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, 1910 - Arizona
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Page 9 - ... due. Our best wishes for his success follow him to his new and important field of labor. The following degrees have been conferred: DEGREES ON EXAMINATION. Bachelor of Letters 20 Bachelor of Science (in Biology) 1 Bachelor of Science (in Chemistry) [3 Bachelor of Science (in Electrical Engineering) 3 Bachelor of Science (in Mining Engineering) 1 Bachelor of Science (in Mechanical Engineering) 4 Bachelor of Science (in Civil Engineering) 12 Bachelor of Science.. . 10 Bachelor of...
Page 23 - 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 past year the average amount of territorial funds on deposit was $406,138.81, on which the banks were required to pay interest to the amount of $7,371.20. At the close of the year the funds on deposit were as follows : Territorial funds on deposit June 30, 1909.
Page 22 - Government f40, 000. 00 Insurance taxes and fees received from territorial secretary 36, 496. 19 License and inspection fees received from live-stock sanitary board and used by board in its administration of the live-stock interests of Arizona. 19, 247. 36 National forest, school, and road fund received from United States Government for distribution to counties in which forest reserves are located from which revenues were received 38, 313. 45 University land rentals included in statement of revenue...
Page 28 - Territory, in his report to this office, states that there are at present 112 insurance companies authorized to transact business in the Territory, of which there are 67 fire insurance companies, 22 life insurance companies, 16 miscellaneous insurance companies, and 7 underwriting agencies. This shows a gain of 6 companies during the fiscal year, of which there were 4 fire, 1 life, and 1 underwriting companies. The premium receipts collected by the various companies doing business in the Territory...
Page 31 - Bulls 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 591,576 $ 1,251,878.00 Goats . . . 80,765 153,101.50 3,746 12,552.00 Bucks 740 3,700.00 3,973 19,865.00...
Page 8 - School are practically unchanged since my last report. There has been but a slight increase in the number of inmates, the record now showing 62 pupils, of which 58 are boys and 4 girls. While the equipment of the school is wholly inadequate and its surroundings not well adapted to its purposes, the progress of the inmates during the year has been marked. Particular care is taken to safeguard the health of the inmates, and the year's record shows but little sickness.
Page 19 - ... Louis, and Kansas City to all shipping points within the Territory so as to conform to the ruling of the Interstate Commerce Commission. In connection with the work of the railway commission it may be of interest to note that the total railroad mileage within the Territory is 2,041.02 miles. There were constructed in the Territory during the year 215.153 miles, not including spurs, switches, and private lines. MINING. The output of the mines of the Territory for the year 1909, as shown by the...
Page 29 - Valley, by means of which Maricopa County shows an advance of $1,745,961.13 over 1908. The rate of taxation in the several counties for local purposes county government, county improvements, and interest on that portion of the public debt which is of local origin continues in most cases to decrease, the increase of the rate...
Page 24 - Tombstone purchased $2,000 of funding bonds and sent them to the territorial treasurer for cancellation and credit on its territorial funded indebtedness. All counties and cities have paid the interest accruing on their funded debt during the year as fast as it became due, and in addition Pima County paid its second installment...
Page 25 - Bonded city, county, and territorial debt, segregated June SO, 1910. Apache County $43, 473. 50 Coconino County 159,000.99 Graham County 147, 364. 70 Gila County '. . . 44, 781.

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