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THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN: FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2J, 1902.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION (Continued From Sixth Pace.) lion live hundred thousand (2,500.000) shares, of one dollar (tl) each. The stock shall be issued and paid in, and at such times, and uion sucb, condi tions as the board of directors may from time to time direct: but all shares shall be issued fully paid and non-assessable. ARTICLE iy. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be when these articles are filed In the office of the county recorder in said county of Mar icopa, in said Territory of Arizona, and when a certified copy of said articles are also filed with the secretary of the Territory, and it shall continue the full statutory period of twenty-five (25) year? thereafter. Article V. The management of the business of this corporation is hereby vested in a, board of seven (7) directors, being shareholders herein. The said board of directors shall le elected by and from the stockholders of this corpora tion, at their annual meeting, and said board shall serve for one (1) year, and until their successors are elected and iiualified. Until the annual meeting: of the stockholders hereof in the year 1903 the following named persons shall con stitute the board of directors, to-wit: M. 15. Coburn. St. Louis, Missouri. George K. Maxwell. Minneapolis, Minnesota. e. S. Dudley, Chicago. Illinois. G. M. Jeffrey, New Lennox. Illinois. M. Miller, Minneapolis. Minnesota. J. IC. Miller, Manhattan, Kansas. John X. Greer, Minneapolis, Minne sota. Article VI. The officers of "this corporation shall consist of a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, assistant sec retary and treasurer and manager. The offices of secretary and treasurer may be held by the same person, and the offices of assistant secretary and treasurer may be held by the same per son. All officers shall be chosen by the board of directors annually from the stockholders of the said corporation Thefirst officers of the corporation shall be elected by the board of directors at its first meeting, which shall be held as soon as practicable after the Incorpora tion thereof, and shall hold office until the first annual meeting of said corpo ration and until their successors are elected and qualified. ARTICLE VII. The highest amount of indebtedness or liability to which this corporation may at any time be subject shall be the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000). ARTICLE VIII. The private property of the stock holders of this corporation shall be exempt from the corporate debts of the corporation. ARTICLE IX. , These articles of incorporation mav be amended at any annual meeting of .e corporation or at any special .' meeting of the shareholders especially 'called for that purpose by a major ity vote of the stock then issued and outstanding;, except the capital stock of this company shall not be increased unless by a vote of ninety-five (05) per cent of the stock then issued and out standing. ARTICLE X. The board of directors may appoint one or more vice-presidents, one or more assistant treasurers, and one or more assistant secretaries; and the persons so appointed shall have and exercise the powers to the extent pro vided in the by-laws. ARTICLE XI. The board of directors shall have power to appoint an auditing; commit tee and an executive committee and all necessary attorneys, engineers and agents of the corporation, and to es tablish and amend by-laws and regu lations for the management of the company's business, and for the con duct of its meetings not inconsistent with the law and these articles. ARTICLE XII. If any director shall cease to b-? a shareholder of the corporation he shall thereby cease to be a director, and any vacancy in the board of directors from this or any other cause shall be filled by the remaining members of the beard. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals this 5th lay of February. A. D.. 1902. In the presence of C. Anderson, A. C. Knowles. M. C. MILLER. (Seal) CKOIKiK K. MAXWELL, (Seal) JOHN X. OriEKIi, (Seal) M. II. COBURN. (Seal) State of Minnesota. County of Hennepin, ss. Before me, Clarence A. Webber, a No tary Publi--. in and for the County of Hennepin. State of Minnesota, on this day personally appeared M. C. Miller, Vjorge E. Maxwell. John N. Greer and M. It. Coburn, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and ac knowledged to me that they and each of them executed the same for the pur pose anu consideration therein ex pressed. Given under my hand and seal of office, this 5th day of February, A. D.. 1!"'2. My commission expires on the 12th day of October. 