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BUDGET 



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July 1, 1961 to June BO, 1963 




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Governor 

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Montana 



BUDGET 



For the Biennium 

July 1, 1961 to June BO, 1963 




Submitted by 

J. HUGO ARONSON 
Governor 

to the 

MONTANA LEGISLATURE 

1961 Session 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 
NUMBER 

Actual Revenue All Funds, Fiscal Years 1961, 1962, 1963 29 

Benefits, Subventions and Subsidies 44 

Balances and Estimated Revenues, Fiscal Years 1961, 1962, 1963 25 

Budget Director's Letter of Transmittal _. , 14 

Comparative Statement of Expenditures, Fiscal Years 1958, 1959, 1960 33 

Condition of Funds as of June 30, 1958, 1959, 1960 58 

Costs Per Inmate Days, Institutions, Fiscal Years 1958, 1959, 1960 48 

Detail of Revenue, General Fund Only 21 

Estimated and Recommended Expenditures, Fiscal Years 1961, 1962, 1963 17 

Expenditures, Distribution by Object, Fiscal Years 1958, 1959, 1960 36 

General Fund Comparison of Appropriations, 1959 and 1961 Bienniums 23 

Governor's Budget Message — 1 

Investments 47 

Investment of Permanent and Other Funds, June 30, 1960 46 

Local Bond Issues 47 

Local Interim Financing 44 

Registration Units of the University of Montana as of November 1 57 

Special Project Bonds 45 

Elective Officials 71-98 

General Government 97-160 

Highways 161-176 

Agriculture 177-222 

Natural Resources and Conservation 223-264 

Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation 265-302 

Public Safety— Industrial Accident Board 303-322 

Liquor Control 323-326 

Retirement Systems 327-334 

Education 335-450 

Institutions — - 451-530 

Regulatory Agencies - 531-564 

Other _ 565-573 



Governor's Budget Message 



State of Montana 
Executive Chamber 
Helena, Montana 

To the Members of the Legislature of the State of Montana: 

I respectfully submit herewith the recommended Budget and supporting Appropriation Bill for the 1961-63 
Biennium. 

The form of the Budget Document is clear and concise in respect to the immense work program which must be 
processed by you, as Legislators, in a very limited time. A summary sheet completely outlines the fiscal operation of 
each unit or department for quick reference. Sufficient detail for each is attached, with complete breakdown avail- 
able at the Budget Director's Office for detailed study. 

A completely new operation, with a very limited staff, did not attempt to examine requests for land and new 
buildings. This important project requires proper planning and I therefor recommend that all new building be 
stopped for at least two years to allow a complete reappraisal of our needs. I would further recommend borrowing 
from the experience of other states and creating a planning board to review and outline a Capital Improvement 
Program similar to the Nevada system for planning and construction. 

This planning operation completely lists the Capital needs of the state, including the University System; gives 
priority number to each project; submits it for Legislative approval; then in a three-step operation provides for ad- 
vance planning the first year, design the second and construction the third. The letting of contracts could be timed 
to permit Legislative approval or disapproval. 

Before submitting these Budget recommendations, we carefully considered the requests of the various units. 
Many departments requested additional funds for a variety of reasons or programs. Regardless of the fact that 
some of these programs may have had real merit, our financial condition at present did not permit this expansion 
until some of the more pressing problems have been cared for. 

This type of arbitrary budget balancing must be replaced by a completely objective appraisal of all present 
programs. Every program must be classified as either desirable or necessary. Our present fiscal condition demands 
that none but the necessary programs be carried on and in many cases these must suffer curtailment. If we lack 
the moral fibre to set our house in order now when the problem is relatively simple, we are inviting financial chaos 
in the very difficult years ahead. 

Although our present tax system is far from being equitable, it will provide ample revenue for our present needs, 
if proper control is applied. A multitude of corrective measures should be started at once to stop the wasteful prac- 
tices that are draining away our badly needed tax dollars. Some are a matter of policy, some will require statutory 
change and some will require constitutional change. 

Studies of every nature hove been made and shelved, and then made again, but the need now is action. Time 
for long drawn-out studies and kid-glove corrective measures has run out. The answers to many of our problems 
ore evident, having been solved by industry or other states. Others ore a matter of choice, as to which comes first, 
the general welfare of all the people or the welfare of the few of special pressure groups. 

Decisive action, based on immediate and bold decisions made by you in assembly, must replace these endless 
studies. Mistakes will develop, but all will be trivial when compared to the greater mistake of no action at all. 

When reviewed by the spending agencies, this budget will be austere indeed, after years of free spending; but 
to the taxpayers, who must do without to pay this massive bill, it will be far from austere. 

The choice is a program of action as outlined in this Document, or the provision for at least twenty million 
dollars in new revenue to finance our present luxury-type operation. 



LEGISLATURE 

In any program of economy and efficiency, it is well to start with the first authority, in this instance, the Legis- 
lature. A program by example is far superior to any program by decree. To aid in this, may 1 suggest that as you 
face the problems of apportionment this Session as covered by Sections 43-103 and 43-104; you give every consid- 
eration to the reduction of the number of members in the Legislature. If population is to be the measure, I would sug- 
gest that a higher figure be substituted to replace the present 7,000 and 3,500 per member. Another suggestion 
would be to recognize the class of the county. By so doing, we might accept three representatives from each of the 
first and second class counties; two from each of the third and fourth class counties and one from each of the fifth, 
sixth and seventh class counties. This would make a total of 69 house members, or a combined Legislative body 
of 125 members. 

An examination of the payroll costs of the Legislative employees reveals costs in excess of the salary ac- 
counts of the members of the Legislature. This, I am sure, can be corrected either by reducing the number of em- 
ployees or by recruiting all of the help necessary from existing state departments. To enlarge on this, machines that 
are presently rented at every session might then be borrowed from the same offices which provide the personnel. 
An added bonus for the Legislature will be the advantage of not only having qualified personnel, but having 
people who are thoroughly familiar with governmental procedures. 

A final suggestion to your honorable body would be that you examine these budget recommendations very 
carefully for a short period of time, recess and carry these problems home to your constituents across the state for 
their approval or disapproval. 

EDUCATION 

To provide effective control over education at all levels, I would sincerely recommend that all authority be 
centered in one Board of Education. I would suggest that this Board be reduced in number to four appointive, with 
one Ex-Officio member, namely the Governor, as chairman. I would further recom.mend that this Board be relieved 
of all responsibility for the custodial units. The present plan of an Executive Secretary to provide liaison between 
the Board of Education and the university units is an excellent one, and should be extended to provide the same 
liaison for elementary and secondary education. To make this more effective, the Executive Secretary in each case 
should be the chief administrative officer in that field. 

The Board should immediately prepare a new blue-print to define and limit the functions of each unit of the 
university. This would effectively end the costly duplication of courses and would reduce the number of course 
offerings, particularly the high-cost, low-volume programs. 

An examination of the functions of the Department of Public Instruction will reveal how deeply involved we 
have become with federal programs. Section 75-1319 of the Codes makes provision for acceptance of federal money, 
but did not, I am sure, intend to convert this important department into a clearing house for federal programs. 

Our own failure to act, when problems arise, creates the vacuum that is filled by federal intervention. The in- 
evitable result is federal fund programs with controls, to be matched with local funds without controls. This combi- 
nation provides a service which could have been accomplished locally for a lesser amount than our matching 
contribution alone. 



UNIVERSITY SYSTEM 

This particular operation will call for major and bold decisions, very difficult now, but impossible later on. 

Montana cannot now afford a six-unit university system as presently constituted. I would, therefore, recom- 
mend the closing of the School of Mines and the Bureau of Mines and Geology, the conversion of Northern at Havre 
and Western at Dillon to junior-college status, and permit Eastern at Billings to provide a four-year degree in liberal 
arts. To complete this transition and control costs, some definite control of the conditions of admissions and attend- 
ance should be established at once. I would recommend a standard entrance examination crt the three senior units 
to remove students unable to profit by college training, with the provision that those failing may try again at a later 
date. An entrance examination should not be necessary for the junior colleges. This would be in the best interests 
of the students, as well as the units by effectively reducing the great number of drop-outs which take place in the 
first two years. 



A professional examination should be made of space utilization at all units and all new construction postponed 
while findings are evaluated. 

I believe that the practice of providing buildings at the expense of students should be discontinued and in this 
connection, an examination should be made which will list all outstanding bond issues covering self-liquidating 
building projects of the university system for a possible refinancing of this total obligation, if permissible, by issuing 
general obligation bonds. General obligation bonds command a much lower rote of interest than special fund bonds. 
If it is not possible to re-finance present obligations, serious consideration should be given to future financing to 
effect this important saving. 

In this connection, and regardless of the method used, I would suggest that a definite limitation be imposed on 
this type of indebtedness. My suggestion would be a limitation of not to exceed one percent of the assessed value 
of all taxable property in the state, whether a direct lien on property or not. As we limit the indebtedness of the 
subdivisions of the state, so should the state be limited for protection. 

1 would further recommend that the practice of paying athletes from tax funds be discontinued, that the matter 
of student fees be re-examined with the idea in mind of fee limitation not to exceed a fixed percentage of educa- 
tional cost per student per year. 

If we continue to operate the Residence Halls and Auxiliary Enterprises on a self-supporting basis, all expenses 
cormected with these units should be properly assessed. At present, the insurance on these plants is paid for by the 
state in a group policy, but should be segregated. Utilities, such as heat, light and water, ore presently estimated, 
and in some cases the estimated amounts have not been paid. General Fund money appropriated for education 
is being used to defray these expenses. 

I would further suggest that the pledging of land-grant income for bond retirement for any purpose other than 
educational be discontinued at once. One other small item no longer essential is the transportation refund bill 
covered by Section 75-410. 

ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

The controversy over what percentage of the total cost of this school program should be borne by the state will 
not reduce the cost of the program regardless of the outcome. The bill will be the same, but the decision will either 
increase or reduce the burden on property. 

We have made provision for sufficient appropriation from the General Fund for the 100 percent foundation 
program. In this connection, I would recommend that no changes be made in the foundation program until reap- 
priasal and re-classification are completed in the state. The fact that the foundation program is based on the quick- 
sand of poor assessment practices at the one end and subject to continual tampering at the other, has reduced the 
effectiveness of this program for the distribution of state funds. 

A much more important facet of this problem, which does affect the over-all cost, is the need for the reduction of 
the number of school districts in Montana. I would recommend that the present 1,173 districts be reduced to 56 ad- 
ministrative units, or one per county, to reduce costs by consolidation and to better distribute this burden on all 
property in the county. 

Montana, like many other states, has patiently tried consolidation on a voluntary basis. To date, the results 
hove been negative. Compulsory consolidation then becomes the answer, and the withholding of equalization 
funds the penalty for non-compliance. 

Finally, a report should be made of space and time utilization of each teaching unit, for presently our costly 
school plants are idle more hours than they are used. 

The accounting procedures should be properly detailed, to reveal what portions of the school dollar are spent 
for classroom and non-classroom purposes. Non-classroom expenditures have been increasing over the years at 
the expense of classrooms. The ratio of non-classroom employees to classroom employees is three times as great as 
it was twenty-five years ago. 



CUSTODIAL INSTITUTIONS 

Trying to find common ground between the needs of our people in these institutions and the taxpayers' ability 
to support them, poses an immense economic problem. The old concept of doing as little as possible for these people 
must be quickly changel. 

To correct the problem and still stay within the reasonable dollar bounds will call for some firm decisions. The 
need of 10 custodial institutions in Montana is questionable. A first recommendation would be the discontinuance of 
the Twin Bridges operation. Originally called an Orphans' Home, the present register lists but three orphans of a 
total registration of 180. A change in our present laws would permit the adoption of many of these children. The 
remainder should be placed in foster homes where they will have a chance to become individuals again. If we 
insist on continuing this operation, the full individual costs of care of each child should be returned to the county 
of origin. This cost then to be transferred to the parent or parents of the child involved on a penalty basis for 
evasion. 

I would suggest that serious consideration be given to combining the Girls' School in Helena with the Boys' 
School in Miles City. The segregation made many years ago should not have been considered, for it is normal 
for boys and girls to attend school, church and social gatherings together, and our first purpose here is to return 
these young people to a useful and normal way of life. The few incorrigibles at each unit can be effectively handled 
in a compact arrangement with other states, with Montana accepting a full share of this responsibility. 

1 would suggest that you re-examine the need of the operation at Galen. If you decide to continue this hos- 
pital, it should then provide specialized services to all the custodial units, particularly in the surgical field. 

The voters of the state did not foil to recognize the need for a new plant at Deer Lxxlge, but voted against the 
burden being imposed on property. With the wealth of man-power available at the Prison, our alternative is a con- 
struction program utilizing this man-power under the guidance of professional builders. This construction program 
will provide a new plant on the one hand, and a badly needed rehabilitation program on the other. I would further 
suggest that inmates from this organization be used on a repair and maintenance program for all state units. 

To give further emphasis to my previous mention of a Building Program, an examination of our custodial units 
will reveal the present use of buildings no longer serviceable or safe, while nearby, we find new buildings equipped 
with elaborate stone or brick fireplaces, completely unnecessary and even dangerous in some instances, and 
standing as monuments to our present wasteful practices. I would suggest a Legislative examination of the new 
construction at the Girls' Vocational School in Helena. 

I sincerely recommend that a full program of rehabilitation be substituted for our present program of custody. 
This can be possible if all custodial operations are under one authority, with a mandate from the Legislattire as to 
policy. Our present piece-meal approach precludes an organized effort. 

ACCOUNTING PROCEDURES 

All Important in state goverrmient or business operation is the accounting system, and for this reason, I feel 
that a Department of Finance and Administration should be created by combining the present duties of the 
Auditor, Treasurer, Controller and Board of Examiners under one qualified administrator; that a new and modem 
manual of accounting be adopted with special sections provided for the university units and the custodial units. A 
modem machine operation could provide each department with a monthly statement of condition and thereby end 
the need of accountants and bookkeepers within the individual departments. Presently, we have punch-card opera- 
tions in many of the departments, with machine utilization varying from 50 to 100 per cent. The present yearly 
rental for punch-card machines of $293,214 does not warrant less than 100 per cent utilization. Organization of de- 
portments will provide substantial savings through efficiency. 

A central machine room in each building should be provided to make available occasional-use machines, such 
as Thermofax, Mimeograph, etc., to avoid the costly practice of each department purchasing machines that are 
used less than 10 percent of capacity. 

Although the Budget Document was prepared on a line-item basis, in the interest of easing the burden on the 
accounting department and simplyfing the procedure for the Legislature, I would suggest that lump-sum appro- 
priations be made to each department, with a simple restriction in the Appropriation Bill that this money must be 
expended within the limitations as outlined in the Budget Document for each department. I would further recom- 
mend that the office of the Budget Director be charged with the responsibility of this post-audit operation and that 
any infractions be listed with the Legislature at the next session. 



Budget preparation is handicapped by an odd collection of items such as: the Merit System control in some 
departments and not in others; the lack of personnel classification; statutory longevity salary increases for patrol- 
men; union wage scales in sections of departments; statutory-fixed appropriations as in rodent control, Section 
3-2703 of the Codes; statutory appropriation for compacts; declining federal aid percentage of programs; ear- 
marked funds and finally, the lack of a uniform work week. 

DEDICATED FUNDS 

The following charts explain our present lack of legislative control over operating funds and further points up 
the fact that all moves toward economy of operation are always directed at this small part of expenditures over 
which the assembly has control. Our present twenty-five cent Legislature should become a full dollar operation, 
control-wise, beginning with this session. 



FISCAL YEAR 1957-58 





FISCAL YEAR 1958-59 





FISCAL YEAR 1959-60 





1961 BIENNIUM 




A definite move to wipe out all earmarking of funds, with few exceptions, should be serious considered. Much 
of this earmarking came about as an excuse to pass the revenue measure in the first place. 

The corporation license tax and individual income tax with 25 percent dedication for school purposes are 
examples of this strategy. 

We have no choice in the use of highway funds and there is ample justification for the antidiversion act if 
the legislature retains control. Other exceptions may be necessary but, by and large, all possible control of funds 
should be in the hands of the legislature. 

Accounting and appropriation procedures would be simplified by the making of appropriations from one fund, 
rather than the many. Again in the case of the highway funds, appropriations are made to several departments as 
separate items, instead of one transfer from the highway fund to the general fund and then one general fund ap- 
propriation to the department, rather than the two or more presently made. 



To simplify the appropriation process for the university system, the revenue derived from the 6 mill levy on all 
property in the state for the support of the university system, should be deposited in the general fund with proper 
accounting. Student fees should be handled the same way so that one firm appropriation may be made to the units 
from the general fund on a closed basis. 

Our lack of understanding and resulting mistrust has created a quagmire of detail, duplication and red tape 
that absorbs many of our badly needed dollars. 



ORGANIZATION 

In making recommendations on organization, I purposely avoid the use of the word "re-organization," for we 
definitely do not now have an organized effort. Close examination of the sections and units that presently make 
up our state government gives credence to the old addage that "that which is every one's business is no one's 
business." 



We have a collection of isolated departments and units operating as nearly independent of one another as 
possible, with only one restriction common to all, the source of operating funds. As new departments hove been 
added, little or no attention was paid to over-lapping of duties and unnecessary duplication of effort, and as the 
older departments have grown, the tendency has been to stretch the original method of operation without adapting 
to modem methods and conditions. The inevitable result has been excessive cost for mediocre service. Stated 
simply, we hove too many departments, which in turn means too many employees, too much equipment and all 
other related items from telephones to automobiles. 

One important segment of our economy, namely agriculture, is controlled and regulated directly or indirectly 
by the following list of departments: 



Dairy Division 

Commercial Fertilizer Division 

Commercial Feed Division 

Agricultural Statistics Division 

Grain Standards Division 

Horticulture Division 

Real Estate Division 

Rust Control 

Weights and Measures Division 

Hopper and Cricket 

Entomology 

Grass Conservation 



Water Conservation 

Soil Conservation 

State Engineer 

Hail Insurance 

Livestock Commission 

Livestock Sanitary Board 

Poultry Improvement Board 

Milk Control Board 

Experiment Station 

Extension Service 

Wool Lab. Advisory Council 

Agricultural and Livestock Advisory Council 



This poses the question as to whether this industry is in such trouble that these controls are necessary, or is in 
trouble because of these controls. Many of these services could be immediately terminated and the balance com- 
bined in one operation under one qualified commissioner. 

Organization, to be effective, must provide a definite chain of authority from the individual through the de- 
partment to the executive department. This power to guide and control is essential if the Governor is to be held 
responsible for his administration. This power to direct is denied the Governor at present. 

A program of organization must of necessity recognize constitutional and statutory restrictions. I would recom- 
mend that all constitutional requirements be listed and given priority as they effect these changes. The statutory 
corrections can be made during this session, if this money problem is given the priority that it requires. 

The long-range program should provide for the removal from the ballot of all state officers with the exception 
of the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor and the Justices of the Supreme Court. The Attorney General and the 
Secretary of State should be appointed by the Governor. One qualified referee should replace the present Railroad 
Commission and be appointed by the Governor. The present Board of Equalization should be replaced by one 



qualified tax commissioner, appointed by the Governor. An administrative officer, named by the Board of Educa- 
tion, should replace the present Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Supreme Court Justices should select the 
clerk for the Court. 

An efficient and responsible operation requires the placing of administrative authority in the Governor. This 
can be possible if he is allowed to name his staff and impossible under our present system. All departments should 
be combined into 18 major organizations under the supervision of qualified administrators with the qualifications 
carefully enumerated by statute. 

Without going into detail, I recommend that state government be organized into the following departments: 

1 . Elective offices 1 0. Public Safety — Industrial Accident 

2. Deportment of Finance and Administration 11. Natural Resources and Conservation 

3. Education 12. Labor and Industry 

4. Highways 13. Unemployment Compensation 

5. Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation 14. Liquor Control 

6. Custodials 15. Services to Veterans 

7. Taxation 16. Regulatory Agencies 

8. Agriculture 17. Retirement Systems 

9. Commerce 18. Miscellaneous Compacts and Commissions 

In any organization program, every segment of every department should be classified as either desirable or 
necessary. 

A few examples which we would classify as desirable but definitely not necessary are: 

1 . Library Extension Commission $ 85,255 

2. Poultry Improvement Board 38,162 

3. Entomology 57,496 

4. Co-ordinator of Indian Affairs 10,467 

5. Apprenticeship Council 61,962 

6. Rodent Control ._ 40,000 



TOTAL GENERAL FUND SAVINGS $293,342 

7. Milk Control 118,396 



TOTAL SAVINGS TO TAXPAYERS $411,738 

I would suggest that a Legislative committee as part of this session reclassify every segment as per the sample 
above and if time does not permit the necessary legislation to curtail these activities, it can be done by the simple 
expedient of denying funds for operation. 

HAIL INSURANCE BOARD 

Although there was justification for this operation at its inception in 1917, we cannot justify this type of opera- 
tion in 1960. We must either go into the insurance business on the grand scale and provide insurance at cost to 
all segments of our economy, or close this operation out at once. Inasmuch as the s;irplus account in this opera- 
tion has been created by making use of state credit, I feel that the approximate balance of two million dollars 
should be transferred to the General Fund. 



AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 

Just a few short years ago, the Aeronautics Commission operated on a yearly budget of $45,000. Their request 
for each year of the new biennium is now $500,000. This compares with the Cahfornia budget for the same type 
operation of approximately $90,000. 

The money is available for this type of operation in Montana because legislation was passed permitting the 
state to tax all jet fuel used in the military operations at the oirbases at Great Falls and Glasgow. Although the gov- 
ernment pays our highway tax because they use our highways, they definitely provide all of their own facilities 
for their air operations and, therefore, should not be taxed in this manner. 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The tax against the industry, to provide funds for this program, is on a fixed-fee basis of so much per barrel of 
oil produced. This, like the fees in other regulatory agencies, should immediately be changed to a flexible assess- 
ment basis which can be adjusted by the department concerned to fit immediate needs. For the protection of the 
individual industries, a firm ceiling should be set by the Legislature that will prevent excessive assessments. In 
citing these examples, we are not criticizing the departments named, but are definitely criticizing that system which 
permits this. 

In making reference to this type of operation, we ore drawing youi attention to the great number of surplus 
accounts which have been created within the departments and which in the aggregate total more than our Gen- 
eral Fund indebtedness and have contributed to two dangerous conditions. The first is that we have drained a tre- 
mendous amount of money out of the economy of the state which is so badly needed, and at the some time have 
built tremendous temptation for each of these spending agencies with these surplus accounts. 

Taxation is for the purpose of paying for current operations and not for creating surpluses for investment pur- 
poses at the state level. 

REGISTRAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

At the present time, the office of the Registrar of Motor Vehicles operates directly on funds from motor vehicle 
recording. This is another of the units that operate just outside of the direct control of the Legislature. I recommend 
that immediate changes be made in this operation to provide that all funds collected be deposited in the state Gen- 
eral Fund; that the department be placed on a direct appropriation basis from the General Fund and finally, that 
all fees be doubled, to provide additional General Fund revenue. In addition, I would suggest that a charge of 
twenty-five cents per pair apply on each pair of tabs or license plates sent to the counties to cover the cost of this 
operation. 

LAW LIBRARY 

At the present time, this agency operates on both General Fund appropriation and transfers from the Law Li- 
brary Fund. The fees which support this Law Library Fund have not been changed since 1917. A doubling of these 
fees to meet current costs would relieve the General Fund of approximately $10,000 per year. 

SECRETARY OF STATE 

Although this operation is supported entirely by General Fund appropriation, and the fees collected are far in 
excess of the cost of this operation, the fact that they have not been changed since 1935 would warrant a sub- 
stantial increase in all these fees, which will definitely affect the General Fund. 

REGULATORY AGENCIES 

These agencies are an excellent example of how government is created on a piece-meal basis. I would recom- 
mend that definite uniformity be established in the operation of these units. Examples of the variations that presently 



exist are: some operate on a calendar-year basis and some on a fiscal-year basis; the funds of some are deposited 
in the State Treasury and others are not; the per diem allowance varies from S5 to $25 per day; travel ranges from 
three cents through actual to ten cents per mile. 

Only the Board of Pharmacy' has a statutory limitation on surplus funds, which requires a transfer to the Gen- 
eral Fund of all surplus in excess of $1,500. Surpluses for these agencies should be limited to twenty-five percent 
of the previous year's cost of operations. All of these agencies might easily enjoy a comm.on secretarial operation. 
Although they feel that they are operating on funds other than tax money, it is still a tax in a sense that it is a 
forced contribution by law to support these operations. 

RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

At the present time, we have four retirement systems effective in state government. They are Teachers' Retire- 
ment, Highway Patrol Retirement, Public Employees' Retirement and Social Security. State funds are used directly 
or indirectly to match employee contributions in all cases. Highway Potrolm.en are not subject to Social Security, 
but all other state employees are. The Legislature must decide whether four retirement systems are necessary when 
the employees of industry do not enjoy these special privileges. 

ASSOCIATION DUES 

Almost every segment of every department has established affiliation with a national association with the dues 
ranging from $5 to $675 per year. Many of these connections provide questionable benefits to the state, not to men- 
tion the travel costs involved at state expense for these members attending national, state and district meetings. Af- 
filiations of this kind, like out-of-state travel, should be restricted to the upper echelon of government. 

STATE-OWNED VEHICLES 

At the present time, Montana has a tremendous fleet of vehicles operating in the state and to control this tre- 
mendous expense, a firm policy should be established at once. State ownership o' ---"-,-,-., ^^j-g should be limited 
to units requiring mileage in excess of 18,000 miles per year. Travel of a lesser c;- :ld be on a seven cent 

per mile basis paid to the employee. The present restrictions on automobile ''"" ''^ '"^- changed to take 

advantage of the new compacts of American make. The yellow-paint res:: ved at once, as it 

has proved completely ineffective and has added a cost of $100 to every u:..l ;. .i; .— u. 

Although an automobile pool has many advantages, the effectiveness r!pr-ni= rn a sv>-'em of control and 

maintenance. At the present time, no Montana department could effectiveh,- - pool, nor do we 

have the facilities to store and service these machines. If a Department of I .....;-. ■ iti'^n is created, 

control of this operation will be centered there, and any new building program in ■ :rea should 
provide facilities for the storage and servicing of these machines. 

Montana Highway Commission purchases gasoline under contract at a price of 18.9 cents, inc!i;din:i tc:x. T'.ere 
is nothing to prevent the servicing of all state cars and patrol vehicles at these Highway offices ac: 
mitting the Highway Department to charge ten percent for handling and still permitting a saving : :i 

least $150,000 in the biennium. 

PARKS DIVISION 

This expanding operation is supported by General Fund arrrorrin*->r.. Th?:r r=rv:ce includes creating parking 
areas and loading ramps for the great number of boats that -ur Montana highways. To 

transfer some of this cost to the people enjoying the serv: refund on gasoline for boat 

use be reduced to three cents per gallon with the balance .j-l;ui;i-j .j ..._- .-'.ji.<..^ ..vision and the General Fund 
appropriation reduced proportionately. 



BONDING PRACTICES 

It is definitely time for a break-through from the old bonding practices of collecting money in excess of needs 
as we have done in the cigarette tax for the veterans' bonus. Bonding procedure in the past has required the crea- 
tion of sinking funds with surpluses ranging from one to two years' requirement, all completely unnecessary when 
the state's credit is involved. Another abuse of the bonding privilege is apparent when bonds are sold for construc- 
tion purposes far in excess of the contract bid. This process con be reversed by calling for bids first and selling the 
necessary bonds to finance the project. At the present time, these excesses are used for additional projects or in- 
vested until time to retire the first bonds due. 

In this connection, the present restrictions on the investment of state surpluses should be liberalized to provide 
greater returns on these funds and this important operation should be in the hands of a full-time investment spe- 
cialist. This operation should be one incorporated in the new Department of Finance and Administration, which I 
recommended. To insure full-time operation of this department, the present Investment and Insurance section pres- 
ently centered in the Auditor's Office and the real estate agency now in the Department of Agriculture could be 
combined under this department head. 

INVENTORY OF CAPITAL ITEMS 

A definite inventory standard for all deportment-capital items should be prepared by the accounting depart- 
ment listing all pertinent information. 

MEAT INSPECTION 

At the last session, provision for meat inspection was provided by statute with the necessary appropriation 
provided from the General Fund. The appropriation was $70,000 for the present year. The requests for each of the 
years of the new biermium exceed $100,000. This is a very questionable public expense, inasmuch as the Federal 
program makes this service available when requested. 

LEGISLATIVE CORRECTIONS 

1. To head this list I would recommend statutory provision be made for interim downward adjustment of all 
appropriations on a percentage basis when it becomes apparent that revenue will not reach anticipated levels. 
Check periods should be every six months to comply with constitutional provisions for a balanced budget. 

2. Statutory provision should be made for a minimum forty-hour week and I stress minimum. 

3. Vacation period should conform to the practice established in industry and provide two weeks' vacation 
after one full year of employment. Vacation to be taken within the year after being earned with no cany-forward 
and no terminal pay at conclusion of service. 

4. Sick leave privileges should be spelled out to prevent present abuses. 

5. The present 25 percent limitation on gasoline drawback account should be reduced to a factual 1 5 percent. 

6. The present time formula for distributing school monies to the counties should be changed, for it presently 
creates a deficit at the state level at a critical time of the year and a surplus at the coimty level which serves no 
purpose. 

7. All agencies, including regulatory, should deposit their funds in the State Treasury. 

8. Disposal of the old Governor's Mansion and the armory at Poplar, by auction or private treaty, should be 
provided for, this session. 

9. Change statutory cut-off date for payment of claims from July 20 to June 30. 



RODENT CONTROL 



Soctisn 3-2703, Revised Codes 

; recommend the 

-I, now that the t ; 



194'^, provides for on appropriation of S20,000 each year for this 
.jtricken from the statutes and the control returned to the 
. exists. 



many 
tional cases. 



imend that the L 
3, when the A:- 



DEPARTMENTAL ATTORNEYS 



art-time attorneys on the payroll of so 
es to take care of all but the excep- 



A 
and p_.;.. 



PRINTED REPORTS 



-view of the need an 
;ste connected with t::. 



: oris should be made. The tremendous cost 
.ual scrutiny. 



CAPITOL POST OFFICE 



T;. : year, is being operated almost entirely at state ex- 

pense. - ' y=c:r "r S200 per month to the Postmaster. The bal- 

ance oi the - : s salary oi $4/: as are the salaries of the two clerks. The 

mail deliver-. downtown Post .. . ; .d for by the state. The hauling of the annual 

output of mailed income forms is paid lor by the state. Tiiree major departments in other buildings keep three 
cars with drivers on this mail detail. The cost to the state directly and indirectly is about $35,000 per biennium for 
this operation and the state owns the equipment, furnishes the space and utilities in addition to this. 



This matter was forcefully drawn to the 
sume full dollar responsibility for the Offio- 
space and equipment. They further a:- 
ings. This program was submitted to t: 



the Postal authorities. Aft-: -., they agreed to as- 

ed to continue Deadhead exchange for use of 

.'.'o pickups and two deliveries to each of the major build- 

iners in March, 1960. 



At this date, the program is still awaiting approval. I recommend that this condition be corrected at once. 



Conclusion 



This first Executive Budget was prepared with the full realization that we have assumed responsibility for a 
great mass of services ranging from education to petty regulation. 

In submitting these recommendations, we did not start from the level presently existing, but rather returned 
to the basic needs of each operation. 

Solvency can be maintained only if we can reach a compromise between our desires and ability to pay. 



Respectfully submitted, 





STATE OF MONTANA 

DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET 

STATE CAPITOL BUILDING 
HELENA. MONTANA 

December 1, 1960 



Honorable J. Hugo Aronson 
Governor of Montana 
Helena, Montana 



Dear Governor Aronson: 



This, your first Execrutive Budget Document, has been prepared for your presentation to the members of the 
Legislature. Although this proposed Budget deals only with operations, may I suggest that the future Budget Docu- 
ment be prepared in two sections, one for general operation and one for capital items such as land and buildings 
after proper planning. 

The summary form for each department is reduced to three sections; Distribution by Function, Distribution by 
Object, and Financing by Fund. In the Distribution by Object we have combined employee benefits with salaries to 
reduce the number of accounts. 

In spite of the fact that restricted and earmarked funds from many sources are involved, we have included 
every fund and every department in this Budget Document, to return full control of State Government to the 
Legislature. 

Supplementary appropriations have been requested by a great number of departments. Some come under 
the heading of emergency requests and are justified. A large number are to cover deficiencies in P. E. R. S. or other 
employee benefits. Many of these shortages can be handled by transferring funds from other accounts, within the 
operation, after securing the approval of the Board of Examiners. With six full months remaining in the biennium, 
sharp curtailment of expenditures would erase the need for many. 

We draw this to your attention now so that it will be given the attention it deserves by the Legislature. 

In summary, the recommendations made will affect the General Fund as follows: 



General Fund Statement 

General Fund Overdraft as of June 30, 1960 $ 4,981,306 

Estimated General Fund Expenditures — Fiscal 1960-61 38,655,000 

TOTAL OBLIGATION $43,636,306 

Estimated General Fund Revenue — Fiscal 1960-61 37,001,847 

Estimated General Fund Overdraft — June 30, 1961 $ 6,634,459 

Recommended General Fund Appropriations — Fiscal 1961-62 34,566,636 



TOTAL OBLIGATION $4 1 ,20 1 ,095 



Estimated Revenue Present Sources $37,683,219 

Proposed Surtcfx on Income 1,069,515 



Total Estimated Revenue ..$38,752,734 $38,752,734 

Estimated Overdraft June 30, 1962.__._ $ 2,448,361 

Recommended Appropriations — Fiscal 1962-63 $36,361,058 

TOTAL OBLIGATION $38,809,419 

Estimated Revenue Present Sources .$38,248,2 1 9 

Proposed Surtax on Income 1,069,515 



Total Estimated Revenue $39,317,734 $39,317,734 



ESTIMATED SURPLUS JUNE 30, 1963 $ 508,315 

The proposed surtax on income is five dollars per year, per taxoble return. The number of returns times five 
(213903 X 5) will provide estimated additional revenue each year of $1,069,515. 

The small surplus will be available to the Legislature if they choose to provide supplementary appropriations 
in cases which we felt were not worthy of recommendation. 

Respectfully submitted. 



j:^'^ ^y^^. 



J. F. REID 

Director of the Budget 



The following state agencies failed to file Budget requests on or before September 1 5th, as provided by Chapter 
158, Lows of 1959: 



Abstractors' Examining Board 
Agriculture, Department of 
Architectural Examiners, Board of 
Cosmetologists, Board of 
Engineer 

Fish & Game Commission 
Food Distributors, Board of 
Hail Insurance, Board of 
Industrial Accident Board 
Liquor Control Board 
Medical Examiners, Board of 
Optometry Examiners' Board 
Pharmacy, Board of 



Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors 

Railroad Commission 

Secretary of University of Montana 

Treasurer 

Water Conservation Board 

Montana State University 

Montana State College 

Eastern Montana College 

Montana Experiment Station 

Montana Extension Service 

Children's Center 

Vocational School for Girls 



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Detail of Revenue by Sources 
General Fund Only 





Estimated 
1960-61 


Estimated 
1961-62 


Estimated 
1962-63 


Corporation License 

Income Tax — 

Coal License and Tax 


$ 3,600,000 


$ 3,600,000 

9,393,750 

10,000 

70,000 

1,957,701 

6,000 

600 

175,000 

303,000 

2,700 

3,696,545 

145,000 

800,000 

55,000 

388,000 

800 

221,100 

6,000 

9,400 

1,600,000 

2,500 

1,100 


$ 3,600,000 


9,300,000 

10,000 

68,000 

_ 1,900,681 

6,000 

_ 600 


9,487,500 
10,000 


Cement 

Oil 


70,000 

1,996,855 

6,000 


Aviation Gas Permit 


600 




... . 175,000 


175,000 




294,000 

2,700 

3,623,973 

150,000 

750,000 

57,000 


310,000 


Cigarette License 

Cigarette Tax 


2,700 

3,770,381 

140,000 


Metal Mines 

nnntrni^cirs' T.ireriiRf? 


800,000 
55,000 


Electrical Energy 


386,680 


390,000 


Telegraph 


800 

220,000 

_. .... 6,000 


800 
223,300 


Express - 

Pullman — 

Inheritance — 

Gas Refund Permit 


6,000 


9,400 

1 ,580,000 

4,000 

1,100 


9,400 

1,650,000 

2,500 

1,100 








TOTAL 


$22,145,934 


$22,444,105 


$22,707,136 


Beer License and Tax 

Liquor Excise _— 

Liquor License 

Liquor Profits 


$ 1,053,480 

2,973,000 

500,000 

2,750,000 


$ 1,074,480 

3,273,000 

500,000 

2,750,000 


$ 1,095,880 

3,473,000 

500,000 

2,750,000 


TOTAL --- 


$ 7,276,480 


$ 7,597,480 


$ 7,818,880 



Detail of Revenue by Sources 
General Fiaid Only 



Estimated Estimated Estimated 

1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



2 Mill Property Levy $ 1,383,292 $ 1,400,000 $ 1,416,000 

Dairy . 16,000 16,500 16,500 

Grain Standards 6,900 7,200 7,200 

Horticulture 54,400 54,400 54,400 

Real Estate 12,000 12,250 12,500 

Weights and Measures 57,750 63,400 66,275 

Feeds 633 640 694 

Fertilizer 468 522 574 

Grain Revolving 8,665 8,665 8,665 

Apprenticeship Council 3,800 2,600 1,600 

Insurance License 2,200,000 2,200,000 2,200,000 

Investment License 10,000 10,000 10,000 

Fire Marshall Fees 1 , 1 00 1 , 1 00 1 , 1 00 

Examiners Fees 175,455 175,780 176,005 

Controller 70 70 70 

Custodian 5,880 5,880 5,880 

Entomologist 1,600 1,600 1,600 

Foresters Fees 100 100 100 

Board of Health 37,300 37,800 38,300 

Patrol Fines 445,000 452,161 455,068 

Drivers' Licenses 481,000 465,746 488,352 

Land Office Fees 9,000 9,000 9,000 

Livestock Dairy Fees 2,220 2,220 2,220 

Milk Control Board 1,900 1,900 1,900 

Welfare Estates 98,000 98,000 98,000 

Motor Carrier Fees 380,000 388,000 396,000 

Public Service Fees 7,400 7,600 7,700 

Correspondence School 7,000 7,000 7,000 

Secretary of State Fees ...- 180,000 185,000 190,000 

Interest on Invested Surplus 200,000 200,000 200,000 



TOTAL $ 5,786,933 $ 5,815,134 $ 5,872,703 

State University $ 595,000 $ 610,000 $ 620,000 

State College 535,000 545,000 555,000 

Extension Service 20,000 20,000 20,000 

School of Mines 50,000 50,000 50,000 

Western Montana College 65,000 65,000 65,000 

Eastern Montana College 140,000 143,000 145,000 

Northern Montana College 95,000 95,000 95,000 



TOTAL .„ _ $ 1,500,000 $ 1,528,000 $ 1,550,000 

Children's Center $ 8,000 $ 8,000 $ 8,000 

Industrial School 31,000 32,000 33,000 

Vocational School 1 1 .500 11 ,500 1 1 ,500 

State Hospital 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium 205,000 210,000 210,000 

Home for Senile Aged 17,000 17,000 17,000 

Training School 20,000 20,000 20,000 



TOTAL $ 292,500 $ 298,500 $ 299,500 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE $37,001,847 $37,683,219 $38,248,219 



GENERAL FUND COMPARISON OF APPROPRIATIONS 
Actual 1959 Biennium — Recommended 1961 Bienniiun 



1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Recommended 



ELECTIVE OFFICES 

Governor . ._ $ 107,795 $ 106,781 

Secretary of State 132,915 1 69,279 

Attorney General 192,600 181,057 

Treasurer 1 77,053 79,548 

Auditor 242,080 216,719 

Supt. of Public Instruction 590,080 440,000 

Supreme Court _ _ 265,260 232,351 

Railroad Commission 296,490 306,603 



$ 1,904,273 $ 1,732,338 



BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 



Vocational Rehabilitation _. $ 180,000 $ 211,064 

Apprenticeship Council 60,440 6 1 ,962 

Controller - 27 1 ,905 220,770 

Historical Society. , 1 36,246 1 00,000 

Board of Examiners ^ 244,272 1 64,442 

Lands and Investments 246,774 234,208 

Capitol Custodian 563,834 546,171 

District Court Judges 526,840 593,805 

Veterans Welfare Commission 290,000 287,006 

EquaHzation _ 832,035 667,459 

Labor and Industry 29,307 23,906 

Indian Affairs 10,950 10,467 

Forester . _ _ - ._ 495,805 423,232 

Entomologist 57,405 57,496 

Pardons 1 85,830 1 70,23 1 

Livestock Sanitary Board 505,800 360,731 

Livestock Commission 75,000 40,000 

Poultry Improvement Board 38,007 38,162 

Agriculture 710,330 612,807 

SoU Conservation 24,297 24,378 

Water Conservation 1 , 1 50,500 1 ,082,403 

Engineer _ _ 286,522 260,349 

Parks _ - _ 122,700 156,445 

Health _ _ _ 767,000 797,843 

Adjutant General 700,200 686,432 

Highway Patrol _ _ - 2,806,021 2,669,058 

Civil Defense 42,000 27,294 

Public Welfare --^- 8,469,000 8,199,625 

Library Extension 78,544 85,255 

Budget Diredor 85,500 7 1 ,299 

P. B. X 59,000 70,285 

University Secretary - 95,000 82,461 

County Attorneys - 24 1 , 1 00 249,045 

Examiner, State 352,000 389,063 

Low Library -.- -- 19,019 1 3,25 1 



$20,759,183 $19,688,405 



GENERAL FUND COMPARISON OF APPROPRIATIONS 
Actual 1959 Biennium — Recommended 1961 Biemiium 



1S59 Biennium 1361 Biennium 

Actual Recommended 



UNIVERSITY UNITS 

Montana S' :ty _ __.... _ _...,$ 5,586,204 $ 4,681,011 

Montana S:. _ _ 6,220,125 4,610,532 

Experiment Siauon _ _ _._. 1,325,264 784,521 

Extension Service , _ _._. 690,830 610,455 

School of Mines -- „ 820,713 675,084 

Western Montana College 672,815 447,691 

Eastern Montana College _ _ _. 1,619,215 1,452,862 

Northern Montana College ..._. _ _ 993,133 '527!334 



$17,928,299 $13,789,490 

CUSTODIAL UNITS 

Deaf and Blind __. ..$ 531,800 $ 349,148 

Children's Center 978,630 730,700 

Industrial School 928,700 749,336 

Vocational School .._ 583,644 385!499 

Prison _ 2,998,542 2,469763 

Hospital - , . 5,998,396 5,526,587 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium 2,432,150 1,822,118 

Soldiers' Home ... _ _ 154,000 146,974 

Home for Aged 31 1,840 306,889 

Training School _ 1,821,000 1,550,350 



$16,738,702 $14,037,364 

School Aid $17,050,023 $20,472,202 

Fire Insurance ....- 140,000 222,000 

Transportation of Prisoners _ ., 50,000 60,000 

Prison Farm Purchase _ _ 168,895 

Legislative Council 100,000 82^000 

Western Interstate _ 

Compact for Higher Education 20,000 

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EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1958 



Abstractors' Examiners S 

Adjusted Compensation 

Adjutant General 

Aeronautics Commission 

Department of Agriculture .... 

Apprenticeship Council _ 

Architectural Examiners 

Athletic Commission 

Attorney, County 

Attorney General 

Auditor 

Bank Examiner 

Barber Examiners 

Chiropractic Examiners 

Civil Defense 

Controller 

Cosmetologists 

Custodian 

Embalmers & Funeral Dir. .... 

Engineer 

Entomologist 

Equalization, Board of 

Examiners, Board of 

Fine Arts Commission 

Fish & Game Commission .... 

Forester _ 

Governor's Office - 

Grass Conservation Comm. - 

Hail Insurance, Board of 

Health, Board of 

Highway Commission - ,- 

Payments to Contractors - 

Advance Payments 

Highway Patrol 

Historical Society 

Indian Affairs, Co-ord. of 

Industrial Accident Board .... 

District Judges * 

Labor and Industry 

Lands and Investments 

Low Library 

Legislature 

Library Extension Comm. .... 

Liquor Control Board 

Livestock Commission 

Livestock Sanitary Board -- 

Medical Examiners 

Merit System 

Milk Control Board 

Nurses Examining Board _ 
Oil & Gas Conserv. Comm. 
Optometry Examiners Board 

Osteopathic Examiners 

Pardons, Board of 

Parks 

P. B. X 

Pharmacy, Board of 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 


MISCELLANEOUS 


> TOTAL 


210 


$ 90 


$ 327 


$ 


$ 


$ 627 


5,739 


265 








6,004 


62,376 


137,412 


4,942 


36,061 




240,791 


37,745 


20,755 


13,737 


103,492 




175,729 


336,837 


51,373 


52,721 


9,645 




450,576 


21,355 


3,599 


4,254 


187 




29,395 


1,102 


349 


566 






2,017 


48 


30 


344 






422 


87,930 










87,930 


85,187 


8,275 


6,284 


2,891 




102,637 


97,428 


12,601 


2,071 


917 




113,017 


76,682 


3,577 


20,384 


1,333 




101,976 


1,568 


1,244 


3,108 






5,920 


1,820 


465 


1,034 


5 




3,324 


40,731 


12,232 


5,507 


23,974 




82,444 


107,142 


33,068 


5,153 


2,063 




147,426 


3,307 


2,348 


3,298 


175 




9,128 


221,979 


59,205 




2,762 


(54) 


283,892 


907 


384 


739 






2,030 


63,383 


42,850 


11,149 


5,076 




122,458 


17,130 


2,253 


3,737 


100 




23,220 


407,530 


66,708 


20,636 


11,603 




506,477 


66,795 


15,126 


2,852 


59,369 




144,142 


460 


521 


631 






1,612 


1,186,245 


412,814 


338,306 


198,390 


291,072 


2,426,827 


298,627 


235,272 


37,924 


3,924 




575,747 


35,888 


19,410 


440 


386 


171,147 


227,271 


6,383 


1,472 


2,106 






9,961 


19,357 


2,795 


6,470 


281 




28,903 


502,534 


286,069 


40,513 


111,924 




941,040 


7,210,369 


5,819,799 


476,600 


1,370,383 


139,368 
23,416,652 
15,546,475 


15,016,519 
23,416,652 
15,546,475 


669,832 


339,072 




166,735 


13,188 


1,188,827 


77,745 


63,211 


3,678 


25,669 




170,303 


3,677 


263 


1,195 






5,135 


191,912 


65,731 


28,409 


20,123 




306,175 


242,909 




18.135 






261,044 


11,340 


364 


1,772 






13,476 


82,945 


5,698 


19,034 


276 




107,953 


7,535 


294 




6,989 




14,818 


9,738 


21,600 


7,658 


497 




39,493 


39,368 


15,842 


5,105 


48,859 




109,174 


1,125,190 


411,206 


45,193 


2,800 




1,584,389 


339,465 


35,108 


66,744 


3,796 




445,113 


194,623 


19,461 


34,055 


5,304 




253,443 


6,078 


2,089 


786 


35 


148 


9,136 


20,301 


1,998 


587 


554 




23,440 


15,668 


4,089 


3,284 


407 




23,448 


13,462 


3,983 


2,215 


265 




19,925 


93,027 


19,742 


11,084 


18,949 




142,802 


226 


145 


715 






1,086 




66 


139 






205 


34,726 


5,108 


10,275 


2,147 




52,256 


48,110 


38,524 


4,004 


10,029 




100,667 


15,495 


12,245 




70 




27,810 


5,685 


4,424 


1,503 






11,612 



EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1958 



Plumber's Examining Board 

Poultry Impvt. Board 

Prof. Eng. & Land Surveyors 

P. E. R. S 

Public Welfare 

Welfare Assistance 

Railroad Commission 

Registrar of Motor Vehicles 

Secretary of State 

Sec. of Univ. of Mont. 

Soil Conservation Comm. ._ 
Supt. of Public Instruction __ 

Supreme Court -,- 

Teachers' Retirement System 

Trade Commission 

Treasurer 

Unemploy. Comp. Comm. 
Veterans' Welfare Comm. __ 

Veterinary Medical Ex. 

Voc. Rehab., Bureau of ... 
Water Conservation Board . 

Coal Mine Inspectors 

Lab. Building 

Capitol Building Repair 

TOTAL -____. 

Fire Insurance 

Student Travel Refunds 

General Fund Direct 

Voc. Education School Aid . 
Misc. (Tronsp. Prisoners — 

Tax Ed.) „..._ 

Distribution to Pub. Schools 
Public School Equalization 
Common Sch. Int. & Income 

Forestry Funds 

Taylor Grazing 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 


MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL 


5,098 


1,093 


1,547 


250 




7,988 


10,795 


1,417 


4,069 


238 




16,519 


3,550 


4,803 


2,763 


76 


10 


11,202 


70,256 


15,847 


7,399 


2,758 




96,260 


. 939,382 


37,320 


60,669 


7,271 


47,429 
11,710,581 


1,092,071 
11,710,581 


99,921 


15,968 


20,206 


1,541 




137,636 


187,122 


179,646 


523 


64,341 




431,632 


51,942 


15,262 


669 


1,112 




68,985 


12,635 


2,069 


511 


1,064 




16,279 


8,198 


354 


1,933 






10,485 


304,441 


150,463 


45,715 


14,158 


(3,764) 


511,013 


121,583 


7,263 


683 


1,536 




131,065 


1 31,573 


8,419 


1,165 






41,157 


16,071 


10,110 




32 




26,213 


31,869 


3,791 


96 


520 




36,276 


. 1,084,175 


190,859 


47,221 


31,731 


256,593 


1,610,579 


132,535 


17,472 


14,326 


251 




164,584 


276 


160 


147 






583 


95,522 


144,829 


10,455 


134 




250,940 


110,550 


19,269 


10,173 


40,908 


406,931 


587,831 




93 


63 


424 


• 


156 
424 






$ 1,561,736 




76,174 


76,174 


$17,571,345 


$ 9,149,131 


$ 2,426,790 


$52,071,950 


$82,780,952 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 355,588 

479 

1,993 

35,534 

144,068 
6,399,999 
3,365,103 
3,736,329 
1,118,762 


$ 355,588 

479 

1,993 

35,534 

144,068 
6,399,999 
3,365,103 
3,736,329 
1,118,762 










35,107 


35,107 




$15,192,962 


$15,192,962 


$17,571,345 


$ 9,149,131 


$ 1,561,736 


$ 2,426,790 


$67,264,912 


$97,973,914 



EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1959 



Abstractors' Examiners 

Adjusted Compensation ..._ 

Adjutant General 

Aeronautics Commission .— 
Department of Agriculture 

Apprenticeship Council 

Architectural Examiners .... 

Athletic Commission 

Attorney, County 

Attorney General 

Auditor 

Bonk Examiner 

Barber Examiners 

Chiropractic Examiners 

Civil Defense 

Controller 

Cosmetologists 

Custodian 

Dental Examiners 

Embalmers & Funeral Dir. .. 

Engineer 

Entomologist — •. 

Equalization, Board of 

Examiners, Board of 

Fish & Game Commission .. 

Forester 

Governor's Office 

Grass Conservation Comm. 
Hail Insurance, Board of .... 

Health, Board of 

Highway Commission 

Payments to Contractors . 

Advance Payments 

Highway Patrol 

Historical Society 

Indian Affairs, Co-ord. of ...- 
Industrial Accident Board — 

District Judges 

Labor and Industry 

Lands and Investments 

Low Library 

Legislature 

Library Extension Comm. .. 

Liquor Control Board 

Livestock Commission 

Livestock Sanitary Board ... 

Medical Examiners 

Merit System 

Milk Control Board 

Nurses Examining Board ... 
Oil & Gas Conserv. Comm. . 

Optometry Examiners 

Osteopathic Examiners 

Pardons, Board of 

Parks 

P. B. X 

Pharmacy, Board of 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 

$ 


MISCELLANEOUS 


TOTAL 


110 


$ 50 


S 579 


S $ 


739 


90,293 


16,593 


3,901 


2,943 




113,730 


65,981 


159,628 


4,702 


65,399 


(186) 


295,524 


52,619 


39,465 


18,914 


62,305 




173,303 


361,884 


65,240 


52,034 


11,677 


100,000 


590,835 


21,573 


3,863 


4,212 


823 




30,471 


1,540 


155 


322 






2,017 


16 


71 


158 


5,195 




5,440 


103,026 










103,026 


89,505 


6,942 


5,226 


866 




102,539 


110,510 


26,873 


14,034 


4,197 




155,614 


89,696 


6,769 


23,823 


1,726 




122,014 


1,574 


1,216 


3,951 






6,741 


1,040 


1,331 


231 






2,602 


31,481 


15,578 


7,385 


34,894 




89,338 


111,068 


41,955 


7,131 


1,752 




161,906 


5,840 


2,221 


3,362 


885 




12,308 


227,068 


73,136 




874 


(288) 


300,790 


600 


959 


823 






2,382 


1,168 


590 


456 






2,214 


68,444 


45,305 


9,493 


3,337 




126,579 


17,183 


1,553 


3,841 


5,420 




27,997 


412,756 


93,275 


18,468 


19,690 


(172) 


544,017 


73,206 


18,658 


2,583 


1,206 




95,653 


1,239,979 


373,833 


347,298 


90,650 


304,275 


2,356,035 


309,713 


232,230 


42,609 


11,366 




595,918 


36,724 


21,868 


753 


1,870 


43,028 


104,243 


6,750 


1,218 


2,328 






10,296 


20,077 


3,321 


4,947 






28,345 


525,026 


308,176 


36,669 


29,494 


36,133 


935,498 


8,307,833 


8.599,835 


732,825 


1,028,176 


(533,378) 

31,754,369 

5,978,580 


18,135,291 

31,754,369 

5,978,580 


714,050 


412,204 




179,811 


30,375 


1,336,440 


76,736 


92,668 


2,120 


31,662 




203,186 


3,781 


183 


1,172 


260 




5,396 


213,738 


88,182 


28,301 


8,216 




338,437 


242,971 




19,431 






262,402 


9,853 


962 


1,296 






12,111 


89,096 


8,305 


20,787 


1,374 




119,562 


7,946 


497 




8,983 




17,426 


393,577 


107,879 


7,347 


48,310 




557,113 


44,835 


15,038 


5,987 


25,689 




91,549 


1,120,503 


416,430 


45,574 


2,000 




1,584,507 


333,302 


38,358 


62,308 


4,642 




438,610 


203,634 


23,628 


31,790 


6,369 


(226) 


265,195 


5,373 


1,848 


707 


363 


325 


8,616 


21,756 


2,873 


268 


385 




25,282 


19,301 


8,120 


4,513 


300 




32,234 


12,276 


3,931 


2,047 


48 




18,302 


93,324 


22,952 


9,497 


4,055 




129,828 


209 


294 


347 






850 




86 


146 






232 


36,022 


4,761 


11,843 






52,626 


54,223 


27,778 


4,774 


16,879 




103,654 


16,614 


11,085 




157 




27,856 


6,393 


4,715 


1,327 






12,435 



EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1959 



Plumbers' Examining Board- 
Poultry Improvement Bd. 

Prof. Eng. & Land Surveyors 

P. E. R. S 

Public Welfare ____ 

Welfare Assistance 

Railroad Commission 

Registrar of Motor Vehicles- 
Secretary of State 

Sec. of Univ. of Mont. 

Soil Conservation Comm. .— 
Supt. of Public Instruction — . 

Supreme Court 

Teachers' Retirement System 

Trade Commission 

Treasurer 

Unemploy. Comp. Comm. _ 
Veterans' Welfare Comm. - 
Veterinary Medical Ex. ...„ 

Voc. Rehab., Bureau of 

Water Conservation Board 

Coal Mine Inspectors 

Lob. Building 

Capitol Building Repair — .. 

TOTALS 

Fire Insurance 

Student Travel Refunds 

Voc. Education School Aid 
Misc. {Transp. Prisoners — 

Tax Ed.) 

Distribution to Public Schools 
Public School Equalization .. 
Common Sch. Int. & Income- 
Forestry Funds 

Taylor Grazing 

Flood Control 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 


MISCEUANEOUS 


TOTAL 


4,953 


1,205 


1,172 








7,330 


11,358 


2,059 


3,052 


1,231 






17,700 


; 3,892 


4,058 


1,073 


689 


6 




9,718 


69,331 


18,574 


6,465 


663 






95,033 


988,107 


33,030 


52,071 


2,363 


47,877 
11,651,312 




1,123,448 
11,651,312 


107,370 


16,992 


19,396 


655 






144,413 


. 180,211 


76,309 


252 


1,052 






257,824 


53,193 


13,892 




969 






68,054 


14,666 


2,468 


103 


814 






18,051 


8,170 


1,373 


1,969 








11,512 


. 341,547 


189,653 


51,690 


60,326 


(1,429) 




641,787 


113,655 


26,671 


601 


1,088 






142,015 


L 32,889 


7,282 


1,066 








41,237 


16,943 


9,375 




417 






26,735 


34,088 


2,696 


113 


722 






37,619 


, 1,200,054 


211,162 


52,260 


31,954 


50,789 




1,546,219 


129,102 


18,225 


13,815 


82 






161,224 


270 


222 


306 








798 


106,536 


152,328 


10,848 


1,401 






271,113 


117,639 


19,448 


10,409 


46,950 


532,718 




727,164 


11 


46 


168 


20,686 


113,368 


$ 


225 
20,686 
113,368 


$19,637,781 


$12,261,752 


$ 1,841,469 


$ 1,896,310 


$50,107,476 


85,744,788 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 8,433 

867 

31,765 

229,125 

7,100,000 

3,625,311 

3,506,730 

782,471 

38,780 

56,274 


$ 
$ 


8,433 

867 

31,765 

229,125 
7,100,000 
3,625,311 
3,506,730 

782,471 




38,780 




56,274 








$15,379,756 


15,379,756 


$19,637,781 


$12,261,752 


$ 1,841,469 


$ 1,896,310 


$65,487,232 


$101,124,544 



EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRBUnON BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1960 



Abstractors' Examiners 

Adjusted (Dompensotion 

Adjutant General 

Aeronautics Commission 

Agriculture, Department of .. 

Apprenticeship Council 

Architectural Examiners 

Athletic Commission _ 

Attorney, County 

Attorney General 

Auditor 

Bank Examiner 

Barber Examiners 

Budget, Director of 

Chiropractic Examiners 

Civil Defense 

Controller 

Cosmetologist, Board of 

Custodian 

Dental Examiners, Board of.. 
Embalmers & Funeral Dir. .... 

Engineer 

Entomologist 

Equalization, Bcxnxi of 

Examiners, Board of ^ 

Fish & Gome Commission .... 

Forester 

Governor — Mansion 

Grass Conservation Comm. 

Hail Insurance 

Health, Board of 

Highway Commission 

Pcryments to Contractors -. 

Advance Payments 

Highv\^ay Patrol 

Historical Society 

Indian Affairs, Co-ord. of 

Industrial Accident Board .. 

Judges, District 

Labor & Industry 

Lands & Investments 

Law Library 

Legislature 

Library Extension Comm. .... 

Liquor Control Board 

Livestock Commission 

Livestock Sanitary Board .— 

Medical Exam., Board of 

Merit System 

Milk Control Board 

Nurses Examiners Board 

Oil & Gas Conserv. Comm. ._ 
Osteopathic Exam. Board .. 

Pardons, Board of 

Parks 

P. B. X : 

Pharmacy, Board of 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 

$ 


mSCEUANEOUS TOTAL 


255 


$ 45 


$ 613 


$ 


$ 913 


58,586 


2,364 


669 


693 




62,312 


85,936 


162,884 


4,812 


66,252 




319,884 


42,955 


39,751 


9,122 


152,233 




244,061 


408,897 


64,898 


55,103 


25,392 




554,290 


23,065 


2,451 


4,519 






30,035 


1,298 


145 


429 






1,872 




316 


471 


90 




877 


119,071 










119,071 


83,868 


8,253 


4,429 


3,325 




99,875 


120,327 


13,129 


2,109 


2,693 




138,258 


123,047 


12,737 


34,042 


3,628 


17,500 


190,954 


1,574 


1,966 


4,500 






8,040 


20,493 


1,057 


1,101 


1,674 




24,325 


1,155 


1,019 


470 






2,644 


12,163 


11,884 


3,903 


15,642 




43,592 


111,308 


27,508 


5,840 


1,449 




146,105 


6,502 


2,789 


3,315 


45 




12,651 


232,634 


57,756 




862 




291,252 


600 


1,977 


848 


887 




4,312 


952 


730 


416 






2,098 


65,046 


54,692 


5,053 


2,137 




126,928 


20,491 


2,512 


1,641 






24,644 


459,696 


62,294 


16,801 


8,147 




546,938 


71,969 


24,939 


1,762 


3,252 




101,922 


1,298,301 


481,246 


342,924 


101,771 


520,828 


2,745,070 


359,079 


323,527 


43,554 


5,486 




731,646 


40,055 


7,008 


773 


46,406 


42,313 


136,555 


6,846 


1,056 


2,257 






10,159 


21,204 


3,170 


4,069 


194 




28,637 


562,831 


312,552 


39,871 


6,647 




921,901 


8,693,921 


7,163,041 


803,780 


1,116,716 


(327,065) 
28,760,303 
(151,431) 


17,450,393 

28,760,303 

(151,431) 


825,352 


324,906 




137,441 


(15,935) 


1,271,764 


67,626 


62,629 


1,514 


30,166 




161,935 


2,946 


131 


1,051 






4,128 


253,877 


86,669 


30,962 


14,968 




386,476 


245,056 




24,106 






269,162 


9,892 


587 


1,480 


1,641 




13,600 


88,024 


6,656 


21,836 


45 




116,561 


8,811 


240 




6,890 




15,941 


~ 23,084 


37,590 


8,894 


568 




70,136 


47,502 


20,745 


4,949 


44,851 




118,047 


1,152,265 


423,984 


47,939 


5,646 




1,629,834 


317,432 


44,741 


68,011 


1,396 




431,580 


185,065 


25,919 


20,458 


57,115 


(578) 


287,979 


5,387 


2,083 


589 


54 


65 


8,178 


21,387 


3,495 


409 


273 




25,564 


39,442 


16,132 


11,079 


1,952 




68,605 


11,789 


4,218 


2,665 


50 




18,722 


92,823 


22,663 


10,347 


1,929 




127,762 




81 


146 






227 


57,434 


7,009 


17,238 


3,566 




85,247 


67,795 


27,346 


2,298 


1,280 


22,094 


120,813 


17,625 


12,020 








29,645 


8,621 


5,681 


2,642 


1,583 




18,527 



Plumbers Examining Board 
Poultry Improvement Board- 
Prof. Engineers and 

Land Survey 

P. E. R. S 

Public Welfare, Dept. of 

Welfare Assistance 

Railroad Commission 

Registrar of Motor Vehicles- 
Secretary of State 

Secretary of University 

Soil Conservation „- 

Supt. of Public InstrucjHon „_ 

Supreme Court 

Teachers' Retirement System 

Trade Commission 

Treasurer 

Unemploy. Comp. Comm. . 
Veterans' Welfare Comm. . 
Vet. Medical Exam., Bd. of 
Vocot. Rehab., Bureau of _ 
Water Conservation Board 

Coal Mine Inspectors 

Lab. Building 

Capitol Bldg. & Repairs .._.. 



EXPENDITURES OF BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS 
DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1960 



Fire Insurance — .. 

Student Travel Refunds 

Vocational Edu. School Aid. 
Misc. (Transp. Prisoners) -.., 
Distribution to Pub. Schools 
Public Schools Equalization 
Common Sch. Int. & Income 

Forestry Funds 

Taylor Grazing 

Flood Control 



SALARIES 


OPERATING 


TRAVEL 


EQUIPMENT 


MISCELLANEOUS TOTAL 


5,588 


2,591 


1,681 




9,860 


14,151 


1,654 


3,408 


2,080 




21,293 


3,882 


2,258 


1,351 


50 




7,541 


77,330 


19,823 


7,946 


1,337 




106,436 


983,632 


42,284 


53,316 


6,752 


53,001 
11,819,532 


1,138,985 
11,819,532 


105,776 


19,699 


18,753 


459 




144,687 


192,168 


42,145 


518 


10,340 




245,171 


55,755 


8,617 


370 


1,138 




65,880 


17,272 


2,822 


367 


965 




21,426 


7,744 


661 


3,465 






11,870 


407,455 


175,633 


62,689 


14,702 




660,479 


111,441 


9,216 


938 


2,077 




123,672 


1 32,933 


8,668 


1,443 






43,044 


17,298 


7,833 




380 




25,511 


33,258 


3,095 


298 


1,220 




37,871 


. 1,272,429 


251,442 


52,476 


30,389 


268,258 


1,874,994 


110,687 


16,229 


15,073 


118 




142,107 


282 


214 


225 






721 


117,398 


170,077 


12,521 


2,658 




302,654 


137,904 


21,386 
26 


14,962 


36,546 


285,934 
45,186 


496,732 
26 

45,186 


$20,307,743 


$10,791,594 


$ 1,929,609 


$ 1,988,246 


$41,340,005 


$76,357,197 


$ 


$ 






$ 2,959 

325 

30,289 

24,914 

8,094,469 

4,105,073 

3,839,334 

887,464 

39,409 


$ 2,959 

325 

30,289 

24,914 

8,094,469 

4,105,073 

3,839,334 

887,464 

39,409 










14,916 


14,916 







$17,039,152 $17,039,152 



$20,307,743 $10,791,594 $ 1,929,609 $ 1,988,246 $58,379,157 $93,396,349 



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BENEFITS. SUBVENTIONS AND SUBSIDIES 



Alien Heirs 

Area Vocational Program N.D.E.A. 
Certification 

Correspondence School 

Cost of Licjuor Sold , 



Distribution Hail Insurance Trust 

Donable Property 

Fireman's DisabOity _. 

Forester 

Guidance and Counseling N.D.E.A. — . 
Hail Insurance 

Health Board ..,.. „ 

Highway Patrol Retirement Pensions - 

Hospital Construction Aid 

Indian Education Aid 

Industrial Accrident . _ 

Industrial Accident Benefit Payments . 

Math, Science N.D.E.A ..._. 

Medicxtl Examining Board 

Nurses Examining Board 

Public Employees Retirement System . 



Public Employees Retirement System Pensions 

School Lunch Aid 

Stock Estrcry Payments 

U.C.C. Benefits 

U.C.C. Vet's Assistance 

Undistributed Estates 

Vet's Bonus Pcryments 

Vocational Education Aid 

Harden Fund 

Federal Aid 

Volunteer Firemen's Compensation _ 

University Building Bond Interest and Sinking 1949 

Sub Total 



S 5,813 


$ 7,870 


$ 118,692 
13,902 


22 


711 


1,067 


13 


24 




10,307,386 


11,963,697 


11,776,093 


351,130 


138,642 


217,273 


1,250 


840 


559 


179,204 


185,168 
1,872 


214,880 




1,352 


52,727 


21,090 


137,429 
112 


169,255 


30,509 


46,527 


53,949 


482,638 


785,592 


1,000,903 


594,505 

5 

3,275,608 


218,636 


99,778 


4,068,205 


5,033,527 




16,333 


96,735 
65 


50 


15 


40 


699,149 


927,149 


989,312 


1,274,328 


1,445,963 


1,668,546 


398,483 


441,915 


474,329 


75,757 


68,190 


53,609 


12,775,529 


10,670,941 


11,811,876 


315,068 


848,727 


1,029,672 


2,840 




11,309 


59,525 


3,712,738 


1,539,523 


121,118 


128,431 


127,416 


36,421 


36,421 


36,389 


31,978 


27,117 


25,194 


300,040 


396,370 


350,543 



$31,339,459 



Gasoline Tax Refiinds 2,997,065 

Income Tax Refimds 896,369 



TOTAL . 



$35,232,893 



$36,277,087 
2,438,736 
1,155,677 

$39,871,500 



$36,967,163 

2,615,218 

953,603 

$40,535,984 



LOCAL INTERIM FINANCING 
NOTES AND LOANS PAYABLE 

Outstanding 

luly 1. 1959 Incurred 

Montana State College (First Not'l., Bozeman) $ 8,478.53 $ 

North. Mont. College (First Nat'L, Helena) 32,315.80 

North. Mont. College (Fed. Hous. & Home Finan.) ...... 2,875.00 433,000.00 

Univ. Forestry Nursery (Union Bank, Helena) 6,000.00 

Univ. Prescott House (Union Bank, Helena) 60,000.00 

Univ. Law School Site (First Nat'L, Missoula) 35,000.00 

Mines Student Union (Fed. Hous. & Home Finan.) ._._- 244,000.00 

Mont. State College (Fed. Hous. & Home Finan.) 845,000.00 

TOTALS $ 109,669.33 $1,557,000.00 







Outstanding 




Paid 


June 30. 1960 


$ 


1,099.62 
32,315.80 


$ 7,378.91 




2,875.00 


433,000.00 




1,000.00 


5,000.00 
60,000.00 




487.29 


34,512.71 
244,000.00 
845,000.00 


$ 


37,777.71 


$1,628,891.62 



SPECIAL PROJECT BONDS 



Outstanding 
July 1, 1959 

University Student Union $ 22,000.00 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium 47,000.00 

War Veterans' Compensation 14,618,000.00 

Eastern Montana Normal School 36,000.00 

Northern Montana Residence Hall 34,000.00 

Deaf & Blind School 39,000.00 

University Residence Hall 1,000.00 

University Field House 944,000.00 

Mines Library & Museum 10,000.00 

University Student Union Facilities 300,000.00 

Insane Asylum Refunding .-.— 47,000.00 

College Dorm. Revenue 4,125,000.00 

University Health Center 410,000.00 

North. Mont. Armory-Gym Exten. (1958) 225,000.00 

University Library Addition 55,000.00 

College Student — Faculty Housing 415,000.00 

University Housing Extension 3,310,000.00 

College Physical Education Center 1,590,000.00 

War Veterans' Comp. (Korean) 5,000,000.00 

College 1957 Bonds 

Unemployment Comp. Comm. Bldg. (1959) 

East. Mont. Phys. Edu. Bldg. (1960) 

TOTALS $3 1 ,228,000.00 



Outstanding 
lune 30. 1960 



$ 


$ 


$ 22,000.00 




12,000.00 


35,000.00 




914,000.00 


13,704,000.00 




8,000.00 


28,000.00 




8,000.00 


26,000.00 




8,000.00 


31,000.00 
1,000.00 




20,000.00 


924,000.00 




7,000.00 


3,000.00 
300,000.00 




17,000.00 


30,000.00 




123,000.00 


4,002,000.00 




5,000.00 


405,000.00 




5,000.00 


220,000.00 




10,000.00 


45,000.00 




16,000.00 


399,000.00 




55,000.00 


3,255,000.00 




10,000.00 


1,580,000.00 




240,000.00 


4,760,000.00 


1,500,000.00 


39,000.00 


1,461,000.00 


490,000.00 




490,000.00 


1,274,000.00 




1,274,000.00 



$ 3,264,000.00 $ 1,497,000.00 $32,995,000.00 



INVESTMENT OF PERMANENT AND OTHER FUNDS IN MONTANA TRUST AND LEGACY — JUNE 30, 1960 



Balances 
luly 1. 1959 



Agricultural College Permanent $ 389,613.54 

Agricultural College Morrill Permanent 1 ,085,380.77 

Capitol Building 146,994.96 

Common School Permanent 35,378,998.46 



Deaf & Blind School Permanent 
Dixon Endowment Permanent 
Industrial School Permanent _. 

Laboratory Building 

Land Office Unclaimed Balance . 



448,883.01 

23,170.00 

341,149.19 

2,009.30 

888.41 



School of Mines Permanent 1,044,535.14 



Normal College Permanent 

Prison Inmates 

Ryman E. & S. Library Permanent 

Ryman Fellowship Permanent 

Ryman Fellowship Interest & Income 

Ryman Student Loan Permanent 

Ryman Student Loan Interest & Income 

Soldiers' Home Permanent 

Soldiers' Welfare 

T. B. & Orphans' Home Permanent 

University Permanent 

University Aber Memorial 

University Bennett Prize 

University Bonner Scholarship 

University Class of 1904 

University Duniway Scholarship 

University Joyce Memorial 

University Kellogg Scholarship 



University Land Grant & Student Fee Res. .. 

University Field House Int. & Sinking 

University School of Low Scholarship 

University Associated Students Res. 

University Silas R. Thompson Scholarship 

University Student Union 

University Swimming Pool Int. & Sinking 

University Kellogg Foundation Loan 

Walsh Endowment Int. & Income 



941,302.31 

5,000.00 

7,500.00 

12,358.54 

136.01 

48,710.41 

7,596.11 

7,774.14 

4,963.19 

13,428.37 

601,978.93 

1,050.00 

1,055.49 

6,570.00 

706.00 

400.00 

251.00 

1,451.89 

21,176.04 

49,717.20 

914.46 

4,716.90 

5,099.91 

46,687.21 

2,543.44 
5,000.00 



8,710.90 

35,137.15 

219,101.30 

1,514,757.03 

1,900.78 

13,820.40 

31.25 

5,803.35 

17,227.82 



1,400.36 



1,981.05 

174.63 

472.45 

4,824.72 



4,646.77 

11,199.53 

32.17 

165.95 

10,442.61 

17,532.46 

89.49 



Transfers Out 



50,000.00 
1,088.69 



100.00 



Balances 
lune 30, 1960 

S 398,324.44 

1,120,517.92 

316,096.26 

36,892,666.80 

450,783.79 

23,170.00 

354,969.59 

2,009.30 

919.66 

1,050,338.49 

958,430.13 

5,000.00 

7,500.00 

13,758.90 

136.01 

48,710.41 

9,577.16 

7,774.14 

5,137.82 

13,900.82 

606,803.65 

1,050.00 

1,055.49 

6,570.00 

706.00 

400.00 

251.00 

1,451.89 

25,822.81 

60,916.73 

946.63 

4,882.85 

5,099.91 

57,129.82 

17,532.46 

2,632.93 

5,000.00 



TOTALS 



$40,659,710.33 $ 1,869,452.17 $ 51,188.69 $42,477,973.81 



Total Balance Represented By Cash on Hand 
and Investments 



$ 2,196,172.93 
$40,281,800.88 



INVESTMENTS — JUNE 30, 1960 



Balances 
July 1, 1959 

301 Agriculhiral College Permanent $ 966.00 

302 Agricultural College Morrill Perm 1,062.60 

303 Common School Interest & Income 1,300,000.00 

304 Common School Permanent 6,541.27 

306 Dixon Endowment Permanent 62,080.00 

308 Normal College Permanent 1,593.01 

315 Veterans' Honorarium Int. & Sinking 1,620,000.00 

317 Livestock Sanitary Board 75,000.00 

320 Industrial Accident Board 2,672,000.00 

321 Fish and Game 100,000.00 

322 Highway Patrol Retirement .._.. 640,000.00 

323 Livestock Sanitary Board Emergency 73,000.00 

327 Public Employees' Retirement System 12,074,853.00 

338 Veterans' Memorial Permanent 232.61 

339 Montana Trust & Legacy Permanent 39,040,484.63 

340 War Veterans' Compensation 1,025,000.00 

341 Hail Insurance 1,400,000.00 

343 Oil & Gas Conservation 75,000.00 

345 M. S. U. 1960 Bldgs. Project 

TOTALS $60, 167,813.12 







Outstanding 


Investments 


Redemptions 


June 30. 1980 


$ 


$ 639.00 


$ 327.00 




702.90 


359.70 


3,525,000.00 


3,150,000.00 


1,675,000.00 




5,598.95 


942.32 
62,080.00 




1,593.01 


1,620,000.00 

75,000.00 

2,672,000.00 

100,000.00 


90,000.0 




730,000.00 
73,000.00 


332,000.00 


11,000.00 


12,395,853.00 




153.71 


78.90 


3,090,981.47 


1,849,665.22 


40,281,800.88 


1,000,000.00 


1,200,000.00 


825,000.00 
1,400,000.00 


150,000.00 


125,000.00 


100,000.00 


1,500,000.00 




1,500,000.00 


$ 9,687,981.47 


$ 6,344,352.79 


$63,511,441.80 



LOCAL BOND ISSUES 



Outstanding 
July 1. 1959 

Eastern Montana Dormitory $ 218,400.00 

Eastern Montana Student Union 80,000.00 

Eastern Montana Men's Residence Hall .„ __, 319,000.00 

M. S. C. Classroom Building (1957) 1,500,000.00 

M. S. C. Student Union (1958) 1,260,000.00 

Northern Montana Dormitory _. 485,000.00 

Western Montana Student Center Housing „„.. 600,000.00 

University Revenue of 1957 450,000.00 

University Swimming Pool 310,000.00 

Northern Montana Faculty Housing 

University 1960 Building 

Western Montana Jordan Hall Addition 

Eastern Montana Phys. Ed. Facility 

M. S. C. Special Construction 

TOTALS $5,222,400.00 







Balances 


Sold 


Redeemed 


June 30, 1960 


$ 600.00 


$ 10,000.00 
80,000.00 


$ 209,000.00 




5,000.00 


314,000.00 




1,500,000.00 




125,000.00 




1,385,000.00 




7,000.00 


478,000.00 




4,000.00 


596,000.00 
450,000.00 
310,000.00 


35,000.00 




35,000.00 


1,750,000.00 




1,750,000.00 


315,033.07 




315,033.07 


1,300,000.00 


1,274,000.00 


26,000.00 


500,000.00 




500,000.00 


$4,025,633.07 


$2,880,000.00 


$6,368,033.07 



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CHILDREN'S CENTER 



Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 


1959-60 


Aciministrcrtion 

Care & Custody 


-$ .64 

-. 2.89 

1.81 


$ 


.53 

2.29 

1.19 

.45 

.43 


$ .57 
3.01 


General Services 


1.58 


Education & Training 


„ .84 
.- .17 


.69 


Equipment 


.14 


Sub Total 


.-$ 6.35 
.. 3.55 


$ 4.89 
2.32 


$ 5 99 


Land & Buildings 


4.35 






TOTAL 

Salaries 

Operating — 


..$ 9.90 

__$ 3.50 

.. 2.42 

.03 


$ 7.21 

$ 2.54 

1.82 

.01 

.09 

$ .42 
.10 
.01 

$ 1.10 
.81 
.38 

$ .61 
.49 
.09 

$ .40 
.05 


$10.34 

$ 3.44 
2.33 


Travel 


.01 


Repairs & Replacements -._ 

Administration 

Salaries 

Operating _ 


.. .23 

_.$ .48 

__ .13 

.03 

-$ 1.38 

.. .93 

.58 


.07 

$ .42 
.14 


Trcrvel 


.01 


Care & Custody 

Salaries -— 

Food „. 


