patients in State Tuberculosis 26 Sanitarium: -� 27 a. 28 135. Care Inmates Home for Deaf and Blind: j 29 a. 30 136. Care of Inmates Other State and Private 31 Institutions: 32 a. 33 137. Delinquent and Dependent Children: i 34 a 35 138. Care of Prisoners: 36 a. Board of Federal Prisoners 37 b. Board of Prisoners for Other Counties ;I 38 C. + ,. 39 139. County Superintendent: 40 a- Institute Earnings 41 b. Examinations 42 C. 43 140. County High School: 44 a. Tuition Outside Pupils 45 b. 46 141. County Fair: 47 . a. Admissions 48 b. Concessions 49 c. Pari-Mutuels 5o d. Miscellaneous 51 52 53 Amount Carried Forward to Page 13 11 PAYMENTS CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued MISCELLANEOUS EX PENS E—D EPARTMEIvTAL UET9iI. - TOTAI. I I Amount Brought Forward from Page 10 x x x;x x x x / 2 4206: Assessor: / 3 a. Salaries and wages .� .2 ✓�J' 4 b. Maintenance and Operation (Including Record Books) 5 c. Miscellaneous 6 207. County Surveyor: 7 a. Salaries and Wages 4W c 8 b. Maintenance and Operation �O $ 9 c. Miscellaneous 10 208. District Court: 11 a. Salaries and Wages ,IrD O d 12 b. Maintenance and Operation (Including Record Books) od55d 13 c. Miscellaneous 14 d. Juror Fees and Mileage 15 { e. Witness Fees and Mileage 9P.Z I50 16 17 Schedule XI. GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL: _ 18 209. Sheriff: 19 a. Salaries and Wages $ J 20 b. Mileage and Subsistence 21 c. Maintenance and Operation / .5 22 d. Miscellaneous 6` 3 23 0. 7 710 24 210. County Attorney: 25 a. Salaries and Wages 26 b. 4aintenance and Operation �;(. v Z7 c. Miscellaneous p� d 28 d. / 29 e. loro.� Q 30 211. Justices' Courts: - 31 a. Salaries and Wages 32 b. Maintenance and Operation dv 33 - c. Miscellaneous 34 d. 35 e. �$ O 36 212. Coroner: 37 a. Salaries and Wages 38 b. Maintenance and Operation 749 p 39 c. Miscellaneous 40 d 41 e. 1,Rj 6,10 42 213. County Buildings: 43 a. Salaries and Wages /0,3 4c74 - 44 f d. Maintenance and Operation 45 c. Insurance Premiums 46 d. Rentsp 47 48 214. Elections: 49 a. Salaries and Wages (Judges and Clerks Only) 50 b. Maintenance and Operation �Q 51 e. Miscellaneous 52 d 53 e. 19Q 5 54 _– Amount Carried Forward to Page 14LF%' a 12 I RECEIPTS CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III Continued COLLECTIONS AND COTiMERCIAL REVENUE DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward from Page 11 x x x x x x s x "' 6 Il i 2 3 Schedule IV—Continued 4 5 142. Unclassified: 6 a. 8 143. j� 9 a. 10 b. 11 144. 12 a. 13 b. 1 I� 14 145. IS a. 16 b. 17 146. 18 a. - 19 b. 20 147. 21 a. ,l !� 22 b. yT 23 24 25 _ 26 j 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 I 36 �i 37 38 39 ! 40 41 42 43 44 i 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Total No.110-147 54 - (See Table II-A, Page 5, Line 27) Amount Carried Forward to Page 15 'i 13 Table IV—Continued PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 12 x x x'x x x- xx 2 Schedule XI. GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL: 3 4 215. $i is lilA%�y�.wa �G�6�rJ �9 O 5 a. Salaries es and d Waa g es 6 b. Maintenance and Operation 7 c. Miscellaneous 8 d. 9 e. 10 11 HEALTH CONSERVATION AND SANITATION ! i 12 216. Board of Health: 13 a. Salaries and Wages dd 5, O 14 b. Maintenance and Operation 7JC v 15 c. Miscellaneous 16 d. 17 e. j 18 �jr O 19 217. County Detention Hospital (General Fund Expense) 20 a. Salaries and Wages 21 b. Maintenance and Operation 22 c. Miscellaneous 23 d. j y 24 e. 25 . HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES, FERRIES