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Appleton Post Crescent (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Appleton, Wisconsin Appleton Post Crescent wednesday june 23,1921 Page five auditor s report City of Appleton to the honorable mayor and common Council of the City of Appleton. We Conan. Gentlemen in compliant with the Resolution adopted by your honorable body. I have made a careful examination of the books and record of the various depart ments under your control for the fiscal year ended March 31. 1820, and 1 hereby sub Mit a report thereon. Kii ported by various schedules and hereby certify that the books and records were found Correct with All funds and securities properly accounted for and verified. Respectfully submitted. Edgar Kuemmel. April 15. 1920. Schedule a. General. Fund surplus account. Deficiency of Revenue 1910-1911 $14.313.89 excess of Revenue 1911-1912 excess of Revenue 1412-1913 excess of Revenue 1913-1914 deficiency of Revenue 1914-1916 18.s67.m excess of Revenue 1915-1916 excess of Revenue 19161917 la lick Finicy of Revenue w17-1418 42.9c2.0s excess of Revenue 1918-1919 of dollars. $3.006.46. Firemen s pension fund five Hundred eighty nine and 16-100 dollars. $589.16. Police pension fund two Hundred sixteen and 35-160 dollars. $216.36. Water works fund Twenty one thousand six Hundred ninety six and 65-100 dollars. T21.c96.66. Interest on water works Bonds two Hundred forty seven and 80-100 dollars. $247.50. Fred e. Bachmann. Treasurer ninety six and 4s-Mo dollars $96.45.signed. First National Bank. " l. O. Wissman. Cashier. Schedule h. City clerk receipts. Taxes City s proportion of tax warrant $448,018.80 City s proportion of income tax 39.8s4.4" water works taxes 4,518.00 collection fee delinquent tax 236.28 collection fee a. W. Delinquent 9.78 personal property tax recovered s3.5 s2.750.90 licenses electric Light and Street by 13.720.29 Telephone 3.370.83 liquor 6.040.00 chauffeurs 260.00 cigarettes 5-�� schedule d. City treasurer receipts. Tax warrant general fund High school fund Library fund vocational school fund county treasurer state tax 40.684.94 state loan 1.81.67 special state charge 1.498.60 county tax vb.326.1s special charge 15.654.62 illegal 58.33 county school tax 18,334.68 $971.983.60 $971.983.60 $448,018.80 70.000.00 8.000.00 15.964.68 Street Imp. Bonds and int income tax surtax water works delinquent school District no. 1 20,000.00 school District no. 2 33,000.00 school District no. 3 19.000.00 school District no. 4 17.000.00 school tax District no. 1 3.546.45 District no. 2 5.502.50 District no. 3 8.505.80 District no. 4 2,776.10 county school tax District no. 1 3,198.24 District no. 2 4.962.24 District no. 3 7.670.66 District no. 4 2.503.54 High school fund vocational school fund vocational school building fund teachers retirement fund Library fund firemen s pension fund police pension fund water works fund Bills payable licenses permits water works interest on Bonds general fund departmental general fund miscellaneous High school loan 26.000.00 interest on High school loan 283.13 interest on Bank balances 7,015.91 water works taxes 4.518.00 water works fund delinquent Over run on taxes income tax additional Cert 67.69 personal property tax recovered 63.57 collection fee water works 79.78 collection fee taxes 236.28 municipal court fees 234.00 instruction of deaf 2,591.39 187.398.97 4.061.74 141.981.93 102.931.26 2.376.05 89.000.00 1.089.723.43 20.330.85 18.334.68 29.379.84 39.055.92 3.679.48 168.70 3.010.76 1.456.58 100.120.43 113,000.00 24.470.62 1.122.00 20.880.00 18,374.00 41,089.75 total receipts schedule e. City treasurer disbursements. Orders redeemed 1.505,161.90 general