$ 1.54 
.90 


Other Operating 


.57 


General Services 

Salaries 

Operating 


.$ .91 
._ .71 
„ .19 

.$ .74 


$ .87 
.64 


Repairs & Replacements 

Education 

Salaries 


.07 
$ .61 


Operating 

Repairs & Replacements 


.. .06 
.. .04 


.08 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 
Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 

Administration $ .55 $ .60 $ .66 

Care & Custody 1.33 1.48 1.67 

General Services .46 .53 .58 

Education 2.38 2.54 2.68 

Sub Total $4.72 $5.15 $5.59 

Land & Buildings .09 .22 2.58 

Debt Service .42 .28 .25 

TOTAL $ 5.23 $ 5.65 $ 8.42 

Salaries $ 3.77 $ 4.06 $ 4.49 

Operating .89 1.02 1.06 

Repairs & Replacements .06 .07 .04 

Administration 

Salaries $ .52 $ .56 $ .62 

Operating 03 .04 .04 

Core & Custody 

Salaries $ .80 $ .84 $ 1.00 

Food .41 .42 .43 

Other Operating .12 .22 .24 

General Services 

Salaries $ .23 $ .29 $ .30 

Operating .18 .22 .26 

Repairs & Replacements .. .05 .02 .02 

Education 

Salaries $ 2.^3 $ 2,37 $ 2.58 

Operating .14 .12 .08 

Repairs & Replacements - .01 .05 .02 



HOME FOR THE AGED 



TRAINING SCHOOL 



Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 



Administration 


$ 


.28 

1.71 

.58 

.03 


S 


.29 

1.75 

.70 

.01 


$ .32 


Core & Custcxly .. 
General Senrir:eR 




1.71 
70 


Equipment 


- 


.06 


Sub Total 


. $ 2.60 
.. .17 


$ 2.75 
.09 


$ 2 79 


Land & Buildings .— 


04 






TOTAL 


$ 


2.77 

1.57 
.99 
.01 

.24 
.03 
.01 

1.06 
.53 
.12 

.27 
.31 


$ 2.84 

$ 1.60 
1.13 
.01 

$ .27 
.01 
.01 

$ .91 
.54 
.30 

$ .41 
.27 
.02 


$ 2 83 


Salaries ... 


-$ 


$ 1 63 


Operating 


1.09 


Travel ....... 


01 


Administration 
Salaries 


-$ 


$ 30 


Operating 


01 


Travel 

Care & Custody 
Salaries . 


.01 
$ 89 


Food .. . 


$ 


.51 


Other Operating 


.31 


General Services 

Salaries 


$ 43 


Operating 




26 


Repairs & Replacements 


.01 



Costs Per Inmate Days 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


Administration .. . ... $ .25 


$ .25 


$ .25 


Care 6. Custody 1.22 


1.37 


1.51 


General Services ... .75 


.63 


.64 


Education ... .10 


.10 


.09 


Farm ... ... .47 


.39 


.35 


Equipment .13 


.15 


.04 


Sub Total ...$ 2.92 


$ 2.89 


$ 2.88 


Land & Buildings 59 


1.00 


.28 


Debt Service .34 


.32 


.28 



TOTAL 



Salaries $ 1.61 

Operating l.Il 

Travel .01 

Repairs & Replacements .06 

Administration 

Salaries $ .21 

Operating .04 

Travel 

Care & Custody 

Salaries $ .95 

Food .19 

Drugs & Hospital .04 

Other Operating .04 

General Services 

Salaries $ .23 

Operating .48 

Repairs & Replacements .. .04 

Education 

Salaries $ .09 

Operating .01 

Farm 

Salaries _ $ .13 

Operating .32 

Repairs & Replacements .02 



$ 3.85 $ 4.21 $ 3.44 



1.71 


$ 


1.89 


1.00 




.93 


.01 






.02 




.02 


.20 
.04 
.01 


$ 


.22 
.03 


1.04 
.21 
.07 
.05 


$ 


1.19 
.21 
.07 
.04 


.26 
.36 
.01 


$ 


.24 
.39 
.01 


.09 
.01 


$ 


.09 


.14 
.25 


$ 


.16 
.19 



VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS 
Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 

Administration $ 1.23 S 1.03 

Core & Custody 3.80 3.48 

General Services 1.37 1.21 

Education & Training 1.97 1.88 

Equipment - .17 .04 

Sub Total $ 8.54 $ 7.64 

Land & Buildings .35 2.24 

TOTAL $ 8.89 $ 9 

Salaries -$ 5.06 $ 4.80 

Operating 3.00 2.54 

Travel 15 .12 

Repairs & Replacements .16 .14 

Administration 

Salaries--.- $ .89 $ .79 

Operating .26 .16 

Travel .08 .04 

Repairs & Replacements .. .04 

Core & Custody 

Salaries $ 1.83 $ 1.76 

Food 1.25 1.14 

Other Operating .72 .58 

General Services 

Salaries $ .58 $ .52 

Operating .57 .50 

Travel .08 .08 

Repairs & Replacements .. .14 .11 

Education & Training 

Salaries $ 1.75 $ 1.73 

Operating .21 .15 

Repairs & Replacements _. .01 



1959-60 



$ 1.42 

3.09 

1.02 

1.68 

.29 

$ 7.50 
5.56 

88 $13.06 

80 $ 4.80 

2.33 

.05 

.03 

1.26 
.11 
.05 



1.45 

1.02 

.62 

.51 
.49 

.02 

1.59 
.09 



SOLDIERS' HOME 



Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 



Administration $ .55 $ .51 $ .48 

Care & Custody 1.38 1.39 1.25 

General Services 1.26 1.33 1.24 

Farm .52 .47 .35 

Equipment .08 .11 .16 

Sub Total „...$ 3.79 $ 3.81 $ 3.48 

Land & Buildings - 27 .39 



TOTAL 



.28 
$ 4.06 $ 4.20 $ 3.76 



Salaries 

Operating 

Travel 

Repairs & Replacements 

Administration 

Salaries 

Operating 

Travel 



Care & Custody 

Salaries 

Food 

Other Operating 

General Services 

Salaries - 

Operating - 

Repairs & Replacements 

Farm 

Salaries 

Operating 

Repairs & Replacements 



2.29 

1.33 

.03 

.06 

.49 
.03 
.03 



.45 
.04 

.64 
.56 
.06 

.27 
.24 
.01 



2.20 

1.35 

.01 

.14 

.43 
.07 
.01 

.90 
.46 
.03 

.63 
.57 
.13 

.23 
.23 
.01 



2.02 

1.29 

.01 



.41 
.06 
.01 

.76 
.44 
.05 

.66 
.58 



PRISON 



Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 

Administration--- $ .40 $ .51 $ .78 

Core & Custody .-_ _..- . 1.88 2.48 3.38 

General Services — .29 .38 .63 

Bureau of I. D. 09 .10 .10 

Farm ..__„ 60 .67 .68 

Equipment .. 27 .13 .54 

Sub Total . $ 3.53 $ 4.27 $ 6.11 

Land & Buildings ... .. . .. .61 .45 1.18 

TOTAL $ 4.14 $ 4.72 $ 7.29 

Salaries... $1.81 $2.29 $3.28 

Operating ..- 1.20 1.59 2.01 

Travel __.. .03 .02 .02 

Repairs & Replacements .13 .14 .16 

Administration 

Salaries . $ .29 $ .37 $ .62 

Operating..... 09 .12 .14 

Travel _ .02 .02 .02 

Care & Custody 

Salaries.-- $1.25 $1.50 $2.24 

Food .. .43 .66 .67 

Other Operating 20 .32 .47 

General Services 

Salaries $ .06 $ .14 $ .19 

Operating .19 .21 .37 

Repairs & Replacements .. .03 .03 .07 

Travel . 01 

Farm 

Salaries $ .21 $ .28 $ .24 

Operating . .. . .29 .30 .36 

Repairs & Replacements . .10 .09 .08 

Bureau of I. D. 

Salaries..... $ .07 $ .08 $ .08 

Operating .01 .01 .01 

Equipment 01 .01 .01 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 

Administration $ .68 $ .86 $ .79 

Care & Custody 2.30 2.32 2.32 

General Services 99 .99 .85 

Education 96 1.08 1.01 

Form 82 .78 .75 

Equipment 37 .23 .35 

Sub Total $ 6.12 S 6.26 $ 6.07 

Land & Buildings 3.85 1.19 .76 

Debt Service 06 

TOTAL .....$10.03 $7.45 $6.83 

Salaries $ 3.70 $ 4.14 $ 3.76 

Operating 1.87 1.72 1.78 

Travel .04 .02 .01 

Repairs & Replacements .14 .15 .17 

Administration 

Salaries ......$ .60 $ .77 S .64 

Operating 05 .08 .14 

Travel .03 .01 .01 

Core & Custody 

Salaries. $ 1.48 $ 1.63 $ 1.66 

Food .... .51 .41 .40 

Other Operating .31 .28 .26 

General Services 

Salaries $ .54 $ .51 $ .37 

Operating .41 .43 .41 

Repairs & Replacements .04 .05 .07 

Education 

Salaries...... $ .85 $ .99 $ .92 

Operating .09 .07 .08 

Travel .01 .01 

Repairs & Replacements .. .01 .01 .01 

Farm 

Salaries $ .23 $ .25 $ .27 

Operating .51 .45 .38 

Repairs & Replacements .. .08 .08 .10 



STATE HOSPITAL 
Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 

Administration $ .38 $ .39 

Care & Custody - 2.98 3.10 

General Services .53 .52 

Education 

Farm - .18 .21 

Equipment .12 .09 

Sub Total $ 4.19 $ 4.31 

Land & Buildings 1.50 1.16 

Debt Service .53 .21 

TOTAL --- $ 6.22 $ 5.68 

Salaries ____ $ 2.65 $ 2.70 

Operating 1.39 1.46 

Travel 02 .02 

Repairs & Replacements .03 .04 

Administration 

Salaries $ .32 $ .33 

Operating .04 .04 

Travel .02 .02 

Repairs & Replacements .. 

Core & Custody 

Salaries $ 1.94 $2.00 

Food .80 .82 

Drugs & Hospital .12 .11 

Other Operating -- 12 .17 

General Services 

Salaries $ .31 $ .28 

Operating .20 .21 

Repairs & Replacements „ .02 .03 

Farm 

Salaries $ .08 $ .09 

Operating .10 .11 

Repairs & Replacements .. .01 



1959-60 



$ .44 

3.41 

.63 

.25 
.12 

$ 4.85 
.46 
.22 

$ 5.53 

$ 3.12 

1.52 

.02 

.07 

$ .38 
.04 
.02 



2.32 
.79 
.09 
.21 



.34 
.23 

.06 

.09 
.16 



TUBERCULOSIS SANITARIUM 
Costs Per Inmate Days 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 

Administration $1.38 $1.73 $2.13 

Care & Custody 9.82 10.04 11.52 

General Services 2.07 1.78 2.15 

Equipment -— .09 .11 .21 

Sub Total $13.36 $13.66 $16.01 

Land and Buildings 1.13 .45 .88 

Debt Service -.- .16 .15 .18 

TOTAL $14.65 $14.26 $17.07 

Salaries --$ 9.64 $10.13 $11.77 

Operating 3.35 3.31 3.88 

Travel .01 .02 .03 

Repairs & Replacements .27 .09 .12 

Administration 

Salaries -$ 1.17 $ 1.48 $ 1.91 

Operating .16 .23 .16 

Travel 01 .02 .03 

Repairs & Replacements .. .04 .03 

Core & Custody 

Salaries $ 7.49 $ 7.66 $ 8.67 

Food ^-- 1.68 1.52 1.56 

Drugs & Hospital .40 .60 .99 

Other Operating .25 .26 .30 

General Services 

Salaries $ .98 $ .99 $ 1.19 

Operating .87 .70 .86 

Repairs & Replacements -. .22 .09 .10 



CUSTODIAL INSTITUTIONS 



SUMMARY 



Ratio Patients or Inmates 

Deaf & Blind School 
Patients & Inmates 

Staff - ____ ,__ _ 

Ratio Inmate to Staff . 

Vocational School for Girls 
Patients & Inmates 

Staff - 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium 

Patients & Inmates . . 

Staff 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

Training School 

Patients & Inmates 

Staff . ___.„_ 

Ratio Inmate to Staff . 

Soldiers' Home 
Patients & Inmates _ 

Staff _.,., 

Ratio Inmate to Staff ._. 

Home for Aged 

Patients & Inmates .- -- 
Staff 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

Children's Center 

Patients & Inmates 

Staff 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

Prison 

Patients & Inmates 
Staff 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

State Hospital 
Patients & Inmates 
Staff .- - 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 

Industrial School 

Patients & Inmates 143 

Staff __ ___ ___ 

Ratio Inmate to Staff 



imates 


and Stall 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


110 
39 
2.82 


101 
37 
2.73 


98 
38 
2.58 


51 

31 

. 1.65 


59 
33 
1.79 


64 
33 
1.94 


220 
244 
.90 


220 
239 

.92 


200 
254 
.79 


706 
128 
5.52 


749 
151 
4.96 


863 
171 
5.05 


70 
20 
3.50 


77 
20 
3.85 


92 

20 

4.60 


_ 129 
21 

6.14 


124 
27 
4.60 


133 
28 
4.75 


132 
_ 44 
3.00 


180 
45 
4.00 


170 
51 
3.33 


607 
71 
8.55 


640 
121 
5.29 


575 
171 
3.36 


1,739 
489 
3.56 


1,701 
513 
3.32 


1,693 
585 
2.89 


143 
61 
2.34 


148 
67 
2.20 


180 
70 
2.57 



INSTITUTIONAL COSTS PER INMATE DAY 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 

T. B. Sanitarium 

Avg. Number of Patients 220 220 200 

Patient Days 80,300 80,446 73,000 

Sub Total _-_ $ 13.36 $ 13.66 $ 16.01 

TOTAL ..__ ,_$ 14.65 $ 14.26 $ 17.07 

Deaf & Blind School 

Avg. Number of Patients 110 101 98 

Patient Days ______ .___ . 40,150 36,865 35,770 

Sub Total ,__ ..._. $ 4.72 $ 5.15 $ 5.59 

TOTAL .__ _$ 5.23 $ 5.65 $ 8.42 

Home for Senile Aged 

Avg. Number of Patients 129 124 133 

Patient Days ___ 47,085 45,260 48,545 

Sub Total _. $ 2.60 $ 2.75 $ 2.79 

TOTAL _ $ 2.77 $ 2.84 $ 2.83 

Soldiers' Home 

Avg. Number of Patients 70 77 92 

Patient Days ___ 25,741 27,971 33,580 

Sub TotaK_-_ - _ $ 3.79 $ 3.81 $ 3.48 

TOTAL _____ _. ___$ 4.06 $ 4.20 $ 3.76 

Training School 

Avg. Number of Inmates 706 749 863 

Inmate Days _ _ _____ 257,690 273,385 314,995 

Sub Total _ _ $ 2.92 $ 2.89 $ 2.88 

TOTAL _. __ _ $ 3.85 $ 4.21 $ 3.44 

Prison 

Avg. Number of Inmates 607 640 575 

Inmate Days . 221,508 233,415 209,875 

Sub Total _ ^ $ 3.53 $ 4.27 $ 6.11 

TOTAL ______ ______ $ 4.14 $ 4.72 $ 7.29 

Industrial School 

Avg. Number of Inmates 143 148 180 

Inmate Days 52,265 54,110 65,700 

Sub Total _ _ S 6.12 $ 6.26 $ 6.07 

TOTAL $ 10.03 $ 7.45 $ 6.83 

Children's Center 

Avg. Number of Inmates 132 180 170 

Inmate Days 48,180 65,700 62,050 

Sub Total . $ 6.35 $ 4.89 $ 5.99 

TOTAL $ 9.90 $ 7.21 $ 10.34 

Vocational School 

Avg. Number of Inmates 51 59 64 

Inmate Days __ _ 18,615 21,664 23,360 

Sub Total -__. __._ $ 8.54 $ 7.64 $ 7.50 

TOTAL _.._ $ 8.89 $ 9.88 $ 13.06 

State Hospital 

Avg. Number of Patients 1,739 1,701 1,693 

Patient Days _ _ _ 634,735 620,865 617,945 

Sub Total ______ $ 4.19 $ 4.31 $ 4.85 

TOTAL $ 6.22 $ 5.68 $ 5.53 

Total Custodial Population 3,907 3,999 4,068 



Year Total 

1950 6,492 

1951 5,600 

1952 ,___ 5,268 

1953 . -.- 5,589 

1954 6,290 

1955 7,550 

1956 8,082 

1957 8,494 

1958 9,612 

1959 10,111 

1960 10,593 



Registration Units of the University of Montana 
as of November 1 

(Full and Part-Time on Campus) 



University 


College 


Mines 


Western 


Eastern 


Northern 


2,840 


2,308 


291 


253 


491 


309 


2,392 


1,970 


247 


200 


540 


251 


2,139 


1,951 


292 


193 


446 


247 


2,217 


1,995 


300 


253 


531 


293 


2,482 


2,335 


245 


269 


617 


343 


2,854 


2,796 


316 


337 


832 


415 


2,863 


3,173 


309 


332 


931 


474 


2,893 


3,561 


303 


334 


880 


523 


3,346 


3,843 


288 


429 


1,091 


615 


3,611 


3,866 


319 


487 


1,161 


667 


3,760 


3,931 


341 


498 


1,381 


682 



Summary oi Fund Conditions For Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1958, 1959 and 1960 

1957-58 Fiscal Year 



Fund 



Balonce 
July 1, 1957 



Expenditures 



Transfers 
Between Funds 



Balance 
June 30, 1958 



General Fund — $ 3 

Fish & Game 

Highway 1 

Highway Trust Account, Federal 

Highway Trust, Federal 4 

Public School Equalization 

University Millage 

Abstractors' Examiners 

Adjusted Compensation 

Aeronautics Commission 

Aid to Dependant Children, U.S 

Aid to Disabled, U.S - 

Aid to Needy Blind, U.S 

Alien Heirs 

Architectural Examiners 

Area Vocational Program, U.S. 

Armory Physical Plant 

Attorneys Licensing 

Aviation Education 

Banking Department Trust — 

Barber Examiners 



Board of Health Admin. Building 

Advance Planning, U.S. 

Board of Health Laboratory .- 

Bounty .— — 

Canyon Ferry Park - 

Carey Land Act Board 

Capitol Building 

Capitol Building Repair 

Chest X-Rcry Survey 

Child Welfare, U.S. - 

Chiropractic Examiners 

Civil Defense 

Clarke-McNary, U.S 

Commercial Feed 

Commercial Fertilizer 

Commodity Distribution 

Conservation and Education 

Construction U.C.C. Building 

Co-operative Forest Management, U.S. .. 

Cosmetologists Examiners .— 

County Hospital Construction, U.S. 

County Reimbursement 

Dental Examiners 

Dental Health Special 

Department of Agriculture Revolving 

Embalmers and Funeral Directors Board 

Engineering 

Escheated Estates 

Film Library 

Fine Arts Commission 

Fireman's Disability 

Fire Protection — 

Flood Disaster, U.S. 



Food Distributors Board 

Freight Line Company Tax 

Gasoline Drawback -... 

George Borden, U.S. 



,072,099.23 
623,282.88 
,880,864.47 
647,591.00 
,109,069.93 
372,861.60 
340,598.85 
168.90 
41,607.19 
198,602.77 



35,729.95 
1,035.35 

1.09 
5,330.63 

47,868.37 
6,066.56 



32,423.47 

38,251.05 

1,200.44 

1,276.06 

2,388.82 
36.00 

2,900.99 

917.27 

1,226.46 

14,324.54 

71.34 



5,868.57 
6,690.87 



2,733.89 

103.58 

2,565.34 

4,155.86 

1,602.33 

56,308.34 

2,338.40 

1,673.39 

53,953.94 

2,267.61 

20,128.73 

4.87 

153,684.90 

120,824.07 

4,242.19 



28,273 

2,386 

20,049 

14,921 

22,462 

3,510 

3,875 



152 

1,977 

749 

219 

15 

2 



659.45 
580.40 
881.35 
544.84 
591.52 
258.86 
258.05 
681.94 
750.00 
666.63 
445.88 
964.22 
092.33 
836.98 
,100.50 



6,610.00 

7,347.92 
7,806.41 



44,974.42 

1,382.50 

23.91 

183,865.14 

75,000.00 

100.00 

81,791.00 

2,105.00 

26,204.66 

91,991.65 

13,740.00 

5,655.44 

9,000.00 

17,640.19 

10,396.00 

482,638.13 

2,855.25 

10,745.01 
1,522.00 

32,852.18 
16,284.88 

170,000.00 
47,089.79 
20,900.48 
26,290.96 

152,424.36 
4,477,961.42 

178,375.44 



31,456,123.40 S 

2,494,653.30 

14,737,362.99 

16,923,346.98 

24,250,029.97 

3,633,534.60 

3,670,808.44 

627.16 

6,004.25 

175,727.81 

1,977,445.88 

749,964.22 

219,092.33 

5,812.50 

2,016.40 



1,730.54 



287,503.72 $ 177,139.00 

515,209.98 

4,776,119.72 2,417,263.11 

(1,354,211.14 

2,321,631.48 

249,585.86 

19,889.40 525,159.06 

223.68 

46.63 36,306.31 

175,541.59 



5,000.00 



8,327.99 



183,865.14 



2,379.42 
5,919.59 



30,311.89 

50,081.78 

1,500.00 



76,173.78 

136.00 

81,791.00 

3,324.88 

26,162.99 

87,528.69 

14,995.19 

300.80 

8,667.14 

12,388.61 

9,128.54 

482,638.13 

2,381.64 

103.58 

5,419.04 

2,029.38 

12,341.06 

12,868.39 

1,612.26 

179,203.65 

46,535.10 



26,213.01 

153,684.90 
2,997,065.10 1,601,720.39 
167,672.30 



22,349.91 



40,754.43 
1,119.45 

1.09 
1,882.10 

52,836.87 
7,953.38 



2,111.58 

33,143.69 

1,082.94 

1,299.97 

1,215.04 



1,681.11 

958.94 

5,689.42 

13,069.35 

5,354.64 

71.31 

332.86 

11,120.15 
7,958.33 



3,207.50 

7,891.31 

3,648.48 

1,602.33 

54,469.55 

5,754.89 

61.13 

44,750.29 

2,822.30 

41,029.21 

82.82 

152,424.36 

14,945.33 

















59 




1958-59 FUcal Year 


Balance 




1959-60 Fiscal Year 






Transfers 




Transfers 


Balance 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


June 30. 1959 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


June 30. 1960 


$ 30,978,806.88 $ 33,607,533.12 $ 


211,853.63 $(2,239,733.61)$ 34,210,129.67 $ 37,240,256.26 $ 


288,554.41 


$(4,981,305.79) 


2,737,917.48 


2,386,686.12 




866,441.34 


2,407,617.32 


2,756,133.43 




517,925.23 


22,788,767.01 


17,525,073.08 


6,213,466.72 


1,467,490.32 


25,547,332.64 


17,621,921.87 


3,177,236.14 


6,215,664.95 


1,388,743.26 






34,532.12 




32,186.06 




2,346.06 


32,042,827.41 


30,035,421.64 


4,299,649.16 


29,388.09 


35,258,232.96 


29,515,683.10 


4,830,141.65 


941,796.30 


3,661,877.35 


3,910,202.53 




1,260.68 


4,430,078.84 


4,359,970.20 




71,369.32 


4,003,119.29 


4,049,416.17 


17,145.00 


461,717.18 


4,096,387.33 


3,875,203.63 




682,900.88 


959.00 


739.12 




443.56 


981.56 


913.10 




512.02 




113,731.47 


201,454.05 


124,028.89 




62,312.92 




61,715.97 


199,084.16 


173,301.12 




201,324.63 


296,961.57 


232,332.03 


16,500.00 


249,454.17 


1,920,104.17 


1,920,104.17 






1,878,343.89 


1,878,343.89 






811,509.21 


811,509.21 






785,963.98 


785,963.98 






200,886.80 


200,886.80 






206,741.43 


206,741.43 






97,737.51 


7,869.84 




130,622.10 


15,912.97 


118,691.78 


37,887.05 


65,730.34 


3,012.00 


2,016.75 




2,114.70 


3,030.00 


1,872.56 




3,272.14 










36,500.00 


18,351.57 


16,500.00 


1,648.43 








1.09 








1.09 


5,825.00 


2,146.14 


716.52 


4,844.44 


6,170.00 


2,294.96 




8,719.48 










36,500.00 


18,351.57 


16,500.00 


1,648.43 


1,723.17 


16.62 




54,543.42 






3.13 


54,546.55 


7,886.92 


6,740.85 




9,099.45 






Calendar-Year Basis 


7,936.00 


7,936.00 














50,176.66 


52,245.21 




43.03 








43.03 


49,056.05 


45,462.20 




36,737.54 


56,425.41 


44,891.85 




48,271.10 


3,470.00 


3,591.00 




961.94 


4,457.50 


4,907.02 




512.42 


2.00 






1,301.97 


4.00 






1,305.97 


443,312.65 




443,312.65 




269,101.30 




269,101.30 




125,000.00 


113,367.88 




12,847.16 


50,000.00 
50.00 


45,185.85 
50.00 




17,661.31 


103,958.00 


103,958.00 






101,628.00 


101,628.00 






2,220.00 


2,601.47 




1,299.64 


2,030.00 


2,644.00 




685.64 


37,480.59 


37,164.85 




1,274.68 


16,928.88 


14,335.88 




3,867.68 


116,934.38 


116,815.01 




5,808.79 


116,625.94 


116,513.61 




5,921.12 


13,155.00 


15,326.11 




10,898.24 


10,763.50 


12,463.21 


544.91 


8,653.62 


10,422.81 


5,990.71 




9,786.74 
71.31 


8,794.24 


7,086.21 


576.85 


10,917.92 
71.31 


9,000.00 


7,902.49 




1,430.37 


490,000.00 


243.72 
205,348.06 


1,186.65 


284,651.94 


17,540.78 


26,816.80 




1,844.13 


18,586.30 


15,841.92 




4,588.51 


11,518.25 


12,306.91 




7,169.67 


12,506.73 


12,652.08 




7,024.32 


785,691.97 


785,691.97 






1,000,903.27 
171,528.25 


1,000,903.27 
171,528.25 






3,076.81 


4,312.60 




1,971.79 






Calendar- Year Basis 


10,402.86 


6,259.27 


5,054.25 


6,980.65 


10,879.95 


5,086.83 


3,980.65 


8,793.12 


1,974.50 


2,213.41 




3,409.57 
1,602.33 


3,312.00 


2,098.00 




4,623.57 
1,602.33 


100,421.95 


11,620.45 


22,182.88 


121,088.17 


102,902.49 


10,884.88 


87,088.17 


126,017.61 


17,811.44 


19,442.71 




4,123.62 
61.13 


19,452.82 


16,420.66 




7,155.78 
61.13 


220,000.00 


185,168.36 


44,750.29 


34,831.64 


220,000.00 


214,880.33 




39,951.31 


55,085.42 


2,968.45 


41,029.21 


54,939.27 


72,031.29 


114,546.53 




12,424.03 


27,265.32 


26,736.05 




612.09 


25,511.00 


25,511.00 




612.09 


150,608.25 




152,424.36 


150,608.25 


154,292.58 




150,608.25 


154,292.58 


4,187,042.91 


2,454,109.86 


50,000.00 


1,682,933.05 


4,235,408.65 


2,608,859.12 


1,501,410.60 


1,808,071.98 


186,961.11 


177,837.62 




24,068.82 


168,858.23 


161,176.48 


31,750.57 





60 












Summary of Fund Conditions For Fiscal Years Ending June 


30, 1958, 1959 


and 1960 




Balance 


1957-58 Fiscal Year 




Balance 








Transfers 


Fund 


July 1, 1957 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


lune 30, 1958 


Governor's Quarters Construction $ 


18,135.00 $ 


156,025.00 $ 


170,585.00 S 


$ 3,575.00 


Grain Services Revolving 


18,923.92 


156,401.42 


91,818.27 




83,507.07 , 


Grass Conservation Commission 


7,133.29 


12,174.27 


9,961.00 




9,346.56 


Guidance and Counseling, U.S. 












Hail Insurance 


388,903.02 


1,204,674.72 


372,220.97 


783,485.00 


437,871.77 


Hail Insurance Administrative 


20,467.05 


33,485.00 


28,903.48 


50.83 


24,997.74 


Health Project Grant, U.S. -. _ -- 




36,500.00 


20,651.21 




15,848.79 


Highway Debentiire Interest & Sinking, U.S. 


1,348,715.37 


3,657,804.97 


56,981.00 


1,899,990.85 


3,049,548.49 


Highway Patrol Retirement - 


120,498.10 


112,423.29 


30,509.04 


120,000.00 


82,412.35 


Historical Society 


16,258.16 


79,176.51 


92,486.70 




2,947.97 


Income Tax Administrative Withholding 


5,446.68 


1,916.62 


6,343.03 




1,020.27 


Income Tax Refund 


256,407.71 
4,259.06 


700,394.67 
621,062.00 


896,368.91 
594,504.52 


1,916.62 


58,516.85 
30,816.54 


Indian Education Tuition, U.S - 


Indian Education, U.S - — 


924.45 


16,000.00 


14,423.23 




2,501.22 


Industrial Accident — 


845,163.08 


3,881,786.49 


3,239,410.53 


600,000.00 


887,539.04 


Industrial Accident Administrative — _ 


15,275.98 


360,811.65 


301,942.89 




74,144.74 


Industrial Accident Second Injury 


22,531.02 


3,500.00 


3,618.95 




22,412.07 


Industrial Insurance Liquidation 


11,638.66 




700.00 




10,938.66 


Korean Veterans' Honorarium Interest & Sinking 


201,185.55 


762,253.15 






963,438.70 


Laboratory Building 


21,060.05 


50.60 


424.31 




20,686.34 


Land Office Unclaimed Balance — _ 




22.83 




22.83 




Land Purchase 


52,000.00 




9,800.00 


14,000.00 


28,200.00 


Land Sales Petty Cash 


333.68 


2,466.60 


2,097.62 




702.66 


Low Library - 


16,340.22 


9,845.00 


6,770.00 




19,415.22 


Library Development, U.S. _ 


22,315.03 


59,282.00 


77,876.66 




3,720.37 


Livestock Commission 


121,778.61 


300,238.32 


369,466.57 


5,103.87 


57,654.23 


Livestock Sanitary Board 


12,556.14 


100,767.88 


17,945.10 




95,378.92 


Livestock Sanitary Board Emergency _ 


3,520.52 


1,941.65 




30.50 


5,431.67 


Magazine - 




7,976.51 


6,769.30 




1,207.21 


Marketing Service, U.S. 


99.03 


12,500.00 


10,108.13 




2,490.90 


Math, Science, Language, U.S. 












Medical Examiners 


17,094.29 


7,565.86 


9,136.06 




15,524.09 


Merit System 


2,892.89 


24,169.86 


23,440.00 




3,622.75 


Milk Control Board 












Motor Vehicle Recording 


216,013.03 


318,028.58 


431,634.52 




102,407.09 


Narcotics Education 


20.42 








20.42 


Nurses Examiners 


5,297.54 


18,079.83 


19,923.71 




3,453.66 


O.A.S.I. Disability, U.S. 


4,637.02 


23,079.42 


19,525.26 




8,191.18 


Oil 6. Gas Conservation Commission 


55,704.69 


154,188.97 


142,803.62 


271.56 


66,818.48 


Old Age Assistance, U. S 




3,765,286.84 


3,765,286.84 






Optometry Examiners 


3,922.15 


1,240.10 


1,085.15 




4,077.10 


Osteopathic Examiners 


344.86 


202.00 


203.73 




343.13 


p, B. X. 


1,293.56 


4,377.82 


5,410.52 




260.86 


Pharmacy Pnord 


182.99 


12,345.35 


11,611.65 




916.69 


Photographers License 


1.00 








1.00 


Plumbers Examiners -. - - - 


3,625.96 


8,669.37 


7,908.68 




4,386.65 


Poplar Armory _ 


2,546.13 


8,400.00 


4,396.45 




6,549.68 


Post-War Planning Construction Reserve — - - 


62,981.21 








62,981.21 


Poultry Improvement Board - 


5.98 


3,654.03 


3,073.56 




586.45 


Practical Nursing, U.S 












Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors — 


8,574.59 


13,737.50 


11,201.61 




11,110.48 


Protested Tax 


803,711.08 


15,843.73 


15,481.04 




804,073.77 


Public Employees Retirement System 


201,380.17 


5,254,540.39 


5,241,033.89* 




214,886.67 


Public Health, U.S. ^-.- -- 


59,411.89 


463,126.74 


508,089.04 




14,449.59 


Recovery Statute 


4.66 








4.66 


Rehabilitation of Blind, U.S 




44,943.60 


44,943.60 






Rodent Control -. 


11,633.25 


2,419.38 


5,575.72 




8,476.91 


Russell Painting 


6,880.83 


12,712.50 


5,840.29 




13,753.04 



S3 



Income 


1958-59 Fiscal Year 


Balance 




1959-60 Fiscal Year 






Transfers 




Transfers 


Balcmce 




Expenditures 


Between Funds 


lune 30. 1959 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


June 30, 1960 


135,131.00 $ 


43,628.00 $ 


$ 


95,078.00 $ 


$ 


86,691.00 $ 


$ 


8,387.00 


164,008.31 


149,436.71 


9,624.73 


88,453.94 


164,682.44 


172,575.41 




80,560.97 


6,968.15 


10,269.00 




6,045.71 


12,207.00 


10,159.00 




8,093.71 


19,337.00 


14,780.37 




4,556.63 


58,971.63 


63,487.25 




41.01 


968,182.60 


276,070.97 


731,185.00 


398,798.40 


622,950.40 


386,527.83 


34,160.00 


601,060.97 


31,185.00 


28,345.00 


61.38 


27,776.36 




28,606.96 


34,160.00 


33,329.40 


33,813.86 


31,982.36 




17,680.29 


36,519.15 


44,392.95 


9,797.08 


9.41 


49,103.44 


3,028,566.50 


69,900.43 


185.00 






185.00 




130,189.89 


46,526.93 


120,000.00 


46,075.31 


134,306.46 


53,949.33 


90,000.00 


36,432.44 


123,141.85 


116,856.36 




9,233.46 


102,579.35 


94,778.47 




17,034.34 


7,250.00 


8,258.37 




11.90 


10,000.00 


9,896.29 




115.61 


; 1,034,930.04 


1,140,302.68 


7,250.00 


(54,105.79) 


1,362,557.94 


959,961.29 




348,490.86 


247,760.00 


218,635.58 




59,940.96 


109,000.00 


110,519.14 




58,421.82 


18,500.00 


18,448.37 




2,552.85 


18,000.00 


19,478.96 




1,073.89 


4,624,524.52 


4,031,229.56 


1,100,000.00 


380,834.00 


5,566,631.08 


5,002,257.76 




945,207.32 


349,951.30 


338,435.18 




85,660.86 


407,501.09 


379,660.59 




113,501.36 


9,316.00 


3,976.50 




27,751.57 


4,000.00 


4,636.00 




27,115.57 




5,882.43 




5,056.23 




1,438.72 




3,617.51 


834,537.85 


1,093,031.80 




704,944.75 


772,368.57 


421,815.70 




1,055,497.62 


284.97 


20,686.34 




284.97 


69.81 






354.78 


24.48 




24.48 




31.25 




31.25 






3,012.00 




25,188.00 




10,000.00 




15,188.00 


1,263.50 


1,281.18 




684.98 


1,578.25 


2,090.94 




172.29 


1,920.00 


8,992.00 




12,343.22 


1,506.62 


6,866.65 




6,983.19 


63,486.00 


60,514.51 




6,691.86 


72,427.00 


79,118.07 




.79 


338,109.99 


364,504.99 


83.79 


31,175.44 


396,399.76 


329,811.46 




97,763.74 


110,484.88 


13,085.94 




192,777.86 


125,860.92 


70,210.79 




248,427.99 


7,390.57 




11,000.00 


1,822.24 


2,190.40 






4,012.64 


4,887.99 


5,470.95 




624.25 


170.75 






795.00 


11,500.00 


11,206.86 




2,784.04 


13,000.00 


13,636.56 




2,147.48 


240,867.00 


24,058.97 




216,808.03 


248,805.22 


114,306.43 




351,306.82 


7,822.00 


8,615.87 




14,730.22 


6,385.00 


8,177.68 




12,937.54 


25,545.83 


25,282.00 




3,886.58 


26,380.00 


25,564.00 




4,702.58 


2,297.74 






2,297.74 


68,885.29 


68,599.39 




2,583.64 


334,087.26 


257,825.82 




178,668.53 
20.42 


353,365.76 


245,171.70 




286,862.59 
20.42 


18,867.42 


18,301.18 




4,019.90 


19,237.50 


18,689.89 




4,567.51 


22,309.46 


27,292.16 




3,208.48 


35,534.27 


37,963.26 




779.49 


327,712.28 


129,827.79 


225,267.60 


39,435.37 


164,699.62 


127,762.97 


25,000.00 


51,372.02 


3,795,613.01 


3,795,613.01 






3,659,373.93 


3,659,373.93 






1,295.10 


850.55 




4,521.65 


2,330.10 


2,464.30 




4,387.45 


180.00 


232.00 




291.13 






Calendar- Year Basis 


4,314.00 


4,419.93 




154.93 




112.43 




42.50 


12,384.50 


12,433.67 




867.52 
1.00 


17,886.45 


18,529.32 




224.65 
1.00 


8,242.05 


7,282.72 




5,345.98 


10,747.85 


9,859.91 




6,233.92 


8,400.25 


4,248.27 




10,701.66 
62,981.21 


9,639.55 


10,192.33 




10,148.88 
62,981.21 


3,827.44 


2,928.70 




1,485.19 


1,681.53 
20,178.56 


2,450.79 
9,278.68 




715.93 
10,899.88 


12,315.75 


9,718.02 




13,708.21 


8,121.25 


7,541.07 




14,288.39 




552,091.95 


208,820.65 


43,161.17 


(22,194.11) 


10,059.91 




10,907.15 


5,452,361.72 


5,444,956.63* 




222,291.76 


6,089,690.69 


5,499,028.80* 


298,712.84 


514,240.81 


470,624.36 


460,686.24 




24,387.71 
4.66 


533,441.72 


547,030.05 




10,799.38 
4.66 


44,620.48 


44,620.48 






37,323.73 


37,323.73 






2,101.57 


8,632.48 




1,946.00 


3,554.33 


2,059.06 




3,441.27 


2,417.50 


14,116.33 




2,054.21 








2,004.21 



Summary of Fund Conditions For Fisccd Years Ending June 30, 1958, 1959 and 1960 

1957-58 Fiscal Year 



Balance Transfers Balance 

luly 1. 1957 Income Expenditures Between Funds June 30, 1958 



Sanitarians Registration $ S $ $ $ 

School Lunch and Milk, U.S 7,637.78 398,591.00 398,474.21 7,754.57 

Slash and Brush Disposal 176,793.80 221,044.62 206,814.10 191,024.32 

Social Security Division 126,425.26 3,198,262.46 3,070,142.91* 254,544.81 

Soil Bank Program, U.S 1,096.75 20,000.00 20,080.91 1,015.84 

State Parks 3,626.65 31,381.90 33,318.62 1,312.32 3,002.25 

State Porks Concessionaires 1,026.45 7,589.95 7,726.69 889.71 

StoteParks — Federal Tax 320.34 1,371.00 379.02 1,312.32 l 

Statistical Services, U.S. 

Stock Estray _ _ 32,682.02 85,409.51 75,756.97 5,188.90 37,145.66 

Surplus Donable Property 49,463.44 125,948.95 90,623.40 84,788.99 

Survival Plan, U.S. _ 41,989.73 37,635.89 4,353.84 

Teachers Certification 9,717.96 12,915.60 14,379.82 8,253.74 

Text Book License 311.95 149.00 297.96 162.99 

Tiber Park _ 450.00 300.00 150.00 

Timber Stand Improvement 17,058.48 18,384.88 5,174.23 30,269.13 

U.C.C. Administration, U.S 204,565.05 1,474,455.03 1,609,127.57 69,892.51 

U.C.C. Benefit, U.S. 190,598.07 12,892,754.56 12,775,528.69 307,823.94 

U.C.C. Building Construction 600,000.00 600,000.00 

U.C.C. Building Interest & Sinking 

U.C.C. Clearing, U.S. 5,387.68 3,875,495.83 3,875,542.69 5,340.82 

U.C.C. Land and Buildings 270,000.00 270,000.00 

U.C.C. Office Building Advance Planning, U.S. _. 

U.C.C. Trust, U.S. 43,584,778.80 1,341,922.02 8,729,851.43 36,196,849.39 

Undistributed Estates 17,948.54 10.00 2,840.00 15,118.54 

Veterans' Honorarium Interest & Sinking (142,123.01) 1,532,959.50 1,217,141.16 173,695.33 

Veterans' Memorial Permanent 18,593.37 1,475.64 421.53 19,647.48 

Veterans' and Pioneers' Memorial Building 1,579.53 1,579.53 

Veterans' Readjustment Assistance, U.S. 8,022.00 339,267.00 315,068.00 32,221.00 

Veterinary Medical Examiners 1,063.81 1,055.00 583.52 1,535.29 

Vocational Education, U.S. 38,421.10 38,421.10 

Vocational Rehabilitation, U.S. 8,581.98 153,738.68 162,148.31 1,513.00 1,685.35 

Volunteer Fireman's Compensation 11,727.35 24,756.90 31,978.19 4,506.06 

War Veterans' Compensation 8,777.24 4,875.00 59,525.00 50,000.00 4,127.24 

Water Analysis 3,767.89 2,223.75 3,687.83 2,303.81 

Water Conservation Bond 275,352.00 275,352.00 

Water Conservation Revolving 48,328.49 173,038.05 171,560.92 49,805.62 

Weights and Measures Special Revolving 7,933.12 3,250.00 4,683.12 

Children's Center Admin. Building Planning 

Children's Center Chapel Advance Planning 

Children's Center Institutional Trust 11,332.22 6,045.68 11,301.11 6,076.79 

Children's Center Living Quarters Planning 

Deaf and Blind School Interest and Income 19,341.71 15,134.64 12,600.50 5,000.00 16,875.85 

Deaf and Blind School Interest and Sinking 10,150.63 7,457.50 16,684.48 923.65 

Deaf and Blind School Permanent 1,450.34 1,450.34 

Geddes Bequest 2,500.00 2,500.00 

Industrial School Fire Loss 250.00 81.50 331.50 

Industrial School Interest and Income 13,904.29 12,855.88 14,205.79 12,554.38 

Industrial School Interest and Sinking 3,060.00 3,060.00 

Industrial School Permanent 14,136.05 14,136.05 

Inter-demoninational Chapel 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Mental Hygiene, U.S 62,648.00 26,148.00 36,500.00 

Moler Memorial 5,349.51 2,556.85 2,792.66 

Otto Pearson Bequest 1,000.00 360.00 640.00 

Prison Administration Building Planning, U.S. .— 

Prison Fire Loss _ 4,278.47 4,278.47 

Prison Housing Facilities Planning, U.S 

Prison Industrial Revolving 33,979.30 156,236.17 140,406.09 49,809.38 



1958-59 Fiscal Year 

Transfers Balance 

Expenditures Between Funds lune 30, 1959 



1959-60 Fiscal Year 



Tronsfers Balance 

Expenditures Between Funds June 30. 1960 



452,186.00 

211,513.55 

3,531,625.43 

1,300.00 

30,555.46 

7,159.57 

3,000.00 

62,079.45 

130,141.23 

30,465.00 

11,658.60 

426.00 

720.00 

20,965.32 

1,583,140.60 

10,843,314.77 



4,027,641.36 

6,841.00 
5,046,225.94 

1,592,681.27 
1,432.03 

989,444.67 

826.00 

38,421.10 

169,365.01 

47,487.57 

9,013,225.55 

2,931.50 

150,704.96 

147,627.89 

8,111.56 



10,064.12 



449,820.02 

211,056.99 

3,484,232.34* 

2,315.84 

29,349.33 

8,049.28 

2,997.91 

68,190.24 

144,023.58 

34,818.09 

12,277.98 

345.90 

103.37 

3,088.00 

1,538,667.54 

10,670,940.71 



6,775.00 



1,302,985.47 
5,440.50 

848,726.67 

797.05 

38,421.10 

168,860.91 

27,116.90 

3,712,737.50 

4,585.82 

81,164.08 



4,532.40 



17,743.94 

10,480.50 

1,217.98 


8,882.33 
10,191.12 


19,123.40 


24,253.85 


7,755.56 




25,871.00 
4,255.59 


25,871.00 
536.84 
640.00 


22,175.00 
41,877.18 


61,059.03 



5,363.77 



2,400.26 



4,025,080.97 
270,000.00 

10,710,000.00 



10,120.55 
191,480.88 
301,937.90 

4,208.38 



2.09 

25,671.10 

70,906.64 

.75 

7,634.36 

243.09 

766.63 

48,146.45 

111,965.31 

480,198.00 

600,000.00 

7,901.21 

66.00 

30,533,075.33 

15,118.54 

463,391.13 

15,639.01 

1,579.53 



3,850,000.00 



5,000.00 



1,217.' 



7,755.56 



480.00 $ 

466,198.00 

331,320.24 

4,509,532.37 

491.00 

28,820.15 

6,557.25 

20,647.91 
56,392.83 
124,456.51 

15,463.70 

814.00 

687.50 

21,019.42 

1,632,565.44 

11,456,266.43 

54,027.80 
4,139,086.99 



4,949,988.98 

1,625,822.31 
5,599.20 



116.24 $ 
474,328.79 
190,475.70 
4,487,638.30* 

28,363.56 
5,492.70 

17,434.85 
53,609.13 
91,619.05 

18,302.32 

36.05 

864.40 

25,243.59 

1,655,061.68 

11,811,876.39 

12,250.00 



66.00 

11,308.98 

1,314,083.06 

876.38 



172,939.00 


907,064.60 


1,029,672.00 


1,564.24 


1,033.00 


720.00 




38,389.00 


38,389.00 


2,189.45 


176,670.79 


174,915.81 


24,876.73 


33,361.65 


25,194.53 


1,454,615.29 


1,210,625.00 


1,539,522.50 


649.49 


2,486.50 


2,014.24 


150,704.96 


123,661.68 




116,269.43 


141,171.81 


41,408.19 


12,794.68 


10,161.97 


9,073.17 




941.00 


941.00 




1,171.00 


1,171.00 


11,608.51 


8,864.78 


6,749.12 




7,908.00 


7,908.00 


20,737.46 


25,614.12 


13,254.65 


1,213.03 


9,048.50 
1,900.78 


9,040.00 


2,500.00 






331.50 






7,423.93 


24,334.07 
13,820.40 


9,959.12 


1,000.00 








40,981.00 


40,981.00 


2,255.82 




423.06 


4,255.59 






4,278.47 




2,166.33 


22,175.00 






30,627.53 


49,398.01 


34,818.40 



32,787.16 



5,378.82 



4,141,952.39 



11,456,000.00 



1,000,000.00 
150,704.96 



6,000.00 
1,900.78 



13,820.40 



363.76 

1,989.76 

332,325.42 

291,044.81 

491.00 

4,664.97 

1,064.55 

3,215.15 

23,075.98 

103,744.10 

.75 

4,795.74 

1,021.04 

589.73 

43,922.28 

89,469.07 

124,588.04 

600,000.00 

41,777.80 

5,035.81 



24,027,064.31 

3,809.56 

775,130.38 

20,361.83 

1,579.53 

50,331.60 

1,877.24 

3,944.43 

33,043.85 

125,717.79 

1,121.75 

123,661.68 

216,033.05 

13,883.48 



13,724.17 

27,096.93 
1,221.53 

2,500.00 

331.50 

21,798.88 



1,000.00 

1,832.76 

4,255.59 

2,112.14 

22,175.00 

45,207.14 



Summary of Fund Conditions For Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1958, 1959 cmd 1960 

1957.58 Fiscal Year 



Fund 



Balance 
July 1. 1957 



Expenditures 



Transiers 
Between Funds 



Balance 
lune 30. 19S8 



Prison Institutional Trust $ 186.00 

Prison Minimum Facilities Planning, U.S. 

Prison Receiving Service Planning, U. S. 

Prison Recreation Building Planning, U.S. 

Prison Shops and Warehouse Planning, U.S. 

Senile Home Donations . . 12.00 

Soldiers' Home, Federal 18,857.13 

Soldiers' Home Interest and Income 719.69 

Soldiers' Home Permanent 

Soldiers' Home Welfare Interest and Income 

State Hospital Building _ ^ 

State Hospital Construction „.. 1,796,538.66 

State Hospital Institutional Trust 56,253.42 

State Hospital 1935 Interest cmd Sinking 

State Hospital 1947 Interest and Sinking 22,252.91 

State Hospital 1955 Interest and Sinking 341,099.32 

Training School Construction . . .. 471,810.61 

Training School Institutional Trust 29,542.89 

Training Sc'nool 1955 Interest and Sinking 399,063.45 

Training School Interest and Sinking _ 14,613.50 

Training School Nursery Type Building 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium Bequest 420.35 

Tuberculosis Sanit. & Children's Center Perm. _. _ 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium Institutional Trust . 1,333.10 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium Interest & Sinking _. ..- 3,936.16 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium Planning, Federal 

Additional Fee 1960, Montana State University - 

Armory Gym Const., Northern Mont. College 1,391.76 

Armory Gym Extension, Northern Mont. College 
Armory Gym Extension, Interest & Sinking, NMC 
Armory Gym Reserve, Northern Mont. College _. 

Armory Gym Retirem.ent & Sinking, NMC 7,981.30 

Associated Students Reserve, MSU 

Bond Construction, Eastern Montana College _ _ 38.19 

Bond Construction, Northern Montana College _ 7,233.63 

Bond Construction, Western Montana College -- .10 

Building Bond Interest 6. Sinking, MSU - - 823,026.15 

Building Fee, Eastern Montana College 12,603.12 

Building Project Construction 1960, MSU 

Building & Repair, Western Montana College - - 10,614.78 

Buildings Interest & Sinking 1960, MSU 

Buildings Interest & Sinking 1957, WMC 

C.A.A., U.S., Montana State College 3,075.57 

Central Montana Brcmch . _ 6,158.53 

Certified Public Accountants, MSU . 1,248.74 

Qassroom Construction, Montana Stale College . 
Dixon Endowment Interest & Income, MSU 2,552.08 

Donaldson Hall Income, Northern Mont. College 16,716.51 

Dormitory Construction, Montana State College 11,845.24 

Dormitory Const. 1956, Northern Mont. College 2,320.80 

Dormitory Revenue Interest & Sinking, MSC 80,255.00 

Eastern Montana Branch -... 4,460.89 

E. S. Ryman Library Interest & Income, MSU 1,749.12 

Experiment Station, Montana State University ...- 220.53 

Exper " i'i^n Special 41,720.24 

Field vAana State University 1,584.19 

Field :.._... .....rest & Smking, MSU 3,451.96 

Fire Loss, Montana State College _. 



127.48 $ 



30.00 






37,495.83 


41,637.26 




267.07 




1.40 


3,145.00 




3,145.00 


120.77 


982,267.89 


120.77 


94,903.50 


108,682.56$ 




18,133.00 


18,133.00 




176,695.90 


202,646.10 




321,754.56 


114,040.31 
148,098.78 




15,634.08 


14,222.371 




321,749.53 


85,525.93 
2,015.52 




324.74 


324.74 




2,709.05 


3,158.35 




15,863.86 


16,160.00 





11,321.75 
5,281.03 



2,968.70 
13,581.52 



38,328.19 



1,191.76 

8,060.00 
5,000.00 

6,441.98 

300,040.90 

10,614.78 



2,500.00 

2,500.00 

281.03 





3,075.57 




10,589.62 


7,246.79 




2,000.00 


1,783.81 




143,876.59 


1,097,664.54 


37,500.00 


4,425.60 


4,000.00 




27,022.19 


20,000.00 


10,000.00 


5,367.44 


17,150.70 




226,367.29 


225,854.73 




311,907.50 


314,305.00 




13,034.59 


11,426.45 




253.25 


3.50 




48,984.64 


49,032.44 




156,437.51 


82,992.25 


1,584.19 


44,347.33 


45,535.88 





313.' 



420.35 



2,263.41 

















65 




1958-59 FUcal Year 


Balance 




1959-60 Fiscal Year 






Transiers 




Transfers 


Balcmce 


Income 


Expenditures 


Setween Funds 


lune 30. 1959 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


June 30. 1960 


140.36 $ 


$ 


$ 


453.84 $ 


173.69 $ 


$ 


$ 


627.53 


4,978.60 






4,978.60 


2,000.00 


6,978.60 






19,255.00 






19,255.00 








19,255.00 


7,503.00 






7,503.00 








7,503.00 


13,382.11 






13,382.11 








13,382.11 


5.00 






47.00 








47.00 


42,539.39 


47,679.99 




9,575.10 


42,541.22 


50,375.38 




1,740.94 


344.52 






1,329.88 


525.50 






1,855.38 


136.87 




136.87 




174.63 
234,359.52 


100,068.48 


174.63 


134,291.04 




722,321.43 




91,949.34 




79,143.03 




12,806.31 


127,906.54 


98,389.40$ 




71,991.50 


123,822.93 


135,180.24$ 




60,634.19 


53,070.00 


17,701.00 




35,369.00 




17,634.50 




17,734.50 


21,312.13 






17,614.84 


1,542.02 


15,372.00 




3,784.86 


331,632.21 


110,834.00 




769,611.78 


25,791.17 


104,892.68 




690,510.27 




264,947.16 




58,764.67 




57,990.76 




773.91 


23,508.70 


18,226.95$ 




36,236.35 


25,167.56 


18,091.91$ 




43,312.00 


331,630.16 


88,120.13 
88.88 

65.71 




878,799.08 
12,509.10 

354.64 


25,775.00 
71,482.88 


87,146.10 
354.64 




817,427.98 
12,509.10 
71,482.88 


376.39 




376.39 




472.45 




472.45 




1,828.63 


1,511.22 




1,201.21 


2,528.01 


1,024.07* 




2,705.15 


20,019.03 


14,120.00 




9,539.05 


14,414.00 


13,481.35 




10,471.70 


16,282.50 


16,282.50 




200.00 


7,912.50 
71,452.66 


7,912.50 
200.00 




71,452.66 


91,700.00 


82,137.73 




9,562.27 




9,437.53 




124.74 


27,179.91 


13,660.00 




13,519.91 


22,166.87 


16,009.20 


4,000.00 


15,677.58 


7,500.00 






10,000.00 


4,000.00 






14,000.00 


127,097.23 


127,097.23 


8,743.05 












2,133.45 


2,000.00 
791.65 


133.45 


38.19 


165.95 




165.95 


38.19 





791.65 




.10 


625,730.87 


396,369.81 


30,368.75 




64,725.29 


63,000.00 


11,962.36 


3,746.80 


1,960.00 


2,596.25 


524,593.83 


526,207.44 


4,490.53 


4,200.00 


28,596.08 


20,000.00 




2,833.36 


428,370.27 


433,386.52 


14,199.56 


13,056.23 


210.55 


374.21 


61,610.42 


57,164.23 


183,196.82 


168,429.45 



11,855.17 



9,680.00 



58,642.41 



52,241.03 



4,319.03 



755,315.01 


68,769.71 


350,543.37 




473,541.35 


56,553.39 


47,442.40 


59,130.58 




44,865.21 




1,778,000.00 


275,799.04 


1,500,000.00 


2,200.96 




58,199.18 




50,068.00 


8,131.18 


28,198.31 


28,730.62 


42,068.43 


12,000.00 


2,860.50 


17,716.92 


7,423.11 


5,942.72 




19,197.31 


828.68 


2,470.50 


2,009.39 




1,289.79 


7,098.44 




3,079.80 




4,018.64 


3,268.21 


4,644.92 


4,240.00 




3,673.13 


12,654.78 


39,136.08 


10,000.00 


9,360.00 


32,430.86 


61.98 


845,000.00 


844,866.15 


61.98 


133.85 


72,841.25 


267,073.50 


269,026.00 




70,888.75 


7,212.36 


13,640.59 


9,446.25 




11,406.70 


1,835.21 


260.54 


1,040.37 




1,055.38 


4,618.92 


57,604.88 


44,715.63 




17,508.17 


129,932.87 


178,761.58 


155,921.65 




152,772.80 


4,345.76 


67,803.29 


54,158.12 


11,199.53 


6,791.40 




90,022.00 


10,220.39 




79,801.61 



Summary of Fund Conditions For Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1958, 1959 and 1960 

1957-58 Fiscal Year 



Food Extension, Montana University S 

Food Service Extension Interest & Sinking, MSU- 

Frontier Riding Award Permanent 

Grain Laboratory - 

Great North. & Pacific Pov/er & Light Trust, MSM 

Hatch Amended, U.S. -— 

Health Center Interest & Sinking, MSU 

Health & Psysical Education Const., MSU 

House Purchase & Repair, Eastern Mont. College 
Housing Extension, Montana State University .... 

Housing Extension Interest & Sinking, MSU 

Huntley Branch 

Indian Agents, U.S. — 

Interest & Income, Eastern Montana College — 

Interest & Income, Montana State College 

Interest & Income, Montana School of Mines 

Interest & Income, Montana State University 

Interest & Income, Western Montana College -.- 

Interest & Sinking, Eastern Montana College 

Interest & Sinking 1957, Montana State College .. 
Interest & Sinking, Northern Montana College — 
Interest & Sinking, Western Montana College — 

Kellogg Foundation Loan — 

Kress Bequest 

Land Grant & Student Fee Reserve, MSU 

Library Interest & Sinking, MSU -.- - 

Library & Museum Interest & Sinking, MSM 

Medical-Science Building Construction, MSC 

Men's Dormitory Const., Western Mont. College .. 

Men's Residence Hall Construction, EMC 

Morgan Hall Add'n. Construction, NMC 

Morgan Hall Add'n. Furnishings, NMC — .— . 

Morgan Hall Furnishings & Equipment, NMC .... 
Morrill Interest & Income, Montana State College 

Morrill-Nelson, U.S., Montana State College 

Morrill Permanent, Montana State College 

Normal College Permanent 

Northern Montana Branch 

Northern Montana Branch Station Fire Loss 

Northwestern Montana Branch 

Permanent, Montana State College _ 
Permanent, Montana School of Mines 
Permanent, Montana State University 

Physical Education Advance Planning, EMC 

Physical Education Center Int. & Sinking, MSC .. 28,800.00 

Physical Education Center, EMC 

Physical Education Interest & Sinking, EMC 

Public Entrance, Northern Montana College 108.24 

Research & Marketing, U.S. . 680.72 

Residence Halls Interest & Sinking, MSM 55,900.00 

Residence Halls Interest & Sinking, MSU 1 , 1 90.00 

Rural Development, U.S. -.- - — 

Ryman Endowment Interest & Income, MSU 

Ryman Fellowship Interest & Income, MSU 2,059.00 

Ryman Fellowship Permanent, MSU - 

Scholarships & Prizes, Montana State Univ. 5,556.41 

School of Law Advance Planning, U.S., MSU 

School of Law Permanent, Montana State Univ... 



Balance 






Transfers 


Balance 


July 1, 1957 


Income 


Expenditures 


letween Funds 


June 30. 1958 


5,724.48 $ 


$ 

16,666.66 


$ 


5,724.48 $ 


16,666.66 




3,627.77 


1,801.33 


1,826.44 




10,202.95 


16,661.91 


13,919.00 




12,945.86 


2,627.74 










2,627.74 


262,962.00 


265,442.09 




147.6E 


1,170.90 


19,709.13 


19,246.00 




1, 634.0: 


5,679.45 


228,218.04 


231,022.94 




2,874.55 






24,854.80 


25,000.00 


145.2C 


56,404.27 


88,600.00 




144,960.53 


43.7^ 


15.00 


228,500.00 


118,877.50 




109,637.5C 


28,913.05 


61,064.72 


59,327.87 




30,649.9C 


20.39 


1,465.67 


72.03 




1,414.0: 


8,507.68 


9,834.04 


12,628.54 




5,713.1f 




1,937.49 


5,401.59 


9,717.46 


6,253.36 


38,640.86 


33,736.66 


89,747.17 


26,087.90 


8,718.2: 


8,212.63 


25,267.15 


28,139.13 




5,340.65 


4,317.13 


631.18 


4,917.39 




30.92 


31,483.51 


3,638.13 


8,880.00 


25,000.00 


1,241.6^ 




37,500.00 


37,500.00 
10,000.00 


37,500.00 
10,000.00 


37,500.0( 




110.65 




110.65 






63.18 




63.18 






435.58 




435.58 




379.16 


8,430.00 


8,430.00 




379.1f 


18,715.87 


1,495.00 


8,137.50 




12,073.3' 


5,264.31 


57,500.00 


49,130.85 




13,633.4 


8,858.40 




8,858.40 






7,566.23 


19,027.32 

75,895.57 

34,160.16 

9,839.12 


43,998.08 
75,895.57 


26,938.07 

34,160.16 
9,839.12 


9,533.5 


29,803.74 


36,362.02 


26,154.10 




40,011.6 


71,346.31 




103.00 




71,243.3 


3.30 


3,056.61 

7,015.27 

9,839.12 

20,154.94 


2,658.46 


7,015.27 

9,839.12 

20,154.94 


401.4 



67,600.00 



57,600.00 



9,319.28 
16,000.00 


108.24 
10,000.00 
12,800.00 


15,000.00 

1,718.17 

313.68 


6,905.56 


11,734.07 


12,123.63 


24.54 





1,718.17 



24.54 



1958-59 Fiscal Year 

Transfers Balance 

Expenditures Between Funds lune 30, 1959 



1959-60 Fiscal Year 

Transfers Balance 

Expenditures Between Funds June 30. 1960 



26,237.50 



29,376.68 



13,527.48 



13,118.75 



26,434.57 



211.66 



21,790.28 


21,917.92 




12,818.22 


23,485.15 


25,230.25 




11,073.12 


17,000.00 


15,473.40 




1,526.60 


12,000.00 


13,308.02 




218.58 


271,263.00 


271,410.65 






271,263.00 


269,799.00 




1,464.00 


21,984.47 


19,059.00 

2,874.55 

129.07 


3,350.00 


1,209.50 
16.13 


18,940.00 


18,991.00 




1,158.50 
16.13 


5,806.26 


5,850.00 














172,625.00 


168,312.50 




113,950.00 


58,056.25 


171,868.75 




137.50 


63,076.43 


69,381.86 
75.38 




24,344.47 
1,338.65 


72,802.85 


79,154.47 




17,992.85 
1,338.65 


32,227.27 


33,832.75 




4,107.70 


28,730.58 


3,871.91 




28,966.37 


14,182.85 




20,436.21 




17,336.20 


6,406.73 




10,929.47 


62,557.40 


47,192.54 




24,083.11 


75,312.05 


61,297.66 


7,500.00 


30,597.50 


30,506.37 


21,700.26 




14,146.76 


33,608.71 




30,041.78 


17,713.69 




30.92 






12,000.00 


11,001.35 




998.65 


47,916.49 


8,580.00 


38.13 


40,540.00 




9,280.00 




31,260.00 


94,000.00 


75,000.00 




56,500.00 


94,050.00 


113,525.00 




37,025.00 




9,680.00 


9,680.00 




9,360.00 


9,360.00 






70.16 




70.16 




89.49 
1,200.00 


1,200.00 


89.49 




525.86 




526.86 




4,646.77 




4,646.77 




12,209.95 


12,210.00 




379.11 


11,490.89 


11,870.00 






1,475.00 


7,472.50 




6,075.87 


1,630.00 
232,953.00 


7,227.50 
207,028.67 




478.37 
25,924.33 


416,250.00 


416,037.12 
13,633.46 




212.88 


74,783.01 


70,368.25 




4,627.64 


10,600.00 


10,519.05 




80.95 


327,400.00 


320,425.16 




7,055.79 


2,847.35 






2,847.35 




2,722.85 




124.51 


50,350.29 




59,882.90 


.93 


60,807.28 


42,551.84 




18,256.37 


75,895.57 


75,895.57 






75,895.57 


75,895.57 






5,808.18 




5,808.18 




35,137.15 




35,137.15 




8,444.14 




8,444.14 




17,227.82 




17,227.82 




30,257.91 


35,570.73 




34,698.84 
71,243.31 


37,535.42 


23,936.62 
722.60 




48,297.64 
70,520.71 


3,007.72 


547.28 




2,861.89 


3,212.34 


2,554.84 




3,519.39 


2,056.90 




2,056.90 




8,710.90 




8,710.90 




2,463.63 




2,463.63 




5,803.35 




5,803.35 




4,393.28 




4,393.28 




4,824.72 




4,824.72 




12,500.00 


12,500.00 














67,240.00 


67,366.00 




38,674.00 


71,880.00 

1,466,000.00 

71,059.38 


67,006.00 

1,416,090.68 

35,220.45 




43,548.00 
49,909.32 
35,838.93 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 






10,000.00 


10,000.00 






3,763.00 


62,863.00 




1,190.00 








1,190.00 


8,223.37 


14,680.05 




1,637.76 




1,637.74 




.02 


1,552.94 




1,552.94 




1,981.05 




1,981.05 




350.76 






2,723.44 


470.78 
1,400.36 


650.00 


1,400.36 
1,400.36 


1,143.86 


21,884.29 


18,636.88 




8,414.26 


26,730.14 
5,475.00 


25,397.27 
5,475.00 




9,747.13 


25.22 




25.22 




32.17 




32.17 





Summary oi Fund Conditions For Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1958, 1959 and 1960 

1957-58 Fiscal Year 



Balance 
July 1, 1957 



Income 



Expenditures 



Transfers 
Between Funds 



Balance 
lune 30, 1958 



Silor Thompson Scholarship, MSU -— 3 

Small Business Admin., U.S., MSM 

Smith-Lever Amended, U.S. 

Special Construction, Montana State College 

Special Construction, Interest & Sinking, MSC .._ 

Student Building Fee, Montana State Univ. 

Student Faculty Housing, NMC - - 

Student Faculty Housing Interest & Sinking, MSC 
Student Union Apartments Furnishings, NMC _. 
Student Union Apartments Construction, NMC — . 

Student Union Building Construction, MSM 

Student Union Construction, NMC 

Student Union Housing, Western Mont. College . 

Student Union Interest & Sinking, MSM 

Student Union Interest & Sinking, MSU 

Student Union Facilities Interest & Sinking, MSU-- 

Student Union Furniture & Equipment, NMC 

Student Union Maintenance & Equipment, MSM- 

Sfudent Union Planning, U.S., NMC 

Swimming Pool Construction, MSU 

Swimming Pool Interest & Sinking, MSU 

Vet. Construction, U.S., Montana State College .... 

Veterans' Aid, U.S., Montana State College 

Veterans' Education, U.S., Eastern Mont. College 

Veterans' Education, U.S., MSM „ 

Veterans' Education, U.S., MSU 

Veterans' Education, U.S., NMC 

Veterans' Education, U.S., WMC 

Walsh Endowment Interest & Income, MSC 

Western Montana Branch ._ 

Women's Dormitory Construction, MSC 

Wool Laboratory Special -.„ 

Common School Interest & Income 

Common School Permcment 

Fire Insurance 

Flood Control, U.S. 

Forest Reserve, U.S. _— 



20,552.66 



2,410.95 

204.59 

8,600.00 



Montana Trust & Legacy Interest & Income . 

Montana Trust & Legacy Permanent 

Taylor Grazing Act, U.S. 



5,675.00 



1.56 
1,309.93 
1,746.48 
3,917.36 
2,140.76 
.69 
2,109.95 
44.04 

2,713.12 
400,648.85 

6,997.72 



6,826.41 

1,175,312.97 

6.61 



135.00 
381,330.70 



32,936.03 
21,300.00 
32,200.00 



530,000.00 

37,361.67 
5,625.00 



232,200.00 



9,029.91 
8,238.00 
448.00 
9,803.16 
3,723.98 



480.41 

2,765.37 
8,002,561.58 
1,535,104.09 



1,118,762.26 

992,266.97 

2,410,675.40 

35,106.75 



135.00 
401,739.09 



22,300.00 
16,186.97 
17,200.00 



516,640.99 

37,361.67 
11,250.00 



232,118.30 



8,941.63 
9,494.55 
1,870.38 
4,764.29 
2,737.44 



5.06 

976.96 
3,736,329.44 



1,118,762.26 



35,106.75 



165.98 



144.27 



13,046.98 

5,317.62 

23,600.00 



13,359.01 

50.00 

81.7C 



89.84 

53.38 

324.10 

8,956.23 

3,127.30 

.69 

2,275.93 

519.39 



4,501.53 
4,126,974.66 539,906.35 
1,535,104.09 

6,997.72 



965,000.00 
2,546,949.93 



34,093.38 

1,039,038.44 

6.61 



TOTAL 



$67,985,134.43 $174,355,465.90 $153,318,089.98 $32,141,796.93 $56,880,713.49 Bi 



1958-59 Fiscal Year 



1959-60 Fiscal Year 







Transfers 


Balance 






Transfers 


Balcmce 


Income 


Expendittires 


Between Funds 


lune 30. 1959 


Income 


Expenditures 


Between Funds 


lune 30, 1960 


$ 415.06 $ 


270.00 $ 


98.74 $ 


46.32 


$ 177.17 $ 
7,051.50 


5,041.61 


$ $ 


223.49 
2,009.89 


421,922.83 


422,039.22 




27.88 


441,854.94 

466,190.15 

27,025.00 


441,533.62 

452,831.54 

11,637.50 




349.20 
13,358.61 
15,387.50 


104,338.57 


24,655.59 


57,323.38 


35,406.58 


187,407.52 


37,686.73 


74,873.76 


110,253.61 




4,722.49 




595.13 


4,489.19 


2,974.45 




2,109.87 


32,600.00 


31,900.00 




24,300.00 


32,960.00 
500.00 

82,600.00 
406,226.17 
426,905.00 


32,280.00 
195.00 

82,560.68 
406,226.17 
423,361.52 




24,980.00 

305.00 

39.32 

3,543.48 


67,417.06 


76,676.07 


4,100.00 












4,391.25 






4,391.25 


13,925.00 






18,316.25 


880.00 


880.00 






880.00 


880.00 






16,825.00 


11,250.00 




5,625.00 


11,250.00 

3,500.00 

22,000.00 


11,250.00 
581.00 




5,625.00 

3,500.00 

21,419.00 


2,875.00 


2,875.00 














355,900.00 


340,640.98 


12,000.00 


3,340.72 




173.25 




3,167.47 


14,881.66 






14,881.66 


19,940.80 
91,821.00 


16,465.00 
20,864.49 


17,532.46 


825.00 
70,956.51 


8,289.00 


7,062.35 




1,316.49 


3,921.00 






5,237.49 


1,067.00 


1,022.49 




97.89 








97.89 


301.00 






625.10 


255.00 






880.10 


8,183.65 


1,801.58 




15,338.30 


5,062.00 


17,947.22 




2,453.08 


533.00 


1,616.93 

.69 

1,920.00 




2,043.37 


460.00 


1,914.40 




588.97 


140.36 




496.29 


173.70 






669.99 


1,743.59 


2,155.41 




107.57 


350.93 


223.62 




234.88 


1,265,700.00 


1,203,384.40 




62,315.60 


125,405.00 


186,937.29 




783.31 


2,675.15 


2,407.52 




4,769.16 


3,345.36 


5,190.45 




2,924.07 


7,155,763.85 


3,506,730.33 


3,659,564.75 


529,375.10 


7,548,583.59 


3,839,333.70 


3,728,158.89 


510,466.10 


1,606,534.63 




1,606,534.63 


6,997.72 


1,515,845.72 




1,515,845.72 


6,997.72 


56,273.57 


56,273.57 






14,915.93 


14,915.93 






782,471.44 


782,471.44 






887,463.84 


887,463.84 






1,090,929.49 




1,120,000.00 


5,022.87 


1,466,865.93 




1,450,000.00 


21,888.80 


2,659,580.86 




2,079,393.60 


1,619,225.70 


3,719,117.39 




3,142,170.16 


2,196,172.93 


38,780.35 


38,780.35 




6.61 


39,408.77 


39,408.77 




6.61 


$186,692,386.88 $155,371,472.98 $40,910,086.57 $47,291,542.60 


$195,233,059.48 $158,605,574.52 $38,643,831.28 $45,263,833.91t 



Payments to Federal Government for employee-employer contributions. These payments not included in expenditures shown elsewhere in this Document, 
t" Totals for 1959-60 fiscal year will not add to June 30, 1960, balance due to three accounts on a calendar-year basis not included in June 30, 1960, items, 
t Not included in expenditures shown elsewhere in Ihis Document. 




ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



SUMMARY OF— ATTORNEY GENERAL 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957^58 1958-59 



1959 
Actual 
1959-60 



Biennium 

Estimate 
1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



12 



12 



14 



14 



12 + 1 PT 12 + 1 PT 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 90,407 

Escheated Estates __,_ 12,230 



TOTAL $102,637 



$ 91,082 
11,457 

$102,539 



$ 89,014 
10,861 

$ 99,875 



$ 99,690 
13,030 

$112,720 



$ 90,417 
11,241 

$101,658 



$ 90,640 
11,257 

$101,897 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages _-_ $ 85,187 

Operating Expenses 8,275 

Travel 6,284 

Equipment 2,891 



TOTAL $102,637 



$ 89,505 

6,942 

5,226 

866 


$ 83,868 
8,253 
4,429 
3,325 


$ 92,155 

12,690 

6,600 

1,275 


$ 86,622 
8,651 
4,525 
1,860 


$ 87,521 
8,651 
4,525 
1,200 



$102,539 



$ 99,875 



$112,720 



$101,658 



$101,897 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 90,407 

Other 
Escheated Estates 12,230 



TOTAL FINANCING $102,637 



$ 91,082 

11,457 

$102,539 



$ 88,516 

11,359 

$ 99,875 



$ 99,690 

13,030 

$112,720 



$ 90,417 

11,241 

$101,658 



$ 90,640 

11,257 

$101,897 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $98,339 

Expenditures 90,407 



Balance $ 7,932 

Appropriation 1 958-59 $88,760 

Expenditures 9 1 ,082 



Reversion $ 5,610 

Less Carry-over 2,258 



$ 3,352 



Carry-over $ 2,258 

Appropriation 1 959-60 $96,300 

Expenditures 88,516 



Balance 



$10,042 



Appropriation 1960-61 $96,300 

Estimated Expenditures 99,690 



Estimated Reversion 



Escheated Estates 



$ 6,652 



Appropriation 1 957-58 - $49,900 

Expenditures 12,342 



Balance _ -.,$37,558 

Appropriation 1958-59 - $15,900 

Expenditures 11, 457 



Reversion ......$42,001 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$29,650 
. 11,359 

$18,291 

$14,650 
13,030 



Estimated Reversion $19,91 1 



ELECTIVE OFHCIALS 



Undistributed Estates 

Balance July 1, 1957 -...$17,948.54 

Income 10.00 

Expenditures 2,840.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 . $15,118.54 

Balance June 30, 1959 _- $15,1 18.54 

Expenditures 1 1 ,308.98 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,809.56 

Escheated Estates Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 56,308.34 

Income 32,852.18 

Expenditures 12,341.06 

Distribution 22,349.91 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 54,469.55 

Income 100,421.95 

Expenditures 11,620.45 

Transfer Out 22,182.88 



Balance June 30, 1959 $121,088.17 

Income 1 02,902.49 

Correction of Income Out 37,887.05 

Transfer Out 49,201.12 

Expenditures (Direct) 180.74 

Expenditures (Approp.) 10,704.14 



Balance June 30, 1960 $126,017.61 

Alien Heirs 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 35,729.95 

Income 15,836.98 

Increase Investment 5,000.00 

Expenditures 5,81 2.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 40,754.43 

Income 97,737.51 

Expenditures - 7,869.84 

Balance June 30, 1959 $130,622.10 

Income 15,912.97 

Correction of Income In 37,887.05 

Expenditures 118,691.78 



Balance June 30, 1960 . $ 65,730.34 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



AGENCY— ATTORNEY GENERAL 












Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


12 


12 


14 


14 


12 + 1 PT 12 + 1 PT 







Salaries and Wages $ 80,395 

Employee Benefits 4,792 



TOTAL $ 85,187 



$ 84,965 
4,540 

$ 89,505 



$ 78,864 
5,004 

$ 83,868 



$ 86,205 
5,950 

$ 92,155 



$ 81,320 
5,302 

$ 86,622 



$ 82,040 
5,481 

$ 87,521 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 



Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 

Special Items 

Official Bonds -._ 



331 

1,806 

2,686 

484 

150 

25 



77 



Court Costs 2,716 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 8,275 



415 

2,563 

2,781 

923 

150 

35 



75 



$ 6,942 



$ 112 


$ 500 


$ 436 


$ 436 


1,158 


1,650 


1,650 


1,650 


2,843 


3,200 


3,150 


3,150 


2,883 


6,440 


2,550 


2,550 


150 


150 


150 


150 


85 


85 


50 


50 


223 


140 


140 


140 


55 


75 


75 


75 


744 


450 


450 


450 



$ 8,253 



$ 12,690 



$ 8,651 



$ 8,651 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 6,284 



.$ 3,545 
.. 2,739 


$ 3,946 
1,280 


$ 3,079 
1,350 


$ 4,500 
2,100 


$ 3,175 
1,350 


$ 3,175 
1,350 



$ 5,226 



$ 4,429 



$ 6,600 



$ 4,525 



$ 4,525 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 723 

Replacement 1,064 

Special — 

New Addition - 1,007 

Replacement 97 



$ 866 



12 

828 
2,477 



50 
25 

1,200 



660 
1,200 



$ 1,200 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


..-_$ 2,891 


$ 866 


$ 3,325 


$ 1,275 


$ 1,860 


$ 1,200 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES „_ 


.__. $102,637 


$102,539 


$ 99,875 


$112,720 


$101,658 


$101,897 



74 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— ATTORNEY GENERAL 



Division 1957 BienDium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 11 11 13 13 11 11 

Salaries and Wages $72,015 $76,585 $70,484 $77,825 $72,940 $73,660 

Employee Benefits 4,390 4,039 4,573 5,300 4,741 4,904 



TOTAL $76,405 $80,624 $75,057 $83,125 $77,681 $78,564 

OPERATING 

Postage _. $ 331 $ 415 $ 112 $ 350 

Supplies 1,659 1,723 1,158 1,500 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,686 2,678 2,693 3,000 

Printing .-- 484 875 2,681 5,440 

Association Dues 150 150 150 150 

Subscriptions 25 35 35 35 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 223 140 140 140 

Special Items 

Official Bonds ___., 77 75 55 75 75 75 



286 


$ 286 


1,500 


1,500 


3,000 


3,000 


2,150 


2,150 


150 


150 


50 


50 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,412 $ 5,951 $ 7,107 $ 10,690 $ 7,351 $ 7,351 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,960 $ 2,361 $ 2,175 $ 3,000 $ 2,175 $ 2,175 

Out-of-state 2,739 1,280 1,350 1,600 1,350 1,350 



TOTAL TRAVEL ......$ 5,699 $ 3,641 $ 3,525 $ 4,600 $ 3,525 $ 3,525 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 723 $ 8 $ 50 

Replacement 1,064 12 25 $ 660 

Special — 

New Addition 1,007 $ 866 828 1,200 1,200 $ 1,200 

Replacement 97 2,477 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 2,891 $ 866 $ 3,325 $ 1,275 $ 1,860 $ 1,200 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 90,407 $ 91,082 $ 89,014 $ 99,690 $ 90,417 $ 90,640 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 
AGENCY— ATTORNEY GENERAL 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

ESCHEATED ESTATES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members 1 + 1 PT 1 + 1 PT 1 + 1 PT 1 + 1 PT 

Salaries and Wages $ 8,380 $ 8,380 $ 8,380 $ 8,380 

Employee Benefits 402 501 431 650 

TOTAL.- $ 8,782 $ 8,881 $ 8,811 $ 9,030 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 150 

Supplies $ 147 $ 840 150 

Telephone and Telegraph 103 $ 150 200 

Printing 48 202 1,000 

Subscriptions 50 50 

Special Items 

Court Costs 2,716 744 450 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,863 $ 991 $ 1,146 $ 2,000 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 585 $ 1,585 $ 904 $ 1,500 

Out-of-State 500 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



1 + 1 PT 1 + 1 PT 



$ 8,380 
561 

$ 8,941 



450 



$ 1,300 



$ 1,000 



S 8,380 
577 

$ 8,957 



150 


$ 


150 


150 




150 


150 
400 




150 
400 



450 



$ 1.300 



S 1,000 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


. -$ 585 


$ 1,585 


$ 904 


$ 2,000 


$ 1,000 


$ 1,000 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .__ 


.„-$ 12,230 


$ 11,457 


$ 10,861 


$ 13,030 


$ 11,241 


$ 11,257 



AGENCY— ATTORNEY GENERAL 



Program and Performance 



Chapter 4, Title 82 of the Revised Codes of Montana provides for the office of Attorney General and its purposes. 
This title also provides for the Escheated Estates Department. 



76 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

SUMMARY OF— AUDITOR 





1957 Bienoium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


23 


22 


25 


20 + 4 PT 


20 


20 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


$113,017 


$155,614 


$138,258 


$152,091 


$132,548 


$130,171 



$106,276 


$107,780 


17,080 


20,139 


1,980 


1,980 


7,212 


272 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $97,428 $110,510 $120,327 $121,757 

Operating Expenses 12,601 26,873 13,129 26,484 

Travel _ 2,071 14,034 2,109 2,550 

Equipment 917 4,197 2,693 1,300 

TOTAL.-.. $113,017 $155,614 $138,258 $152,091 $132,548 $130,171 

FINANCING 

General Fund ......$ 96,401 $132,910 $116,388 $128,961 $109,548 $107,171 

Highway Fund --. 10,386 14,446 11,974 13,026 13,000 13,000 

Other 

Income Tax 

Withholding Fund 6,230 8,258 9,896 10,104 10,000 10,000 



TOTAL FINANCING $113,017 $155,614 $138,258 $152,091 $132,548 $130,171 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 ._ - $137,991 

Expenditures 96,401 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



$ 41,590 
$111,110 
.. 132,910 
„ 3,682 



$ 16,108 



Carry-over _ $ 3,682 

Appropriation 1959-60 $121,040 

Expenditures — 1 16,388 



Balance _ _ $ 8,334 

Appropriation 1960-61 $121,040 

Estimated Expenditures 128,961 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 413 



Highway Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $12,500 

Expenditures 1 0,386 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion 



$ 2,114 
$12,500 
_ 14,446 

$ 168 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



$12,500 
- 11,974 

$ 526 



Appropriation 1960-61 $12,500 

Estimated Expenditures 13,026 



Estimated Reversion none 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion ._ 



Income Tax Withholding 

$ 7,250 Appropriation 1959-60 $10,000 

6,230 Expenditures 9,896 

$ 1,020 Balance $ 104 

__$ 7,250 Appropriation 1960-61 $10,000 

8,258 Estimated Expenditures 10,104 

__$ 12 Estimated Reversion none 



78 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— AUDITOR 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Bocdd Members) 23 

Salaries and Wages --- $ 92,289 

Employee Benefits 5,139 

TOTAL -.-.-, $ 97,428 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,738 

Supplies ..- 6,449 

Telephone and Telegraph 735 

Printing 2,951 

Association Dues ._ 

Subscriptions 43 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 69 

Official Bonds 126 

Auto Expense 449 

Other Insurance - 41 

Register Binding .— 

TOTAL OPERATING -$ 12,601 

TRAVEL 

In-Stcrte $ 1,140 

Out-of-State 931 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,071 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ^ $ 917 

Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement . 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



22 



25 20 + 4 PT 



20 



$104,582 
5,928 

$110,510 



$113,724 
6,603 

$120,327 



$115,050 
6,707 

$121,757 



$ 99,840 
6,436 

$106,276 



$ 10,160 
13,499 



$ 3,640 
963 



$ 7,850 
1,730 



$ 26,873 



$ 13,129 



$ 26,484 



$ 17,080 



$ 13,122 
912 

$ 14,034 



$ 1,443 $ 1,375 
666 1,175 



$ 2,109 



$ 2,550 



$ 1,980 



20 



$100,980 
6,800 

$107,780 



4,943 $ 4,943 

1,050 1,050 



741 


839 


950 


534 


534 


1,881 


4,325 


12,250 


6,416 


9,600 




225 


325 


325 


325 


44 


56 


71 


40 


40 




920 


1,300 


1,300 


1,300 


55 




25 


25 


25 


88 


114 


195 


117 


117 


369 


1,222 


1,090 


1,480 


1,480 


36 


43 


44 


50 


50 




782 


654 


800 


675 



$ 20,139 



1,680 $ 1,680 
300 300 



$ 1,980 



$ 2,335 
298 

1,564 



$ 2,396 $ 700 
297 600 



$ 232 $ 272 
6,980 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT - -, 


_..$ 917 


$ 4,197 


$ 2,693 


$ 1,300 


$ 7,212 


$ 272 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .. 


._„ $113,017 


$155,614 


$138,258 


$152,091 


$132,548 


$130,171 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— AUDITOR 



Program and Performance 

Act VII, Paragraph 1 of the Montana Constitution establishes the office of Auditor. 

This Department issues and keeps account of all warrants drawn in payment of claims and payrolls approved 
by the State Board of Examiners. The Department maintains accounts of all cash funds and appropriation funds. 
Control accounts are maintained on all receipts and disbursements. 

As fiscal officer for the State, the State Auditor is served with and processes all court orders and levys against 
the creditors and employees of the State. All assignments of claims are also filed with this Department. It also main- 
tains the payroll and payroll records of the District Judges and County Attorney. 

Title 66, Chapter 20 establishes the Investment Department. 

The Investment Department licenses and supervises all investment companies (other than companies exempt by 
law) and their agents dealing in securities in the State. 

Title 82, Chapter 82 establishes the State Fire Marshall. 

The Department makes at least one inspection during every year, of each State institution and submits a copy 
of the report to the Board of Examiners with recommendation in regard to fire prevention, fire protection and to the 
public safety. 

On request they inspect public, business, or industrial buildings and require conformance to standards of pre- 
vention and safety. They inspect all Nursing and Rest Homes in the State, and investigate all fires where possible 
arson is involved. 

Title 40, Chapter 40 establishes the Insurance Department. 

The Insurance Department licenses and supervises all insurance companies, insurance agents, solicitors, and 
adjusters operating in the State of Montana. Approximately 500 companies are licensed by them. All insurance 
companies licensed in the State must file an annual statement with this Department. Approximately 15,000 agents' 
licenses were issued during the past year. Section 40-3313 provides that the Insurance Department shall subject each 
new applicant for license as agent, or solicitor, to a personal written examination as to his competence to act as 
such agent or solicitor. 

Very careful study has been given to the implementation of the new procedures imposed by the insurance laws 
which become effective January I, 1960. In this study, the Department has endeavored to establish the most effi- 
cient and economical procedures. 

All insurance rates are filed with the Insurance Rate Department for review and recording, and all insurance 
companies' policy forms are submitted to this Department for approval and filing. 



80 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

SUMMARY OF— GOVERNOR 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 6 6 6 6 6 6 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Office $ 49,322 $ 53,023 $ 38,066 $ 41,246 $ 42,945 $ 42,997 

Mansion 6,802 8,192 56,176 10,455 10,372 10,467 

Land and Buildings 171,147 43,028 42,313 



TOTAL $227,271 $104,243 $136,555 $51,701 $53,317 $53,464 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $35,888 $36,724 $40,055 $41,716 

Operating Expenses 19,410 21,868 7,008 8,963 

Travel 440 753 773 772 

Equipment _... 386 1,870 46,406 250 

Land and Buildings 171,147 43,028 42,313 

TOTAL $227,271 $104,243 $136.555 $51,701 $53.317 $53.464 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 56,686 $ 60,615 $ 49,864 $ 51,701 $ 53,317 $ 53.464 

Other 

Governor's Quarters 

Construction Fund _„ „ 170,585 43,628 86,691 



$ 42,773 


$ 42,838 


9,522 


9,604 


772 


772 


250 


250 



TOTAL FINANCING _ $227,271 $104,243 $136,555 $ 51,701 $ 53,317 $ 53,464 



ELECTIVE OFnaALS 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



STATE APPROPRIATIONS 

General Fund 

Governor's Office 



$48,875 
. 49,322 

$ (447) 



Appropriation 1 959-60 $42,900 

Expenditures 38,066 



Balance 



.$ 4,834 



Appropriation 1958-59 $48,875 

Expenditures 53,023 



Appropriation 1960-61 $42,900 

Estimated Expenditures 41,246 



Deficiency $ 4,595 * 



Estimated Reversion $ 6,^ 



'Deficiency was appropriated for transportation of prisoners. This function now with Board of Examiners. 



Governor's Mansion 



Appropriation 1957-58 -. 
Expenditxires 



$14,915 
.. 7,364 



Balance $ 7,55 1 

Appropriation 1958-59 $ 9,080 

Expenditures 7,592 



Less Carry Over to 1959-60 
Reversion 



$ 9,039 
.. 3,685 

$ 5,354 



Carry Over ....$ 3,685 

Appropriation 1959-60 10,915 

Expenditures 1 1,798 



Balance $ 2,802 

Appropriation 1960-61 $11,080 

Estimated Expenditures 10,455 



Estimated Reversion . 



$ 3,427 



Governor's Quarters Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 18,135 

Income 1 56,025 

Expenditiires 1 70,585 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 3,575 

Income 1 35, 1 3 1 

Expenditures 43,628 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 95,078 

Expenditures 86,691 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 8,387 



82 

AGENCY— GOVERNOR 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



DivLsion 

Summary 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennitun 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 

Board Members) 




6 


6 


6 




6 




6 




6 








Salaries and Wages 


...$ 35,031 
857 


$ 35,753 
971 


$ 38,879 
1,176 


$ 39,881 
1,835 


$ 40,960 
1,813 


$ 


10 960 


Employee Benefits 


1,878 


TOTAL 


$ 


35,888 


$ 36,724 


$ 40,055 


$ 41,716 


$ 42,773 


$ 


42,838 








OPERATING 

Postage 


$ 


377 

1,259 

1,548 

373 

700 

34 
703 

25 
67 

14,324 


$ 974 

1,409 

1,363 

871 

700 

60 

17 
735 

8 

78 

15,653 

$ 21,868 


$ 200 $ 

2,778 

1,897 

334 

100 

102 
1,512 

41 
44 
Transferred 


677 
1,901 
2,944 

696 

700 

575 
1,382 

88 
to Board 


$ 701 
2,196 
3,049 

776 

700 

652 
1,382 

41 
25 
of Examiners 


$ 


701 


Supplies 




2,278 


Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 




3,049 
776 


Association Dues - 




700 


Subscriptions — 






Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities - 




652 
1,382 


Special Items 

Other Insurance 

Miscellaneous 




41 

25 


Requisitions for Prisoners . 






TOTAL OPERATING - 


$ 


19,410 


$ 7,008 


$ 


8,963 


$ 


9,522 


$ 


9,604 








TRAVEL 

In-State 


$ 


110 
330 


$ 125 
628 


$ 51 
722 


$ 


50 
722 


$ 


50 
722 


$ 


50 


Out-of-Stcrte - 




722 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


...-$ 


440 


$ 753 


$ 773 


$ 


772 


$ 


772 


$ 


772 


EOUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition 




369 
17 


$ 1,328 
520 

22 


$ 45,304 
1,102 


$ 


200 
50 


$ 


200 
50 


$ 




Replacement _ 

Land and Buildings — 

New Addition 


....$ 


200 


Special — 
New Addition — 




50 


Replacement — 












TOTAL EOUIPMENT 


....$ 


386 


$ 1,870 


$ 46,406* 


$ 


250 


$ 


250 


$ 


250 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


... $ 56,124 


$ 61,215 


$ 94,242 


$ 51,701 


$ 53,317 


$ 53,464 



'Expenditures for equipment for furnishing new mansion paid out of Construction Fund. 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



AGENCY— GOVERNOR 

Division 1957 Biennitun 

Actual Actual 

Oiiice 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 

Salaries and Wages $ 30,000 

Employee Benefits 660 

TOTAL $ 30,660 

OPERATING 

Postage -._$ 377 

Supplies 609 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,548 

Printing _ 373 

Association Dues 700 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Requisitions for Prisoners 14,324 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 17,931 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 110 

Out-of-State 330 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 440 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement $ 281 

Special — 

New Addition 10 

Replacement 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT ..- $ 291 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $ 49,322 $ 53,023 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 30,701 
758 

$ 31,459 



$ 32,892 
890 

$ 33,782 



$ 33,881 
1,373 

$ 35,254 



$ 35,260 
1,373 

$ 36,633 



15,653 
$ 20,212 



102 102 102 
Transferred to Board of Examiners 



$ 3,504 



$ 5,220 



$ 5,540 



125 
628 



49 
722 



50 
722 



50 
722 



$ 753 



$ 771 



$ 772 



$ 772 



57 
520 



22 



$ 599 



$ 38,066 



$ 41,246 



$ 42,945 



$ 35,260 
1,425 

$ 36,685 



974 


$ 


200 


$ 677 


$ 701 


$ 701 


601 




931 


740 


851 


851 


1,353 




1,837 


2,305 


2,410 


2,410 


871 




334 


696 


776 


776 


700 




100 


700 


700 


700 


60 













102 



$ 5,540 



50 
722 



$ 772 



$ 42,997 



84 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— GOVERNOR 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Mansion 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
{Including Full-Time 
Board Members) ._^ 2 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages _ $ 5,031 $ 5,052 $ 5,987 $ 6,000 

Employee Benefits 197 213 286 462 

TOTAL $ 5,228 $ 5,265 $ 6,273 $ 6,462 

OPERATING 

Supplies .- $ 650 $ 808 $ 1,847 $ 1,161 

Telephone and Telegraph .„ 10 60 639 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 34 17 473 

Utilities 703 735 1,512 1,382 

Special Items 

Other Insurance 25 8 41 

Miscellaneous 67 78 44 88 

TOTAL OPERATING .,.- $ 1,479 $ 1,656 $ 3,504 $ 3,743 

TRAVEL 

In-State .._ $ 2 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2 

EQUIPMENT and FURNITURE 

New Addition _.. $ 1,271 $45,295 

Replacement ......$ 88 1,102 

Land and Buildings 

New Addition $ 200 

Special — 

New Addition 7 50 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 95 $ 1.271 $ 46.397* $ 250 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .$ 6,802 $ 8,192 $56,176 $10,455 

'Expenditures for equipment for furnishing new mansion paid out of Construction Fund. 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 5,700 
440 

$ 6,140 



1,345 
639 

550 
1.382 

41 
25 



$ 3,982 



200 
50 



$ 250 



$ 5,700 
453 

$ 6,153 



$ 1,427 
639 

550 
1,382 

41 

25 

$ 4,064 



$ 200 

50 

$ 250 



$ 10.372 



$ 10,467 



AGENCY— GOVERNOR 



Program and Performance 



Article VII, Section 5 of the Montana Constitution states: "The supreme executive power of the state shall be 
vested in the Governor, who shall see that the lows ore faithfully executed." 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

SUMMARY OF— RAILROAD COMMISSION 





19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-81 


19S1 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


23 


21 


20 


20 


20 + 2 PT 


20 + 2 PT 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


._$137,636 


$144,413 


$144,687 


$154,025 


$158,028 


$148 575 









DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $99,921 $107,370 $105,776 $107,891 

Operating Expenses 15,968 16,992 19,699 21,293 

Travel 20,206 19,396 18,753 20,000 

Equipment 1,541 655 459 4,841 

TOTAL $137,636 $144,413 $144,687 $154,025 $158,028 $148,575 

FINANCING 

General Fund $137,636 $144,413 $144,687 $154,025 $158,028 $148,575 



$112,907 


$113,639 


24,636 


14,636 


19,800 


19,800 


685 


500 



TOTAL FINANQNG $137,636 $144,413 $144,687 $154,025 $158,028 $148,575 



86 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— RAILROAD COMMISSION 



Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


.. .. 23 


21 


20 


20 


20 + 2 PT 20 + 2 PT 







Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 


$ 95,096 

4,825 


$100,749 
6,621 


$ 99,960 
5,816 


$101,750 
6,141 


$106,010 
6,897 


$106,490 
7,149 








TOTAL ... 


$ 99,921 


$107,370 


$105,776 


$107,891 


$112,907 


$113,639 









OPERATING 

Postage $ 3,262 $ 2,620 $ 2,867 $ 3,200 $ 2,900 $ 2,900 

Supplies 3,449 4,523 1,648 1,800 2,000 2,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,126 2,170 2,655 3,000 2,606 2,606 

Printing 99 1,664 2,000 2,000 2,000 

Association Dues 758 758 753 753 78 78 

Subscriptions 1,558 493 662 662 662 662 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 339 9 123 150 150 150 

Special Items 

Freight and Express _. 36 7 40 40 40 40 



4,523 


1,648 


1,800 


2,000 


2,170 


2,655 


3,000 


2,606 




1,664 


2,000 


2,000 


758 


753 


753 


78 


493 


662 


662 


662 


9 


123 


150 


150 


7 


40 


40 


40 


60 


105 


105 


75 


2 


88 


240 


100 


2,698 


484 


700 


500 


18 


22 


25 


25 


18 


306 


300 




3,616 


1,800 


1,800 


2,000 




6,014 


3,986 


10,000 




468 


2,532 


1,500 



Official Bonds 55 60 105 105 75 75 

Auto Expense 41 2 88 240 100 100 

Court and Legal Expense _.„. 522 2,698 484 700 500 500 

Other Insurance 20 18 22 25 25 25 

Miscellaneous 1,571 

Materials Purchased 2,132 3,616 1,800 1,800 2,000 2,000 

Rate Increase Over $100,000 

and TV Regulation - 

Federal Courts and Comm. ___ 468 2,532 1,500 1,500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 15,968 $ 16,992 $ 19,699 $ 21,293 $ 24,636 $ 14,636 

TRAVEL 

In-State __ _ ^$19,096 $17,370 $16,643 $17,500 $19,300 $19,300 

Out-of-State 1,110 2,026 2,110 2,500 500 500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 20,206 $ 19,396 $ 18,753 $ 20,000 $ 19,800 $ 19,800 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition $ 1,541 $ 640 $ 150 

Replacement 15 $ 459 1,691 $ 685 $ 500 

Motor Vehicles — 

Replacement 3,000 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


...._$ 1,541 


$ 655 


$ 459 


$ 4,841 


$ 685 


$ 500 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 


$137,636 


$144,413 


$144,687 


$154,025 


$158,028 


$148,575 



AGENCY— RAILROAD COMMISSION 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 



STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

$143,195 Appropriation 1959-60 
.. 137,636 Expenditures 



..$ 5,559 



Appropriation 1958-59 $149,404 

Expenditures 1 44,4 1 3 

Reversion $ 1 0,550 



..$153,795 
._ 144,687 



Balance $ 9,108 

Appropriation 1960-61 $ 1 42,695 

Estimated Expenditures 154,025 



Deficiency for Total Appropriation $ 2,222 



Scope of Activity 

The Montana Railroad and Public Service Commission was established and is governed by Sections 72-101 
through 72-168, Sections 70-101 through 70-135, and Sections 8-101 through 8-822 RCM 1947. Its purpose in general 
is the regulation of public utilities, motor carriers, and railroads together with safety inspections of same. 



Program and Performance 

The Commission is attempting to fully regulate the above mentioned utilities with a limited budget. The Com- 
mission feels it is performing with maximum efficiency the duties outlined in the above mentioned titles insofar as 
it is permitted to do so by budget limitations. Attention is called to the fact that through the efforts of the Commis- 
sion 2^2 times as much revenue is produced from the regulated utilities and carriers themselves as is expended on 
the regulation of the utilities and carriers. A brief outline of the work program follows: 

Regulate all railroads in the State of Montana. 

Regulate all Motor Carriers in the State of Montana. 

Regulate all Public Utilities in the State of Montana. 

Regulate all Pipe Lines in the State of Montana. 

Part of the Commission's duties in connection with the above are: 

Hold public hearings, examine proposed and existing rcrtes and tariffs, see that proper service is provided, 
audit all records, perform safety inspections, and check all carriers for proper insurance. 

Space and word limitation do not permit a detailed explanation of the Commission's duties but the Commission 
assures that it is performing its duties as efficiently as the budget limitations permit. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


12 


12 


12 


15 


12 


12 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$ 68,985 


$ 68,054 


$ 65,880 


$ 75,377 


$ 95,597 


$ 73,682 









88 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

SUMMARY OF— SECRETARY OF STATE 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages -... $51,942 $53,193 $55,755 $65,866 

Operating Expenses 15,262 13,892 8,617 7,659 

Travel 669 370 350 

Equipment 1,112 969 1,138 1,502 

TOTAL $ 68,985 $ 68,054 $ 65,880 $ 75,377 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 68,985 $ 68,054 $ 65,880 $ 75,377 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 68,985 $ 68,054 $ 65,880 $ 75,377 



$ 59,021 


$ 60,614 


36,226 


10,377 


350 


350 




2,341 



$ 95,597 



$ 95,597 
$ 95,597 



$ 73,682 



$ 73,682 
$ 73,682 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 



$ 55,573 
.. 68,985 

-$(13,412) 



Appropriation 1958-59 $83,475 

Expenditures 68,054 

Carry-over 922 



Reversion 



$ 1,087 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures . 

Estimated Deficiency 



_$ 922 
_$67,745 
_ 65,880 

$ 2,787 

$65,170 
.. 75,377 

$ 7,420 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



AGENCY— SECRETARY OF STATE 










DiTision 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biensium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Bienniiim 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


12 


12 


12 


15 


12 12 









Salaries and Wages $48,926 $50,343 $52,568 $62,168 $55,560 $56,940 

Employee Benefits 3,016 2,850 3,187 3,698 3,461 3,674 



TOTAL $ 51,942 $ 53,193 $ 55,755 $ 65,866 $ 59,021 $ 60,614 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,487 $ 1,502 $ 1,805 $ 1,100 $ 1,100 $ 1,100 

Supplies ^ _ 4,709 3,274 2,333 1,826 3,439 3,439 

Telephone and Telegraph 635 702 772 750 780 780 

Printing _ _ _ . 6,521 3,698 3,091 3,338 4,437 4,437 

Association Dues 100 100 200 100 100 

Subscriptions 66 45 24 24 46 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 571 190 255 240 290 290 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 8 7 

Official Bonds 90 80 130 

Legal Publications 1,075 4,301 

Corporation Lows 

Election Laws 

NEW — Dissemination of 
legislative proceedings 

NEW — Lobbyist registration __ 



5 


10 


10 


5 


295 

5,000 

5,625 

15,000 


25 


253 


100 


100 


118 


50 


50 



TOTAL OPERATING , ..$ 15,262 $ 13,892 $ 8,617 $ 7,659 $ 36,226 $ 10,377 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 102 $ 100 $ 100 

Out-of-state 567 $ 370 $ 350 250 250 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 669 $ 370 $ 350 $ 350 $ 350 



EQUIPMENT 

)ffice— 
New Ad( 
Replacement 387 455 1,332 



Office- 
New Addition $ 1,112 $ 969 $ 751 $ 1,047 $ 1,009 



TOT AL EQUIPMENT $ 1,112 $ 969 $ 1,138 $ 1,502 $ 2,341 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 68,985 $ 68,054 $ 65,880 $ 75,377 $ 95,597 $ 73,682 



90 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— SECRETARY OF STATE 



Program and Performance 

Article VII, Section I, of the Montana Constitution establishes the office of Secretary of State. 

This office is essentially a single unit, although its duties and services are multiple. It is a service office as 
opposed to a revenue-raising one, but one that is more than self-supporting. It is a constitutional office which must 
see to the proper preservation of essential state documents and executive records. I hove practical recommenda- 
tions along this line which, however, I have omitted from my budget because of their cost. The duties of the Sec- 
retary of State in each instance aie statutory. They must be performed. 

It is the only office in the state housed in its original quarters, which are now inadequate since its workload is 
so greatly increased. Its volume can be accurately measured by fees collected, since that schedule has remained 
unchanged. In 1938 fees totaled $39,000, the collection of which cost the state approximately $51,000. For the year end- 
ing June 30, I960, fees totaled $175,000, and the cost of collections a little over $67,000. Appropriations have not kept 
pace for an adequate operation, more especially when considered with the decreasing dollar value. Decreasing 
ratio of expenses to collections conclusively proves the increasing efficiency of the operation. 

Ten years ago 456 new Montana corporations received their certificates from this office. This year that figure 
will go over 950. It is estimated that during the next biennium 2,400 new domestic and foreign corporations will be 
created by this office. In 1950 there were 2,100 foreign corporate filings. This year that figure will be around 5,300. 
In 1950 there were 2,500 domestic corporate filings. This year that figure will exceed 6,300. An estimated total of 
more than 24,000 corporate filings will be made in the next biennium. These are conservative estimates since the 
overage rate of fee increase for the last sixteen years has been eleven per cent. 

Each year well over 2,000 notary public filings are made, along with trust receipt financings, election matters, 
trade marks and trade names, official bonds, oaths of office, state deeds, mortgages on railroad rolling stock, execu- 
tive documents and miscellaneous filings. All will show proportionate increases during the coming biennium. 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



SUMMARY OF— SUPREME COURT 





1957 Biemuum 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


18 


17 


16 


17 


15 


15 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
Administration 


$130,099 


$139,869 
2,146 


$121,377 
2,295 


$134,307 
2,368 


$115,504 
2,368 


$116 847 


Attorneys' Licensing Board ..— 


966 
-$131,065 


2,368 


TOTAL 


$142,015 


$123,672 


$136,675 


$117,872 


$119,215 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 
Salaries and Wages 


-$121,583 

-. 7,263 

683 

.- 1,536 


$113,655 

26,671 

601 

1,088 


$111,441 

9,216 

938 

2,077 


$119,492 

14,268 

1,050 

1,865 


$104,264 

12,483 

875 

250 


$105 447 


Operating Expenses 

Travel 


12,643 
875 


Equipment 


250 






TOTAL 


_ $131,065 


$142,015 


$123,672 


$136,675 


$117,872 


$119,215 


FINANCING 

General Fund ... 

Other 

Attorneys' Licensing 


$129,334 
1,731 


$139,869 
2,146 


$121,377 
2,295 


$134,307 
2,368 


$115,504 
2,368 


$116,847 
2 368 








TOTAL FINANCING 


.$131,065 


$142,015 


$123,672 


$136,675 


$117,872 


$119215 







STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



.$138,935 
.. 129,334 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion 



,„.$ 9,601 

-$133,820 
.„. 139,869 



$ 3,552 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



$135,630 
.- 121,377 



Balance $ 1 4,253 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$132,630 
- 134,307 



Estimated Reversion $ 12,576 



Attorneys' Licensing Board 

Balance July 1, 1957 --. $5,330.63 

Income 6,6 1 0.00 

Expenditures 1 ,730.54 

Transfer to Law Library Fund 8,327.99 



Balance June 30, 1958 ......$1,882.10 

Income 5,825.00 

Expenditures _ 2, 1 46. 1 4 

Transfer to Law Library Fund 716.52 



Balance June 30, 1959 .....$4,844.44 

Income 6, 170.00 

Expenditures 2,294.96 



Balance June 30, 1960 $8,719.48 



92 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— SUPREME COURT 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 18 17 16 17 15 15 

Salaries and Wages $115,985 $108,067 $105,829 $113,100 $99,060 $100,040 

Employee Benefits 5,598 5,588 5,612 6,392 5,204 5,407 



TOTAL $121,583 $113,655 $111,441 $119,492 $104,264 $105,447 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 559 $ 1,446 $ 584 $ 1,150 

Supplies -- 2,455 3,003 1,757 1,700 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,529 1,428 1,437 1,510 

Printing 2,404 20,393 4,467 8,752 

Subscriptions 126 183 212 181 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 51 158 637 860 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 86 25 92 75 

Official Bonds 53 35 30 40 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 7,263 $26,671 $ 9,216 $14,268 $12,483 $12,643 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 683 $ 601 $ 938 $ 1,050 $ 875 $ 875 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ..$ 1,114 $ 273 $ 806 

Replacement .. 4 577 1,076 $ 1,865 

Special — 

New Addition 418 170 195 $ 250 $ 250 

Replacement 68 



922 
2,000 
1,656 
6,952 

206 


$ 922 

2,100 

1,656 

7,002 

216 


637 


637 


70 
40 


70 
40 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,536 $ 1,088 $ 2,077 $ 1,865 $ 250 $ 250 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $131,065 $142,015 $123,672 $136,675 $117,872 $119,215 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— SUPREME COURT 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 18 17 16 17 15 15 

Salaries and Wages $115,818 $107,332 $104,943 $112,200 $98,160 $99,140 

Employee Benefits -^- 5,598 5,588 5,612 6,392 5,204 5,407 



TOTAL.... $121,416 $112,920 $110,555 $118,592 $103,364 $104,547 

OPERATING 

Postage .- $ 469 $ 976 $ 120 $ 750 

Supplies 2,131 2,456 1,496 1,500 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,529 1,428 1,431 1,500 

Printing 2,025 20,317 4,083 8,500 

Subscriptions 120 177 206 175 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance _... 51 158 637 860 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 86 21 92 75 

Official Bonds 53 35 30 40 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 6,464 $25,568 $ 8,095 $13,400 $11,615 $11,775 

TRAVEL 

Out-of-State $ 683 $ 293 $ 650 $ 450 $ 275 $ 275 



$ 522 


$ 522 


1,800 


1,900 


1,646 


1,646 


6,700 


6,750 


200 


210 


637 


637 


70 


70 


40 


40 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 683 $ 293 $ 650 $ 450 $ 275 $ 275 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,114 $ 273 $ 806 

Replacement 4 577 1,076 $ 1,865 

Special — 

New Addition 418 170 195 $ 250 $ 250 

Replacement 68 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 1,536 


$ 1,088 


$ 2,077 


$ 1,865 


$ 250 


$ 250 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


...$130,099 


$139,869 


$121,377 


$134,307 


$115,504 


$116,847 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



AGENCY— SUPREME COURT 


























Division 

ATTORNEYS" LICENSING BOARD 


1957 Bi 
Actual 
1957-58 


ennium 

Actual 
1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Salaries and Wages - 


- $ 


167 


$ 


735 


s 


886 


$ 


900 


$ 


900 


$ 


900 


TOTAL 


- $ 


167 


$ 


735 


$ 


886 


$ 


900 


$ 


900 


$ 


900 


OPERATING 

Postage - . -. 


$ 


90 
324 

379 
6 


$ 


470 
547 

76 
6 

4 


$ 


464 
261 

6 
384 

6 


S 


400 

200 

10 

252 

6 


$ 


400 

200 

10 

252 

6 


$ 


400 
200 


Telephone and Telegraph . . 




10 






252 


Subscriptions — - 

Special Items 
Freight and Express 




6 








TOTAL OPERATING . -- 


. $ 


799 


$ 


1,103 


$ 


1,121 


$ 


868 


$ 


868 


$ 


868 






TRAVEL 
In-State 






$ 


308 


$ 


288 


$ 


600 


$ 


600 


$ 


600 








TOTAL TRAVEL 






$ 


308 


$ 


288 


$ 


600 


$ 


600 


$ 


600 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 


-$ 


966 


$ 


2,146 


$ 


2,295 


$ 


2,368 


$ 


2,368 


$ 


2,368 



AGENCY— THE SUPREME COURT— CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT 

Program and Performance 

THE SUPREME COURT was established and its powers and duties prescribed by Article VIII, Sec. 2, et seq.. 
Constitution of Montana, which fully set forth its purposes. 

CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT was established by Article VIII, Sec. 9, Constitution of Montana, and his 
duties are prescribed by Sees. 82-502 and 82-504 RCM 1947, which fully set forth the purposes. 



ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 



SUMMARY OF— TREASURER 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


6 


7 


7 


7 


7 


7 








DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


.$ 36,276 


$ 37,619 


$ 37,871 


$ 39,748 


$ 39,401 


$ 40,147 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 31,869 

Operating Expenses 3,791 

Travel 96 

Equipment 520 



$ 34,088 

2,696 

113 

722 


$ 33,258 

3,095 

298 

1,220 


$ 34,340 

3,437 

325 

1,646 


$ 35,436 

3,326 

325 

314 


$ 36,275 

3,547 

325 



TOTAL $ 36,276 



$ 37,619 



$ 37,871 



$ 39,748 



$ 39,401 



$ 40,147 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 36,276 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 36,276 



$ 37,619 
$ 37,619 



$ 37,871 
$ 37,871 



$ 39,748 
$ 39,748 



$ 39,401 
$ 39,401 



$ 40,147 
$ 40,147 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $37,221 

Expenditures 36,276 

Balance $ 945 

Appropriation 1958-59 $37,738 

Expenditures 37,619 

Carry-over $ 234 

Reversion $ 830 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Deficiency --_ 



._$ 234 

$39,891 

.. 37,871 

$ 2,254 
..$37,162 
.. 39,748 

^$ 332 



96 ELECTIVE OFFICIALS 

AGENCY— TREASURER 

Division 1957 Bienniiun 

Actual Actual 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) — 6 

Salaries and Wages ..$ 30,222 

Employee Benefits 1,647 

TOTAL $ 31,869 

OPERATING 

Postage .....$ 152 

Supplies 1,455 

Telephone and Telegraph 1 1 1 

Subscriptions 20 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 829 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 1,224 

Other Insurance 

TOTAL OPERATING -. $ 3,791 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 96 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 520 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 36,276 $ 37,619 $ 37,871 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



32,350 
1,738 



$ 34,088 



$ 31,400 
1,858 

$ 33,258 



$ 32,320 
2,020 

$ 34,340 



$ 33,260 
2,176 

$ 35,436 



$ 2,696 



$ 3,095 



$ 3,437 



$ 3,326 



$ 113 



$ 298 
$ 298 



325 $ 325 
325 $ 325 



$ 722 



$ 1,220 



$ 1,646 



$ 314 



$ 39,748 



$ 39,401 



33,980 
2,295 

36,275 



$ 128 

671 

116 

24 


$ 


210 

899 

108 

24 


$ 200 

1,142 

150 

24 


$ 163 

1,008 

126 

24 


$ 163 

1,008 

126 

24 


412 




749 


796 


885 


885 


1,124 
221 




1,105 


1,125 


1,120 


1,120 
221 



3,547 



$ 325 
$ 325 



$ 


401 
119 


$ 


722 


$ 


660 
560 


$ 


314 











$ 40,147 



AGENCY— STATE TREASURER 



Program and Performance 

Act VII, Paragraph 1 establishes the office of State Treasurer. 

The State Treasurer's office receives and deposits funds for all state departments; 

Maintains cash balances on all funds; 

Registers all bonds issued by state departments and pays for bonds and interest coupons when due; 

Pays for and cancels all warrants when presented for payment; 

Maintains records of investments; Stores and processes bonds and coupons for pcryment when due; 

Carries out all duties prescribed by the Constitution and Laws of the State. 




GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1359-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 4 16 10 12 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Commission 

Aviation Ed. Grant 

TOTAL. $175,729 $173,303 $244,061 $627,000 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $37,745 $52,619 $42,955 $54,500 

Operating Expenses 20,755 39,465 39,751 72,550 

Travel 13,737 18,914 9,122 12,300 

Equipment -. 103,492 62,305 152,233 487,650 

Aviation Ed. Grant 

TOTAL ....„ $175,729 $173,303 $244,061 $627,000 

FINANCING 

Aviation Fund $175,729 $173,303 $244,061 $627,000 

TOTAL FINANCING $175,729 $173,303 $244,061 $627,000 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



9 + 2 PT 9 + 2 PT 



$138,391 
16,500 

$154,891 



$145,224 
16,310 

$161,724 



$ 54,981 


$ 57,977 


36,395 


37,715 


8,000 


8,000 


39,015 


41,532 


16,500 


16,500 



$154,891 



$161,724 



$154,891 
$154,891 



$161,724 
$161,724 



Aeronautics Commission 

Balance July 1, 1957 $198,602.77 

Income 1 52,666.63 

Expenditures - 1 75,727.8 1 

Balance June 30, 1958 $175,541.59 

Income 199,084.16 

Expenditures 1 73,30 1 . 1 2 

Balance June 30, 1959 ..$201,324.63 

Income -- .- 296,96 1 .57 

Expenditures 232,332.03 

Transfer -- 16,500.00 

Balance June 30, I960 ..$249,454.17 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 










Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) ..., 


4 


16 


10 


12 


9 + 2PT 9 + 2 PT 



Scdaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 

TOTAL -.__ 



$ 35,082 
.. 2,663 

„$ 37,745 



$ 49,084 
3,535 

$ 52,619 



$ 39,589 
3,366 

$ 42,955 



$ 49,000 
5,500 

$ 54,500 



$ 49,824 
5,157 

$ 54,981 



$ 51,901 
6,076 

$ 57,977 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities 

Special Items 

Other Insurance 

Freight and Express 

Films -. 

Aerial Photos, Master 

Indexes, Etc. 

Official Bonds 

Auto Expense and Aircraft 
Court and Legal Expense .. 
Miscellaneous 



1,115 
5,166 
2,260 
3,470 
325 
664 

2,026 



405 
147 
407 

121 

2 

1,362 

321 
2,964 



$ 1,138 


$ 984 


$ 1,600 


S 1,079 


$ 1,079 


10,661 


1,867 


2,350 


2,600 


2,750 


3,686 


2,728 


3,800 


3,254 


3,254 


2,102 


6,030 


7,800 


3,867 


3,867 


418 


353 


405 


405 


468 


1,498 


341 


350 


351 


408 


2,922 


693 


2,120 


600 


600 




1,050 


1,360 


1,400 


1,450 


326 


660 


2,500 


660 


660 


605 


130 


450 


294 


294 


1,723 


597 


1,500 


909 


909 


337 


422 


400 


400 


400 


15 




15 






991 


4,474 


17,500 


2,276 


2,276 




798 


900 


800 


800 


13,043 


18,624 


29,500 


17,500 


18,500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 20,755 



$ 39,465 



$ 39,751 



$ 72,550 



$ 36,395 



$ 37,715 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



$ 11,848 
.. 1,889 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 13,737 



$ 17,225 
1,689 

$ 18,914 



$ 6,265 
2,857 

$ 9,122 



$ 9,100 
3,200 

$ 12,300 



$ 6,500 
1,500 

$ 8,000 



$ 6,500 
1,500 

$ 8,000 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition — 
Replacement .., 

Motor Vehicles — 
New Addition -. 
Replacement — 

Special — 

New Addition - 
Replacement ... 



$101,051 
. 2,441 



$ 10,346 



520 




$ 1,500 


$ 800 






$ 3,373 


32,500 




$ 2,000 


44,957 
6,482 


123,781 
25,079 


384,650 
69,000 


38,215 


39,032 
500 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


....$103,492 


$ 62,305 


$152,233 


$487,650 


$ 39,015 


$ 41,532 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES . . 


.._$175,729 


$173,303 


$244,061 


$627,000 


$138,391 


$145,224 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— AERONAUTICS COMMISSION 



Program and Performance 

The Montana Aeronautics Commission was established by the Laws of Montana 1945, Chapter 152. Reference 
is made to the Revised Codes of Montana for 1947, Volume 1, Chapter 2, Section 1-204, "General Powers and 
Duties." 

The Montana Aeronautics Commission is administered by a Board of seven commission members appointed 
by the Governor and selected from the aviation industry. The operations of the Commission are financed from a Ic 
tax on aviation fuel with no appropriation from the General Fund. 

The responsibilities, as outlined in the law creating the Commission, include the supervision of aeronautics 
within the State of Montana. The Commission is instructed to direct, encourage and foster the development of avia- 
tion in Montana and promote the development of airports within the State. 

The Commission is instructed to cooperate with Federal Agencies in the promotion of aeronautics and in airport 
development. It is empowered to hold joint hearings with Federal Agencies, to work with Federal Agencies in air- 
port development and the establishment of airways and airline service to Montana communities. 

The Commission aids communities in the planning and financing of airport projects and has been responsible 
for the planning, building, and administration of emergency airports in isolated areas. 

The Commission, in cooperation with the State Department of Public Instruction, has developed and finances, 
an aviation education program in which aviation material is made available to both elementary and secondary 
schools. This program is complimented by workshops for teachers which are sponsored and held at the various 
units of the University of Montana. 

The Commission directs organized search and rescue operations for lost aircraft in the State of Montana and 
works closely with the military organizations on incidents involving the use of aircraft in disaster operations. The 
office of the Commission directed the operation of both civil and military aircraft in the search and rescue operation 
on the Yellowstone Park earthquake incident. 

The Commission has been responsible for the development of civil defense planning and training as pertaining 
to the use of aircraft. 

All Commission operations are housed in an office building and hangar located on the Helena Municipal 
Airport. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



SUMMARY OF— ADJUSTED COMPENSATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



26 



17 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 



TOTAL $ 6,004 



$113,730 



$ 62,312 



$ 32,871 



Payment date for Ko- 
rean Bonus expires July 
1, 1961. 

Recommend appropria- 
tion from Adjusted Com- 
pensation Fund not to 
exceed $10,000 each 
year be made available 
to Board of Examiners 
to close operation. 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages -. - 

Operating Expenses 

Travel 

Equipment 



5,739 
265 



TOTAL ._. $ 6,004 



$ 90,293 

16,593 

3,901 

2,943 

$113,730 



$ 58,586 

2,364 

669 

693 

$ 62,312 



32,351 
520 



$ 32,871 



FINANCING 

Adjusted Compensation 
Fund 118-1 



$ 6,004 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 6,004 



$113,730 
$113,730 



$ 62,312 
$ 62,312 



$ 32,871 
$ 32,871 



Adjusted Compensation Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 -$ 41,607.19 

Income 750.00 

Transfer Out - 46.63 

Expenditures - 6,004.25 



Balance June 30, 1958 „. $ 36,306.31 

Transfer In -- 201,500.00 

Transfer Out .„._ ...^- 45.95 

Expenditures 1 13,731.47 



Balance June 30, 1959 $124,028.89 

Expenditures 62,312.92 



Balance June 30, 1960 ____ --- $ 61,715.97 

War Veterans Compensation Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,777.24 

Income 4,875.00 

Bond Redemption Income ..-_ 50,000.00 

Expenditures 59,525.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 4,127.24 

Bond Sales Income 9,013,225.55 

Investment and Transfer -- 3,850,000.00 

Expenditures ...„. 3,712,737.50 



Balance June 30, 1959 _ $1,454,615.29 

Bond Redemption Income -.-. 1,200,000.00 

Income - - 1 0,625.00 

Investments _ 1 ,000,000.00 

Expenditures — 1,539,522.50 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 125,717.79 



World War II Veterans Honorarium 
Bond Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 __$ (142,123.01) 

Income _ 1 ,532,959.50 

Expenditures _ .._ 1,217,141.16 



Balance June 30, 1958 
Income 



) 173,695.33 
1,592,681.27 



Expenditures _- 1 ,302,985.47 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 463,391.13 

Income . ._._ „ .„. 1,625,822.31 

Bonds Redeemed „.. 914,000.00 

Expenditures (Interest) 400,083.06 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 775,130.38 

Korean Veterans Honorarium 
Bond Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 201,185.55 

Income 762,253.15 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 963,438.70 

Income ..._ 834,537.85 

Expenditures 1 ,093,03 1 .80 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 704,944.75 

Income .-- 772,368.57 

Bonds Redeemed 240,000.00 

Expenditures (Interest) 181,815.70 

Balance June 30, 1960 $1,055,497.62 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— ADJUSTED COMPENSATION 



Summary 



1957 Biennitun 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 5,100 

Employee Benefits 639 

TOTAL $ 5,739 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 99 

Supplies 93 

Telephone and Telegraph 39 

Printing 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 34 

Special Items 

Freight, Express 

Miscellaneous 



26 



17 



S 85,423 $ 55,450 $ 30,080 Payment date for Ko- 

4,870 3,136 2,271 rean Bonus expires July 

1, 1961. 

$90,293 $58,586 $32,351 Recommend appropria- 



$ 3,057 

4,904 

130 

2,470 

333 


S 604 
661 
242 


90 


130 


96 
5,513 


8 
719 



150 

150 

90 



130 



tion from Adjusted 

Compensation Fund 
not to exceed $10,000 
each year be made 
available to Board of 
Examiners to close op- 
eration. 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


265 


$ 16,593 


$ 2,364 


$ 520 








TOTAL TRAVEL 






$ 3,901 


$ 669 











EQUIPMENT 

Office 
New Addition $ 2,943 $ 693 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 2,943 $ 693 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ...... $ 6,004 $113,730 $62,312 



$ 32,871 



AGENCY— ADJUSTED COMPENSATION 



Program and Performance 



Initiative No. 54, Veterans Honorarium for veterans of World War II v/as approved by the voters in 1950. This 
Act was amended by the 1957 Legislative Session to provide a similar honorarium for veterans of the Korean War. 
The expiration date for filing of claims for compensation for Korean War service expires on July 1, 1961. The dead- 
line for filing of claims for compensation for World War II service expired December 31, 1959. 

The honorarium payments are financed by bond issues. A bond issue of $22,000,000 was sold to pay compen- 
sation to veterans of World War II and a $6,000,000 issue was sold to pay compensation to Korean War veterans. 
The bonds of both issues are retired by a three cent package tax on the sale of cigarettes in Montana. 



102 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL 

1957 Bienniiun 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimale Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 5 5 4 4 4 4 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $29,395 $30,471 $30,035 $29,077 $31,012 $30,950 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages ----- -.-..$ 21,355 $21,573 $23,065 $21,058 $22,852 $22,905 

Operating Expenses _ 3,599 3,863 2,451 3,275 3,215 3,150 

Travel 4,254 4,212 4,519 4,100 4,820 4,820 

Equipment 187 823 644 125 75 

TOTAL..... $29,395 $30,471 $30,035 $29,077 $31,012 $30,950 

FINANCING 

General Fund $29,395 $30,471 $30,035 $29,077 $31,012 $30,950 

TOTAL FINANCING .....$29,395 $30,471 $30,035 $29,077 $31,012 $30,950 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 $30,000 Carry-over $ 5 

Expenditures 29,395 Appropriation 1959-60 $30,220 

■ Expenditures 30,035 

Balance $ 605 . 



Appropriation 1958-59 $30,000 

Expenditures ...-. -.. 30,471 Appropriation 1960-61 -$30,220 



Balance $ 190 

Dpropriation 1960-61 $30,220 

■ Estimated Expenditures 29,077 

Reversion $ 134 

Less Carry-over 5 Estimated Reversion $ 1,333 

$ 129 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 5 5 4 4 

Salaries cfnd Wages $20,065 $20,257 $21,547 $19,632 

Employee Benefits 1,290 1,316 1,518 1,426 

TOTAL .....$21,355 $21,573 $23,065 $21.058 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 426 $ 243 $ 250 

Supplies $ 1,408 1,558 375 400 

Telephone and Telegraph 582 533 398 550 

Printing 169 150 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 1,504 1,327 1,260 1,915 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 105 19 6 10 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 3,599 $ 3,863 $ 2,451 $ 3,275 

TRAVEL 

In-State ....$ 4,254 $ 4,212 $ 4,519 $ 4,100 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,254 $ 4,212 $ 4,519 $ 4,100 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 187 $ 231 

Replacement 270 $ 644 

Special — 

New Addition 322 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 187 $ 823 $ 644 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ......$ 29,395 $ 30,471 . $ 30,035 $ 29,077 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 21,360 
1,492 

$ 22,852 



$ 21,400 
1,505 

$ 22,905 



300 
375 
490 
125 

1,915 

10 



$ 3,215 



300 
350 
475 
100 

1,915 

10 



$ 3,150 



$ 4,820 
$ 4,820 



$ 4,820 
$ 4,820 



50 
75 



$ 125 



25 
50 



75 



$ 31,012 



$ 30,950 



104 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— APPRENTICESfflP COUNCIL 



Program and Performance 

Title 41, Chapter 12, Revised Codes of Montana establishes the State Apprenticeship Council. 

The Council consists of eight members, three representing employers, three representing employees and two 
ex-officio members. The voting members are appointed to three year terms by the Governor. Ex-officio members, v/ho 
have a voice on the Council, but no vote, are the Director of the Montana State Employment Service and the Super- 
visor of the Trade and Industrial Education Division, Department of Public Instruction. 

In its day-to-day operations, the Council believes that a well-planned, properly supervised apprenticeship pro- 
gram will: 

1. Provide the most efficient way to train all-around craftsmen to meet present and future needs. 

2. Assure an adequate supply of skilled workers to fill employment opportunities. 

3. Assure the community of competent craftsmen, skilled in all branches of their trades. 

4. Assure the consuming public of products and services of the quality that only trained hands and minds can 
produce. 

5. Increase the individual worker's productivity. 

6. Give the individual worker a greater sense of security. 

7. Improve employer-employee relations. 

8. Produce a source of future supervision. 

9. Provide the versatility necessary to meet changing conditions. 
10. Attract capable young men to industry. 

For the young worker entering employment, apprentice training offers the opportunity for the apprentice to de- 
velop his highest skills, creating a greater demand for his services and assuring him greater economic security and 
a high standard of living. It offers him the acquisition of training and education with pay, through on-the-job instruc- 
tion and related education. It offers the opportunity of advancement and the assurance of a wage while in training, 
with regular increases and finally recognition as a skilled craftsman in his chosen trade. 

Qualified journeymen can be provided only by on-the-job training, through an organized program, sponsored 
and supported by both Labor and Management. The Montana State Apprenticeship Law provided the means 
whereby industry and government can best serve the youth of our state, our nation, and the health of our economy 
through adequate training of skilled craftsmen. 

The Council continues to be the State Approval Agency for the training of veterans under Public Low 550 
(Korean Bill) at apprenticeable occupations. Before an eligible veteran can receive his training allowance from the 
Veterans Administration, in connection with serving his apprenticeship, the job in which he is to receive his training 
must be approved by the Council and a bona-fide apprenticeship program must be registered with the Council. 
For performing approval duties, the Council negotiates fiscal year reimbursement contracts with the V. A. The 
income from the V. A. goes through the Apprenticeship Council direct to the General Fund of the State of Montana. 
Therefore, such is not income to the Council, but rather to the State of Montana. There are other Federal Laws con- 
cerning the employment of apprentices on projects financed in whole or part by the Federal Government, which 
require that there must be a registered apprenticeship program for the trades involved and the apprentice so regis- 
tered to comply with the provisions of the Federal Laws, pertaining to apprentices employed on Federal Projects. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— COUNTY ATTORNEYS 














1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


56 


56 


56 


56 


56 56 







Salaries and Wages $85,173 $99,580 $114,655 $114,800 $116,566 $116,566 

Employee Benefits ---^- 2,757 3,446 4,416 5,750 7,811 8,102 

TOTAL „$ 87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 $124,377 $124,668 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .-...$ 87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 $124,377 $124,668 



AGENCY— COUNTY ATTORNEYS 



Program and Performance 

Article VIII, Paragraph 19 provides one-half of the salary shall be paid by the State. Chapter 66, Laws of 1959 
provides the salary schedule. 

The recommendation for appropriation for this operation is based on the preliminary 1960 Montana census and 
the 1960 taxable value of each county, as provided by Chapter 66. It reflects the increase which will be available to 
county attorneys who will be elected to take office on January 1, 1961. The increase in social security which will be 
effective for the last six months of the 1961 Biennium is also included in this recommendation. 



106 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— COUNTY ATTORNEYS 

1957 Bienniom 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estiasate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 56 56 56 56 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages ---- ..$87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 

TOTAL $ 87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 

FINANCING 

General Fund $87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 

TOTAL FINANCING $87,930 $103,026 $119,071 $120,550 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



56 



$124,377 



$124,377 
$124,377 



56 



$124,668 



$124,668 
$124,668 



$124,377 
$124,377 



$124,668 
$124,668 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $ 87,350 

Expenditures 87,930 

Balance $ (580) 

Appropriation 1958-59 $ 87,350 

Expenditures 103,026 

Deficiency Appropriated $ 16,256 



Appropriation 1959-60 ... 


$120,550 


E-xpendihires 


119,071 






Balance 


$ 1,479 


Appropriation 1960-61 


.. $120,550 


Estimated Expenditures 


120,550 


Estimated Reversion 


$ 1,479 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



SUMMARY OF— DmECTOR OF THE BUDGET 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 




3 


4 


4 


4 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 




$ 24,325 


$ 39,488 


$ 29,369 


$ 41,930 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages 

Operating Expenses 




$ 20,493 
1,057 
1,101 
1,674 


$ 24,122 

12,546 

2,620 

200 


$ 25,818 

591 

2,620 

340 


$ 26,620 
12 690 


Travel 

Equipment 


2,620 


TOTAL 




$ 24,325 


$ 39,488 


$ 29,369 


$ 41,930 


FINANCING 

General Fund — .. 




$ 24,325 


$ 39,488 


$ 29,369 


$ 41,930 


TOTAL FINANCING 




$ 24,325 


$ 39,488 


$ 29,369 


$ 41,930 







STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

Appropriation 1959-60 ._ $32,000 

Expenditures 24,325 

Balance _ _______ $ 7,675 

Appropriation 1960-61 ____ $53,500 

Estimated Expenditures 39,488 

Estimated Reversion $21,687 



108 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-83 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 3 4 4 4 

Salaries and Wages $ 19,800 $ 22,800 $ 24,580 $ 25,300 

Employee Benefits 693 1,322 1,238 1,320 

TOTAL $20,493 $24,122 $25,818 $26,620 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 52 $ 72 $ 50 $ 75 

Supplies 805 250 253 392 

Telephone and Telegraph 75 80 75 80 

Printing 113 12,000* 130 12,000* 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 130 65 125 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous 12 14 18 18 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,057 $ 12,546 $ 591 $ 12.690 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,101 $ 2,620 $ 2,620 $ 2,620 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,101 $ 2,620 $ 2,620 $ 2,620 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,674 $ 200 $ 340 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,674 $ 200 $ 340 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 24,325 $ 39,488 $ 29,369 $ 41,930 

* Biennial printing of the Budget requires the larger amount as compared to the years in which this printing is not 
done. 



AGENCY— DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET 



Program and Perfonnance 



Chapter 158, Session Laws of 1959 provides for the office of the Director of the Budget. This Department was 
created to devote full time to the immense problem of examining the needs of the various units of government, in- 
cluding the university system and custodial units, so that the services ordered by the Legislature might be provided 
for within a reasonable frame-work of dollar revenue within our economy. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
SUMMARY OF— CONTROLLER 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


19S1 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions . . 


28 


27 


28 


31 


26 


26 








DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


_ $147,426 


$161,906 


$146,105 


$179,918 


$156,207 


$159,563 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $107,142 

Operating Expenses _.. ...- 33,068 

Travel 5,153 

Equipment 2,063 



$111,068 


$111,308 


$130,275 


$122,004 


$124,811 


41,955 


27,508 


37,784 


25,798 


26,862 


7,131 


5,840 


10,505 


8,005 


7,890 


1,752 


1,449 


1,354 


400 





TOTAL $147,426 $161,906 $146,105 $179,918 $156,207 $159,563 

FINANCING 

General Fund $111,567 $125,920 $109,248 $137,542 $108,707 $112,063 

Highway Fund 20,941 21,054 22,483 22,517 25,000 25,000 

Millage Fund 8,969 9,021 10,000 10,000 12,500 12,500 

Other 

Fish and Game Fund 5,949 5,911 4,374 9,859 10,000 10,000 



TOTAL FINANCING $147,426 $161,906 $146,105 $179,918 $156,207 $159,563 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $143,555 

Expenditures 1 1 1,567 



Balance $ 31,988 

Appropriation 1958-59 $144,375 

Expenditures 1 25,920 



Carry-over - - - - $ 1,918 

Reversion — $ 48,525 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 -.— 
Expenditures 

Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



.$ 1,918 
$138,095 
.- 109,248 

$ 30,765 

$133,810 
. 137,542 



Estimated Reversion $ 27,033 



Highway Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $21,000 

Expenditures - 20,94 1 



Balance — $ 59 

Appropriation 1958-59 ..„.._ --- $21,000 

Expenditures 21 ,054 



Reversion 



Appropriation 1959-60 $22,500 

Expenditures 22,483 



Balance 



$ 17 



Appropriation 1960-61 $22,500 

Estimated Expenditures 22,517 



Estimated Reversion ._ 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 - -- $ 9,000 

Expenditures 8,969 



Balance $ 31 

Appropriation 1958-59 $ 9,000 

Expenditures — - — 9,02 1 



Reversion $ 10 



Appropriation 1959-60 --. $10,000 

Expenditures - 1 0,000 



Balance - — none 

Appropriation 1960-61 --.-- $10,000 

Estimated Expenditures 10,000 



Estimated Reversion 



Fish and Game Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 _. $6,015 

Expenditures 5,949 



Balance — - $ 66 

Appropriation 1 958-59 $6,000 

Expenditures 5,91 1 

Other Deduction 1 5 

Carry-over - 1 1 1 



Reversion .— $ 29 



Carry-over - $ 1 1 1 

Appropriation 1959-60 $7,500 

Expenditures - — 4,374 

Other Deduction 97 



Balance - - $3,140 

Appropriation 1960-61 .- ..$7,500 

Estimated Expenditures 9,859 



Estimated Reversion $ 781 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— CONTROLLER 



Division 

SUMMARY 


1SS7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuII-Time 

Board Members) 


28 


27 


28 


31 




26 


26 








Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 


.-.$107,142 
.... 6,564 


$111,068 
5,959 


$111,308 
6,638 


$130,275 
8,202 


$114,280 
7,724 


$116,680 
8,131 








TOTAL 


....$113,706 


$117,027 


$117,946 


$138,477 


$122,004 


$124,811 


OPERATING 
Postage _ — . . 




$ 5,621 

8,732 

894 

4,862 

50 

110 

14,641 

11 
592 
483 


$ 171 

2,899 

977 

1,860 

50 

157 

14,409 

16 

331 


$ 4,000 

6,000 

1,200 

2,800 

50 

140 

14,707 

20 
265 
400 


$ 


2,000 
6,000 
1,015 
1,300 
50 
67 

14,696 

20 
250 
400 


$ 3,000 


Supplies 


$ 10,624 


6,000 


Telephone and Telegraph 


839 


1,015 


Printing 




1,300 


Association Dues - - 


50 


50 


SiihRrriptinns 


66 


81 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance .. . 


.... 14,419 


14,746 


Special Items 

Freight and Express _. 

Official Bonds 


24 
145 


20 
250 


Legal Advertising 


337 


400 








TOTAL OPERATING 


...$ 26,504 


$ 35,996 


$ 20,870 


$ 29,582 


$ 25,798 


$ 26,862 








TRAVEL 

In-State 


...._$ 4,954 


$ 5,400 
1,731 


$ 5,054 
786 


$ 9,660 
845 


$ 


7,630 
375 


$ 7,630 


Out-of-Stcrte 


199 


260 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


...$. 5,153 


$ 7,131 


$ 5,840 


$ 10,505 


$ 


8,005 


$ 7,890 


EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 


_..$ 979 
..... 1,023 


$ 1,300 
443 

9 


$ 274 

1,130 

45 


$ 400 
654 

300 


$ 
$ 


400 




Special — 

New Addition 


61 










TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


_.$ 2,063 


$ 1,752 


$ 1,449 


$ 1,354 


400 




TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


... $147,426 


$161,906 


$146,105 


$179,918 


$156,207 


$159,563 



112 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— CONTROLLER 



Program and Performance 

Title 82, R. C. M., 1947, created the office of the State Controller and ex-officio State Purchasing Agent, and 
combined the offices of the State Accountant & Budget Office and the State Purchasing Agent. The office of the State 
Controller presently functions under the provisions of Title 82 and Title 53, both as amended, and by directive of 
the Board of Examiners. The duties are, briefly, as follows: 

To establish a system of financial control to improve the functioning and service, and reduce the cost, of state 
government, and prescribe general methods of accounting; to receive and process requisitions, issue calls for bids, 
and write purchase orders for all state purchases; to encumber purchase orders against applicable funds and/or ap- 
propriations, if sufficient monies are available, or reject same if funds are not available; to audit claims covered by 
purchase orders, and process all claims and certify availability of funds before warrants are written; to examine 
books and records of custodial institutions and University units at least once every three (3) months; to maintain 
records of income and expenditures, and furnish statistics and information to the Director of the Budget; to authorize 
and control the sale, or other disposition, of state property, and collect the money for the same; to require property 
returns from state departments, and maintain complete inventory of all personal property belonging to the State; to 
receive and distribute surplus commodities to eligible state institutions, counties, Indian tribes, etc., and examine 
books and records thereof; and, to make full written biennial report to the Governor, and furnish information and 
data to, and assist, the Legislative Assembly. 

Process approximately 50,000 requisitions and issue calls for bids where necessary; write approximately 120,000 
purchase orders, encumber the same against proper funds and/or appropriations, and audit approximately 170,000 
claims covered by purchase orders; process approximately 425,000 claims, and certify availability of funds; process 
approximately 10,000 Treasurer's receipts, distribute income to proper accounts and maintain a record of the some; 
distribute approximately 10,000,000 pounds of surplus commodities to fifty-eight (58) regular recipient agencies and 
approximately one hundred twenty (120) summer camps; travel approximately 130,000 miles within the State, and be 
away from headquarters for approximately 1,460 days, while examining the books and records of all custodial insti- 
tutions. University imits and surplus commodity recipient agencies; attend meetings, seminars and conventions to 
obtain knowledge of the most up-to-date methods, procedures and regulations which will be helpful to the conduct 
of the department; and, maintain records and gather data for the preparation of statistics and information which 
may be requested by the Director of the Budget and the Legislative Assembly. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
SUMMARY OF— CAPITOL CUSTODIAN 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actuol Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 75 72 72 76 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Expenditure Credits $ (54) $ (288) 

TOTAL $283,892 $300,790 $291,252 $305,190 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $221,979 $227,068 $232,634 $230,000 

Operating Expenses 59,205 73,136 57,756 72,960 

Equipment 2,762 874 862 2,230 

Expenditure Credits (54) (288) 

TOTAL $283,892 $300,790 $291,252 $305,190 

FINANCING 

General Fund $283,892 $300,790 $268,617 $280,190 

Highway Fund 22,635 25,000 

TOTAL FINANCING $283,892 $300,790 $291,252 $305,190 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



66 



66 



$298,361 



$297,810 



$231,916 

64,360 

2,085 



$298,361 



$232,450 

64,360 

1,000 



$297,810 



$273,361 
25,000 

$298,361 



$272,810 
25,000 

$297,810 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $287,061 

Expenditures 283,892 



Balance $ 3,169 

Appropriation 1958-59 .„,.$298,221 

Expenditures 30 1 ,078 



Reversion 

Less Carry-over . 



$ 312 



$ 264 



Carry-over $ 48 

Appropriation 1959-60 „ 281,917 

Expenditures .__ 268,617 



Balance $ 13,348 

Appropriation 1 960-6 1 _. $281,917 

Estimated Expenditures 280,190 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 15,075 



Highway Fund 

Appropriation 1959-60 „„._ $25,000 

Expenditures 22,635 

Balance $ 2,365 

Appropriation 1960-61 „ $25,000 

Estimated Expenditures 25,000 

Estimated Reversion $ 2,365 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— CAPITOL CUSTODIAN 












Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


75 


11 


72 


76 


66 66 







Salaries and Wages ..$207,015 $213,381 $215,782 $211,900 $215,406 $215,406 

Employee Benefits 14,964 13,687 16,852 18,100 16,510 17,044 

TOTAL ..„.. $221,979 $227,068 $232,634 $230,000 $231,916 $232,450 

OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies -. ....$ 23,487 

Telephone and Telegraph 217 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 2,432 

Utilities .._.._ 32,498 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 510 

Official Bonds 61 

Other Insurance 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL OPERATING ...$59,205 $73,136 $57,756 $72,960 $64,360 $64,360 



$ 30 


$ 30 


$ 30 


$ 30 


$ 30 


22,185 


13,860 


11,570 


19,844 


19,844 


245 


235 


250 


250 


250 


1,471 


976 


9,000 


1,626 


1,626 


48,106 


41,599 


52,000 


42,500 


42,500 


460 


365 


10 


10 


10 


32 


31 


50 


50 


50 


607 


48 

612 


50 


50 


50 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 2,762 $ 874 $ 862 $ 300 $ 535 

Replacement 1,930 1,550 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 2,762 $ 874 $ 862 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... $283,946 $301,078 $291,252 $305,190 $298,361 



$ 2,230 



$ 2,085 



$ 1,000 
$ 1,000 



$297,810 



AGENCY— CAPITOL CUSTODIAN 

Program and Performance 

The purpose of the Custodian Department is to maintain the following buildings and grounds: 

Capitol Building 
Board of Health Building 
Mitchell Building 
Livestock Building 
Laboratory Building 
Annex Building 
Memorial Building 
Heating Plant Building 

The Highway Building is not under this department. 

This maintenance consists of repairs to machinery and equipment, keeping the buildings clean and care of the 
grounds, cutting the grass, irrigating and cultivating the flower beds. 

It is the duty of the Custodian and Assistant Custodian to supervise the work of the engineers, janitors and yard 
men, to keep records of expense of time, supplies and repairs. 

It is the duty of the engineers to care for the heating plant, make all minor repairs on plumbing, electrical 
equipment, windows, doors and other miscellaneous equipment. The replacement of glass is not included. 

It is the duty of the janitors to clean the offices, corridors and rest rooms. 

Watchmen are on duty during the hours the offices are closed and the janitors are not on duty. 

It is the duty of the yard men to care for the grounds in summer and shovel snow in winter. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



SUMMARY OF— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actuczl 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



Number of Positions 



107 



103 



110 



110 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $101,239 

Corporation License Tax 26,219 

Gas Tax and Refund 127,418 

Licensing ._. 1 1 , 1 59 

Income Tax __ 240,442 

Expenditure Credit 



TOTAL $506,477 



$544,017 



$546,938 



$647,617 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



95 



$531,573 



95 



$119,658 


$111,759 


$124,850 


$118,576 


$122,777 


27,309 


24,353 


31,726 


25,258 


25,082 


132,134 


107,711 


130,634 


101,608 


100,279 


11,393 


12.956 


15,039 


13,039 


13,063 


253,695 


290,159 


345,368 


273,092 


273,588 


(172) 











$534,789 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages .-.- „_ $407,530 

Operating Expenses 66,708 

Travel 20,636 

Equipment 11,603 

Expenditure Credits 



$412,756 


$459,696 


$516,452 


$437,138 


$438,059 


93,275 


62,294 


96,911 


74,574 


77,089 


18,468 


16,801 


20,750 


18,041 


18,041 


19,690 


8,147 


13,504 


1,820 


1,600 


(172) 











TOTAL $506,477 



$544,017 



$546,938 



$647,617 



$531,573 



$534,789 



FINANCING 

General Fund $288,814 

Equalization Fund 90,132 

Highway Fund 127,418 

Income Tax Withholding 113 



TOTAL FINANCING $506,477 



$317,925 
93,958 
132,134 


$355,436 

83,791 

107,711 


$422,709 

94,274 

130,634 


$331,510 
98,455 
101,608 


$335,949 
98,561 
100,279 


$544,017 


$546,938 


$647,617 


$531,573 


$534,789 


STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 









Appropriation 1957-58 $419,939 

Expenditures 288,8 1 4 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



$416,017 
- 355,436 



Balance $131,125 

Appropriation 1958-59 $428,434 

Expenditures 317,561 



Balance ..__ 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$ 60,581 
$416,017 
^ 422,709 



Reversion __ $241,998 



Estimated Reversion $ 53,889 



Appropriation 1957-58 

Expenditures 90,132 



Equalization Fund 

$ 92,159 Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



93,557 
83,791 



Balance $ 2,027 

Appropriation 1958-59 $ 92,159 

Expenditures 93,958 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



9,766 
93,557 
94,274 



Reversion $ 228 



Estimated Reversion $ 9,049 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures - 

Balance - - 
Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures -. 



Highway Fund 

$136,698 Appropriation 1959-60 
127,418 Expenditures 



$128,397 
. 107,711 



$ 9,280 
.-$128,448 
... 132,134 



Reversion 



$ 5,594 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .... 