j 26 218. Highways (Other Than Commissioners and Surveyor): j 27 a. Salaries and Wages 28 b. Maintenance and Operation / p 29 c. Miscellaneous 30 d. , 31 e. 32 33 219. Bridges (Other Than Commissioners and Surveyor): // p 34 a. Salaries and Wages 35 b. Maintenance and Operation ��p 71 36 c. Miscellaneous - 37 d. 38 e 39 40 220. Ferries (Other Than Commissioners and Surveyor): 41 a. Salaries and Wages 42 b, Maintenance and Operation 43 c. Miscellaneous 44 d. 45 e. 46 221. County Shop (Other Than Commissioners and Surveyor): 47 a. Salaries and Wages 48 b. Maintenance and Operation (j 7�[ 49 c. Miscellaneous r 50 d. 51 e. 52 4 / 66 77 53 � 54 _ Amount Carried Forward to Page 16 14 Table III—Continued RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Schedule V-A (Reduction of Expense) REFUNDS—INCOMING DETAIL TOTAL Amount Brought Forward From Page 13 x x x x x x xx 2 3 201. County Commissioners 4 5 202. Clerk and Recorder 6 7 203. Treasurer 9 9 204. Auditor 10 11 205. State Examiner 12 13 206. Assessor 14 15 207. County Surveyor 16 17 208. District Court 19 19 209, Sheriff 17 20 21 210. County Attorney 22 23 211. justices' Courts 24 25 212. Coroner ii 26 27 213. County Buildings 28 29 214. Elections 30 31 215. Weights and Measures 32 33 216. Board of Health 34 35 217. County Hospital 36 37 217Y2. Compensation Owners Slaughtered Stock 38 39 218. Highways 40 41 219 Bridges ;7 7 42 220� Ferries 43 221. County Poor Fund 44 222. State Welfare Board 45 223. Direct Relief 46 224. Care Poor Outside Institutions 47 225. County Physician jl 48 226. Care of insane ji tI 49 227, Care Patients in State Tuberculosis Sanitarium 50 228. Care Inmates Home for Deaf and Blind 51 229. Care Inmates Other State and Private 52 Institutions 54 Amount Carried Forward to Page 17 15 PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued ?MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE:—DEPARTMENTAL DETAIL TOTAL 1 .Amount Brought Forward From Page 14 x x x, x x x x / 9 2 Schedule XI. CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS: 3. : 222. County.Poor Farm - - 4 - a, Salaries and Wages. 5. - b.. Maintenance and Operation -. 6 c. .Miscellaneous - 7 8 223. Reimbursements to State Welfare Department: 9 a. Old Age Assistance ti s 5 j/ � 10 b. Aid to Dependent Children OS G 11 c. Aid to Needy Blind 12 d. Personnel Salaries s,? 13 e. Travel Expenses 14 f: Industrial Accident Premiums f / 15 16 224. County Welfare Administration Expenditures 17 (Not Reimbursable): 19 I/D u 17 20 225. General Relief. 21 a. ,Cash Allowances - oZ. x.5/7 Od 22 b. Food,Clothing,Fuel, Rent,Water, Light 23 c. Household Remedies, Incidentals_ 25 226. County Hospital and Hospitalization: ` 26 I a..Salaries and Wages 27 b. ,Maintenance and Operation i 28. c. Miscellaneous 29 d. Contract Expenditures (If no County Hospital) 30 31 227. Medical and Hospital 32 (Other than County Hospital and Contract): 33 a. Medical and Hospital %� 07 34 b. Dentistry 14700 . 35 c. Optical Fees—Glasses / - - ��� D7- 36 37- 228. County Physician: 38' a. Salaries and Wages 39 b. Maintenance and Operation - 40 c. Miscellaneous 42 229. Care of Insane: 43 a.. Trransporta 'on p �Q 44 b. I/i/ l /O 0,0 47 230. Care of Patients in State Tuberculosis Sanitarium: . - _ 48 a, Institution Fees '�,9f� Od 49 -b. Clothing 50 51 (r 52 L 53 54 Amount Carried Forward to Page 18 16 RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued Schedule V-A—Continued REFUNDS—INCOMING DETAIL TOTAL I� Amount Brought Forward From Page 15 x x x x x x xx /V 2 3 230. Care of Delinquent and Dependent Children 4 ' 5 231. Care of Prisoners 6 7 232. County Superintendent 8 9 233. County High School 10 11 234. County, State and Other Fairs 12 13 235. Damages and Judgments 14 15 236. Un ssified - 16 237. 