fund Bank Loans water works fund High school fund Library fund i Emen s pension cd. Police pension fund vocational school fund orders redeemed. Vocational bldg. Fund orders redeemed. Teachers ret Rem t cd. Orders redeemed " surer school District no. 1 26.744.g9 treasurer school District no. 2 43.464.74 treasurer school District no. 3 35.176.46 treasurer school District no. 4 22.279.64 orders redeemed. Orders redeemed. Orders redeemed. Orders redeemed. Orders redeemed. In Rote tax 30% to state and county 17,071.92 offsets 84.686.50 delinquent 21284 cancellation 243.89 $152,866.97 113.000.00 93.659.06 94.789.45 6.706.92 1.537.36 3.244.91 58.341.40 22.683.51 965.16 127.665.53 102.215.15 Flinty treasurer state county county school and special 187.398.97 surtax 102,931.26 290,330.28 general fund personal property tax held real estate cancelled special tax cancelled or Sonny property tax cancelled error in tax warrant 721.40 641.06 725.78 777.49 593.18 3.35891 Street improvement Bonds Coupon paid 3.944.39 Coupon received for taxes 109.54 4.053.93 water works interest coupons on Bonds 21.195.00 delinquents ,. 2.308.20 collection fee 5% 67.85 23.571. Total disbursements 1,397,929.54 schedule f. City treasurer balances. Tin in Nee april 1. 1919. Cash investment total fund 201.339.51 1 vary fund 3,781 so Bernry endowment fund teachers High school fund 20.671.40 a Chris retirement fund 62.56 or school fund 6.226.26 vocational building fund 19.004.03 i Emen s pension fund 686.93 police pension fund w to to works fund16,175.28 it act improvement certificate 46.38 on water works Bonds 662,60 2s9.660.83 600.00 16.fi99.26 7.037.65 24.s38.s1 1,505.161.90 i i mind cents $1.798,949.64 1,397,09.64 r. Noral fund 317.9sfi.s8 Library fund 6,249.0 Library endowment fund 100.00 ism. 1393 1406 1473 1478 1492 1497 1498 1500 1501 1584 1586., 1626 k27., 1628. 1629. 1630., Wjk a 18.76 3.58 3.20 3.72 3.60 2.89 1.86 1.40 2.00 7.14 1.00 5.00 1.78 8.97 6160 1633 to 1829 13,447.42 1&g94.87 sh7.9s6.6scity treasurer s balance schedule k. City clerk firemen s pension fund. Balance april 1. 1919 receipts 1% wages $ 274.92 state fire insurance tax 1.861.66 interest on bom 847jj interest on Bank balances26.89 disbursements $ 17.386.19 3.010.76 20i39195 1.637.36 shows poolroom dance Bill Board junk dealer paddlers secondhand dealers milk dealers walk builders scavengers sewer pipe layers taxi miscellaneous 305.00 186.50 375.00 43.00 225.00 64.00 40.00 174.00 16.00 10.00 40.00 145.00 12.00 permits departmental. Bank Loans High school Loans miscellaneous municipal court fees 234.00 interest on High school loan 283.13 interest on Bank balances 7.015.91 instruction of deaf 2.591.39 24,470.62 1.122.00 18.374.00 113.000.00 26.000.00 10.124.43 $685,841.95 credits total receipts schedule i. City clerk departmental. Executive debits mayor and Council $ 5,820.30 finance and accounts treasurer. 2,498.13 City clerk 2.223.31 assessors 1.355.85 auditing 250.00 Legal City attorney 1.945.63 elections regular 476.85 special 1,411.68 primaries 342.33 engineering City Engineer 4.648.62 15.73 inspection 1,210.00 Public buildings and grounds City halt 4.489.43 492.08 Stock fair grounds 1.780.46 73.00 Street department buildings 1.914.05 Protection life and property police department 23.796.84 173.81 fire department. 30.148.23 39.70 signal system 2,043.70 sealer weights and measures 1.113.40 1.00 hydrant rental 19.000.00 charities and corrections office of superintendent 817.75 poor general 3.030.60 2,617.35 poor farm 3,389.52 health and sanitation commissioner of health 4.511.42 98.15 contagious diseases 901.18 Hospital 2,742.16 6.59 sewage and drainage 1.963,12 education Secretary of school Board 327.60 recreation Parks 4.366.80 10.26 celebrations. 