1!MI4. CLARENCE A. WEBBER. (Notarial Notary Public, Hennepin Seal.) County, Minnesota. NOTARY" CERTIFICATE. State of Minnesota. County of Hennepin, ss. , I. C. N. Dickey. Clerk of the District Court for the County of Hennepin, Fourth Judicial District of the State of Minnesota, the same being a court of record and having a seal, do hereby certify that Clarence A. Webber whose name is subscribed to the certificate of proof or acknowledgment of the an nexed instrument, was. at the time of taking such proof or acknowledgment, a Notary Public, in and for said county, residing In said county, and duly authorized by the laws of said state to take and wrtify acknowledg ments or proof of deeds of lands in said state, that I am well .ictia inted with the handwriting of said Notary, and verily believe that the signature to the said certificate or proof or acknowledg ment is genuine. In Testimony Whereof. I huve here unto set my hand andaiTixed theseal of said District Court, . at the City of Min neapolis. In said County, this 6th day of February. A. D.. 1!I02. C. N. DICKEY. Clerk. . Dy A. J. BWITZER, Deputy. Filed and recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Maricopa County, Arizona, February 19, 1902, at 9:50 a. m., in tiooK 9 of Incorporations, at page . iled and recorded In the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Ari zona. February 19. 1902. at 2:30 p. m. First publication Feb. 21. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF THE American Duchess oil COMPANY. District Court. Hennepin Countv - Minnesota. Seal. Know All Men by These Presents That we, the undersigned, have thi! any voluntarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of forming and 'becoming a corporation under the laws of the Territory of Arizona. and in that behalf and to lhat end we do hereby aoopt anu duly execute the followln: Articles of Incorporation, and do there by and herein declare and certify as ioiiows, 10-wit: I. That the name of this corporation shall be the American Duchess Oil Company, and that its principal plnce of transacting business shall be nnd is in the City and County of San Fran cisco, ftate of California, and that It snail have branch offices at Paxton, rora t ounty. State of Illinois, and also at Phoenix. Maricopa County. Terrl tory of Arizona: and that the names of its incorporators are: James E. Kerr. Henry H. Davis. Charles F. O'Brien. Milton M. Davis. Fred Rothman. Thomas C. Trldel and M. A. O'Brien, of the City and County of San Fran cisco, State of California, and H. M. Dawes and Frank D. Lane of Phoenix. Maricopa County. Territory of Arizona. II. The general nature of the busi ness proposed to be transacted by this corporation is the securing and acquir ing by purchase, gift, demise or other wise, the ownership, possession and right, title and Interest of. in and to all oil lands and mineral lands. aad other lands and real estate and mining claims, real nnd personal property, by location, purchase, bond or lease of the same and otherwise: and the disposal of the same by sale, lease or bond or otherwise, and to sell shares of the cap ital rock of this corporation, the de velopment of lands and property by sinking wells and shafts and otherwise, and by driving of tunnels and drifts, and the erection of buildings, hoists, derricks, warehouses, factories, fur naces, refineries, engines, machinery, power houses and mills, and other structures necessary to the proper con duct of the business of this corpora tion, and acquiring and construction of trams, tram-ways and other roads and pipes, pipe-lines, flumes, ditches, and every other thing necessary to the proper conduct of the business of this corporation: to hold stock In other cor porations: to appoint such subordinate agents and officers as the business of this corporation may require: to hold and own, manufacture and oerate. improve and develop lands, mining claims, mineral rights, oil and gas wells, and other real and personal property and interests nnd rights In any of said properties: the buying and selling of merchandise, oils, minerals. metals, timber, lumber and agrlcuU