17 238. I-�ty��"',l,�J. I✓ „j ,> 18 239. 19 240. 20 (n 21 Total Nos. 201-240 (See Table II-B, Page 6, Line 6) $/., 10 .1�) ✓ / ��K� :, 22 i r. 23 i 24 H 25 26 N 27 28 Schedule V-B. REFUNDS OF INTEREST: I, 29 30 ii 241. Refunded Interest on Bonds i � ,...,... 31. !, 242. Refunded Interest on Warrants 32 h 33 Total (See Table II-B, Page 6, Line 12) $ � 34 36 37 38 39 40 243. PRINCIPAL: 41 a. Refunded Principal Bonds !' 42 b. Refunded Principal Other Debt 43.. 44 45 46 l 47 48 49 50 51 it h 'I 52 �, I 5� III Amount Forwarded to Page 19 / rl 17 ✓ H Table IV—Continued PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE j MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL DETAIL TOTAL I Amount Brought Forward From Page 16 X x xiX x x xX IVY 2 Schedule XI. CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS: j, 3 m � .� i 4 231. Care Inmates Hoe far j 5 and Montana Training School: ! 6 a. Personal Effects 7 b. Transportation 8 c. 9 10 232. Care Inmates Other State and Private Insstiitu�tions: ; 11 a. Institution Fees 12 b. Personal Effects 13 c. Miscellaneous 14 15 233. Other Poor Fund Expense: j l 16 a. Burials and Ambulance O$I o V I, 17 b. W. P. A. Sewing Projects ! li r 18 c. Surplus Commodity,Distribution 19 d. National Youth Administration 20 e. II 1' 21 f. i jl i 22 G$5 io'ej 23 234. Care Delinquent Children (General Fund Expense): 24 a. Salaries and Wages { 1 j 25 b. Maintenance and Operation 26 c. Miscellaneous i 27 d. 28 29 235. Care Prisoners: ? 30 a. Salaries and Wages V !O-v';, 31 ! b. Maintenance and Operation 32 c. County Prisoners /J4.L5 PC) 33 d. Federal, Highway Patrol Prisoners 34 e. Miscellaneous 35 f. 36 37 EDUCATION: 38 39 236. County Superintendent: i 40 a. Salaries and Wages - rJ 41 b. Maintenance and Operation ,'j' Z, 42 c. Miscellaneous 43 d. e. 45 t. 46 237. County High School: l 47 _Salar-iesaxeGCS' iV p 48 * __ n s p 9�i 50 51 9,2 r 53 Amount Carried Forward to Page 20 18 L RECEIPTS-CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III-Continued RiFUNDS-INCOMING DETAIL TOTAL. Schedule V-C-(Reduction of Capital Outlay) -. _ psv- I Amount Brought I'orward From Page 17 x x x x x x xx 2 3 244. County Buildings and Grounds - 4 245. County Building Furniture and Fixtures 5 246. Hospital Building and Grounds - ... 6 247. Hospital Furniture and Fixtures - 7 248. New Roads 8 249. New Bridges - - 9 250. Ferries 10 251. Tools and Machinery 11 252. Poor Farm Land and Buildings 12 253. Poor Farm Furniture and Fixtures - 13 254. Livestock 14 255. County Jail and Grounds 15 256. Jail Furniture and Fixtures 16 257. County High School Building atud Grounds 17 258. High School Furniture and Fixtures 18 259. Stores 19 260. County Fair Grounds and Buildings - 20 261. County Fair Equipment 21 262. Unclassified 22 263. 23 264. 24 265. .y 25 26 27 28 29 30 Schedule VI. RECEIPTS FROM COUNTY 31 INDEBTEDNESS: } 32 33 BONDS: 34 301. Principal 35 302. Premium (See Table II-A, Page 5) 36 303. Accrued Interest 37 304. j 38 305. 4 39 OTHER DEBT: 1 40 306, 41 307. 42 308. 43 309. 44 310. 45 311. 46 312. