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Wisconsin State Agricultural Society / Transactions of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, including the proceedings of the state agricultural convention held in February, 1885, together with other practical papers
Vol. XXIII (1885)

Miner, Cyrus
Treasurer's report,   p. 19


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TREASURER'S REPORT. 
TIrEASURER'S REPORT. 
To the Officers and Members of the - Wisconsin State Agri- 
cultural Society: 
GENTLEMEN -I hand you herewith report of the financial 
transactions of the year ending December 3, 1884. 
Respectfully submitted, 
CYRUS MIN ER, 
Treasurer. 
AGRICULTURAL RooMs, MADISON, December 16, 1884. 
RECEIPTS. 
Cash  balance on  hand ........................................  $3,012 
01 
Received from state appropriation ........................      2,000 00
Received from sale of tickets .............................    10,892 00
Received from Madison subscription .........................   2,000 00 
Received from rent of grounds ..............................    2,138 85
Received from secretary ...................................     1,283 62
Receive d from secretary for advertising ......................  100 00 
Received from secretary for sale of forage...................    88 14 
Received from R. B. Ogilvie, stall rent .......................  237 00 
$21,251 62 
DISBURSEMENTS. 
Paid premiums..........................................$7,038 47 
Pa;d superintendents and assistants ..........................  1,065 08
Paid marshals, assistants, police and gates ...................  400 25 
Paid incidental expense of board ........    ...............3...  66 81 
Paid freight, express, telegraph, telephone ...................  293 90 
Paid material and labor ..................2,317 69 
Paid prining and advertising ................................   789 10 
Paid secretary's salary, $1,650; clerks, $674 ................... 2,324 66
Paid asst. treas., treasurer's clerks ............................  148 64
Paid hay, straw and grain................       .      ..  .   548 95 
Paid interest, $210; reporter, $185; music, $160...............  505 00 
Paid livery, $183.60; Tenney & Bashford, $150................   333 60
Paid road machine, $131; museum, $30................    .......   161 00
Paid water supply 1883-1884 .................................    236 81 
Paid National Association, $56; herd books. $51.50..............107 50 
Paid dinner tickets 1883, $55.66; 1884, $204.16.................  259 82
Paid miscellaneous, including orders Nos. 16, 54, 66, 256, 261, 
851, 554, 577, 632 ...........................................  79  15 
Paid  orders 1883 ............................................   156  75
Total amount disbursed ................................. $17,133 18 


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