tural productions: to engage in and carry on the business of boring and ex ploring for. producing, refining, distill ing, treating, manufacturing. ' piping. carrying, handling, storing and dealing in, buying and selling oils, petroleum. natural gas, asphaltum. bitumen, bi tuminous rock, and other minerals, hydro-carbon substances and products of any and all such substances, and for such purposes to buy or otherwise ac quire, hnld and own. manage and op erate refineries, pipe-lines, tanks, tank manufactories. machinery, wharfs. tanks and tank ears, and steam and sailing vessels for water transportation, and other works or appliances that may be incident or auxiliary to the business, or that may be deemed nec essary and convenient by the Board of Directors: to operate, establish and carry on agencies, offices, storage tanks and houses: to sell articles produced and products manufactured by this or other corporations, persons, firms in Arizona Territory, or other states and territories of the 1'nlted States of America, and In foreign countries: the production and generation of steam, electricity, pas and other agencies and means of lighting, heating and motive ixiwer, and the using, selling, renting. leasing, bonding and otherwise dlspos- ing of the same: to do a general real estate and mercantile business: to own and control letters patent and inven thins: and the doing and performing of any and all other acts not tnconsist ent with the laws of the Territory of Arizona, made and provided for the government of corporations. III. The amount of the capital stock of this corporation shall be Two Mil lion (12.000.000) dollars, divided into Two Million (2.000.000) shares of the par value of one ($1.00) dollar each: each fully paid up and forever non-assess able: and that there shall be issued Im mediately after this incorporation Is formed and created, one (1) share of the said capital stock of said corpora tion. to each of the individuals named above as incorporators of this com pany: said stock so issued to these In divlduals being fully paid up by them and each of them, and that said stock and that all stock to be hereafter Issued by this corporation and Directors and officers thereof, shall be non-assessable for any purpose whatever: and that all of said stock shall be paid for immedi ately when issued by this corporation and upon delivery to the purchasers thereof. Among the powers of this body corporate shall be: To have per petual succession: to sue and be sued by its corporate name: to. have com mon seal and alter the same at pleas ure: to prescribe the mode of making transfers of stock or interests of its stockholders: to make contracts: to ac quire and transfer property of every kind and description, both real and per sonal, and to possess ine same powers In such respects as private individuals now enjoy: to establish by-laws and make all rules and regulations deemed expedient for the management of Its affairs, not inconsistent with the laws and constitution of the United States and the laws of the Territory of Ari zona. IV. The time of the commencement of this corporation shall be the date of the filing of these Articles ot Incor poration in the oifice of the Secretary of Arizona, and the termination thereof shall be twentj-fiva (25) years there after. V. The affairs of this corporation shall be oonducted in accordance with the by-laws established by the Hoard cf Directors to be clei led uunuully by the stockholders of this company, said annua election shall be held on the fourth Tuesday of August of each year; the present Board being elected as soon after the adoption of these Articles of Incorporation as a meeting- of . such stockholders can be convened, the pres ent Board serving until the next annual election, or until their successors are qualified. No person Is eligible to be a Director who is not a stockholder thereof, and any Director ceasing to be a stockholder the office at once becomes vat-ant and may be filled by the Board of Directors at their next meeting. , VI. The highest amount of indebted ness or liability direct or contingent to which this corporation Is at any time to subject Itself or may incur for any purpose shall not exceed over Ten Thousand ($10,000) Dollars. VII. The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from and not liable in any case for any of the debts created by this corporation. VIII. The Hoard of Directors of this eorioratlon at the time of