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 Amount Carried Forward to Page 21 n _ 6 ` 19 PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL DETAIL TOTAL i 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 18 x x x�x x x x x 2 Schedule XI. CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS: it 3 4 238. County, State and Other Fairs: I' 5 a. Salaries and Wages r 6 b. Maintenance and Operation 7 c. Miscellaneous 9 8 d. I 9 e. I 10 239. Damages and Judgments: F 11 a. 12 b. I i' 13 c 14 240. Public Administrator: it - 15 a. Salaries and Wages I 16 b. Maintenance and Operation 17 c. Miscellaneous 18 241. Cattle Slaughtered: 19 a i p 20 b. 21 242. Industrial Accident Premiums: i 22 a. General 9 4 23 b. Road 24 c. Poor (all other than 223-f) 25 d. Bridge ) (o y, q3 26 e. 27 f• 28 243. Grasshopper: 29 a. Salaries and Wages 30 b. Maintenance and Operation �{ { 31 c. Miscellaneous {! 32 d I {I 33 244. Gopher: I i 34 a. Salaries and Wages 35 b. Maintenance and Operation 36 c. Miscellaneous .37 d. ) �9 38 245. Insect: 39 a. Salaries and Wages { 40 b. Maintenance and Operation { 41 c. Miscellaneous 42 d. ` 43 246. Weed Control: I 44 a. Salaries 45 b. Maintenance and Operation II 46 c. Miscellaneous 47 d. 48 247. Burial of Soldiers: I 49 a. a0 Ili �,V.30 O 50 248. Libraries: 51 a. Salaries and Wages ! { 52 b. Maintenance and Operation '� y 53 c. Miscellaneous 54 d. I� - Amount Carried Forward to Page 22 RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued i Schedule VII NOMINAL RECEIPTS DETAIL TOTAL, 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 19 x x xlx x x xx /3 '� 3:�k h� 2 3 SINKING FUNDS RECEIVED FROM: I ' 4 401. Bonds 5 402. Other Debt - 6 7 INVESTMENTS: 8 403. Sinking Fund Securities Sold 9 404. 10 11 TRANSFERS: 12 405. Between County Funds 13 406. Between Trust and Agency Funds LI$ YS-2 4 14 i 15 16 MISCELLANEOUS: 17 407. Undistributed Personal Taxes IB 407a.Undistributed Automobile Taxes 19 407b. Other Undistributed Collections 20 21 n 22 23 408. Petty Cash FundO D drJ 24 25 26 { . 27 28 i 29 30 31 32 33 34 . 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 J0 51 52 53 Amount Carried Forward to 1'a t;e 23 21 0 V PAYMENTS CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE ' Table IV—Continued It MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE—DEPARTMENTAL DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 20 x x x x x x x x 2 Schedule XI. UNCLASSIFIED. 3 ' 4 249a. City Taxes and Assessments: 5 249b. Tax Deed Land Insurance Premiums and Repairs - 6 250. County Agent vmbdftwali� 7 a. Salaries and Wages 9 8 b. Maintenance and Operation 9 c. Miscellaneous /1 �D ,�17 10 251. County Nurse: 11 a. Salaries and Wages 0 12 b. Maintenance and Operation 13 c. Miscellaneous V"?O ,7 14 252. - IS a. Salaries and Wages `Ja�✓�!� 16 b. Maintenance and Operation / pO oa 17 a Miscellaneous y- 3 J 3a D 18 253. Land Classification: 19 a. Salaries and Wages j 20 b. Maintenance and Operation 21 c. Miscellaneous 22 254. Re-Employment Office: I 23 a. Salaries. i 24 b. Maintenance and OgliVticm I 25 -c. Miscellaneous ry��`'r � .. - 27 28 255. All Other Miscellaneous Expense: 29 a. Salaries and Wages 30 - b. Maintenance and Operation 31 c. Miscellaneous 32 - a3fca Jd 33 Total Expense 201-255 $ ///-; 34 (See Table II-B, Page 6, Line 4) 35 36 '.f I 38 PAYMENTS ON COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS 39 Schedule XII 40 41 INTEREST: 42 301. On Bonds ,D,rj r 43 302. On Warrants 44 303. On Other Debt /ry 45 Total (See Table II-B, Page 6,Line 10) 46 47 PRINCIPAL: 48 304. Bonds $O 00 yj 49 305. 