$ 20,686 
. $128,397 
. 130,634 



$ 18,449 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— EQUAUZATION, BOARD OF 



Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


107 


103 


110 


110 


95 


95 








Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits .., 


.-$385,407 
._. 22,123 


$390,689 
22,067 


$433,679 
26,017 


$484,321 
32,131 


$409,973 
27,165 


$409,973 
28,086 


TOTAL 


.. $407,530 


$412,756 


$459,696 


$516,452 


$437,138 


$438,059 


OPERATING 
Postage 


._$ 12,730 
... 5,780 
... 1,825 
._ 22,125 
588 

_ 20,461 


$ 26,000 

11,014 

1,644 

27,556 

980 

20,873 

1,060 

1,259 

127 

804 

1,958 


$ 11,358 

4,347 

1,609 

20,119 

1,385 

19,958 

702 

1,017 

150 

237 

1,412 


$ 27,500 

5,350 

2,325 

34,150 

1,475 

20,286 

1,275 

1,800 

200 

700 

1,850 


$ 19,422 

6,318 

1,772 

22,068 

1,248 

20,999 

854 

1,010 

183 

700 


$ 19,422 


Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 


6,318 

1,772 

24,568 


Siih^^r-riptinns 


1,248 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance - 


20,999 


Special Items 
Freight and Express - 


831 
350 
271 


854 


Auto Expense 

Other Insurance 


1,010 
183 


Official Bonds - — 




715 


Miscellaneous . 


__. 1,747 




TOTAL OPERATING 


...$ 66,708 


$ 93,275 


$ 62,294 


$ 96,911 


$ 74,574 


$ 77,089 


TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 


..$ 19,834 
802 


$ 18,354 
114 


$ 16,177 
624 


$ 19,300 
1,450 


$ 17,591 
450 


$ 17,591 
450 






TOTAL TRAVEL 


.. $ 20,636 


$ 18,468 


$ 16,801 


$ 20,750 


$ 18,041 


$ 18,041 






EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 


.$ 3,099 
848 

6,866 


$ 14,331 
3,357 

1,470 

104 
428 


$ 5,378 
2,769 


$ 6,854 
6,650 

$ 13,504 


$ 210 
110 

1,500 


$ 100 


Motor Vehicles — ■ 
Replnrement 


1,500 


Special — 

Npw Adriitinn 


343 




Replrrrempnt 


447 










TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


.-$ 11,603 


$ 19,690 


$ 8,147 


$ 1,820 


$ 1,600 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..._ 


.. $506,477 


$544,189 


$546,938 


$647,617 


$531,573 


$534,789 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 15 15 16 18 

Salaries and Wages $84,135 $86,821 $92,789 $96,811 

Employee Benefits „._. 4,214 3,543 5,131 6,164 

TOTAL $88,349 $90,364 $97,920 $102,975 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,000 $ 1,500 $ 1,358 $ 1,500 

Supplies 592 1,209 167 500 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,057 951 957 1,200 

Printing 3,407 6,114 2,949 6,000 

Subscriptions 240 237 539 525 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 204 371 52 100 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 6 3 9 50 

Auto Expense 4 314 432 1,000 

Miscellaneous 953 764 400 1,000 

Official Bonds 155 15 500 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 7,463 $ 11,618 $ 6,878 $ 12,375 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 4,090 $ 5,849 $ 6,419 $ 8,300 

Out-of-State 802 114 426 1,000 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,892 $ 5,963 $ 6,845 $ 9,300 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 356 $ 10,160 $ 7 $ 100 

Replacement 86 35 109 100 

Motor Vehicles — 

Replacement 1,470 

Special — 

New Addition 58 42 

Replacement 35 6 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 535 $ 11,713 $ 116 $ 200 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $101,239 $119,658 $111,759 $124,850 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



18 



18 



$ 96,480 
6,109 

$102,589 



$ 96,480 
6,310 

$102,790 



1,491 


$ 1,491 


500 


500 


1,000 


1,000 


3,500 


6,000 


236 


236 



100 



$ 7,837 



100 



10 


10 


500 


500 


500 


500 



$ 10,337 



$ 7,600 
450 

$ 8,050 



$ 7,600 
450 

$ 8,050 



$ 100 



$ 100 



$ 100 



1,500 



$ 1,600 



$118,576 $122,777 



118 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF— ADMINISTRATION 



Program and Performance 

Article XII, Section 15 of the Montana Constitution establishes the Board of Equalization. Title 84, Chapter 7, 
Revised Codes of Montana 1947 provides the duties and powers of said Board. 

Section 84-708, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 provides, among other things, that the Board must investigate 
the tax systems of other states and countries and to formulate and recommend legislation for the better adminis- 
tration of the fiscal laws so as to secure just and equal taxation and improvement in the system of taxation and the 
economical expenditures of public revenue in the state. 

This Board assesses about 25 per cent of all property in the state. It hears taxpayers' appeals from rulings of 
County Tax Boards. It is charged with equalization in its own assessments, also in local assessments of all prop- 
erties. It must equalize assessments as between the 56 counties and in all different classes of property. 

It is also charged with the collection of state taxes, licenses and excises generally. 

These objectives are largely sought to be accomplished through the Ad Valorem Division by close liason with 
the county assessors and the commissioners of the various counties. Preventative, educational and corrective proc- 
esses are freely used to get best obtainable results in the matter of uniform and adequate assessments on all 
property and proper collection of all monies owing to the state under the various revenue statutes. 

The Board becomes a clearing agency for District Courts in supervising all Inheritance Tax cases. About 4,000 
are issued annually and audits made for proper handling of same, as well as the many legal requirements needed. 

Regulations, in addition to statutory provisions, are necessary in many areas of taxing requirements. Some are 
largely determined by the Board's legal counsel. All actions for collection or recovery of taxes or penalties or in- 
terest hereon are prosecuted or defended through the legal division. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— EQUALIZATION. BOARD OF 



CORPORATION 
LICENSE TAX 



1957 Bienniiim 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits .„ 



22,760 
1,279 



TOTAL . 



$ 24,039 



$ 23,006 
1,378 

$ 24,384 



$ 20,928 
1,321 

$ 22,249 



$ 27,102 
1,770 

$ 28,872 



$ 21,240 
1,476 

$ 22,716 



$ 21,240 
1,520 

$ 22,760 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Subscriptions ^ 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Miscellcmeous 

Official Bonds 



300 
231 
52 
832 
348 



10 
44 



500 
111 



836 
743 



30 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,817 



$ 2,268 



$ 500 

57 
911 
396 

34 



500 

300 

75 

1,000 

500 

50 

25 



631 
114 
60 
920 
447 

50 



631 
114 
60 
920 
447 

50 



$ 2,450 



$ 2,222 



$ 2,222 



TRAVEL 
In-State 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 



$ 357 



$ 153 



24 



$ 100 



$ 504 



$ 182 



$ 304 



100 



$ 220 



$ 100 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


357 


$ 


153 


$ 


24 


$ 


100 


$ 


100 


$ 


inn 








EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 


$ 


6 


$ 


481 
23 


$ 


117 
65 


$ 


254 
50 


$ 


110 
110 






Replacement _. 

Special — 
New Addition 







TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .--... $ 26,219 



$ 27,309 



$ 24,353 



$ 31,726 



$ 25,258 



$ 25,082 



AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF— CORPORATION LICENSE TAX 

Program and Performance 

Title 84, Chapter 15, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 provides for the imposition of a license tax on the income 
of corporations doing business within the state of Montana. 

About 6,000 taxpayers file Corporation License Tax Returns annually. All the problems of collection, auditing, 
delinquency and overall correspondence and field work are accomplished in this division. Adequate liason with 
federal and state individual income and state withholding is maintained. 



120 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— EQUAUZATION. BOARD OF 



Division 1957 Bienniiim 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

GAS TAX AND REFUND 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 19 19 19 21 18 18 

Salaries and Wages $ 89,896 $ 89,143 $ 82,407 $ 97,802 $ 74,520 $ 74,520 

Employee Benefits -.. 5,733 5,237 4,815 6,132 5,061 5,232 



TOTAL $ 95,629 $ 94,380 $ 87,222 $103,934 $ 79,581 $ 79,752 

OPERATING 

Postage -.....$ 1,330 $ 9,500 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 2,800 $ 2,800 

Supplies 818 632 512 1,500 654 654 

Telephone and Telegraph 155 155 194 300 189 189 

Printing 4,900 13,780 2,041 6,000 6,000 6,000 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance -- 405 432 278 300 300 300 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 174 575 500 

Auto Expense 295 650 585 800 

Other Insurance 271 127 150 200 

Miscellaneous -- 207 107 32 100 

Official Bonds -...-__ 15 207 200 

TOTAL OPERATING ....-_. $ 8,555 $ 25,973 $ 8,999 $ 14,900 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 14,144 $ 10,966 S 9,441 $ 10,500 $ 9,441 $ 9,441 

Out-of-state 150 300 



250 


250 


510 


510 


183 


183 


200 


200 


11,086 


$ 11,086 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 14,144 $ 10,966 $ 9,591 $ 10,800 $ 9,441 $ 9,441 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ____„ $ 1,546 $ 530 $ 1,277 $ 500 

Replacement - 362 276 622 500 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition .,- $ 1-500 

Replacement 6,866 

Special — 

New Addition 270 8 

Replacement 46 1 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT ....$ 9,090 $ 81 5 $ 1,899 $ 1,000 $ 1,500 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -. $127,418 $132,134 $107,711 $130,634 $101,608 $100,279 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 121 

AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF— GASOLINE TAX AND REFUND 

Program and Performance 

Title 84, Chapter 18, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 imposes a license tax on refiners, dealers, distributors and 
importers on gasoline and a tax on the use of each and every gallon of special fuel (diesel) and liquefied petroleum 
gasoline. This section also provides for the refund of the tax on gasoline used for purposes other than on the public 
highways or streets of the state. 

The program of the Gasoline Tax and Gasoline Refund Division is to comply strictly with the statutes relating 
to these two divisions. 

In compliance, the Gasoline Tax Division collects the 6c imposed upon gasoline imported or refined within 
Montana, the required 9c on special fuel, also the special annual exemption fee on dealers and users of aviation 
gasoline, issues Dealer and User permits in the special fuel field, and audits dealer and user accounts within the 
state and refiner and dealer accounts outside the state. Performance may be substantiated by Cashier Reports. 
Need of additional out-of-state auditors in this Division is indicated. 

The Gasoline Tax Refund Division refunds 6c per gallon to the user of gasoline for off-the-highway purposes 
upon application, if accompanied by proper documentary support. Claims, of course, are audited for fraud and 
other discrepancies and rejection of some claims is of a necessity, even after field investigation. Performance varies 
and can be substantiated by monthly highway and/or cashier reports. Under present statutes, no major change of 
this Division is indicated. 



122 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— EQUALIZATION. BOARD OF 

Division 19S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

LICENSING 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) .— 3 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 8,955 $ 9,268 $11,476 $12,525 

Employee Benefits - 554 666 693 799 

TOTAL .....-$ 9,509 $ 9,934 $ 12,169 $ 13,324 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 600 $ 500 $ 500 

Supplies- -- 70 $ 263 8 50 

Telephone and Telegraph 49 9 50 

Printing 826 510 1,100 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 38 67 14 15 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 32 

Official Bonds 20 

Auto Expense 44 

TOTAL OPERATING - $ 1,615 $ 913 $ 522 $ 1,715 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition _„.._ -.-_ -- $ 533 " $ 265 

Replacement $ 35 13 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 35 $ 546 $ 265 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES _-.$ 11,159 $11,393 $12,956 $15,039 



1961 Btennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 11,040 
741 

$ 11,781 



$ 11,040 
765 

$ 11,805 



500 


$ 


500 


50 




50 


668 




668 


40 




40 



$ 1,258 



$ 1,258 



$ 13,039 



AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF— LICENSING 



$ 13,063 



Program and Performance 



Title 84, Chapter 24, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 provides for a license to operate a store in the state of 
Montana. 

Title 84, Chapter 56, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 imposes a tax of 8c on the sale of each package of cigar- 
ettes in the state of Montana and provides that all dealers and distributors of cigarettes shall secure a license. 

The Licensing Division, in foUov/ing the provisions of the statutes, issued: 11,643 licenses in the last fiscal year 
(1959-1960) for a total collection of $181,177.50. There was a total of $2,940 collected from issuance of permanent 
cigarette licenses. A total of $5,870,032.46 in stamp taxes was collected in the same fiscal year. 

There is a constant need for continuous field investigation, collection from delinquents, and the finding of new 
retail establishments not licensed. In the last named, licenses are, of coiirse, arranged for. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, 


BOARD OF 










Division 

INCOME TAX 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


62 


58 


63 


64 6PT 


53 53 



Salaries and Wages . 
Employee Benefits -.- 



$179,661 
.. 10,343 



TOTAL $ 1 90,004 



$182,451 
11,243 

$193,694 



$226,079 
14,057 

$240,136 



$250,081 
17,266 

$267,347 



$206,693 
13,778 

$220,471 



$206,693 
14,259 

$220,952 



OPERATING 

Postage .._. 
Supplies , 



Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Auto Expense 

Miscellaneous 

Official Bonds 



9,500 

4,069 

512 

12,160 



19,814 

609 

51 

543 



$ 14,500 


$ 4,000 


$ 20,000 


$ 14,000 


8,799 


3,660 


3,000 


5,000 


481 


401 


700 


523 


6,316 


14,218 


20,050 


10,980 




450 


450 


565 


20,003 


19,580 


19,821 


20,509 


482 


693 


700 


594 


251 








1,087 


980 


750 




584 


15 







TOTAL OPERATING $ 47,258 



$ 52,503 



$ 43,997 



$ 65,471 



$ 52,171 



14,000 
5,000 

523 
10,980 

565 

20,509 
594 



15 
$ 52,186 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,243 



$ 1,386 



$ 293 



$ 341 



400 
150 



$ 550 



$ 450 



$ 450 



$ 450 



$ 450 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,191 

Replacement 365 

Special — 

New Addition 15 

Replacement 366 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 



-_..$ 1,937 



$ 2,627 
3,033 

31 
421 

$ 6,112 



$ 3,712 
1,973 



$ 5,685 



$ 6,000 
6,000 



$ 12,000 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..____ $240,442 



$253,695 



$290,159 



$345,368 



$273,092 



$273,588 



AGENCY— EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF— INCOME TAX 

Program and Performance 

Title 84, Chapter 49, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 provides for the imposition of income tax on the personal 
income of individuals who are residents of the state of Montana, and the withholding of the tax from their income. 

Chapter 208, Session Laws of 1959 provides for the collection of income tax from non-residents by withholding. 

The Income Tax Division is divided into eight divisions: one to handle all the incoming and outgoing moil, not 
only for the Income Tax Division, but all divisions of the Board; one to handle all phases of our withholding tax pro- 
gram; one to handle all the electronic processing for the entire Board, most of which relates to individual income tax; 
one to process all refunds; one to handle all phases of our campaign against non-residents who have income from, 
or property in the state of Montana; one to check all returns filed for accuracy, compare adjusted gross income and 
dependents claimed with returns filed for federal income tax purposes and assess additional tax; an audit section 
for auditing difficult returns and assessing resulting tax liabilities; and one to process alL information returns and 
check against the index for possible delinquencies and assess delinquent tax. 



124 

SUMMARY OF— EXAMINERS, BOARD OF 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Reccmmended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 


12 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


_ $144,142 


$ 95,653 


$101,922 


$109,231 


$ 82,552 


$ 81,890 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 66,795 

Operating Expenses 15,126 

Travel 2,852 

Equipment 59,369 



TOTAL $144,142 



$ 73,206 


$ 71,969 


$ 84,451 


$ 70,135 


$ 70,523 


18,658 


24,939 


18,417 


8,436 


8,461 


2,583 


1,762 


5,680 


2,806 


2,806 


1,206 


3,252 


683 


1,175 


100 



$ 95,653 



$101,922 



$109,231 



$ 82,552 



$ 81,890 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 81,162 

Highway Fund 58,584 

Other 

Poplar Armory Building 

Fund 4,396 



TOTAL FINANCING $144,142 



$ 91,405 



4,248 
$ 95,653 



$ 91,730 



10,192 
$101,922 



$109,231 



$109,231 



$ 82,552 



$ 82,552 



$ 81,890 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $89,292 

Expenditures - 81,162 



Balance ._ $ 8,130 

Appropriation 1958-59 $89, 182 

Expenditures - 9 1 ,405 



Carry-over 
Reversion - 



$ 5,907 
._ 1,768 

..$ 4,139 



Carry-over $ 1,768 

Appropriation 1959-60 - $115,386 

Expenditures 9 1 ,730 



Balance 



$ 25,424 



Appropriation 1960-61 $108,886 

Estimated Expenditures 109,231 



Estimated Reversion . 



$ 25,079 



Poplar Armory Fund 

Balance July I, 1957 .$ 2,546.13 

Income 8,400.00 

Expenditures 4,396.45 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 6,549.68 

Income 8,400.25 

Expenditures 4,248.27 



Balance June 30, 1959 $10,701.66 

Income 9,639.55 

Expenditures _ 10,192.33 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$10,148.88 



Engineering Fund 
Balance July 1, 1957 



$ 1,602.33 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 1,602.33 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,602.33 

Balance June 30, 1960 .......$ 1,602.33 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— EXAMINERS, 


BOARD 


OF 










Division 

SUMMARY 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 




12 


12 


12 


12 


12 12 



Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits .... 



63,453 
3,342 



TOTAL .$ 66,795 



$ 69,435 
3,771 

$ 73,206 



$ 68,156 
3,813 

$ 71,969 



$ 79,160 
5,291 

$ 84,451 



$ 65,960 
4,175 

$ 70,135 



$ 66,200 
4,323 

$ 70,523 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 90 

Supplies 1,032 

Telephone and Telegraph 693 

Printing 86 

Subscriptions 61 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 99 

Utilities 1,672 

Special Items 

Investigation Expense 2,924 

Miscellaneous ..-_ 8,469 

Official Bonds 

Other Insurance 

Freight and Express 

Special Improvement Taxes .. 

Property Appraisals 

Council of State Gov'ts 



$ 643 


$ 200 


$ 500 


$ 346 


$ 346 


2,361 


3,207 


910 


950 


950 


654 


713 


875 


755 


755 




900 


1,005 


800 


800 


426 










576 


239 


299 


285 


310 


1,587 


1,757 








164 


3,810 


7,560 


2,000 


2,000 


12,165 


5,233 


4,423 






15 










58 


15 








9 


10 
6,355 


345 


800 


800 




2,500 


2,500 


2,500 


2,500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 15,126 



$ 18,658 



$ 24,939 



$ 18,417 



$ 8,436 



$ 8,461 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,852 $ 2,583 



$ 1,762 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 59,369 



$ 1,206 



$ 3,252 



$ 5,680 



$ 683 



$ 2,E 



$ 1,175 



$ 2,806 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 2,852 


$ 


2,583 


$ 


1,762 


$ 5,680 


$ 2,806 


$ 2,806 


EQUIPMENT 


















Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition 

Replacement .... 


$ 553 

232 

.... 58,584 


$ 


902 
160 

133 
11 


$ 


235 
1,781 

1,236 


$ 218 
465 


$ 300 
875 


$ 100 



$ 100 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $144,142 



$ 95,653 



$101,922 



$109,231 



$ 82,552 



$ 81,890 



AGENCY— EXAMINERS, BOARD OF 

Program and Performance 

Article VII, Section 20 of the Constitution of the State of Montana created a State Board of Examiners with 
power to "examine all claims against the state, except salaries or compensation of officers fixed by law, and per- 
form such other duties as may be prescribed by Icrw. And no claim against the state, except for salaries and com- 
pensation of officers fixed by law, shall be passed upon by the legislative assembly without first having been 
considered and acted upon by said Board." 

Further duties and purposes of the department are defined in various statutes of the State of Montana, most of 
which may be found in Section 82-1100 to 82-1157, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947. 

In simple language the purpose of this department is to perform the duties prescribed by the Constitutional 
and statutory provisions of Montana law; and it is our intention to continue to perform the duties of this department 
as prescribed by both the constitution and the statutes. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



SUMMARY OF— STATE EXAMINER 










1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 16 


15 


21 


22 


23 23 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Examining _. 

Consumer Loan 

University Audit - 



TOTAL ..-...$101,976 



$122,014 



$153,554 
19,900 
17,500 

$190,954 



$184,480 
15,318 
22,500 

$222,298 



$177,899 $181,947 

14,345 14,872 



$192,244 $196,819 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 76,682 

Operating Expenses 3,577 

Travel 20,384 

Equipment 1,333 

University Audit 



TOTAL $101,976 



$ 89,696 


$123,047 


$147,758 


$143,377 


$148,258 


6,769 


12,737 


9,905 


7,922 


7,922 


23,823 


34,042 


39,212 


40,489 


40,489 


1,726 


3,628 
17,500 


2,923 
22,500 


456 


150 



$122,014 



$190,954 



$222,298 



$192,244 



$196,819 



FINANCING 

General Fund ....$101,976 



TOTAL FINANCING $101,976 



$122,014 
$122,014 



$190,954 
$190,954 



$222,298 
$222,298 



$192,244 
$192,244 



$196,819 
$196,819 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 .....$121,550 

Expenditures 101,976 



Balance $ 19,574 

Appropriation 1958-59 $120,550 

Expenditures 122,014 



General Fund 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Consumer Loan 

Expenditures 



Balance 



Reversion „.. $ 18,1 10 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Consumer Loan 

Estimated Expenditures 



.$186,500 
.. 19,900 
.. 190,954 



..$ 15,446 

..$205,500 
.. 15,318 
.. 222,298 



Estimated Reversion 

Banking Department Trust Fund 



..$ 13,966 



Balance July 1, 1957 

Tncnmp 


.......$47,868.37 

7.347.92 


Expenditures 


2,379.42 






Balance June 30, 1958 ___. . 
Income 


.$52,836.87 

. . 1,723.17 


Expenditures - . 


-. 16.62 


Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 


_ .... $54,543.42 




OmcelleH WoTTTnt 


3.1.? 






Balance June 30, 1960 _ 


.....$54,546.55 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— STATE EXAMINER 












Division 

Summciry 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


16 


15 


21 


22 


23 23 



Salaries and Wages $72,032 $84,213 $115,448 $138,455 $134,164 $138,556 

Employee Benefits 4,650 5,483 7,599 9,303 9,213 9,702 



TOTAL ■■ $76,682 $89,696 $123,047 $147,758 $143,377 $148,258 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 105 $ 867 

Supplies 2,501 3,258 

Telephone and Telegraph 554 603 

Printing 5 1,674 

Association Dues -_ 

Subscriptions 4 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 249 175 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 163 188 

Legal Fees 

Miscellaneous 



$ 1,851 


$ 1,927 


$ 1,772 


$ 1,772 


4,419 


2,800 


2,458 


2,458 


1,500 


1,200 


992 


992 


3,260 


2,866 


1,738 


1,738 


300 


200 


200 


200 


137 


137 


137 


137 


409 


412 


362 


362 


221 


263 


263 


263 


640 


100 







TOTAL OPERATING _._„ .....$ 3,577 $ 6,769 $ 12,737 $ 9,905 $ 7,922 $ 7,922 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 20,110 $ 23,695 $ 33,019 $ 37,168 $ 39,117 $ 39,117 

Out-of-State 274 128 1,023 2,044 1,372 1,372 



TOTAL TRAVEL $20,384 $23,823 $34,042 $39,212 $40,489 $40,489 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 822 $ 1,701 $ 3,528 $ 1,727 $ 336 $ 150 

Replacement 504 100 1,196 120 

Special — ■ 

New Addition 25 

Replacement 7 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT .._ 


-$ 1,333 


$ 1,726 


$ 3,628 


$ 2,923 


$ 456 


$ 150 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ,_, 


-^$101,976 


$122,014 


$173,454 


$199,798 


$192,244 


$196,819 



128 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— STATE EXAMINER 



Division 1SS7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

Examining 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 16 15 19 20 21 21 

Salaries and Wages $72,032 $84,213 $104,525 $128,255 $124,924 $128,836 

Employee Benefits 4,650 5,483 7,224 8,650 8,573 9,015 



TOTAL .$76,682 $89,696 $111,749 $136,905 $133,497 $137,851 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 105 $ 867 $ 1,024 $ 1,100 

Supplies ._..- 2,501 3,258 1,635 2,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 554 603 955 1,000 

Printing 5 1,674 3,260 2,866 

Association Dues 265 165 

Subscriptions .._. 4 131 131 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 249 175 409 412 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 163 188 221 263 

Miscellaneous _ .- 1 00 

Legal Fees -. 640 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 3,577 $ 6,769 $ 8,540 $ 8,037 $ 6,054 $ 6,054 

TRAVEL 

In-State ____ $ 20,110 $ 23,695 $ 31,496 $ 34,571 $ 36,520 $ 36,520 

Out-of-state .___._ 274 128 1,023 2,044 1,372 1,372 



$ 945 


$ 945 


1,658 


1,658 


792 


792 


1,738 


1,738 


165 


165 


131 


131 


362 


362 


263 


263 



TOTAL TRAVEL .......$ 20,384 $23,823 $32,519 $36,615 $37,892 $37,892 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition .....$ 822 $ 1,701 $ 646 $ 1,727 $ 336 $ 150 

Replacement 504 100 1,196 120 

Special — 

New Addition _ 25 

Replacement 7 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,333 $ 1,726 $ 746 $ 2,923 $ 456 $ 150 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -. $101,976 $122,014 $153,554 $184,480 $177,899 $181,947 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— STATE EXAMINER 



Division 

Consumer Loan 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-80 1960-81 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) .._ 








2 


2 




2 


2 


Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits .. 






$ 


10,923 
375 


$ 10,200 
653 


$ 


9,240 
640 


$ 9,720 
687 


TOTAL 






$ 


11,298 


$ 10,853 


$ 


9,880 


$ 10,407 


Operating 

Postage 

Supplies 






$ 


827 

2,784 

545 

35 

6 


$ 827 

800 

200 

35 

6 


$ 


827 

800 

200 

35 

6 


$ 827 
800 


Telephone and Telegraph 




200 


Association Dues 




35 


Subscriptions 




6 


TOTAL OPERATING 






$ 


4,197 


$ 1,868 


$ 


1,868 


$ 1,868 


TRAVEL 

In-State 






$ 


1,523 


$ 2,597 


$ 


2,597 


$ 2,597 


TOTAL TRAVEL 






$ 


1,523 


$ 2,597 


$ 


2,597 


$ 2,597 


EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 






$ 


2,882 
















TOTAL EQUIPMENT .._ 






$ 


2,882 










TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... 






$ 


19,900 


$ 15,318 


$ 


14,345 


$ 14,872 



AGENCY— STATE EXAMINER 

Program and Performance 
State Examiner's office established by Article VII, Section 8 of Constitution; Ex Officio Superintendent of Banks 
added by Section 5-601, R.C.M.; Ex Officio Consumer Loan Commissioner added by Section 47-203, R.C.M. (enacted 
1959). 

Duties imposed include regulating, supervising, and examining the following each year: 

76 State Banks ._..'. 5-203, 601, R.C.M. 

12 State Building and Loan Associations 7-106, 125 

35 State Credit Unions 14-102, 106 

56 Counties (all offices in each) 82-1002 

16 County Free High Schools 5-906 

43 Irrigation Districts 89-2 1 07 

1 24 Cities and Towns 82- 1 008 

102 Fire Department Relief Associations ..11-1923 

15 School Districts (by request) 82-1008 

9 School District Extra Curricular Funds (hy request) . 75-1632 

14 Special Exam, of County and City offices .- 5-910 

46 State Departments, Boards, Commissions 82-1002 

122 Consumer Loan Licensees 47-216 



670 Institutions requiring annual examinations in addition to continuing supervision. 

In addition to the above, the Superintendent of Banks licenses and supervises: 
157 Retail Installment Sales Finance Companies. 
The heavy work load on this Department is constantly increasing, due to additional units being placed under 
our supervision and the tremendously increased size of those now regulated by us. This has resulted in an increase 
of 5 men in our examining force during the past two years, with the need of a minimum of one more during the 
next two years. 



130 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— FINE ARTS COMMISSION 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

AGENCY INACTIVE 



TOTAL $ 1,612 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 460 

Operating Expenses 521 

Travel 63 1 



TOTAL .- $ 1,612 



FINANCING 

Fine Arts Comm. Fund $ 1,612 



TOTAL FINANCING ....$ 1,612 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 131 

SUMMARY OF— HISTOMCAL SOCIETY 

1957 Bienniiun 1959 Bienniiun 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 22 19 ^7 17 10 + 6 PT 10 + 6 PT 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $170,303 $203,186 $161,935 $163,355 $144,000 $144,000 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $77,745 $76,736 $67,626 $68,000 $62,395 $62,730 

Operating Expenses 63,211 92,668 62,629 82,555 71,768 71,768 

Travel .-. 3,678 2,120 1,514 2,000 900 900 

Equipment 25,669 31,562 30,166 10,800 8,937 8,602 

TOTAL $170,303 $203,186 $161,935 $163,355 $144,000 $144,000 

FINANCING 

General Fund $65,208 $66,743 $67,157 $69,032 $50,000 $50,000 

Other 

Magazine Fund 6,769 5,471 

Historical Society Fund 92,486 116,856 94,778 94,323 94,000 94,000 

Russell Paint Fund 5,840 14,116 

TOTAL FINANCING $170,303 $203,186 $161,935 $163,355 $144,000 $144,000 



132 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— HISTORICAL SOCIETY 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 ____ - $66,000 Cctrry-over $ 44 

Expenditures 65,208 Appropriation 1959-60 $70,246 

Expenditures 67,157 



Balance $ 792 

3propriation 1 958-59 _ $66,000 

Expenditures 66,743 

Carry-over 44 Estimated Expenditures 69,032 



Appropriation 1958-59 _ ....$66,000 Balance $ 3,133 

Expenditures 66,743 Appropriation 1960-61 $66,000 



Reversion $ 5 Estimated Reversion $ 101 



Magazine Fund 
Balance July 1, 1957 _. 


none 


Income 


.... $7,976.51 


Expenditures 


6,769.30 



Balance June 30, 1958 $1,207.21 

Income 4,887.99 

Expenditures 5,470.95 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 624.25 

Income 170.75 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 795.00 



Historical Society Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 16,258.16 

Income 79,176.51 

Expenditures 92,486.70 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,947.97 

Income 123,141.85 

Expenditures .^ 116,856.36 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 9,233.46 

Income 102,579.35 

Expenditures 94,778.47 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 17,034.34 



Russell Painting Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 6,880.83 

Income 12,712.50 

Expenditures 5,840.29 



Balance June 30, 1958 $13,753.04 

Income 2,417.50 

Expenditures — 14,116.33 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 2,054.21 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2,054.21 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— HISTORICAL SOCIETY 












Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-80 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


22 


19 


17 


17 


10 + 6 PT 10 + 6 PT 





Salaries and Wages $73,698 $72,795 $63,806 $63,748 $58,524 $58,704 

Employee Benefits 4,047 3,941 3,820 4,252 3,871 4,026 



TOTAL $ 77,745 $ 76,736 $ 67,626 $ 68,000 $ 62,395 $ 62,730 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 4,302 

Supplies 6,805 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,008 

Printing 34,519 

Association Dues 31 

Subscriptions 236 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 171 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 1,501 

Films and Texts 1,575 

Official Bonds 185 

Materials Purchased 11,580 

Other Insurance 773 

Miscellaneous 525 

Refunds 

TOTAL OPERATING ..-.. $ 63,211 $ 92,668 $ 62,629 $ 82,555 $ 71,768 $ 71,768 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,443 $ 1,218 $ 798 $ 1,050 $ 900 $ 900 

Out-of-Stcrte 2,235 902 716 950 



$ 8,802 


$ 5,060 


$ 5,600 


$ 6,055 


$ 6,055 


10,060 


5,159 


9,500 


7,341 


7,341 


1,581 


1,124 


1,200 


1,393 


1,393 


44,287 


32,110 


36,000 


36,972 


36,972 


102 


206 


225 


200 


200 


409 


383 


375 


350 


350 


845 


596 


600 


600 


600 


3,210 


2,535 


2,650 


2,415 


2,415 


1,055 


952 


5,400 


1,194 


1,194 


69 


65 


65 


65 


65 


21,001 


12,969 


20,740 


15,183 


15,183 


1,047 


874 








200 


578 
18 


200 







TOTAL TRAVEL $ 3,678 $ 2,120 $ 1,514 $ 2,000 $ 900 $ 900 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition .. $ 2,481 $ 978 $ 991 $ 800 

Replacement 1,973 578 800 

Special — 

New Addition 20,030 29,465 24,892 8,700 $ 8,937 $ 8,602 

Replacement 1,185 641 4,283 500 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 25,669 $ 31,662 $ 30,166 $ 10,800 $ 8,937 $ 8,602 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..... $170,303 $203,186 $161,935 $163,355 $144,000 $144,000 



134 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MONTANA 



Program and Performance 

The original Historical Society of Montana was created by the Territorial Legislature, Feb. 2, 1865. Following 
statehood it was revamped and ofiicially made an adjunct of state government by the second Legislative Assembly 
and so approved March 4, 1 89 1 . Notable changes and additions in the low since then appear in the Revised Codes 
for Montana 1935 (Sections 1547 through 1569); Laws of Montana 1939 (Chapter 38; 112 and 156); Lav/s of Montana 
1943 (Chapter 172); and the present act under which we are now operative, without change. The ReArised Act of 1949, 
which although it endeavored to prepare for a new era in the spacious new Veterans' and Pioneers' Memorial build- 
ing, with the extensive addition of such new features as museums, art galleries, publications, microfilming and many 
other new services, has been considerably outmoded since 1953 when the new building was occupied. 

Briefly, the responsibilities and growth of service and activities of the Society during the past several years 
are best illustrated by the fact that the Organizations' membership has skyrocketed from less than 200 members in 
1952 ;o :r;o:e than 8,000 — at which figure it is currently second only to Missouri of all the State Historical Society 
m ; in the United States. 

. ?ntally the Society from its inception in 1865 and up to its move into the present building, January 1953 

was an aicliival-library set-up, with a small collection of museum and art objects. , 

Today, these are some of the more important public services operated: 

The Historical Library: 

As of 1960, this has become r :3 one of the Nation's most complete reference and research collec- 

tions of frontier and Old West booko, a.,-.;.-^;i:s, m.anuscripts, newspapers and photographs, particularly as they 
apply to Montana and the Great Plains Region. On the second floor are found the busy reading rooms, which bring 
hundreds of important scholars, writers, journalists, historians, students and others to the library each month of the 
year. Its vast research facilities, open to anyone, are serviced by five great stack levels extending the full length of 
the building. It is interesting to note that more than a hundred full-length books, both fiction and non-fiction, and in- 
cluding a Pulitzer Prize novel, have been researched here since the famed Library was established in 1865. 

It should be noted that under the category "FILMS AND TEXTS" we have requested the sum of $11,000. We 
hope, with the approval of this amount, to begin the tremendous task of microfilming Montana's newspapers which 
have not been bound or microfilmed since the early 1950's. There is no more important task facing the Historical So- 
ciety of Montana and any delay in this project will not only increase the costs involved but will compound as well 
the danger of irrevocable loss or deterioration of these newspapers. 

At !'•"•=: ti" •= •■ would take approximately $60,000 to complete the microfilming of the newspapers presently un- 
bound c: s form. At this juncture we propose merely to get started on the project. It should be bom in mind 
that the . :3 the equipment to perform the work; the monies requested are to be used to purchase microfilm 
and supplies v.-i;r. which to begin operations. 

I; would be ■unfcrtur.ole ir.d-ed, at this point, to further neglect this vital task since Montana now has the finest 

ne'. sippi. So important do we consider this project that we also plan, as in the 

po. ical Society Fund) to supplement appropriated funds. 

The Charles M. Russell Rooms: 

The formal Charles M. R-.,. • ;ins one of the world's most valuable original collections of the bril- 
liant works of the greatest o: .vboy artists. Included is the 41-piece Malcolm S. Mackoy Collection, 
alone valued at almost $1,0C : ? than 75 other important Russell works, including his first im- 
portant painting and his fine'. Mer permanent or temporary display. In addition to the formal 
gallery we added, in 1957, en ^.i- .....■.._ ..._„., .... ...formal, or second, Russell Room which contains lesser-known 

Russell works, models, sketches, letters, many interesting photographs, rare objects and other memorabilia of him 
and his fa.T.ily and friends. 

Other Art Galleries: 

The Historical Society's Gallery of Contemporary Art co:- xhibits of the work of modem, 

contemporary and usually Montana-resident artists. On the qi '..er ever-changing galleries — a 

small corridor e.xhibit space which houses changing exhibits as well as a permanent display of the outstanding art 
of the Montana Institute of the Arts and our fam.ous Gallery of Wopt=>rn Art. The work of E. S. Paxson, William Stand- 

"".:;' Seltzer, Frederic Remington, Elmer ? ~ "' ." " ' " " ".'. Stanley, A. B. Frost, J. Fery, 

eCamp, and many other little-known •; . famed contemporaries as Nick 

„.j-j.-....c.fer and H'^'-^'-^ \'^-^ Schmidt and m.u.... ^; M^:..^..^. ., ^^.^\ ...^...^„.-,. ^.j Peters, Ace Powell, Elizabeth 
Lochrie, Shorty Sh, :'.ston, Jolin Segesman and others is displayed. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



The Formal Museum: 

The Formal Museum was guided in its planning and execution by the Smithsonian Institution. This carefully 
planned, modem Museum chronologically tells, in capsule form, highlights of the exciting history of Montana. Six 
major "frontiers," beginning with two wild-life habitats, depict the transition of the State through six great frontier 
periods: The period of Exploration and pre-white man natural setting; the Indian-Fur Trading Frontier; the Mining 
Frontier; the Cattleman's Frontier, the Homesteader's Frontier, and finally, the Industrial Frontier, past and present; 
plus the huge diorama of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, which dominates the entire Formal Museum. This is con- 
sidered one of the best-executed single museum rooms in all the West. 

The Informal Museum: 

Completed in July, 1960, with privately-earned money, the Museum on the ground floor is called Informal be- 
cause flexibility, quick visual impact, and a preponderance of the actual objects of history are the keynoting fea- 
tures. Because of its ever-changing displays of significant objects, it promises to be a source of continuing interest, 
both to young and old, the scholarly as well as the casual viewer. Currently big game, hunting, Indian artifacts and 
one of the finest Western frontier gun collections in the world are featured here. The famed John's Gun Collection 
plus himdreds of other weapons, garments, artifacts and objects from our other permanent acquisitions dramatize 
and document the span of frontier history. 

Publications Program: 

The Society not only publishes MONTANA THE MAGAZINE OF WESTERN HISTORY, which is one of the few 
such magazines sold on newsstands throughout the country, but which, because of its present 15,000 circulation is 
also the most widely distributed and most widely read state journal of authentic history in the U. S. It also produces 
a popular line of monographs and booklets known as the Montana Heritage Series; and in recent years has pub- 
lished or participated in the publication of several important full-length books, included among which are: 

Calamity Jane, by Roberta Beed Sollid. 

Historical Essays on Montana and the Northwest, edited by K. Ross Toole and J. W. Smurr. 

Free Grass to Fences, the Montana cattle range story, by Robert K. Fletcher. 

Whoop-Up Country, by Paul F. Sharp. 

Other Activities: 

The Historical Society of Montana offers advice, technical direction, planning and other services to all other 
existing or proposed museums and libraries in the State. For isolated rural areas and for the school children every- 
where, it is now working on plans to provide traveling exhibits of museum objects, small dioramas and art. Furnish- 
ing of movies, printed documents, authentic historical features for the state press, television shows, radio programs 
and close cooperation with local historical groups, all are day-by-day activities which aid in the culture and herit- 
age development of Montana. The demands grow greater with each passing year. 

In short, the Society is responsible for: 

1 . Recognizing the interest of citizens in the purposes and activities of History and Heritage and providing for broad 
participation by some 8,000 members in the affairs of the Society. 

2. Providing full custody and administration of the former Historical Society of Montana, historical and miscel- 
laneous library and the Montana Fine Arts Commission. 

3. Responsibility for the publication of historical notes, papers, narratives, journals, reprints and other writings and 
the sale and widespread distribution of such publications and many other educational, cultural and art items. 

4. Providing a means for the acquisition of historical writings, letters, manuscripts and other papers including his- 
tories of military organizations of this State when in federal service, documents and printed matter both public 
and private. 

5. Providing for official collection of significant and rare museum objects, paintings, statuary, military relics, sculp- 
ture, antiques and other objects of history, art and culture in the Montana Veterans' and Pioneers' Memorial 
Building for permanent preservation. 

6. Enabling the State to accept gifts, devises and bequests both directly and through the Montana Heritage Founda- 
tion and other trusts, agencies and individuals for the benefit and advantage of history, heritage, art and culture. 

7. Providing a public department of the State of Montana specifically related to the use, learning, culture and en- 
joyment of all citizens of the State in the preservation of historical and art records and objects. 

8. A direct responsibility for the saving and protection of all important historical places, sites and monuments. 



136 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— CO-ORDINATOR OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 

Division 1957 Bietmium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1980-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 2 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 3,540 $ 3,659 S 2,850 $ 3,540 

Employee Benefits --- - 137 122 96 195 

TOTAL $ 3,677 $ 3,781 $ 2,946 $ 3,735 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 128 $ 55 S 75 

Supplies $ 185 5 50 100 

Telephone and Telegraph ..-. 78 50 26 135 

TOTAL OPERATING -- $ 2 63 $ 183 $ 131 $ 310 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,195 $ 1,172 $ 774 $ 800 

Out-of-state 277 400 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,195 $ 1,172 $ 1,051 $ 1,200 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition - $ 260 $ 300 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 260 $ 300 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 5,135 $ 5,396 $ 4,128 $ 5,545 



1961 Biennium 

Reccmmended 

1961-62 1962-63 



3,600 
213 



$ 3,813 



S 3,840 
228 

$ 4,068 



$ 


65 


$ 


75 




85 




85 




57 




57 



$ 207 



800 
200 



S 1,000 



162 
162 



$ 5,182 



$ 217 



800 
200 



$ 1,000 



$ 5,2o<^ 



AGENCY— CO-ORDINATOR OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 

Program and Performance 

The office of the Co-ordinator of Indian Affairs was created by Legislature in 1951, and is found in Chapter 203 
of the Session Laws for that year. The duties of the Co-ordinator are to foster a program which is designed to estab- 
lish and place our Indian citizens in a position whereby they will be able to take their rightful place in society and 
assume the rights, duties and privileges of full citizenship. 

The Co-ordinotor should endeavor to solicit rehabilitation loans from various sources, including the Federal 
Government. ""■ " ' : should assist with improvement of housing on Indian reservations and also the 

problems con:: ople. 



The Co-ordinator atte: 
are under discussion. H? . 
with Vocational Ed:.: 
Indian reservations. . 



-lings which involve Indians and non-Indians where problems confronting them 
; ;-' with other government units of the state that have Indian problems. He assists 
:rams for Indian people. He protects the state in all federal termination programs on 
with re-locotion programs whenever possible. 



The Co-ordinator is constantly making studies in regard to Indian problems which affect the state and the Indian 
-' ^-: '.'-"tana. These studies deal with various types of impacts such as employment, welfare and the use of 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— CO-ORDINATOR OF INDIAN AFFAIRS 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 2 2 2 2 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $ 5,135 $ 5,396 $ 4,128 $ 5,545 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 3,677 $ 3,781 $ 2,946 $ 3,735 

Operating Expenses 263 183 131 310 

Travel ___„„ 1,195 1,172 1,051 1,200 

Equipment 260 300 

TOTAL $ 5,135 $ 5,396 $ 4,128 $ 5,545 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 5,135 $ 5,396 $ 4,128 $ 5,545 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 5,135 $ 5,396 $ 4,128 $ 5,545 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 5,182 



$ 5,182 



5,182 
5,182 



$ 5,285 



$ 


3,813 


$ 


4,068 




207 




217 




1,000 




1,000 




162 







$ 5,285 



$ 5,285 
$ 5,285 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



..$5,600 
- 5,135 



._$ 465 



Appropriation 1 959-60 $5,405 

Expenditures 4, 128 



Balance 



._$1,277 



Appropriation 1958-59 $5,467 

Expenditures 5,396 



Reversion $ 536 



Appropriation 1960-61 __ $5,545 

Estimated Expenditures 5,545 



Estimated Reversion $1 ,277 





I9S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions - 


26 


26 


26 


27 


27 


27 








DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


_ $261,044 


$262,402 


$269,162 


$284,682 


$296,146 


$297,659 



138 GENERAL GOVERNME^^• 

SUMMARY OF— DISTRICT JUDGES 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $242,909 $242,971 $245,056 $262,036 

Travel 18,135 19,431 24,106 22,646 

TOTAL $261,044 $262,402 $269,162 $284,682 

FINANCING 

General Fund $261,044 $262,402 $269,162 $284,682 

TOTAL FINANCING _ $261,044 $262,402 $269,162 $284,682 



$272,368 
23,778 

$296,146 



$296,146 
$296,146 



$272,692 
24,967 

$297,659 



$297,659 
$297,659 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



$263,420 
.. 261,044 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance $ 2,376 

Appropriation 1958-59 - $263,420 

Expenditures 262,402 



Deficiency 



$263,420 
„ 269,162 

$ (5,742) 



Appropriation 1960-61 .- $263,420 

Estimated Expenditures 284,682 



Reversion 



$ 3,394 



Estimated Deficiency Requested $ 27,004 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— DISTRICT JUDGES 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1980-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) .._. 26 26 26 27 

Salaries and Wages $234,000 $234,000 $235,377 $246,627 

Employee Benefits 8,909 8,971 9,679 15,409 

TOTAL $242,909 $242,971 $245,056 $262,036 

TRAVEL 

In-State $18,135 $19,431 $24,106 $22,646 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 18,135 $ 19,431 $ 24,106 $ 22,646 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .-._..- $261,044 $262,402 $269,162 $284,682 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



27 



27 



$256,500 
15,868 

$272,368 



$ 23,778 
$ 23,778 



$296,146 



$256,500 
16,192 

$272,692 



$ 24,967 
$ 24,967 



$297,659 



AGENCY— DISTRICT JUDGES 



Program and Performance 



Article VIII, Paragraph 29 of the Montana Constitution provides that Judges of the District Courts shall be paid 
by the State. Chapter 198, Laws of 1959 provides this salary shall be $9,500 per year for each Judge. The budget 
recommendation is based on twenty-six existing Judges and one which will be added on January 1, 1961 in the 
eighth Judicial District, as provided by the 1959 Legislature. The recommendation for this operation reflects the in- 
crease in salary provided, plus increased rates for industrial accident and an increase in social security rates which 
will be effective January 1, 1963. 



A deficiency of $27,004 is indicated for the 1960-61 fiscal year because of a shortage in the appropriation for 
travel and the increase in salary effective January 1, 1961. It is necessary to provide for the 1960-61 fiscal year on 
additional $250 for each Judge, plus the one-half year salary for the new Judge which will be paid from the 1960-61 
appropriation. 





1957 Bie 
Actual 
1957-58 


Actual 
1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions . 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$ 13,476 


$ 12,111 


$ 13,600 


$ 13,779 


$ 11,846 


$ 12,060 



140 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— LABOR AND INDUSTRY, DEPARTMENT OF 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL .- - 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages S 11,340 $ 9,853 $ 9,892 $ 10,125 

Operating Expenses _ 364 962 587 2,154 

Travel _. 1,772 1,296 1,480 1,500 

Equipment 1,641 

TOTAL - - __.$ 13,476 $12,111 $13,600 $13,779 

FINANCING 

General Fund -- _.__..$ 13,476 $12,111 $13,600 $13,779 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 13,476 $ 12,111 $ 13,600 S 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



$ 


10,003 


S 


10,215 




643 




645 




1,200 




1,200 



$ 11,846 



S 11,846 
$ 11,846 



$ 12,060 



$ 12,060 
$ 12,060 



Appropriation 1957-58 --_- $15,095 

Expenditures - - 13,476 



Balance _ _-.$ 1,619 



Appropriation 1959-60 .,-, 
Expenditures 

Balance 



$16,030 
13,600 

$ 2,430 



Appropriation 1958-59 $15,095 

Expenditures . 12,111 



Reversion $ 4,603 



Appropriation 1960-61 . 
Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion --. 



$13,277 
13,779 

$ 1,928 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— LABOR AND INDUSTRY. DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 2 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 10,675 $ 9,300 $ 9,300 $ 9,480 

Employee Benefits 665 553 592 645 

TOTAL. $ 11,340 $ 9,853 $ 9,892 $ 10,125 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 145 $ 120 $ 150 

Supplies $ 115 323 150 172 

Telephone and Telegraph 60 88 91 100 

Printing — Labor Laws 1,500 

Subscriptions 150 150 150 150 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 251 59 67 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 24 

Official Bonds 15 5 17 15 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 364 $ 962 $ 587 $ 2,154 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,772 $ 1,296 $ 1,480 $ 1,500 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,772 $ 1,296 $ 1,480 $ 1,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
Replacement $ 1,641 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,641 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .--$ 13,476 $12,111 $13,600 $13,779 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



9,360 
643 



$ 10,003 



$ 9,540 
675 

$ 10,215 



$ 


133 
175 
100 


$ 133 
175 
100 




150 


150 




70 


70 




15 


17 


$ 


643 


$ 645 



$ 1,200 
$ 1,200 



$ 1,200 
$ 1,200 



$ 11,846 



$ 12,060 



AGENCY— LABOR AND INDUSTRY, DEPARTMENT OF 

Program and Performance 

Article XVIII, Section 1 of the Montana Constitution adopted November 7, 1950 by the people of Montana estab- 
lishes a Department of Labor and Industry. 

Title 41, Chapter 16, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 implements the provisions of the Constitution. 



The Department enforces all laws relating to hours and conditions of labor, prosecutes all employers who de- 
fault in payment of wages, protects employees, administers child labor laws and laws relating to free employment 
offices. 



142 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— LANDS AND INVESTMENTS 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-81 

Number of Positions 25 23 26 25 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $107,953 $119,562 $116,561 $126,109 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages - $ 82,945 $ 89,096 $ 88,024 $ 92,820 

Operating Expenses 5,698 8,305 6,656 8,589 

Travel 19,034 20,787 21,836 23,200 

Equipment 276 1,374 45 1,500 

TOTAL $107,953 $119,562 $116,561 $126,109 

FINANCING 

General Fund ..__ $105,855 $118,281 $114,470 $124,909 

Other 

Land Sales Petty Cash 2,098 1,281 2,091 1,200 

TOTAL FINANCING $107,953 $119,562 $116,561 $126,109 



1361 Biennium 

Recommended 

1361-62 1962-63 



22 



$117,966 



$ 86,734 

6,742 

23,500 

990 

$117,966 



$116,566 

1,400 

$117,966 



22 



$119,042 



$ 87,254 

7,657 

23,500 

631 

$119,042 



$117,642 

1,400 

$119,042 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



$123,582 
_ 105,855 



Balance $ 17,727 



Carried Forward Balance 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 



$ 45 

$123,487 

_ 114,470 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion 

Less Carry-Over 



$123,482 
_ 118,281 

$ 22,928 
45 

$ 22,883 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



..$ 9,062 

$123,287 
. 124,909 

$ 7,440 



Land Sales Petty Cash 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Income 



$ 333.68 

2,466.60 

Expenditures 2,097.62 



Balance June 30, 1958 _ $ 702.66 

Income 1 ,263.50 

Expenditures 1,281.18 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 .. 



$ 684.98 
„ 1,578.25 
. 2,090.94 

$ 172.29 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— LANDS AND INVESTMEH^TS 



DWision 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actuol Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) -.. 25 23 26 25 22 22 

Salaries and Wages $78,234 $84,041 $82,967 $87,020 $81,136 $81,453 

Employee Benefits 4,711 5,055 5,057 5,800 5,598 5,801 



TOTAL $ 82,945 $ 89,096 $ 88,024 $ 92,820 $ 86,734 $ 87,254 

OPERATING 

Postage - $ 600 $ 1,591 $ 1,225 $ 1,250 

SuppUes 2,418 3,640 887 2,100 

Telephone and Telegraph 821 861 902 900 

Printing 306 723 1,262 1,850 

Association Dues • 50 50 

Siibscriptions 24 24 24 24 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 379 272 300 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 25 25 40 500 

Miscellaneous 256 247 113 215 

Legal Advertising 1,248 815 1,881 1,400 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,698 $ 8,305 $ 6,656 $ 8,589 $ 6,742 $ 7,657 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 19,034 $ 20,787 $ 21,506 $ 22,800 $ 23,300 $ 23,300 

Out-of-state 330 250 200 200 



$ 1,139 


$ 1,139 


2,100 


2,315 


900 


900 


764 


1,464 


50 


50 


24 


24 


325 


325 


40 


40 


- 1,400 


1,400 



TOTAL TRAVEL $19,034 $20,787 $21,836 $23,050 $23,500 $23,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 276 $ 1,248 $ 45 

Replacement $ 1,100 $ 990 $ 631 

Special — 

New Addition 400 

Replacement -, 126 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 276 $ 1,374 $ 45 $ 1,500 $ 990 $ 631 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -.--_- $107,953 $119,562 $116,561 $125,959 $117,966 $119,042 



144 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— LANDS AND INVESTMENTS 



Program and Performance 

The Commissioner of State Lands and Investments supervises and performs all functions as provided by Title 
81, Revised Codes of Montana 1947. 

The Land Board is composed of the Governor, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Attorney General and Sec- 
retary of State. The Commissioner of State Lands and Investments is Ex-officio Secretary of the Board and chief 
administrative officer of the State Land Department. 

Administrative policies are established by the State Land Board in the management of public lands belonging 
to the state, comprising approximately 4,682,275 acres, which is directly under the administrative control of the Com- 
missioner of State Lands and Investments. The state forest lands, administered by the State Forester, are not in- 
cluded in the above acreage. The principal revenue is derived from leasing of these public lands, from crop share 
of the agriculture land, from grazing and from the rental and extraction of oil and gas and other minerals. 

Activities in the administration of state lands have increased in scope and value each year since the stole en- 
tered the Union in 1889. Each year the agricultural acreage increases, requiring more checking of crop production 
on state land. 

There are many islands in navigable streams which were not in existence when the state entered the Union 
and are unsurveyed. These islands belong to the state of Montana and many are under lease. These islands should 
be surveyed to establish a permanent ownership record in the Department. An appropriation is requested to survey 
these islands. 

Sales of public lands continue active as a result of public demand. Revenue from this source is credited to the 
permanent fund belonging to the grant owners. The permanent fund and the monies contained in the interest and 
income fund are continuously invested in general obligation and government bonds. 

The Department's field force activities increases year after year. The chief field agent has charge of all field 
work of the Department. An additional deputy will be put in the field to provide a continuing check on the number 
of livestock grazing on each leasehold so that state lands do not become over-grazed. 

Wheat is the best cash crop produced on state lands and it is the intention of the field deparment to make a 
close check of the acreage planted to wheat so that the full acreage the state is entitled to will be planted on all 
agricultural leaseholds. Further activities by the field department for the next two years will be the re-appraisal of 
at least ten counties of the state as to their animal unit month carrying capacity. 

There are 8,075 grazing and agricultural leases in effect, of which 1,530 were processed the first six months of 
1960 — we estimate that 1,306 will be processed the first six months of 1961. All grazing rental payments are pay- 
able during January and February. 

In addition to the above mentioned leases, this Department has 1,161 oil and gas exploration leases in effect, 
covering 475,638.34 acres, of which 414 leases were issued during the calender year of 1959. 

Interest cmd income from all state lands administered by this Department for the fiscal year of 1960 was 
$5,000,341.28 and receipts for the permanent fund was $3,593,445.11, making a total of $8,593,786.39 processed 
by the cashier of this Department. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
SUMMARY OF— LAW LIBRARY 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1859-60 1980-61 

Number of Positions 2 2 2 2 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $14,818 $17,426 $15,941 $18,258 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 7,535 $ 7,946 $ 8,811 $ 8,819 

Operating Expenses 294 497 240 575 

Travel ..,_.. 300 

Equipment 6,989 8,983 6.890 8,564 

TOTAL $ 14,818 $ 17,426 $ 15,941 $ 18,258 

FINANCING 

General Fund ._ $ 8,048 $ 8,434 $ 9,074 $ 9,638 

Other 

Law Library Fund 6,770 8,992 6,867 8,620 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 14,818 $ 17,426 $ 15,941 $ 18,258 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1962-63 



$ 18,021 



8,821 
390 

8,810 



$ 18,021 



$ 3,211 

14,810 

$ 18,021 



$ 18,040 



8,840 
390 

8,810 



$ 18,040 



$ 10,040 

8,000 

$ 18,040 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $8,436 

Expenditures ^ 8,048 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 $8,705 

Expenditures 8,434 



Less Carry-over 
Reversion 



$ 659 



$ 651 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



. $9,642 
.. 9,074 

.$ 576 

^ $9,377 
.. 9,638 



Estimated Reversion $ 315 



Law Library Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 _.._ $16,340.22 

Income 9,845.00 

Expenditures 6,770.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 _...._ $19,415.22 

Income _-_ 1 ,920.00 

Expenditures _. 8,992.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $12,343.22 

Income - 1,506.62 

Expenditures 6,866.65 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 6,983.19 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



AGENCY— LAW LIBRARY 












Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Bienoium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
RnnrH Mpmhers) 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 2 









Salaries and Wages ... 
Employee Benefits -— . 



TOTAL . 



$ 7,158 
377 

.$ 7,535 



$ 7,535 
411 

$ 7,946 



1,308 
503 



$ 8,811 



$ 8,300 
519 

$ 8,819 



1,300 
521 



$ 8,821 



$ 8,300 
540 

$ 8,840 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies $ 211 

Telephone and Telegraph 57 

Printing 7 

Association Dues 10 

Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 9 

Official Bonds 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 294 



$ 75 




$ 75 




$ 75 


309 


$ 102 


250 


$ 150 


150 


65 


57 


75 


75 


75 




17 


110 


100 


25 


18 


10 


10 


10 


10 


6 


41 


40 


40 


40 


14 


3 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


5 


5 


5 



$ 497 



$ 240 



$ 575 



$ 390 



S 390 



TRAVEL 

Out-of-State . 

TOTAL TRAVEL 



S 300 
$ 300 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Special — 
New Addition . 
Replacement . 



$ 899 

6,083 


$ 830 
8,153 


$ 24 
6,866 


$ 64 
8,500 


$ 310 
8,500 


$ 310 
8,500 


7 





TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


— $ 6,989 


$ 8,983 


$ 6,890 


S 8,564 


$ 8,810 


$ 8,810 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ._ 


„$ 14,818 


$ 17,426 


$ 15,941 


$ 18,258 


$ 18,021 


$ 18,040 



AGENCY— LAW LIBRARY 



Program and Performance 



The "State Law Library of the State of Montana" was established and operates under Title 44, Chapter 4, ?5 
44-401-44-412, Revised Codes of Montana 1947. 

The program of the library is to continue the accjuisition of laws, decisions of courts, law reports, text books, 
legal periodicals, pamphlets, and any other pertinent material, of this state and of other states of the nation as well 
as of the Federal Government and the governments of other nations, and to have it available for the use of all at- 
torneys of the state, employees of the various departments of the state government and the members of the Supreme 
Court, and to assist them in its most efficient use. This is for the ultimate benefit of the taxpayers of the state of Mon- 
tana in the orderly conduct of their legal affairs and in the judicious resolution of their litigation. 

Approximately 650 books cue acquired each year through purchase and exchange and about 75 legal peri- 
odicals are purchased and bound in permanent form. The cost of these purchases is borne by the litigants and the 
legal profession through the Low Library Fund made up of attorneys' license fees and filing fees in the Supreme 
Court. Only the cost of operating the library comes from the general fund. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions — 


10 


12 


14 


14 


13 


12 








DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$109,174 


$ 91,549 


$118,047 


$112,142 


$116,822 


$113,287 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— LIBRARY EXTENSION COMMISSION 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 39,368 $ 44,835 $ 47,502 $ 49,742 

Operating Expenses 15,842 15,038 20,745 23,500 

Travel' 5,105 5,987 4,949 4,600 

Equipment 48,859 25,689 44,851 34,300 

TOTAL $109,174 $91,549 $118,047 $112,142 

FINANCING 

General Fund $31,297 $31,034 $38,929 $39,715 

Other 

Library Development 
FundU. S. Aid 77,877 60,515 79,118 72,427 

TOTAL FINANCING $109,174 $91,549 $118,047 $112,142 



$ 49,952 

22,346 

4,255 

40,269 


$ 46,417 

22,346 

4,255 

40,269 



$116,822 



$113,287 



$ 44,395 

72,427 
$116,822 



$ 40,860 

72,427 
$113,287 



LIBRARY DEVELOPMENT FUND 

Federal Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $22,315.03 

Income 59,282.00 

Expenditures — . 77,876.66 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 3,720.37 

Income 63,486.00 

Expenditures 60,514.51 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 6,691.86 

Income 72,427.00 

Expenditures 79,1 18.07 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ .79 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures . _ . .. . 



Balance 



General Fund 

$31,173 Appropriation 1959-60 



31,297 

B (124) 



Expenditures 
Balance 



$39,272 
.. 38,824 

$ 448 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion . 



$31,173 Appropriation 1960-61 

. 31,034 Estimated Expenditures 

$ 15 Estimated Reversion .... 



$39,272 
. 39,715 



148 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— LffiRARY EXTENSION COMMISSION 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 10 12 14 14 13 13 

Salaries and Wages $ 37,460 $ 42,503 $ 44,970 $ 46,700 $ 46,740 $ 43,440 

Employee Benefits ___. 1,908 2,332 2,532 3,042 3,212 2,977 



TOTAL $ 39,368 $ 44,835 $ 47,502 $ 49,742 $ 49,952 $ 46,417 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,235 $ 1,364 $ 1,385 $ 1,300 

Supplies 10,043 9,502 3,249 5,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 581 845 775 900 

Printing 818 1,161 2,829 2,130 

Association Dues 78 123 130 175 

Subscriptions 915 509 721 620 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance _ 1,946 428 3,941 4,040 

Utilities 1,200 1,200 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 226 106 156 130 

Miscellaneous ....- 1,000 72 1,705 

Books for the Blind 3,600 3,600 

Film Center 1,521 700 

Rebinding 812 800 

Bookmobile Operation 354 1,200 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 15,842 $ 15,038 $ 20,745 $ 23,500 $ 22,346 $ 22,346 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 4,945 $ 5,438 $ 4,609 $ 3,775 $ 4,055 $ 4,055 

Out-of-State 160 549 340 825 200 200 



$ 1,328 


$ 1,328 


5,200 


5,200 


775 


775 


1,603 


1,603 


175 


175 


385 


385 


3,840 


3,840 


1,215 


1,215 


150 


150 


75 


75 


3,600 


3,600 


600 


600 


800 


800 


2,600 


2,600 



TOTAL TRAVEL ......$ 5,105 $ 5,987 $ 4,949 $ 4,6 00 $ 4,255 $ 4,255 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ___.$ 23,062 $ 1,399 $ 8,389 $ 8,000 $10,889 $10,889 

Replacement 1,298 202 

Motor Vehicles — ■ ■" 

New Addition 13,814 6,900 6,900 6,900 

Special — 

New Addition 24,073 22,191 22,648 19,400 22,480 22,480 

Replacement 426 1,897 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 48 ,859 $ 25,689 $ 44,851 $ 34,300 $ 40,269 $ 40,269 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $109,174 $91,549 $118,047 $112,142 $116,822 $113,287 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— LIBRARY EXTENSION COMMISSION 



Program and Performance 

The State Library Extension Commission was created in 1945 in Title 44, 127-130 of the Revised Codes of Mon- 
tana. In 44-129, the power and duties of the commission are defined as follows: "The work of the commission shall 
be to give assistance and advice to all libraries in the state and to all communities in the state which may propose 
to establish libraries, as to the best means of establishing and administering such libraries or improving estab- 
lished libraries and aiding in the establishment of traveling libraries; the commission shall act as a state board of 
vocational standards and library examiners." 

The State Extension Library serves the state by the loan of collections of books to supplement the supply of the 
local libraries; by direct loan to individuals and groups where no library exists, and by collections of books to the 
many schools, both rural and town, where library service is non-existent or is inadequate for the community needs. 
The Library is the center for inter-library loans for Montana. All requests are channeled through the state library 
and if not available in the state, are borrowed through the Pacific Northwest Bibliographic Center, or, if necessary, 
through the Library of Congress. 

The Library provides consultative and advisory service for all of the libraries in Montana. The Secretary and 
the assistant librarians hove paid regular visits to every library in the state, to provide technical advice and assist- 
ance to the libraries, Ifbrary boards, city councils and county commissioners. In-service training and workshops for 
the many librarians in the small public libraries who have not had the benefit of library training hove been 
provided. 

The Library publishes MONTANA LIBRARIES at quarterly intervals, one issue of which includes all statistical 
information of the libraries in the state and issues a monthly newsletter to inform everyone concerning state library 
progress and current library development. The past year, a library directory, a compilation of Montana Library 
Laws, a handbook and a manual for library trustees and a manual for small public libraries were published. 

Books for the Blind. In 1955, the legislature appropriated $3,600.00 a year to pay for Montana's share of opera- 
tion costs to the Seattle Public Library for Services to the Blind. We have not been asked to increase this amount. 
For many years the Seattle Public Library underwrote costs of this service for the states of Washington, Montana 
and Alaska. In 1955, a request was made that each state pay a fair share and the Montana Legislative Assembly 
approved that amount. This was again approved for the 1959 biennium. 

The State Extension Library administers the funds for Montana received from the federal government under 
the Library Services Act. Montana's plan under the Act is threefold: To strengthen the state agency; to provide 
demonstrations of good library service in rural areas where library service is at present inadequate; to bring books 
and library service to every individual in Montana. The plan provides for federations of libraries, where several 
small libraries cooperate with a strong central library to share centralized technical processing and bookmobile 
services. Four such federations are now in existence. After the period of demonstration, each federation becomes 
self-supporting by city and county taxes. Matching funds from local budgets plus the state budget make it pos- 
sible for us to receive the federal money. 

For the next two years, federal money will be allotted to the Sagebrush Federation with Miles City as the 
center. The next federation is planned for the Glendive area and after that, Glasgow and vicinity. Other federations 
will be developed as funds ore available. The state agency will provide consultative services, cataloging assist- 
ance and field work as well as workshops in each area developed. 

For the state as a whole, as interest has grown, requests for on-the-job assistance, workshops, field trips, and 
the loan of books has more than tripled since L.S.A. Local support has been increased it is true, but the lack of 
trained personnel has necessitated a great deal of help from the state and this will be increased as interest in 
libraries develops. We hope to publish more aids to help: in book selection, in simplified routines and in ways and 
means to improve library performance. Most significant progress has been made with the additional money pro- 
vided under the Library Services Act because of the increase in travel money which has made it possible for the 
Secretary and assistants to give the much needed help on the job in all of the libraries of the state. 

Federal funds pay the rent, light, heat, janitor service, all but three of headquarters persormel, additional travel 
money and most of the printing costs of the state library. 

We respectifully request that headquarters costs be assumed by the state. Long range planning for good and 
continuing service is difficult under a terminal federal program. Then too, it is not possible to give sufficient help 
to the federations during their period of demonstration because so much of the funds have been necessary for 
operation costs and personnel of the state agency. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-81 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL _ 


. $ 23,440 


$ 25,282 


$ 25,564 


$ 27,520 


$ 27,311 


$ 27,931 



150 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— JOINT MERIT SYSTEM 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $20,301 $21,756 $21,387 $22,970 

Operating Expenses 1,998 2,873 3,495 3,645 

Travel 587 268 409 705 

Equipment 554 385 273 200 

TOTAL $ 23,440 $ 25,282 $ 25,564 $ 27,520 

FINANCING 

loint Merit System Fund $ 23,440 $ 25,282 $ 25,564 $ 27,520 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 23,440 $ 25,282 $ 25,564 $ 27,520 



$ 23,894 


$ 24,514 


2,882 


2,882 


435 


435 


100 


100 



$ 27,311 



$ 27,311 
$ 27,311 



$ 27,931 



$ 27,931 
$ 27,931 



MERIT SYSTEM FUND 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,892.89 

Income 24, 1 69.86 

Expenditures .-.. 23,440.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 3,622.75 



Income 

Expenditures 



25,545.83 
25,282.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 3,886.58 



Income 26,380.00 

Expenditures 25,564.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 4,702.58 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— JOINT MERIT SYSTEM 

Division I9S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-80 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 4 4 4 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1962-63 



Salaries and Wages 


$ 


19,343 
958 


$ 20,687 
1,069 


$ 20,274 
1,113 


$ 21,750 
1,220 


$ 22,530 
1,364 


$ 


23,070 


Employee Benefits 




1,444 








TOTAL 


.....J 20,301 


$ 21,756 


$ 21,387 


$ 22,970 


$ 23,894 


$ 24,514 


OPERATING 

Postage ._. 

Supplies 


_..-.$ 


220 
515 
180 
587 
200 

183 

113 


$ 


751 
766 
168 
604 
200 

243 

141 


$ 


682 
888 
254 
1,090 
200 

268 

113 


$ 


700 
943 
250 
1,102 
200 

300 

150 


$ 


551 
723 
226 
760 
200 

300 

122 


$ 


551 
723 


Telephone and Telegraph 




226 


Printing 




760 


Association Dues 




200 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 




300 


Special Items 

Freight and Express 




122 








TOTAL OPERATING 


__.„ $ 


1,998 


$ 


2,873 


$ 


3,495 


$ 


3,645 


$ 


2,882 


$ 


2,882 


TRAVEL 

In-State 


$ 


244 
343 


$ 


268 


$ 


238 
171 


$ 


415 
290 


$ 


235 
200 


$ 


235 


Out-of-State 




200 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


587 


$ 


268 


$ 


409 


$ 


705 


$ 


435 


$ 


435 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 554 

Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition $ 385 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 554 $ 385 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -....-. $ 23,440 $ 25,282 



234 
39 



$ 273 



$ 200 



$ 200 



$ 100 



$ 100 



$ 100 



$ 100 



$ 25,564 



$ 27,520 



$ 27,311 



$ 27,931 



AGENCY— JOINT MERIT SYSTEM 

Program and Performance 

Legislation concerning the merit system is found in the following sections of Montana Law, Revised Codes of 
1947: 59-902; 69-103c; 71-203; 71-209; 71-217; and 87-123. There is also an attorney general's opinion. Vol. 22, opinion 
No. 96. 

The basic job of the merit system is to provide recruitment and examination procedures which make available 
the best qualified persons for all levels of positions in the agencies it serves. This necessitates the establishment 
and maintenance of a classification and salary plan based on the principle of equal pay for equal work. It requires 
continuous recruitment procedures to find well qualified applicants for state jobs. It involves a constant develop- 
ment and evaluation of test materials to make sure that they effectively select the best qualified persons in each of 
dozens of categories of state jobs. It includes constant communication with examinees to find out where they will 
work and at what salary. 

In each of the last three years the merit system office has administered over 4,100 individual examinations to 
applicants for employment. The number of examinations has increased 39% in the last ten years without any in- 
crease in staff in the merit system office. At the present time merit system agencies hire about 200 new employees 
each year, so the ratio of examinees to positions filled is about 20 to 1. However, most of the applicants seek clerical 
positions, and for many types of professional employment there is a shortage of qualified persons. In such ccrtegories 
intensive recruitment is used to try to reach the few that may be available. 



152 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
SUMMARY OF— P. B.X. 

1957 Biennium 1959 Btennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions — - -- 4 4 4 4 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $27,810 $27,856 $29,645 $35,139 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages _ $15,495 $15,614 $17,625 $18,814 

Operating Expenses - - 12,245 11,085 12,020 16,265 

Equipment 70 157 60 

TOTAL _ $27,810 $27,856 $29,645 $35,139 

FINANCING 

General Fund- - $16,185 $16,632 $29,533 $35,139 

Equalization Fund - -- 189 409 

Highway Fund .__ 4,070 4,415 

Millage Fund -- 74 113 

Other 

Hail Insurance Adm. _. 50 62 

Fish and Game - - 1,832 1,805 

P. B.X. Fund - - 5,410 4,420 112 

TOTAL FINANCING $27,810 $27,856 $29,645 $35,139 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



35,259 $ 35,026 



18,744 $ 18,756 

16,490 16,270 

25 



$ 35,259 



$ 35.259 



$ 35,259 $ 35,026 



$ 35,026 



$ 35,026 



P. B. X. FUND 

Balance July I, 1957 _._.__ __ ___ $1,293.56 

Income ____ 4,377.82 

Expenditures 5,410.52 

Balance June 30, 1958 „,-- - - $ 260.86 

Income -,- - 4,314.00 

Expenditures -- — 4,419.93 

Balance June 30, 1959 .__ $ 154.93 

Income -- - - 

Expenditures 112.43 

Balance June 30, I960 $ 42.50 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $16,532 

Expenditures 1 6, 1 85 



Balance $ 347 

Appropriation 1958-59 $1 6,29 1 

Expenditures 1 6,632 

Reversion $ 6 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



^$29,500 
. 29,533 



Balance - $ 33 

Appropriation 1960-61 $29,500 

Estimated Expenditures 35,139 



Deficiency Requested $ 5,672 



Highway Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 -- $4,279 

Expenditures — 4,070 



Balance $ 209 

Appropriation 1958-59 $4,217 

Expenditures 4,41 5 



Reversion - $ 1 1 



Equalization Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 $302 

Expenditures 1 89 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Reversion . 



$113 

$297 
.. 409 

.-$ 1 



Hail Insurance Administrative Fund 

Appropriation 1 957-58 $57 

Expenditures 50 

Balance $ 7 

Appropriation 1 958-59 $57 

Expenditures 62 



Reversion . 



..$ 2 



Millage Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 

Expenditures 



..$ 96 
.. 74 



Balance $ 22 

Appropriation 1958-59 ..$ 95 

Expenditures 1 13 



Fish and Game Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 $1 ,833 

Expenditures — 1 ,832 



Balance $ 1 

Appropriation 1958-59 $1,805 

Expenditures 1,805 



Reversion 



..$ 4 



Reversion 



1 



154 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— P. B. X. 



1957 Biennium I9S9 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .- 



Salaries and Wages $ 14,279 $ 15,701 $ 16,618 $ 17,695 $ 17,616 $ 17,616 

Employee Benefits 1,216 913 1,007 1,119 1,128 1,140 



TOTAL $ 15,495 $ 16,614 $ 17,625 $ 18,814 S 18,744 $ 18,756 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 9 

Supplies 110 

Telephone and Telegraph 11,963 

Printing 163 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 12,245 



S 12 


$ 


8 


$ 


12 


$ 


12 


$ 


12 


54 




96 




25 




25 




25 


10,992 




11,686 
225 




16,158 
65 




16,158 
285 




16,158 
65 


27 




5 




5 




10 




10 


$ 11,085 


$ 


12,020 


$ 


16,265 


$ 


16,490 


$ 


16,270 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 66 $ 157 $ 50 $ 25 

Replacement 4 10 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 70 


$ 157 




$ 60 


$ 25 




TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES _. 


....$ 27,810 


$ 27,856 


$ 29,645 


$ 35,139 


$ 35,259 


$ 35,026 



AGENCY— P. B. X. 



Program and Performance 



This Department was established in August 1955, to take care of the needs of all State Ckipitol offices for a cen- 
tralized telephone system. 

Prior to that time, each Department had individual telephone listings, or small switchboards with attending 
operators — eleven in all. 

Our service has minimized confusion for the public and our own subscribers, as our operators can, in seconds, 
connect people to the proper departments and personnel. Incoming long-distance calls are directed where they 
should go, instead of calling innumerable numbers to finally get the required information. 

