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APPENDIX.

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.

The following shows the receipts and expenditures on account of the new State Prison, during the year 1877, and to the twelfth day of January, 1878:

RECEIPTS.

Balance on hand, January 1, 1877.....
Special appropriation, January Session, 1877.
General appropriation, January Session, 1877...

$883 40 10,000 00 120,000 00

Total receipts during the year 1877....

$130,883 40

EXPENDITURES.

Labor pay rolls for the year...
Cement, lime and bricks..
Carpenters' work..
Iron work......
State Farm labor, teams, &c...
Granite...
Slating...
Windows..
Ventilators..
Architects.
Furniture.
Excavation..
Sand and carting..
Hardware
Lumber.....
Iron and steel.
Accidents....
Plans for grading, &c..
Terra cotta...
Engineering.....

$40,153 93
15,255 71
16,471 74
11,649 80
10,107 90
3,709 08
3,504 80
1,963 78
1,500 00
1,000 00

905 75 870 86 850 31 708 19 430 92 227 73 200 00 150 00 130 00 49 80

Miscellaneous.
Advertising
Horse hire.
Derrick....
Store house..
Stationery.

$49 31 43 64 42 00 36 80 35 00 4 00

Total expenditures in 1877, and to January 12, 1878..
Balance in State Treasury, January 12, 1878...

$110,051 05

20,832 35

Total.......

$130,883 40

The bills for all the above expenditures have been approved by the Commissioners, and certified to the State Auditor for payment, by the Chairman, in accordance with the resolution of the General Assembly, passed at the January Session, 1876.

EDWIN M. SNOW, Chairman State Prison Commission,

DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES. The following shows the dates and amounts of all the sums certified to the State Auditor for payment, and the names of the parties to whom they were paid, on account of the new State Prison, from January 1, 1877, to January 12, 1878, inclusive:

EXPENDITURES,
1877.
January 25. Pawtucket Lumber and Builders Supplies Co.......
February 5. Charles J. Wheeler......
March 3. Danforth Locomotive Company.

3. Pawtucket Luniber and Builders Supplies Co...
3. Michael Golrick....
3. James L. Gardner...
16. William F. Tanner..

24. Jerome Patterson.
April 11. Stone & Carpenter....
May 2. Pay roll for labor in April.

2. Barker, Whitaker & Co....
2. Nightingale & Kilton...
2. Henry M. Angell & Co.
2. Narragansett Brick Co
2. Hopkins & Pomroy.
5. Moses L. Watson..
7. William T. Schneider...
22. Board of State Charities and Corrections.

22. L. Upham & Co...... June 4. Pay roll for labor in May.

$500 00

27 04 5,000 00

800 00 300 00 150 00 100 00 150 00

500 00 3,469 30 331 69 84 90

75 33 1,741 95 612 75 70 so

50 00 1,069 02

36 80 4,654 92

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1877.
June 5. Henry M. Angell & Co...

5. Tuttle & Hobbs...
5. Barker, Whitaker & Co.
5. Hopkins & Pomroy....
5. Narragansett Brick Company...
5. Watson Manufacturing Company.
9. Moses L. Watson...

29. William Ellsbree...
July 2. Pay roll for labor in June

2. S. B. Cushing & Co.....
2. Isaac M. Sweet.
4. Barker, Whitaker & Co..
4. Moses L. Watson....
4. Hopkins & Pomroy.
18. Board of State Charities and Corrections.
18. Board of State Charities and Corrections..
24. J. W. Moore

24. Crowell & Sisson August 6. Hopkins & Pomroy.

6. Nightingale & Kilton.
6. Barker, Whitaker & Co...
6. Crowell & Sisson..
6. Henry M. Angell & Co...
6. Pay roll for labor in July.
6. Edgar B. Peck...
23. Moses L. Watson...
23. Board of State Charities and Corrections.
23. Post & McCord.....
23. Stone & Carpenter.
27. Jerome Patterson.

27. Jerome Patterson.
September 4. Pay roll for labor in August.

4. Edgar B. Peck.....
4. Moses L. Watson...
4. Barker, Whitaker & Co.
4. Nightingale & Kilton...
4. Henry M. Angell & Co..
4. Hopkins & Pomroy.
14. Michael Golrick..