9 So 306. Other Debt 9 sS� Z'-e 51 _52 Amount Carried Forward to Page 24 d+ RECEIPTS—CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued Schedule VIII OFFSETS TO OUTLAY DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 21 x x x �x x x xx 2 3 GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL: I 4 501. County Buildings and Grounds 5 502. County Buildings Furniture and Fixtures 6 7 HEALTH CONSERVATION AND SANITATION: 8 503. Hospital Buildings and Grounds 9 504. Hospital Furniture and Fixtures 10 11 HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND FERRIES: 12 505. Roads 13 506. Bridges 14 507. Ferries 15 508. Tools and Machinery 040 O b 16 17 CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS: 18 509. Poor Farm Land and Buildings 19 510. Poor Farm Furniture and Fixtures 20 511. Livestock 21 512. County Jail and Grounds 22 513. Jail Furniture and Fixtures 23 514. 24 25 EDUCATION: 26 515. County High School Building and Grounds 27 516. High School Furniture and Fixtures5 U U 28 29 MISCELLANEOUS: _ 30 517. Stores Sold 31 518. County Fair Grounds and Buildings 32 519. County Fair Equipment 33 520. Sales of Tax Deed Lands 30 q3 — q 34 521. 1 -- 35 36 37 =.w 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Amount Carried Forward to Page 25 23 PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued Schedule XIII. NOMINAL PAYMENTS SINKING FUND, PAYMENTS TO DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 22 x x x x x x xx 2 401. From Revenue 3 402. From Other Sources 4 5 INVESTMENTS: 6 403. Sinking Fund Securities �f 7 404. 8 9 TRANSFERS: 10 405. Between County Funds 11 406. Between Trust and Agency Funds 12 13 MISCELLANEOUS 14 407. Undistributed Personal Taxes 15 407a.Undistributed Automobile Taxes 16 4076.Other Undistributed Collections ' 17 18 i 19 20 21 22 23 24 408. Petty Cash Fund d 26:- i 28 f 29 30 31 Schedule XIV. CAPITAL OUTLAY ' 32 GENERAL GOVERNMENTAL: 33 501. County Buildings and Grounds 34 502. County Buildings, Furniture and Fixtures 35 HEALTH CONSERVATION AND SANITATION: ^_ 36 503.` Hospital Buildings and Grounds - 37 504. Hospital Furniture and Fixtures 38 1 HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES, FERRIES: 39 505. New Roads Apv 40 506. New Bridges 41 507. Ferries 42 508. Tools and Machinery OW 43 CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS: 44 509. Poor Farm Land and Buildings 45 510. Poor Farm Furniture and Fixtures 46 511. Livestock j 47 512. County Jail and Grounds f i 48 513. Jail Furniture and Fixtures 49 514. - 50 EDUCATIONAL: i. 51 515. County High School Buildings and Grounds �{ 52 516. High School Furniture and Fixtures �i 53 Amount Carried Forward to Page 26 24 RECEIPTS-CLASSIFIED BY SOURCE Table III—Continued Schedule IX TRUST AND AGENCY RECEIPTS DETAIL TOTAL 1 (See Note 3, Page 1) 2 Amount Brought Forward From Page 23 x x X x x xx 3 4 601. State 5 602. Cities and Towns /f �•rj 6 603. General School Fund 2 All oy A 414 7 604, District School Funds (y� LI�Vy 5 Z 8 605. Irrigation Districts 9 606. Estates 10 607. Redemption 7� 11 608. Coroner / 12 609. District Court Deposits 13 610. Protested Taxes (T. & A. Portion) 14 611. Ivi'ig�ate22 'nu1�,,� / 15 612. 16 613. / 7 / 17 614. 18 615. ejj%y65 3� 19. 