Its oiaraniza tion shall consist of nine (9) members, who shall have tower to elect the President. First Vice-President. Sec ond Vice-President. Secretary and As sistant Secretary, from their own num ber: also to make by-laws rules and regulations necessary to carry Into execution the affairs of this company: nothing shall be Inconsistent with the laws of the United States or the Ter ritory of Arizona. In Witness Whereof. We have here unto set our hands and seals this Twenty-fifth day o January, Nineteen Hundred and two. Names of Amount Incorporators. Shares. Stock. James E. Kerr One One Dollar Henry H. Davis One One Dollar ('has. F. O'Brien One One Dollar Milton M. Davis One One Dollar Fred Rothman One One Dollar T. C. Tridel One One Dollar M. A. O'Brien One One Dollar H. M. Dawes One One Dollar Frank D. Line One One Dollar Slate of California, City nnd County of San Francisco, ss. Before me. N. E. W. Smith, a Notary Public in and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of California. Cn this day personally appeared James K. Kerr, Henry H. Davis. Charles F. O'Brien. Milton M., Davis, Fred Roth man. Thomas C. Tridel and M. A. O'Brien, known to me to be the persons and each of them whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and they and each of them acknowl edged to me that they and each of them executed the same for the purpose and considrration therein expressed. In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my otllclal seal t the City and County of San Fran cisco. State of California, this Twenty eighth day of Januury. 1902. (Notarial Seal.) N. E. W. SMITH. Notary Public In and for the County of San Francisco. State of I California. : My c ommission expire September 21st. 1803. , Territory of Arizona. j County of Maricopa, ss. j Before me. William English, a Notary Public In anil for said County, on this! day. personally appeared H. M.' Dawes, and Frank D. Iine. each known to me to be the persons and each of them "whose names are subscribed to the foreiroing Instrument, and they and each of thein and they and each of j them acknowledged to me that they i and each of them executed the same j for the purpose and consideration i therein expressed. I In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto ' set my tiand and affixed niy official seal I at Phoenix. Maricopa County. Territory of Arizona, this 31st day of January. J 1902. j (Notarial Seal.) j WILLIAM ENC.LISH. j Notary Public In and for Mari- j copa County. Territory i of Arizona. My commission expires March 19. 1904. Territory of Arizona, County of Maricopa, ss. I. B. F. McFull. County Recorder In and for the County and Territory aforesaid, hereby certify that I have compared the foregoing copy with the original Articles of Incorporation of the American Duchess Oil Company, filed and recorded in my office on the 31st day of January. 1902. in Book No. 9 of Incorporations at Page , and that the same Is a full, true and correct copy of such original and of the whole thereof. Witness my hand and seal of office, this 31st day of January, 1902. (Seal.) B. F. McFALL. County Recorder. By A. S. ARTHUR. Deputy. Filed and recorded In the office of the Secretary of the Territory of Arizona this 31st day of January. A. D. 1902. at 2 p. m. ISAAC T. STODDARD. Secretary of Arizona. First publication Feb. 21. 10 2 Fletcher M. Doan, . sal- ary and expense ai judge of Second Judicial Dist.. Ariz., fourth quar ter of 1901 11 2 Webster Street, salary and expense as judge of Third Judicial Dist.. Ariz., fourth quarter, of 1901 375.00 12 2 Richard E. Sloan, salary and expense as Judge of fourth Judicial Dist., Ariz., fourth quarter, liHJl 13 2 N. O. Murphy, governor. v expenses of governor for third quarter of fiscal year beginning July 1, 1901 187.50 14 2 Sunset Telephone Co., use or phones in gov ernor's and auditor's offices. Jan.. 1902 9. GO 19 2 Arizona Pub. Co.. pub lishing proclamation of reward . 6.00 24 3 The Argus, subscription territorial liberary. two years ending Jaw. 1, 1903 25 3 Southwest Stockman. Farmer and Feeder, subscription territorial library, one year 26 3 Prescott Morning, Courier. subscription territorial library, ono year 10.00 27 8 The Guardian Pub. Co., publishing Thanksgiv ing proclamation 10.00 28 16 St. Johns Herald, pub lishing Thanksgiving proclamation , 10.00 29 16 Daily Enterprise, sub scription, territorial li brary, one year ending May 1. 1902 5.00 30 16 The Guardian Pub. Co- subscription territorial library to Jan. 1. 