Report of the Governor of Arizona Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... (Google eBook)

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1911 - Arizona
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Page 6 - ... been submitted to him of the compliance with the terms and conditions of this resolution. The President is authorized and directed to certify the adoption of this resolution to the governor of each Territory as soon as practicable after the adoption hereof, and each of said governors shall issue his proclamation for the holding of the first general election as provided for in the constitution of New Mexico heretofore adopted and the election ordinance numbered two adopted by the constitutional...
Page 37 - This tax amounted to $30,836.34, which was $2,038.24 in excess of the amount collected during the previous year. This amount was covered into the territorial treasury and placed to the credit of the school fund. In addition to the insurance companies there are 11 surety and bonding companies entered in the Territory. The law requires that all companies of this nature must file with the governor quarterly financial statements showing their assets and liabilities.
Page 33 - The territorial treasurer is authorized by law to deposit public funds in the banks of the Territory, the bank in each case being required to furnish bonds to insure the Territory against loss. During the last fiscal year...
Page 38 - ... assets and liabilities. On account of the unsatisfactory showing of its statement, the license of the Globe Surety and Bonding Company was revoked in May, 1910, but all other statements disclose a satisfactory financial standing and profitable business. INCORPORATIONS. For the year ended June 30, 1910, the fees received by the Territory through the office of the territorial auditor from organizers of corporations amounted to $42,772.30, as against $41,307.90 for the previous year, as shown by...
Page 5 - ... if the citizens of any County generally prefer to elect their delegates by some equitable method other than that hereinbefore prescribed, it is believed that the delegates so chosen will be recognized and admitted to seats in the convention. Seventh. The constitution formed by such convention shall be submitted to the people of the Territory for ratification or rejection, on the first Tuesday in November, 1889. Eighth. The convention should fix the per diem and mileage of its members and employes,...
Page 19 - The historian has during the year done a great deal of extensive research work and has succeeded in obtaining valuable data not hitherto available for future use in the compilation of an accurate and comprehensive history of the Territory." Report of the Governor of Arizona to the Secretary of Interior, 19, 1911. only forty-seven per cent, of pupils of school age is enrolled, the state provides splendid conditions for educational advancement. As only about one twenty-fifth2 of the area of the...
Page 5 - To Admit the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico As States into the Union upon an Equal Footing with the Original States"].
Page 42 - Aggregate of valuation of each class of property in the Territory for the year 1910 Cont'd. Final valuation placed on railroad property for the year 1910. Valuation for the year 1910, determined by the territorial board of railroads, which are exempt from taxation by territorial statute, of rate of taxation as fixed by act of Congress. Description of property. Quantity. Valuation. Sheep...
Page 35 - Arizona 25, 000. 00 Louisiana Purchase Exposition 30, 000. 00 Improvements, asylum for the insane 20, 000. 00 University Experiment Station 11, 000. 00 Territorial indebtedness 946, 972.
Page 37 - The amount of the premiums received by the various insurance companies doing business in the Territory during the year ended December 31, 1910, aggregated $1,776,200.60, a gain of $74,328.53 over the previous year.

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