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SUMMARY.

APPROPRI- EXPEND-
ATION.

ED.

a New building..
6 Fuel house, etc..
Stone walk..
c Library and steam apparatus.
d Furniture...
e Repairs and fitting.
f In aid of income.

$ 30,000.00 $ 30,443.29

2,275.00 2,771.59

425.00 4,000.00 4,969.32 2,100.00 2,059.46 1,200.00 1,592.79 10,000.00 10,000.00

$ 50,000.00 $ 51,836.45

The amount expended over the amount appropriated was taken from a balance of cash on hand at the time the appropriations were made.

Comparing the above with the report we find that making up an account to accord with the subdivisions of the act making the appropriations causes an apparent differenceSchedule B.....

$ 2,771.59 Schedule C.....

4,969.32 $ 7,740.91 Deducting these last items of schedule C, which were not inincluded in contract....

203.55

$ 7,537.36

There is exactly what the report shows in its first item.
Adding the amount deducted above.....
To contract in schedule D, for book cases..
And movable cases in gallery

203.55 947.00 67.32

There is as in report...

$1,217.87

Repairs to hospital, $319.58, as per report, is made in schedule E, $437.56. As was found in itemizing accounts upon a different basis that part of the work included in the report as general repairs contained work alone on hospital to the amount of $117.98, which added to $819.58 gives $437.56.

The reason for including this item in general repairs lies in the fact that the work was not done under contract, but by the day, and the work of the carpenter was broken necessarily between this work and other work which he was doing.

A thorough examination of the bills so rendered has led to the transfer of the amount stated above.

In the work the Board have considered the University Incidental Fund and the appropriation of $1,200 for repairs as but one fund for general repairs, and have drawn upon it for all work not done by contract. The separation is made in this itemized report.

OF THE

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL

AT

CEDAR FALLS, IOWA.

School Years 1881-2 and 1882-8.

PRINT ED BY ORDER OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,

DES MOINES:
GEO. E. ROBERTS, STATE PRINTER.

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