Our operators place all long-distance calls and stay on the line until the called party is available, allowing the 
subscriber to hang up and go about other business iintil his call is ready, thereby saving time and annoyance in 
case the line is busy, out of order, or his party is not available at that time. 

Our Department handles the telephone bill for all the State Capitol Departments. We have the toll tickets at 
hand and can give the subscriber information on calls about which they may be in doubt regarding time, charges, 
etc. 

We handle about 2,000 calls a day and an average of 130 long-distance calls a day. 

We have 1,500 Capitol persormel listed in our files. These files are available at each position on the board. 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— REGISTRAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


62 


60 


58 


62 


60 + 15 PT 


60 + 15 PT 




DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


.$431,632 


$257,824 


$245,171 


$359,000 


$283,513 


$286,212 



$209,897 


$212,596 


72,831 


72,831 


360 


360 


425 


425 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $187,122 $180,211 $192,168 $212,892 

Operating Expenses 179,646 76,309 42,145 127,089 

Travel 523 252 518 1,340 

Equipment and Buildings 64,341 1,052 10,340 17,679 

TOTAL $431,632 $257,824 $245,171 $359,000 $283,513 $286,212 

FINANCING 

Motor Vehicle Recording 

Fund $431,632 $257,824 $245,171 $359,000 $283,513 $286,212 



TOTAL FINANCING .$431,632 $257,824 $245,171 $359,000 $283,513 $286,212 



Registrar of Motor Vehicles 

Balance July 1, 1957 $216,013.03 

Income 318,028.58 

Expenditures 431,634.52 



Balance June 30, 1958 $102,407.09 

Income _ 334,087.26 

Expenditures 257,825.82 



Balance June 30, 1959 $178,668.53 

Income 353,365.76 

Expenditures 245, 171.70 

Balance June 30, 1960 $286,862.59 



156 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— REGISTRAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 62 60 58 62_ 

Salaries and Wages $177,356 $170,418 $180,718 $200,320 

Employee Benefits 9,766 9,793 11,450 12,572 

TOTAL $187,122 $180,211 $192,168 $212,892 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 10,036 $ 10,122 $ 10,378 $ 10,250 

Supplies - 32,718 6,709 2,612 4,940 

Telephone and Telegraph 739 660 202 400 

Printing _ -- ^ 1,325 687 17,057 33,087 

Association Dues 200 200 200 200 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 379 4,933 43 4,727 

Utilities - 32,436 36,446 979 15,550 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 25 75 

Official Bonds .._„.. 447 499 93 270 

Auto Expense 3 22 26 688 

Legal Advertising 5 640 

Materials Purchased 97,473 12,292 10,539 55,902 

Other Insurance 1,004 15 16 360 

Miscellaneous --- 2,856 3,724 

TOTAL OPERATING $179,646 $ 76,309 $ 42,145 $127,089 

TRAVEL 

In-State ..-$ 468 $ 190 $ 160 $ 160 

Out-of-State 55 62 358 1,180 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 523 $ 252 $ 518 $ 1,340 

Buildings $ 186 $ 2,000 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition .„-$ 6,145 $ 999 3,928 3,130 

Replacement _.___ 3,893 41 6,226 2,746 

Special — 

New Addition 54,163 9,803 

Replacement 140 12 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



60+ 15 PT 60 + 15 PT 



$197,085 
12,812 

$209,897 



$ 72,831 



$199,155 
13,441 

$212,596 



$ 10,178 


$ 10,178 


3,058 


3,058 


400 


400 


18,233 


18,233 


200 


200 


4,467 


4,467 


15,550 


15.550 


25 


25 


270 


270 


50 


50 


40 


40 


20,000 


20,000 


360 


360 



$ 72,831 



$ 160 
200 

$ 360 



$ 425 



160 
200 



$ 360 



$ 425 



and BUILDINGS 


....$ 64,341 


$ 1,052 


$ 10,340 


$ 17,679 


$ 425 


$ 425 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


.... $431,632 


$257,824 


$245,171 


$359,000 


$283,513 


$286,212 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 
AGENCY— REGISTRAR OF MOTOR VEHICLES 



Program and Performance 

Title 53, Motor Vehicles, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, as amended, states the functions to be performed by 
the Registrar of Motor Vehicles as well as the revenue to be deposited to the Motor Vehicle Recording Fund through 
the office of the State Treasurer to provide for the performance thereof. 

The ten dollar plate fee, or any fee in connection with license plates distributed through the offices of the County 
Treasurers does not revert to this office. These fees remain within the counties for the County Road Fund, and for 
city streets as applicable. This office is not reimbursed for the license plates and other material furnished, nor by 
the state agencies that we serve. 

One of the major sources of revenue, title fees of one dollar, has not been increased since the fee was origi- 
nally established in 1926. Yet for every titled vehicle, this office is also required to furnish a set of license plates, 
or one plate if the vehicle is a trailer or motorcycle. This motor vehicle dollar is obviously stretched a long way, an 
impossibility without the use of revalidating devices for license plates. 

No requests for increased fees are the best indication of economical operation in comparison to the rising ex- 
penses and requests of direct tax-supported agencies. The quality of servcie in relation to available resources is 
second to none. 

Budgets of this office are to a great extent estimates — estimates of the cost of rendering service on an anticipated 
demand basis. The demands constantly increase as reflected by the continual increase in motor vehicle registra- 
tions. Increased demands in our instance is an indication of increased growth and better economic conditions 
rather than a request for increased revenue. It is an indication of a greater volume of work accomplished, a demand 
service, at a previously established, not an increased, rate. 



158 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

SUMMARY OF— UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION COMMISSION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


226 


240 


260 


258 


258 


258 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


$1,610,579 


$1,546,219 


$1,874,994 


$1,583,850 


$1,552,302 


$1,572,019 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $1,084,175 

Operating Expenses -„ 190,859 

Travel 47,221 

Land - Buildings ^^ 256,593 
Equipment 31,731 



TOTAL $1,610,579 



$1,200,054 


$1,272,429 


$1,273,500 


$1,256,034 


$1,275,751 


211,162 


251,442 


253,350 


245,268 


245,268 


52,260 


52,476 


50,000 


49,000 


49,000 


50,789 


268,258 








31,954 


30,389 


7,000 


2,000 


2,000 


$1,546,219 


$1,874,994 


$1,583,850 


$1,552,302 


$1,572,019 



FINANCING 

U.C.C. Administrative 

and Construction $1,609,129 

Merit System Fund 1,450 



$1,538,668 
7,551 



$1,866,222 
8,772 



$1,574,850 
9,000 



$1,543,302 
9,000 



$1,563,019 
9,000 



TOTAL FINANCING $1,610,579 $1,546,219 $1,874,994 $1,583,850 $1,552,302 $1,572,019 



U.C.C. Administrative 
U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 204,565.05 

Income - 1,474,455.03 

Expenditures 1 ,609, 1 27.57 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 69,892.51 

Income 1,583,140.60 

Expenditures 1,538,667.54 



Transfer Out 



$ 114,365.57 
2,400.26 



Balance June 30, 1959 _-... $ 111,965.31 

Income 1 ,632,565.44 

Expenditures 1,655,061.68 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 89,469.07 



Balance July 1, 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income 

Expenditures 



U.C.C. Benefit Fund 

U.S. Aid 

1957 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income ..— 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 190,598.07 
.. 12,892,754.56 
- 12,775,528.69 

. $ 307,823.94 
.. 10,843,314.77 
. 10,670,940.71 

.$ 480,198.00 
.. 11,456,266.43 
.. 11,811,876.39 

$ 124,588.04 



GENERAL GOVERNMENT 



U.CC Qearing 

U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 5,387.68 

Income --. 3,875,495.83 

Transfer Out 3,875,542.69 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,340.82 

Income 4,027,641.36 

Transfer Out 4,025,080.97 



Balance June 30, 1959 



$ 7,901.21 



Income 4, 1 39,086.99 

Transfer Out ^- 4,141,952.39 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 5,035.81 

U.CC. Trust Fund 

U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 _ $43,584,778.80 

Income 1 ,341 ,922.02 

Transfer In -.- 3,876,231.00 



$48,802,931.82 
Transfer Out -.- 12,606,082.43 



Balance June 30, 1958 $36,196,849.39 

Income 5,046,225.94 

Transfer Out 10,710,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Transfer Out 



$30,533,075.33 
. 4,949,988.98 
. 11,456,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $24,027,064.31 

U.CC. Office Bldg. Adv. Planning 

Income $6,841.00 

Expenditures 6,775.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 66.00 

Expenditures 66.00 



Veterans Re-adjustment Assistance 

U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,022.00 

Income - 339,267.00 

Expenditures 315,068.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 _.___$ 32,221.00 

Income 989,444.67 

Expenditures 848,726.67 

Balance June 30, 1959 _ „$ 172,939.00 

Income 907,064.60 

Expenditures 1 ,029,672.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 _____$ 50,331.60 

U.CC Land and Buildings 

Balance July 1, 1957 $270,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 270,000.00 

Transfer Out 270,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 

Construction U.CC Building 

Income $490,000.00 

Expenditures 205,348.06 

Balance June 30, 1960 $284,651.94 

U.CC Building Construction 

Income $600,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $600,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 --- $600,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 -.. $ none 



Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) .___ 


226 


240 


260 


258 


258 258 



160 GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

AGENCY— UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

A 
19 

Salaries and Wages $1,025,981 $1,133,199 $1,193,231 $1,200,000 

Employee Benefits 58,194 66,855 79,198 73,500 

TOTAL $1,084,175 $1,200,054 $1,272,429 $1,273.500 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,858 $ 2,094 

Supplies 53,395 47,522 $ 60,836 $ 60,500 

Telephone and Telegraph ______ 29,209 33,261 36,765 37,000 

Printing _ __ .__ 6,923 6,334 11,917 6,500 

Association Dues - 45 65 

Subscriptions .- 2,023 1,656 1,622 400 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 76,891 95,237 100,263 131,000 

Utilities 6,454 11,285 10,881 11,000 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 4,519 2,775 5,232 3,000 

Official Bonds 130 912 120 150 

Court and Legal Expense 679 825 1,660 1,000 

Taxes and Licenses __-_ 146 70 213 300 

Other Insurance _ __ 673 498 43 

Auto Expense ___ 208 376 

Miscellaneous 7,959 8,440 8,949 2,500 

Interest Paid __ _...._ 12,500 



$1,178,520 
77,514 



$1,194,540 
81,211 



$1,256,034 $1,275,751 



53,918 

37,000 

6,500 


$ 53,918 

37,000 

6,500 


400 


400 


32,000 
11,000 


132,000 
11,000 


3,000 
150 

1,000 
300 


3,000 
150 

1,000 
300 



TOTAL OPERATING _ _ __ 


$ 


190,859 


$ 


211,162 


$ 


251,442 


$ 


253,350 


$ 


245,268 


$ 


245,268 


TRAVEL 
In-State 


- $ 


44,181 
3,040 


$ 


47,055 
5,205 


$ 


47,105 
5,371 


$ 


45,500 
4,500 


$ 


45,500 
3,500 


$ 


45,500 


Out-of-State 


3,500 








TOTAL TRAVEL _ _.__ 


._.$ 


47,221 


$ 


52,260 


$ 


52,476 


$ 


50,000 


$ 


49,000 


$ 


49,000 


Land and Buildings _____ 

EQUIPMENT 
Offic<^- 

New Addition 


$ 


256,593 

19,525 
12,067 

139 


$ 


50,789 

20,465 
11,390 

99 


$ 


268,258 

14,504 
15,776 

109 


$ 


5,000 
2,000 


$ 


2,000 


$ 




Replacement 

Special — 
New Addition 




2,000 








TOTAL EQUIPMENT 
and BUILDINGS 


___$ 


288,324 


$ 


82,743 


$ 


298,647 


$ 


7,000 


$ 


2,000 


$ 


2,000 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES 


. $1,610,579 


$1,546,219 


$1,874,994 


$1,583,850 


$1,552,302 


$1,572,019 



AGENCY— UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION COMMISSION 

Program and Performance 

Title 87, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, establishes the Unemployment Compensation Commission. 

The Unemployment Compensation Commission is created and maintained for the purpose of directing appli- 
cants for work into jobs, providing employers with suitable workers, administering the system of unemployment 
insurance benefits set up for eligible unemployed men and women, collecting funds for this purpose from employers 
under mandate of legislative action and performing all of the related functions which tie these several objectives 
together into one over-all program. 




HIGHWAYS 



SUMMARY OF— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 1,612 1,795 1,800 1,979 1,966 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration----. $1,447,278 $1,822,731 $1,866,584 $1,369,760 $1,370,100 

Advertising 85,080 84,997 84,993 85,000 85,000 

Pre-Construction 1,800,033 1,732,881 1,866,715 3,100,000 3,061,000 

Right-of-Way 1,712,223 5,029,007 3,502,623 5,689,300 5,252,840 

Federal Aid Projects 1,847,162 2,467,147 2,614,032 4,910,000 4,850,000 

Pay. to Contractors 23,416,652 31,754,369 28,760,303 51,900,000 49,800,000 

Capital Outlay 1,370,383 1,028,176 1,116,716 952,250 1,013,000 

Highway Maintenance -- 6,614,992 6,503,730 6,725,795 7,052,000 7,193,000 

Access Roads- 14,964 12,103 19,170 20,000 30,000 

G.V.W. Division 178,368 184,007 205,043 220,000 220,000 

Importers Gas Tax 6,305 7,272 7,281 10,000 10,000 

Legislature Approp. 215,856 175,994 171,673 175,000 175,000 

Highway Bldg. Rep 48,911 39,065 28,095 80,000 10,000 

Adv. Pay. 104-70 T. Fd 15,546,475 5,978,580 (151,431) 

Interest and Sinking 530,000 (69,900) (185) 

Expenditure Credits -- (855,036) (881,919) (758,142) (962,000) (900,000) 

TOTAL $53,979,646 $55,868,240 $46,059,265 $74,601,310 $72,169,940 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $7,210,369 $8,307,833 $8,693,921 $11,186,130 $11,186,020 

Operating Expenses 5,819,799 8,599,835 7,163,041 9,647,430 9,263,420 

Travel and Misc. Exp. --. 476,600 732,825 803,780 1,372,500 1,362,500 

Pay. to Contractors 23,416,652 31,754,369 28,760,303 51,900,000 49,800,000 

Capital Outlay 1,370,383 1,028,176 1,116,716 952,250 1,013,000 

Access Roads 14,964 12,103 19,170 20,000 30,000 

G.V.W. Division 178,368 184,007 205,043 220,000 220,000 

Importers Gas Tax 6,305 7,272 7,281 10,000 10,000 

Legislature Approp. -- - 215,856 175,994 171,673 175,000 175,000 

Highway Bldg. Rep 48,911 39,065 28,095 80,000 10,000 

Adv. Pay. 1 04-70 T. Fd 15,546,475 5,978,580 (151,431) 

Interest and Sinking 530,000 (69,900) (185) 

Expenditure Credits (855,036) (881,919) (758,142) (962,000) (900,000) 

TOTAL .-$53,979,646 $55,868,240 $46,059,265 $74,601,310 $72,169,940 



1,956 



$ 1,418,000 

85,000 

3,022,000 

5,082,880 

4,810,000 

48,130,000 

1,030,300 

7,300,000 

30,000 

220,000 

10,000 

175,000 

10,000 



(930,000) 
$70,393,180 



$11,234,460 

9,130,620 

1,352,800 

48,130,000 

1,030,300 

30,000 

220,000 

10,000 

175,000 

10,000 



(930,000) 
$70,393,180 



FINANCING 

Highway Fund and 

Highway Trust Fund -$38,317,118 

Leased Land Revenue 1,118 

Specified U. S. Aid 

Construction 13,347,491 

Project Supervision .— . -— 917,742 

Right-of-Way 433,261 

Pre-Construction 962,9 1 6 

TOTAL FINANCING $53,979,646 



$26,256,856 
1,368 

24,133,321 
1,660,954 
2,591,232 
1,224,509 



$16,940,366 
299 

21,857,830 
1,759,042 
3,900,823 
1,600,905 



$25,425,810 
500 

38,925,000 
3,675,000 
4,250,000 
2,325,000 



$25,019,440 
500 

37,350,000 
3,600,000 
3,900,000 
2,300,000 



$24,667,680 
500 

36,100,000 
3,600,000 
3,800,000 
2,225,000 



$55,868,240 $46,059,265 $74,601,310 $72,169,940 $70,393,180 



162 




HIGHWAYS 








AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 












Division 


1957 Biennium 


1959 Biennium 


1961 Biennium 




Actual 


Actual 


Actual 


Estimate 


Recommended 


SUMMARY 


1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


Salaries and Wages 


$ 6,805,492 


$ 7,710,312 


$ 8,101,738 


$10,435,830 


$10,433,680 


$10,439,480 


Employee Benefits -- 


399,712 


590,735 


586,460 


743,800 


745,840 


788,480 


Commissioners' Per Diem 


5,165 


6,786 


5,723 


6,500 


6,500 


6,500 


TOTAL 


$ 7,210,369 


$ 8,307,833 


$ 8,693,921 


$11,186,130 


$11,186,020 


$11,234,460 






OPERATING 














Postage _ _ 


$ 12,295 


$ 20,328 


$ 14,985 


$ 12,150 


$ 12,200 


$ 12,100 


Office Supplies . 


57,218 


65,024 


71,123 


15,900 


14,900 


14,400 


Telephone and Telegraph 


13,866 


17,361 


18,200 


9,400 


8,800 


8,800 


Other Supplies 


35,062 


49,975 


50,171 


49,200 


48,160 


48,190 


Supplies and Materials 


2,024,202 


1,731,930 


1,822,388 


1,885,850 


1,935,000 


1,975,000 


Subscriptions and Dues 


2,355 


3,011 


2,474 


2,000 


2,000 


1,800 


Rentals - . 


1,405,455 


1,432,751 


1,447,351 


1,550,420 


1,630,420 


1,640,420 


Utilities & Janitor Supp. 


20,949 


50,498 


53,961 


55,000 


55,000 


55,000 


Transportation and Supp. 


565,772 


322,243 


414,989 


696,000 


687,000 


678,000 


Auto and Sundry Expense 


30,958 


32,397 


37,077 


19,000 


20,000 


21,000 


Auto Expense 


242 


1,586 


1,021 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Expenses 


68,460 


79,604 


54,230 


87,000 


84,000 


84,000 


Freight, Express . . . 


3,645 


4,585 


4,997 


4,100 


4,200 


4,100 


Court and Legal 


26,595 


489,759 


143,838 


275,000 


275,000 


275,000 


Photos, Highway Maps . 


29,098 


31,178 


33,476 


33,000 


31,480 


31,000 


Taxes -^ 


67 












Standard Plans 


7,540 


14,759 


10,393 








Specifications ... 


3,661 


7,370 










Conference Expense .. 


6,894 


10,459 


12,801 


5,100 


4,100 


4,100 


Legislation & Advertising 


136 












National Advertising 


29,969 


40,134 


34,253 


36,900 


36,900 


36,900 


Tourist Pamphlets .. . 


24,292 


10,246 


17,632 


14,700 


14,700 


14,700 


Information Pamphlets 




2,545 


1,772 


2,000 


2,000 


1,800 


County Eng. Consultation 


60 




306 








Field Manuals 


1,138 


495 










Technical Instruction 


3,708 


4 


1,152 


2,000 


1,800 


1,800 


Av/ards . . 


1,009 


6 




100 


100 


100 


Official Bonds 


423 


743 


515 


400 


450 


450 


Training Examinations 


228 


6 










Fire and Liability Ins. 


7,159 


3,830 










Fire Ins. — Buildings 




560 


1,034 


60,000 


1,000 


2,000 


Bond Sales Expense . 


135 


1,147 










Exhibiting 


2,268 


3,644 


3,257 


3,500 


3,500 


3,500 


Equipment Hire . 


34,738 


28,877 


12,895 


22,000 


24,000 


25,000 


Fencing Allowances .. ... 


137,386 


265,296 


210,112 


381,000 


350,000 


325,000 


Damages . ... . 


579,634 


2,174,208 


1,555,311 


2,300,000 


2,100,000 


2,000,000 


Right-of-Woy Purchases 


662,721 


1,688,860 


1,111,366 


2,108,000 


1,900,000 


1,850,000 


Right-of-Way Res. Studies 




4,665 










Gravel and Sand Pits 


14,446 


2,600 


1,251 


1,000 


1,500 


1,500 


Gas Distribution 


6,015 


1,691 


2,905 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


Signs and Signals ..... . 




44 


1,863 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Broadcasting 




165 


64 


110 


110 


110 


Press Expense . 




243 


338 


350 


350 


350 


Hired-Car Insurance 




100 










Secondary Road Maint. . 




4,908 


11,795 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


Public Relations 






511 


500 


500 


500 


Public Hearings 






454 


1,000 


500 


500 


Fiscal Audits 






780 


750 


750 


500 


TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 5,819,799 


$ 8,599,835 


$ 7,163,041 


$ 9,647,430 


$ 9,263,420 


$ 9,130,620 



AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1981 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMABY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1360-61 1961-62 1962-63 



TRAVEL & MISC. EXP. 

In-State __ 

Out-of-Stcrte 

TOTAL TRAVEL AND 
MISC. EXPENSE $ 476,600 $ 732,825 $ 803,780 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Equipment, Engineering $ 31,052 $ 44,515 $ 18,623 

Equipment, Office 49,946 69,831 50,664 

Automobiles 10,368 49,292 29,689 

Trucks -. .- 109,117 281,319 309,838 

Tractors 88,320 71,815 115,077 

Graders (1,535) 2,641 1,488 

Snow Removal Equipment ....__ 63,069 37,504 48,309 
Loading and Crushing 

Equipment (7,500) (876) 225 

Trailers 7,849 3,116 12,169 

Oiling Equipment 15,117 17,807 5,645 

Misc. Mobile Equipment 4,837 37,065 9,846 

Equipment, Minor-Mcrint. 

and Construction 3,626 1,474 1,676 

Stores, Office . (4,799) 7,969 3,294 

Stores, Mobile and Maint. 19,793 (24,194) 76,517 

Highway Buildings 874,700 239,426 231,375 

Division Shop Tools 15,583 16,293 15,455 

Authorized Shop Expend. 3,207 3,975 14,540 

Division Gas Storage 15,087 6,204 11,634 

Division Road Oil Stor. 14,960 3,150 10,846 

Radio Stations, 

Construction of (361) 1,140 32,599 

Equipment, Lab 17,061 12,647 19,231 

Equipment, Photographic 7,156 1,011 1,312 

Construction, Gravel and 

Sand Pits 33,730 45,086 (3,047) 

Gravel Production for 

Stores 107,690 58,568 

Stores, Automotive 

Repair Parts 25,546 40,481 

Stores, Gravel (33,270) 662 

TOTAL CAPITAL OUTLAY .$1,370,383 $1,028,176 $1,116,716 $952,250 $1,013,000 $1,030,300 



$1,367,800 


$1,357,800 


$1,347,800 


$ 40,000 


$ 40,000 


$ 43,000 


37,100 


33,500 


29,000 


45,000 


40,000 


40,000 


310,000 


300,000 


305,000 


120,000 


110,000 


115,000 


3,100 


1,500 


2,000 


60,000 


45,000 


47,000 




1,000 


1,000 


10,000 


10,000 


11,000 


20,000 


15,000 


17,000 


30,000 


25,000 


20,000 


1,900 


2,000 


2,100 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 




5,000 


5,000 


166,000 


250,000 


250,000 


13,000 


14,000 


14,000 




2,000 


2,500 


9,000 


10,000 


10,000 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


10,000 


5,000 


6,000 


20,000 


24,000 


27,000 


22,900 


6,500 


8,000 


25,250 


25,000 


25,000 




20,000 


20,000 




20,000 


22,000 




500 


700 



AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1357-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 150 

Salaries and Wages $ 846,964 

Commissioners' Per Diem --. 5,165 

Employee Benefits - - 316,387 

TOTAL -- $1,168,516 

OPERATING 

Postage - $ 8,466 

Office Supplies — - 55,333 

Blue Print Supplies _ 31,035 

Testing Supplies 3,589 

Photo Supplies 87 

Field Engineering Supplies 191 

Drafting Room Supplies — - 160 

Telephone and Telegraph 13,163 

Subscriptions and Dues 1,964 

Office Equip. Rental (86) 

I.B.M. Rental - 25,769 

Freight, Express 3,145 

Legal Advice — - 1,650 

Photos and Hiway Maps 27,858 

Taxes 67 

Standard Plans -- 7,540 

Specifications — 3,661 

Conference Expense - 6,894 

Legislation and Advert. 91 

County Eng. Consultation 60 

Field Manuals 1,138 

Technical Instruction 3,708 

Awards 1,009 

Official Bonds 423 

Training Examinations 228 

Utilities and Janitor Supp. 20,949 

Fire and Liability Ins. 7,159 

Bond Sales Expense 135 

Hiway Building Rental (286) 

Signs and Signals 

Exhibiting 

Radio Broadcasting 

T. V. Broadcasting 

Press Expense 

Information Phamplets 

Fiscal Audits 

Public Hearings 

Public Relations 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 225,100 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 53,662 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION ...... $1,447,278 



160 



160 



66 



66 



66 



$ 948,463 


$ 978,899 


$ 456,280 


$ 461,280 


$ 468,080 


6,786 


5,723 


6,500 


6,500 


6,500 


502,922 


510,392 


640,400 


642,400 


685,000 


$1,458,171 


$1,495,014 


$1,103,180 


$1,110,180 


$1,159,580 


$ 10,840 


$ 10,806 


$ 8,150 


$ 8,200 


$ 8,100 


63,893 


69,177 


15,000 


14,000 


13,500 


42,676 


41,032 


42,000 


41,000 


41,000 


5,934 


6,291 


6,500 


6,500 


6,500 


617 


471 


500 


510 


500 


666 


2,322 


200 


150 


190 


82 


55 








16,768 


17,510 


8,600 


8,000 


8,000 


2,689 


2,232 


2,000 


2,000 


1,800 


140 


5,601 


5,600 


5,600 


5.600 


22,915 


22,911 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


4,193 


4,530 


3,600 


3,700 


3,600 


3,050 










30,051 


29,878 


30,000 


28,480 


28,000 


14,759 


10,393 








7,370 










10,057 


12,362 
306 


5,000 


4,000 


4,000 


495 










4 


1,152 


2,000 


1,800 


1,800 


6 




100 


100 


100 


743 
6 

50,498 


515 


400 


450 


450 


53,961 


55,000 


55,000 


55,000 


3,830 










1,147 










(180) 


(180) 


(180) 


(180) 


(180) 


44 


1,863 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


80 


695 


700 


700 


700 


68 


4 


10 


10 


10 


97 


61 


100 


100 


100 


243 


338 


350 


350 


350 


2,545 


1,771 


2,000 


2,000 


1,800 




780 


750 


750 


500 




454 


1,000 


500 


500 




511 


500 


500 


500 



$ 296,326 $ 297,802 $ 216,880 $ 210,220 



$ 41,000 
8,700 



208,420 



$ 41,000 $ 41,000 
8,700 9,000 



$ 68,234 $ 73,769 $ 49,700 $ 49,700 $ 50,000 



$1,822,731 $1,866,584 $1,369,760 $1,370,100 $1,418,000 



HIGHWAYS 165 

AGENCY— fflGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

DISSEMINATION OF Actual Actuol Actual Estimate Recommended 

PUBLIC INFORMATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 4 3-f4PT 3 + 4 FT 3 + 4 FT 3 + 4 FT 3 + 4 FT 

Salaries $ 17,145 $ 14,703 $ 16,687 $ 17,400 $ 17,400 $ 17,400 

Employee Benefits 105 91 91 100 100 100 

TOTAL $ 17,250 $ 14,794 $ 16,778 $ 17,500 $ 17,500 $ 17,500 

OFERATING 

Fostage . ..„ $ 3,829 $ 9,488 $ 4,179 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 $ 4,000 

Office Supplies 1,885 1,131 1,946 900 900 900 

Telephone and Telegraph 703 593 690 800 800 800 

Subscriptions and Dues 391 322 242 

Fhotos and Maps 1,240 1,127 3,598 3,000 3,000 3,000 

Tourist Pamphlets 24,292 10,246 17,632 14,700 14,700 14,700 

Legislation and Advertising .... 45 

National Advertising 29,969 40,134 34,253 36,900 36,900 36,900 

Exhibiting . .._ 2,268 3,564 2,562 2,800 2,800 2,800 

Conference Expense 402 439 100 100 100 

Freight, Express 500 392 467 500 500 500 

Auto Expense 242 1,586 1,021 1,000 1,000 1,000 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 65,364 $ 68,985 $ 67,029 $ 64,700 $ 64,700 $ 64,700 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,466 $ 1,218 $ 1,187 $ 2,800 $ 2,800 $ 2,800 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 85,080 $ 84,997 $ 84,993 $ 85,000 $ 85,000 $ 85,000 



AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

PRE-CONSTRUCTION 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 268 339 

Salaries .$1,212,959 $1,405,897 

Equipment Hire ._ 21,302 4,741 

Transportation and Supplies 565,772 322,243 

TOTAL PRE-CONSTRUCTION _. $1,800,033 $1,732,881 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



342 



410 



405 



400 



$1,449,268 

2,458 

414,989 



$2,400,000 

4,000 

696,000 



$2,370,000 

4,000 

687,000 



$2,340,000 

4,000 

678,000 



$1,866,715 $3,100,000 $3,061,000 $3,022,000 



166 HIGHWAYS 

AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE— Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUPERVISION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 47* 48* 48* 48* 

Salaries and Wages $ 215,909 S 220,638 $ 220,890 $ 221,000 

Auto and Sundry Expense 30,958 32,397 37,077 19,000 

TOTAL SUPERVISION $ 246,867 $ 253,035 $ 257,967 $ 240,000 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1362-63 



48* 



225,000 
20,000 



48* 



S 229,000 
21,000 



$ 245,000 $ 250,000 



AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 

HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE— Actual Actual 

MAINTENANCE 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 717 728 

Salaries and Wages $2,862,810 $2,989,433 

Employees Benefits 81,604 85,137 

TOTAL $2,944,4 1 4 $3,074,570 

OPERATING 

Supplies and Materials $2,024,202 

Equipment Rental 1,380,058 

Equipment Hire 13,436 

Fire Insurance — Buildings 

Gas Distribution 6,015 

Hired-G^r Insurance 

Gravel and Sand Pits 

Secondary Road Maint. 

TOTAL OPERATING $3,423,711 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



730 



730 



730 



730 



$3,126,504 
73,351 



$3,216,150 
100,000 



$3,280,000 
100,000 



$3,330,000 
100,000 



$3,199,855 $3,316,150 $3,380,000 $3,430,000 



$1,731,930 


$1,822,388 


$1,885,850 


$1,935,000 


$1,975,000 


1,409,876 


1,419,019 


1,520,000 


1,600,000 


1,610,000 


24,136 


10,437 


18,000 


20,000 


21,000 


560 


1,034 


60,000 


1,000 


2,000 


1,691 

100 

2,924 


2,905 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


395 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


4,908 


11,795 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


$3,176,125 


$3,267,973 


$3,495,850 


$3,568,000 


$3,620,000 



TOTAL MAINTENANCE .,._. .$6,368,125 $6,250,695 


$6,467,828 


$6,812,000 


$6,948,000 


$7,050,000 


TOTAL HIGHWAY 
MAINTENANCE $6,61 4,992 $6,503,730 


$6,725,795 


$7,052,000 


$7,193,000 


$7,300,000 


AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 


Division 1957 Biennium 

STATE PARKS— Actual Actual 
ACCESS ROADS 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Construction and Maint. 
TOTAL 



$ 14,964 $ 12,103 $ 19,170 



$ 20,000 



$ 30,000 $ 30,000 



$ 14,964 $ 12,103 $ 19,170 $ 20,000 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 



* The number of positions will vary from day to day, the total number of people shown charge some of their time to maintenance and some of 
their lime to other types of work. No set number is used in this division. 



HIGHWAYS 
AGENCY— fflGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

RIGHT-OF-WAY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of PosiUons 56 72 80 100 

Salaries and Wages $ 223,015 $ 327,404 $ 424,285 $ 535,000 

Employee Benefits 1,616 2,585 2,625 3,300 

TOTAL $ 224,631 $ 329,989 $ 426,910 $ 538,300 

OPERATING 

Expenses $ 68,460 $ 79,604 $ 54,230 $ 87,000 

Fencing Allowances - - 137,386 265,296 210,112 381,000 

Damages 579,634 2,174,208 1,555,310 2,300,000 

Right-of-way Purchases 662,721 1,688,860 1,111,366 2,108,000 

Court Costs and Misc. ...... 24,945 486,709 143,839 275,000 

Gravel Pits 14,446 (324) 856 

Right-of-Way 
Research Studies 4,665 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,487,592 $ 4,699,018 $ 3,075,713 $ 5,151,000 

TOTAL RIGHT-OF-WAY „.-_$ 1,712,223 $5,029,007 $3,502,623 $5,689,300 



19E1 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1962-63 



100 



100 



$ 


540,000 


$ 


545,000 




3,340 




3,380 


$ 


543,340 


$ 


548,380 


$ 


84,000 


$ 


84,000 




350,000 




325,000 




2,100,000 




2,000,000 




1,900,000 




1,850,000 




275,000 




275,000 




500 




500 



$ 4,709,500 $ 4,534,500 



$ 5,252,840 $ 5,082,880 



AGENCY — HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1S59 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

FEDERAL AID PROJECTS 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Numb er of Positions 330 420 40 598 590 585 

Salaries and Wages $1,426,690 $1,803,774 $1,885,207 $3,590,000 $3,540,000 $3,510,000 

Travel and Misc. Exp 420,472 663,373 728,824 1,320,000 1,310,000 1,300,000 

TOTAL $1,847,162 $2,467,147 $2,614,031 $4,910,000 $4,850,000 $4,810,000 

CONSTRUCTION 

PAYMENTS TO CONT. .....$24,334,393 $31,754,369 $28,760,303 $51,900,000 $49,800,000 $48,130,000 

CAPITAL OUTLAY $ 1,370,383 $ 1,028,176 $ 1,116,716 $ 952,250 $ 1,013,000 $ 1,030,300 



168 HIGHWAYS 

AGENCY— HIGHWAY COMMISSION 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

G.V.W. Division $ 178,368 $ 184,007 $ 205,043 $ 220,000 $ 220.000 $ 220,000 

Importers' Gas Tax 
Collection Division S 6,305 $ 7,272 $ 7,281 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 

ADVANCE PAYMENTS 

Legislative Approp $ 215,856 $ 175,994 $ 171,673 $ 175,000 $ 175,000 $ 175,000 

Highway Bldg. Repairs - 48,911 39,065 28,095 80,000 10,000 10,000 
Advance Payments — 

104-70 Trust Fund 15,546,475 5,978,580 (151,431) 



TOTAL $15,811,242 $6,193,639 $ 48,337 $ 255,000 $ 185,000 $ 185,000 

EXPENDITURE CREDITS 

Blue Print Refunds - $ 59,177 $ 70,430 $ 104,167 $ 100,000 $ 105,000 $ 110,000 

Material Test Refund 188,538 297,585 257,285 250,000 275,000 300,000 

Gravel Production 107,743 20,000 20,000 

Handling Charge from 

Accounts Receivable -- 31,014 28,198 33,286 40,000 40,000 40,000 

Undistributed Shop 445,618 477,871 383,656 570,000 455,000 455,000 

Accounts Receivable 22,946 3,200 (20,252) 2,000 5,000 5,000 

Fire and Other Losses 4,635 

TOTAL $ 855,036 $ 881,919 $ 758,142 $ 962,000 $ 900,000 $ 930,000 

Interest and Sinking $ 530,000 $ (69,900) $ (185) 



Highway Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 .$ 1,880,864.47 

Income ._. 1 5,273,76 1 .63 

Expenditures 14,737,362.99 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,417,263.11 

Income 22,788,767.0 1 

Expenditures 1 7,525,073.08 

Transfer Out __ 6,213,466.72 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,467,490.32 

Income 25,547,332.64 

Expenditures 1 7,62 1 ,92 1 .87 

Transfer Out 3,177,236.14 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 6,215,664.95 

Highway Trust— U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,109,069.93 

Income 22,462,59 1 .52 

Expenditures 24,250,029.97 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,321,631.48 

Income 32,042,827.4 1 

Expenditures 30,035,421.64 

Transfer Out 4,299,649.16 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 29,388.09 

Income 35,258,232.96 

Expenditures 29,5 1 5,683. 1 

Transfer Out 4,830,141.65 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 941,796.30 

Trust Account — Federal Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 647,591.00 

Income 14,921,544.84 

Expenditures 16,923,346.98 



Balance June 30, 1958 ......($ 1,354,211.14) 

Expenditures (1 ,388,743.26) 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 34,532.12 

Expenditures 32,186.06 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2,346.06 

Highway Interest and Sinking 1945 Deb. 

Balance July 1, 1957 $1,348,715.37 

Income 1,757,814.12 

Expenditures 56,981.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 ....$3,049,548.49 

Income 49,103.44 

Expenditures 3,028,566.50 

Transfer Out 69,900.43 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 185.00 

Transfer Out 185.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



170 

AGENCY— fflGHWAY COMMISSION 



Program and Performance 

The Highway Commission of the State of Montana was created under the authority of Section 32-1601, Revised 
Codes of Montana, 1947. This section provides for a Commission composed of five members, appointed by the Gov- 
ernor, each commissioner to represent a district in the state composed of a certain number of counties. The counties 
which comprise each district are designated by this section. It is further provided that each commissioner shall hold 
office for a term of four years. 

No two commissioners may be appointed from the same district and not more than three members of the com- 
mission may be of the same political party. No state official may be a member of the Commission. 

The Commission chooses one of its number to be chairman. The chairman holds office for the term of one year. 
The Commission has the authority to appoint the State Highway Engineer and other employees of the Commission, 
and to fix the salaries of the Engineer and other employees. 

Each commissioner receives $15.00 for each day actually spent in performance of his duties, plus expenses in- 
curred by him in the discharge of his duties. However, no commissioner may receive more than $1,500 per diem pay- 
ments in any one year. 

The remainder of Chapter 16, Title 32, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, provides for the powers and duties of 
the Highway Commission of the State of Montana. These powers and duties include: 

1. Considercrtion of claims. 

2. Letting of contracts. 

3. Supervision of State Highway Engineer. 

4. Keeping a record of all transactions. 

5. Monthly progress report to governor. 

6. Compile statistics relative to state public highways. 

7. Investigate and determine the best methods of construction and maintenance of state public highways. 

8. Act in advisory capacity to counties in public highway matters. 

9. Make all rules necessary for government of state highway commission. 

10. Make all rules necessary to comply with the provisions of federal cdd road acts, and to obtain for the stale 
the full benefit of such acts. 

1 1. Employ such office and field men as deemed necessary. 

12. Let all contracts for work on state highways. 

13. Do any and all things necessary to cany out fully the cooperation contemplated by the federal aid road 
acts, relative to the construction and maintenance of roads and highways in the state. 

14. Organize and operate the highway maintenance program. 

15. Provide for the erection and maintenance of Highway guide signs, and the removal of unauthorized ad- 
vertising or other signs upon stcrte highways. 

16. Prepare and maintain the official road mop of the state. 

17. Obtain necessary rights of way, by purchase or condemnation. 

18. Sell lands purchased from the highway fund, but not necessary for stcrte highway purposes. 

19. Maintain and control the state highway fund and stcrte highway trust fund. 

20. Provide an accounting system for the handling of stcrte highway funds. 

21. Study, analyze or test the effects of weights on highways. 

22. Control the location of facilities of public utilities over, under and across state highways. 

23. Plan, designate, establish, regulate, vacate, alter, improve, maintain and provide controlled access facili- 
ties on controlled-access highways. 

24. Lay out, alter, construct, improve and maintain highways in the stcrte of Montana, and acquire deposits of 
roadbuilding materials. 

The purpose of the Montana Stcrte Highway Commission is to Icry out, alter, construct, improve and maintain 
highways in the stcrte of Montana. 



HIGHWAYS 
ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 



The State Advertising Department ploys an important role in one of the state's most thriving industries — the 
travel industry. The department and its budget have been established by the legislature. 

The department's objective is to promote and advertise for this industry which brings about 90 million dollars 
into the state every year. The present budget is $85,000 annually (about 13c per Montana citizen) which represents 
a Ic investment for every $10 brought into Montana by out-of-state visitors. 

The Advertising Department does not engage in a public relations program for any department, state office or 
other organization. 

Objective 

The department's program is twofold: 

1 . Arouse a desire to visit Montana by paid advertising and worthwhile promotional ventures. 

2. Get the tourist to stay longer in the state by encouraging the tourist industry and Montana citizens them- 
selves to "sell" Montana to our visitors. 

Staff 

The Advertising Department has a full-time staff of three people and employs five part-time people seasonally. 

Notional Advertising 

The basic function of the State Advertising Department is to invest as wisely as possible in paid advertising. 
The major expenditure of the department is for such paid advertising in national magazines and metropolitan 
newspapers to lure out-of-state visitors. About $34,000 will be spent for that in this fiscal year. All Montana adver- 
tisements carry coded coupons to invite inquiries. The total number of paid advertising impressions purchased was 
roughly 50 to 60 million. 

Travel Literature 

Montana's traditional sales piece is its highway map. The Advertising Department is responsible for the pur- 
chasing, production of the illustrated side, and distribution of this map. 

In addition, the Advertising Department prepares and distributes about 125,000 copies of the 36-page full-color 
booklet entitled "Your Montana Vacation"; a full-color "Ski Montana" folder, a campground directory, and a his- 
toric map hove also been created and distributed in the past year. 

Demand for this literature always exceeds the supply available. 

Literature Distribution and Information Dissemination 

Over 100,000 information requests (mostly vacation) are answered by the Advertising Department annually. This 
requires a large budget outlay for postage, envelopes, and literature, as well as the manpower to handle the re- 
quests. Because the flow of these requests is very seasonal, part-time, temporary help is employed to assist with 
the mailing during the peak period. 

Travel Writers 

Each year the department hosts (in cooperation with the Pacific Northwest Travel Association) travel writers 
on a tour of the state. Seven travel writers were brought to Montana during the 1960 season in two separate tours. 

In past years, as well as this year, these writers from top publications have written many articles with large 
headlines proclaiming Montana as a top travel promotion. A program to attract radio commentators has also been 
successful. Frank Hemingway was the guest of the Advertising Department several years ago and has been "sell- 
ing" Montana ever since. The department intends to invite Mr. Hemingway back to Montana in 1961. 

Travel Shows 

Montana was represented at seven Travel Shows through the combined efforts of local chambers of commerce 
and our membership in the Pacific Northwest Travel Association with the Advertising Department. In addition, the 
State Porks Division, the Fish and Gome Commission, and the State Advertising Department combined to represent 
Montana at the Spokane Sports Show. 

Travel Shows are considered by travel people the "gross roots" approach to the promotion of the tourist trade. 
Representatives at the shows man attractive booths, distribute literature, and "talk up" their areas as vocation pos- 
sibilities. Total attendance at the eight Travel Shows was approximotely 1,500,000 during the 1960 season. 



News Releases 

During the tourist season, weekly news releases and photographs are sent to several hundred metropolitan 
daily newspapers. This year articles and pictures about Montana ore appearing regularly in dozens of the nation's 
leading newspapers as a result of this program. 

Radio 

Every day, during the summer months, the Advertisiing Department writes a story, "WHAT IS GOING ON IN 
MONTANA" for release to Montana radio stations aimed at the tourist in his car. 

Magazine Publicity 

Pictures and stories from the Advertising Department appear almost monthly in one magazine or another. The 
Advertising Department is also constantly encouraging photographers and writers to depict Montana. 

Assistance for Writers 

Throughout the year, the Advertising Department receives many requests for information from book writers, en- 
cyclopedias, etc. The office seldom sees any of these publications, but knows that answering such requests in detail 
is worth while. 

Research 

Research is an important phase of the activities of any business concern. In 1958 the department assisted in one 
of the most extensive tourist surveys ever conducted by any area. The information published as a result of the sur- 
vey conducted by the Planning Survey Department, Montana State University, and the Bureau of Public Roads is 
invaluable, not only to the Advertising Department, but also to any organization or business in the tourist industry. 
This was a pilot project now being used by many states in the establishment of similar surveys. 

In 1959, the Advertising Department conducted a smaller survey to give continuity to this original work. 

Motion Pictures 

The Advertising Department is currently distributing 35 copies of several movies produced by the department 
over a period of years. These films have appeared on television stations in virtually every section of the nation, as 
well as hundreds of organizational showings to audiences sometimes as large as 1,500 people. The reaction to these 
excellent films has resulted in many glowing reports about Montana cmd the films themselves, both from television 
stations and the viewers, also. 

The latest film production by the department was released in 1958. The department will produce another film 
in 1961 if fimds are available. 

Other Programs 

There ore other smaller programs that this department carries out that hove not been mentioned, but ore im- 
portant. Tourist schools, aid to communities on specific tourist problems, talks to service clubs and chambers of 
commerce, and many other activities are designed to acquaint Montanans with ways to promote tourism. 

Conclusion 

This is a program that works. Montanans want it to work, because they realize the tourist industry is of major 
importance to the state's economy. Montana has too much to offer and too much to gain to sit on the sidelines and 
let neighboring states forge farther ahead. The state must continue to promote more and more aggressively, in the 
face of this growing competition. 



HIGHWAYS 



SUMMARY OF— STATE PARKS 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actuol Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


27 


31 


35 


35 


33 


33 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL __ 


.$100,667 


$103,654 


$120,813 


$150,695 


$127,410 


$126,135 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 48,1 10 

Operating Expenses — 38,524 

Travel . ._. 4,004 

Equipment 10,029 

Facilities completed for 

Bureau of Reclamation 

TOTAL $100,667 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 57,442 

Other 

Tiber Park Fund 300 

St. Parks Concessionaires 

Fund 7,727 

State Parks Federal Tax 379 

Canyon Ferry Park Fund 1,500 

State Park Fund 33,319 

Received from Bureau of 

Reclamation 

Acc'ts Receivable from 

Bureau of Reclamation 

TOTAL FINANCING ._ $100,667 



$ 54,223 

27,778 

4,774 

16,879 



$103,654 



$ 67,795 

27,346 

2,298 

1,280 

22,094 

$120,813 



$ 51,500 

27,000 

2,750 

17,664 

51,781 

$150,695 



$ 77,221 

29,789 

2,000 

18,400 



$127,410 



$ 77,387 

30,248 

2,000 

16,500 



$126,135 



$ 62,562 


$ 59,091 


$ 56,377 


$ 79,610 


$ 76,835 


103 


864 


687 


800 


800 


8,049 


5,493 


7,000 


7,000 


7,000 


3,591 
29,349 


4,907 
28,364 

19,457 


4,850 
30,000 


5,000 
35,000 


6,500 
35,000 




2,637 


51,781 







$103,654 



$120,813 



$157,695 



$127,410 $126,135 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1 957-58 $60,000 

Expenditures 57,442 



Balance -. $ 2,558 

Appropriation 1 958-59 $60,000 

Expenditures 62,562 



Reversion 



$ none 



Appropriation 1959-60 $61,350 

Expenditures - 59,091 



Balance - - $ 2,259 

Appropriation 1 960-6 1 -- $6 1 ,350 

Estimated Expenditures — 56,377 



Estimated Reversion - — . $ 7,232 



Tiber Park Fund 



Balance July I, 1957 .. 
Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1958 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance Jxme 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 



.- 450.00 
. 300.00 

$150.00 
_ 720.00 
. 103.37 

. $766.63 
.. 687.50 
_ 864.40 

. $589.73 



State Parks Federal Tax 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 320.34 

Income 1 ,37 1 .00 

Expenditures 379.02 



Balance $1,312.32 

Transfer to State Parks Fund 1,312.32 



Balance June 30, 1958 
Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1959 .. 
Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 „ 



State Porks Concessionaires Fiind 



Balance July 1, 1957 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1958 „_. 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 



..$1,026.45 
_ 7,589.95 
_ 7,726.69 

$ 889.71 
- 7,159.57 
.- 8,049.28 



. 6,557.25 
- 5,492.70 

-$1,064.55 



State Porks Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Income 



Transfer from State Forks 

Federal Tax Fund 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 
Income 

Expenditures — 



1958 



Balance June 30, 1959 
Income 



Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 



Balance July 1 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1958 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 



Canyon FMxy Park Fund 
1957 



.-$ 3,626.65 
_ 31,381.90 

- 1,312.32 
_ 33,318.62 

. $ 3,002.25 
_ 30,555.46 
.. 29,349.33 

$ 4,208.38 
._ 28,820.15 
.. 28,363.56 

. $ 4,664.97 



$1,200.44 
- 1,382.50 
.. 1,500.00 

$1,082.94 
.. 3,470.00 
.. 3,591.00 



$ 961.94 
-_ 4,457.50 
._ 4,907.02 



Balance June 30, 1960 



_$ 512.42 



HIGHWAYS 
AGENCY— STATE PARKS 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 27 31 35 35 

Salaries and Wages .$45,594 $51,037 $63,862 $47,300 

Employee Benefits 2,516 3,186 3,933 4,200 

TOTAL $48,110 $54,223 $67,795 $51,500 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 10 $ 34 $ 241 $ 250 

Supplies 11,574 8,644 719 1,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 184 1,734 735 750 

Printing 23 1,378 

Association Dues 50 50 

Subscriptions 30 45 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 15,812 5,206 16,599 13,155 

Utilities 803 820 1,104 1,200 

Soecial Items 

"Freight and Express 240 32 16 50 

Official Bonds .- _.. 150 155 150 150 

Auto Expense 1,420 344 2,000 2,000 

Taxes and Licenses 3,140 7,792 

Other Insurance 74 792 97 750 

Payments Concessionaires ..__ 5,094 258 5,493 7,000 

Uniforms 556 112 600 

Subsistence 33 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 38,524 $ 27,778 $ 27,346 $ 27,000 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,646 $ 4,349 $ 1,647 $ 2,000 

Out-of-state 358 425 651 750 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,004 $ 4,774 $ 2,298 $ 2,750 

Facilities for Bureau of 
Reclamation ____.. _ $ 22,094 $ 51,781 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition _ $ 368 1,280 500 

Replacement 72 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement 2,000 

Special — 

New Addition 9,589 $16,879 15,164 

Replacement 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT _ $ 10,029 $ 16,879 $ 1,280 $ 17,664 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $100,667 $103,654 $120,813 $150,695 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



33 



$ 72,085 
5,136 

$ 77,221 



100 

534 

1,500 

50 



$ 29,789 



$ 400 



3,000 

10,000 
5,000 

$ 18,400 



33 



$ 72,085 
5,302 

$ 77,387 



100 

534 

1,500 

50 



16,855 
1,200 


15,914 
1,200 


50 

150 

2,250 


50 

150 

2,250 


100 
7,000 


750 

7,000 

750 



$ 30,248 



$ 2,000 $ 2,000 



2,000 $ 2,000 



$ 1,500 

10,000 
5,000 

$ 16,500 



$127,410 



$126,135 



176 HIGHWAYS 

AGENCY— STATE PARKS 

Program and Performance 

Following is the stated purpose of the State Park system from the Revised Codes of Montana, 1947: 

Sec. 62-301 PURPOSE, That for the purpose of conserving the scenic, historic, archaeologic, 
scientific and recreational resources of the state, and of providing for their use and enjoyment, 
thereby contributing to the cultural, recreational and economic life of the people and their health, 
the State Highway Commission (hereinafter referred to as the Commission) is hereby vested with 
the duties and powers hereinafter set forth. 

It will be noted from the above "Purpose" that the State Park system is to accomplish three major tasks: 
1 . Conserve the scenic, historic, archaeologic, scientific and recreational resources of the state. 2. Provide for their 
use and enjoyment. 3. Thereby contributing to the cultural, recreational and economic life of the people. 

The accomplishment of these three objectives has been a monumental task. We feel that we hove a nice start 
on the program but are still a long way from accomplishing the task that should be done in the State of Montana. 
The park system currently has twenty-two recreational and historic sites. Proper development of these existing areas 
ranges from 10% to 75% complete . . . nowhere hove we been able to do a complete job. Over-use of the camping 
and picnic areas is becoming a greater problem every year. Deterioration of the historic sites is rapid. Improper 
facilities causes sanitation problems that should not exist. Each year we are turning more and more people away 
from our scenic attractions because we do not have the accommodations to take care of them. 

If we expect to accomplish the objectives as set forth for us by law the park system must hove an adequate 
budget to perform the task. We need to complete improvements in all parks, improve our water and sanitation facili- 
ties, preserve our historic sites, enlarge existing areas to accommodate more people and finally, we need to provide 
for an expanded system that will preserve more of our scenic and recreational attractions, preserve more of our 
historic sites and accomplish geographic distribution of the parks so that all the people of Montana will have ade- 
quate recreational facilities within easy reach. 

The budget called for by the State Parks Division is a necessity if we expect to accomplish these objectives. 




AGRICULTURE 



AGRICULTURE 
SUMMARY OF— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 19S8-S9 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 68 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 51,337 

Agricultural Statistics 9,940 

Comm. Feed and Fertilizers 16,194 

Dairy 42,690 

Grain Standards 134,396 

Horticulture 128,371 

Real Estate 7,823 

Rust Control 1,255 

Weights and Measures 58,085 

Hopper and Cricket 485 

Hopper and Cricket Payments __ 

TOTAL $450,576 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $336,837 

Operating Expenses 51,373 

Travel 52,721 

Equipment 9,645 

Hopper and Cricket Payments - 

TOTAL $450,576 

FINANCING 

General Fund $318,388 

Highway Fund 6,297 

Other 

Commercial Fertilizer 301 

Weights and Measures Rev. .. 3,250 

Grain Services Rev. __ 91,818 

Marketing Service U. S 10,108 

Commercial Feed 14,995 

Department Revolving 5,419 

TOTAL FINANCING $450,576 



90 



102 



93 74 + 15 PT 74 + 15 PT 



$ 54,739 


$ 43,043 


$ 45,808 


$ 34,028 


$ 34,079 


15,934 


18,508 


21,828 


17,379 


20,458 


21,378 


19,549 


22,392 


26,793 


28,119 


42,880 


52,956 


56,469 


55,598 


55,873 


158,662 


172,574 


178,696 


182,349 


184,369 


122,427 


137,427 


143,416 


143,567 


145,629 


6,256 


9,655 


9,976 


6,691 


6,701 


2,177 


1,365 


1,509 


1,441 


1,443 


65,170 


99,213 


84,125 


85,827 


78,493 


1,212 










100,000 











$590,835 



$554,290 



$564,219 



$553,673 



$555,164 



$361,884 


$408,897 


$422,906 


$428,341 


$437,617 


65,240 


64,898 


72,974 


56,745 


57,895 


52,034 


55,103 


64,730 


56,702 


56,702 


11,677 


25,392 


3,609 


11,885 


2,950 


100,000 










$590,835 


$554,290 


$564,219 


$553,673 


$555,164 


$396,356 


$328,116 


$330,931 


$307,331 


$305,476 


6,259 


6,254 


6,300 


6,300 


6,300 


5,991 


7,086 


7,789 


10,034 


10,303 




9,074 


9,000 


12,000 


12,000 


149,437 


172,574 


178,696 


182,349 


184,369 


11,207 


13,637 


11,800 


11,800 


11,800 


15,326 


12,463 


14,603 


16,759 


17,816 


6,259 


5,086 


5,100 


7,100 


7,100 



$590,835 



$554,290 



$564,219 



$553,673 



$555,164 



AGRICULTURE 



STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 $465,107 Carry-over _ ---$ 2,828 

Expenditures — - 318,389 Appropriation 1959-60 $366,280 

Expenditures 328, 1 24 



Balance ._..- $146,718 Transfer Out 16 



Appropriation 1958-59 ......$311,470 Balance $ 40,968 

Expenditures _... 396,357 

Transfers Out 495 Appropriation 1960-61 $344,050 

Less Carry-over 2,828 Estimated Expenditures — .. 330,931 



Reversion $ 58,508 Estimated Reversion $ 54,087 

STATE APPROPRIATION 

Highway Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 .......$6,300 Appropriation 1959-60 $6,300 

Expenditures 6,297 Expenditures _ 6,254 

Balance -.. $ 3 Balance _ $ 46 

Appropriation 1958-59 $6,300 Appropriation 1960-61 $6,300 

Expenditures _ 6,259 Estimated Expenditures 6,300 



Reversion - $ 44 Estimated Reversion $ 46 



Commercial Fertilizer Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 

Income $ 5,655.44 

Expenditures 300.80 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,354.64 

Income . 10,422.81 

Expenditures 5,990.7 1 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 9,786.74 

Income 8,794.24 

Expenditures 7,086.2 1 

Transfer Out 576.85 



Balance June 30, 1960 $10,917.92 

Weights and Measures 
Special Revolving Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 

Income - $ 7,933.12 

Expenditures .- 3,250.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 4,683.12 

Income 8, 1 1 1 .56 



Balance June 30, 1959 _...$1 2,794.68 

Income .- 10,161.97 

Expenditures 9,073.17 



Balance June 30, 1960 $13,883.48 



AGRICULTURE 



Grcdn Services Revolving Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 18,923.92 

Income 156,401.42 

Expenditures -- _ 91,818.27 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 83,507.07 

Income ______ 164,008.31 

Expenditures .— - _____ 1 49,436.7 1 

Transfer Out 9,624.73 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 88,453.94 

Income 164,682.44 

Expenditures 1 72,575.41 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 80,560.97 

Marketing Service 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 99.03 

Income 1 2,500.00 

Expenditures 10,108.13 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,490.90 

Income 1 1,500.00 

Expenditures 1 1,206.86 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 2,784.04 

Income 13,000.00 

Expenditures 13,636.56 

Balance June 30, 1960 ___ $ 2,147.48 

Commercial Feed Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $14,324.54 

Income 1 3,740.00 

Expenditures 14,995. 19 



Balance June 30, 1958 $13,069.35 

Income __. 13,155.00 

Expenditures __ 15,326.11 



Balance June 30, 1959 $10,898.24 

Income 10,763.50 

Expenditures 12,463.21 

Transfer Out _____ 544.91 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 8,653.62 

Department of Agriculture 
Revolving Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,565.34 

Income _ 1 0,745.0 1 

Expenditures 5,4 1 9.04 



Balance June 30, 1958 _. _ _ _._. $ 7,891.31 

Income 10,402.86 

Expenditures 6,259.27 

Transfer Out :_ 5,054.25 



Balance June 30, 1959 __ .__ ., $ 6,980.65 

Income __ _ 10,879.95 

Expenditures 5,086.83 

Transfer Out 3,980.65 



Balance June 30, 1960 _ __ . $8,793.12 



180 AGRICULTURE 
AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Bienniiun 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 

Board Members) 68 90 102 93 

Salaries and Wages $317,474 $339,787 $383,330 $394,747 

Employee Benefits 19,363 22,097 25,567 28,159 

TOTAL $336,837 $361,884 $408,897 $422,906 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,955 $ 3,608 $ 3,489 $ 3,680 

Supplies .___„ 16,568 13,308 8,299 8,920 

Telephone and Telegraph 3,463 3,735 3,898 4,152 

Printing 6,168 9,457 8,942 14,000 

Association Dues 270 170 370 300 

Subscriptions 229 19 3 10 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,700 8,679 10,582 11,247 

Utilities _.. 3,342 4,129 4,153 4,600 

Special Items 

Sample Purchases 50 

Investigation 187 250 

Freight and Express 1,574 2,268 2,433 2,805 

Official Bonds ...— 268 495 385 480 

Auto Expense _____ 1,682 2,394 2,748 2,500 

Other Insurance 82 72 81 80 

Bands and Tags 1,493 1,751 1,382 1,470 

Miscellaneous 9,579 15,155 8,279 8,470 

Egg Seals 4,124 4,200 

Bacteria Tests for 

Dairy Products 1,158 1,160 

Dairy Testing Supplies .__ -- 544 500 

Transcripts 250 500 

Chemical and Lab. Supplies . 2,198 2,000 

Scientific Apparatus 175 200 

Physical Plant ..._... 1,218 1,400 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 51.373 $ 65,240 $ 64,898 $ 72,974 

TRAVEL 

In-State ______ $ 50,241 $ 50,348 $ 53,249 $ 61,137 

Out-of-State 2,480 1,686 1,854 3,593 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 52,721 $ 52,034 $ 55,103 $ 64,730 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 925 $ 9,841 $ 2,294 $ 425 

Replacement 405 96 313 805 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 8,100 

Replacement 13,792 

Special — 

New Addition ______ 6,814 651 549 1,879 

Replacement _ 1,501 1,089 344 500 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT .$ 9,645 $11,677 $25,392 $ 3,609 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES _ ___ $450,576 $490,835 $554,290 $564,219 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



74 + 15 PT 74 + 15 PT 



$398,957 
29,384 

$428,341 



$406,767 
30,850 

$437,617 



3,126 
8,134 
3,978 
8,429 
300 
10 

11,888 
4,300 

60 

200 

2,360 

415 

2,500 

80 

1,480 

4,200 

1,160 
500 
250 

2,000 
175 

1,200 



$ 56,745 



$ 56,382 
320 

$ 56,702 



$ 235 



6,500 

1,900 
2,250 
1,000 

$ 11,885 



3,126 
8,134 
3,978 
10,579 
300 
10 

10,888 
4,300 

60 

200 

2,360 

415 

2,500 

80 

1,480 

4,200 

1,160 
500 
250 

2,000 
175 

1,200 



$ 57,895 



$ 56,382 
320 

$ 56,702 



$ 1,950 

1,000 

$ 2,950 



$553,673 



$555,164 



AGRICULTURE 
AGENCY— AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 

Board Members) 3 + 1 PT 4 -f 1 PT 4 + 1 PT 4 + 1 PT 

SalcQ-ies and Wages $26,078 $25,189 $22,359 $23,850 

Employee Benefits - 10,769 11,523 12,769 13,763 

TOTAL $36,847 $36,712 $35,628 $37,613 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 476 $ 464 $ 384 $ 400 

Supplies - 5,715 2,516 646 750 

Telephone and Telegraph 298 211 354 400 

Printing 858 829 523 1,000 

Association Dues 170 70 270 170 

Subscriptions 226 16 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 383 ' 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 4 

Official Bonds 40 60 35 35 

Other Insurance 41 36 81 80 

Miscellaneous 1,459 7,418 188 200 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 9,287 $12,003 $ 2,481 $ 3,035 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,869 $ 4,751 $ 4,271 $ 4,500 

Out-of-state 799 710 109 660 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,668 $ 5,461 $ 4,380 $ 5,160 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 311 $ 474 $ 554 

Replacement 224 

Special — 

New Addition 89 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 535 $ 563 $ 554 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 51,337 $ 54,739 $ 43,043 $ 45,808 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 23,200 
1,609 

$ 24,809 



$ 23,860 
1,700 

$ 25,560 



$ 441 



35 
80 



$ 3,519 



4,500 
200 



$ 4,700 



$ 441 



324 


324 


1,669 


969 


170 


170 



35 



$ 2,819 



4,500 
200 



$ 4,700 



$ 1,000 $ 1,000 



$ 34,028 $ 34,079 



182 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF— ADMINISTRATION 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 1, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, implements Article XVII of the Montana Constitution estab- 
lishing the Department of Agriculture. 

The Department of Agriculture is a Department provided for by the constitution of the State of Montana for the 
general purpose of promoting the agricultural interests of the State. 

The Commissioner, who is appointed by the Governor, is empowered to prescribe regulations not inconsistent 
with low, for the government of the department, the conduct of its employees, the distribution and performance of 
its business and the custody, use and preservation of the records, papers, books, documents and property of the 
Department. 

The duties in general of the Department are to encourage and promote, in every practicable manner, the in- 
terests of agriculture; to collect and publish statistics relating to the production and marketing of crops; to establish 
and promulgate standards for grade and other classification of farm products; to act as a clearing house between 
producer and consumer; to gather and diffuse timely information concerning the supply, demand, prevailing prices 
and the commercial movement of farm products; to cooperate with the State College of Agriculture, the agricultural 
experiment stations and the federal government to the' end that all available agencies may be employed to the best 
advantage for the betterment of the agricultural industries of the State, for the improvement of country life and for 
promoting equality of opportunity for the farmers of the State. 

For the purpose of orderly administration of the affairs of the Department of Agriculture, the department is or- 
ganized in divisions of Horticulture Inspection and Quarantine Service, Dairying, Grain Standards and Marketing, 
Weights and Measures, Real Estate, Commercial Feeds and Commercial Fertilizers, Agricultural Statistics and Rust 
Control. 

There is no person living in the State of Montana, or passing through, thcrt is not affected by some service ren- 
dered by the Department of Agriculture. 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT 


OF 


AGRICULTURE 










183 


Division 

AGHICOLTUHAL STATISTICS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


^-3 + 


2 PT 


3 


+ 2 PT 


3 -4- 3 PT 


3 + 


3 PT 


3 + 


1 PT 


3 -f 1 PT 


Salaries and Wages 


$ 


9,445 
216 




$ 12,951 
227 


$ 17,471 
443 


- $ 


17,999 
549 


$ 


15,780 
1,019 


$ 15,960 


Employee Benefits — 




1,068 








TOTAL 


$ 


9,661 


$ 13,178 


$ 17,914 


$ 


18,548 


$ 


16,799 


$ 17,028 








OPERATING 
Supplies 




61 




$ 76 
2,655 


$ 32 
10 

53 


$ 


25 
2,700 

55 


$ 


30 
50 


$ 30 


Printing 




2,900 


Special Items 

Miscellaneous 


$ 










TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


61 


$ 2,731 


$ 95 


$ 


2,780 


$ 


80 


$ 2,930 








TRAVEL 
In-State 


$ 


218 




$ 25 


$ 499 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 500 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


fP 


218 


$ 25 


$ 499 


$ 


500 


$ 


500 


$ 500 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES , 


_.„_ $ 


9,940 




$ 15,934 


$ 18,508 


$ 21,828 


$ 


17,379 


$ 20,458 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS 



Program and Performance 

The assembly, preparation and publication of agricultural statistics is handled under a formal cooperative 
agreement between the Montana Department of Agriculture and the United States Department of Agriculture. Under 
this agreement funds appropriated by the Montana Legislature are used for the purpose of collecting and dissemi- 
nating agricultural data of unusual or detailed character which could otherwise not be handled by the Agricultural 
Marketing Service of the United States Department of Agriculture. This Federal Agency issues many reports con- 
taining "State" agricultural data. With the cooperation of the Montana Department of Agriculture, data relating to 
agriculture by counties and of special and unusual character can be assembled and published. 

Through the facilities of the office of the Agricultural Statistician, of the Federal agency, the Montana Depart- 
ment of Agriculture has use of Federal funds to match with State appropriated Funds. Under the provisions of the 
Agricultural Marketing Act of 1946, the Federal funds may be matched with State appropriated funds and used for 
the assembly and publication of basic data useful to persons engaged in marketing Montana agricultural products. 

In addition to the biennial publiccrtion "Montana Agricultural Statistics," printed, 104 pages, the program in- 
cludes the following mimeographed reports: Montana Cottle Movements — showing numbers moved by class, by 
Stoles of destination, by market category — monthly; stocks of grains in all positions, quarterly; ocreoge, yield and 
production of wheat, barley and oats by counties, onnuol; wheat production by protein groups by principal grow- 
ing counties. 



AGRICULTURE 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, 


DEPARTMENT 


OF 








Division 

COMMERCIAL FEEDS 
AND FERTIUZERS 


1957 Biennium 
Actuol Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 


1 + 2 PT 


1 + 3 PT 


1 + 4 PT 


1 + 4 PT 


2 -f 4 PT 2 -f 4 PT 







Salaries and Wages - $ 8,407 

Employee Benefits 217 



TOTAL 



$ 8,624 



S 12,833 
419 

$ 13,252 



S 14,044 
519 

$ 14,563 



S 15,500 
543 

$ 16,043 



$ 20,160 
1,534 

$ 21,694 



$ 20,740 
1,630 

$ 22,370 



OPERATING 

Postage ..-, 

Supplies --- -- -_ 

Telephone and Telegraph 
Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions - . -- 

Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous 

Chemicals 

Laboratory Supplies 

Sample Purchase 



S 1,937 
'.. 570 



43 



817 



TOTAL OPERATING . . $ 3,367 



TRAVEL 

In-State - 
Out-of-Stcrte 



TOTAL TRAVEL 



__ _. $ 989 



S 60 


















1,971 


$ 


158 














3 


















882 




735 


S 


1,210 

30 

7 


$ 


1,000 

30 

7 


$ 


1,000 

30 

7 


52 








372 




100 




100 


1,461 




480 

965 

1,233 




1,000 

1,000 

50 




1,000 

1,000 

60 




1,000 

1,000 

60 


f^ .'. , ' " "• 


;■ 


"-"1 


$ 


3,669 


$ 


3,197 


$ 


3,197 




$ 


308 
781 


$ 


602 
578 


S 


602 


$ 


602 



$ 894 



$ 1,089 



$ 1,180 



$ 602 



$ 602 



EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition - - $ 380 S 2,803 

Special — 

New Addition ___ 2,834 

Replacement 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 3,214 



$ 2,e 



$ 326 



300 
1,200 

1,500 



700 
600 



$ 1,950 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..._. $ 16,194 



$ 21,378 



$ 19,549 



$ 22,392 



$ 26,793 



$ 28,119 



AGRICULTURE 
AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— COMMERCIAL FEEDS 



Program coid Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 20, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

In 1959, companies registered 1,192 feeds in Montana. The bulk of these feeds, in order of quantity, are cattle 
and sheep range pellets, dairy feeds, hog feeds, poultry feeds, horse feeds and dog feeds. 

The Montana Commercial Feeds Law requires guarantees on the feed label for certain components such as crude 
protein, crude fat and crude fiber. These guarantees are checked by chemical analysis of the sample secured by the 
Inspector. Other guarantees, for example, maximum salt, vitamin A and Dynavac, are checked on some feeds. The 
v^ridespread use of added vitamins and medicaments in commercial feeds has increased tremendously the analytical 
v^rork load during the past five years. 

The analytical results and any comments on mislabeling are reported to retailers, manufacturers and the Com- 
missioner of Agriculture for each sample. In addition, these data are assembled in a published report which is issued 
when sufficient material has accumulated. 

Commercial Fertilizers 

Title 3, Chapter 17, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

Commercial fertilizers registered and sold for field use in Montana average about 40,000 tons per year. A much 
smaller volume of specialty fertilizers are registered and sold for use on lawns, gardens, flower beds and also flower 
boxes and pots. 

Commercial fertilizers are inspected for labeling requirements and sampled to determine if the plant nutrient 
content meets the guarantee stated on the label. Fertilizers used in the larger amounts are sampled at more than one 
retail outlet. Most analyses are those for nitrogen, available phosphorus (P:;0.-,) and potassium (KoO). Those fertilizers 
guaranteeing other elements such as calcium or sulfur are also checked for those elements. 

The results of the analyses of each sample are sent to the retail outlet where the sample was obtained, to the 
manufacturer and to the Commissioner of Agriculture. The results of the analyses of all samples are tabulated in a 
published form once each year. 



186 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 



AGRICULTURE 



Division 



DAfflY 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimcrte 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) . 



Salaries and Wages _ $29,191 $29,738 $32,700 $33,498 $33,600 $34,200 

Employee Benefits 859 1,007 1,307 1,417 2,448 2,573 

TOTAL $ 30,050 $ 30,745 $ 34,007 $ 34,915 $ 36,048 $ 36,773 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 563 

Supplies — 219 

Telephone and Telegraph 247 

Printing 207 

Subscriptions - 3 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 63 

Official Bonds 75 

Miscellaneous 557 

Auto Expense 

Dairy Testing Supplies 

Egg Seals -— 

Bacteria Tests for 

Dairy Products _ 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,934 $ 3,118 $ 9,183 $ 9,130 $ 7,480 $ 7,480 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 10,022 $ 8,716 $ 9,493 $ 11,500 

Out-of-state 208 227 43 245 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 10,230 $ 8,943 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition $ 226 

Replacement 250 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 476 __^ 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -— $ 42,690 $ 42,880 $ 52,956 $ 56,469 $ 55,598 $ 55,873 



$ 696 


$ 472 


$ 480 


$ 490 


$ 490 


119 


590 


590 


309 


309 


241 


367 


367 


321 


321 


399 


496 


400 


367 


367 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


359 










46 


86 


85 


85 


85 


60 


45 


45 


45 


45 


1,151 


1,298 


1,300 






44 












544 


500 


500 


500 




4,124 


4,200 


4,200 


4,200 




1,158 


1,160 


1,160 


1,160 



$ 9,536 $ 11,745 



$ 11,500 
120 

$ 11,620 



$ 11,500 
120 

$ 11,620 



20 
20 



34 



7 
223 



$ 74 



$ 230 



$ 679 



$ 679 



300 
150 



$ 450 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— DAIRY 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 24, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

"The Dairy Division shall have the general regulation of the industry of dairying in this State, including the 
regulations and sanitary inspections of all creameries, butter and cheese factories, milk or cream receiving stations 
and ice cream factories. Enforce the Laws of the State regulating the standards of all dairy products." 

This Division is also charged with enforcement of Montana Egg Law; and the Oleomargarine Low. 

In carrying out the above. Dairy Division personnel make sanitary inspections of approximately 500 dairy plants 
and continuously checks wholesomeness of dairy products manufactured and sold. Check butterfat tests on which 
producers are paid for milk and cream sold to processing plants. 

In carrying out the duties of the Egg Law and Oleomargarine Law; and in enforcement of dairy products stand- 
ards. Dairy Division personnel inspect these products in all wholesale and retail food establishments in the public 
eating places. 

This Division also supervises all U. S. Department of Agriculture grading of dairy products, eggs and poultry 
in Montana, and works with the Federal Food and Drug on Interstate shipments of these products. 

Dairy Division promoted improved quality and greater production of Montana produced milk, cream, poultry 
and eggs. Through this program Montana consumers ore provided an adequate supply of high quality Montana 
produced dairy products, eggs and poultry. 



188 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 




AGRICULTURE 














Division 

GRAIN STANDARDS 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 




17 




21 


23 -f 


3 PT 


23 + 


3 PT 


23 + 3 PT 


23 + 


3 PT 








Salaries and Wages 


$1 


14,183 
3,527 


$134,579 
4,313 


$146,375 
5,496 


$150,000 
5,496 


$151,297 
11,091 


$1 


53,817 


Employee Benefits 




11,591 








TOTAL - 


$1 


17,710 


$138,892 


$151,871 


$155,496 


$162,388 


$1 


65,408 








OPERATING 

Postage 




6,666 

363 

2,015 

562 
2,271 

1,462 
18 
73 
41 

184 


$ 


1,040 

6,927 

462 

2,020 

781 
2,920 

2,204 

210 

114 

36 

90 


$ 


994 
5,219 

406 
4,537 

1,039 
2,835 

2,257 
155 

175 

1,218 

36 


$ 


1,100 

5,750 

425 

4,800 

1,300 
3,100 

2,600 
200 

200 

1,400 

125 


$ 1,017 

5,411 

425 

2,858 

2,300 
3,000 

2,200 
175 

175 
1,200 


$ 


1,017 


Supplies 


$ 


5,411 


Telephone and Telegraph .- 




425 


Printing - 




2,858 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities 




1,300 
3,000 


Special Items 

Freight and Express - 




2 20n 


Official Bonds „„ 




175 


Auto Expense 

Other Insurance 







Scientific Apparatus 

Physical Plant 




175 
1 200 


Miscellaneous 












TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


13,655 


$ 


16,804 


$ 


18,871 


$ 21,000 


$ 18,761 


$ 


17,761 








TRAVEL 

Tn-Strrte 


$ 


735 


$ 


1,111 


$ 


1,182 


$ 


1,200 


$ 1,200 


$ 


1,200 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


735 


$ 


1,111 


$ 


1,182 


$ 


1,200 


$ 1,200 


$ 


1,200 








EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition 


.....$ 


124 

181 

1,991 


$ 


630 
76 

339 
810 


$ 


306 
344 


$ 


500 
500 








Replrrrement 










TOTAL EQUIPMENT .„„ 


._.„ $ 


2,296 


$ 


1,855 


$ 


650 


$ 


1,000 










TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES . 