2.397.74 swimming Pool 481.99 highways and Bridges superintendent of streets 6.031.28 Street lighting 26.771.11 69.26 Street sprinkling 668.76 Street Flushing 2,079.15 Street oiling 7.602.14 Street cleaning 20,976.44 Street equipment 6,973.22 100.0. Street repairs 21.866.98 601.10 crosswalk repairs. 227.82 sidewalk repairs 997.71 Road rollers 1.114.11 Bridges 4.162.91 3.522.79 culverts h-31 improvements streets 21.335.35 2,500.00 crosswalks 781.26 sidewalks 2j98.93 sewers and drains 20.229.79 231.72 trunk sewer 74,484.97 141.49 Sale of land and building 7.680.00 $349.908.73 $ 18.374.00 schedule i a. City clerk disbursements. Classification operation maintenance outlays totals salaries and wages $108.443.15 $ 9.724.48 $37.191.86 $155.359.49 teaming 3,962.02 10.299.09 1.203.99 16.465.10 freight and express 2.667.89 178.55 4,052.67 6,899.11 printing and stationery 640.04 640.04 advertising and publication 780.80 780.80 rent and insurance 1.487.50 1.487.50 other office expense 1.597.20 1,597.20 heat and fuel 4,046.33 4.046.33 ought 18.441.20 18,441.20 water 19,768.49 19,768.49 stable and garage 4,083.43 4.083.43 provisions and Board 2,487.93 2,487.93 dry goods and clothing 300.96 300.95 janitor laundry supplies 601.72 601.72 general supplies 9,006.53 2.844.60 4,898.36 16.749.49 contract obligations 2.610.00 2.812.50 48.198.08 63,620.58 direct financial Aid 1,122.74 6.247.97 40.308.66 47.679.37 material departmental totals $181,947.92 $32,107.19 $135.863.62 $549,908.73 miscellaneous error in tax warrant personal property tax held tax rebates Bonds paid interest employment Agency police pension fund. 1% licenses refunded loan to High school vocational school superintendent of schools truant officers equity in water works Agency account instruction of deaf Loans paid schedule j. City clerk balance. Balance april 1, 1919 receipts 693.18 721.40 6.488.17 25.000.00 1,787.61 147.2$ 130.16 3,355.00 26,000.00 10.000.00 1,409.04 677.78 25,047.11 2.7s1.j7 113,600.00 $565,937.69 disbursements 6k.84ij6 s87d,348.� ssc.ib7j9 balance March 31. 1920 outstanding orders no. 1277. 12,6 smjio.7i balance March 31. 1920 schedule l. City clerk police pension fund. Balance april 1. 1919receipts 1% wages officers fees municipal court dog licenses 1% licenses Bonds interest on Bank balances marshal fees disbursements 207.95 114.35 490.00 130.16 298.75 21.68 156.20 1.418.08 10.461.41 3.207.4 balance March 31, 1920 schedule m. High school fund. Balance april 1. 1919 receipts tax warrant $ 70,000.00 state aids 416.12 town tuition 2,486.00 Loans 26,000.00 interest on Bank balances 326.79 Sale of material 63.80 refunds 99.379.84 disbursements 119t799.3 96,304.99 Nch Cotton fire Lwe. It will Al of Nec Essary to equip the Hook and ladder atm with new tires soon. An american la France triple Combina Tion car. Pump Hose and chemical a been bought and will be delivered in May. In conclusion. 1 wish to thank his Hon r. The mayor and Cou acumen. The poll and fire commissioners. Also the of floor and members of the fire department and police for the kind and courteous treat ment that i have received from them Dur no the past year. Respectfully submitted. George p. Mcmillan. Fire court to his Honor the mayor and common Council. Gentlemen i herewith submit my an Nual report of the year ending March 31st. 1920. In my try out work you will notice that the number of Short weight packages i very Small compared to the amount that Are Correct or about a. It Al of show the constant need of frequent inspection. That it May up we than reasonable limit. In regard to coat the shortage a due. M nearly every Case to the scale not working right due to ice and Snow