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Bindery. A glance at the balance in the Bindery fund will show that I barely got through, although the last Legislature added $1,000 to the appropriation of two years previous. It is becoming a common custom for state officers to insert half-tones in their reports. The pictures are placed in certain parts of the book, in most cases where reading matter appertains more or less to the half-tone. This requires additional work in the Bindery as every half-tone is placed in the book separately by hand before stapling. The Nevada Historical Society had thirty-one pictures in its report of 1909-1910. The custom is growing every two years. A number of reports to be printed in 1913 will contain photographs. Half-tones are expensive, the price ranging in the neighborhood of $4.50 a piece when made the size of a page of a report, the expense being borne by the officer who edits the report. These photographs are printed on a select grade of paper which is more costly than ordinary report stock.

INSURANCE The State Printing Office building and contents is insured for $11,400, apportioned as follows, in five companies: Building, $5,000; type, $1,500; printing machinery, $2,900; stock, $2,000. These policies are very old, and since the installation of a Meihle press, linotype, booksewing machine, and a complete Bindery outfit, the insurance on machinery is entirely too small. On the other hand, the building, insured for $5,000, has nothing to burn except the floor and ceiling. The amount on type is not very large. I do not know if stock includes printed matter. If it does not, $2,000 is too much, as we seldom have that amount on hand at any other time except just previous to a legislative session. I believe an additional policy of at least $10,000 should be taken out on machinery by the Board of Capitol Commissioners.

The duties of my office are such that I have been in personal contact with every state officer, elective and appointive, as well as the members of every Commission, and the head of every institution of the State of Nevada during my two years of service. I wish to thank them for their courtesies during that time and for the way in which I was received. I hope the same friendly relations will exist the remaining portion of my term.

STATEMENT FOR 1911 Appropriation for support of the State Printing Office for the years 1911 and 1912..

$12.500.00 Erpenditures Labor

$22,844.85 Dravage and freight

215.27 Oil, gasoline, soap, drugs, etc.

71.57 Postage and expressage

115.02 Street sprinkling

25.00 Telephone and telegraph

59.79 Paper, cardboard, etc.

1,906.97 Gas and electricity.

496.58 Fuel...

66.00 Inks and rollers.

79.89 Pens, pencils, paste, etc.

29.30 Printing material..

288.84 Wiping rags..

9.35 Washing towels

7.25 Grinding knives for cutter.

10.00

26.225.6s Balance in fund, January 1, 1912.

$16,274.32 $2,500.00 Expenditures Labor on Revised Laws....

$16,2 i 4.32

STATEMENT FOR 1912
Balance in fund, January 1, 1912..
Labor..
Paper, cardboard, etc., including freight.
Gas and electricity
Fuel...
Inks and rollers.....
Postage and expressage
Drayage and freight.
Linotype metal..
Telegraph and telephone
Gasoline, soap, etc...
Street sprinkling
Pens, pencils, erasers, etc.
Wiping rags.....
Washing towels
Grinding cutter knives

$10,891.05
2,808.38

191.45
217.07
199.22
186.34

80.00 204.84 88.26 71.20 35.00 18.10 5.90 8.30 7.25

15,015.36

Balance unexpended, January 1, 1913...

$1,258.96

$6,000.00

BOOKBINDING

STATEMENT FOR 1911
Appropriation, support of bookbinding 1911 and 1912.

Expenditures
Labor
Cloth, leather, board, etc.
Freight and expressage
Placing machinery.
Cement, glue, gold leaf, etc.

-$3,547.25

394.28
86.70
23.55
53.06

4,104.84

$1,895.16

Balance unexpended, January 1, 1912.

STATEMENT FOR 1912
Balance in fund, January 1, 1912.

Erpenditures
Labor
Supplies.

$1,895.16

-$1,800.00

89.59

1.889.59

Balance unexpended, January 1, 1913...

$5.57

RESERVE FUND

STATEMENT FOR 1911 AND 1912 A goodly portion of this fund was paid out for rule work for the State Board of Health and the Public Service Commission, both being created by the last Legislature, and the State Controller, as exofficio Insurance Commissioner. The remainder was used on the Revised Laws. Appropriation

$158.15 Ruled work, Insurance Commission...

348.40 Ruled work, State Board of Health..

320.65 Ruled work, Public Service Commission.

528.00 Paper for Revised Laws..

982.20 Bindery supplies

161.02

2,498.42

Balance in fund, December 31, 1912.

$1.58

REVISED LAWS OF NEVADA The printing of the Revised Laws of Nevada was a hard task. The Legislature of 1911 appropriated $8,000 for the printing and binding of the same, but it proved to be inadequate and the Special Session of 1912 appropriated $3,000 more. Three thousand copies were made, half of which were bound and the other half held to be bound as directed by the Secretary of State. The edition had to be placed in two volumes, making the cost of binding almost double what it would have been had the edition made but one book. However, the price was made $14.00 per set by the Code Commission, which partly made up for the extra cost of binding. The combined number of pages in the two books was almost 2,700. The workmanship is first-class, and all material used was the best that could be purchased. Paper was selected by the Code Commission and especially milled for the edition. It would be unfair to state that the full amount of this appropriation was used on the Revised Laws, as it was understood that the cost of printing for the Special Session of 1912 was to be used from the $3,000 additional appropriated at that time. Appropriation ($8,000 regular session, $3,000 special session)

$11,000.00 Expenditures Salaries of employees.

$8,148.60 Bindery supplies

527.44 Paper and freight

2,212.87

10.888.91 Balance unexpended, December 31, 1912.

$111.09 TYPESETTING MACHINE, BINDING MACHINERY, ETC.