616. �/• /f 21 f� 5O U I 22 23 24 i 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 3 4 5 36 37 TOTAL RECEIPTS—ALL SOURCES Z_:` 38 39 RECONCILEMENT 40 ✓_ 41 a. Treasurer's dash Balance Beginning of Year a 42 b. Total Receipts, All Sources, as Above �� ;� • 43 c. Amount Stores Dispensed and Charged 44 During Year 45 d. Amount Warrants Cancelled During Year 46 e. Amount County Warrants Outstanding End iI 47 of Year 48 f. Amount Trust and Agency Orders Outstanding 49 End of Year 50 g. Error Account 51 in 52 i. I 'I GRAND TOTAL (This Must Check With Grand Total, Page 26) - PAYMENTS—CLASSIFIED BY PURPOSE Table IV—Continued I CAPITAL OUTLAY DETAIL TOTAL 1 Amount Brought Forward From Page 24 I x x x X x x x x 2 Schedule XIV, Continued: j 'r 3 4 517. Stores (Total Amount Paid for Stores 5 During Year) 6 518, Fair Grounds and Buildings 7 519. Fair Equipment 8 9 10 Total County Payments—All Purposes G� Oi1Q 11 7 J 7 12 Schedule XV. TRUST AND AGENCY PAYMENTS. 13 (See Note 3, Page 1) _ 14 15 601. State 16 602. Cities and Towns 17 603. District School Funds 9� Ov 18 604. Irrigation Districts 19 605. Estates 20 606. Redemptions 1 21 607. Coroner / 22 608. District Court Deposits � 23 609. Protested Taxes (T. & A. Portion) 24 610. 25 611. ` �.,rC, � ?L 26 #_612. 27 � v 28 61jr. ,0 '�.J 29 615.i. v 30 616. 31 Total Trust and Agency Payments , 32 33 q 34 N 35 36 37 TOTAL PAYMENTS—ALL PURPOSES p 39 1 RECONCILEMENT 40 I a: Treasurer's Cash Balance at End of Year 153 asq L�� ✓ t-, 41 b. Total Payments, All Purposes, as Above 9$ 42 c. Amount County Warrants Outstanding 43 1- - - Beginning of Year - --- .2 1� G 44 I d. Amount Trust and Agency Orders Out- - 45 standing Beginning of.Year 46 e. Error Account / 48 g. 49 h. ,y�G'.JLIi� .•,_ CY2 �/J�-'y'ho��` oZ 9� 51 52 k- 53 GRAND TOTAL (This Must Check With Grand Total, Page 25) 26 OPERATION OF CASH ACCOUNTS, COUNTY FUNDS ONLY Table V L / i FUND BALANC P.ECEIVED AND TOTALS PAID AND BALANCE July 1, 19.1,.,3. CHARGED CREDITED June 30, 19„f_?-. 1 General Fund �7 �f4.7 2 Road Fund 15, 06 a3/ (/p/7 7t;-3/ ?.5 ] 3 Poor Fund /f 4 Bridge Fund Z y` ,� /2� lf0/ Ao �fa�li 0.7 �J 79p j�fp 5 Sinking Fund Lf �/ 6-1 �Q'1� 9 „ 3 : / /C�� �;t 79O r/J / .6 Bond Interest Fund �p/ tr///q✓f / 41e,7 County Fair Fund 8 High School Fund � �J ��(p .� /9 p �3 1a I y �9 Protested Tax (Co.Portion) / / 3A q /�� /0 �, q 10 Personal Tax Funds / �/ / f / r- 11 Motor Vehicle License Fund � � Q 12 77 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Fund I alances iMust Agredm i Totals Table VI OPERATION OF WARRANT ACCOUNTS, COUNTY FUNDS ONLY i FUND OUTSTANDILqG ISSUED TOTAL REDEEMED OUTSTANI G July 1, 19..--.... AND CHARGED June 30, 19-Y-174 1 General Fund 2 Road Fund pJ 5/'� 3 Poor Fund li.� O?l �� J'�O 7 /e f/ 0 /fJ'1 t� /e�q v 4 Bridge Fund _5" 6 High School Fund 7 County Fair Fund !49 670 O 8 Protested Tax Fund / i/� p 7,91 D O / 7;11 ac,9 Personal Tax Fund ! 10 ✓ ! �-- 12 303 ,5' � o3J 3d0 13 t 14 is 16 .17 18 I LI I TAXES RECEIVABLE (DELINQUENT TAXES) Table VII County Portion, Including Penalty Trust and Agency Portion, Including Penalty -- - -- SS ---_- _.— —REAL - -- PE RS - YEAR CLASS "A" CLASS B' TOTAL COUNTY CLASS "A" CLASS "B' Trust TOTAL a � r COUNTY.- J c ,y� / ✓ .73Jo1b' /v6 o:/Y Y yy 9y� r3 7oaF �o �}0oSo / / 3� .25 q/'� 33/ P �y79i /��/ / �1 rev' •' >fY' l � / � y;G/ +f��o r� � G� �s �f.2-;� 00 ° y3 s 37/ � 3 073 J 1 1 � I i Totals NOTE: Total County Portion carried to County Assets. Page 3, Line 5, Table I-A. Total Trust and Agency Portiton carried to T. & A. Assets, Page 30, Line 5, Table XIL. (Balances must agree with County Treasurer.) LANDS, BUILDINGS AND FURNITURE AND FIXTURES . Table VIII LANDS BUILDINGS A FURNITURE AND FIXTURES -- – -- 1 Court House " b � na: � wl � cQ.r�� / .92s003a 3 /3 7 2 � zr I'.. 3 Pest House - r /D 9 d f ✓' '�� I 4 Poor Farm I s 0 0 0 0 5 County Hi h School 6 Jail at / lv9 00 9/ ��� D 6 ✓r-/s D ,(`2�--�-e��2J /0 0 o d 7 Jail at 8 Jail at y 9 Jail at 1 10 Jail at i 11 C0 tyFair �� e? OOU 0o 900 Oo 12 ' ✓ /�0.2 �� 13 / ��� l PG �� 14 1s 16 17 ! 