„___ $134,396 


$158,662 


$172,574 


$178,696 


$182,349 


$184,369 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— GRAIN STANDARDS 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 2, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

The grain inspection branch of the Department of Agriculture was first established in 1920 to provide for the 
official sampling, inspection, grading, and testing of grain. 

There are four sources from which samples are received for testing. The individual farmer or owner, the coun- 
try elevator which takes the samples from farmers' trucks, the farmers granary when he applies for a Commodity 
Credit loan, and from carloads sampled at official inspection points in Montana — Great Falls, Shelby, Lewistown, 
and Harlowton. 

The U. S. Grain Standards are the official grain standards for Montana and the grading is done by inspectors, 
licensed under the Act. Such inspectors must prove their ability to apply the Standards by passing an examina- 
tion given by the Grain Branch of the U. S. Department of Agriculture and after a training period of four or more 
years before such examination. 

State Weighers are stationed at terminal elevators at Great Falls, Shelby, and Lewistown to supervise the 
weighing of all carloads received and shipped. These fees, salaries, and operating costs are handled in the same 
way as port of the Grain Services Revolving Fund. 

From fifteen to twenty thousand samples are received from country elevators each year, and about the same 
number from farmers' granaries. Carload inspections run from twenty to twenty-two thousand a year. A total of 
about eight thousand cars are weighed in and out of terminal elevators each year. 



190 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF 



AGRICULTURE 



Division 



REAL ESTATE 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) _. 



Salaries and Wages - 


$ 


3,674 
70 


$ 


3,749 
68 


$ 


3,985 

93 


$ 


4,500 
166 


$ 


3,780 
292 


$ 


3,780 


Employee Benefits 




302 








TOTAL -. - 


$ 


3,744 


$ 


3,817 


$ 


4,078 


$ 


4,666 


$ 


4,072 


$ 


4,082 








OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies -- 


....$ 


202 

499 

94 

1,217 

100 

5 
1,050 


$ 


158 
163 
137 
896 
100 

5 
283 


$ 


350 
160 
165 
1,300 
100 

5 
863 
187 
250 


$ 


380 
175 
170 
1,790 
100 

5 
890 
250 
500 


$ 


237 
175 
149 
1,138 
100 

5 

200 
250 


$ 


237 
175 


Telephone and Telegraph __. . 
Printing 




149 
1,138 


Association Dues . 




100 


Special Items 

Official Bonds . 

Miscellaneous 




5 


Investigation 




200 


Transcript 




250 








TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


3,167 


. $ 


1,742 


$ 


3,380 


$ 


4,260 


$ 


2,254 


$ 


2,254 








TRAVEL 
In-State 










$ 


346 
677 


$ 


365 
685 


$ 


365 


$ 


365 


Out-of-Stcrte 












TOTAJ. TRAVEL 


..._$ 


912 


$ 


697 


$ 


1,023 


$ 


1,050 


$ 


365 


$ 


365 


EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition -— 










$ 


1,174 




















TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 


1,174 










TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .„ 


-$ 


7,823 


$ 


6,256 


$ 


9,655 


$ 


9,976 


$ 


6,691 


$ 


6,701 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— REAL ESTATE DIVISION 



Program and Performance 

Title 66, Chapter 19, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, as amended by Chapter 129, Session Laws of 1957, estab- 
lishes this division. 

The Real Estate Division has the responsibility of enforcing the real estate law. The purpose of the Act is to pro- 
tect the buyers and sellers of property. This involves the licensing of real estate brokers and salesmen. Before a li- 
cense con be obtained, the low requires that a $5,000 surety bond and the recommendation of five freeholders must 
be submitted to this division. 

In the event some buyer or seller of property has been injiired by the action of a broker or salesman and sub- 
mits a complaint to this division, it becomes necessary then to investigate, and if it is found necessary a hearing is 
held to determine what disciplinary action should be taken, if any, against the individual who was responsible. 

The Real Estate Division has been active since 1955 in protecting the people of the State of Montana against 
what is known as the Advance Fee Racket. The Legislature assisted by amending the real estate low to cover this 
activity and in 1959 passed a special Act which declares that under certain circumstances this activity is a felony 
with very severe penalties. The Real Estate Division has met with some success in curtailing the activities of those 
engaged in this racket. 



AGRICULTURE 191 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

HORTICULTURE 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 19 + 4 PT 20 + 4 PT 23 -f 5 PT 23 + 5 PT 24 + 4 PT 24 + 4 PT 

Salaries and Wages ___ $93,365 $84,597 $100,885 $101,500 $104,760 $106,440 

Employee Benefits ..__„ 2,706 3,311 3,261 4,486 7,973 8,355 

TOTAL $96,071 $87,908 $104,146 $105,986 $112,733 $114,795 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 115 $ 542 $ 273 $ 300 $ 300 $ 300 

Supplies 725 874 1,065 1,200 880 880 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,944 1,967 2,113 2,300 2,259 2,259 

Printing 210 1,277 658 1,300 715 715 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,095 4,342 4,655 4,800 4,600 4,600 

Utilities 1,071 1,209 1,318 1,500 1,300 1,300 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 32 13 22 50 25 25 

Official Bonds 110 110 110 150 110 110 

Bands and Tags 1,407 1,431 1,314 1,400 1,400 1,400 

Miscellaneous 3,743 3,552 3,202 3,500 

TOTAL OPERATING $13,452 $15,317 $14,730 $16,500 $11,589 $11,589 

TRAVEL 

In-State __„ _.$ 18,813 $ 18,431 $ 18,248 $ 20,000 $ 19,245 $ 19,245 

Out-of-Stcrte 500 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 18,813 $ 18,431 $ 18,248 $ 20,500 $ 19,245 $ 19,245 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition -..$ 35 $ 771 $ 303 $ 125 

Replacement -.. 305 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 35 $ 771 $ 303 $ 430 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -----$128,371 $122,427 $137,427 $143,416 $143,567 $145,629 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— HORTICULTURE DIVISION 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 11, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

The service establishes and promulgates standards for containers for farm products and standards for grades 
and other classifications of fruits and vegetables. It cooperates with the State College, Experiment Stations and the 
Federal Government to the best advantage for the betterment of agricultural industries of the State of Montana. The 
service shall enforce all of the laws of the State of Montana now in force or hereafter enacted relating to the protec- 
tion and regulation of the industry of Horticulture in the State of Montana. 



192 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE. DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actuol Actual 

HOST CONTROL 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) — __ 1 1 

Salaries and Wages $ 300 $ 957 3 

Employee Benefits 14 34 

TOTAL ...$ 314 $ 991 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



863 
32 



$ 895 



900 
39 



$ 939 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1962-63 



900 
71 



$ 971 



900 
73 



$ 973 



OPERATING 

Special Items 
Miscellaneous 

TOTAL OPERATING 

TRAVEL 
In-Stcrte $ 941 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 941 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - $ 1,255 



$ 100 
$ 100 



$ 1,186 
$ 1,186 



470 
470 



$ 470 
$ 470 



$ 470 
$ 470 



$ 470 
$ 470 



$ 2,177 



$ 1,365 



$ 1,509 



$ 1,441 



$ 1,443 



AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— RUST CONTROL 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 10, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this program. 

Rust materially affects the yields of all cereal crops. The severity of the infestation varies from year to year. 
One of the most important steps to take in control is eradication of barberry bushes. Generally speaking, this pro- 
gram is for enough advanced that one man con easily check previous spots where bushes were eradicated to see 
if any ore present and look for additional bushes that may not have been discovered in previous years. 

At the present time, this program is merely on a stand-by basis and can be easily handled by one man during 
the summer months. 



AGRICULTURE 193 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 19S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Boctrd Members) __.. 7 + 3PT 8 + 3 FT 9 + 3 FT 9 + 3 FT 9 + 3 FT 9 + 3 FT 

Salaries and Wages $ 32,741 $ 34,469 $ 44,148 $ 47,000 $ 45,480 $ 47,070 

Employee Benefits 985 1,195 1,647 1,700 3,347 3,558 

TOTAL $ 33,726 $ 35,664 $ 45,795 $ 48,700 $ 48,827 $ 50,628 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 397 $ 508 $ 1,016 $ 1,020 $ 641 $ 641 

Supplies 807 581 429 430 529 529 

Telephone and Telegraph 517 676 493 490 500 500 

Printing 961 499 683 800 632 632 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 2,762 4,888 4,775 4,888 4,888 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 13 5 68 70 50 50 

Official Bonds 20 50 35 45 45 45 

Auto Expense 1,609 2,236 2,748 2,500 2,500 2,500 

Bonds and Tags 86 320 68 70 80 80 

Miscellaneous 1,708 1,200 2,159 2,300 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 6,118 $ 8,837 $12,587 $12,500 $ 9,865 $ 9,865 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 14,655 $ 14,858 $ 18,432 $ 22,000 $ 18,000 $ 18,000 

Out-of-State 497 200 244 925 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 15,152 $ 15,058 $ 18,676 $ 22,925 $ 18,000 $ 18,000 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition $ 75 $ 5,143 $ 263 $ 235 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 8,100 

Replacement 13,792 6,500 

Special — ■ 

New Addition 1,763 189 900 

Replacement 1,251 279 1,500 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 3,089 $ 5,611 $22,155 $ 9,135 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .......$ 58,085 $65,170 $99,213 $84,125 $85,827 $78,493 



194 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF— WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 



Program and Performance 

Title 90, Chapter 1, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

The Division of Weights and Measures of the Department of Agriculture has the responsibility of inspecting all 
weights and measuring devices in the State of Montana. This division also calibrates weights and measures test 
standards used by state agencies and industry. 

This division is responsible for the issuing of licenses for all petroleum measuring devices used by refiners, 
distributors and retail dealers. It also checks for accuracy of meters used in the distribution of propane and butane. 

In addition, all commodities sold and offered for sale must be checked for correct weight, measure or count. 
Also, all commodities that ore packaged and offered for sale or sold or in the process of delivery must be checked 
to see whether they contain the quantity or the amoimt represented. 

Bakery products are likewise tested for weight as required by low that are offered for the retail or wholesale 
trade. 

The containers of milk, cream and skim milk must be checked for the purpose of determining if the correct 
amount is contained therein. 

The Weights and Measures Division cooperated with the United States Department of Agriculture, Packers and 
Stockyard Division in checking of scales for accuracy used in the buying and selling of livestock in sales yards and 
also scales used in packing plants. 

AGENCY— AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

HOPPER AND CRICKET 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Salaries and Wages $ 90 $ 725 



TOTAL -.$ 90 $ 725 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 202 $ 140 

Supplies 81 

Telephone and Telegraph 38 

Printing 130 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 332 $ 259 



TRAVEL 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


63 


$ 228 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 


- $ 


485 


$ 1,212 



AGRICULTURE 

SUMMARY OF— ENTOMOLOGIST 

1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 6 6 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL _..„ $ 23,220 $ 27,997 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 17,130 $ 17,183 

Operating Expenses 2,253 1,553 

Travel 3,737 3,841 

Equipment 100 5,420 

TOTAL ._$ 23,220 $ 27,997 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 23,220 $ 27,997 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 23,220 $ 27,997 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1982-63 



4-5 



4-5 



4-5 



$ 24,644 



$ 28,772 



$ 28,712 



$ 24,644 



$ 28,772 



$ 28,71^ 



$ 28,784 



$ 20,491 


$ 22,127 


$ 22,062 


$ 22,099 


2,512 


3,835 


2,970 


2.970 


1,641 


2,240 


3,330 


3,330 




570 


350 


385 



$ 28,784 



$ 24,644 
$ 24,644 



$ 28,772 
$ 28,772 



$ 28,712 
$ 28,712 



$ 28,784 
$ 28,784 



ENTOMOLOGIST 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $30,634 

Expenditures 23,220 



Balance 



$ 7,414 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



528,719.52 
24,644.00 



Balance $ 4,075.52 



Appropriation 1958-59 - $26,620 

Expenditures 27,997 



Reversion -. $ 6,037 



Appropriation 1960-61 $28,684.59 

Estimated Expenditures 28,772.00 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 3,988.11 



AGRICULTURE 



AGENCY— ENTOMOLOGIST 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 6 I 

Salaries and Wages $ 15,878 

Employee Benefits - 1,252 

TOTAL -- - $ 17,130 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 297 

Supplies 1,020 

Telephone and Telegraph 225 

Printing ._„ 2 

Subscriptions 13 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance ._ 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 2 

Auto Expense .- 421 

Other Insurance _. 54 

Miscellaneous 106 

Bait, Poison, etc. 113 

Film 

Chemicals, Nets, Cages 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,253 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,953 

Out-of-State „_ 784 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 3,737 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 

Replacement 

Special — Physiological — 

New Addition, Equipment $ 100 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 100 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 23,220 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



4-5 



4-5 



4-5 



16,198 
985 



$ 17,183 



$ 19,112 
1,379 

$ 20,491 



$ 20,750 
1,377 

$ 22,127 



20,640 
1,422 



$ 22,062 



$ 20,640 
1,459 

$ 22,099 



$ 1 


$ 20 


$ 340 


$ 106 


$ 106 


348 


193 


385 


190 


190 


231 


248 


200 


200 


200 


9 


159 


433 


444 


444 


50 


190 


195 


195 


195 


122 


434 


200 


470 


470 


25 


50 


30 






689 


1,074 


1,902 


1,065 


1,065 


48 


94 


50 


50 


50 


30 




50 








50 


50 


50 
200 


50 
200 



$ 1,553 



$ 2,512 



$ 3,835 



$ 2,970 



$ 2,970 



3,027 
814 



1,289 
352 



1,640 
600 



$ 3,841 



$ 1,641 



$ 2,240 



$ 2,680 
650 

$ 3,330 



$ 220 

5,100 

100 

$ 5,420 



$ 570 
$ 570 



40 
75 



235 



$ 350 



$ 2,1 



650 



$ 3,330 



75 
75 



235 



$ 385 



$ 27,997 



$ 24,644 



$ 28,772 



$ 28,712 



$ 28,784 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— ENTOMOLOGIST 



Program and Performance 

Title 82, Chapter 8, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 establishes the office of the State Entomologist. 

In presenting this budget we wish to point out that the operation of the State Entomologist's office is not a fixed 
operation, but one which depends upon the insect situations as they develop each year. Since it is impossible to 
predict any of these situations in advance, of necessity the budget request must be based on an average situation 
as determined from our past experience. This means that in the so-called good years, insect-wise, the requests 
would undoubtedly be in excess of needs; whereas in bad years there would not be sufficient funds. Because of 
these fluctuations, there is no absolute basis upon which the budget request can be made. 

You will note that during the first year of the present biennium, some surplus has accumulated. This is due to 
several reasons: first, there have been no major insect outbreaks to contend with and second, I have used grant 
moneys obtained from private sources, as well as funds from the National Science Foundation, to supplement the 
research and investigations which are ordinarily carried on under the Range Investigations appropriation. This 
study has to do with the effect of grasshoppers on our range land and methods for their control. Third, in carrying 
on the range-grasshoper research, it is necessary that we have several populations of different intensity to work 
with. Sometimes these infestations are widely separated in various parts of the state which necessitates consider- 
able expenditures for travel and per diem. While at other times, this year being an example, we have been able 
to obtain the correct conditions for study in populations not over 20 miles from Bozemon. However, as a result of 
these grants, not much of the Range Investigations appropriation was used. 

While I will continue to solicit grants-in-aid for investigation and research, I have no assurance that they will 
always be forthcoming. Therefore, in order to protect this phase of our work I must, of necessity, request adequate 
funds to carry it on. Naturally, any funds for investigation and research which are not needed because of private 
grants or cannot be used due to lack of adequate grasshopper populations with which to work would not be 
expended. 

You will note that I am suggesting combining the separate appropriation for Range Investigation under Ad- 
ministration. When money was first made available for this special problem, there was a sizeable appropriation 
made to include the full-time services of a professional research worker. The salary for this man is now being paid 
by the Agricultural Experiment Station and Montana State College. However, he still retains his original position 
as leader and principal research worker on this project. At the present time, only the seasonal help and current 
expenses are requested in the State Entomologist budget. Therefore, it would simplify the office procedure if these 
accounts were included under administrative funds. 

Since by law I am State Apiarist as well as State Entomologist, these two functions are combined in one office. 
For this reason I am proposing that the office expense of the State Apiarist be combined with those of the State 
Entomologist. This would also simplify office procedures. However, since salary, travel and car expense is for the 
Assistant State Apiarist alone, these accounts should remain as they have been. 

Since I have been State Entomologist beginning in 1947, I have not requested any additional personnel to 
carry out our operations — nor do I contemplate doing so in the forseeable future. I can only maintain this situation 
by having the right kind of men on my staff. The present personnel: George Roemhild, Assistant State Entomolo- 
gist, and Lloyd Graham, Assistant State Apiarist, both are well-trained, highly qualified and experienced men who 
have a full grasp of the problems with which we are faced in Montana. They have both been on the staff over 10 
years. In order to hold them, I propose to keep their salary comparable with similar positions at Montana State 
College. Since there is no Extension Entomologist in Montana, all this phase of the work is carried on by Mr. 
Roemhild in addition to his other duties. There are very few people adequately trained in the field of apiculture 
and I believe we are fortunate in having the services of Mr. Graham in this field. 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 2 + 10 PT 


2 + 11 PT 


2 + 10 PT 


2 + 13 PT 


2 -f 12 PT 


2 + 12 PT 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $ 28,903 


$ 28,345 


$ 28,637 


$ 34,100 


$ 32,644 


$ 32,667 



198 AGRICULTURE 

SUMMARY OF— HAIL INSURANCE, BOARD OF 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTIC 
TOTAL ..-- 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $19,357 $20,077 $21,204 $24,600 

Operating Expenses 2,795 3,321 3,170 3,600 

Travel 6,470 4,947 4,069 5,500 

Equipment 281 194 400 

TOTAL $28,903 $28,345 $28,637 $34,100 

FINANCING 

Hail Insurance 
Administrative Fund $ 28,903 $ 28,345 $ 28,637 $ 34,100 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 28,903 $ 28,345 $ 28,637 $ 34,100 



23,978 
3,166 
5,500 



$ 32,644 



$ 24,001 
3,166 
5,500 



$ 32,667 



$ 32,644 
$ 32,644 



$ 32,667 
$ 32,667 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Hcdl Insurance Administrative 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



^-$33,776 
.. 28,903 



Balance $ 4,873 

Appropriation 1 958-59 _..$3 1,185 

Expenditures 28,345 

Carry-over 82 



Reversion 



$ 7,631 



Carry-over - 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 82 
$34,160 
.. 28,637 

..$ 5,605 
$34,160 
. 34,100 

$ 5,665 



AGRICULTURE 



Hctil Insurance Administration Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 ._ ....$20,467.05 

Transfer In 33,485.00 

Expenditures 28,903.48 



$25,048.57 
Transfer P.B.X. Fund 50.83 



Balance June 30, 1958 $24,997.74 

Transfer In 31,185.00 

Expenditures 28,345.00 



$27,837.74 
Transfer P.B.X. Fund .,... 61.38 



Balance June 30, 1959 $27,776.36 

Transfer In 34,160.00 

Expenditures 28,606.96 



Balance June 30, 1960 $33,329.40 



Hail Insurance Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 388,903.02 

Income 1 ,204,674.72 

Expenditures 372,220.97 



$1,221,356.77 
Transfer Hail Insurance 

Administrative Fund 33,485.00 

Investments 750,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 437,871.77 

Income 968, 1 82.60 

Expenditures 276,070.97 



$1,129,983.40 
Transfer Hail Insurance 

Administrative Fund 31,185.00 

Investments 700,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 ...$ 398,798.40 

Income 622,950.40 

Expenditures 386,527.83 



$ 635,220.97 
Transfer Hail Insurance 

Administrative Fund 34,160.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 601,060.97 



200 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— HAIL INSURANCE, BOARD OF 

licimiiim 

Actual 
1958-59 

2 + 11 PT 2 

Salaries and Wages $18,237 $18,863 $19,858 $23,200 

Employee Benefits -.„ 1,120 1,214 1,346 1,400 

TOTAL...... $ 19,357 $ 20,077 $ 21,204 $ 24,600 



Division 

SUMMAHY 


1957 B 
Actual 
1957-58 


iennluni 

Actual 
1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Incluciing Full-Time 
Board Members) 


......_ 2 + 10 PT 


2 + 11 PT 


2 + 10 PT 


2 + 13 PT 


2 + 12 PT 2 + 12 PT 



$ 22,400 
1,578 

$ 23,978 



$ 22,400 
1,601 

$ 24,001 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Official Bonds 

Other Insurance 



640 
1,127 
396 
248 
242 



47 
15 
80 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,795 



$ 379 

1,698 

350 ■ 

125 

8 


$ 355 

1,798 

263 

247 


$ 500 

1,953 

300 

247 


$ 458 

1,541 

300 

247 


$ 458 

1,541 

300 

247 


628 


396 


500 


500 


500 


53 

80 


36 
75 


100 


45 
75 


45 
75 



$ 3,321 



$ 3,170 



$ 3,600 



$ 3,166 



$ 3,166 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL 



$ 6,470 
$ 6,470 



$ 4,947 
$ 4,947 



$ 4,069 
$ 4,069 



$ 5,500 
$ 5,500 



$ 5,500 
$ 5,500 



$ 5,500 
$ 5,500 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 



$ 281 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 281 



$ 194 
$ 194 



$ 400 
$ 400 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ......^ $ 28,903 



$ 28,345 



$ 28,637 



$ 34,100 



$ 32,644 



$ 32,667 



AGENCY— HAIL INSURANCE, BOARD OF 

Program and Performance 

The Hail Insurance Department was started in 1917 and the hail laws as amended are Section 82-01 to 18 
inclusive. Revised Codes of Montana 1947. 



The State Board of Hail Insurance and its employees have the duty of handling a cooperative or mutual hail in- 
surance agency for protecting farmers' grain crops against damage by hail. Hail damage in Montana is very severe 
in that part of the state east of the mountains. In fact, in many seasons the damage is catastrophic. This form of hail 
insurance is and has always been quite costly and this agency was set up to handle it at cost. It was set up in 1917 
and many years since that time it had difficulty operating and paying the losses incurred in full. In recent years a 
sizable surplus has been accumulated and is being held for future use whenever severe or widespread storms 
should occur. 



AGRICULTURE 



SUMMARY OF— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 






1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-S8 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 59 56 


87 71 


71 70 







DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $369,474 

Rodent Control -.. 25,556 

Bounty and Predatory- 
Animal Control 50,083 



TOTAL $445,1 13 



$364,495 
28,654 

45,461 

$438,610 



$364,814 
21,875 

44,891 

$431,580 



$411,623 
20,000 

50,000 

$481,623 



$391,687 
20,000 

50,000 

$461,687 



$387,871 
20,000 

50,000 

$457,871 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages —$339,465 

Operating Expenses 35,108 

Travel 66,744 

Equipment 3,796 



TOTAL . 



$445,113 



$333,302 


$317,432 


$348,943 


$352,322 


$348,506 


38,358 


44,741 


55,780 


38,465 


38,465 


62,308 


68,011 


69,400 


68,400 


68,400 


4,642 


1,396 


7,500 


2,500 


2,500 



$438,610 



$431,580 



$481,623 



$461,687 



$457,871 



HNANCING 

General Fund $ 19,987 

Other 

Bounty Fund 50,083 

Livestock Commission Fund. -. 369,467 
Rodent Control Fund .— 5,576 



TOTAL FINANCING --.._ -.-.$445,113 



$ 20,012 



$ 54,816 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



45,462 

364,504 

8,632 


44,891 

329,814 

2,059 


50,000 
411,623 


50,000 
391,687 


50,000 
387,871 


$438,610 


$431,580 


$481,623 


$461,687 


$457,871 


STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 









Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 




Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



$55,000 
.. 54,816 



13 
$20,000 
. 20,013 



Reversion .— $none 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



$20,000 
. 20,000 

$ 184 



Livestock Commission Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $121,778.61 

Income -- 300,238.32 

Transfer from Estroy Fund 5,188.90 

Transfer Out -- 85.03 

Expenditures 369,466.57 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 57,654.23 

Income -- 338,109.99 

Expenditures 364,504.99 

Transfer Out 83.79 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 31,175.44 

Income 396,399.76 

Expenditures - - 329,81 1.46 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 97,763.74 



AGRICULTURE 



Rodent Control Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $11,633.25 

Income 2,419.38 

Expenditures 5,575.72 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,476.91 

Income 2,101.57 

Expenditures 8,632.48 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,946.00 

Income 3,554.33 

Expenditures 2,059.06 



Balance June 30, 1960 _..... $ 3,441.27 

Bounty Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $38,251.05 

Income -•- 44,974.42 

Expenditures 50,08 1 .78 



Balance June 30, 1958 $33,143.69 

Income ..__ 49,056.05 

Expenditures 45,462.20 



Balance June 30, 1959 $36,737.54 

Income -.-- 56,425.41 

Expenditures 44,89 1.85 



Balance June 30, 1960 $48,271.10 

Stock Estray Fund 

Balance July I, 1957 $32,682.02 

Income 85,409.51 

Expenditures 75,756.97 

Transfer to Commission Fund 5,188.90 



Balance June 30, 1958 $37,145.66 

Income - - - 62,079.45 

Expenditures _ 68,190.24 

Transfer to Commission Fund 5,363.77 



Balance June 30, 1959 $25,671.10 

Income 56,392.83 

Expenditures 53,609.13 

Transfer to Commission Fund 5,378.82 



Balance June 30, 1960 $23,075.98 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 



Division I957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 59 56 87 71 71 70 

Salaries and Wages $320,986 $315,035 $299,188 $328,544 $331,340 $327,110 

Employee Benefits 18,479 18,267 18,246 20,399 20,982 21,396 



TOTAL $339,465 $333,302 $317,434 $348,943 $352,322 $348,506 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 2,112 $ 1,933 $ 3,037 $ 8,500 

Supplies 8,229 6,273 2,973 4,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 9,679 9,669 9,864 9,000 

Printing .__ 35 5,820 7,500 

Association Dues 25 40 32 25 

Subscriptions 7 50 7 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,890 7,113 9,077 11,328 

Utilities 360 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 1,082 2,594 1,461 1,700 

Official Bonds 497 520 470 500 

Auto Expense 573 567 739 800 

Court and Legal Expense ...... 242 1,219 2,893 2,500 

Other Insurance 38 55 57 60 

Bait, Poison, and Traps 2,696 5,308 3,658 4,400 

Miscellaneous ___ 5,038 3,032 4,613 5,100 

TOTAL OPERATING $35,108 $38,358 $44,744 $55,780 $38,465 $38,465 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 63,793 $ 58,558 $ 64,725 $ 66,400 $ 65,400 $ 65,400 

Out-of-state 2,951 3,750 3,285 3,000 3,000 3,000 



$ 2,361 


$ 2,361 


2,502 


2,502 


8,000 


8,000 


5,012 


5,012 


25 


25 


7 


7 


5,838 


5,838 


360 


360 


1,500 


1,500 


500 


500 


800 


800 


2,000 


2,000 


60 


60 


4,400 


4,400 


5,100 


5,100 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 66,744 $ 62,308 $ 68,010 $ 69,400 $ 68,400 $ 68,400 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,555 $ 3,743 $ 573 $ 4,200 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Replacement 2,241 125 488 800 

Special — 

New Addition $ 433 

Replacement „ 341 $ 3,224 $ 2,500 $ 1,500 $ 1,500 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 3,796 $ 4,642 $ 4,285 $ 7,500 $ 2,500 $ 2,500 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..$445,113 $438,610 $434,473 $481,623 $461,687 $457,871 



204 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 59 56 87 71 

Salaries and Wages $266,892 $263,333 $253,115 $281,644 

Employee Benefits 17,292 17,310 17,776 20,399 

TOTAL $284,184 $280,643 $270,891 $302,043 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 2,112 $ 1,933 $ 3,037 $ 8,500 

Supplies 8,229 6,273 2,973 4,000 

Telephone and Telegraph 9,675 9,669 9,864 9,000 

Printing 5,820 7,500 

Association Dues 25 40 32 25 

Subscriptions 7 50 7 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,870 7,113 9,077 11,328 

Utilities 360 

Special Items 

Freight and Express _ 698 1,713 1,012 1,200 

Official Bonds _ 497 520 470 500 

Auto Expense 573 567 739 800 

Court and Legal Expense -..-.- 242 1,219 2,893 2,500 

Other Insurance 38 55 57 60 

Miscellaneous 5,038 3,032 4,526 5,000 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 32,004 $ 32,134 $ 40,550 $ 50,780 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 46,539 $ 43,326 $ 48,695 $ 48,300 

Out-of-state 2,951 3,750 3,285 3,000 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 49,490 $ 47,076 $ 51,980 $ 51,300 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition - $ 1,555 $ 3,743 $ 573 $ 4,200 

Replacement 2,241 125 488 800 

Special — 

New Addition 433 

Replacement 341 3,224 2,500 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT _.$ 3,796 $ 4,642 $ 4,285 $ 7,500 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $369,474 $364,495 $367,706 $411,623 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



71 



70 



$284,440 
20,982 

$305,422 



$280,210 
21,396 

$301,606 



$ 2,361 


$ 2,361 


2,502 


2,502 


8,000 


8,000 


5,012 


5,012 


25 


25 


7 


7 


5,838 


5,838 


360 


360 


1,000 


1,000 


500 


500 


800 


800 


2,000 


2,000 


60 


60 


5,000 


5,000 



$ 33,465 



$ 47,300 
3,000 

$ 50,300 



$ 1,000 



1,500 
$ 2,500 



33,465 



$ 47,300 
3,000 

$ 50,300 



$ 1,000 



1,500 
$ 2,500 



$391,687 



$387,871 



AGRICULTURE 
AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 



Progrctin and Perfonncince 

Adtninistrotion 

The complete program of the Livestock Commission and employees is based on duties and powers as described 
in Title 46, Chapter 1, RCM, 1947. 

The most important function is the inspection of all cattle and horses sold at livestock markets in the State and 
at certain specified markets outside the State where Montana inspection is maintained; and the inspection of cattle 
and horses leaving any county in the State (with certain exceptions which are described by statute). 

In the fiscal year 1959-60 a total of 839,724 cattle and 8,269 horses were inspected at livestock markets. In addi- 
tion there were 904,876 cattle and 27,844 horses inspected out of the various counties in the State to destinations 
outside of the State or to destinations in the State other than the county of origin. 

For the further protection of the livestock industry in the State on extensive program of investigating livestock 
thefts and losses is carried out by a force of eight District State Stock Inspectors working in cooperation with all 
other law enforcement officers both State and Federal. These officers, as established by Title 46, Chapter 7, RCM, 
1 947, hove the duty of enforcing all livestock laws in the State. In addition they supervise work of approximately 340 
Deputy State Stock Inspectors in their districts assisting them in any way to see that their duties are faithfully and 
carefully performed. 

The Secretary of the Livestock Commission is the General Recorder of Marks and Brands. In the 1959-60 fiscal 
year 2,117 brands were recorded and 7,591 mortgages and satisfactions were filed in accordance with Title 52, Chap- 
ter 3, RCM, 1947. 

Members of the Livestock Commission and the Executive Officer must keep in close touch with the changing 
livestock industry of the State and other states in order to maintain a vigilant, modern and protective program. 
Numerous meetings are attended in the State and some out of the State to acquaint the administration with chang- 
ing problems of the industry. The information acquired is appraised and legislation is proposed in accordance with 
wishes of the majority of the livestock producers. 

It is the intention of the Livestock Commission to perform the various duties and fulfill the requirements of the 
office in the most practical, efficient and economical manner and to maintain an effective program that will give 
the required protection and foster the livestock industry in the State. 



206 

AGENCY— UVESTOCK COMMISSION 


AGRICULTURE 








Division 19S7 Biennium 

BOUNTY AND PREDATORY Actual Actual 
ANIMAL CONTROL 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Salaries and Wages $ 35,363 


$ 32,376 
53 


$ 29,361 $ 32,300 $ 32,300 

1 1 Federal Government takes care 
ee benefits now with a few minor 


$ 32,300 
of employ- 
exceptions. 


Employee Benefits 453 


TOTAL $ 35,816 


$ 32,429 


$ 29,372 


$ 32,300 


$ 32,300 


$ 32,300 




OPERATING 

Telephone and Telegraph $ 4 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 20 

Special Items 

Bait, Poison, and Traps 750 

Freight and Express 


$ 1,830 


$ 1,550 
75 
87 


$ 2,000 
100 
100 


$ 2,000 
100 
100 


$ 2,000 
100 


Miscellaneous 


100 






TOTAL OPERATING $ 774 


$ 1,830 


$ 1,712 


$ 2,200 


$ 2,200 


$ 2,200 


TRAVEL 

In-State $ 13,493 


$ 11,202 


$ 13,808 


$ 15,500 


$ 15,500 


$ 15,500 


TOTAL TRAVEL $ 13,493 


$ 11,202 


$ 13,808 


$ 15,500 


$ 15,500 


$ 15,500 




TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 50,083 


$ 45,461 


$ 44,892 


$ 50,000 


$ 50,000 


$ 50,000 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 



Program and Performance 



Predator Program 

The Predatory Animal Control Program is established by Title 46, Chapter 19, RCM, 1947. The purpose of this 
program is the necessary, proper and systematic destruction of wild animals predatory by nature and capable of 
causing the killing, destruction, maiming, injury or molesting of domestic livestock and poultry or other depredation 
with respect to the protection of the livestock and poultry industry in the State. The program is carried out on a co- 
operative basis with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, counties and other agencies, vinth the U. S. Fish and Wild- 
life Service conducting the actual working program. The Governor's Advisory Committee on Predatory Animal 
Control composed of representatives of various segments of the industry and other State bodies formulate plans for 
an effective predatory animal extermination program in the State. The Predatory Committee works in close har- 
mony with the Livestock Commission and Fish and Game Commission and all interested agencies and subdivisions 
of the State. 

This program is of vital interest to the sheep and cattle industry and the protection afforded by the extermina- 
tion and control of predators has greatly benefited the financial status of the livestock people. 

The program is conducted under supervision of the Fish and Wildlife Service with a working force of experienced 
trappers and hunters who carry out an effective state-wide program. 

The Predator Committee meets at least twice a year and discusses the program problems with the Livestock 
Commission. The Livestock Commission makes the decisions on expenditures for their portion of the cooperative 
program. 

The control of predators is becoming an increasing problem due to the influx of the common fox and the change 
in the sheep industry from the large sheep ranch operation to numerous small farm flocks with a corresponding 
increase in requests for protection. 

From present indications it appears that the present level of the program activity will have to be maintained in 
the foreseeable future. No monies are to be appropriated from the general fund for operation of the program. Financ- 
ing is achieved through special livestock levies and contributions by the coopercrtors. 



AGRICULTURE 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 



Division 



RODENT CONTROL 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 



18,731 
734 



TOTAL $ 19,465 



$ 19,326 
904 



$ 20,230 



$ 16,712 $ 14,600 $ 14,600 $ 14,600 

459 Federal Government takes care of employ- 
ee benefits now with a few minor exceptions. 



$ 17,171 



$ 14,600 



$ 14,600 



$ 14,600 



OPERATING 

Printing : 

Special Items 

Freight and Express $ 384 

Bait, Poison, and Traps 1,946 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,330 



35 



3,478 



$ 4,394 



374 
2,108 



$ 2,482 



400 
2,400 



$ 2,800 



400 
2,400 



$ 2,! 



400 
2,400 



$ 2,800 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,761 



$ 4,030 



$ 2,222 



$ 2,600 



$ 2,600 



S 2,600 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


._..$ 3,761 


$ 4,030 


$ 2,222 


$ 2,600 


$ 2,600 


$ 2,600 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 


....$ 25,556 


$ 28,654 


$ 21,875 


$ 20,000 


$ 20,000 


$ 20,000 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK COMMISSION 

Program and Performance 

Rodent Control Program 

The Rodent Control Program was established by Chapter 136, Lows of Montana, 1949. This act authorizes and 
directs the Livestock Commission to cooperate with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, counties and other State or 
Federal divisions in the control of destructive rodents that are injurious to agriculture, other industries and public 
health. 

In past years this program has, to all practical purposes, eliminated the prairie dog except for control work 
necessary to keep the population at a minimum. A cooperative work with counties is more or less on a control basis 
with maximum effort expended in those counties that request assistance in controlling certain large populations of 
rodents as they appear. An example of this is the control work on the Columbia Ground Squirrels in counties in 
the western portion of the State where this rodent is of a continuing problem in the destruction of crops. 



208 AGRICULTURE 

SUMMARY OF— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 50 55 51 51 17-fl2PT* 17 +12 FT* 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration -....$212,105 $234,420 $261,205 $504,630 $212,360 $212,511 

Brucellosis Control 36,771 24,965 25,024 38,920 20,000 20,000 

Meat Inspection 4,567 6,036 2,328 69,160 70,000 70,000 

Expenditure Credits (226) (578) 



TOTAL $253,443 $265,195 $287,979 $612,710 $302,360 $302,511 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $194,623 $203,634 $185,065 $300,447 $181,608 $182,234 

Operating Expenses 19,461 23,628 25,919 25,064 16,817 16,657 

Travel 34,055 31,790 20,458 27,040 13,250 13,250 

Equipment : 5,304 6,369 57,115 260,159 685 370 

Expenditure Credits (226) (578) 

Brucellosis Control _ 20,000 20,000 

Meat Inspection 70,000 70,000 



TOTAL $253,443 $265,195 $287,979 $612,710 $302,360 $302,511 

FINANCING 

General Fund $235,499 $252,109 $217,768 $285,400 $180,290 $180,441 

Other 

Livestock Sanitary 

Board Fund 17,944 13,086 70,211 327,310 122,070 122,070 



TOTAL FINANCING $253,443 $265,195 $287,979 $612,710 $302,360 $302,511 

Does not include Meat Inspection or Brucellosis Control. 



AGRICULTURE 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



$250,410 
.. 235,499 



Balance $ 14,91 1 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 



..$250,400 

.- 252,109 

72 



Reversion $ 1 3, 1 30 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 

Other Deductions .— 



C 79 

$220,400 

.. 217,768 

11 



Balance $ 2,693 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$285,400 
. 285,400 



Estimated Reversion $ 2,693 



Livestock Sanitary Board Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 12,556.14 

Income ..- _ 1 00,767.88 

Expenditures 17,945.10 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 95,378.92 

Income 1 10,484.88 

Expenditures 13,085.94 



Balance June 30, 1959 $192,777.86 

Income 125,860.92 

Expenditures 70,210.79 



Balance June 30, 1960 $248,427.99 



Livestock Sanitary Board 
Emergency Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 

Income 

Investments 



..$ 3,520.52 

.. 1,941.65 

30.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,431.67 

Income 7,390.57 

Investments 11, 000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,822.24 

Income 2,190.40 

Investments 



Balance June 30, 1960 _ $ 4,012.64 



AGRICULTURE 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 










DiTision 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Bienniuzn 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) - - - 


50 


55 


51 


51 


17 + 12 PT 17 + 12 PT 







Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits — . 



$181,119 

._ 13,504 



TOTAL 



..$194,623 



$190,544 
13,090 

$203,634 



$171,861 
13,204 

$185,065 



$282,378 
18,069 

$300,447 



$170,900 
10,708 

$181,608 



$171,200 
11,034 

$182,234 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 935 

Supplies 4,170 

Telephone and Telegraph 3,024 



Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 

Utilities .._..A 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 

Freight, Express 

Auto Expense 

Court and Legal Expense 

Bcmds and Tags 

Other Insurance 

Pay. Slaughtered Stock .— 

Miscellaneous 

Legal Advertising 

Heating Plant Ser. (Lab.) ._ 
Mcril Service (Lab.) 



1,852 
55 
51 

1,791 



4,180 

254 

328 

141 

50 

1,632 



839 

4,712 

3,046 

1,526 

55 

101 

2,084 



150 

981 

5,051 

330 

127 

50 

4,576 



673 

3,460 

2,815 

1,496 

90 

34 

2,003 



15 
886 

4,182 

601 
190 
9,042 
318 
114 



5,415 

3,100 

2,700 

90 

52 

2,358 
518 



910 
5,000 
300 
150 
176 
3,000 
300 

64 
71 



800 

1,300 

2,900 

1,043 

90 

76 

3,558 



150 
1,000 
5,000 

300 

200 
400 



800 

1,300 

2,900 

1,043 

90 

51 

3,558 



15 

1,000 

5,000 

300 

200 
400 



TOTAL OPERATING 



$ 19,461 



$ 23,628 



$ 25,919 



$ 25,064 



$ 16,817 



$ 16,657 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



.$ 33,122 
933 


$ 29,749 
2,041 


$ 19,319 
1,139 


$ 25,890 
1,150 


$ 12,750 
500 


$ 12,750 
500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 34,055 



$ 31,790 



$ 20,458 



$ 27,040 



$ 13,250 



$ 13,250 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,130 

Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 

Replacement 2,650 

Special — 

New Addition 1,204 

Replacement 320 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT _ $ 5,304 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ...-_. $253,443 



$ 328 


$ 


182 
334 


$ 945 
475 


$ 


300 
175 


$ 


250 


1,930 
2,229 




1,285 


2,000 
1,500 










1,882 




55,314 


234,870 
20,369 




50 

160 




50 

70 



$ 6,369 



$ 57,115 



$260,159 



$ 685 



$265,421 



$288,557 



$612,710 



$212,360 



$ 370 



$212,511 



AGRICULTURE 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 










Diyision 

ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) - — 


33 


36 


35 


35 


17 + 12 PT 17 + 12 PT 







Salaries and Wages :_.'. $151,01 1 

Employee Benefits 13,504 



TOTAL 



$164,515 



$168,893 
13,090 

$181,983 



150,725 
13,204 

$163,929 



$189,970 
12,297 

$202,267 



$170,900 
10,708 

$181,608 



$171,200 
11,034 

$182,234 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 933 

Supplies 4,140 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,972 

Printing 701 

Association Dues 55 

Subscriptions 51 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 1,092 

Utilities 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 

Freight and Express 991 

Auto Expense -.-- 4,180 

Court and Legal Expense 254 

Bands and Tags 98 

Other Insurance 141 

Pay. Slaughtered Stock 50 

Miscellaneous 1,018 

Legal Publications 

Mail Service 

Heating Plant Service 



837 

4,672 

3,038 

1,125 

55 

101 

1,769 



150 

977 

5,051 

330 

127 
50 

3,961 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 16,676 



$ 22,243 



$ 673 


$ 800 


3,357 


5,385 


2,808 


3,100 


1,303 


1,300 


90 


90 


34 


52 


1,939 


2,358 




518 


15 




883 


910 


4,182 


5,000 




300 


108 


150 


190 


176 


9,042 


3,000 


257 


300 


114 






71 




64 



1,300 

2,900 

1,043 

90 

76 

3,558 



150 
1,000 
5,000 

300 

200 
400 



800 

1,300 

2,900 

1,043 

90 

51 

3,558 



15 

1,000 

5,000 

300 

200 
400 



$ 24,995 



$ 23,574 



$ 16,817 



$ 16,657 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 25,566 

Out-of-State 933 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 26,499 



$ 21,784 
2,041 

$ 23,825 



$ 14,027 
1,139 

$ 15,166 



$ 17,480 
1,150 

$ 18,630 



$ 12,750 
500 

$ 13,250 



$ 12,750 
500 

$ 13,250 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Motor Vehicles- 
New Addition 



$ 662 



Replacement 2,650 

Special — 

New Addition _ 1,103 

Replacement 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT __..._ $ 4,415 



$ 328 



1,930 
2,229 



$ 6,369 



$ 182 
334 


$ 945 
475 


$ 


300 
175 


$ 


250 


1,285 


2,000 
1,500 










55,314 


234,870 
20,369 




50 
160 




50 
70 



$ 57,115 



$260,159 



$ 685 



$ 370 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES 



$212,105 



$234,420 



$261,205 



$504,630 



$212,360 



$212,511 



212 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 



Program and Performance 

Title 46, Chapter 2, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, establishes the Livestock Sanitary Board. 

The livestock and poultry industry is not only one of Montana's most important economic enterprises but fur- 
nishes food and fiber — basic necessities to every man, woman, and child in the Nation. Dangerous livestock dis- 
eases, uncontrolled — similar to a forest fire — can wipe out this economic enterprise and invaluable source of food 
and fiber. 

The Livestock Sanitary Board must prevent, with all scientific and legal authority available, the introduction 
and dissemincrtion of dangerous livestock diseases. It must assure Montana people a safe, wholesome, meat and 
milk supply. 

To accomplish this tremendous task and discharge this great responsibility, the Board must have competent 
veterinary medical scientists in its laboratories, on its field force, and in key supervisory positions. Such personnel 
must not only have training and experience in basic veterinary medical sciences but must develop highly spe- 
cialized skills in controlling specific livestock diseases present in Montana. They must be prepared, on a moment's 
notice, to handle diseases that do not now exist in the State. The Board must maintain a staff of competent scientists to 
properly apply sanitary standards in meat and milk processing, distribution, and sale. All this requires highly tech- 
nical skill, knowledge, and constant study to assure that the work be done accurately and efficiently. The Board 
intends to maintain such a staff. The better the staff, the less the loss from animal diseases. 

Districts have been consolidated and reorganized for more efficient operation. The basic necessity to all of the 
Board's work — a modern diagnostic laboratory — is under construction. The laboratory is being staffed with top- 
flight scientists. The old laboratory space is being remodeled into office space, in an attempt to relieve a congested, 
inefficient operation. 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

BRUCELLOSIS CONTROL 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 7 6 4 4 

Salaries and Wages $25,541 $15,662 $18,808 $28,588 

Employee Benefits 1,602 

TOTAL $25,541 $15,662 $18,808 $30,190 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 2 $ 2 

Supplies - 30 40 $ 103 $ 30 

Telephone and Telegraph 52 8 7 

Printing _.__ 1,151 401 193 1,200 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 699 315 64 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 7 4 3 

Bands and Tags -- 230 493 

Miscellaneous 614 615 61 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,785 $ 1,385 $ 924 $ 1,230 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 7,556 $ 7,918 $ 5,292 $ 7,500 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 7,556 $ 7,918 $ 5,292 $ 7,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office— 

New Addition $ 468 

Special — 

New Addition 101 

Replacement 320 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 889 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....-..$ 36,771 $ 24,965 $ 25,024 $ 38,920 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Positions not included 
in total for agency 



Recommended for 
Salaries and Expense 
$ 20,000 $ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



214 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD— BRUCELLOSIS-CONTROL DIVISION 

Program and Performance 

The purpose of this division is to eradicate bovine brucellosis from Montana. Brucellosis is a disease that once 
infected one in every ten herds in Montana, causing untold economic waste and jeopardizing human health. Mon- 
tana exports about one million head of cattle each year. States v/ill not accept brucellosis-infected cattle nor will fed- 
eral regulations permit the unrestricted movement of brucellosis-infected cattle; therefore, the additional reason the 
Board carries on the brucellosis-eradication program is to increase the marketability of Montana cattle. 

The number of infected herds has been reduced from 2,443 to 135. The original area test has been completed 
in 52 counties. Two counties need to complete the area test and two are not participating in the eradication program. 
Twenty counties now have no known infected herds. 

To decrease the cost of recertification of counties to both the cattle producer and the Livestock Sanitary Board, 
the Board has adopted and inaugurated the backtag or screen test program. This will materially decrease the cost 
of quickly locating infection and decrease costs of tuberculosis reaccreditation of Montana counties. 

The brucellosis-eradication program in Montana is carried out under a co-operative agreement with the U. S. 
Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, and Animal Disease Eradication Division. Due to a reduc- 
tion of federal funds in August 1959, the brucellosis vaccine could no longer be furnished and administered at state 
or federal expense, resulting in further reduction of expenditures. The program has been carried out, successfully to 
date, without paying indemnity on brucellosis-infected cows. (Montana is the only state in the Union which does not 
pay such indemnity.) 

The Board intends to complete the eradication program as efficiently as possible. 



AGRICULTURE 
AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

MEAT INSPECTION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 10 13 12 12 

Salaries and Wages $ 4,567 $ 5,989 $ 2,328 $ 63,820 

Employee Benefits — 4,170 

TOTAL $ 4,567 $ 5,989 $ 2,328 $ 67,990 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 60 

Printing 200 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 260 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 47 $ 910 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 47 $ 910 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ......^ $ 4,567 $ 6,036 $ 2,328 $ 69,160 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Positions not included 
in total for agency 



Recommended for 
Salaries and Expense 
$ 70,000 $ 70,000 



$ 70,000 



$ 70,000 



$ 70,000 



$ 70,000 



AGENCY— LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD— MEAT INSPECTION 

Program and Performance 

Title 46, Chapter 4, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, establishes meat inspection under the supervision of the 
Livestock Sanitary Board. 

There are approximately 100 diseases of animals that can be transmitted. There are many more infections which 
can affect the health of man through the consumption of meat and meat products prepared, processed and handled 
under unsanitary and improper conditions. 

The Board, through the system of meat inspection employed in 15 slaughtering establishments in Montana, en- 
forces sanitary requirements, ante-mortem and post-mortem inspections which can prevent the above health hazards 
to man. 



Public funds were appropriated to pay for the cost of this public health protection for the fiscal year 1960-61. 
Approximately 10 plants, most of which are located in the eastern one-half of Montana, have applied for meat in- 
spection to be established in their plants. 

Qualified full-time meat inspectors have been almost impossible to obtain and hold in Montana because of ex- 
tremely low salaries. The Board has granted an increase in salaries in an attempt to fill positions. 

The expected increase in number of plants eligible to be granted meat inspection and the necessary increases 
in salaries will require increased funds to provide meat inspection for all those who have applied for this service. 

The proper administration and supervision of meat inspection, to assure a high levelof performance for the 
number of plants anticipated to have meat inspection, will require a qualified and experienced veterinarian to head 
the meat inspection division. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


3 


4 


7 


7 


7 


6 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$ 23,448 


$ 32,234 


$ 68,605 


$ 72,020 


$ 61,968 


$ 56,428 



216 AGRICULTURE 

SUMMARY OF— MILK CONTROL BOARD 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTI 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 15,668 $ 19,301 

Operating Expenses 4,089 8,120 

Travel 3,284 4,513 

Equipment 407 300 

TOTAL $ 23,448 $ 32,234 

FINANCING 

General Fund ^--.$ 23,448 $ 32,234 

Other 

Milk Control Fund 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 23,448 $ 32,234 



$ 39,442 


$ 40,320 


$ 38,865 


$ 33,325 


16,132 


21,125 


15,103 


15,103 


11,079 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


1,952 


2,575 







$ 68,605 



$ 72,020 



$ 61,968 



$ 56,428 



$ 68,605 
$ 68,605 



$ 72,020 
$ 72,020 



$ 61,968 
$ 61,968 



$ 56,428 
$ 56,428 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1 957-58 ..._ $25,249 

Expenditures ^ 23,448 



Balance $ 1,801 

Appropriation 1958-59 - ..„. $30,983 

Expenditures _ 32,234 



Carry-over 
Reversion . 



$ 550 
24 

.$ 526 



Appropriation 1959-60 Carry-over 

Expenditures 

Balance 



$ 24 



24 



Milk Control Board Fund 



Income „- $ 2,297.74 

Balance June 30, 1959 -. 2,297.74 

Income _.... 68,885.29 

Expenditures 68,599.39 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2,583.64 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— MILK CONTROL BOARD 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



Salaries and Wages $15,009 $18,307 $36,983 $37,570 $36,470 $31,250 

Employee Benefits 659 994 2,459 2,750 2,395 2,075 



TOTAL _..$ 15,668 $19,301 $39,442 $40,320 $38,865 $33,325 

OPERATING 

Postage ..$ 169 $ 208 

Supplies.-..- 1,651 1,995 

Telephone and Telegraph 524 636 

Printing 130 87 

Association Dues — - 25 25 

Subscriptions 8 5 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 2 

Official Bonds 20 15 

Court and Legal Expense 1,309 5,108 

Legal Publications — 245 41 

Retainer for Legal Counsel .... 

Hearing Expense 

State Examinations 

Refunds 6 



$ 1,058 


$ 800 


$ 478 


$ 478 


2,389 


2,350 


1,250 


1,250 


880 


500 


500 


500 


60 


2,600 


1,750 


1,750 


25 


25 


25 


25 


3 


15 


15 


15 


1,332 


1,975 


1,650 


1,650 


17 


100 


25 


25 


436 


175 


175 


175 


3,611 


5,000 

150 

2,100 


4,000 


4,000 


6,052 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


235 


235 


235 


235 


34 


100 







TOTAL OPERATING $ 4,089 $ 8,120 $ 16,132 $ 21,125 $ 15,103 $ 15,103 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,270 $ 4,231 $ 10,598 $ 7,500 $ 6,765 $ 6,665 

Out-of-state 14 282 481 500 1,235 1,335 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 3,284 $ 4,513 $ 11,079 $ 8,000 $ 8,000 $ 8,000 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ... $ 167 $ 300 $ 1,925 $ 2,200 

Replacement 240 27 375 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 407 


$ 300 


$ 1,952 


$ 2,575 












TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


.... $ 23,448 


$ 32,234 


$ 68,605 


$ 72,020 


$ 61,968 


$ 56,428 



218 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— MILK CONTROL BOARD 

Program and Performance 

Investigative Responsibilities 

The Revised Codes of Montana of 1947, Section 27-405, as amended by Chapter 192, Session Laws of 1959, 
set forth the duties and powers of the Montana Milk Control Board. Specifically, monies expended by the Montana 
Milk Control Board finance investigative responsibilities of the Milk Control Board and the staff required to carry 
on such investigative responsibilities. These investigations cover the determination of compliance or noncompliance 
of the milk industry with minimum prices of some sixteen to twenty fluid milk and cream products, which ore sold 
at both wholesale and retail levels by some one hundred twenty-four milk distributors and producer-distributors, 
and are sold at the retail level by some fifteen hundred grocery stores throughout the state. 

Investigation is also required to determine the compliance or noncompliance with some twelve Rules of Fair 
Trade imposed upon milk distributors and grocery stores handling milk and other dairy products. Among these is 
a requirement calling for a review of all sales records and records of rental of all refrigeration, storage, display, and 
similar types of equipment used in the handling of milk at the wholesale and retail level. This type of supervision 
is required to be carried on among four categories: (1) Fifty-four distributors buying from producers and processing 
producer milk; (2) Thirty producer-distributors producing and selling their own product; (3) Forty jobbers, who require 
finished products from the processing distributors; and (4) Some fifteen hundred grocery stores requiring these prod- 
ucts from all three types of milk distributors. 

In addition to this, the staff of the Milk Control Board must investigate the individual payments made to each 
of some 660 milk producers to determine whether the milk distributors who buy their milk have complied with the 
prices established for the various classifications of such producer milk. This must be done each month in order to 
properly determine compliance. In this connection, the staff of the Milk Control Board must break down each prod- 
uct processed in a milk plant into its component parts of butterfat and nonfat solids, and allocate each component 
to the proper proportion required by each and every product processed, which includes everything from low fat milk 
to butter. 

Other investigative responsibilities deal with gathering statistical material for the Board's review in connection 
with marketing practices, marketing trends, and the volume of the various products sold. 

The statute also requires that the Board investigate and determine by cost analysis the actual dollars and cents 
cost of the production of milk at the farm, and the cost in connection with the transportation, processing, sale, and 
distribution of milk at the distribution level on a statewide basis. In addition to the above, additional responsibili- 
ties may be assigned to the Board by various District Court judges as a result of litigation. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


_$ 16,519 


$ 17,700 


$ 21,293 


$ 23,301 


$ 21,602 


$ 21,560 



AGRICULTURE 
SUMMARY OF— POULTRY IMPROVEMENT BOARD 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTI 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 10,795 $ 11,358 

Operating Expenses 1,417 2,059 

Travel 4,069 3,052 

Equipment 238 1,231 

TOTAL $ 16,519 $ 17,700 

FINANCING 

General Fund -.- $ 13,445 $ 14,771 

Other 

Poultry Improvement 

Board Fund 3,074 2,929 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 16,519 $ 17,700 



219 



$ 14,151 


$ 14,730 


$ 15,546 


$ 15,579 


1,654 


3,696 


2,383 


2,573 


3,408 


3,600 


3,408 


3,408 


2,080 


1,275 


265 





$ 21,293 



$ 23,301 



$ 21,602 



$ 21,560 



$ 18,842 



2,451 
$ 21,293 



$ 19,017 

4,284 
$ 23,301 



$ 19,102 



$ 19,060 

2,500 
$ 21,560 



Poultry Improvement Board Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 5.98 

Income 3,654.03 

Expenditures 3,073.56 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 586.45 

Income 3,827.44 

Expenditures 2,928.70 

Balance June 30, 1959 $1,485.19 

Income 1,681.53 

Expenditures 2,450.79 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 715.93 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 




Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



$18,990 
. 18,842 

$ 148 



Appropriation 1958-59 ... 
Expenditures - 



Reversion 



$14,580 
. 14,771 

$ 179 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$19,017 
. 19,017 



Estimated Reversion $ 148 



220 AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— POULTRY IMPROVEMENT BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

Summary 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 2 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $10,131 $10,724 $13,311 $13,750 

Employee Benefits 664 634 840 980 

TOTAL $ 10,795 $ 11,358 $ 14,151 $ 14,730 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 138 $ 58 $ 65 $ 71 

Supplies 251 234 253 250 

Telephone and Telegraph 203 329 233 240 

Printing 165 64 250 

Subscriptions 5 17 17 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 90 700 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 12 18 9 10 

Auto Expense 437 1,107 658 1,800 

Bands and Tags 227 110 230 230 

Other Insurance 20 13 19 28 

Miscellaneous 34 25 106 100 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,417 $ 2,059 $ 1,654 $ 3,696 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 4,069 $ 2,958 $ 3,408 $ 3,450 

Out-of-State 94 150 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,069 $ 3,052 $ 3,408 $ 3,600 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 238 

Motor Vehicles — ■ 

New Addition $ 2,080 

Replacement $ 1,176 $ 1,275 

Special — 
New Addition 55 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT ..$ 238 $ 1,231 $ 2,080 $ 1,275 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 16,519 $ 17,700 $ 21,293 $ 23,301 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 14,500 
1,046 

$ 15,546 



$ 2,383 



$ 14,500 
1,079 

$ 15,579 



$ 80 


$ 80 


220 


220 


250 


250 


75 


245 


18 


18 


10 


10 


1,440 


1,440 


260 


280 


30 


30 



2,573 



$ 3,408 



$ 3,408 



$ 265 
$ 265 



3,408 



3,408 



$ 21,602 



$ 21,560 



AGRICULTURE 

AGENCY— POULTRY IMPROVEMENT BOARD 



Program and Performance 

Title 3, Chapter 22, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 established the Poultry Improvement Board. 

The Poultry Improvement Board was created for the general purpose of providing dependable sources from 
which poultry could be purchased by the poultry farmer of good healthy birds. To accomplish this objective, the 
Board licenses and regulates the commercial hatcheries, chick and poultry dealers, and flocks producing hatch- 
ing eggs. 

Since both management and sanitation are absolute necessities in producing baby chicks reasonable free 
from infectious diseases, the Board has been given the responsibility of inspecting and testing the sources from 
which all poultry originate. 

The Board adopted certain procedures for certification of poultry as to breeding and disease conditions in 
1947. No new programs have been added since that time and at present no new programs are thought to be 
necessary. 

The most time-consuming portion of our work is the actual testing of the producer flocks by a field blood 
test for carriers of PuUorum and Typhoid diseases. These two diseases are egg transmitted from the parent stock 
to the young. One carrier left in a flock can cause thousands of dollars worth of loss if the carrier egg is allowed 
to be set in the modem forced draft incubator which holds up to 65,000 eggs at a time. 

The Board has been very successful in containing these diseases in Montana, even though our testing work 
has increased by about 67% since 1956. The same work is being carried on throughout the United States. Without 
controlling of these hatchery disseminated diseases, the present poultry industry in the United States would become 
impractical. 




NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1357-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


14 


16 


14 


16 


14 


14 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


.$122,458 


$126,579 


$126,928 


$153,693 


$130,222 


$130,127 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— STATE ENGINEER 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 63,383 $ 68,444 $ 65,046 $ 68,097 

Operating Expenses 42,850 45,305 54,692 75,046 

Travel 11,149 9,493 5,053 7,850 

Equipment 5,076 3,337 2,137 2,700 

TOTAL $122,458 $126,579 $126,928 $153,693 

FINANCING 

General Fund $122,458 $126,579 $126,928 $153,693 

TOTAL FINANCING $122,458 $126,579 $126,928 $153,693 



$ 70,637 


$ 71,042 


52,205 


52,205 


4,780 


4,780 


2,600 


2,100 



$130,222 



$130,222 
$130,222 



$130,127 



$130,127 
$130,127 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $145,360 

Expenditures 1 22,46 1 



Balance 



$ 22,899 



Appropriation 1958-59 $143,760 

Expenditures 126,582 

Carry-over 3,290 



Reversion 



_-._$ 36,787 



Carry-over __ 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



..$ 3,29C 
.$144,811 
.. 126,920 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$ 21,181 

$141,711 
.. 153,693 



Estimated Reversion $ 9,199 



Carey Land Act Board Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Income 



Balance June 30, 1958 
Income — 



,.$1,276.06 
._ 23.91 

$1,299.97 
2.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 _.$ 1,30 1.97 

Income 4.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,305.97 



224 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— STATE ENGINEER 

Division 1957 Biennium I9S9 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 14 16 14 16 

Salaries and Wages $60,076 $64,832 $61,458 $64,164 

Employee Benefits 3,307 3,612 3,588 3,933 

TOTAL $ 63,383 $ 68,444 $ 65,046 $ 68,097 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 190 $ 50 $ 30 $ 175 

Supplies 789 3,360 530 547 

Telephone and Telegraph 298 298 295 325 

Printing _ 216 3,290 14,250 

Association Dues 20 25 20 25 

Subscriptions 6 6 6 6 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 3,238 2,826 3,669 3,806 

Utilities 75 84 103 110 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 25 30 25 25 

Auto Expense 28 53 1,680 1,900 

Auto Insurance 20 3 150 165 

Aerial Photos 644 1,249 4,129 

Columbia River Compact ..... 5,808 3,036 7,032 7,286 

Corey Land Board 63 

Pacific N.W. Power Comm. ._ . 634 

Yellowstone River Compact ... 1,516 1,530 2,000 2,400 

Little Missouri 2,057 3,943 

Survey— Int'l. Waters 792 2,253 2,500 4,500 

Stream Gauging 28,488 30,502 31,305 31,454 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 42,850 $ 45,305 $ 54,692 $ 75,046 

TRAVEL 

In-State $10,591 $ 9,011 $ 3,815 $ 6,000 

Out-of-state 558 482 1,238 1,850 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 11,149 $ 9,493 $ 5,053 $ 7,850 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition .._...$ 261 $ 341 $ 210 

Replacement ._ 146 $ 600 

Motor Vehicles — • 

Replacement 4,815 1,927 2,100 

Special — 

New Addition 161 

Replacement 2,689 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 5,076 $ 3,337 $ 2,137 $ 2,700 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



14 



14 



$ 66,240 
4,397 

$ 70,637 



$ 52,205 



4,300 
480 



$ 4,780 



2,000 



$ 66,480 
4,562 

$ 71,042 



$ 175 


$ 175 


434 


434 


325 


325 


3,290 


3,290 


25 


25 


6 


6 


3,410 


3,410 


110 


110 


25 


25 


1,850 


1,850 


170 


170 


1,000 


1,000 


4,425 


4,425 


2,000 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


2,500 


2,500 


31,460 


31,460 



52,205 



$ 4,300 
480 

$ 4,780 



$ 500 

100 $ 100 



2,000 



$ 2,600 $ 2,100 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES 



$122,458 



$126,579 



$126,928 



$153,693 



$130,222 $130,127 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— STATE ENGINEER— ADMINISTRATION 



Program and Performance 

(81-2006-2012 RCM 1947) Creation of State Engineer; appointment; term of office; qualification. Duties: (1) Secre- 
tary Carey Land Act Board; (2) examine land for irrigation; (3) to operate with U. S. Geological Survey in stream 
measurements; (4) keep records; (5) write a biennial report; examine mineral and coal lands; compact representa- 
tive for Montana; take oath of office and post a bond; salary; office at State Capitol. 

(81-2018 RCM 1947) Appropriate water for state lands. 

(81-2106 RCM 1947) Determine feasibility of irrigation projects. 

(89-702 RCM 1947) Upon complaint of three or more interested parties, the State Engineer shall examine dams 
thought to be unsafe and report same to the County Attorney. 

(89-1201-1202 RCM 1947) When an irrigation district is proposed, the State Engineer shall advise the Judge of 
the District Court as to (a) engineering features, (b) water supply and copy of Decrees, all maps and plats to be filed 
with State Engineer. 

(89-103 RCM 1947) State Engineer is an officio member of State Water Conservation Board. 

(89-302 RCM 1947) The State Engineer shall be a member of the State Planning Board. 

(89-849 RCM 1947) State Engineer shall investigate streams and adjudicate international waters and negotiate 
interstate compacts. 

(89-848 RCM 1947) The State Engineer shall bring action to adjudicate streams when requested by the State 
Water Conservation Board. 

(89-851 RCM 1947) The State Engineer shall make all survey and investigations as required by the State Water 
Conservation Board and make same available to all interested parties. He shall make stream and ditch measure- 
ments; examine and measure the lands; shall write a report and prepare maps; cost to be born by the State Water 
Conservation Board. 

(89-2901-2910 RCM 1947) Logs of artesian wells shall be filed with State Engineer; he shall enforce provisions 
of the act; may hold hearings; may inspect wells. 

(Ch. 23, Lows of 1957) Division of water of Sage Creek, on internal stream, between Alberta and Montana. 
Duties of the Governor of Montana are performed by the State Engineer. 

(Ch. 58, Laws of 1959) The State Engineer shall keep records of drilled water wells. 

Under the Flood Control Act passed by Congress in 1944, Montana, as well as other states, has an opportunity 
to review the reports and plans for projects proposed to be built in either the Columbia or Missouri River basins. The 
purpose is to protect our water supplies. This work is delegated to the State Engineer. 

(89-901 RCM 1947) The State Engineer administers the Yellowstone River Compact. 

(Pub. Law 85-184) Congress passed a consent bill authorizing a compact for the Little Missouri River between 
Wyoming, Montana, and North and South Dakota. The State Engineer, as Compact Commissioner, negotiates the 
terms in behalf of Montana. 

(Pub. Low 572) Authorized a similar compact for the Columbia River. (JHR 6 in the session 1951) authorized the 
Governor to appoint others to assist the State Engineer. 

(82-3001 RCM 1947) Makes the State Engineer a member of the Interdepartmental Advisory Council on Natural 
Resources. 

(Ch. 142, Session 1955) Makes the State Engineer a member of the State Stream Pollution Council. 



226 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


9m 


212 


218 


219 


224 224 









DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 249,912 $ 214,588 $ 258,769 $ 195,766 $ 183,551 $ 185,380 

Aircraft Account (9,955) 13,575 5,769 (2,000) 2,000 

Canyon Ferry 480 2,033 2,453 2,350 1,299 1,301 

Commissioners 12,828 10,770 11,204 12,356 8,935 8,935 

Enforcement 493,326 519,269 480,527 526,045 511,531 518,974 

Fisheries 792,856 755,528 908,594 791,320 638,130 656,616 

Game Management -- 712,337 681,959 836,986 785,282 747,604 739,416 

Grants-in-Aid 85,382 99,691 79,031 81,400 72,515 71,400 

Information— Education 69,065 94,191 119,883 152,440 122,306 123,535 

Mechanic Shop 7,497 8,932 10,853 13,150 12,765 12,765 

Oversnow Vehicle 5,573 (722) 

Tiber Dam 1,177 1,524 2,151 1,900 1,610 1,612 

Vehicle Account 3,149 (65,204) 8,785 

Warehouses 9,073 13,599 20,787 38,070 6,928 7,241 

Non-Reimbursable 140 7 

Bond Interest (440) 



Balance July 1, 1957 $ 623,282.88 

Income 2,386,580.40 

Expenditures 2,494,653.30 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 515,209.98 

Income 2,737,917.48 

Expenditures 2,386,686.12 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 866,441.34 

Income 2,407,617.32 

Expenditures — 2,756,133.43 



TOTAL $2,426,827 $2,356,035 $2,745,070 $2,600,079 $2,305,174 $2,329,175 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages 1,186,245 1,239,979 1,298,301 1,362,426 1,310,480 1,332,523 

Operating Expenses 412,814 373,833 481,246 519,741 419,367 424,609 

Travel 338,306 347,298 342,924 376,490 327,268 328,281 

Equipment 198,390 90,650 101,771 84,557 27,991 17,275 

Land and Buildings 291,372 302,768 519,440 256,865 220,068 226,487 

Livestock and Poultry 1,500 1,388 

Non-Reimbursable 140 7 

Bond Interest (440) 



TOTAL $2,426,827 $2,356,035 $2,745,070 $2,600,079 $2,305,174 $2,329,175 

FINANCING 

Fish and Game Fund $2,426,827 $2,356,035 $2,745,070 $2,600,079 $2,305,174 $2,329,175 



TOTAL FINANCING $2,426,827 $2,356,035 $2,745,070 $2,600,079 $2,305,174 $2,329,175 



Fish and Game Fund 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 517,925.23 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



Division 


1957 Biennium 


1959 Biennium 


1961 Biennium 




Actual 


Actual 


Actual 


Estimate 


Recommended 


SUMMARY 


1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


Number of Positions 


206 


212 


218 


219 


224 


224 






Salaries and Wages 


$1,115,912 


$1,163,178 


$1,216,637 


$1,273,543 


$1,222,028 


$1,240,314 


Employee Benefits 


70,333 


76,801 


81,664 


88,883 


88,452 


92,209 


TOTAL 


.$1,186,245 


$1,239,979 


$1,298,301 


$1,362,426 


$1,310,480 


$1,332,523 


OPERATING 














Postage ______ 


_.$ 18,540 


$ 21,381 


$ 21,025 


$ 19,003 


$ 18,890 


$ 18,794 


Supplies 


32,157 


29,229 


37,061 


37,852 


30,696 


30,691 


Telephone and Telegraph _____ 


__ 27,062 


31,274 


35,043 


35,211 


32,722 


32,722 


Printing 


__ 40,369 


47,483 


53,678 


54,371 


47,506 


49,006 


Association Dues 


366 


1,210 


750 


820 


655 


655 


Rentals, Repairs and 














Maintenance 


12,999 


13,945 


42,676 


45,040 


43,139 


42,289 


Utilities 


.. 23,672 


27,650 


27,736 


30,245 


27,750 


27,750 


Special Items 














Freight and Express 


1,198 


2,486 


2,056 


2,237 


1,675 


1,675 


Advertising _____ 


1,111 


1,486 


1,999 


1,445 


1,440 


1,290 


Audits _ 


555 


591 


548 


600 


600 


600 


Taxes and Assessments ._. 


19,182 


19,347 


20,917 


22,298 


21,791 


22,170 


Physical Examinations 


97 


46 


84 


185 


130 


130 


Official Bonds 


471 
2,337 


478 
315 


464 
6,440 


481 
6,630 


495 
3,200 


495 


Legal and Witness Fees ___ 


3,200 


Buildings Insurance 


__ 10,457 


8 


(727) 


16,000 


5,560 


7,134 


Fairs and Expositions _ __ _ 


666 


766 


1,008 


790 


750 


750 


Lab. Fees _ ___ 


15 


415 


838 


160 


625 


625 


Fish Fnnd 


66,958 


63,175 


80,240 


77,950 


75,000 


75,000 


Ice 


1,397 


1,435 


620 


1,265 


1,200 


1,200 


Fertilizers, Drugs, Etc. 


41,351 


23,751 


4,857 


10,017 


5,000 


5,000 


Fish Eggs 


3,601 




31 


34,025 


4,000 


4,000 


Bird Food 


18,803 


12,769 


13,854 


11,600 


15,143 


15,143 


Miscellrmeniis 


114 
22 


422 
1,125 


1,377 
1,078 


320 
1,146 


1,200 




Refunds 


1,200 


Vehicle Account 


3,149 


(65,204) 


8,063 








Aircraft Account 


(9,955) 


13,575 


5,769 




(2,000) 


2,000 


Mechanic Shop 


7,497 


8,932 


10,853 


13,150 


12,765 


12,765 


Woodworking Shop 


1,256 


2,714 










Helena Warehouse 


(937) 


222 


2,564 








District Warehouse 


225 


2,504 


5,709 


4,100 






Bulk Gas/Oil 


(535) 


787 


(307) 








Auto Insurance 




(10) 


16 


15 






Hunter-Safety Supplies ._— 




2,860 


1,026 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Grants-in-Aid 


85,382 


99,691 


79,031 


81,400 


72,515 


71,400 


Field Equipment Ins. _ _ 




202 




305 




305 


State Controller __ 


3,232 


6,773 


5,495 


7,500 


10,000 


10,000 


Moving Household Goods _ 






4,289 


2,160 


2,700 


2,400 


Board of Prisoners 






487 
23,214 


700 
17,000 


500 


500 


Game Control _ _ _ 




Credits 






(18,616) 


(17,280) 


(17,280) 


(17,280) 






TOTAL OPERATING 


._$ 412,814 


$ 373,833 


$ 481,246 


$ 519,741 


$ 419,367 


$ 424,609 







228 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 333,049 $ 341,714 $ 338,207 $ 369,865 

Out-of-Stcrte 5,257 5,584 4,717 6,625 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 338,306 $ 347,298 $ 342,924 $ 376,490 

Land and Buildings $ 29L373 $ 302,768 $ 519,440 $ 256,865 

Livestock and Poultry $ 1,500 $ 1,388 

EQUIPMENT 

Machinery and Equipment — 

New Addition $ 62,727 $ 44,994 $ 61,866 $ 24,591 

Replacement 19,241 20,472 25,875 25,206 

Motor Vehicles — • 

New Addition 4,852 5,611 

Special — 

New Addition -. 110,379 18,783 12,518 32,780 

Replacement 1,191 790 1,512 1,980 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 198,390 $ 90,65 $ 101,771 $ 84,557 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..... $2,396,395 $2,322,549 $2,745,070 $2,600,079 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 323,858 
3,410 



$ 324,871 
3,410 



$ 327,268 $ 328,281 



$ 220,068 $ 226,487 



$ 7,320 
16,781 


$ 


10,140 
3,565 


295 
3,595 




70 
3.500 


$ 27,991 


$ 


17,275 



$2,305,174 $2,329,175 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



32 



31 



32 



28 



31 



31 



Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits .„. 



$143,282 
.. 8,149 



TOTAL. 



.-$151,431 



$120,500 
6,704 

$127,204 



$136,639 
7,967 

$144,606 



$103,250 
6,554 

$109,804 



$100,358 
6,855 

$107,213 



$101,415 
7,142 

$108,557 



OPERATING 

Postage -, 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities _.. 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Advertising 

Audits 

Taxes and Assessments 

Physical Examinations 

Refunds 

Official Bonds 

Legal 

Auto Insurance 

Moving Household Goods ... 