1902 4.50 31 16 The Flagstaff Gem. sub scription territorial li brary, one year ending Dec 31. 1901 2.50 45 17 Wm. Hattlch. pro- , tirletor. subscription to territorial library, on" year ending Jan. 1. 1902 10.00 47 27 The St. Johns Herald., subscription territorial library, two years end ing Dec. 31. 1902 5.00 GENERAL FUND Fraragraph 2993. R. S. of 1901. 33 17 34 17 35 17 36 17 17 17 .40 38 17 33 17 40 17 41 17 42 17 43 17 44 17 15 2 16 LIST OF WARRANTS ISSUED BY THE TERRITORIAL AUDITOR DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY. 1902. GENERAL FUND. Act No. S (Appropriation Bill), Laws of 1901. No. Date 1 2 W. F. Nichols, salary. territorial auditor, month of Dec. 1901 1 150.00 2 2 K. J. Bennitt. selarv. citizen member board of control, month of Dec., 1901 150.00 3 2 T. W. Pemberton. salary territorial treasurer, month of Dec. 1901 83.33 4 2 C. F. A ins worth, salary and expense as attor nery general, month of Dec, 19"1 .. 100.00 5 -2 Isaac T. Stoddard, sal ary, territorial librarian, monlh.of Dec. 1901...... 50.00 6 2 Sims Ely. salary, private secretary to the gov ernor, month of Dec. 1901 125.00 7 2 F. D. Lane, extra clerical services rendered audit or's office, month of Dec. 191 ' 25.00 8 2 Wm. English, salary, as sistant territorial secre tary, month of Dec, 1901 - 100.00 9 2 Geo. R. Davis, salary and expense as judge of First Judicial Dist. Ariz., fourth quarter of l:n-l 375.03 H. Harrison, salary as secretary, livestock sani tary board, month of Dec. 1901 100.0) Burt Dunlap. per diem and milage as member 1- S. S. boai-U 13: L. B. Cannon, per diem and milage as member L. S. S. board 8 W. II. Kay. per diem and milage as member L. S. S. board J. C. Norton, salary' milage and expense as territorial veterinarian. Dec. 1901 Arizona Gazette, pub lishing brands for L. S. S. board C. W. Pugh. publishing brands for L. S. S. board F. C. Wright, engraving for L. S. S. board J. A. Johnson, supplies, L. B.' S. board..,' H. H. McNeil Co.. sup plies L. S. S. board Arizona Pub. Co.. sup plies. L. S. S. board Sunset Telephone Co telephone service. L. S. s. board, fourth auartur of 1901 GENERAL FUND. Charles D. Poston. ap propriation for month of Dec. 1901. Act No. 11. laws of 1901 $ F. D. Lane, salary, clerk board of control, month of Dec, 1901. paragraph 3569. R. S. 1901 Arizona Pub. Co.. pub lishing list of warrants Issued In Nov., 1901. Par. 3TH3. R. S Arizona Pub. Co.. pub lishing proceedings of board of control. Nov., 1901. Par. 3793. R. S. J. C. Adams. P. M.. ex penses board of control office. Par. 3569. R, S. of 1901 H. F. Robinson, salary as adjutant general, month of Dec. 1901, Par. 3159. It. S. of .1901 II. F. Robinson, adju tant general, Dec, 1901, Par. 3159. R. S Capt. C. P. Borrowdale, necessary expenses, Co. "C" N. G. A.. Dec 1901, Par. 3159. R. S. of 1901.. Utah school for the deaf and the blind, tuition of Elmo Kemp for one-half year. Par. 2267. R. S The St. John Herald. subscription territorial library, one year ending Dec, 31. 1900. Act. 69. Subdiv. 12, laws of 1899.. CAPITOL BUILDING FUND Act. No. 35. Laws of 1901. A. G. Stark, salary as Janitor of capltol build ing, month of Dec. 1901. J X 2 Geo. H. Smith, care of capitol grounds during month of Dec. 1901 113. 2 Phoenix Light & Fuel Co., electric service fur nished capitol building, Nov. and Dec, 1901 4 2 H. H. McNeil Co., sup plies, capitol building... 5 2 C. S. Blaine, linen sup- piles furnished capitol building during fourth quarter of 1901 PRISON FUND. Paragraph 3604, R. S. of 1901. Supplies. Territorial Prison, Dec. 1901. 30 E. F. Sanguinettl, as signed acct. I. P. Smith, Asst. Supt .. H. S. Laughlln. secre tary and storekeeper.... L. N. Moller. physician. W. II. Buck, captain or guard Juan Zavala, guard A. Imperial, guard....... J. H. Graham, guard.... J. M. Clark, guard O. M. Williams, guard.. T. D. Molloy . guard J. C. Stevens, guard..... H. O. Cooper, guard.... E. F. Sanguinettl. . as signed acct. R. H. Pitch er, guard A. J. Moore, guard.' D. J. Ryan, guard.' Asa Bishop, guard J. L. Ward, guard '.. C. C. Ramirez,, guard... K. F. Snngulnetti. as signed ' acct. C. Leroy. guard H. F. signed guard Charles Proctor, guard.. W. F. Sanguinettl. as signed acct. Win. Do- honey, guard Sanguinettl. . as- acct. F. Green, 125.00 125.00 125.00 115.00 100.00 64.60 84.00 96.80 100.00 100.00 100.01) 100 00 26.65 30.00 80.00 SO. 00 80.00 SO. 00 57.20 71.50 SO. 00 41.60 I. N. Bell, guard 100.00 13.00 18 20 2 21 3 23 3 16 46 27 291. 