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Image 63 of Annual report. 1917

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__._ nfs ? ‘ ri , 46 Thirtieth Amtual Report of the Q _ Schmaus, Geo. .......................................................................................... Paducah QQ Smith, Prof. G. D. ................................................................................ Richmond » nv Stamper, Jas. F. ................................................................................ Waynesburg ’ · _ I Witty, G, G. ............................................................................................ Bardwell j ,` Wood, Stubbs & C0. ., .......................................................................... Louisville V I ‘ ww ‘ Financial Statement of the State Entomoiogist l vp The appropriation made by the State for the inspection of g ‘ A 1 nursery stock is only $500 per year. The Experiment Station, g · l, _ with the sanction of the Board of Trustees, provides for the i . - _ salaries of those doing the work; otherwise it would be imprac- a ticable to do it with the small amount appropriated. Other · states have made available for such inspections from $1,500 to . $50,000 annually, the amounts ranging, of course, with the im- l , . portancc of nursery and orchard interests in the different states. ’ [ 'L . Thus, Connecticut appropriates $6,000; Florida, $35,000; Geor- i i gia, $50,000; Illinois, $8,740; Iowa, $5,500; Indiana, $15,000; §_ j_ I Massachusetts, $14,000; Michigan, $7,000; Minnesota, $4,000; ° E —‘ _ '_ New York, $50,000; Ohio, $8,500; and so on, ours being one .`.. _ of the smallest amounts provided. As required by the law, the ~ I °f I i State Entomologist of Kentucky furnishes certified, itemized I tl I 5 V · accounts of all expenses to the State Auditor and, in December ;. ii? ii of each year, furnishes the State Treasurer a report on the ex- . " I penditures made during the calendar year. The expenses for _ 1917 were somewhat greater than in 1916 and have already gf been reported to the Treasurer, but may be given here as show- ing the amount available for the work, under the law now in . force. For it must be remembered that no part ot the fund :· can be used except for expenses. Q I ' i l Expenses for 1917 Q Transportation by rail ..,,............................,......................................... $94.67 I _ Q r ftp; Transportation by vehicle ......................................................_..__________ _ 75,30 For board and lodging .............................................................,____________ 12075 Telephone fees .....................................,........................................,.___,_ _ _____ _20 ~ Stationery .................................................................................................. ,85 Notary’s fees ..............................._.............................................,.______________ ,80 cp; ‘ Printing letter heads .................................,................_____.._._,_________________ 130 _ ‘··· ·- .1%-L » W —; - Total ., ...........l....................................................................................... $294.37