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By expense, special committees :

Committee on Uniform Financial Reports, C. G. Pearse (908)......
Normal - School Committee:

N. C. Schaeffer (903).
A. G. Boyden (904)
R. G. Boone (907).
2. X. Snyder (905, 918).
H. H. Seerley (906, 923)
F. M. McMurry (912, 925).

47.68 30.82

182,02
62.40

I10.00

465.17

$

Committee on College-Entrance Requirements:

William Carey Jones (929)
Charles H. Thurber (917).
A. F. Nightingale (926)
William H. Smiley (927).
B. A. Hinsdale (928)..
J. Remsen Bishop (930)
Paul H. Hanus (931).
Henry B. Fine (932)
George B. Aiton (933)
W. H. Butts (934)..
C. W. Gilbert (935).

50.00 49.90 35.85 19.75 20.25 21.00 61.00 62.76 22.75 14.90 40.00

398.16

870.33

By expenses, Executive Committee:
E. Oram Lyte, President:

Traveling (879, 890, 938)
Telegrams (938)...

$ 223.46

39.74

$ 263.20

J. M. Greenwood, Vice-President:

Traveling (863, 881, 899)
Office expense, postage, etc. (863)

155.13
26.65

181.78

I. C. McNeill, Treasurer:

Traveling (860, 891, 924).
Office expense, postage, etc. (860, 891, 924).

$ 112.35

77.40

189.75

A. G. Lane, chairman Board of Trustees :

Traveling (882, 900)
Telegrams and postage (900).

$ 113.57

3.55

117.12

751.85
50.00

By premium on Treasurer's bond (877)
By expenses, volumes, proceedings, circulars, etc. :

The University of Chicago, printing 5,500 copies of volume (915, 887)
Reprints, postage, etc. (916, 937, 940)
W. H. McLean, expressage (895)
United States Express Company (893, 909, 922, 936, 939)
J. Ormond Wilson, freight (852, 898).
Jones & Kroeger, printing circulars, etc. (921, 892).
American Book Company, reports of Committee of Ten (940)

$ 4,268.41

252.92 1,629.75 141.34

5.79 322.72 15.90

6,634.83 10,000.00

$ 3,000.00

By transfer to permanent funds (878,894, 897, 943)
By Secretary's office:

Salary August 1, 1898, to May 1, 1899 (885, 896, 920)..
Office expense (872, 880, 884, 889, 910, 911, 919, 921, 939):

Postage.
Telegrams
Express and freight
Stenographer and clerks
Traveling
Stationery and miscellaneous.

$ 462.78

134.97

21.53 525.45 275.21

118.44

1,538.38

Office fixtures for Secretary (910, 911).

4.538.38

144.45

Total

$26,010.92

SUMMARY

$26,010.92

By total disbursed as above.
By balance :

t In Union National Bank of Denver, unavailable.....
Cash in hand, available....

$

66.19 2,489.99

2.556.18

$28,567.10

Respectfully submitted,

I, C. McNeill,

Treasurer, National Educational Association.

West SUPERIOR, Wis., June 27, 1899. To Board of Trustees, National Educational Association:

I hereby certify that I have personally examined the books of I. C. NcNeill, Treasurer, and have compared them with the orders issued by the chairman of the Board of Trustees, and receipts for bills paid, and find them and this report correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

(Signed) Oscar HALVORSEN,

Accountant. Sworn and subscribed in my presence this 27th day of June, 1899.

(Signed) LEONA PINKHAM,

Notary Public.

† The Union National Bank of Denver declared two dividends of 5 per cent, each, leaving the above balance.

THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES,

To the Board of Directors of the National Educational Association:

The Board of Trustees presents the following report of the Permanent Fund of the National Educational Association, and its income, for the year ending June 30, 1899:

Permanent Fund, July 1, 1898:

Mortgages on real estate....
Kansas school ani municipal bonds
Illinois, Indiana, and Missouri school bonds
Cash on hand for investment.

$ 8,000.00

32,737.00
20,500.00
2,763.00

$64,000.00

Cash received from I. C. McNeill, Treasurer, transferred to Permanent Fund from

proceeds of the Washington meeting and from income of Permanent Fund....

10,000.00

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Investment July 1, 1898.
Bonds paid during the year:

Clark, No. 42.
Clark, No. 60.
Crawford, No. 120
Decatur, No. 35
Ellis, No. 14
Ellis, No. 44.
Ellis, No. 18.
Mitchell, No. 106
Phillips, No. 63.
Sheridan, No. 22..
Smith, No. 109
Pratt, No. 39
Mitchell, No. 44...
Ness, No. 41
Eudora City, No. 7...

500.00

100.00

200.00

440.00
800.00
800.00

350.00
475.00
272.00
100.00

400.00
500.00
500.00

200,00

100.00

6,737.00

$54,500.00

Investments during the year-real-estate mortgages :

No. 5136 Hibbard avenue, Chicago
No. 428 West Adams street, Chicago..

$ 5,000.00

8,000.00

13,000.00

Total investment July 1, 1899..

$67,500.00

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SCHEDULE OF SECURITIES AND BONDS BELONGING TO THE PERMANENT FUND OF

THE NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION, JULY 1, 1899

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Cloud City of Concordia 35 to 40 $3,000 Douglass Eudora City 8 to 20

1,300 Grant County

2,000 Hodgeman County,

1,000 Kingman Aid bonds

I to 7 Lanet

County

11 to 13

3,000 Marion City of Marion

1,000 McPherson , Sharp's Creek Tp.

6 6 6 6 522

Jan'y and July July 1, 1918 March One due each

year March 1 Jan'y and July

Feb. 1920 Jan'y and July July 1, 1919 Jan'y 31 and July Aug; 31, 1919 Jan'y and July July, 1918 Mar. and Sept.

March 1, 1900 Jan'y and July Sept. 1, 1916 April and Oct.

Oct. 1, 1916 Feb. and Aug. April, 1908

Judgment
obtained

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June 1, 1891 Sept. 1, 1892 Dec. 3, 1894 Oct. 7, 1890 Oct. 7, 1890 Dec. 12, 1895 Dec. 12, 1895 Sept. 1, 1892

7

March 5, 1890

1,000 Montgomery Caney Tp. 1,2 1.000 Reno*

City of South
Hutchinson

1,2 1,000 With Bentley & Seward* Hatfield, Wichita,

1,000 Kan.

$22,300

* Interest or principal in default.

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The foregoing securities were examined at the Merchants' Safety Deposit Vaults, Chicago, September 11, 1899, and I certify that the thirteenth annual report of the Board of Trustees is a correct statement of the investments belonging to the Permanent Fund of the National Educational Association in the custody of A. G. Lane, chairman of the Board of Trustees.

(Signed) L. D. HARVEY.

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