Buildings Insurance - 

State Controller 

Credit from Hdq. Bldg. Rent 



7,242 
11,445 

3,615 

34,218 

182 

4,885 



222 
321 
555 
588 
16 
1,657 
150 



3,232 



2,549 


$ 3,419 


$ 2,800 


$ 3,000 


$ 3,000 


5,978 


4,760 


7,418 


6,411 


6,406 


5,073 


6,600 


3,957 


3,970 


3,970 


37,969 


40,796 


37,450 


37,138 


38,638 


146 


247 


100 


100 


100 


5,345 


9,994 


11,190 


10,375 


10,575 




3,084 


3,500 


3,500 


3,500 


255 


260 


300 


250 


250 


434 


396 


500 


400 


400 


591 


548 


600 


600 


600 


(13) 


990 


700 


747 


749 


16 


16 


20 


20 


20 


1,125 


1,018 


1,146 


1,200 


1,200 


142 


106 


86 


85 


85 


26 


4,375 


4,275 


1,000 


1,000 


(38) 


(15) 
464 










95 


15,000 


5,500 


5,500 


6,773 


5,495 


7,500 


10,000 


10,000 




(16,712) 


(17,280) 


(17,280) 


(17,280) 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 68,328 



$ 66,371 



$ 65,936 



$ 79,262 



$ 67,016 



$ 68,713 



TRAVEL 

In-State ._ $ 13,719 

Out-of-State 845 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 14,564 



Land and Buildings $ 3,077 

EOUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 11,075 

Replacement 1,365 

Special — 

New Addition 32 

Replacement - 40 



$ 11,458 
561 


$ 12,434 
1,140 


$ 


4,895 
950 


$ 


5,842 

150 


$ 


5,330 
150 


$ 12,019 


$ 13,574 


$ 


5,845 


$ 


5,992 


$ 


5,480 


$ 7,208 


$ 30,376 






$ 


2,610 


$ 


2,170 


315 
1,166 


3,434 
814 




625 
220 




230 
490 




460 


305 


24 
5 




10 











TOTAL EOUIPMENT & BLDGS. 


-..$ 15,589 


$ 8,994 


$ 34,653 


$ 855 


$ 3,330 


$ 2,630 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... 


..$249,912 


$214,588 


$258,769 


$195,766 


$183,551 


$185,380 



230 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION— ADMINISTRATION 



Program and Performance 

Title 26, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes the Fish and Game Commission. 

The unit under the Chief Clerk is the service \mit of the department. Some of the administrative positions are 
included along with accounting, clerical, stenographic and temporary assistance. 

The requirements of the service unit depends entirely upon the operations of other divisions. Expansion and any- 
appreciable decline or curtailment effects our needs. 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION— LAND AGENT 

Program and Performance 

Monies budgeted for the operation of the Lands Division will be used for salaries, mileage and per diem for two 
employees. In the process of obtaining title to land for wildlife purposes, a number of steps ore involved. 

Activities: 

After the decisions to purchase have been made, projects must be submitted and approval obtained from the 
U. S. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Immediately after this is accomplished, an appraisal must be made 
to determine market value on each of the tracts. 

Landovraers are then contacted and if possible, sale terms are agreed on. Options, contracts, exchange agree- 
ments, or other documents ore drown for the signature of the owner and given to the Commission for their considera- 
tion. If approved, necessary surveys or other property descriptions are made or arranged for. Abstracting is then re- 
quested and examinations and deeds or other documents obtained from the Department attorney. 

The division also handles rights of way for roads, pipelines, ditches, telephone and power lines for the 
Department. 

Purpose: 

The primary pxorpose of land acquisition can be divided into three categories. These are: 

Lands for use as waterfowl development areas to provide nesting, resting, feeding and public shooting 

sites. 

Lands for use as wintering areas for big game. 

Small sites for use as access areas to public waters in the State. These provide space for parking, boat 

launching and camping. 

In addition, the management of the deeded and leased lands, and the rights involved, are handled by the 
division. 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION— SEARCH AND RESCUE 

The Commission is not specifically instructed by state law to participate in search and rescue activities. For 
this reason, we normally participate only if human life or suffering is involved or at the specific direction of the 
appropriate authorities. 

The general public expects any public agency to assist in any sort of emergency. We ore often aided in our 
normal duties by other law enforcement agencies so it is only fair to assist them when they need our assistance. 

A good portion of our search and rescue duties ore in the "back country." Our agency is quite well suited to 
this type of work. We have four wheel drive vehicles, oversnow vehicles, boats and horses. We have airplanes 
and pilots capable of operating in the moxintains. All our equipment can operate on the state police radio frequency. 
Many of our employees are trained in first aid and first aid kits are carried in vehicles and planes. 

We are. sure that some lives have been saved through the efforts of our employees. There can be no better 
justification of this project. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

AIRCRAFT ACCOUNT 1957-58 1958-59 1959-80 1960-61 

OPERATING 

Total Expenses $21,021 $38,995 $40,424 $25,000 

Chg. to other Divisions (30,976) (25,420) (21,505) (25,000) 

Over-charge or Expense (9,955) 13,575 5,769 

Trade-in Credit (13,150) 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $ (9,955) $ 13,575 $ 5,769 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



25,000 


$ 34,500 


(27,000) 


(28,000) 


(2,000) 


6,500 




(4,500) 



$ (2,000) 



$ 2,000 



AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

CANYON FERRY 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 

Salaries and Wages $ 435 $ 1,085 

Employee Benefits 31 68 

TOTAL $ 466 $ 1,153 

OPERATING 

Telephone and Telegraph 

TOTAL OPERATING 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 107 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 107 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition $ 8 $ 750 

Replacement 6 23 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT .._ $ 14 $ 773 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $ 480 $ 2,033 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



^Included Elsewhere— 



398 $ 950 

73 65 



$ 1,071 



$ 1,015 



258 
258 



250 
250 



1,063 
55 



1,030 
50 



$ 1,118 



$ 1,080 



$ 2,453 



$ 2,350 



69 



$ 949 



$ 250 
$ 250 



100 



$ 100 



$ 1,299 



71 



$ 951 



$ 250 
$ 250 



100 
100 



$ 1,301 



232 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

COMMISSIONERS 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 5 5 5 5 

Salaries and Wages $ 3,923 $ 3,947 $ 3,614 $ 4,200 

Employee Benefits 20 4 

TOTAL $ 3,923 $ 3,967 $ 3,618 $ 4,200 

OPERATING 

Postage . - - $ 11 $ 32 $ 35 

Telephone and Telegraph -. $ 1,079 873 419 450 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance — — 4 3 5 

Special Items 

Legal and Witness Fees 1,705 1,614 1,700 

Official Bonds 48 30 42 50 

Freight and Express 5 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2.832 $ 918 $ 2,115 $ 2,240 

TRAVEL 

In-State . ,_.$ 5,956 $ 5,514 $ 5,471 $ 5,716 

Out-of-state -- 117 349 200 

TOTAL TRAVEL -_„ $ 6,073 $ 5,863 $ 5,471 $ 5,916 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

Special — 
New Addition $ 22 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 22 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .--—$ 12,828 $10,770 $11,204 $12,356 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 4,200 $ 4,200 



35 
450 



1,700 
50 



$ 2,235 



$ 4,200 $ 4,200 



35 
450 



1,700 
50 



$ 2,235 



2,500 $ 2,500 



$ 2,500 $ 2,500 



$ 8,935 



$ 8,935 



AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION— COMMISSSIONERS 



Program and Performance 

The five-man board of commissioners, appointed by the Governor, has supervision over all fish and wildlife 
animals of the state. Twenty-four specific sections under Chapter 36 of the State of Montana Laws designate the 
duties and powers of the Fish and Gome Commission. 

A detailed listing of these duties can be found in a copy of the 1959-60 revised laws on pages 6-12. The follow- 
ing are a brief resume: The Commission shall have the power and authority to: 

1 . Protect, preserve and propagate fish and game animals. 

2. To expend funds under the control of the Commission. 

3. To fix seasons, bag limits, open and close seasons on fish and game animals. 

4. To establish and maintain an educational and biological staff to collect and disseminate data and in- 
formation necessary for proper management of the wildlife resources. 

Principally, the Commission establishes a policy for the operation of the Department and maintains a high de- 
gree of operative efficiency in the Department. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actuol Estimate Recommended 

ENFORCEMENT 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 62 63 63 64 66 66 

Salaries and Wages -. .-.$285,892 $292,163 $284,148 $314,639 $322,508 $328,439 

Employee Benefits 19,554 21,436 20,725 20,131 23,809 24,866 



TOTAL ____.„ $305,446 $313,599 $304,873 $334,770 $346,317 $353,305 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 630 $ 3,595 $ 3,938 $ 3,949 

Supplies 4,299 3,720 9,675 5,405 

Telephone and Telegraph 8,985 9,830 9,594 10,760 

Printing 547 326 773 756 

Association Dues 8 919 64 540 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance (7,517) (5,732) 7,519 7,575 

Utilities.- 2,697 3,373 327 260 

Special Items 

Building Insurance 2,287 

Taxes and Assessments 5 132 8 

Lab. Fees 15 15 10 60 

Official Bonds 273 301 306 345 

Legal 607 273 441 655 

Advertising 12 38 6 80 

Freight and Express 246 138 169 190 

Physical Examinations 81 30 68 155 

Auto Insurance 8 8 15 

Field Equipment Insurance — . 101 105 

Moving Household Goods --... 1,934 1,210 

Board of Prisoners 487 700 

Refunds 45 

TOTAL OPERATING $13,175 $17,067 $35,364 $32,768 $32,002 $32,182 

TRAVEL 

In-State .....$143,716 $147,226 $129,908 $126,220 $126,612 $128,137 

Out-of-state 127 303 335 350 



$ 2,721 


$ 2,721 


5,034 


5,034 


10,653 


10,653 


559 


559 


350 


350 


9,200 


9,200 


275 


275 




75 


10 


10 


25 


25 


350 


350 


500 


500 


25 


25 


200 


200 


100 


100 




105 


1,500 


1,500 


500 


500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $143,843 $147,529 $130,243 $126,570 $126,612 $128,137 



Land and Buildings .. $ 18,092 $ 35,208 $ 51 $ 1,100 $ 1,800 $ 1,000 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 10,406 3,678 7,395 2,503 

Replacement 1,761 1,676 1,263 10,299 1,550 1,350 

Special — 

New^ Addition 230 247 1,089 17,325 

Replacement 373 265 249 710 3,250 3,000 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDGS. 


...$ 30,862 


$ 41,074 


$ 10,047 


$ 31,937 


$ 6,600 


$ 5,350 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... 


.. $493,326 


$519,269 


$480,527 


$526,045 


$511,531 


$518,974 



234 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION— ENFORCEMENT 



Program and Performance 

The duties and responsibilities of the Enforcement Division are established by law under Section 26-110 of the 
Revised Codes of Montana. 

This division is organized to perform these duties under the following general program: 

1. To enforce the laws of the State of Montana and the orders, rules and regulations of the State Fish and Game 
Commission. 

2. To see that all those who hunt, fish, or take game, or fur-bearing animals, game birds or fish have neces- 
sary licenses. 

3. To assist in a state-wide fish and wildlife management program. 

4. To administer a field administration program as directed by the Commission. 

5. To assist in an information and education program stressing preventive low enforcement, landowner-sports- 
man relationships, hunter safety, bocrt safety, youth and adult educational wildlife management programs. 

The piesent enforcement program is designed to fulfill the above responsibilities through the organization based 
upon the following factors: 

1 . Hunting and fishing pressure 

2. Land area 

3. Human population 

4. Potential hunting and fishing resources — expansion will be planned to correlate with these factors. 

The future enforcement program stresses the importance of highly qualified field personnel to perform the vari- 
ous complex duties required. This program stresses preventive law enforcement closely allied with on accelerated 
educational program with the ultimate goal of a well-regulated wildlife management program to provide maximum 
recreational values for future use. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



FISHERIES 



1957 Biennium 1359 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) ._ 



46 



48 



51 



52 



57 



57 



Solctries and Wages $314,543 

Employee Benefits 19,679 



TOTAL $334,222 



$341,623 
22,666 

$364,289 



$355,786 
24,237 

$380,023 



$368,872 
26,206 

$395,078 



$327,776 
23,923 

$351,699 



$337,610 
25,200 

$362,810 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 2,164 

Supplies 4,432 

Telephone and Telegraph 5,492 

Printing 361 

Association Dues 5 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 7,757 

Utilities 14,534 

Special Items 

Fish Food 66,958 

Ice -._ 1,397 

Fertilizers, Drugs, Etc. 41,351 

Legal 25 

Freight and Express 405 

Buildings Insurance 5,593 

Taxes and Assessments 1,206 

Fish Eggs 3,601 

Miscellaneous 48 

Refund (1,635) 

Advertising 

Lab. Fees 



$ 4,714 


$ 4,059 


$ 2,947 


$ 3,646 


5,514 


6,336 


10,309 


5,427 


6,720 


6,546 


7,011 


7,000 


940 


736 


555 


679 


40 


120 


25 


50 


6,021 


9,534 


8,182 


8,207 


15,928 


16,155 


17,470 


16,000 


63,175 


80,240 


77,950 


75,000 


1,435 


620 


1,265 


1,200 


23,751 


4,857 


7,017 


5,000 


6 


10 






762 


1,270 


1,282 


800 




3 


15 




1,099 


1,570 


3,265 


1,884 




31 


34,025 


4,000 


266 


1,339 
15 


270 




115 


122 




150 


400 


828 


100 


600 



TOTAL OPERATING -.-.^$153,694 



$130,886 



$134,391 



$171,688 



$129,643 



3,646 

5,427 

7,000 

679 

50 

8,207 
16,000 

75,000 
1,200 
5,000 

800 

15 

2,261 

4,000 



600 



$129,885 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



-$ 65,788 
.- 1,257 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 67,045 



$ 74,396 
1,934 

$ 76,330 



$ 76,539 



$ 77,421 



$ 85,500 
1,555 

$ 87,055 



$ 76,539 
500 

$ 77,039 



$ 76,539 
500 

$ 77,039 



Land and Buildings $ 98,759 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 20,038 

Replacement 1 1 ,45 1 

Special — 

New Addition .__ 107,618 

Replacement 29 



$155,498 



18,495 
9,052 

772 
206 



$287,376 



7,275 
19,265 

2,659 
184 



$113,834 



9,802 

4,605 
310 



$ 71,458 



1,600 
6,691 



$ 85,317 



1,565 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDGS. 


.. $237,895 


$184,023 


$316,759 


$137,499 


$ 79,749 


$ 86,882 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ..- 


..$792,856 


$755,528 


$908,594 


$791,320 


$638,130 


$656,616 



236 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION— HSHERIES 



Program and Performance 

The Fisheries Division will manage the waters of Montana to provide the highest quality fishing possible. 
Presently this means providing fishing for some 250,000 anglers annually, who will, according to statewide creel 
survey, fish approximately 1 '/2 million fisherman days, and will spend in the process, from seven to eight dollars 
per day. 

To obtain information essential to a good fisheries management program, surveys and investigations designed 
to provide knowledge of the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of state waters will be continued. 

Since over 70 per cent of the fish caught in Montana are naturally-reared in the wild, considerable effort is di- 
rected toward preservation of conditions favorable to wild fish populations. This aspect of fisheries management 
would include the work of the Pollution Control Biologist, who works full time in liaison with the State Board of 
Health and the Montana Pollution Council toward control and abatement of pollution as it relates to fish and 
wildlife. 

Where new highways are to parallel fishery streams, the fisheries division will work very closely with the con- 
struction agency, and will recommend measures for the preservation of natural stream conditions. Construction of 
dams often creates waters less desirable for trout than was the natural stream. The fisheries division will point out 
areas that offer minimum damage to sport fishing. 

Action programs will continue to require a large proportion of the fisheries budget. These programs axe activi- 
ties that ore direct and observable and would include rehabilitation of waters to remove undesirable fish popula- 
tions, construction of fishing lakes in areas where little fishing is available, purchase and development of access 
areas to important fishing waters, and hatching and planting fish. 

Efficient utilization of the production of Montana fish hatcheries depends upon surveys which will furnish such 
information as, the species best suited to a particular water, the number and size of fish needed, and the contribu- 
tion of the hatchery fish to the fisherman's creel. 

Through temperature variations at different fish hatcheries over the state, and through proper manipulation of 
brood stocks within the hatchery system, it will be possible to have the proper size, numbers, and species of fish 
for stocking at the time they are needed. Continued investigations and research at the fish hatcheries will determine 
the most efficient feeds, the control of fish diseases, and the most improved methods of fish distribution. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actuol Estimate 

GAME MANAGEMENT 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 55 55 56 56_ 

Salaries and Wages $324,732 $349,962 $355,882 $392,467 

Employee Benefits „ 20,462 22,828 24,056 29,984 

TOTAL $345,194 $372,790 $379,938 $422,451 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 5,146 $ 7,267 $ 6,005 $ 5,522 

Supplies 8,457 8,804 9,252 7,595 

Telephone and Telegraph 6,206 7,055 8,569 9,500 

Printing 1,143 2,368 3,074 3,400 

Association Dues 6 11 5 5 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 7,609 7,570 11,279 12,603 

Utilities 5,989 7,836 7,545 8,345 

Special Items 

Auto Insurance 20 23 

Building Insurance 2,222 8 (825) 925 

Taxes and Assessments 17,383 18,129 18,354 18,325 

Miscellaneous 66 146 25 50 

Freight and Express 139 1,178 159 170 

Field Equip. Ins. __„ 101 200 

Advertising 157 192 200 

Legal Fees - 10 

Bird and Game Food .._ ._„. 18,803 12,769 13,854 11,600 

Moving Household Goods 1,455 950 

Fertilizer, Feed, Etc 3,000 

Emergency Fund for 

Game Control ...„_ 23,214 17,000 

Credit from Forest Service ..,_ (1,904) 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 73,169 $ 73,429 $100,276 $ 99,390 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 94,647 $ 93,853 $ 99,449 $123,900 

Out-of-state 2,609 1,939 2,269 3,070 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 97,256 $ 95,792 $101,718 $126,970 

Land and Buildings $169,203 $104,388 $200,071 $116,006 

Livestock and Poultry 1,500 1,388 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 16,649 20,818 40,577 8,400 

Replacement 4,260 8,063 4,000 3,950 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition - - 4,852 72 

Special — 

New Addition 1,062 4,841 8,238 7,330 

Replacement 692 266 780 785 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT, BLDGS. 

AND POULTRY $196,718 $139,94 8 $255,054 $136,471 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $712,337 $681,959 $836,986 $785,282 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



52 



52 



$376,794 
27,471 

$404,265 



$377,515 
28,363 

$405,878 



6,096 
8,819 
8,187 
3,067 
5 


$ 6,000 

8,819 

8,187 

3,067 

5 


13,892 
7,545 


12,842 
7,545 


19,000 


1,200 

19,000 


200 
200 


200 
200 
200 


15,143 
1,200 


15,143 
900 



$ 83,354 



$ 99,500 
2,500 

$102,000 



$144,200 



5,490 
7,950 



345 



$157,985 



$ 83,308 



$ 99,500 
2,500 

$102,000 



$138,000 



9,680 
550 



$148,230 



$747,604 



$739,416 



238 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION— GAME MANAGEMENT 



Program and Perfonnance 

One of the chief objectives of this Division will be to recommend game management programs and seasons to 
the Montana Fish and Gome Commission through the Director. These programs are designed to provide maximum 
recreational opportunity to sportsmen. This will be accomplished through sustained annual harvests of game birds, 
big game and fur-bearers. 

In order that recommendations may be factually based, the Division will conduct biological investigations and 
surveys relating to the game birds, big game, and fur-bearers of Montana. These activities will be primarily con- 
cerned with game habitat, game population trends, and harvests by hunters and trappers. In addition, special re- 
search projects will be concerned with life history studies and designated management problems. 

Approximately 100,000 upland bird and waterfowl hunters, 130,000 big game hunters and 1,000 trappers will 
benefit from this program each year. 

It is expected through this type of management that an annual harvest of about 500,000 game birds, 150.000 
big game animals and 60,000 fur-bearers can be maintained. 

The successful execution of the necessary investigative work will require an adequate staff of men trained and 
educated in the biological and various other sciences. 

The Game Management Division will acquire, develop, and maintain lands for the propagation of gome birds 
and animals. Operation of these wildlife management areas will be chiefly designed to develop and improve them 
as big game winter range, or as feeding, resting and breeding areas for upland birds and waterfowl. These carefully 
selected tracts of land, water, and marsh will provide definite benefits to the public. In the cose of big game, badly 
needed winter ranges will establish a stable forage base. This will make possible a maximum harvest of game 
and at the same time reduce possible problems of big game-livestock competition. By providing needed require- 
ments for upland game birds and waterfowl, hunting opportunities will be materially improved. And, finally, these 
areas will guarantee public access and enjoyment. 

The Game Management Division will establish various native game animals in areas of suitable habitat by 
live-trapping and transplanting. Live-trapping and transplanting of wild turkeys and releases of Chinese pheasants 
reared on gam^ forms also will be continued. Esloblishment of new Canada goose flocks through maintenance of 
captive flocks on fenced pastures will continue. These activities will produce new huntable populations of game 
birds and animals for the additional enjoyment of Montana sportsmen. 

The Game Management Division will participate in the evaluation of the effects on wildlife of proposed water 
impoundment projects within the State. Mitigations of damage to wildlife by such projects will be included in such 
reports. The Division may participate in game damage investigations and control. Occasionally, the Division is re- 
quested to live-trap birds and animals for restocking purposes in other States. In such cases, transplant stock is 
furnished at cost upon the approval by the Montana Fish and Game Commission. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

GRANTS-IN-AID 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

OPERATING 

Special Items 
Grants to: 

Montana State University] $ 27,500 $26,706 $18,900 $ 9,500 $ 9,500 $ 9,500 

Montana State College f 9,400 9,400 9,400 

University Research 

Wildlife Unit 11,250 15,103 20,642 18,500 18,500 18,500 

Predator Control 43,228 48,358 39,489 44,000 34,000 34,000 

Fishes of Montana 

(Dr. C. J. Brown, MSC) .-_. 3,345 540 1,115 

Extension Trapper 59 8,984 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 85,382 


$ 99,691 


$ 79,031 


$ 81,400 


$ 72,515 


$ 71,400 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


... $ 85,382 


$ 99,691 


$ 79,031 


$ 81,400 


$ 72,515 


$ 71,400 



AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION— University Research, Predcrtor Control, University Grants 

Program and Performance 

GRANTS-IN-AID 

University Research 

The research unit is operated through the cooperation of the Fish and Game Department, State University and 
the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. A training, educational and research program in wildlife management 
is the main objective of the Unit. 

Predator Control 

During tlie biennium the Fish and Game Department will contribute $30,000 annually to the predator control pro- 
gram conducted by the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in cooperation with the State Livestock Commission, 
the counties, and the Fish and Game Department. The State Fish and Game Director is a member of the Advisory 
Committee which makes recommendations on the conduct of the predcrtor control program. 

Contribution to this program is not so much for purposes of game management as it is a means of discharging 
a part of the Commission's responsibility toward overall predator management. Contributed funds will be used for 
salaries, equipment and operations by the Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. 

Bounty payments on mountain lions ($50.00) will be continued. 

University Research Predator Control — MSC, MSU 

State College and University Education Grants 

The Department has a continuing agreement with both the College and the University to support an adult edu- 
cation program in fish and game management. A statement of agreement calls for the program to: "Develop a 
better understanding of advanced management of the natural reserve base, to the end that a more favorable en- 
vironment for wildlife species may be attained and maintained." 



240 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION— HSHES OF MONTANA 



Program and Performance 
Grants-in-Aid 

"Fishes of Montana" is a book being written by Dr. C. J. D. Brown of Montana State College. It is being pre- 
pared as a cooperative project between the Agricultural Experiment Station and the Montana Fish and Game De- 
portment. Dr. Brown is an internationally renowned fisheries scientist. He has studied fish life in Montana for many 
years and has made extensive fish collections which ore preserved in the Fish and Wildlife Museum at Montana 
State College. 

"Fishes of Montana" will describe all of the fish found in the state, their distribution, life history and other in- 
formation of scientific value and public interest. 

It will also contain keys for the identification of individual species. The book will be of great value to fishery J 
workers in managing the state's sport fishery and will be of considerable interest to sportsmen and the general 
public. 

During the biennium $1,115.00 is budgeted as a grant to Dr. Brown for the completion of this work. He will use 
it in making fish collections, including hiring student help and transportation costs. It also will be used to defray 
costs involved in preserving and identifying fish collections and costs of photographic and other materials. All 
printing costs are to be assumed by the Experiment Station. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



INFORMATION-EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Bieimiuin 
Actual Estimote 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



11 



14 



14 



17 



17 



Salaries and Wages $ 36,619 

Employee Benefits 2,116 



TOTAL $ 38,735 



$ 47,775 
2,709 

$ 50,484 



$ 68,545 
4,085 

$ 72,630 



$ 82,465 
5,403 

$ 87,868 



$ 83,347 
5,848 

$ 89,195 



$ 84,090 
6,075 

$ 90,165 



OPERATING 

Postage -^ 
Supplies 



Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities - 

Special Items 

Building Insurance 

Fairs and Expositions 

Advertising 

Freight and Express 

Official Bonds 

Hunter-Safety Supplies 

Miscellaneous 

Physical Examinations 

Moving Household Goods 



3,358 
3,505 
1,213 
4,100 
165 

118 
36 

56 
666 
778 
184 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 14,179 



$ 3,245 


$ 


3,572 


$ 3,750 


$ 


3,392 


$ 


3,392 


) 5,149 




6,955 


6,950 




4,924 




4,924 


1,393 




2,959 


3,158 




2,087 




2,087 


) 5,792 




8,299 


12,160 




6,063 




6,063 


94 




314 


150 




150 




150 


266 




4,052 


5,215 




1,165 




1,165 


123 




184 


130 
60 




130 
60 




130 
44 


766 




1,008 


790 




750 




750 


742 




1,283 


665 




665 




665 


143 




148 


220 




150 




150 


5 




10 






10 




10 


2,860 




1,026 


1,000 




1,000 




1,000 


10 




13 
436 


10 




10 




10 


$ 20,588 


$ 30,259 


$ 34,258 


$ 20,556 


$ 20,540 


$ 8,801 


$ 


13,525 


$ 22,659 


$ 


12,000 


$ 


12,000 


498 




91 


500 




260 




260 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



..$ 8,819 
302 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 9,121 



$ 9,299 



$ 13,616 



$ 23,159 



$ 12,260 



$ 12,260 



Land and Buildings $ 1,755 

EOUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 4,206 

Replacement .- _. 165 

Special — 

New Addition 847 

Replacement 57 



$ 139 



805 
227 



12,596 
53 



$ 798 



1,532 
253 



508 
287 



$ 425 



2,435 
610 

3,510 
175 



$ 295 



70 
500 



TOTAL EOUIPMENT & BLDGS. 


..$ 7,030 


$ 13,820 


$ 3,378 


$ 7,155 


$ 295 


$ 570 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES . .. 


,.$ 69,065 


$ 94,191 


$119,883 


$152,440 


$122,306 


$123,535 



242 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION— INFORMATION-EDUCATION 



Program and Performance 

The office of Information and Education was established to assure Montanans that adequate news, information, 
and educational materials would be made available. 

Two years ago, it was indicated to the Fish and Game Commission that Montanans were not being kept abreast 
of the Fish and Game activities. Thus, a new and extended program of information and education was asked for 
and is being carried out. News releases are being sent twice a week to all daily and weekly newspapers, all radio 
stcrtions, and television stations. The quarterly publication, "Montana Wildlife," is edited and published by the Mon- 
tana Fish and Game Department for free distribution to all interested Montanans. This publication contains articles 
covering Department activities in fisheries, big gome, information, and education. Information bulletins are also 
available to Montanans. These bulletins are concerned with the management activities of the Fish and Game De- 
partment. 

District Information and Education representatives are stationed in four of the Department's seven administra- 
tive districts. These representatives work closely with the newspapers and radio stations and carry on a weekly 
fifteen-minute television program. Their responsibilities also include close liaison in work with the many sportsmen's 
clubs and other organizations found in the district. Again, their principal job on a local basis is to keep the public 
informed of all activities carried on by the Department. 

The movies and television section of the division is charged with the responsibility of producing television pro- 
grams and short movies for use by any group in Montana. These movies again depict the activities of the 
Department. 

The education section of the division carries a program of wildlife resource management to the youth of Mon- 
tana. This program cooperates closely with the schools and with summer camps. The wildlife exhibit of native spe- 
cies of Montana is taken to fourteen county fairs in the stcrte. Over 15,000 people visit this exhibit each year. 

Legislation was enacted four years ago and two years ago in the interest of public safety. This legislation 
required that all youth of Montana fifteen years of age and younger wishing to hunt must have a certificate of com- 
petency. A training program was instituted on a coimty basis and is supervised by this division. Further legislation 
was enacted requiring minimum safety standards and numbering for boats operating in Montana waters. This law 
is also administered by the Department. 

The two functions of the Information and Education Division is to coordinate the information and education ac- 
tivities of the Department to keep the Montana public well informed of all activities in the field of fish and game 
management. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 



MECHANIC SHOP 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Special Items 

Total Expenses -$ 16,748 

Credit (9,251) 

Shop Expense 7,497 



$ 17,335 


$ 18,330 


$ 19,000 


$ 19,000 


$ 19,000 


(8,403) 


(7,477) 


(5,850) 


(6,235) 


(6,235) 


8,932 


10,853 


13,150 


12,765 


12,765 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ._.- _ $ 7,497 $ 8,932 


$ 10,853 $ 13,150 


$ 12,765 $ 12,765 


AGENCY— nSH AND GAME COMMISSION 


Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 
OVERSNOW VEHICLE 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 

TOTAL 

OPERATING 

Special Items 
Total Expenses --_ 

Charge to other Divisions 
Over-charge or Expense .. 

EQUIPMENT 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 



32 
2 



34 



648 


$ 3,000 


$ 3,000 


$ 3,000 


(1,370) 


(3,000) 


(3,000) 


(3,000) 


(722) 









$ 5,539 
$ 5,539 



$ 5,573 



$ (722) 



244 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

TIBER DAM 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 

(Including Full-Time — Included Elsewhere — 

Board Members) 

Salaries and Wages $ 475 $ 333 $ 737 $ 700 $ 880 $ 880 

Employee Benefits 32 23 50 50 69 71 

TOTAL ■„■■■$ 507 $ 356 $ 787 $ 750 $ 949 $ 951 

OPERATING 

Supplies - $ 21 $ 20 $ 21 $ 21 

Telephone and Telegraph 2 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance $ 49 $ 471 295 270 300 300 

Utilities 5 38 10 . 10 25 25 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 54 $ 509 $ 328 $ 300 $ 346 $ 346 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 280 $ 301 $ 318 $ 275 $ 315 $ 315 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 280 $ 301 $ 318 $ 275 $ 315 $ 315 

Land and Buildings $ 120 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 216 $ 123 $ 575 $ 400 

Replacement 235 143 175 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDGS. -, $ 336 $ 358 $ 718 $ 575 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ---, $ 1,177 $ 1,524 $ 2,151 $ 1,900 $ 1.610 $ 1,612 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

VEHICLE ACCOUNT 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

OPERATING 
Special Items 

Total Expenses $262,426 $174,433 $281,574 $272,000 $282,000 $270,000 

Credit from Trad^in „- _____ (40,579) (12,150) (42,507) (40,000) (50,000) (38,000) 

Credit from Mileage Chg. ______ (218,698) (227,487) (230,282) (232,000) (232,000) (232,000) 

Expense or Over-charge 3,149 (65,204) 8,785 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 3,149 $(65,204) $ 8.785 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

DISTRICT WAREHOUSE 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

OPERATING 
Special Items 

Charges $ 225 $ 2,504 $ 5,709 $ 4,100 $ 6,000 $ 6,000 

Credit (6,000) (6,000) 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES --- $ 225 $ 2,504 $ 5.709 $ 4,100 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1357 Biennium 1359 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

HELENA WAREHOUSE SUPPLIES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1360-81 

OPERATING 

Special Items 

Total Expenses $60,011 $19,429 $30,874 $30,000 

Credit (60,948) (19,207) (28,310) (30,000) 

Expenses ■- (937) 222 2,564 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ______ $ (937) $ 222 $ 2,564 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



30,000 
(30,000) 



$ 30,000 
(30,000) 



AGENCY— FISH AND GAME COMMISSION 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

HELENA WAREHOUSE 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 6,011 $ 5,758 

Employee Benefits 310 345 

TOTAL $ 6,321 $ 6,103 

OPERATING 

Supplies ._- $ 19 $ 64 

Telephone and Telegraph 472 330 

Printing 88 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 98 

UtUities 411 352 

Special Items 

Buildings Insurance 299 

Freight and Ebcpress 2 10 

Taxes and Assessments ,__ 

Woodworking Shop Expense 1,256 2,714 

Bulk Gas/Oil Storage .._.._ __ (535) 787 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,022 $ 4,345 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 124 $ 58 

TOTAL TRAVEL ...$ 124 $ 58 

Land and Buildings __. $ 366 $ 327 

EQUIPMENT AND MACHINERY 

New Addition 129 10 

Replacement 233 30 

Special — 

New Addition 590 

Replacement .__ 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDGS. ....$ 1,318 $ 367 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $ 9,785 $10,873 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



10,288 $ 6,000 
467 490 



$ 10,755 



$ 6,490 



56 
354 



431 

45 
3 

(307) 

582 



150 

375 

50 



530 
75 



$ 1,180 



305 
305 



$ 450 
$ 450 



$ 768 



15 
82 



$ 872 



$ 25,500 



250 
100 



$ 25,850 



$ 5,285 



$ 5,693 



60 
375 



275 



$ 935 



$ 300 
$ 300 



$ 5,285 
421 

$ 5,706 



60 
375 



275 





300 


75 


75 


150 


150 



$ 1,235 



$ 300 
$ 300 



$ 12,514 



$ 33,970 



$ 6,928 



$ 7,241 



246 

SUMMARY OF— FORESTER 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 





I9S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 




30 


35 


43 


47 


42 


42 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


. $575,747 


$595,918 


$731,646 


$883,691 


$706,026 


$686,464 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 
Salaries and Wages 


_ $298,627 
„ 235,272 
.. 37,924 
.. 3,924 


$309,713 

232,230 

42,609 

11,366 


$359,079 

323,527 

43,554 

5,486 


$491,508 

309,759 

71,200 

11,224 


$379,258 

259,985 

40,697 

26,086 


$375,925 


Operating Expenses 

Travel 

Equipment 


258,047 
40,697 
11,795 


TOTAL - 


.$575,747 


$595,918 


$731,646 


$883,691 


$706,026 


$686,464 


FINANCING 

General Fund 

Other 

Protection Assessments 

Protection — Clorke-McNary 
Brush and Slash Disposal ... 
Timber Stand Improvement 
Cooperative Forest Mgmt. ... 
Soil Bank 


..$197,145 

__ 46,535 
__ 87,529 
_. 206,814 
-. 5,174 
__ 12,390 
.. 20,160 


$232,905 

2,968 
116,815 
211,069 

3,088 
26,817 

2,256 


$240,532 

114,547 
116,514 
190,464 
25,244 
15,842 

28,503 


$265,663 

69,139 

117,455 

315,961 

38,570 

17,498 

59,405 


$190,735 

71,000 

117,800 

196,507 

44,771 

18,652 

66,561 


$232,497 

71,000 
117,800 
200,576 
43,315 
21,276 


Reclassification .. . 










TOTAL FINANCING 


_$575,747 


$595,918 


$731,646 


$883,691 


$706,026 


$686,464 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 

Reversion 



$269,303 
_ 197,025 

.$ 72,278 

$214,303 
_ 232,905 



$ 53,676 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures , — 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 — 
Estimated Expenditvtres 



. $253,900 
. 240,532 

$ 13,368 

$241,905 
.. 265,663 



Estimated Deficiency on Total Funds $ 10,390 



Timber Stand Improvement 



Balance July I, 1957 
Income 



Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1958 ...... 

Income 



Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1959 
Income 



Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 ... 



$17,058.48 
_ 18,384.88 
.. 5,174.23 

$30,269.13 
_ 20,965.32 
_ 3,088.00 



$48,146.45 
_ 21,019.42 
.. 25,243.59 



..$43,922.28 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 



Clarke - McNory 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 1,226.46 

Income 91,991.65 

Expenditures 87,528.69 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,689.42 

Income 1 16,934.38 

Expenditures 116,815.01 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 5,808.79 

Income 1 16,625.94 

Expenditures 1 16,513.61 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 5,921.12 

Cooperative Forest Management 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 5,868.57 

Income 1 7,640. 1 9 

Expenditures 12,388.6 1 



Balance June 30, 1958 $11,120.15 

Income 17,540.78 

Expenditures 26,816.80 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,844.13 

Income 18,586.30 

Expenditures 15,841.92 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 4,588.51 

Soil Bank Program 
U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 ._ $ 1,096.75 

Income 20,000.00 

Expenditures 20,080.9 1 



Balance June 30, 1958 ___. $ 1,015.84 

Income l ,300.00 

Expenditures 2,3 1 5.84 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $ 49 1 .00 



Balance June 30, 1960 ...„_$ 491.00 



NATUHAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 



File Protection Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,267.61 

Income 47,089.79 

Expenditures 46,535.10 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,822.30 

Income 55,085.42 

Expenditures 2,968.45 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 54,939.27 

Income 72,031.29 

Expenditures 114,546.53 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 12,424.03 



Slash and Brush Disposal 

Balance July 1, 1957 $176,793.80 

Income 22 1 ,044.62 

Expenditures 206,814.10 



Balance June 30, 1958 $191,024.32 

Income 211,513.55 

Expenditures 211,056.99 



Balance June 30, 1959 $191,480.88 

Income 33 1 ,320.24 

Expenditures 1 90,475.70 



Balance June 30, 1960 $332,325.42 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 



AGENCY— FORESTER 












Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


30 


35 


43 


47 


42 42 









Salaries and Wages $276,536 $285,931 $332,373 $457,063 $353,289 $349,464 

Employee Benefits 22,091 23,782 26,706 34,445 25,969 26,461 

TOTAL.. $298,627 $309,713 $359,079 $491,508 $379,258 $375,925 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,345 

Supplies 15,324 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,284 

Printing ...._ 1,536 

Association Dues 

Subscription s 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance , 

Utilities 

Special Items 

Subsistence 6,988 

Miscellaneous 31,155 

Freight and Express 6 

Fire Protection 5,911 

Official Bonds 147 

Forest Assessments 132,330 

Insect Control 4,111 

Other Insurance 514 

Forest Improvements 

Refunds 33,621 

Supplies and Equipment 

Building — Swan 

TOTAL OPERATING $235,272 $232,230 $323,527 $309,759 $259,985 $258,047 

TRAVEL 

In-State _.___..$ 33,894 $ 39,984 

Out-of-state 4,030 2,625 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 37,924 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ....$ 68 

Replacement _ 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition _ 2,939 

Replacement 917 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 3,924 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ...... $575,747 



$ 1,548 


$ 763 


$ 1,515 


$ 1,500 


$ 1,500 


21,979 


24,483 


2,275 


12,500 


12,300 


2,045 


2,399 


3,170 


2,000 


2,000 


3,385 


2,396 


4,540 


4,040 
50 


4,190 
50 






35 


145 


110 






32,609 


35,000 


35,000 






1,420 


1,550 


1,550 


6,386 


5,051 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


39,741 


19,619 


3,034 






55 


372 


285 


200 


200 


6,844 


5,184 


5,140 


5,000 


5,000 
147 


113,494 


220,070 


175,132 


150,000 


150,000 


4,870 




1,798 


2,000 






785 


800 


1,000 


1,000 




5,202 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


31,883 


36,331 


40,000 
16,006 


35,000 


35,000 




872 


12,000 







40,570 $ 67,975 

2,984 3,225 



$ 39,997 
700 



$ 11,366 



$ 5,486 



$ 11,224 



$ 26,086 



$ 39,997 
700 



$ 42,609 


$ 43,554 


$ 71,200 


$ 40,697 


$ 40,697 


$ 2,664 
248 


$ 


235 

454 


$ 


2,200 


$ 2,735 








1,765 




5,645 


11,645 


$ 11,795 


6,622 
1,832 




1,309 
1,723 




3,379 


8,900 
2,806 





$ 11,795 



$595,918 



$731,646 



$883,691 



$706,026 



$686,464 



250 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— FORESTER 



Program and Perfonnance 

The statutes pertaining to the State Forester are found Ln Sections 81-1402 through 81-1416, 81-1501 through 
81-1506, 81-1601 through 81-1604, and 81-2201 through 81-2206, Revised Codes of Montana. 

The laws relating to the State Board of Forestry ore found in Sections 28-101 through 28-134, and 28-401 through 
28-403, and all revisions thereof. Revised Codes of Montana. 

The Constitution of the State of Montana provides that the direct control of all lands granted the State for the 
support of the various educational institutions will be under the direction of the State Board of Land Commissioners. 
Because of the volume of business and the technical nature of the work, the Legislature established the Office of the 
State Forester in 1909. 

In 1939 the State Legislature created the State Board of Forestry to protect and conserve the forestry resources, 
forest range and water, to prevent forest fires and soil erosion, and to promote and facilitate cooperation between 
the State of Montana and all public and private agencies associated in such work in the state. The responsibilities 
of the State Board of Forestry lie largely with the forestry activities on privately owned forest lands, whereas the 
State Land Board is concerned with those on state-owned lands. The State Forester, acting as secretary to the Board 
of Forestry, correlates these activities to provide the most effective, yet economical system of administration. 

This department is divided into the following segments: 

Administration 

Fire F>rotection (State Icmd) 

Timber Management and Timber Sales 

Special Uses State Forest Land 

Cooperative Forest Management 

Hazard Reduction 

Timber Stand Improvement 

General 

In addition to the programs mentioned above, the State Forester has been delegated responsibilities 'not spe- 
cifically enumerated in the laws of his office. For example, because of the nature of the organization and its con- 
tractual agreements in fire control, the State Forester has been designated as deputy director of Civil Defense in 
charge of rural fire control. Another example is the designation by the Governor of the State Forester as the State 
Representative on the Columbia Basin Inter-agency work committee on forestry matters. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— GRASS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 1 1 1 1 



Balance July 1, 1957 $ 7,133.29 

Income 12,174.27 

Expenditures 9,96 1 .00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 9,346.56 

Income 6,968.15 

Expenditures 1 0,269.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 6,045.71 

Income 12,207.00 

Expenditures 10,159.00 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $ 9,961 $ 10,296 $ 10,159 $ 11,152 $ 11,218 $ 12,742 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 6,383 $ 6,750 $ 6,846 $ 6,923 

Operating Expenses 1,472 1,218 1,056 1,754 

Travel 2,106 2,328 2,257 2,275 

Equipment 200 

TOTAL $ 9,961 $ 10,296 $ 10,159 $ 11,152 $ 11,218 $ 12,742 

FINANCING 

Grass Conservation 

Commission Fund $ 9,961 $10,296 $10,159 $11,152 $11,218 $12,742 



$ 7,579 


$ 8,203 


1,339 


1,114 


2,300 


2,325 




1,100 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 9,961 $ 10,296 $ 10,159 $ 11,152 $ 11,218 $ 12,742 



GRASS CONSERVATION COMMISSION FUND 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 8,093.71 



252 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— GRASS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) „.. 1 1 

Salaries and Wages $ 6,090 $ 6,450 

Employee Benefits 293 300 

TOTAL $ 6,383 $ 6,750 

OPERATING 

Postage _ $ 45 $ 20 

Supplies -.. 300 414 

Telephone and Telegraph 154 190 

Printing 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 320 494 

Special Items 

Court and Legal Expense 653 100 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,472 $ 1,218 

TRAVEL 
In-State -.:. ._... .-$ 2,106 $ 2,328 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,106 $ 2,328 



$ 6,430 
416 

$ 6,846 



93 

50 

186 

55 

564 

108 



$ 1,056 



$ 6,500 
423 

$ 6,923 



50 

50 

190 

600 

564 

300 

1,754 



7,100 
479 



$ 7,579 



50 

50 

175 

300 

564 

200 



$ 1,339 



$ 7,700 
503 

$ 8,203 



50 

50 

175 

75 

564 

200 



$ 1,114 



$ 2,257 
$ 2,257 



$ 2,275 
$ 2,275 



$ 2,300 
$ 2,300 



$ 2,325 
$ 2,325 



EQUIPMENT 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement 

Special — ■ 

New Addition .... 



$ 200 



$ 1,100 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 








$ 200 




$ 1,100 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - 


$ 9,961 


$ 10,296 


$ 10,159 


$ 11,152 


$ 11,218 


$ 12,742 



AGENCY— GRASS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



Program and Performance 

The Grass Conservation Commission was established by the Grass Conservation Act (Sec. 46-2300 to 2332 
R.C.M. 1947) under which co-operative state grazing districts are organized and operate within the state. 

The Commission supervises the operation of state grazing districts in Montana and provides, through the Sec- 
retary (the only full-time employee), assistance and supervision to the districts as necessary in creating allotments, 
establishing grazing preferences, settling grazing controversies within the district, etc. The Commission is called in 
to hear and decide appeals from district decisions and acts as liaison agent for the districts in developing agreements 
and setting policy with the various land managing agencies of the Federal Government. The Department requires an 
audit of each district annually, together with a listing of all operators and the permits issued. The Commission 
standardizes procedures and forms to be utilized by the districts; such forms are printed and distributed by the Com- 
mission at no charge to the districts. 

Operation of the Grass Conservation Commission is financed entirely from an annual fee of not to exceed Five 
Cents (5c) per animal unit permitted within each of the districts each year. No appropriation has ever been requested 
to carry on these responsibilities, although the benefits of controlled grazing through the state grazing district pro- 
gram accrue to the general public, as well as to the operators within the districts. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


16 


19 


19 


20 


20 


20 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$142,802 


$129,828 


$127,762 


$131,644 


$130,184 


$131,406 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 93,027 $ 93,324 $ 92,823 $ 96,463 

Operating Expenses 19,742 22,952 22,663 23,905 

Travel 11,084 9,497 10,347 10,200 

Equipment.. 18,949 4 055 1,929 1,076 



$ 96,439 

23,195 

10,050 

500 


$ 97,336 

23,295 

9,900 

875 



Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 55,704.69 

Income 154,1 88.97 

Expenditures - 142,803.62 

Transfer Out 271.56 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 66,818.48 

Income . 327,712.28 

Expenditures 1 29,827.79 

Investment 225,267.60 



Balance June 30, 1959 .....$ 39,435.37 

Income 164,699.62 

Expenditures 127,762.97 

Redemption 125,000.00 

Investment 150,000.00 



TOTAL $142,802 $129,828 $127,762 $131,644 $130,184 $131,406 

FINANCING 

Oil and Gas Fund $142,802 $129,828 $127,762 $131,644 $130,184 $131,406 



TOTAL FINANCING $142,802 $129,828 $127,762 $131,644 $130,184 $131,406 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 51,372.02 



254 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 



SUMMARY 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Bocrrd Members) ,. 



16 



19 



19 



20 



20 



20 



Salaries and Wages $ 88,185 

Employee Benefits 4,842 



TOTAL $ 93,027 



$ 88,958 
4,366 

$ 93,324 



$ 87,863 

4,960 

$ 92,823 



$ 91,065 
5,398 

$ 96,463 



$ 90,834 
5,505 

$ 96,439 



$ 91,549 
5,787 

$ 97,336 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph „. 

Printing — 

Association Dues _... 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Official Bonds 

Auto Expense 

Other Insurance 

Miscellaneous _ 

Janitor Services (contract) 



1,586 
2,874 
2,966 
2,590 
655 
1,426 

5,762 

208 

148 

26 

331 

1,170 



1,344 
5,118 
2,882 
3,211 
98 
2,863 

5,451 

189 

296 

74 

1,426 



445 
4,859 
3,166 
3,576 
1,430 
1,215 

5,612 

539 



1,821 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 19,742 



$ 22,952 



$ 22,663 



$ 1,435 


$ 1,350 


$ 1,400 


4,900 


4,400 


4,500 


3,200 


3,100 


2,950 


3,000 


3,100 


3,000 


700 


700 


700 


1,000 


1,000 


900 


6,535 


6,535 


6,535 


200 


150 


150 


15 




300 


300 






1,900 


1,900 


1,900 


720 


960 


960 



$ 23,905 



$ 23,195 



$ 23,295 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



$ 9,291 
. 1,793 


$ 7,544 
1,953 


$ 8,537 
1,810 


$ 8,800 
1,400 


$ 8,750 
1,300 


$ 8,600 
1,300 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 11,084 



$ 9,497 



$ 10,347 



$ 10,200 



$ 10,050 



$ 9,900 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Special — 
New Addition 
Replacement 



..$ 1,760 



16,923 
266 



$ 2,168 
1,030 

532 
325 



$ 1,469 



460 



$ 921 
155 



300 
200 



$ 475 

400 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT _ .. . 


$ 18,949 


$ 4,055 


$ 1,929 


$ 1,076 


$ 500 


$ 875 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -. 


..-$142,802 


$129,828 


$127,762 


$131,644 


$130,184 


$131,406 



AGENCY— OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Program and Performance 

The Oil and Gas Conservation Commission came into being as of the first day of April 1953, by virtue of the 
Montana Oil and Gas Conservation Act passed by the 1953 Legislative Assembly, Chapter 238 Session Laws of 
Montana, 1953. 

Purpose of the Commission established by the 1953 Act was to insure that conservation and prevention of waste 
of oil and/or gas would be practiced throughout the State of Montana by all operators. 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— SOIL CONSERVATION COMMISSION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


.$ 10,485 


$ 11,512 


$ 11,870 


$ 11,827 


$ 12,165 


$ 12,213 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages 

Operating Expenses 

Travel 



8,198 

354 

1,933 



TOTAL $ 10,485 



$ 8,170 
1,373 
1,969 

$ 11,512 



7,744 

661 

3,465 



7,745 
1,082 
3,000 



$ 11,870 



$ 11,827 



7,795 

775 

3,595 



$ 12,165 



7,843 

775 

3,595 



$ 12,213 



FINANCING 
General Fund — . 



$ 10,485 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 10,485 



$ 11,512 
$ 11,512 



$ 11,870 
$ 11,870 



$ 11,827 
$ 11,827 



$ 12,165 
$ 12,165 



$ 12,213 
$ 12,213 



STATE APPROPRIATION ' 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 

Reversion 



.$13,210 
.- 10,485 

..$ 2,725 

..$13,210 
.. 11,512 



..$ 4,423 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$12,140 

11,870 

_,_„ $ 270 

$12,157 

11,827 

Estimated Reversion $ 600 



256 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— SOIL CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) ! 

Salaries and Wages $ 8,000 

Employee Benefits 198 

TOTAL - $ 8,198 

OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies $ 243 

Telephone and Telegraph 80 

Printing 31 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous -- 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 354 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State - -- 



;,000 
170 



7,500 
244 



7,500 
245 



$ 8,170 



$ 7,744 



$ 7,745 



$ 7,500 
295 

$ 7,795 



$ 7,500 
343 

$ 7,843 



$ 


93 


$ 61 


$ 


65 


$ 


77 


$ 


77 




220 


100 




150 




188 




188 




45 


50 




50 




60 




60 




515 


450 




450 




450 




450 




500 






367 











$ 1,373 



$ 661 



$ 1,082 



$ 775 



$ 775 



..$ 1,933 


$ 1,969 


$ 3,377 
88 


$ 3,000 


$ 3,500 
95 


$ 3,500 




95 



TOTAL TRAVEL ._...__ 


....,$ 1,933 • 


$ 1,969 


$ 3,465 


$ 3,000 


$ 3,595 


$ 3,595 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


....$ 10,485 


$ 11,512 


$ 11,870 


$ 11,827 


$ 12,165 


$ 12,213 



AGENCY— SOIL CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 

Program and Performance 

Title 76, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 — the Montana State Soil Conservation Districts Law creates govern- 
mental sub-divisions known as Soil Conservation Districts, to engage in conserving soil and water resources and 
in preventing and controlling soil erosion. The Act further establishes the State Soil Conservation Committee to 
assist in the formation of Districts and to assist Districts in the formation of their program, securing assistance to 
Districts, keep supervisors of the Districts informed of activities of other Districts and disseminate information 
throughout the State concerning activities and programs of Districts. 

The Committee has performed its duty in aiding in the formation of Soil Conservation Districts and additions 
thereto. In recent times, the Committee has assisted Districts in realignment of their boundaries. These steps require 
certain legal action of the Committee. 

The Committee employs an Executive Secretary, who works directly with Districts on problems that arise. He 
also keeps a record of District organization and pertinent District information. The Secretary, by orders from the 
Committee, keeps Districts informed through an interchange of information of particular value to them and prepares 
pamphlets, directives, letters and other information for their guidance. 



t NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

SUMMARY OF— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-80 1960-61 

Number of Positions 56 58 63 63_ 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration _. $ 67,066 $ 62,317 $ 68,622 $ 70,000 

Engineering 13,189 14,765 17,268 12,000 

Field— General 43,925 51,788 39,579 31,444 

Stream Gauging 6,787 5,893 8,957 9,300 

Maintenance 12,454 11,296 21,524 22,000 

Rural Electrification 7,774 8,853 8,185 8,000 

Planning 29,705 39,534 46,663 53,456 

Project Expenditures 406,931 532,718 285,934 843,800 

TOTAL $ 587,831 $ 727,164 $ 496,732 $1,050,000 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 110,550 $ 117,639 $ 137,904 $ 142,745 

Operating Expenses 19,269 19,448 21,386 23,905 

Travel . 10,173 10,409 14,962 9,150 

Equipment 40,908 46,950 36,546 30,400 

Project Expenditures 406,931 532,718 285,934 843,800 

TOTAL $ 587,831 $ 727,164 $ 496,732 $1,050,000 

FINANCING 

General Fund ___. $ 416,270 $ 646,000 $ 455,324 $ 699,000 

Other 

Water Conservation Fund ___ 171,561 81,164 41,408 351,000 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 587,831 $ 727,164 $ 496,732 $1,050,000 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



57 



57 



$ 58,171 


$ 58,510 


63,861 


63,487 


88,815 


101,050 


7,212 


7,212 


23,610 


23,655 


44,273 


44,355 


44,589 


44,973 


329,315 


329,315 



$ 659,845 $ 672,557 



$ 299,229 


$ 300,400 


17,692 


17,692 


9,150 


9,150 


4,460 


16,000 


329,315 


329,315 



$ 659,846 $ 672,557 



534,846 
125,000 



547,557 
125,000 



$ 659,846 $ 672,557 



Water Conservation Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 ___ $ 48,328.49 

Income 1 73,038.05 

Expenditures 1 7 1 ,560.92 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 49,805.62 

Income _.,. 147,627.89 

Expenditures 81,164.08 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 



.-$116,269.43 
.. 141,171.81 
.- 41,408.19 

.$216,033.05 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $560,768 

Expenditures 4 1 6,269 



Balance------ $144,499 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



$559,750 

_. 645,997 

Carry-over 4,934 

Reversion ..$53,318 



Carry-over - 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 

Other Deductions 

Balance -... - 



Appropriation 1960-61 
Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion - 



$ 4,934 

$575,250 

- 454,536 

255 

$125,393 



$575,250 
- 699,000 

$ 1,643 



258 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 



Division 

SUMMARY 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 




1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 




1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 




56 




58 




63 




63 




57 




57 


Salaries and Wages 


$ 


90,576 
19,974 


$ 


102,886 
14,753 


$ 


122,746 
15,158 


$ 


127,150 
15,595 


$ 


282,192 
17,037 


$ 


282,732 


Employee Benefits - - 




17,668 


TOTAL. 


.„$ 


110,550 


$ 


117,639 


$ 


137,904 


$ 


142,745 


$ 


299,229 


$ 


300,400 


OPERATING 
Postage 


$ 


1,000 
1,955 
1,377 
2,403 

54 
382 

15 

3,379 

640 

1,277 

6,787 


$ 


1,191 
2,243 
2,070 
4,359 

422 
404 

55 

581 
2,230 
5,893 


$ 


1,770 
2,925 
2,364 
3,007 

389 
200 

15 

360 
1,399 
8,957 


$ 


2,400 
3,000 
2,700 
4,000 

400 
400 

30 

400 
1,275 
9,300 


$ 


1,320 
2,251 
2,307 
3,422 

400 
350 

30 

400 

7,212 


$ 


1,320 


Supplies 




2,251 


Telephone and Telegraph -.. 
Printing — _ 




2,307 
3,422 


Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 




400 


Utilities 




350 


Special Items 

Official Bonds 

Payments to Contractors .. 

Other Insurance - -- 

Miscellaneous 

Salaries and Expenses .— 




30 

400 

7,212 


TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


19,269 


$ 


19,448 


$ 


21,386 


$ 


23,905 


$ 


17,692 


$ 


17,692 








TRAVEL 

In-State .____ 

Out-of-State 


- $ 


9,442 
731 


$ 


9,283 
1,126 


$ 


8,964 
5,998 


$ 


8,150 
1,000 


$ 


8,150 
1,000 


S 


8,150 
1,000 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


.„$ 


10,173 


$ 


10,409 


$ 


14,962 


$ 


9,150 


$ 


9,150 


$ 


9,150 


Project Expenditures . 


-.$ 


406,931 


$ 


532,718 


$ 


285,934 


$ 


843,800 


$ 


329,315 


$ 


329,315 


EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition - 

Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 

Replacement 

Special^ 
New Addition 


$ 


1,881 
897 

16,631 
21,499 


$ 


992 
251 

25,109 
20,598 


$ 


2,378 
663 

14,185 
19,320 


$ 


1,700 
1,500 

13,300 

5,000 
8,900 


$ 


500 

2,800 
1,160 


$ 




Replacement _ 




16,000 


TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 


40,908 


$ 


46,950 ■ 


$ 


36,546 


$ 


30,400 


$ 


4,460 


$ 


16,000 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES . 


- $ 


587,831 


$ 


727,164 




$496,732 


$1,050,000 


$ 


659,846 


$ 


672,557 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Inciuciing Full-Time 

Bocird Members) 7 8 9 9 

Salaries and Wages $37,972 $40,995 $44,434 $47,170 

Employee Beneflts 19,054 13,504 13,372 13,680 

TOTAL $ 57,026 $ 54,499 $ 57,806 $ 60,850 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 400 $ 240 $ 806 $ 1,000 

Supplies 910 1,130 1,827 1,870 

Telephone and Telegraph 385 466 454 550 

Printing 254 400 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 320 316 300 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 15 55 15 30 

Payments to Contractors 2,500 

Other Insurance 640 581 360 400 

Miscellaneous 159 24 100 100 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,009 $ 2,816 $ 4,132 $ 4,650 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,558 $ 4,084 $ 2,643 $ 3,000 

Out-of-state 326 815 3,010 500 

TOTAL TRAVEL ....$ 3,884 $ 4,899 $ 5,653 $ 3,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition .-„. $ 565 $ 449 $ 500 

Replacement 457 $ 18 396 500 

Special — 

New Addition 6 14 

Replacement 125 79 172 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,147 $ 103 $ 1,031 $ 1,000 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .. .._ $ 67,066 $ 62,317 $ 68,622 $ 70,000 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 48,660 
2,770 

$ 51,430 



$ 48,900 
2,869 

$ 51,769 



$ 482 

1,289 

490 

250 


$ 482 

1,289 

490 

250 


300 


300 


30 


30 


400 


400 



$ 3,241 



$ 3,241 



3,000 
500 



$ 3,500 



3,000 
500 



$ 3,500 



$ 58,171 



$ 58,510 



260 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actuol Estimate 

ENGINEERING 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 7 8 10 10 

Salaries and Wages $ 11,690 $ 13,402 $ 15,969 $ 10,295 

Employee Benefits 

TOTAL $ 11,690 $ 13,402 $ 15,969 $ 10,295 

OPERATING 

Postage ^.- - $ 110 $ 45 $ 134 $ 200 

Supplies 299 267 211 230 

Telephone and Telegraph _ 150 167 177 250 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous -- 51 35 21 25 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 610 $ 514 $ 543 $ 705 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addiion .-. $ 301 $ 466 $ 500 

Replacement 440 $ 233 177 500 

Special — 

New Addition ..-.._- 31 403 

Replacement 117 213 113 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 889 $ 849 $ 756 $ 1,000 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 13,189 $ 14,765 $ 17,268 $ 12,000 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



11 



$ 59,280 
3,569 

$ 62,849 



$ 59,280 
3,695 

$ 62,975 



$ 96 


$ 


96 


230 




230 


186 




186 



$ 512 



$ 512 



$ 500 



$ 500 



$ 63,861 $ 63,487 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

FIELD— GENERAL 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1980-81 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 

Salaries and Wages $ 4,999 $ 5,136 $ 5,993 $ 3,294 

Employee Benefits 

TOTAL $ 4,999 $ 5,136 $ 5,993 $ 3,294 

OPERATING 

Telephone and Telegraph $ 200 $ 200 

Utilities $ 382 $ 404 200 400 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous . 672 969 311 350 

TOTAL OPERATING -$ 1,054 $ 1,373 $ 711 $ 950 

TRAVEL 
In-State $ 481 $ 469 $ 335 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 481 $ 469 $ 335 

EQUIPMENT 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement $ 13,300 

Special — 

New Addition- $16,282 $24,700 $13,710 5,000 

Replacement 21,109 20,110 18,830 8,900 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT 37,391 44,810 $ 32,540 $ 27,200 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -$ 43,925 $ 51,788 $ 39,579 $ 31,444 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1982-63 



21 



21 



$ 79,212 
5,093 

$ 84,305 



$ 79,212 
5,288 

$ 84,500 



200 
350 



$ 550 



2,800 
1,160 



$ 3,960 



$ 88,815 



200 
350 



$ 550 



$ 16,000 
$ 16,000 



$101,050 



AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 



Division 



STREAM GAUGING 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 



OPERATING 

Special Items 

Salaries and Expenses 



$ 6,787 



$ 5,893 



$ 8,957 



$ 9,300 



$ 7,212 



$ 7,212 



TOTAL OPERATING 


.....$ 6,787 


$ 5,893 


$ 8,957 


$ 9,300 


$ 7,212 


$ 7,212 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


..-$ 6,787 


$ 5,893 


$ 8,957 


$ 9,300 


$ 7,212 


$ 7,212 



262 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 



Division 

MAINTENANCE 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 


1 




1 




4 




4 


4 


4 








?v-rlnTip>s nnH WrTgpw? 


$ 10,725 


$ 


10,650 


$ 


18,925 


$ 20,325 


$ 20,700 
1,260 


$ 20,700 


Employee Benefits 




1,305 








TOTAL . . 


_$ 10,725 


$ 


10,650 


$ 


18,925 


$ 20,325 


$ 21,960 


$ 22,005 


OPERATING 

Special Items 
Miscellaneous 


— 


$ 


6 


$ 


25 


$ 


25 






TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


6 


$ 


25 


$ 


25 










TRAVEL 
Tn-Stote 


„.$ 1,729 


$ 


640 


$ 


2,574 


$ 


1,650 


$ 1,650 


$ 1,650 








TOTAL TRAVKT. 


_.$ 1,729 


$ 


640 


$ 


2,574 


$ 


1,650 


$ 1,650 


$ 1,650 






TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .- 


_.$ 12,454 


$ 


11,296 


$ 21,524 


$ 22,000 


$ 23,610 


$ 23,655 


AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 


Division 

RtniAL ELECTRinCATlON 


1957 Bienniun 

Actual J 
1957-58 1 


\ctual 
958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Reconunended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 


5 




6 




7 




7 


7 


7 


Salaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 


--$ 6,933 


$ 


8,053 


$ 


7,486 


$ 


7,365 


$ 41,400 
2,424 


$ 41,400 
2,506 


TOTAL 


_-..$ 6,933 


$ 


8,053 


$ 


7,486 


$ 


7,365 


$ 43,824 


$ 43,906 


OPERATING 

Postage 


....$ 105 


$ 


45 
278 
171 

29 


$ 


160 
161 
173 

75 


S 


200 
160 
200 

75 


$ 103 
160 
186 


S 103 


Supplies 


325 


160 


Telephone and Telegraph 

Special Items 
Misf^llnTieoiis 


151 
44 


186 








TOTAL OPERATING 


_..$ 625 


$ 


523 


$ 


569 


$ 


635 


$ 449 


$ 449 


TRAVEL 
Tn-Stnte 


$ 188 


$ 


244 
33 


$ 


130 










Out-of-Stntft 


28 










TOTAL TRAVEL . 


-$ 216 


$ 


277 


$ 


130 










TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES _._ 


._$ 7,774 


$ 


8,853 


$ 


8,185 


$ 


8,000 


$ 44,273 


$ 44,355 



NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 
AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 



Division 

PLANNING 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 




2 




3 




4 




4 




6 


6 








Salaries and Wages 


....$ 


18,257 
920 


$ 24,650 
1,249 


$ 29,939 
1,786 


$ 38,701 
1,915 


$ 32,940 
1,921 


$ 33,240 


Employee Benefits 


2,005 








TOTAL 


-$ 


19,177 


$ 25,899 


$ 31,725 


$ 40,616 


$ 34,861 


$ 35,245 






OPERATING 
Postage . ... 


$ 


385 

421 

691 

2,403 

54 

879 
351 


$ 


861 

568 

1,266 

4,359 

102 
1,167 


$ 


670 

726 

1,360 

2,753 

73 
867 


$ 


1,000 

740 

1,500 

3,600 

100 
700 


$ 


639 
572 

1,245 
3,172 

100 


$ 639 


Supplies 




572 


Telephone and Telegraph 




1,245 


Printing 




3,172 


Rentals, Repairs and 
Maintenance 




100 


Special Items 

Payments to Contractors 

Miscellaneous 












TOTAL OPERATING .. . 


i$ 


5,184 


$ 


8,323 


$ 


6,449 


$ 


7,640 


$ 


5,728 


$ 5,728 








TRAVEL 
In-State 


.$ 


3,486 
377 


$ 


3,846 
278 


$ 


3,282 
2,988 


$ 


3,500 
500 


$ 


3,500 
500 


$ 3,500 


Out-of-state 




500 


TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


3,863 


$ 


4,124 


$ 


6,270 


$ 


4,000 


$ 


4,000 


$ 4,000 








EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 


$ 


1,015 

318 
148 


$ 


992 
196 


$ 


1,463 
90 

461 
205 


$ 


700 
500 








Replacement 






Specrial — 

New Addition . 

Replacement 












TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


.-$ 


1,481 


$ 


1,188 


$ 


2,219 


$ 


1,200 




TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... 


._.$ 29,705 


$ 39,534 


$ 46,663 


$ 53,456 


$ 44,589 


$ 44,973 



264 NATURAL RESOURCES AND CONSERVATION 

AGENCY— WATER CONSERVATION BOARD 



Program and Performance 

Title 89, Chapters 1, 2, and 3, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes the duties of the Water Conserva- 
tion Board. 

The State Water Conservation Board low designates the Governor and State Engineer ex-officio members of the 
Board, and provides for the Governor to appoint three other members for six year terms. The Governor is Chair- 
man and the Vice-Chairman and Secretary is chosen from the other members. The Board meets regularly, usually 
for one day, once a month with special meetings being called as needed. The appointed Board members receive per 
diem and expenses. They are frequently called upon to attend meetings concerning Montana's water resources both 
in and out of the state. 

No Board member is permanently engaged in the business of the Board. The Assistant Secretary represents the 
Board when it is not in session. His duties involve the handling of the Board's minutes, correspondence and matters 
that require administrative action when the Board is not in session. He also supervises all office employees and is in 
charge of the accounting for the Board. This accounting is complicated because of the large number of separate 
projects which the Board has constructed, many of which have bond issues outstanding. Repayment for the proj- 
ects is secured through water purchase contracts from individuals which must be billed and accounted for sepa- 
rately. Each of the Board's projects has a local water users' association to operate and maintain the project and to 
collect funds for that purpose. These associations also collect the funds due the Board from the projects. The as- 
sociations are an agency of the Board and each year their books ore audited by the Assistant Secretary. 




HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



SUMMARY OF— HEALTH, 


BOARD OF 












1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


109 


103 


117 


119 


90 + 4 PT 90 + 4 PT 







DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 92,771 

Records and Statistics 43,737 

Child Health Services 274,998 

Public Health Nursing 23,858 

Disease Control 90,868 

Laboratories 188,550 

Hospital Facilities 29,146 

Environmental Sanit. 86,535 

Dental 11,134 

Health Education and 

Narcotics 42,876 

Local Health Service — 56,567 

Expenditure Credits -_-_ 

Refunds _.. 

TOTAL $941,040 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $502,534 

Operating Expenses 286,069 

Travel 40,513 

Equipment 111,924 

Building 

Expenditure Credits 

Refunds 

TOTAL $94 1 ,040 

FINANCING 

General Fund $398,711 

Other 

Public Health, U. S. 508,089 

Health Lab. Fund 30,312 

Dental Health Spec. 104 

Water Analysis 3,688 

Chest X-Ray 136 

Adm. Bldg. Advance 

Planning, U. S. 

Sanitarians' Registration 

Fund 

Refunds — Alcohol Analysis... 
Refunds — Vital Records 

TOTAL FINANCING $941,040 



$ 69,036 


$ 60,479 


$ 78,622 


$ 74,329 


$ 75,792 


38,274 


40,735 


42,533 


43,771 


44,745 


306,494 


309,612 


299,030 


282,182 


285,004 


23,820 


22,713 


19,309 


19,196 


20,037 


93,446 


109,094 


132,224 


113,706 


118,465 


133,359 


90,670 


102,362 


104,617 


107,789 


30,867 


31,544 


33,220 


32,338 


32,699 


105,694 


104,836 


115,956 


100,290 


103,311 


19,168 


25,014 


26,998 


27,976 


28,660 


47,296 


42,909 


43,899 


50,000 


50,941 


68,118 


84,295 


130,022 


105,466 


106,916 


(186) 










112 










$935,498 


$921,901 


$1,024,175 


$953,871 


$974,359 


$525,026 


$562,831 


$ 668,509 


$626,023 


$647,818 


308,176 


312,552 


301,141 


292,179 


292,035 


36,669 


39,871 


53,525 


33,730 


33,061 


29,494 


6,647 


1,000 


1,939 


1,445 


36,207 










(186) 










112 











$935,498 



$921,901 



$1,024,175 



116 



297 

1,500 

600 



$953,871 



200 

1,500 

600 



$974,359 



10,045 


$372,691 


$ 413,236 


$383,789 


$414,054 


60,686 
52,245 


547,030 


605,317 


565,082 


555,305 


4,586 


2,014 
50 


3,225 


2,700 


2,700 


7,936 











200 

1,500 

600 



$935,498 



$921,901 $1,024,175 



$953,871 



$974,359 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 - -- $452,775 Carry-over $27,515 

Expenditures _ 398,711 Appropriation 1959-60 $383,500 

Expenditures 372,691 

Balance -- $ 38,324 



Balance $ 54,064 

Dpropriation 1958-59 $383,500 

Expenditures -- 4 1 0,045 

Carry-over -- - 27,515 Estimated Expenditures 413,236 



Appropriation 1958-59 $383,500 

Expenditures -- 410,045 Appropriation 1960-61 $383,500 



Reversion 4 Estimated Reversion $ 8,588 



Public Health 
U.S. Aid 



Balance July 1, 1957 $ 59,411.89 

Income 463, 126.74 

Expenditures 508,089.04 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 14,449.59 

Income — - 470,624.36 

Expenditures 460,686.24 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 24,387.71 

Income - 533,441.72 

Expenditures 547,030.05 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 10,799.38 

County Hospital Construction 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 none 

Income — $ 482,638.13 

Expenditures 482,638. 13 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income $ 785,691.97 

Expenditures -— - 785,69 1 .97 



Balance June 30, 1959 - none 

Income $1,000,903.27 

Expenditures 1,000,903.27 



Balance June 30, 1960 none 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



Board of Health Lob. Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $32,423.47 

Income none 

Expenditures 30,31 1.89 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,111.58 

Income 50, 176.66 

Expenditures 52,245.2 1 



Balance June 30, 1959 .___ $ 43.03 

Balance June 30, 1960 __ $ 43.03 



Dental Health Special 

Balance July 1, 1957 $103.58 

Expenditures 1 03.58 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Water Analysis Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $3,767.89 

Income 2,223.75 

Expenditures 3,687.83 



Balance June 30, 1958 $2,303.81 

Income 2,93 1 .50 

Expenditures 4,585.82 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 649.49 

Income 2,486.50 

Expenditures 2,014.24 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,121.75 



Chest X-Roy Survey 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 36.00 

Income 1 00.00 

Expenditures 1 36.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Board of Health Administration Building 
Advance Planning U. S. 

Income $7,936.00 

Expenditures 7,936.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 



Sanitarians' Registration Fund 

Income $480.00 

Expenditures 11 6.24 



Balance June 30, I960 _ $363.76 



Division 

SUMMARY 


I9S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


109 


103 


117 


119 


90 + 4 PT 90 + 4 PT 









268 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 

1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

109 103 

Salaries and Wages $477,569 $493,553 $528,560 $ 626,393 

Employee Benefits 24,965 31,473 34,271 42,116 

TOTAL $502,534 $525,026 $562,831 $ 668,509 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 8,494 $ 9,554 $ 11,500 $ 10,510 

Supplies -- 33,036 24,109 17,892 23,208 

Telephone and Telegraph 7,079 6,656 6,633 7,660 

Printing 10,900 12,934 11,178 14,593 

Association Dues —. 332 332 

Subscriptions 2,594 2,380 4,372 2,150 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 821 3,652 7,120 6,340 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 5,374 5,440 4,148 4,790 

Films and Texts 1,685 95 963 470 

Official Bonds 60 10 45 30 

Training and Tuition 1,786 6,314 1,247 

Doctor and Clinic Fees 71,519 66,745 75,014 57,200 

Hospital Fees 68,328 79,006 75,926 78,986 

Miscellaneous 74,393 91,281 21,747 2,285 

Drugs and Biologies 3,193 500 

Aid to Counties 71,242 74,596 

Merit System 7,431 

X-Rays 3,060 

Appliances 7,000 

TOTAL OPERATING $286,069 $308,176 $312,552 $ 301,141 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 33,689 $ 31,866 $ 34,860 $ 48,529 

Out-of-State 6,824 4,803 5,011 4,496 

Board Per Diem 500 

TOTAL TRAVEL _ $40,513 $36,669 $39,871 $ 53,525 

Building $ 36,207 

EQUIPMENT 

Office— 

New Addition. $11,719 12,577 $ 2,980 

Replacement 1,408 1,315 

Special — 

New Addition 100,205 15,211 2,352 $ 1,000 

Replacement 298 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT &BLDGS. -..$111,924 $65,701 $ 6,647 $ 1.000 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .....$941,040 $935,572 $921,901 $1,024,175 



$587,400 
38,623 

$626,023 



$606,930 
40,888 

$647,818 



$ 9,920 

21,203 

7,172 

11,842 

332 

1,217 


$ 9,920 

21,805 

7,163 

11,945 

332 

1,217 


5,045 


5,045 


4,923 

580 

10 


4,923 

690 

25 


69,515 
74,420 


68,550 
74,420 


500 

70,000 

7,500 


500 

70,000 

7,500 


8,000 


8,000 



$292,179 



$292,035 



$ 31,790 
1,940 



$ 33,730 



31,131 
1,930 



23,061 



$ 450 
502 

987 



$ 1,939 



$ 120 

1,325 

$ 1,445 



$953,871 



$974,359 



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AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 9 ' 

Salaries and Wages $ 42,995 

Employee Benefits 24,965 

TOTAL $ 67,960 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 188 

Supplies 3,991 

Telephone and Telegraph 1 ,585 

Printing 957 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 273 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 76 

Official Bonds 

Training and Tuition 1,786 

Miscellaneous 11,094 

Merit System -._ 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 19,950 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,868 

Out-of-State 1,420 

Board Per Diem 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,288 

Building 

EQUIPMENT 
Office- 
New Addition $ 573 

Replacement 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDG. ,- $ 573 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES - - _ $ 92,771 $ 69,036 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



10 



10 



10 



10 



34,806 
2,455 



$ 37,261 



$ 37,783 
2,563 

$ 40,346 



$ 57,781 
3,497 

$ 61,278 



$ 16,843 



$ 16,468 



$ 13,844 



2,016 
1,493 



1,830 
1,275 



1,700 

1,300 

500 



$ 3,509 



$ 3,105 



$ 3,500 



$ 7,985 



3,109 
329 

$ 11,423 



$ 560 
$ 560 



$ 60,479 



$ 78,622 



$ 54,910 
3,500 

$ 58,410 



$ 13,144 



1,780 
710 



$ 2,490 



$ 285 
$ 285 



$ 74,329 



56,460 
3,789 



$ 60,249 



636 


$ 525 


$ 600 


$ 450 


$ 450 


3,809 


(108) 


3,213 


2,564 


2,564 


1,289 


1,141 


1,200 


1,300 


1,300 


322 


1,849 


300 


718 


821 




332 


332 


332 


332 


50 


50 


50 








351 


600 


250 


250 


20 


14 
15 


20 


30 


30 
15 


70 


1,247 








10,647 


11,052 


98 










7,431 


7,500 


7,500 



$ 13,262 



1,571 
710 



$ 2,281 



$ 75,792 



AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 

Divisions of Administrcrtion and Executive Office 

Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 1, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

This unit of the Board of Health is responsible for the overall directions of the activities as established and 
approved by the Board which meets every two months. 