33.63 12. S3 .00 19.53 33.00 5. SO 35.00 73.00 39.00 30.00 5.00 5.00 24.00 30.00 123.00 2.50 2 5.00 66.66 20.00 12.00 1 6 E. F. Sanguinettl 81,122.39 3 6 P. T. Hurley 78.00 40 27 a 6 Yuma Water & Light Co 250.00 4 6 Hodges & Neithart 360.30 41 27 ft 6 H. Brown. Supt. terri torial prison 150.85 42 27 C 6 Yuina, Lumber Co 14.39 7 C Ewing & Pool 6.40 8 6 F. G. Blalsdell 2.50 6 Arizona Pub. Co 7.50 44 27 Salaries. Territorial Prison, Dec 1901. 10 S ' Herbert Drown, Supt.... J50.00 Tom B. Bell, guard 3S ft 3. A. Crouch, chaplain, fourth quarter of 1801... as 6 c. I. Durand. chaplain, fourth quarter of 1901... UNIVERSITY FUND. . Paragraph 3654. R S. of 1901. Expenses, University of Arizona 1 16 F. Yale Adams, acting president. Dec. pay roll. .8 t 16 Manzo & Ochoa. supplies 3 16 L. Zeckendorf & Co.. supplies 4 16 Gardiner. Worthcn ft Goss Co.. supplies 6 16 R. L. Long, per diem and milage 6 16 Fred Macey Co., supplies 7 16 Tucson Lumbar Co., supplies 8 16 Kimball & Francis, sup plies .... 9 16 Q Monler, labor... 10 16 Q. J. Anderson. Mgr., advertising 11 16 Tucson Hardware Co., supplies 12 16 Tucson Grocery Co., supplies 13 16 Wheeler Perry, sup- piles 14 16 F. Ronstadt Co., sup plies 15 16 L. Zeckendorf & Co.. supplies 16 16 Tucson Hardware Co., supplies 17 16 F. Yale Adams, acting president." supplies. 18 16 A. V. Grossetta. per diem as regent 19 16 Wm. Herring, per diem as regent 20 16 J. A. Zabriskie. per diem as regent and secretary service 21 16 H. B. Tenney, per diem as regent - NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. Salaries and Supplies. Tempe Normal School Paragraph 3704. R. 8. 6f 1901 A. J. Matthews, salary as prlnclpul. Nov., 1901. .8 200.00 F. M. Irish, salary as teacher, Nov., 1901 W. J. Amderson, salary as teacher. Nov., 1901... Eudora . Mather, salary as teacher. Nov., 1901... T. G. Goodwin, salary as gardener. Nov., 1901.. A. J. Matthews, salary as principal. Dec, 1901.. F. M. Irish, salary as teacher. Dec. 1901 K. H. Blome. salary as teacher. Dec. 1901 W. J. Anderson, salary as teacher. Dec. 1901 E. It. Averill. salary as teacher. Dec, 1901 Eudora Mather, salary as teacher. Dec, 1901 Jessie M. Smith, salary as teacher. Dec. 1901.... K. H. Daly, salary as teacher, Dec, 1901 G. W. Wilson, salary as janitor. Dec. 1901 T. G. Goodwin, salary as gardener. Dec. 1901.. Robt. Richards, services us assistant janitor, Nov. and Dec. 1901 J. H. MeCllntock. salary a secretary N. H. Board. 4th quarter...... Goo. H. Smith, labor on grounds B. Heyman Furnitura Co.. supplies Dorris Rros. Furniture Co., supplies M. C. Lilley & Co.. sup plies '. Pacific Micro-Materials Co.. supplies 133.01 23 8 California Nursery Co.. supplies 24 8 Park Nursery Co.. sup- piles 23 8 The Valley bank, assgd. account D. H. Burtls. repairs 11 L. W. Blinn Lumber Co supplies , Tempe Hardware & Supply Co.. supplies .... 28 8 C. J. Ulmer. labor ,. 29 8 Tempe-Mesa Produce Co.. supplies 30 8 H. H. McNeil Co.. sup plies 31 8 A. F. Messinger, as signee, supplies 32 8 B. B. Moeur, supplies... 33 8 S. M. McCowan. per diem and mileage member of board..., 34 8 J. H. MeCllntock. diem and mileage member of board 35 8 Pacific Newspaper Un ion, supplies 3G S Caxton t"o.. supplies 37 27 A. J. Matthews .salary as principal.' Jan., 1902.. 38 27 F. M. Irish., salary as teacher. Jan.. 1902..... ... 39 27 R. H. Blome. salary as teacher. Jan., 1902 W. J. Anderson, salary as teacher. Jan., 1902.... E. R. Averill, salary as teacher. Jan.. 1902 Eudora Mather, salary as teacher. Jan.. 1902.... Jessie M. Smith, salary as teacher. Jan.. 1902.... K. H. Daly, salary as teacher. Jan.. 1902 45 27' . W. Wilson, salary as jani'or. Jan., V2 1 8 2 8 3 8 ! 4 8 5 ' 8 ' 6 8 7 8 8 8 9 8 10 8 11 8 12 8 13 8 14 8 15 8 16 8 17 8 18 8 19 8 20 8 21 8 22 8 25.00 23.00 563.26 413.75 33.81 16.18 29.40 11.38 11.08 S.25 5.00 3.50 34.7 l.S L65. .90 3.00 11.80 16.14 3O.00 10.00 70.00 30.00 150.00 110.00 60.00 60.00 200. 00 150.00 125.00 110.00 110.00 60.00 90.00 110.00 60.00 60.00 15.00 90.00 47.00 144.25 73.00 45.50 4.30 46 27 48 60.00 15.00 38.99 120.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 Forage, 26 8 as per as 51.85 21.63 25.40 59.00 24.11 57.00 S3. 70 87.18 9.80 9.80 35.00 40.15 - 23 200.00 ,4 150.00 125.00 27 110.00 110.00 j 60.00 3 90.00 4 c 110.00 6 60.00 7 T. G. Goodwin, salary as gardener, Jan., 1902 R. - Richards, salary, asst. Janitor, Jan.. 1902,. Tempe Light & Power Co... electric service, .4th quarter RANGER FUND. Paragraph 3226. R. S. of 1901. Salaries Arizona' Rangers. Dec, 1901 2 7 Burton C. Mossman. captain .."