STATEMENT FOR 1911 AND 1912 This fund having been created by a special Act, the balance January 1, 1911, did not revert to the General Fund. During the last two years supplies and additional machinery for the linotype were procured from this fund. All material needed for this class of work has to be purchased from the Mergenthaler Lintoype Company exclusively. Balance unexpended January 1, 1911........

$1,693.37 Expenditures Maga es, fonts of matrices, sorts, etc......

$506.87

506.87 Balance umexpended, January 1, 1913.

$1,186.50 NEW MATERIAL AND REPAIRS

STATEMENT FOR 1911 AND 1912 Appropriation

$2,000.00 Expenditures American Type Co., type and printing material.

$1,570.15 Geo. D. Graham, set of encyclopedias..

80.00 E. J. Walsh, stove and stove pipe...

29.75 Heidenrich & Marr, carpenter repairs and supplies..

22.60 Keystone Type Foundry, leaders and quads.

98.21 B. J. George, plumbing and plumbing material.

33.05 Lewis Hall, chimney cleaner...

8.00 A. G. Meyers, stove, galvanized gas pipe, etc..

50.27 0. A. Phipps, plumbing....

9.00 Carson Furniture Co., repairing chairs.

4.05 Nevada Tel. Con, and Supply Co., electrical supplies.

3.90 Richard Savage, repairing grounds..

15.00

1,923.98 Balance unexpended, January 1, 1913.

$76.02 250 300 300 300 300 300

NEVADA REPORTS The 32d Supreme Court Report was finished during my term of office. The Legislature of 1911 appropriated $1,800 for the 330 Nevada and a like amount for the 34th. The 33d has been on the market some time. The 34th is now in the bindery and will be turned over to the Secretary of State not later than the middle of February. Itemized accounts of the expenditures follow :

320 NEVADA Balance on appropriation for printing and binding Nevada Report, Vol. 32..

$1,428.10 Erpenditures Paper

$212.42 Labor

1,113.75 Ilides and gold leaf.

101.93

$1,428.10 330-34TH NEVADA Appropriation for printing and binding Nevada Reports......

$3,600.00 Erpenditures Labor

$2,423.25 Paper

436.96 Bindery supplies

250.77 Engraving company.

6.18

3,117.16

Balance unexpended, January 1, 1913.

$482.84 GENERAL WORK Following is a summary of the printing executed during the years 1911 and 1912 in the State Printing Office of Nevada :

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Department, and description of work 1911 1- 2.... 400.....Blanks for Sepate. 1- 2.... 400....Blanks for Assembly 1- 3.... 500....Committee reports 1-3.... 400....Presentation blanks. 1- 3.. 400....Returning blanks 1- 3... 500....Senate Committee reports. 1- 3.... 400.... Engrossment Committee reports—Senate 1- 3... 400... Engrossment Committee reports--Assembly 1- 3. 250....Blank receipts for enrolled bills, bound-Senate. 1- 3. 250....Blank receipts for enrolled bills, bound-Assembly 1- 4 300.... Enrollment Committee blanks--Senate 1- 4.. 300.... Enrollment Committee blanks--Assembly 1- 4.. 300.... Notice of bills blanks–Senate. 1- 4.... 300.... Notice of bills blanks-Assembly. 1- 4... 300.... Blank receipts-Senate... 1- 4. 300....Blank receipts-Assembly 1- 6.. 1,000....Letterheads-Senate 1- 6.. 1.000....Letterheads-Assembly 1-10.. 500.... Assembly envelopes-- No. 10 and No. 634 1-10. 500....Senate envelopes—No. 10 and No. 644 1-11. 100....Order of Business-Assembly 1-11.... 50....Order of Business-Senate.. 1-11. 400.... Senate roll-call 1-16.... 1,000.... Assembly roll-call.. 1-16, 50.... Mileage receipts, perforated and bound-Senate. 1-16.. 100.... Mileage receipts, perforated and bound--Assembly. 1-16 500.... Service receipts, perforated and bound-Senate. 1-16. 500.... Service receipts, perforated and bound-Assembly. 1-16.. 50....Stationery receipts, perforated and bound-Senate. 1-16. 100....Stationery receipts, perforated and bound---Assembly 1-17... 500.... Envelopes—Assembly 1-17 500.... Envelopes-Senate. 1-17.... 1,000....Assembly roll call

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500 500 100

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1-17.... 1,500....Motion and resolution blanks-Assembly. 1.000....Motion and resolution blanks- -Senate.

500....Senate envelopes-No. 10.

Impressions 1.500

1.000

700

1-20..

150....Assembly Standing Committees..

1-20..

400....Blank receipts, perforated and bound-Senate.

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1-20.... 1,000....Amendments.

400.... Blank receipts, perforated and bound-Assembly.
500....No. 10 envelopes-Assembly.

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500....Letterheads-Assembly..

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500

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50....Assembly cards-12 sets.

500

600

400

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2-18.

1,000....Assembly letterheads.

500....Assembly envelopes

2-16.... 1,000....Senate envelopes

2-17....

1,500....Assembly letterheads-typewriter..

2-22. 350....Receipts for services, perforated and bound.
500....Resolution Concerning Belmont Mine Disaster.

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500

100....Attaché cards, 12 sets..

500....Assembly envelopes

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500....Senate Joint and Concurrent Resolution No. 2, 2pp..
500....Senate Bill No. 13, 2pp..

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500....Senate Bill No. 14, 1p..

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