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Order No. 1.
Order No. 2.

Order No. 3.
Order No. 4.

Crom Bowen, Grand Master 1898-99..$ 600 00
T. S. Parvin, Grand Secretary, 1899-
1900

2,000 00
A. N. Alberson, Grand Tyler, 1898-99. 150 00
G. B. Van Saun, Visiting Custodian,
1899-1900

1,200 00
E. C. Blackmar, chairman Board of

Trustees of Grand Charity Fund.. 200 00—$ 4,150 00

Order No. 5.

Order No. 11.

Order No. 12.

Order No. 13.

Order No. 14.

Order No. 15.

II. General Erpen 88.
Thomas Lambert, contingent expense
Grand Master, 1899-1900......

250 00
T. S. Parvin, contingent expense Grand
Secretary, 1899-1900

600 00
N. R. Parvin, salary Deputy Grand
Secretary, 1899-1900

1,200 00
Dr. J. C. W. Coxe, foreign corres-
pondence 1899

200 00
Grand Tyler, sessional expenses, Grand

Secretary and committees sessional
expenses

179 82
Grand Secretary, printing Proceedings, 1,700 00
Binding

125 00
Grand Secretary, postage and express
on Proceedings

300 00
T. S. Parvin, postage and expressage.. 300 00
Stenographic services Grand Secre-
tary's office

500 00-$ 5,354 82

Order No. 16.
Order No. 17.
Order No. 18.

Order No. 19.
Order No. 20.

III. Mileage and Per Diem.
Order No. 31. Pay-roll A-Grand Officers at session. $ 239 92
Order No. 32. Pay-roll B-Expenses of committees
at session

577 68 Order No. 33. Pay-roll C—Special coromittees..

256 12 Order No. 34. Pay-roll D-Grand Custodians at ses. sion

155 60 Order No. 35. Pag-roll E-Mileage and per

diem members

6,288 55-$ 7,537 87

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V. Library Building and Library. Order No. 31. Expenses Library building and Library

.$ 2.416 55—$ 2,416 55 252 45

372 82

Miscellaneou8. Order No. 61. G. B. Van Saun, expense Visiting Custodian

$ Order No. 62. G. B. Van Saun, traveling expenses,

bill rendered as per Code, Sec

tion 2300 Order No. 63. J. T. Carniody, for tubular boiler, and

setting up of same
Order No. 64. Thomas Lambert, expenses
Trustee

.$57 88
R. M. Hunter, expenses Trus-
tee

39 48
W. E. Randall, expenses
Trustee

46 00*Order No. 65. Special order C

300 00

143 36
200 00—$ 1,268 63

RECAPITULATION. Receipts 1899-1900

$47,492 23 Disbursements No. 1

.$4,150 00 Disbursements No. 2

5,354 82 Disbursements No. 3

7,537 87 Disbursements No. 4

4,763 88 Disbursements No. 5

2,416 55 Miscellaneous

1,268 63 Grand Treasurer, one per cent (see Sec. 17, Code). 254 91-$25,746 66 June 1st, 1900, balance cash on hand..

$21,745 57 I certify that the foregoing report is full, true, and correct.

Fraternally submitted,

ORA LEE WRIGHT, Grand Treasurer. KNOXVILLE, IOWA, June 1st, 1900.

FINANCIAL REPORT OF GRAND SECRETARY.

T. S. PARVIN, Grand Secretary, in account with the Grand Lodge of Iowa:

PRINTING For all matters relating to the printing of the Pro dings, etc., the Grand Lodge is respectfully referred to the report of the Committee on Printing.

I. POSTAGE AND EXPRESS. 1899.

Dr. June 8. To order No. 18, postage and express on Proceedings 1899

.$ 300 00 June 8. To order No. 19, postage and express for

office of Grand Secretary and Librarian
for 1899-1900

300 00—$ 600 00

CR.

CONTRA.
1899-1900.
By cash paid at Davenport :

Express on Proceedings U. S. Express Company....$ 132 95
Express on Proceedings Adams Express Company.. 43 42
Postage on Proceedings

20 98--$

197 33

*Returned to treasury of Grand Lodge.

By cash paid at Cedar Rapids :

Postage on Proceedings
Postage on Proceedings
Express on Proceedings, U. S. Express Company..

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By cash overpaid last year, page 336.

$
By cash paid postage (22 vouchers).
By cash paid box rent (5 vouchers).
By cash paid U. S. Express Company (10 vouchers).
By cash paid American Express Company (11 vou.)..

Cash on hand to balance...

$
80 73
161 05

4 60
40 31
33 53—$

320 22

1 76

600 00

$ II. CONTINGENT FUND. 1899.

DR. June 8. To order No. 12, contingent expenses Grand Secretary's office, 1899-1900.

.$ 600 00—$

600 00

Св.