..$ 3 7 H. E. Grover. private... 4 7 L. S. Page, private 5 7 D. Hambltn. private.... 6 7 It.' Richardson, private.. 7 7 F. S. Barefoot, private.. 8 7 James Warren, private. 9 7 Don Johnson, private.... 10 7 . McDonald Robinson, pri vate 11 7 J. E. Campbell, private.. 12 7 G. E. Scarborough, pri vate 1.1 7 H. S. Gray, private 14 7 T. A. Holland, private.. Provisions. Ammunition and Arizona Rangers. 1 7 Burton C. Mossman, Nov.. 1901 8 459.97 15 7 Burton C. Mossman. Sept.. Oct., 1901 47.20 TERRITORIAL PRISON (IMPROVE MENT) FUND. Act No. 14. Laws of 190L D. W. Steele, supplies territorial prison 53.00 E. F. Sanguinettl, sup plies territorial prison.. 373.88 H. Brown, supt., freight of supplies for prison ... 10.90 Yuma Lumber Co.. sup plies territorial prison... 56.13 INSANE ASYLUM IMPROVEMENT .FUND. Act No. 62. Sec. 4. Laws of 1901. 2 Talbot & Hubbard, sup piles, insane asylum. Dec. 1901 8 183.07 B. Heyman Furniture Co.. supplies, insane asylum, Dec, 1901 82.33 NORTHERN ARIZONA NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. Paragraph 3722. R. S. of 190L I 9 R. L. Long, per diem and mileage as member N. A. N. S. board 8 T. E. Pollock, per diem as member N. A. N. S. board 3 9 A. A- Dutton. per diem as secretary service. N. A. N. S. board TERRITORIAL SCHOOL FUND. 1 - R.- L. J-jong. salary, supt of public - Instruction month of Dec. 1901. Act ' 89. Sub. 6. Laws of 1901 $ 150.00 2 2 R. L. Long, salary as member territorial board of examiners. 4th quarter of 1901. Par. 2145, R.' S. of 1901 :.. 3 2 W. J. Anderson, salary as member territorial board of examiners. 4th quarter. 1901. Par. 2145. U. S.. 1901 4 2 J. C. Cole, salary as member territorial board of examiners. 4th quarter.- 1901. Par. 2145. R. S.. 1901 i INSANE ASYLUM FUND. Paragraph 3622.- R. S. of 1901. 1 2 - W. F. Nichols, auditor . . and acting secretary board of -control, sala-' i rles nnd supplies, terri torial insane asylum for month of Dec. 1901 .. ..X2.77O.0O 2 2 62.60 20. U0 40.00 (8 H. Goodman, . drugs.. 9 Talbot it Hubbard, supplies 10 .J. A, Marshall, supplies 11 Frank Cavalllerl. supplies.. 12 N. Porter Harness Co., sup . piles .j. 13 M. jOoldwater & Bros., dry goods ..' '. 14 Goldberg Bros., clothing.... 15 The Alklre Co.. dry goods... 16 B. . Heyman Furniture Co., supplies 17 Arizona Publishing. Co.. supplies Sunset Telephone Co;, tele- 1 phone rent Chas. Donofrlo, supplies:... Dr. w. H. "Ward, supplier.. 18 19.80 26.K.1 3.tr. 11.50 5.60 223.44 4.t5 12.90 11.27 28.75 6.00 29.06 65. 39 " ' 81.488. 70 Total salaries for month ot De cember.. 1901.. $1,281.30 Total supplies for month of De cember. 1901 1,488.70 Total expense, month of De cember 82,770.00 The following claims were examined and approved for payment .from, the Insane asylum Improvement fund, as provided for In Act No. 62. Laws of 1901: Talbot & Hubbard, supplies for insane asylum $ 183.67 B. Heyman Furniture Co.. sup plies for Insane asylum 82.33 50.00 50.00 50.00 MINUTES OF THE MEETINGS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL OF ARIZONA. HELD DURING THE MONTH OF JANU ARY, 1902. Office of the Board of Control, Phoenix, Arizona, Jan. 2, 1902. The board met at 10 o'clock Present: Governor N". O. - Murphy. chairman, and W. F. Nichols, member and secretary pro tern. The following claims were examined and approved for payment as provided ror in Par. 3569. R. S. of 1901: . F. D. Lane, salary as clerk of the Board of Control for the month of December, 1901 875.00 J. C. Adams, P. M.. box rent and postage stamps for the Board of Control office 1: 5.00 The regular monthly claims from the Insane asylum for salaries and supplies for the month of December. 1901, were examined and approved for payment from the Insane asylum fund, as fol lows: SALARIES. ' No. of Claim. 1 Dr. ' W. H. "Ward, superin tendent f 2 J. F. Kelly, steward 3 Ally E. Ward, matron 4 G. A. Goodman, day attend? ant ..." r L. O. Rinard. day attendant " 6 G. I-t Richmond, day at-" tendant . 7 Fred Lang, day attendant.. 