18 19 Total Carried to Assets, Page 3, Lines 28, 29 and 30. C 28 -.: d_ ✓. _ - r q DETAIL OF BOND ISSUES OUTSTANDING (Note 4, Page 1) Table X mash nvesfinents Original Int. Interest Outstandine Sinking Fund DATE PURPOSE Term Option ''qq i In Sinking Full Amount Issued Rate Payahle June 30, 19.y_e�rr Requirements June 30,19...E . n 57 a� 76a a,) i i i I Total Carr d to Liabilities, ge 4, L me 12. , DEPRECIATION CHARGES (See Note 5, Page 1) Table IX Balance of Dep. Depreciation Net Value of KIND OF ASSETS Book Value Chg. Account Credited Balance Assets of Assets Rate July 1, 19..... Durng Year June 30,19..._ ' une 30,19... }� J 7 y5 syo / /,i? 1?' c)7 �' �a Jt' �W/ 6 no 9Jf 9 lag /Z/ 0,17, J3ob /� o 1-�o i � 3 j!o y 3 7707 7, 3;sa.5 -?.;�� a6 0 �9s 7i y l �.�'v;f7 G i5 � �,�o � 3 39ay � .� i �� 9301 l3 � � r a %v 3 / /6 !� 6 z 5j , - F .5 �SO / �.2�I✓ I /� 2 ,350 69 d o �r��blf� /( (l a 3 Total Depreciation Credited During Current Year y Carried to Table I-B, Page 4. Table XII TRUST AND AGENCY ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ASSETS LIABILITIES 1 Cash r'�r1 �� t/1L 1. Trust and Agency L, P�r 2 f Cash (Protested Tax) K 7 7 Reserves 3 School District Sinking �I Fund Investments jI 4 Land Acquired by Tax Deed i� G 7, tp y (T. & A. Portion) S Taxes Receivable (Table 7a/Z6 2. Trust and Agency VII, Page 28) Orders Outstanding - 6 I1 8 10 (Cash and Tax Balance Must Agree with County Treasurer; Total Assets Total Liabilities �� D _ '10 l � - VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION Table XIII I! ASSESSMENT MADE 19k,3 CLASS OF PROPERTY uFOR PURPOSES OF COUNTY GOVERNMENT Assessed Valuation Taxable Valuation 1 Real Property Jr'�' a9 O U ��.• ��/� �,. 2 Personal Property , 3l ; U 3 Railroad Property �f�.�'3 9 0 4 plephone and Telegraph Property e o7✓` „$9 OO 5 ]mss Companies h� d O/ (o .>-d j 40 $ i��.� 9' � �d'b' 9 10 11 13 14 i 15 l'utal Table XIV COUNTY TAX LEVIES FOR THE YEAR � FOR PURPOSE OR FUND LEVIED Amount of Mills Amount of Taxable Valuation Levied Levies 1 General Fund 6f'� 3J' ad Ii / D.3 .�/ /A5 CIO 2 Road Fund ,3 �37/9� '00 �I ,.,5. / pi7 V d �. 3 Poor Fund z� 4 Bridge Fund / / ?. / O/5 Od 'I Bond Sinking Fund /1;24/1;24 // 773 "6 Bond Interest Fund ,O 7 County Fair Fund 8 10 Total Levies for County Purposes a � I !O 4v TRUST AND AGENCY LEVIES FOR THE YEAR 19$�t__ FOR PURPOSE OR FUND LEVIED Amount of Mills Amount of Taxable Valuation Levied Levies i 1 State GI F und 2 State d:Gy.tJ�,ZB�t(l ^ ? ,�fp� � ,b� • NJ / �O �'� v" Greater University Milla a Fund /l 67 , .�. -- 4 State Livestock Funds (All) �� /a 5 General School Furid n 6- Disfri t Sch 1 Funds � ����� D U A�Below `�� ��a D ,d / fi`O �/S4a od 7 c ool and 8 .t,� 9 � � � .z./ � �B s 10 � t.o?l�a e/) a/vO o O t$o 0 O O 0 o�a� L, 11 12 .'d. d'C) 13, o1w 14 is 16 17 18 � I i 19 DISTRICT SCHOOL LEVIES No. Aims No. Mills No. Mills No. Mills No. Mills :No. Mills 31 REMARKS COUNTY CLERK'S AFFIDAVIT STATE OF MONTANA, ss. County f------- ------ County Clerk in and for the county aforesaid, do solemnly swear at the foregomg egort is a full and true statement of the financial condition of the Count of ---------•°--------------(-(�/C--�/ - - - -- ----------------------------- State of Montana, for the fiscal year ending June 30th, to the best of my knowledge and belief, so help me God. i -- .. ..