Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
This series consists of a volume listing sequentially the saleable state bonds issued by the State Treasurer and recorded for reference use by the Comptroller General (now known as Insurance Commissioner). Information consistently given includes: (1) number, (2) series, (3) date of issue, (4) date of maturity, (5) state officers signing bond, (6) treasurer signing coupon, (7) amount of bond, (8) amount of coupon, (9) number on coupon.
These are the recorded copies of surety or performance bonds for Tax Receivers and Collectors. They were recorded in the Office of the Comptroller General until 1926. For each bond the following information is given: name of County, name of Tax official, name of sureties, amount of bond, date issued and date recorded in County Ordinaries Office and date recorded in Comptrollers Generals Office.
These are the rosters showing the names and post office addresses of County Tax Receivers and Collectors. These volumes were apparently kept for reference purposes.
This series is composed of published volumes of compilations of laws extracted from the Georgia Code relating to the regulation of insurance companies.
This series consists of one ledger and is a listing of liquor license holders (by name, no address given).
These cash books give information on the various types of expenses incurred by the Comptroller General's (now known as Insurance Commissioner) Office.
This series consists of a journal recording the amount received for copies of grants and/or plats. Information given includes the date, the number of copies made and the amount paid. For 1827 and 1828, the names of those receiving copies are listed. Entries are chronological. There is no index.
These instructions are published. They present a very comprehensive account of the duties and responsibilities of these public officers, including a complete listing of all laws regarding taxation.
This journal records observations of the Comptroller General (now known as the Insurance Commissioner) concerning tax returns and assessments which he considered unsatisfactory.
Insurance Commissioner - Industrial Loan Commission - Industrial Loan Companies Financial Statements
These annual financial statements of industrial loan companies operating in Georgia are made to the Comptroller General in his capacity as Industrial Loan Commissioner. The statements in the form included in this series were in use between 1958 and 1962. In 1963 the format was changed into a shorter form.
This series consists of a journal recording the expenses incurred by the Comptroller General's Office (now known as the Insurance Commissioner) for the following types of expenditures: postage, express, telephone and telegraph, printing, office fixtures, incidentals, salaries and stationary.