001/03. Fiscal Section
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Governor - Fiscal Section - Appropriations and Disbursements
These appropriations are discretionary funds. The documents show how the governor's fiscal office disbursed this money used for state purposes not generally paid through regular state funds. These contingency funds show the date, to whom paid, for what services or purposes and amount paid.
Governor - Fiscal Section - Bound Warrants
This series consists of warrants or documents authorizing payment of money issued by the governor's fiscal office. The volumes show to whom paid, date paid, amount of payment, and purpose.
Governor - Fiscal Section - Cash Books
This series consists of cash books using a two-page accounting system kept by the governor's fiscal office. The left page contains columns for receipts, cash on hand, bank deposits, date, description of entry, check numbers, and balance. The right page contains columns for activity, object symbol, expenses, outlay, and non-cost items.
Governor - Fiscal Section - Chief Financial Officer's Files
Governor - Fiscal Section - Public Debt Ledgers
This series contains volumes kept by the governor's fiscal office which show the amount of money paid to companies that did business with the state. The volumes show date, amount of expenditure and reason for expenditure.
Governor - Fiscal Section - Semi-Annual Insurance Statements
Governor - Fiscal Section - State Depositories Ledgers
The General Assembly Act of October 16, 1879, gave the State of Georgia authority to appoint certain banks and other financial institutions to become a state depository to handle public money. Banks so appointed were bonded by the state. This series consists of appointments and bonds issued by the State of Georgia to make financial institutions state depositories. Most are signed by the governor.
Governor - Fiscal Section - State Property Files
This series contains schedules of property of the State of Georgia and the amount of insurance carried on the property. The schedules generally show the premiums paid, name of insurance agent, name of insurance company, and expiration date. The volumes also show the fair market value of the property for that time period. The inventory was replaced in 1943 by Gov. Ellis Arnall with a mandatory state inventory of all state property.