--•°-- Subscribed and sworn to before me and in my presence this ...... L(.._..._..._.._.. . day f f f �.EAX OF THE E 13hSTRICT rnp e + The above and foregoing report has been examine by the Board of County Commission" ers, and is approved and ordered published. By Order f the Board of County'Commissioners. 19 7 - ` i, Chairman. NOTE—Before submitting to this office, run the copy on ad ing machine to see that there are no errors in copying. 33 —� SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY POLITICAL COMMITTEES, - CANDIDATES AND OTHER PERSONS (See Section 10782 of 1935 Codes) NAME OFFICE Amount NAME OFFICE Amount i i 1 I I i I i 'I I� I i I 1 �', S2 i I, CLERK'S REPORT OF TREASURER'S FINANCIAL STATIONERY JUNE 30, 194 Received from Printer and Delivered to Treasurer Balance Used By Treasurer Balance Balance Previous Report Form Remaining in Hands Nu. with Used of Number Number to Number Total Number to Number . Total ' Clerk Received Number to Number Total Tress. Ha 6 gse / 1( 93 440 f4x s Y570 //� l / o �� �./ ,7o� !/o / !�f0 300 o o ��G 8coo 3�r'S 6 15 &'od p A-)F6 I�! lag ?,f �? /Yr e�°S5 S9S � � r a a'✓r�: - �,� � �� tt3�/ r�© rllW d /V07 /s�G I //.J II J !/.6J ✓ r' 4 //S iav i2 v � Ga 7S/ I / / /ire /�-�-t ms's! /o--�-c ys o �f✓' � �f�c ' �5'rJ .�d3 l ' �.�/" t 6 / /d�''' /�' ,53a /6t-o �f(o� ��� � ✓x"3,2 $.a"C a✓" h��f 9 4,z I '0,. / /o-z 3q53 Jct a ct� txo��s /yke�l ,5 ? .tJ�c a �u ! / �ff"7SG ��6"0 °��o' ��v �/�� ,.l �a< C9�c� :/w I �o`t'd �� s✓�i'�,'. 1"7 4�6 w,� !�6-C- lf � I a NOTE—Account by number of receipts charged and credited and not by any nominal value. COUNTY CLERK'S RECONCILEMENT OF CURRENT TAXES FOR FISCAL TAX YEAR County T. and A. Total Portion Portion 1 To Current Taxes Charged to Co 9 un y Treasurer by County Clerk for the Year 2 Real Estate Taxes 3i.5�1• / �D 9/ G(*!�. •Z/..�i ��'✓r% 3 Personal Property Taxes n 4 TOTAL, ORIGINAL ASSESSMENT ROLL 5 To Additions and Subsequent Assessments: 6 Real Estate Taxes 7 Personal Property Taxes 8 TOTAL ADDITIONS 9 Total Taxes Charged to Treasurer for Year 19--io (Line 4, plusline,8) 1 10 LESS, Cancellations and Deductions: 11 Real Estate Taxes 12 Personal Property Taxes - '' 13 TOTAL DEDUCTIONS ' 2 14 NET AMOUNT OF TAXES FOR COLLECTION _ (Line 9, minus line 13) ✓�,t�34. f ��y ��/ 7O �+2 dj ���✓c e-,1 Net Amount of Taxes for Collection Accounted for as follows: *• 15 By Current Tax Collections: 16 Real Estate Taxes, First Half ,S� ?3 •1¢` +.'��1�� ... G i� ���,;��J,�J, 17 Personal Property Taxes „2. (o L' %p 'rf �.1 �r �,�.I to 18 Real Estate Taxes, Second Half 0, 19 TOTAL CURRENT COLLECTIONS O S 20 By Remaining Unpaid Delinquent Taxes: 21 Real Estate Taxes 22 Personal Property Taxes "" __ o��a 3. /.3.ii___ to L; % ✓ 23 TOTAL DELINQUENT TAXES 24 *Total Current Collections and Delinquent Taxes *(Line 19 plus line 23 and to agree with figures in line 14 /�� /fa/� �f( �/yC i�� �j x�'�J7���/" ve',�l RECONCILEMENT OF DELINQUENT TAXES TO END OF FISCAL YEAR 26 By Delinquent Collections: T 27 Real Estate Taxes: First Half 7G d�Gt -- � ��p - ;; `1'7 28 j Second Half �tf Q. 7�p /(o/, 6 z ,3c 29 Personal Property Taxes /• � 30 TOTAL DELINQUENT COLLECTIONS 17 o- 31 By Delinquent Taxes, June 30: r 32 Real Estate Taxes 33 Personal Property Taxes `y a Z. 216Z 34 TOTAL DELINQUENT TAXES (To agree with entry in Table VII of Clerk's Annual Report) 35 Total Delinquent Collections and Remaining Delinquent Taxes (Line 30 plus Line 34, and to agree with figures -- -�� . ..... .. ._1 . . .-- ICertify that the foregoing Statements ar. Fo c j Cou t Clerk and Recorder.........__ .,iaau...:^.r. County, I