8 W. H. Pask. day attendant 9 C. T. Thompson, night, at tendant 0 Nellie Beggs. day attendant 1 I. M. Hawkins, day attend ant '. Gertrude Fleming, night at tendant J. It. Kirkland, outside at tendant T. J. Shearin, dining , hall attendant Mrs. Thos. White, first cook Thos. White, second cook and baker Minnie E. Ward, waitress to superintendent L. C. Kennedy, waiter to employes Jno. E. Gourley. farmer.... John Schlalos, gardener Roy Bowyer, engineer B. F. Morris, carpenter M. T. Brown, dairyman . Jones Charlie, laundryman. E. Evans, stableman Jennie C. Kelly, seamstrra Talbot & Hubbard, tifnat checks 12 13 14 17 IS 200.00 100.00 45.00 ' 40.00 " 40.00 ' 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.09 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 50.00 50.00 25.00 20.00 '40.00 40.00 60.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 -:4t.oo Total 265.40 The following claims were approved for payment from the capitol building fund, as- provided for In Act No. 35, Laws of 1901:' A. G. Stark, salary as janitor of capitol .building for the month of. December, 1901 t 75.00 Geo. H. Smith, care of capitol grounds for the month of De cember. 1901 113.75 Phoenix Light and Fuel Co.. electric service, capitol build ing for November and Decem ber. 1901 66.66 H. H. McNeil Co-., supplies for capitol building 20.00 C. B. Blaine, linen supplies, cap itol building for fourth quar ter of 1901 12.00 The following claims were approved for payment from- the territorial prison fund, as provided for in Act No. 14. Laws of 1901: . . D. W. Steele, for supplies, ter ritorial prison 53.00 E. F. Sanguinettl. supplies ror territorial prison 373.88 H. Brown. Supt., freight on supplies for territorial prison. 10.90 Yuma Lumber Co.. for supplies, territorial prismi 56.13 There being no further business the board adjourned. ATTEST: XV. T. NICHOLS. - - . Acting Secretary, Office of the Board of Control. , PMtoenix. Ariz., Jan. 6. 1902. The board met at 10. o'clock a. m. Present: Governor N. O. Murphy, chairman, and W. F. Nichols, member and secretary pro tern. The reports and accounts from the territorial prison were received by the board.-. - The reports from the prison officials were read and ordered placed on file. The prison claims for the month end ing December 31st. 1901, after twins carefully considered, were approved for payment -from the prison fund as fol lows: - No. of , . Voucher; - !'" SUPPLIES. 1 E. F. - SanguineuC: general supplies 81,122.39 2 P. T. Hurley, supplies....... 78. fo 3 Yuma' Water; and Light Co.. ; . supplies .' 250.00 4 Hodges and Neithart. sup plies 360.30 5 H. Brown, Superintendent, supplies 150.85 6 Yuma Lumber Co.. supplies.. 14.39 7 Ewing & Pool, supplies 6.40 8 F. G. Blaisdell. telephone rent ' 2.50 9 Arizona Publishing Co.; sup plies 7.50 $1,992.33 SALARIES. 10 Herbert- Brown, . superin tendent $ 250.00 E. F. Sanguinettl. assigned account of I. P. Smith, as sistant superintendent ..... 125.00 H. S. Laughlin, secretary and "storekeeper 125.00 11.30 tlJH.SO SUPPLIES. - ' ' -J. W. Dorris, provisions.. '..$ 322.47 Buxton & Co., vegetables... 7.75 Phoenix Flour Mills, flour.. 177.23 Gum Kam. vegetables ... 13.50 P. T. Hurley, meat 157.79 Phoenix Wood and Coal Co fuel 351.52 P. Minor, supplies 4.10 36 L. N. Moller. physician 125.00 W. H." Buck, - captain of guard 115.00 Juan Zavala, guard :.. 100.00 A. Imperial, guard 64.60 Jas. H. Graham, guard 84.0O John'M. Clark, guard 96.80 G. M. Williams, guard 100.00 T. D. Molloy. guard J. C. Stevens, guard H. O. Cooper, guard E. F. Sanguinettl, assigned account of R. H. Pitcher, guard ;. . ' A. J. Moore, guard D. J. Ryan, guard... Asa Bishop, guard...' J. L.' Ward, guard... C. C. Ramirez, guard E. F. Sanguinettl, assigned account of C. Leroy. guard. E. F. Sanguinettl. assigned account of F. Green, guard.. Charles Proctor, guard K. F. Sanguinettl, assigned account of W. Doheny, guard I. N. Bell, guard Tom Bell, guard J. A. Crouch, salary as chaplain for fourth quarter of 1901 i C. I. Durand. salary as chaplain for fourth quarter of 1901 100.00 ioo.oo 100.00 26.65 80.00 80.00 80.00 80.00 80.00 57.20 71.50 SO. 00 41.60 100.00 13.00 25.00 32,325.35 Total salaries for month of De cember. 1901 32.326.60 Total supplies for month of De -cember. .1901 . 1,991 .08 Total expense for rnonth of De cember, 1901 i 84,317.6s The financial report of the. superin tendent of the prison for the month of December. 1901, is as follows: Total earnings from all sources. 8688.07. .-;' Average confinement of prisoners. 593. Gross per capita cost was $14.74 and the gross per capita per diem cost was 47.5 cents. , The net expense for the month was $3,629.61. and the net dally per capita cost was 39.9 cents. There being no further business the board adjourned. ATTEST: ' . W. F. NICHOLS. Acting Secretary.