bind ing the live parts of the scale. In every Case the dealers made Good. Thanking you for assistance Given me la the past i am. Respectfully your. Jos. A. Hodzins. Sealer of weights and measure. Annual report of City sealer. For year ending March 31st. 1920. Complaints investigated 24 assisted Merkel with milk test Sam Ples 511 time spent with milk inspector33 Day record of All inspections business places inspected 28s business places re inspected 48 record of Scales weights and measure inspected Scales inspected 642 Scales re inspected 39 681 Scales found Correct 617 Scales condemned for repairs 17 Scales condemned 8 642 Scales adjusted 161 measures inspected measured found Correct 608 measures found incorrect 21 balance March 31. 1920 outstanding orders no. 601 618 664 667 12.60 14.96 610.00 116.18 13.70 $ 24.494.35 667.44 City treasurer s balance schedule n. Vocational school fund. Balance Aprl 1. 1919 receipts tax warrants $15.964.68 state and Federal Aid 9.878.38 Loans 16,000.00 interest on Bank balances 101.64 Sale of supplies 1.77l08 City of Appleton 10,000.00 loan from building fund 2.500.00 $ 25,161.7 $ 6,326.26 55.215. _. $61,542.02disbursements orders 68,341.40 interest on Loans 195ll6 68,536.56 balance March 31, 1920 schedule o. " Library fund. Balance april 1, 1919 receipts tax warrant800000 rentals 83.23 interest on endowment funds i i 26.09 interest on Bank balances 6047 disbursements $ 3.005.4 $ 3.403.4c 8,168.7 $ 11,572.1 6,329.02 balance March 31. 1920 annual report of plumbing inspector. To the honorable mayor and common Council. Gentlemen i herewith submit the Fol lowing report for the year from april 1st. 1919. To april 1st. 1930, showing in de Tail the number of inspections made and the number of fixtures connected to our present sewer system. During the period from March 1st. 1919, to August 1st. 1919. Alt inspections were made by George Welse. Fixtures connected water closets 349 Wash basins 247 sinks 199 Bath tubs 177 floor drains 174 urinal 9 conductors 17 drinking fountains 4 laundry tubs 7 Slop sinks 6 1.1s9 the permits issued number from 1287 to 1687. Inclusive the amount accruing to the City of Appleton for inspections being 1892.50. Which amount has been paid to the City treasurer. Respectfully submitted. John h. Bauer plumbing inspector. Annual report of inspector for sewer. Water and Gas services and conduits. To his Honor the mayor and Council. Gentlemen i herewith submit the Fol lowing report for the year beginning april St. 1919. And ending april 1st. 1920. The Otal number of permits issued to open teaches in streets during the year for the purpose of installing or repairing ser Icea from the Mains to the property was is follows sewer 142 water 262 Gas 145 639 the work done under All the above per flt was completed in a satisfactory Man Ner and accepted. During the period from March int. 1919, to August 1st. 1919, All in be colons were made by George Welse. The total amount of fees collected in this department was As follows 3ewer�129 permits g $2.00 $268.00 Ewers repaired13 permits @ $1.00 13.00 water services repaired6 permit � $1.00 6.00 contract services water236 permit & $1.00 235.00 extended water services from curb to property. 12 permits � $1.00 12.00 total $523.00 respectfully submitted. John h. Bauer. Plumbing inspector. To the honorable mayor and common Council and police and fire commissioners of the City of Appleton. Gentlemen i have the Honor of submit Ini to you my nineteenth annual report f the fire department for the year end no March 31st, 1920. During the year there was 127 fire alarms to which the depart nent responded108 Telephone 19 Box

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