29 03

115 80

32 20

12 50

145 20

49 95

CONTRA. 1899-1900. By cash overpaid by Grand Secretary last report (page 337)

$ By cash paid miscellaneous printing, letter-heads, cir

culars, etc. (8 vouchers) By cash paid printing charters and filling out same

(3 vouchers) By cash paid engrossing resolution and framing (4

vouchers) By cash paid stamped envelopes and check books (8

vouchers) By cash paid printing returns for chartered lodges

(1 voucher)
By cash paid printing returns and blanks for lodges

under dispensation (1 voucher).
By cash paid extra help in office (5 vouchers)
By cash paid typewriter exchange and repairs (2 vou.),
By cash paid traveling expenses Grand Secretary on

official business (1 voucher) ......
By cash paid office supplies (5 vouchers)
By cash paid duplex printer (1 voucher)
By cash paid addressograph list of lodges and type

(2 vouchers)
By cash paid half-tone engravings (1 voucher).
By cash paid Masonic ceremonials and blanks for new

lodges (1 voucher) By cash paid lists of officers of lodges (1 voucher). By cash paid work in reference room, filing old papers,

etc. (1 voucher) By cash paid membership in Commercial Club (1 vou.), By cash paid sundries (1 voucher)

Cash on hand to balance

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$

600 00 87 53 By cash paid electric fan (4 vouchers).

81 FINANCIAL REPORT OF GRAND LIBRARIAN.

T. S. PARVIN, Grand Librarian, in account with the Grand Lodge of Iowa:

LIBRARY AND LIBRARY BUILDING EXPENSE ACCOUNT.

(Expended under the direction of Trustees.) 1899-1900.

Dr.
To order No. 51, expense Library building, as per reso-

lution (page 193, Proceedings 1892), eight and
one-half (842) cents per capita of membership,
three and one-half (314) cents per capita to be
used for Library, balance for Library building...

$ 2,416 55

DIVISION.

For Library
For Library building expense account

$ 995 05
. $1,421 50-$ 2,416 55

FOR LIBRARY. For expense Library, three and one-half (312) cents per capita

.$ 995 05 Amount inexpended last year

188 06- $ 1,183 11

CONTRA. 1899-1900.

CR. By cash paid on new books (49 vouchers)

.$ 320 57 By cash paid periodicals, magazines, serials, and annals (24 vouchers)

146 50 By cash paid binding Proceedings and books (20 vou.), 218 60 By cash paid Library fixtures and supplies, including

large new steel stacks, combination filing cases,
document files, new book cases, etc., etc. (10
vouchers)

239 36
By cash paid expense of special committee in interest
of Library

235 00 By cash paid telephones, telegrams, and messages. 64 10–$ 1,244 13 Cash overpaid to balance

61 02

$ 1,183 11

DR.

FOR LIBRARY BUILDING.
1899-1900.
Balance of appropriation
Unexpended last report
From sale of old iron, etc.

.$1,421 50

223 23
46 77_$ 1,691 50

CONTRA. 1899-1900.

CR. By cash paid heating Library building (8 vouchers)..$ 344 25 By cash paid janitor services for year (14 vouchers). 479 50 By cash paid gas for year (15 vouchers)

2 70 By cash paid water tax on building, sprinkling (3 vouchers)

28 50 By cash paid freight and drayage for year (13 vou),.. 22 68 By cash paid fitting up additional room in basement, painting, wainscoating, etc. (6 vouchers)..

113 06 By cash paid ice for season (1 voucher)...

7 00 By cash paid flowers for vases, grass-seed, and lawn fertilizer (3 vouchers)

11 60

15 93

19 80
14 10
1 45

65 75
20 97
19 00

By cash paid repairs on furniture and overhauling

building (6 vouchers)
By cash paid plumbing and work on closets and pipes

(4 vouchers)
By cash paid repairing locks and hardware (9 vou.)..
By cash paid work on roof cornice (1 voucher)...
By cash paid extra work about building and grounds

(10 vouchers)
By cash paid removing old heating plant, etc. (1 vou.),
By cash paid bronze tablets for corner-stone (1 vou.).
By cash paid repairing screens and sundry items about

building (6 vouchers)
By cash paid tornado insurance (1 voucher)
By cash paid State Library Association (1 vou.).....
By cash paid traveling expenses on official business

(3 vouchers)
By cash paid rugs, carpet-sweeper, brass rods, etc. (7

vouchers)
By cash paid sundry small items (13 vouchers).
By cash paid improvements in building, including steel

ceilings, painting, and papering upper and lower
halls, and papering Grand Master's room, linoleum

for halls, etc. (.. vou.) Amount unexpended to balance

27 63

6 00 14 10

36 30

48 87
19 72

184 05~$ 1,590 49

101 01

$ 1,691 50

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Fern ...

$20 00
20 00
20 00
20 00

J. C. Comstock.
C. B. Hopley
G. W. Patterson
F. B. Le Feber

539

Morro

Total

$90 00

DISPENSATION FEES FOR 1899-1900.

Name of Lodge.

Fee.

By Whom Paid.

Full Moon.
Weston
Meteor
Roman
Mishna
Maple
Cement
Madison

$ 30 00

30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00
30 00

W. B. Nason
A. M. Bowen.
J. E. Francis.
Damon Marsh.
A. L. Schultz
J. F. Rutledge
Luther Reed
J. R. Thomson.

Total

$240 00

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