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COLLEGE ACCOUNTS

FOR THE YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30,

To balance on hand October 1st, 1883..

To State Treasurer on account of Special Appropriations-
Professor's house....

Boiler house and chimney.

Farmers' institutes...

SECRETARY'S ACCOUNT.

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$3,000 00
5,000 00
300 00

3,125 00

350 00 1,000 00 1,945 00

671 00

1,694 50
1,115 50
3,720 00

$100 00
10 75
1 00

$27,402 94
8,385 00

$4,252 65

1,252 33

459 90

800 00

1,295 00

371 97

16 38

74 67

$2,651 86

108 85
340 00
15 00
71 50
6 50

22 78
155 00

1884.

$106 30

21,921 00

111 75

35,787 94

8,522 90

3,371 49
3 88

$69,397 98 427 28

$69,825 26 $69,825 26

SUMMARY OF TREASURER'S REPORT.
E. Longyear in Account with Agricultural College.
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To balance, October 1st, 1883....
To amounts received from State Treasurer and Secretary
of State Board of Agriculture......

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By warrants paid from Oct. 1st, 1883, to Sept. 30, 1884.
By balance to new account Oct. 1st, 1884..

$64,618 71 6,803 54

$71,422 25 $71,422 25

The above is a correct summary of my report to the State Board of Agriculture. E. LONGYEAR, Treasurer.

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Repairs.....

Carpenter shop....

Students' labor, (exclusive of farm and horticultural

departments).

Steam....

Brickyard.

Advertising
Apiary

Chemical laboratory.

$2,024 27
69,397 98

Fish pond..
Ditch tax.
Library..

Zoological classroom.
Botanical classroom..

Cleaning....

Care of buildings.
Engineering department.

Students' fees refunded..

Ice....

Farm department..
Horticultural department..

$2,024 18
965 86
1,555 43

837 12
974 34

1,130 68
357 97

3,567 08

1,580 91

3,772 32

2,460 43

619 26

279 71
20 66

27 62 $20,173 57

24,543 00

1,585 94

2,612 62
438 46
89 79
120 00

1,356 06
1,032 24

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Wells Hall...

Library and Museum building.

Chemical Laboratory.

Botanical Laboratory.

$1,252 33

SUMMARY OF GENERAL INVENTORY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1884.

College Hall..

Williams Hall..

$15,000 00
45,000 00

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$437 60
205 72
421 72
21 87
1 44
49 23

112 50

225

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BUILDINGS.

$17,469 50

10,794 30

9,880 51

4,548 40

638 48

750 00

452 78

6,356 75

426 80

345 42 264 11

$367,417 35

SALARIES.

The salaries of the College officers during the year were as follows:

President, $3,000.00; one professor, $2,000.00; seven professors, $1,800.00 each; one at $1,000.00; one assistant, $800.00, and one, $600.00; secretary, $1,500; assistant secretary, librarian, farm foreman, and engineer, $600.00 each; florist, $743.00; foreman on horticultural department. $750.00.

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The buildings for which appropriations were made by the Legislature of 1883 have been completed, at very nearly the amounts appropriated therefor. The amount appropriated for " repairs of buildings," though seemingly large, was not in excess of what was found to be necessary. The college buildings as a whole, however, are in better condition now than they have been in many years.

Several of the special appropriations have, at the close of the fiscal year, unexpended balances. During the three months yet remaining of the calendar year these balances will be mostly expended, under the direction of the Board, by the several departments to which these appropriations were made.

We shall probably close the calendar year with a small balance to the credit of the current expense fund.

COLLEGE LANDS.

The following tables, for which we are indebted to the courtesy of the Commissioner of the State Land Office, show the sales of college lands during the year, also the number of acres of these lands vacant, September 30th, 1884, and the counties in which they are located.

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