18. Board of State Charities and Corrections... October 2. Pay roll for labor in September...

35 43

5 00 36 25 781 18 2,723 92 141 15

28 90 870 86 3,548 09

20 75 553 25

9 58 39 60 847 50

928 03 1,289 12

35 00

9 00 421 34 33 82 33 04 15 00

56 81 3,958 91

2 76 109 31 1,025 04

343 00 500 00 900 00

600 00 5,491 37

2 68 99 65 91 59 50 95

83 68 1,120 72 1,500 00 1,515 36 5,483 45

2. Moulton & Ingraham.. 2. Barker, Whitaker & Co... 2. Knowles, Anthony & Danielson... 2. Moses L. Watson... 2. Edgar B. Peck... 2. Garvey Brothers

33 01 54 56 16 60 96 60

2 34 425 00 Pay roll for labor to December 13... 17. Garvey Brothers... 17. A. B. Darling & Co....... 17. Pawtucket Lumber and Builders Supplies Co..

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1877.
October 2. G. H. Copeland.....

2. Jerome Patterson...
2. Rhode Island State Prison....
2. Fuller Iron Works.....
2. Board of State Charities and Corrections.
2. S. B. Cushing & Co....
10. A. B. Darling & Co,...
10. Nightingale & Kilton.
10. Henry M. Angell & Co...
10. Hopkins & Pomroy..
10. Alexander B. Springer...
13. George Dwight, Jr., & Co.....
22. Chicago Terra Cotta Works..
27. Pawtucket Lumber and Builders Supplies Co....

30. John S. Walsh....... November 3. Pay roll for labor in October.

3. Spicers & Peckham
3. Edgar B. Peck.....
3. Henry M. Angell & Co...
3. Barker, Whitaker & Co....
3. Nightingale & Kilton.
3. Fuller Iron Works..
3. Sidney S. Rider...
3. Hopkins & Pomroy...
3. Moses L. Watson...
3. Jerome Patterson.
3. Jerome Patterson...
3. Alexander B. Springer.
6. A. B. Darling & Co.,
6. Jerome Patterson...

15. Board of State Charities and Corrections. December 3. Pay roll for labor in November.....

3. Henry M. Angell & Co......
3. Barker, Whitaker & Co...
3. Moses L. Watson...
3. Nightingale & Kilton...
3. Alexander B. Springer...
3. Alexander B. Springer.
3. Michael Golrick...
3. Jerome Patterson.
3. Jerome Patterson.
3. Hopkins & Pomroy.
3. Isaac M. Sweet...

5 00 1,000 00 701 25

39 15 1,555 44

29 05 2 00 2 26

34 44 1,815 75

740 00 525 00 130 00 600 00

12 00 5,430 03 204 50

2 18 99 38 23 20 53 57 10 00

4 00 1,026 12

50 00 1,300 00

300 00 3,500 00

2 50 103 77 1,236 41 5,099 82

45 85 114 53 33 15

2 23 2,000 00 1,000 00 1,704 80

225 00 1,500 00 1,020 80 2,000 00 887 29 75 00

2 50 63 78

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150 00 1,001 77

23 18 464 53

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1877.
December 17. Danforth Locomotive and Machine Co......

17. Danforth Locomotive and Machine Co
17. The Smith Granite Company.
17. Isaac M. Sweet..
17. Ernest M. Bowditch...
17. Board of State Charities and Corrections.
17. Board of State Charities and Corrections..
17. Board of State Charities and Corrections.
31. Tuttle & Hobbs.....

31. Alexander B. Springer.....
1878.
January 2. Pay roll for labor to December 31..

2. Jerome Patterson.
2. Jerome Patterson...
2. Alexander B. Springer...
2. Moses L. Watson..
2. Hopkins & Pomroy.
2. Augustus Woodbury.
2. Barker, Whitaker & Co
9. Pay roll for labor to January 12, 1878.
9. Chambers, Calder & Co...
9. A. B. Darling & Co....
9. Moses L. Watson..
9. George Salmon...
9. Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Co..

1,891 31

94 69 500 00 25 27

79 50 3,143 68 100 00

13 75 239 44 12 35

2 50 42 80

15 00 1,500 00

Total of bills certified for 1877, and to January 12, 1878.....

$110,051 05

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