Besides the executive officer, the staff is largely involved in business management, personnel, purchasing, ac- 
counts, fiscal reports, and maintenance of official minutes of the Board. The executive officer is also secretary of 
the Board and by statute is chairman, secretary or a member of various councils, commissions, or boards such as 
the Board of Eugenics, Board of Entomology, Hospital Advisory Council, Water Pollution Council and several inter- 
agency departmental committees. Most of these functions directly affect the operations of the State Board of Health, 
and in some instances the staff work performed for them is through State Board of Health staff. The executive 
officer, being by stcrtute a licensed physician and surgeon with other mandatory qualifications, is also called 
upon to be the acting division director of divisions when the position requiring a physician head is vacant. 



270 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH. BOARD OF 

Division 1957 Bienniuin 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

RECORDS AND STATISTICS 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) _ 7 7 7 7 

Salaries and Wages $32,224 $26,085 $28,220 $29,911 

Employee Benefits 1,644 1,683 1,822 

TOTAL $32,224 $27,729 $29,903 $31,733 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,745 $ 1,846 $ 2,037 $ 1,800 

Supplies 4,232 2,465 2,654 2,735 

Telephone and Telegraph 255 287 295 300 

Printing 3,000 1,614 1,369 1,800 

Subscriptions 50 65 65 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 95 3,652 3,861 3,720 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 30 15 

Films and Texts 40 

Official Bonds 60 10 30 30 

Miscellaneous 244 169 19 50 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 9,751 $10,058 $10,330 $10,500 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 109 $ 43 $ 126 $ 300 

Out-of-State 197 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 306 $ 43 $ 126 $ 300 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition ...$ 1,456 $ 238 $ 35 

Replacement 206 341 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,456 $ 444 $ 376 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 43,737 $ 38,274 $ 40,735 $ 42,533 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 31,155 
2,002 

$ 33,157 



$ 32,040 
2,121 

$ 34,161 



1,876 


$ 1,876 


2,409 


2,409 


300 


300 


1,994 


1,994 


10 


10 



3,865 



10 



$ 10,464 



3,865 



10 



10,464 



$ 150 



$ 150 



$ 120 



$ 120 



$ 43,771 



$ 44,745 



AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— RECORDS AND STATISTICS 



Program and Performance 

The code which established this division is 69-502 of the 1947 Revised Codes of Montana which was amended 
in 1955. It reads as follows: 

69-502. Vital Statistics functions of Board. The State Board of Health shall, as one of its functions: 

Establish and identify on appropriate organizational unit under the board with the proper personnel, equipment 
and office space, to gather, collect, register, record, compile, perserve, analyze, use and make available for public 
use, vital statistics, as defined, and as set forth and referred to in sections 69-539, inclusive. Revised Codes of Mon- 
tana, 1947, except that the expression "Bureau of Vital Statistics," as used in any of said sections may be changed 
by the board, in establishing and identifying such organizational unit. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 
AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 



Division 19S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

CHILD HEALTH SERVICES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 20 + 3 PT 23 + 3 PT 23 + 3 PT 20 + 2 PT 20 + 2 PT 20 + 2 PT 

Salaries and Wages $112,330 $123,703 $129,721 $133,415 $112,655 $116,025 

Employee Benefits 7,900 8,263 8,910 7,528 7,935 



TOTAL $112,330 $131,603 $137,984 $142,325 $120,183 $123,960 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,362 

Supplies 1,654 

Telephone and Telegraph 787 

Printing 1,286 

Subscriptions 329 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 108 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 7 

Films and Texts 712 

Hospital Fees 68,328 

Doctor and Clinic Fees 70,356 

Training and Tuition 

Miscellaneous 7,434 

Appliances ,- 



$ 1,351 


$ 1,853 


$ 1,520 


$ 1,522 


$ 1,522 


4,511 


2,059 


1,990 


1,812 


1,812 


874 


1,062 


850 


900 


900 


1,057 


1,693 


1,840 


1,345 


1,345 


596 


1,220 


750 


500 


500 




910 




125 


125 


9 


21 


20 


20 


20 


23 


137 


30 


40 


50 


79,006 


75,926 


78,986 


74,420 


74,420 


65,079 


69,664 


54,100 


66,315 


65,350 


3,103 










10,571 


8,682 


195 










7,000 


8,000 


8,000 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,358 $ 1,134 

Replacement 25 1 

Special — 

New Addition 367 

Replacement 23 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDG $ 1,358 $ 1,783 



TOTAL OPERATING $152,363 $166,180 $163,227 $147,281 $154,999 $154,044 



TRAVEL 

In-State _ $ 7,182 $ 6,516 $ 8,063 $ 9,424 $ 7,000 $ 7,000 

Out-of-state 1,765 412 338 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 8,947 $ 6,928 $ 8,401 $ 9,424 $ 7,000 $ 7,000 

Building 8 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES __ $274,998 $306,494 $309,612 $299,030 $282,182 $285,004 



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AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF CHILD HEALTH SERVICES 

Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 32, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

The Division of Child Health Services is basically responsible for administering all programs of the Board per- 
taining to children, including maternal, infant, pre-school, and school health activities and all services for crippled 
children including case finding, review of need, authorization of hospitalization, surgical and other related treat- 
ment services. Most of the expenditures in the division ore related to crippled children which ore direct services of 
the state. The maternal and child health services are promotion, directional, consultative and evaluative services 
of the state childrens' needs, with the services largely being performed through local staff. Programming requires 
qualified physicians, nurses, health educators, speech therapists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, psy- 
chologists, and every field of specialty in medicine and surgery. 

The Center for Cerebral Palsy and Handicapped Children in Billings is a joint function of the State Board of 
Health, Eastern Montana College of Education and the Billings School District and is operated through the Division 
of Child Health Services. 

The division also holds periodic crippled children's clinics throughout the state approximately once a year in 
principal localities; and conducts three cleft palate team meetings monthly throughout the year in Great Falls, 
Billings and Helena. 



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AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennitun 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actucd Actual Estimate Reconunended 

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 3 3 3 3 3 3 

Salaries and Wages — .....$19,098 $18,012 $17,618 $15,390 $15,600 $16,320 

Employee Benefits 1,135 1,094 1,038 998 1,069 

TOTAL $ 19,098 $ 19,147 $ 18,712 $ 16,428 $ 16,598 $ 17,389 

OPERATING 

Postage -.$ 318 $ 303 $ 393 $ 400 

Supplies - 621 142 351 530 

Telephone and Telegraph 611 470 515 500 

Printing 340 380 941 583 

Subscriptions 65 64 26 35 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 64 70 70 70 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 2 

Films and Texts 4 197 40 40 140 

Training and Tuition 1,351 

Miscellaneous 7 10 14 

Chem. and Lob. Supplies 85 



338 


$ 338 


300 


500 


400 


400 


450 


450 


40 


40 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,964 $ 2,724 $ 2,586 $ 2,158 $ 1,638 $ 1,938 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,113 $ 1,508 $ 941 $ 723 $ 960 $ 710 

Out-of-State 253 373 189 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,366 $ 1,881 $ 1,130 $ 723 $ 960 $ 710 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 430 

Replacement $ 68 $ 46 

Special — 
New Addition 239 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 430 $ 68 $ 285 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 23,858 $ 23,820 $ 22,713 $ 19,309 $ 19,196 $ 20,037 



274 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF PUBUC HEALTH NURSING 



Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 32, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

69-3202. School Nurses — County Nurses — Supervision — Rules and Regulations 

(C) The State Board of Health is hereby constituted the agency of the state of Montana to supervise and regu- 
late school, county and public health nurses in the performance of their duties under all such employment; and 
the board shall make, publish, and from time to time, revise and amend, as necessary, and at all times, enforce 
suitable rules and regulations governing the qualifications and professional activities, duties, services and admini- 
strations of school, county and public health nurses, as such, and all such regulations when properly adopted, 
properly identified and reasonable adequate to protect public health, shall hove the force of law. . . . 

This Division is responsible for; recruitment of nurses for both state and local positions; for approval of the 
credentials of all nurses employed in public health; for maintaining and improving standards and qualifications; for 
supervision of the 85 public health nurses employed in counties and school districts — (this constitutes on all-time high 
of public health nurses giving service to citizens in the State of Montana); for providing consultation services to all 
State Board of Health programs and local health departments; for the organization and management of clinics 
within State Board of Health programs; for direct service to individuals and families in communities without pub- 
lic health nursing services; for preparation of manual materials and bibliographies; for review and selection of 
reference materials to be used in teaching; for evaluating the need for and the planning of academic education 
and on-the-job training for all state and local public health nurses, including the economical use of available funds 
from federal, state, official and non-official agencies, voluntary agencies or philanthropical agencies. We ore respon- 
sible for consultant assignments for liaison activities with other state agencies to establish better coordination of 
services and other state resources in local communities. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 










Division 1957 Bienniiun 

Actual Actual 
DISEASE CONTROL 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Bienniuin 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1981 Biennium 

Becommended 

1961-82 1982-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 11 + 2 PT 


12 + 3 PT 


14 + 3 PT 


14 + 3 PT 


14 + 2 PT 14 + 2 PT 



Salaries and Wages $ 70,299 

Employee Benefits 



TOTAL $ 70,299 



$ 75,131 
4,732 

$ 79,863 



$ 78,364 
5,134 

$ 83,498 



$102,358 
6,918 

$109,276 



$ 91,440 
5,958 

$ 97,398 



$ 95,010 
6,305 

$101,315 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Films and Texts 

Doctor and Clinic Fees 

Miscellaneous 

X-Rays 

E>rugs and Biologies 



410 
2,699 
663 
509 
305 

49 

85 

191 

1,163 

1,458 



$ 731 


$ 941 


$ 830 


$ 694 


$ 694 


1,572 


1,905 


1,940 


2,058 


2,005 


693 


895 


1,140 


844 


844 




596 


500 


552 


552 


957 


1,663 


350 


150 


150 




350 




150 


150 


16 


28 




30 


30 


22 


117 




100 


100 


1,666 


5,350 
250 


3,100 

400 

3,060 


3,200 


3,200 




3,193 


500 


500 


500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 7,532 



$ 5,657 



$ 15,288 



$ 11,820 



$ 8,278 



$ 8,225 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



S 7,056 
702 


$ 6,599 
724 


$ 7,988 
1,406 


$ 11,128 


$ 7,200 
500 


$ 7,200 
500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 7,758 



$ 7,323 



$ 9,394 $ 11,128 



$ 7,700 



$ 7,700 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition 



289 
4,990 



418 
185 



$ 546 
368 



$ 100 
230 



$ 1,225 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


-_ $ 5,279 


$ 603 


$ 914 




$ 330 


$ 1,225 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


.- $ 90,868 


$ 93,446 


$109,094 


$132,224 


$113,706 


$118,465 



276 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF DISEASE CX)NTROL 



Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 1, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

Emphasis is being placed on the control of heart disease and cancer in the Division of Disease Control. These 
diseases kill more Montanans than any others. The Heart Diagnostic Center, a part of the Division of Disease Con- 
trol, in Great Falls, performs a valuable service for the diagnosis of heart disease and rheumatic fever. 

According to the mandate from the legislature, "The State Board of Health shall . . . endeavor to make in- 
telhgent use of records of death and sickness among the people . . . and make sanitary investigations and inquiries 
regarding the cause of disease . . . the causes of mortality, effects of localities, employment conditions, ingesta, 
habits and circumstances of the health of people." (69-105, RCM 1947) 

Montana's aging population presents other problems. Improved patient care in nursing homes is badly needed. 
Plans are underway to help alleviate this situation. 

Tuberculosis still is the leading cause of death and disability of the infectious diseases. A recently adopted plan 
for tuberculosis control in the state is being implemented. 

The rise in venereal disease, especially in the teen-age population all over the United States, is being reflected 
in Montana. A special venereal disease control program, focuses on the eradication of syphilis, has been an active 
program of the Division for the past two years. 

The Division of Disease Control has the major responsibility in the control of all communicable diseases. 

Radiation control, to protect Montanans, is becoming of prime importance. The industrial hygiene section of 
the Division of Disease Control is vitally concerned in this. The occupational health of Montana's workers is a re- 
sponsibility of this division and demands inspections and surveys of industry to detect hazards. The chemistry 
laboratory works closely with industrial hygiene in analyses of samples. 

Limited air pollution studies ore done in the industrial areas of Montana. 

In order to carry out its program effectively, the Division of Disease Control must work in co-operation with all 
divisions of the State Board of Health; the practicing physicians and dentists; the Nursing Association, the Livestock 
Sanitary Board, the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Rocky Mountain Laboratory, the Indian Health Service, the 
Sanitarium at Galen, and all health agencies — both voluntary and official. 



i 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

LABORATORIES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 3 4 4 4 4 

Salaries and Wages $66,864 $68,415 $71,370 $80,580 $82,800 $86,040 

Employee Benefits 4,311 4,871 5,682 5,704 6,055 



Building $ 28,214 

EQUIPMENT 

Office 

New Addition ......$ 4,417 1,908 $ 49 

Replacement 177 $ 217 

Special — 

New Addition 93,884 14,286 1,498 657 

Replacement 275 



TOTAL...... .$66,864 $72,726 $76,241 $86,262 $88,504 $92,095 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 2,382 $ 2,425 $ 2,807 $ 2,600 

Supplies 17,848 9,777 7,589 9,300 

Telephone and Telegraph 310 403 358 450 

Printing 1,377 1,375 615 1,400 

Subscriptions 190 155 215 100 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 50 931 800 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 72 298 62 150 

Training and Tuition 637 

Miscellaneous 51 67 67 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 22,280 $ 15,137 $ 12,644 $ 14,800 $ 14,639 $ 15,094 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 251 $ 254 $ 67 $ 300 $ 200 $ 200 

Out-of-State 854 382 171 1,000 400 400 



$ 2,538 


$ 2,538 


9,760 


10,215 


401 


401 


1,450 


1,450 


100 


100 


290 


290 


100 


100 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,105 $ 636 $ 238 $ 1,300 $ 600 $ 600 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDG $98,301 $44,860 $ 1,547 $ 874 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $188,550 $133,359 $ 90,670 $102,362 $104,617 $107,789 



278 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABIUTATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— BACTERIOLOGICAL LABORATORY 



Program and Periormance 

Scope 

The Bacteriological Laboratory Division came into being as "The Hygienic Laboratory" by Action of the State 
Board of Health in 1917. Its functions are to aid in the diagnosis, investigation and control of communicable disease. 

Program 

The Bacteriological Laboratory provides laboratory services to assist other divisions of the State Board of Health 
to carry out their delegated responsibilities to safeguard the health of all people within the state, to assist in the in- 
vestigation of disease outbreaks and to aid in finding the source of the infection and preventing its spread. 

Many of these services are required by law, other's are set forth by the Rules and Regulations of the State 
Board of Health. 

Diseases caused by bacterial and viral agents, particularly viral, frequently do not display sufficient clinical 
symptoms to establish their identity before they reach epidemic proportions. However, a properly equipped labora- 
tory, by the use of standard diagnostic tests on a regular basis, can determine the causative agent. This is par- 
ticularly true of the polio and polio-like diseases, influenza and influenza-like diseases and various types of en- 
cephalitis. 

Performance 

Diagnostic aid services for communicable diseases are carried out by examination and study of various clinical 
materials from human sources and materials from other sources for the presence of bacterial or viral organisms. 

Services guarding environmental sanitation: 

Bacteriological examinations of municipal and private water supplies. 
Bacterial and mold counts of ice cream and butter. 
Examination for food poisonings and intoxications. 

Registration and Approval of Laboratories: 

Registration of private, clinic, hospital and institutional laboratories performing tests for communicable 
diseases. 

Inspection, evaluation and approval of laboratories conducting serologic tests for syphilis. 

Consultation: 

Consultation upon special laboratory problems or procedures. 

Training: 

Training facilities are offered on a limited basis to laboratory workers from other laboratories in serologi- 
cal, bacterological and viral diagnostic techniques. 



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AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 19S9 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

HOSPITAL FACILITIES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 4 4 4 4 4 

Salaries and Wages --$ 24,899 $ 25,429 $ 26,033 $ 26,930 $ 27,420 $ 27,720 

Employee Benefits --- 1,604 1,684 1,790 1,791 1,852 

TOTAL $ 24, 899 $ 27.033 $ 27,717 $ 28,720 $ 29,211 $ 29,572 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 223 $ 174 $ 252 $ 250 

Supplies 378 152 205 250 

Telephone and Telegraph 926 756 685 700 

Printing 146 251 364 300 

Subscriptions 29 31 21 50 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance -..- 28 70 70 35 35 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 116 3 50 50 50 

Miscellaneous 57 161 226 130 



216 


$ 216 


245 


245 


800 


800 


254 


254 


27 


27 



TOTAL OPERATING -- $ 1,787 $ 1,641 $ 1,826 $ 1,800 $ 1,627 $ 1,627 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,106 $ 1,801 $ 1,546 $ 2,375 $ 1,500 $ 1,500 

Out-of-state - 144 309 455 325 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,250 $ 2,110 $ 2,001 $ 2,700 $ 1,500 $ 1,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 2 1 

Replacement $ 83 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 210 $ 83 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .......$ 29,146 $30,867 $31,544 $33,220 $32,338 $32,699 



280 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF HOSPITAL FACILITIES 



Program and Performance 
I. SCOPE OF ACTIVITY 

Administering three State Laws dealing with hospitals and medical facilities and homes for the aged: 

(1) Title 69, Chapter 30, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, Montana Hospital and Medical Facilities Sur- 
vey and Construction Act — Enabling legislation to participate in program and receive Federal grants 
under Federal Hospital and Medical Facilities Survey and Construction Act. 

Purpose: "an inventory of existing hospitals and medical facilities — a survey of need for additional 
facilities, and — a construction program which will afford hospitals and medical facilities adequate 
to serve all people of the state." 

(2) Title 69, Chapter 29, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, "Hospital Licensing and Supervision by State 
Board of Health." 

Purpose: " — the development, establishment and enforcement of standards for the care of indi- 
viduals in hospitals and standards for the construction, maintenance and operation of hospitals in 
the State of Montana." 

(3) Title 69, Chapter 24, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, as amended by Chapter 243, Laws of 1959, 
Boarding or Nursing Homes for the Aged Licensing Act. 

Purpose: "Define, regulate and license boarding homes or nursing homes for the aged by the State 
Board of Health—." 

The Board's program is adopted and administered upon advice of the State Advisory Hospital Council. 

II. PROGRAM AND PERFORMANCE 
A. PROGRAM 

1 . Construction 

Mokes survey and inventory of hospitals and medical facilities to determine needs for construction. 
Develops and administers a state plan for construction utilizing Federal monies allocated to Montana. 
Co-operates with Public Health Service, Division of Indian Health, in administering P.L. 85-151 which 
provides Federal monies for construction of beds for Indians in community hospitals. 

Provides consultive information and technical data and literature pertaining to hospital and medical 
facilities planning, design and construction and assists sponsors in preparing applications and support- 
ing documents to secure Federal construction aid. 

Attends bid openings for proposed facilities; assists sponsors in completing applications and support- 
ing material required for approval prior to awarding construction contracts. Reviews applications and 
supporting documents for approval by State Board of Health and U. S. Public Health Service. 

Makes periodic inspections of facilities under construction as basis for certifying periodic Federal 
payments. 

2. Licensing 

Develops standards for hospitals and homes for aged construction, and minimum standards for the 
maintenance and operation of these facilities. 

Processes applications and license fees for licenses for hospitals and homes for the aged and issues 
licenses following required inspection. 

Makes periodic inspections of hospitals and homes for the aged and offers necessary recommenda- 
tions. 

Reviews and interprets hospital and homes for the aged annual reports. 

Distributes hospital literature and information to hospitals and interested groups. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



II. PROGRAM AND PERFORMANCE (Contd.) 

B. PERFORMANCE 

1. Construction (1960) 

Federal Allotments received: 



Medical Facilities 

Hospital Construction 



1959 

$300,000 
551,056 



1960 

$300,000 
598,392 



$ 600,000 
1,149,448 

$1,749,448 



Five new projects placed under construction having total cost of $3,000,244.83 for total of twelve active 
projects having total estimated cost of $10,843,561.22. 

Made twelve inspections of construction projects certifying and approving payments of $996,751.63 to 
sponsors. 

Licensing (1960) 

Inspected 74 hospitals and 92 homes for aged for licensing purposes. 

Issued 165 licenses for hospitals and homes for aged. 

Revised standards for construction, maintenance and operation of homes for aged which were adopted 
by the State Board of Health, November 7, 1959. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 












Division 

ENVIHONMENTAl 
SANITATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Bienniiun 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


12 


13 


12 


12 


12 12 







Salaries and Wages $ 64,439 

Employee Benefits 



TOTAL $ 64,439 



$ 74,705 
4,711 

$ 79,416 



$ 79,305 
5,499 



$ 84,804 



$ 86,900 
6,093 

$ 92,993 



$ 76,680 
5,069 

$ 81,749 



$ 79,620 
5,360 

$ 84,980 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 
Printing .— 

Subscriptions ...- 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance .- --- 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Films and Texts 

Training and Tuition .... 
Miscellaneous 



1,062 

1,572 

203 

164 

5,096 
160 

237 



$ 918 


$ 1,323 


1,285 


2,093 


1,225 


958 


2,760 


1,007 


117 


193 




324 


4,921 


3,973 


22 


155 


410 




748 


316 



1,000 
2,100 
1,250 
2,500 
200 

200 

4,500 



797 



TOTAL OPERATING -.... $ 10,263 



$ 12,406 



$ 10,342 



$ 12,547 



$ 1,042 


$ 1,042 


1,420 


1,420 


1,217 


1,217 


1,779 


1,779 


140 


140 


125 


125 


4,663 


4,663 


125 


125 



$ 10,511 



$ 10,511 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



6,599 
985 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 7,584 



8,046 
272 



$ 8,318 



8,176 
739 



$ 8,915 



8,516 
900 



$ 9,416 



7,500 
330 



$ 7,830 



7,500 
320 



$ 7,820 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Special — 

New Addition 



$ 2,918 
1,331 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 4,249 



$ 5,119 

435 

$ 5,554 



$ 160 

615 

$ 775 



$ 1,000 
$ 1,000 



$ 200 



$ 200 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES _...... $ 86,535 



$105,694 



$104,836 



$115,956 



$100,290 $103,311 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 283 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION 

Program and Periormance 

27-101 to 120 — Food and Drug Law— Board of Health license 

27-201 to 212 — Insecticides, Fungicides, Rodenticides, Herbicides and other Economic Poisons 

69-110 to 117 and 125 and 126 — Inspections — Tourist Courts, Sewers, Adulteration of foods 

69-1201 to 1220— Shoddy— Control, Manufacture and Sale 

69-1301 to 1313— Public and Other Water Supplies 

69-1326 to 1341— Water Pollution Control Act 

75-3101 to 3108 — Schoolhouse Sites and Construction 

90-301 to 304— Bread Laws 

94-35-217— Tainted Food— Disposal of 

94-35-255 — Willfully Poisoning Food, Medicine and Water 

The Division of Environmental Sanitation has been administratively created by the Montana State Board of 
Health under Montana law (69-101 RCM, 1947) creating the State Board of Health. This Division has been estab- 
lished to handle sanitation matters charged to the State Board of Health. 

The Division of Environmental Sanitation operates using both Federal and State monies. The State monies come 
from the general appropriation to the State Board of Health and the special water pollution control appropriation. 

General Appropriation 

Under the general appropriation, detailed work covers the following items: municipal water supplies, municipal 
swimming pools, well drilling for public water supplies, municipal sewage disposal, review of plans for school build- 
ings and public buildings. Together with the above it licenses and advises concerning adequate sanitation aspects 
for motels, restaurants, meat markets, food manufacturing plants, soft drink and ice cream parlors, cesspool and 
septic tank cleaning and disposal and locker plants. It establishes and controls sanitation standards for both indus- 
trial and tourist camps, mattress and upholstery furniture making, hotels, food and drugs, economic poisons. It in- 
spects and regulates sanitary nuisances and illegal narcotic production and sale. Laboratory services are provided 
for water analysis, food and drug analysis. Under the general low establishing the State Board of Health, but not 
specifically mentioned, the division handles swimming pools, garbage and waste disposal, insect and rodent con- 
trol, camp sanitation, housing, civilian defense and air pollution. 

Water Pollution Control Appropriation 

The division, in carrying out the needs and responsibilities set forth by the Montana Water Pollution Control 
legislation, utilizes one full-time engineer and secretary and part-time services of two other engineers throughout 
the year, plus a summer field crew consisting of an engineer, biologist and chemist. This work has been concerned 
primarily with the gathering and collecting of data to assist the Water Pollution Council in its efforts to classify the 
streams as required under 69-1326 to 1341, RCM, 1947. In addition to these primary objectives, it has been involved 
in studying and controlling stream pollution due to accidents and/or discharges from industry and municipalities 
that have created serious problems in Montana streams. Also included in this work has been assistance to eligible 
municipalities in obtaining federal grants for sewage treatment facilities as provided by Section 6 of P.L. 660. Mon- 
tana municipalities will not receive Federal funds for this unless this Division administers the program. 

It is anticipated that the Water Pollution Control Council will, within the near future, complete its classification 
of Montana Streams. After this the principal activities will be the policing and reviewing of plans for both industry 
and municipalities that desire to utilize Montana waters for waste disposal. 



284 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABIUTATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

DENTAL 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Menibers) 13 3 3 

Salaries and Wages $ 9,426 $ 14,506 $ 20,455 $ 22,002 

Employee Benefits 915 1,163 1,359 

TOTAL $ 9,426 $15,421 $21,618 $23,361 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 36 $ 110 $100 

Supplies $ 102 210 154 450 

Telephone and Telegraph 212 113 118 200 

Printing 226 379 162 300 

Subscriptions _.. 329 29 218 50 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 35 35 

Special Items 

Films and Texts 41 160 200 

Training and Tuition 743 

Miscellaneous 3 18 188 165 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 913 $ 1,528 $ 1,145 $ 1,500 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 774 $ 1,486 $ 2,251 $ 1,643 

Out-of-State 21 457 494 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 795 $ 1,943 $ 2,251 $ 2,137 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 118 

Replacement . 35 

Special — 
New Addition 123 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 276 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ---„$ 11,134 $19,168 $25,014 $26,998 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 23,880 
1,536 

$ 25,416 



35 



75 



$ 810 



$ 100 
$ 100 



$ 24,495 
1,605 

$ 26,100 



73 


$ 73 


41 


41 


280 


280 


256 


256 


50 


50 



35 



75 



$ 810 



1,650 $ 1,650 



1,650 $ 1,650 



$ 100 
$ 100 



$ 27,976 



$ 28,660 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF DENTAL HEALTH 



Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 4, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

The Division of Dental Health is concerned with the development and operation of programs and activities 
which result in the protection and improvement of the dental health of the State. These programs ore done in close 
co-operation with other Divisions of the State Board of Health and the Montana State Dental Association. 

Program Operation and Development: 

1. Continue and expand dental health education programs in public schools, teacher training colleges, and 
schools of nursing. 

2. Continue educational and promotional programs directed at preventing the high incidence of dental decay by 
means of fluoridation, caries control diets and other scientifically acceptable methods. 

3. Continue development and use of dental health education materials. 

4. Continue to promote and arrange post-graducrte educational programs for dentists of the state. 

5. Develop programs for prevention of mouth and facial injuries to athletes engaged in contact sports. 

6. Continue radiation control programs directed at reducing unnecessary radiation exposure from dental X-ray 
machines. 

7. Continue to assist local health and education departments and dental societies in conducting dental X-ray pro- 
grams as an educational program in the early detection of dental decay. 

8. Continue dental aspects of crippled children's programs relating to treatment and rehabilitation of oral defects. 

9. Continue dental survey programs in different areas of the state to measure dental health status of population, 
and particularly in areas where preventive programs are being done. 

10. Continue periodic evaluation of dental public health programs and facilities. 

1 1 . Continue consultive services to groups and agencies interested in all types of dental health programs. 



286 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

HEALTH. EDUCATION, Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

AND NARCOTICS 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 6 + 1 PT 6 + 1 PT 7 7 

Salaries and Wages $32,395 $32,761 $31,235 $30,181 

Employee Benefits 2,066 1,768 2,071 

TOTAL $ 32,395 $ 34,827 $ 33,003 $ 32,252 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 980 $ 1,134 $ 1,250 $ 1,210 

Supplies 627 186 668 400 

Telephone and Telegraph 613 546 594 620 

Printing 1,487 4,796 2,549 4,770 

Subscriptions 1,094 381 592 500 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 54 224 125 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 6 45 47 50 

Films and Texts 541 24 197 200 

Miscellaneous 562 772 816 

Exhibit—Photos 450 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,964 $ 7,884 $ 6,937 $ 8,325 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,966 $ 3,597 $ 2,884 $ 2,845 

Out-of-state 483 381 85 477 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,449 $ 3,978 $ 2,969 $ 3,322 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition _ $ 68 $ 533 

Replacement 74 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 68 $ 607 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... $ 42,876 $ 47,296 $ 42,909 $ 43,899 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 38,940 
2,341 

$ 41,281 



$ 5,719 



$ 39,960 
2,471 

$ 42,431 



$ 1,121 


$ 1,121 


494 


494 


630 


621 


2,944 


2,944 


200 


200 


100 


100 


30 


30 


200 


200 



$ 5,710 



$ 3,000 



$ 3,000 



$ 2,800 



$ 2,800 



$ 50,000 



$ 50,941 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF HEALTH EDUCATION 



Prograni and Perionnance 

Title 69, Chapter 32, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

This division carries out the delegated responsibilities in public health education. The 1901 law, in placing the 
responsibility in the State Board of Health, states this responsibility as "gathering information for diffusion among 
the people." The 1917 law on maternal and child health protection states that the Board "shall carry on continuously 
a campaign of health education in their interest." In addition the 1949 law stating responsibilities in narcotic educa- 
tion "authorized and directed (the Board) to establish and administer as part of its public health education activi- 
ties, a program of narcotic education, whereby it shall carry to the general public and to and in all educational in- 
stitutions in Montana, from the elementary school through institutions of higher learning, the scientific facts 
concerning narcotic drugs, their use and abuse." The intent of this law was directly related to education in the use 
and abuse of alcoholic beverages. 

The staff in this division participate in all the Board's educational programs with emphasis on activities in: 
Child Health, Dental Health, Disease Control, Environmental Sanitation, Narcotic and Alcoholism Education, Men- 
tal Health and Local Health Services. Concentrated services are provided in Public Health Districts I and II, in the 
Indian Health Program. 

Within the Board, the health education staff participates in in-service training and orientation program, in pro- 
gram planning and in evaluation. The division manages the Board's public health library, which includes the loan- 
ing of films and books; prepares bibliographies, and located professional, technical and informational material; 
collects and routes current health publications and articles, distributes pamphlet materials and prepares exhibits 
and visual aids. The staff, working with other of the Board's staff, prepares reports, including the biennial report; 
prepares pamphlets and Board's official publication issued monthly and edits scientific articles. 

Working with groups of people throughout the State, through conferences, institutes and workshops is a major 
part of the health educator's activities. This work is carried on for both State and local meetings. It is done through 
citizen committees, civic, women's and farm groups, school faculties and local public health personnel. 



288 

AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



Division 



LOCAL HEALTH SERVICE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) 1 

Salaries and Wages $ 2,600 

Employee Benefits 

TOTAL $ 2,600 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 55 

Printing 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous 53,246 

Aid to Counties 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 53,302 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 665 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 665 



8,456 
549 



$ 9,005 



$ 40,945 
2,936 

$ 43,881 



$ 31,920 
2,196 

$ 34,116 



68,118 



$ 68,118 



$ 9 


$ 200 


322 


300 


12 


450 


33 


300 


109 






720 


32 




71,242 


74,596 



50 
100 
100 
100 



$ 71,759 



$ 76,566 



70,000 
$ 70,350 



S 33,240 
2,326 

$ 35,566 



50 
100 
100 
100 



70,000 
$ 70,350 



353 



$ 1,341 



$ 9,575 



$ 9,575 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



EQUIPMENT 

Office 
New Addition 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 56,567 



$ 2,190 
$ 2,190 



$ 68,118 



$ 84,295 



$130,022 



$105,466 



$106,916 



AGENCY— HEALTH, BOARD OF— DIVISION OF LOCAL HEALTH SERVICES 

Program and Performance 

Title 69, Chapter 8, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, establishes this division. 

This division is responsible for co-ordinating all state activities as they affect local areas for promotion, de- 
velopment and improvement of local health services; for administering financial assistance in the development 
and maintenance of both full-time health departments and individual public health nursing and sanitarian positions 
in non-health department counties. 

Through this division is also administered the Mental Health Unit which is supported from special National In- 
stitute of Mental Health Project grants to develop family health services for the mentally ill in 26 Montana counties 
served by local generalized public health nurses and in two additional counties to be staffed with special nurses 
through the project funds; namely. Silver Bow and Deer Lodge Counties. All of the expenses of this project are sup- 
ported wholly with federal funds on a grant made for this project, and if not carried out according to the project 
grant, the funds are lost. They, therefore, have no direct bearing on the state appropriation request. 

The State Board of Health Appropriation Act for each Legislature provides for the receipt and expenditure of 
federal funds for the purpose for which granted. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

SUMMARY OF— PUBLIC WELFARE 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

State Administration $ 288,853 $ 282,868 $ 308,665 $ 330,823 $ 326,183 $ 342,202 

County Administration 755,789 792,703 777,319 797,064 823,967 886,973 

Old Age Assistance 5,987,830 5,691,811 5,387,309 5,382,000 5,304,000 5,304,000 

Aid to Depend. Children 2,986,169 2,785,206 2,769,785 2,896,800 3,019,200 3,019,200 

Aid to Blind 386,565 358,486 355,639 389,120 393,500 393,500 

Aid to Disabled 1,202,148 1,237,639 1,185,133 1,160,700 1,120,900 1,120,900 

Vocational Rehab, of (V. R. Research) 5,700 

Bhnd 64,195 57,362 48,278 75,825 73,870 73,870 

Child Welfare -_.. .:.__..... 146,919 182,217 207,390 227,178 241,500 251,030 

Foster Home - 116,900 122,494 123,759 145,000 170,000 170,000 

Silicosis 464,238 505,563 683,597 720,000 813,000 813,000 

General Relief 355,617 710,534 1,058,642 550,000 550,000 550,000 

County Reimbursement by 

Federal Government 47,429 47,877 47,301 47,500 48,000 48,000 



TOTAL $12,802,652 $12,774,760 $12,958,517 $12,722,010 $12,884,120 $12,972,675 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 939,382 $ 988,107 $ 983,632 $1,014,594 $1,055,571 $1,138,902 

Operating Expenses 37,320 33,030 42,284 34,937 40,471 35,526 

Travel 60,669 52,071 53,316 52,671 52,558 51,947 

Equipment 7,271 2,363 6,752 25,685 1,550 2,800 

Welfare Assistance 11,710,581 11,651,312 11,819,532 11,546,623 11,685,970 11,695,500 

County Reimbursement by 

Federal Government 47,429 47,877 47,301 47,500 48,000 48,000 

Voc. Rehab. Research 5,700 



TOTAL $12,802,652 $12,774,760 $12,958,517 $12,722,010 $12,884,120 $12,972,675 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 4,340,186 $ 4,114,533 $ 4,424,571 $ 4,044,429 $ 3,887,936 $ 4,311,689 

Other 

Other State Funds 382,604 169,555 182,742 99,605 368,573 

Old Age Assistance U. S. ... 3,381,428 3,639,283 3,571,002 3,554,148 3,502,600 3,502,600 

Aid to Depend. Child. U. S. 1,661,375 1,725,478 1,749,810 1,791,696 1,867,384 1,867,384 

Aid to Blind U. S 180,214 187,000 186,936 190,584 193,160 193,160 

Aid to Disabled U. S 632,115 730,219 711,137 682,499 656,748 656,748 

Child Welfare U. S 82,905 105,196 102,168 99,906 99,900 99,900 

Vocational Rehab, of (V. R. Research) 5,700 

Blind U. S. 41,912 37,064 32,023 48,325 46,370 46,370 

Administration U. S 446,713 465,885 458,655 486,810 504,836 521,441 

County Funds 1,653,200 1,600,547 1,533,773 1,724,008 1,756,613 1,773,383 



TOTAL FINANCING $12,802,652 $12,774,760 $12,958,517 $12,722,010 $12,884,120 $12,972,675 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 - $4,227,350 Appropriation 1959-60. _ $4,234,500 

Expenditures - - 4,340,186 Expenditures — 4,424,571 

Balance ($ 112,836) Balance -... - - - ($ 190,071) 

Appropriation 1958-59 .__ $4,227,350 Appropriation 1960-61 _ — $4,234,500 

Expenditures 4,114,533 Estimated Expenditures _ 4,044,429 



Balance - ($ 19) Estimated Reversion 



Chad Welfare U. S. 



Balance July 1, 1957 -.— none 

Income _ _ . _ .„. ..___$ 82,905 

Expenditures 82,905 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income .__. $105,196 

Expenditures 105,196 



Balance June 30, 1959 - — .. none 

Income $102,168 

Expenditures __.. 102,168 



Balance June 30, 1960 none 



Vocational Rehabilitation 
of the Blind U. S. 

Balance July 1, 1957 none 

Income .-. - $41,912 

Expenditures - 41,912 



Balance July 30, 1958 none 

Income __ $37,064 

Expenditures 37,064 



Balance June 30, 1959 none 

Income $32,023 

Expenditures 32,023 



Balance June 30, 1960 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



Old Age Assistance U. S. 

Balance July 1, 1957 none 

Income . _, $3,381,428 

Expenditures 3,38 1 ,428 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income $3,639,283 

Expenditures 3,639,283 



Balance June 30, 1959 none 

Income $3,57 1 ,002 

Expenditures 3,57 1 ,002 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Aid to Dependent Children U. S. 



Balance July 1, 1957 



Income $1,661,375 

Expenditures - 1,661,375 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income _ $ 1 ,725,478 

Expenditures 1 ,725,478 



Balance June 30, 1959 _._„ none 

Income $ 1 ,749,8 1 

Expenditures .^..-. 1,749,810 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Aid to Needy Blind U. S. 

Balance July 1, 1957 none 

Income $180,214 

Expenditures -- 180,214 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income $1 87,000 

Expenditures 187,000 



Balance June 30, 1959 .. ..., - -- none 

Income $186,936 

Expenditures — 1 86,936 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Aid to Disabled U. S. 

Balance July 1, 1957 . -- none 

Income ^ $632,115 

Expenditures 632,115 



Balance June 30, 1958 none 

Income $730,219 

Expenditures „. - 730,219 



Balance June 30, 1959 none 

Income -^ _ $711,137 

Expenditures 711,137 



Balance June 30, 1960 none 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 



AGENCY— PUBUC WELFARE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Salaries and Wages $ 887,771 

Employee Benefits — 5 1,6 II 

TOTAL $ 939,382 

OPERATING 

Postage - $ 8,564 

Supplies - 10,982 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues _ 

Subscriptions - 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,141 

Utilities 2,139 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous 35 

Merit System 8,690 

Audits 984 

Library 520 

Freight and Express — 64 

Insurance and Taxes 677 

Bonds and Fees 524 

Medical Expense 

Legal Expense 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 37,320 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte -- - 

TOTAL TRAVEL __ $ 60,669 



$ 933,609 
54,498 



$ 925,986 
57,646 



$ 951,094 
63,500 



$ 969,462 
86,109 



$ 988,107 $ 983,632 $1,014,594 $1,055,571 



$1,049,151 
89,751 

$1,138,902 



10,273 
5,116 



3,710 
2,293 

19 
8,562 
1,008 
456 
259 
425 
148 
211 
550 



10,138 
9,556 



7,896 
2,720 

42 

9,031 

540 

478 

174 

60 

832 

9 



8,000 
2,300 
2,750 
1,657 
300 
150 

5,305 
2,720 

50 
9,050 
550 
180 
175 
660 
340 
100 
650 



8,000 
2,500 
2,750 
7,258 
300 
83 

5,250 
2,720 

50 
9,050 
550 
180 
175 
182 
673 
100 
650 



$ 33,030 $ 42,284 $ 34,937 $ 40,471 



8,000 
2,500 
2,750 
2,500 
300 
83 

5,455 
2,750 

50 
9,050 
550 
180 
175 
130 
303 
100 
650 



$ 35,526 



$ 51,862 
1,454 



51,423 
1,248 



51,260 
1,298 



51,260 
687 



$ 52,071 $ 53,316 $ 52,671 $ 52,558 $ 51,947 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Motor Vehicles- 
Replacement 

Special — 
New Addition 
Replacement 



..$ 7,271 



$ 2,363 $ 6,752 



$ 18,070 
2,315 

1,900 

2,450 
950 



500 $ 1,700 
1,050 1,100 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT ...„„ ..., 


._$ 7,271 


$ 2,363 


$ 6,752 


$ 25,685 


$ 1,550 


$ 2,800 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .. 


-...$1,044,642 


$1,075,571 


$1,085,984 


$1,127,887 


$1,150,150 


$1,229,175 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 
AGENCY— DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



Program and Performance 

The Public Welfare Department was established and its purposes were set forth in Sections 71-201 through 
71-1415 of the Revised Codes of Montana, 1947. These titles were originally enacted as Chapter 82, Session Laws 
of 1937. 

Section 71-801 states that the Act may be sighted as the Public Welfare Act. 

This appropriation is necessary to enable the Department of Public Welfare to continue to carry out the pur- 
poses of the Public Welfare Act. It is necessary to continue to meet the assistance and service needs of people of 
the state who ore in need of economic support and/or in need of service to help remedy any situations which may 
need betterment. 

By virtue of the titles sighted above, it is mandatory for the Department to act as administrator and supervisor 
of all federal funds allocated to the state for the activities and purposes set forth in the Public Welfare Act. 

Although the Department is asking for less money in this appropriation request than was asked for from the 
last preceding legislature, this is done with the full knowledge that economic conditions may change or unforeseen 
events may occur which will require greater expenditures than contemplated. The varying nature of the purposes 
of the Department is such that activities must be geared to events as they happen. These events cannot be foreseen 
with sufficient clarity to make exact appropriation estimates and requests. The Department intends, as in the past, 
to meet all situations effecting the purposes of the agency in such a way that its responsibilities will be met with 
respect to the Executive Branch of Government, to the legislature, and to the public which it serves. 

The State Department of Public Welfare was authorized with the general supervision of payments to persons 
having silicosis under Sections 71-1001 through 71-1 107 of the Revised Codes of Montana, 1947. This part of the Pub- 
lic Welfare Act was originally enacted under Chapter 5, Session Laws of 1941. 

For the first time the State Public Welfare Board has decided to request an appropriation for silicosis benefit pay- 
ments in a separate appropriation bill rather than as a part of the total appropriation bill for the Department. 

This is being done because the silicosis benefit program has increased by some 200 recipients in the past two 
years. Prior to that time this program was declining on a gradual, but continuing basis. 

Since the last legislature enacted a compensible industrial disease act, it is felt that this legislature should have 
the opportunity to look at the silicosis benefit payment program separately from the other activities of the Depart- 
ment. 

Since the Department must make payments to all persons found by the medical staff at the State Tuberculosis 
Sanitarium at Galen to have silicosis, it is necessary to ask for an appropriation sufficiently large to meet these 
payments. 



294 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

SUMMARY OF— VETERANS' WELFARE COMMISSION 

I9S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 35 33 32 25 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL. ....$164,584 $161,224 $142,107 $143,872 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $132,535 $129,102 $110,687 $109,615 

Operating Expenses 17,472 18,225 16,229 18,342 

Travel 14,326 13,815 15,073 15,102 

Equipment 251 82 118 813 

TOTAL $164,584 $161,224 $142,107 $143,872 

FINANCING 

General Fund $164,584 $161,224 $142,107 $143,872 

TOTAL FINANCING $164,584 $161,224 $142,107 $143,872 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



25 



25 



$140,851 



$140,851 



$140,851 
$140,851 



$146,155 



$109,365 


$114,906 


16,421 


16,421 


14,695 


14,568 


370 


260 



$146,155 



$146,155 
$146,155 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $167,850 

Expenditures 164,584 



Balance 



$ 3,266 



Appropriation 1958-59 $165,850 

Expenditures 161,224 



Reversion $ 7,892 

Less Carry-over -- . 578 

$ 7,314 



Carry-Over 



Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Balance 



$ 578 

..$145,000 
.. 142,107 

.$ 3,471 



Appropriation 1 960-6 1 _ $ 1 45,000 

Estimated Expenditures 143,872 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 4,599 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 
AGENCY— VETERANS' WELFARE COMMISSION 



SUMMARY 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Incluciing Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



35 



33 



32 



25 



25 



25 



ScdoTies anci Wages $124,007 

Employee Benefits 8,528 



TOTAL . 



$132,535 



$121,629 
7,473 

$129,102 



$104,077 
6,610 

$110,687 



$102,665 

6,950 

$109,615 



$102,120 
7,245 

$109,365 



$107,040 
7,866 

$114,906 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 700 

Supplies 2,328 

Telephone and Telegraph 3,061 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 22 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 10,916 



Utilities 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Official Bonds 

Aid to Veterans 

Miscellaneous 

Janitor Service 

State Cor Expense 



104 

19 
173 
129 

20 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 17,472 



1,225 
1,953 
3,305 



25 

11,103 
112 

42 

30 

430 



$ 18,225 



$ 745 


$ 1,200 


$ 890 


$ 890 


1,324 


1,900 


1,395 


1,395 


2,996 


3,200 


2,880 


2,880 


251 


800 


466 


466 


100 


100 


100 


100 


25 


25 


25 


25 


9,533 


9,742 


9,390 


9,390 


118 


126 


126 


126 


45 


50 


50 


50 


35 


35 


35 


35 


391 


400 


400 


400 


269 


264 


264 


264 


397 


500 


400 


400 



$ 16,229 



$ 18,342 



$ 16,421 



$ 16,421 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 13,201 

Out-of-State 1,125 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 14,326 



$ 12,991 
824 

$ 13,815 



$ 14,123 
950 

$ 15,073 



$ 14,032 
1,070 

$ 15,102 



$ 13,900 $ 13,900 

795 668 



14,695 $ 14,568 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Special — 
Replacement 



15 
236 



72 
10 



$ 180 
633 



$ 220 
150 



$ 110 

150 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


__..$ 251 


$ 82 


$ 118 


$ 813 


$ 370 


$ 260 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES „. 


....$164,584 


$161,224 


$142,107 


$143,872 


$140,851 


$146,155 



296 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— VETERANS' WELFARE COMMISSION 



Progrcmi and Performance 

Title 77, Chapter 10, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 establishes the Veterans' Welfare Commission. 

The Commission is composed of five members and is charged by State Law with rendering assistance to Vet- 
erans and their dependents in preparing and presenting to Federal and State Governments, as the case may be, 
claims for which Veterans and their dependents may be entitled. 

The Service Officers of this Commission cover various counties and cities to which they are assigned, and 
assist Veterans in the preparation of claims — these ranging in character from Hospitalization, Compensation, Pen- 
sion, Insurance, Schooling, Training, G.I. Loans, and the many other benefits. 

The claims ore forwarded to the State Office in Helena where they are processed by close check to insure 
proper forms are filled out and that documents and statements are sufficient to support the claim. 

The Director and Claims Officer follow up all claims to insure that the rights of Veterans and their dependents 
are fully protected. It is incumbent upon all employees of the Veterans' Welfare Commission to call to attention of 
Veterans and their dependents the matter of Veterans' entitlements. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

SUMMARY OF— VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


20 


20 


22 


22 


24 


24 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
Administration 


_ $231,156 


$245,468 
25,645 


$264,691 
37,963 


$262,507 
39,784 


$263,808 
42,922 


$263,851 


O.A.S.I. 


... 19,784 


42,999 








TOTAL 


.. $250,940 


$271,113 


$302,654 


$302,291 


$306,730 


$306,850 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages 

Operating Expenses 

Travel 


. $ 95,522 
... 144,829 
... 10,455 


$106,536 

152,328 

10,848 

1,401 


$117,398 

170,077 

12,521 

2,658 


$120,044 

160,793 

14,900 

6,554 


$131,292 

161,309 

12,820 

1,309 


$131,539 

161,471 

12,810 


Equipment 


134 


1,030 






TOTAL - 


...$250,940 


$271,113 


$302,654 


$302,291 


$306,730 


$306,850 


FINANCING 

General Fund 

Other 

Administration — U.S. 

O.A.S.I.— U.S. - 


...$ 69,998 

.-_ 161,158 
... 19,784 


$ 74,729 

170,739 
25,645 


$ 89,577 

175,114 
37,963 


$ 92,322 

170,185 
39,784 


$105,523 

158,285 
42,922 


$105,541 

158,310 
42,999 






TOTAL FINANCING 


.. $250,940 


$271,113 


$302,654 


$302,291 


$306,730 


$306,850 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1 957-58 $70,000 

Expenditures 69,998 

Balance $ 2 



Appropriation 1958-59 $77,000 

Expenditures 74,729 



Reversion $ 2,273 



Appropriation 1959-60 ....._ $90,000 

Expenditures 89,577 



Balance ..- $ 423 

Appropriation 1960-61 $92,322 

Estimated Expenditures 92,322 



Estimated Reversion - $ 423 



VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,581.98 

Income 153,738.68 

Expenditures 1 62, 1 48.3 1 



Transfer In 



172.35 
1,513.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 1,685.35 

Income 169,365.01 

Expenditures 168,860.91 



Balance June 30, 1959 



$ 2,189.45 



Income 176,670.79 

Expenditures 1 74,9 15.81 



Balance June 30, I960 $ 3,944.43 



O.A.S.L DISABILITY FUND 

U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,637.02 

Income 23,079.42 

Expenditures 1 9,525.26 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,191.18 

Income 22,309.46 

Expenditures 27,292. 1 6 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 3,208.48 

Income ..- 35,534.27 

Expenditures - 37,963.26 



Balance June 30, 1960 _ $ 779.49 



298 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) .-. 20 20 22 22 

Salaries and Wages $ 89,45 1 $ 1 00,960 $110,188 $ 1 1 2,780 

Employee Benefits --. 6,071 5,576 7,210 7,264 

TOTAL $95,522 $106,536 $117,398 $120,044 

OPERATING 

Postage -- Included in Comm. $ 656 

Supplies --- $ 1,325 $ 1,666 $ 2,418 1,141 

Communication 2,439 2,176 2,337 2,004 

Printing 1,552 

Association Dues _... 

Subscriptions 10 20 

Rentals and Repairs 4,945 6,242 7,363 7,610 

Special Items 

Office Maintenance _.._ _ 177 115 140 385 

Public Information 20 13 200 

Case Service to Clients 

Diagnostic Procedure 4,118 6,454 12,103 15,025 

Surgery and Treatment ___ 10,040 11,769 6,296 7,550 

Prosthetic Appliances _ . .. 11,593 10,476 8,502 8,500 

Hospitalization __ 10,115 10,949 6,570 7,854 

Training and Materials 63,693 64,057 82,635 68,506 

Tools and Equipment 510 743 113 500 

Maintenance and Trans. 35,874 37,661 41,556 39,240 

Reference Books and Misc. .... 21 50 

TOTAL OPERATING $144,829 $152,328 $170,077 $160,793 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 9,148 $ 9,977 $ 11,009 $ 11,270 

Out-of-State 1,307 871 1,512 3,630 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 10,455 $ 10,848 $ 12,521 $ 14,900 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ....... ....$ 134 $ 1,401 $ 2,658 $ 6,307 

Replacement _.._ 247 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



24 



24 



$123,120 
8,172 

$131,292 



$123,120 
8,419 

$131,539 



600 


$ 600 


1,447 


1,564 


1,954 


1,954 


1,500 


1,500 


5 


5 


35 


40 


8,467 


8,497 


85 


95 


100 


100 



15,000 


15,000 


7,550 


7,550 


8,500 


8,500 


7,854 


7,854 


68,506 


68,506 


500 


500 


39,156 


39,156 


50 


50 



$161,309 



$ 11,270 
1,550 

$ 12,820 



169 
1,140 



$161,471 



$ 11,270 
1,540 

$ 12,810 



130 
900 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


... $ 134 


$ 1,401 


$ 2,658 


$ 6,554 


$ 1,309 


$ 1,030 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES , 


... $250,940 


$271,113 


$302,654 


$302,291 


$306,730 


$306,850 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 



Division 

ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 

Board Members) 


16 


16 


17 


17 


19 


19 


Salaries and Wages 


..$ 73,065 
5,067 


$ 80,794 
4,399 

$ 85,193 


$ 85,264 
5,635 


$ 90,820 
5,888 


$ 98,640 
6,670 


$ 98,640 
6,875 








TOTAL 


..$ 78,132 


$ 90,899 


$ 96,708 


$105,310 


$105,515 


OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Communication . 

Printing --.. 

Association Dues 


_.. Included 
._$ 1,132 
... 1,751 


in Comm. 
$ 1,508 
1,998 

5,702 

86 
20 


$ 387 

774 

1,663 

1,234 

10 
6,664 

17 
13 


$ 556 

871 

1,700 

1,472 

20 
6,780 

30 
200 


$ 500 
1,177 
1,654 
1,400 
5 
35 
7,072 

50 
100 


$ 500 

1,294 

1,654 

1,400 

5 


Subscriptions 

Rentals and Repairs 


4,405 


40 
7,087 


Special Items 

Office Maintenance -- 

Public Information 


144 


50 
100 


Case Service to Clients 

Diagnostic Procedure 


.._ 3,815 


4,747 
11,769 
10,476 
10,949 
64,057 
37,661 
743 

$149,716 


3,573 

6,296 

8,502 

6,570 

82,635 

41,556 

113 


4,200 

7,550 

8,500 

7,854 

68,506 

37,616 

500 


4,000 

7,550 

8,500 

7,854 

68,506 

37,616 

500 


4,000 


Surgery and Treatment 


___ 10,040 


7,550 


Prosthetic Appliances 

Hospitalization 


_- 11,593 
.... 10,115 


8,500 
7,854 


Training and Materials 


63,693 


68,506 


Maintenance and Transp. ,. 
Tools, Equipment, Etc. 


... 35,874 
510 


37,616 
500 


TOTAL OPERATING 


...$143,072 


$160,007 


$146,355 


$146,519 


$146,656 






TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 


...$ 8,521 
... 1,307 


$ 9,844 
460 


$ 9,932 
1,378 


$ 10,150 
2,850 


$ 10,150 
770 


$ 10,150 
780 








TOTAL TRAVEL _ 


$ 9,828 


$ 10,304 


$ 11,310 


$ 13,000 


$ 10,920 


$ 10,930 


EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 


....$ 124 


$ 255 


$ 2,475 


$ 6,197 
247 


$ 169 
890 


$ 130 


Rpplnrement 


620 








TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


....$ 124 


$ 255 


$ 2,475 


$ 6,444 


$ 1,059 


$ 750 






TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .- . 


...$231,156 


$245,468 


$264,691 


$262,507 


$263,808 


$263,851 



300 HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 



Division 

OJI.S.I. 




19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 




4 




4 




5 




5 




5 




5 








Salcrries and Wages 


$ 


16,386 

1,004 


$ 20,166 
1,177 


$ 24,924 
1,575 


$ 21,960 
1,460 


$ 24,480 
1,502 


$ 


24,480 


Employee Benefits 




1,544 








TOTAL.... 


$ 


17,390 


$ 21,343 


$ 26,499 


$ 23,420 


$ 25,982 


$ 


26,024 








OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 


"$ 


Included 
193 
688 

540 

33 
303 


in Comm. 
$ 158 
178 

540 

29 
1,707 


$ 


117 

253 

287 

40 

813 

9 

8,530 

21 


$ 


100 

270 

304 

80 

1,010 

175 

10,825 

50 

1,540 


$ 


100 
270 
300 
100 

1,395 

35 

11,000 

50 

1,540 


$ 


100 
270 


Communication 




300 


Printing 




100 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 




1 4in 


Special Items 

Office Maintenance -.. 

Medical Examinations 




45 
11,000 


'Reference Books and Misc. 
Med. Transportation 




50 
1 ,540 








TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


1,757 


$ 


2,612 


$ 


10,070 


$ 


14,354 


$ 


14,790 


$ 


14,815 








TRAVEL 

In-State 


$ 


627 


$ 


133 
411 


$ 


300 
911 


$ 


1,120 
780 


$ 


1,120 
780 


$ 


1,120 


Out-of-State 




760 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


..$ 


627 


$ 


544 


$ 


1,211 


$ 


1,900 


$ 


1,900 


$ 


1,880 






EQUIPMENT 

Officer- 
New Addition 

Replacement 


.-$ 


10 


$ 


1,146 


$ 


183 


$ 


110 


$ 


250 


$ 


280 








TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 


10 


$ 


1,146 


$ 


183 


$ 


110 


$ 


250 


$ 


280 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .... 


-.$ 


19,784 


$ 25,645 


$ 37,963 


$ 39,784 


$ 42,922 


$ 42,999 



'These are for special reference books thai we are asked to buy for use in processing determinations, and their titles, cost and publishing com- 
pany are indicated to us from Baltimore. 



HEALTH, WELFARE AND REHABILITATION 

AGENCY— VOCATIONAL REHABIUTATION 



Program and Performance 
Administration 

The following laws constitute the legal basis for Rehabilitation: 

(a) Vocational Rehabilitation Act of Montana, establishing the Bureau as a division of the State Board of Edu- 
cation, and describing its administration and functions. (Chapter 74, Session Laws of 1947, Revised Codes of 
Montana) 

(b) Providing for preference for veterans and handicapped persons referred by the Bureau for employment. 
(Senate Bill 201, Chapter 120, Session Laws of 1955) 

(c) Relating to the rehabilitation of the blind and providing for the administration of that program by the Public 
Welfare Department. (House Bill 138, Chapter 167, Session Lows of 1955) 

The Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation has been operating in the State of Montana since 1921, at which time 
the State Legislature made the first appropriation of funds to secure matching federal funds. The purpose of the 
Bureau is to provide all needed services to rehabilitate physically or mentally handicapped adults. To be eligible for 
this service a person must not only have a disability which would constitute a vocational handicap but he must be 
feasible for such service and financially in need of it. 

Funds for the operation of the Bureau come from two sources — a biennium appropriation of state funds and 
matching federal funds. The ratio of federal to state money at one time was 71%-29%. It is now approximately 6Q%- 
40%, and beginning in 1965 will be reduced to 50%-50%. Actually, for fiscal 1961 the Bureau will receive nearly 
$10,000 less in federal funds than in the year preceding. This means that during this suceeding five-year period, we 
will need an increasing amount of state funds even to secure the same amount of federal funds for the fiscal year 
1960, let alone allow for any expansion of case service. It should also be mentioned that in previous years Bureau 
clients enrolled in the various units of the University of Montana were allowed a partial waiver in tuition fees, which 
actually amounted to nearly $20,000 a year savings to the Bureau. But they have discontinued that practice which 
means that the Bureau will be shy this $20,000 in addition to the $10,000 less in federal funds. 

Let us point out that twelve years ago this Bureau employed six counselors as well as two supervisors and a 
director. Today we have, for reasons of economy, seven counselors, only one supervisor and a director. During this 
same time the number closed as rehabilitated rose only from 311 to 385. In 1948 we had approximately 1400 open 
cases, and this figure today is only 1700. Since we know that the number of handicapped has increased over the 
past few years and more are requesting services from the Bureau, obviously it was necessary to formulate new 
objectives. 

On the basis of reliable sources in Montana, we know that there are an additional 1100 to 1200 handicapped 
people eligible for and in need of our services. In order to purchase the needed vocational rehabilitation services for 
those now on our rolls, and also for those awaiting services, we are requesting an increase in our annual state ap- 
propriation for the next biennium from $90,000 to $135,000. This will enable us to earn an additional $70,000 in fed- 
eral funds, which should in turn make it possible for the Bureau to render rehabilitation services to nearly half again 
as many people as we are now doing. To do so we would plan to add a supervisor of guidance and training, three 
additional counselors and two additional clerical workers. We would also plan to open field offices in Miles City 
and Great Falls as a matter of efficiency cmd economy. This is in line with our present program of decentralization 
which has caused us to open offices in Missoula and Billings. 

O.A.S.I. — Disability Freeze 

The following constitutes the legal basis for the Old Age and Survivors Insurance Freeze program: 

This program was established by legislation by Congress, and the responsibility for its operation was assigned 
to the Social Security Administration. The purpose of this legislation was to "freeze" or protect the benefits of in- 
jured workers who are no longer able to continue employment. The responsibility for making the actual disability 
determination was given to the rehabilitation agencies in each state. Thus, the O.A.S.I. Disability Determination of- 
fice in Montana is part of the over-all operations of the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation. However, it receives no 
operating funds from the Bureau, all of its monies coming from the Social Security Administration, and being in no 
way connected with either State or Federal funds available to the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation. 

As to performance, in the fiscal year 1960 the O.A.S.I. office received 1307 applications for disability freeze de- 
terminations, and processed these. In the previous fiscal year this amounted to 1447. Due to recent changes in the 
Social Security low enacted by this last Congress, the number of disabled workers under Social Security, who might 
be eligible for Social Security benefits, are expected to increase materially. For the fiscal year 1961 we may expect 
1500 applications, in the fiscal year 1962 some 1700 applications, and by 1963 this number should approach 1900. 




PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 
SUMMARY OF— ADJUTANT GENERAL 

1957 Biennium 1959 Bieimium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 14 20 20 23 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $168,178 $195,730 $227,500 $198,777 

Armory Buildings 72,613 99,980 92,384 209,235 

Expenditure Credit (186) 

TOTAL $240,791 $295,524 $319,884 $408,012 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $62,376 $65,981 $85,936 $104,962 

Operating Expenses - ^. 137,412 159,628 162,884 166,880 

Travel 4,942 4,702 4,812 5,750 

Equipment and Building 36,061 65,399 66,252 130,420 

Expenditure Credit (186) 

TOTAL $240,791 $295,524 $319,884 $408,012 

FINANCING 

General Fund $229,304 $274,297 $307,010 $408,012 

Other 

General Fund Direct 11,487 21,227 12,874 

TOTAL FINANCING .$240,791 $295,524 $319,884 $408,012 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



21 



$205,096 
137,055 



$342,151 



21 



$207,130 
137,151 



$344,281 



$105,871 

182,775 

5,505 

48,000 



$342,151 



$106,091 

184,625 

5,465 

48,100 



$344,281 



$342,151 



$342,151 



$344,281 



$344,281 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



General Fund 



..$373,024 
.. 229,303 



Balance. $143,721 

Appropriation 1958-59 $223,841 

Expenditures 274,480 

Transfer Out 43,999 

Carry-over 44,770 



Reversion $ 4,313 



Carry-over $ 44,770 

Appropriation 1 959-60 $404, 122 

Expenditures 307,010 

Transfer Out 1,754 



Balance $ 1 40, 1 28 

Appropriation 1960-61 $296,078 

Estimated Expenditures 408,012 



Estimated Reversion 



..$ 28,194 



Armory Physical Plant Fiind 



$1.09 
..$1.09 



Balance July 1, 1957 

Balance June 30, 1958 — 

Balance June 30, 1959 $1.09 

Balance June 30, 1960 - $1-09 



304 PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 

AGENCY— ADJUTANT GENERAL 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 

Board Members) 14 20 20 23 21 21 

Salaries and Wages $ 57,966 $ 60,235 $ 79,732 $ 96,045 $ 98,800 $ 98,800 

Employee Benefits 4,410 5,746 6,204 8,917 7,071 7,291 



TOTAL $62,376 $65,981 $85,936 $104,962 $105,871 $106,091 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 556 $ 25 $ 500 

Supplies ....$ 14,812 8,126 11,222 11,900 

Telephone and Telegraph 8,502 11,975 14,095 12,290 

Printing 1,285 1,300 

Association Dues 558 429 488 500 

Subscriptions 253 104 69 74 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 31,224 28,073 25,286 33,575 

Utilities 41,715 56,292 65,716 74,700 

Special Items 

Taxes and Licenses 278 236 304 305 

Official Bonds 425 354 379 380 

Freight and Express 137 3 25 

Auto Expense 754 539 1,069 1,000 

Doctor and Clinic Fees 2,710 1,310 2,820 2,000 

Uniforms 12,670 13,265 13,335 14,035 

National Guard Expense 21,439 34,812 26,090 12,300 

Subsistence 284 127 41 100 

Other Insurance 1,631 2,145 1,808 1,896 

Miscellaneous 20 134 

C-45 Transportation 

TOTAL OPERATING ......$137,412 $159,628 $162,884 $166,880 $182,775 $184,625 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,152 $ 826 $ 1,235 $ 1,250 $ 1,565 $ 1,565 

Out-of-State 3,790 3,876 3,577 4,500 3,940 3,900 



$ 100 


$ 500 


12,000 


12,000 


10,000 


10,000 




1,000 


500 


500 


75 


75 


35,000 


35,000 


83,900 


83,900 


300 


. 300 


400 


400 


900 


1,000 


2,500 


2,500 


14,000 


14,350 


16,000 


16,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


2,000 


5,000 


5,000 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,942 $ 4,702 $ 4,812 $ 5,750 $ 5,505 $ 5,465 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ... $ 1,392 $ 486 $ 2,996 $ 500 

Replacement 1,305 143 4,770 1,050 $ 500 $ 500 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement 1,500 1,600 

Special — Buildings 

New Addition 20,695 53,693 41,308 106,885 46,000 46,000 

Replacement 12,669 11,077 17,178 21,985 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $36,061 $65,399 $66,252 $130,420 $48,000 $48,100 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .......$240,791 $295,710 $319,884 $408,012 $342,151 $344,281 



Division 

ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennitim 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) - - 


9 


12 


12 


12 


11 11 







PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 

AGENCY— ADJUTANT GENERAL 

Salaries and Wages $48,897 $49,105 $64,957 $58,715 

Employee Benefits 3,803 5,019 5,009 8,062 

TOTAL $52,700 $54,124 $69,966 $66,777 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 556 $ 25 $ 500 

Supplies - -$ 12,246 6,624 10,034 9,800 

Telephone and Telegraph 8,502 11,975 14,095 12,290 

Printing . 1,285 1,300 

Association Dues 558 429 488 500 

Subscriptions 253 104 69 74 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 30,834 28,073 25,286 23,500 

Utilities 20,355 33,858 38,960 45,025 

Special Items 

Official Bonds 425 354 379 380 

Auto Expense 754 539 1,069 1,000 

Doctor and Clinic Fees 2,710 1,310 2,820 2,000 

Uniforms 12,670 13,265 13,335 14,035 

Notional Guard Expense 15,354 34,812 26,090 12,300 

Subsistence 284 127 41 100 

Other Insurance 1,631 1,896 1,808 1,896 

Miscellaneous 134 

C-45 Expenses 

TOTAL OPERATING $106,576 $135,207 $134,633 $124,700 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,152 $ 826 $ 1,235 $ 1,250 

Out-of-state 3,790 3,876 3,577 4,500 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,942 $ 4,702 $ 4,812 $ 5,750 

EQUIPMENT 

Office — Other 

New Addition -. $ 1,249 $ 486 $ 1,972 $ 500 

Replacement 1,180 (152) 3,707 1,050 

Motor Vehicles — 
Replacement 

Special — Buildings 

New Addition 589 629 2,840 

Replacement 942 734 9,570 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 3,960 $ 1,697 $ 18,089 $ 1,550 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $168,178 $195,730 $227,500 $198,777 



$ 60,400 
4,116 

$ 64,516 



$ 60,400 
4,240 

$ 64,640 



$ 100 


$ 500 


10,500 


10,500 


10,000 


10,000 




1,000 


500 


500 


75 


75 


25.000 


25,000 


46,000 


46,000 


400 


400 


900 


1,000 


2,500 


2,500 


14,000 


14,350 


16,000 


16,000 


100 


100 


2,000 


2,000 


5,000 


5,000 



$133,075 



$134,925 



$ 1,565 
3,940 

$ 5,505 



$ 1,565 
3,900 

$ 5,465 



$ 500 $ 500 

1,500 1,600 



$ 2,000 $ 2,100 



$205,096 $207,130 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 



AGENCY— ADJUTANT GENERAL 



Division 

ARMORY BDILDING 


19S7 Bienniiun 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


5 


8 


8 


11 


10 


10 




....$ 9,069 


$ 11,130 
727 


$ 14,775 
1,195 


$ 37,330 
855 


$ 38,400 
2,955 


$ 38,400 


Employee Benefits 


607 


3,051 








TOTAL ....... 


__$ 9,676 


$ 11,857 


$ 15,970 


$ 38,185 


$ 41,355 


$ 41,451 


OPERATING 

Suppliec; 


.._$ 2,566 


$ 1,502 
22,434 

236 
249 


S 1,188 

26,756 

3 

304 


$ 2,100 

10,075 
29,675 

25 

305 


$ 1,500 

10,000 
37,900 

300 


$ 1,500 


Rentals, Repairs and 
Mrrintenrmre 


390 


10,000 


Utilities . . ... . . 


. 21,360 


37,900 


Special Items 

Freight and Express 

National Guard Expenses 

Taxes and Licenses 

Other Insurance 


137 

6,085 

278 


300 


MisrellrmeoiiR 


20 










TOTAL OPERATING 


_...$ 30,836 


$ 24,421 


$ 28,251 


$ 42,180 


$ 49,700 


$ 49,700 


EQUIPMENT 

Office — Other 
New AHditinri 


.._..$ 143 
125 

20,106 


$ 295 

53,064 
10,343 


$ 1,024 
1,063 

38,468 
7,608 


$106,885 
21,985 


$ 46,000 




Replacement 

Special — Buildings 
New Addition — .. 


$ 46,000 


Rpplai'Tement 


11,727 










TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 32,101 


$ 63,702 


$ 48,163 


$128,870 


$ 46,000 


$ 46,000 


TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .. 


..... $ 72,613 


$ 99,980 


$ 92,384 


$209,235 


$137,055 


$137,151 



AGENCY— ADJUTANT GENERAL 



Program and Performance 

The Adjutant General Department was created by provisions set forth in Title 77-177, Revised Codes of Mon- 
tana, for the purpose of administrating the needs of National Guard and State Militia. 

This office is responsible for the training, support and supervision of the Montana Air and Army National 
Guard throughout the year during their armory drills and two-week period of annual active duty for training. 

All records p>ertcrining to supply, personnel and fiscal needs are handled by this office. To accomplish this mis- 
sion we have 164 people in the USP&FO, Equipment Concentration Site, Maintenance Shops and Staff Assistant 
and Technician program. In addition, there are 176 permanent employees to support the Air National Guard. 

For co-ordination and supervision of these activities we have a General Staff consisting of 23 officers and men 
in Helena armory. We maintain an average strength of 3500 officers in the Army and Air National Guard and 
have the responsibility of training, which must meet the standards of combat readiness set forth by the Department 
of Defense. 

In addition to these responsibilities we ore available to the Governor for any emergency, ceremony, or func- 
tion he deems necessary. 

We receive and disburse all Federal and State funds allotted to the Montana National Guard. 

We serve the public by maintaining the highest possible training status to supply, at a moments notice, an ef- 
ficient organized military force capable of handling any type of emergency, be it flood, fire, riot or attack by enemy 
forces. 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 



SUMMARY OF— CIVIL DEFENSE 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 45,118 

Survival Plan 37,326 



TOTAL $ 82,444 



$ 54,590 
34,748 

$ 89,338 



$ 43,592 



$ 43,592 



51,000 $ 72,486 

— Discontinued — 



$ 51,000 $ 72,486 



$ 72,101 



$ 72,101 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 40,731 

Operating Expenses _... 12,232 

Travel 5,507 

Equipment 23,974 



TOTAL $ 82,444 



$ 31,481 


$ 12,163 


$ 11,135 


$ 10,884 


$ 11,099 


15,578 


11,884 


14,865 


12,902 


12,302 


7,385 


3,903 


5,000 


3,700 


3,700 


34,894 


15,642 


20,000 


45,000 


45.000 



$ 89,338 



$ 43,592 



$ 51,000 



$ 72,486 



$ 72,101 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 18,645 

Other 

U. S. Aid Survival 37,636 

Civil Defense Fund 26,163 

Surplus — - — - 

Public Law 85-606 U. S. Aid ___ 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 82,444 



$ 17,355 



$ 89,338 



$ 20,699 



$ 21,000 



$ 13,743 



$ 43,592 



$ 51,000 



$ 72,486 



$ 13,551 



34,818 










37,165 


14,336 


20,000 


40,000 


40,000 




8,557 


10,000 


10,000 
8,743 


10,000 
8,550 



$ 72,101 



Civil Defense 



General Fund Appropriation 



Appropriation 1957-58 $2 1 ,000 

Expenditures 18,645 



Balance $ 2,355 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 

Reversion 



$21,000 
. 17,357 



$21,000 



Appropriation 1959-60 .__ 

Expenditures -_ 20,699 

Balance --- $ 301 

Appropriation 1960-61 $21,000 

Estimated Expenditures 21,000 



Estimated Reversion $ 301 



PUBUC SAFCTY AND INDUSTRIAL ACaDENT 



Flood Disaster 
U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $20,128.73 

Income 20,900.48 

Expenditiires 



Balance June 30, 1958 $41,029.21 

Income none 

Expenditures none 

Returned to Federal Government 41,029.21 



Balance June 30, 1959 none 

Survived Plan U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 

Income $41 ,989.73 

Expenditures 37,635.89 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 4,353.84 

Income 30,465.00 

Expenditures 34,818.09 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ .75 

Civil Defense Fund 



Rnlnnre July 1, 1957 


.__ ..$ 917.27 


Inrnme 


9.fi,9.n4.fifi 


Expenditures 


26,162.99 






Balance June 30, 1958 

Tnrnmfi 


$ 958.94 

37,4R0.,5q 


FYpenditnrps 


37,164.85 






Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 


.-$ 1,274.68 

16,928.88 


Expenditures 


14,.?,35.88 






Balance June 30, 1960 . . 


$ 3,867.68 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 



AGENCY— CIVIL DEFENSE 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 2 ! 

Salaries and Wages $ 38,314 

Employee Benefits 2,417 

TOTAL $ 40,731 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 513 

Supplies 2,950 

Telephone and Telegraph 1 ,765 

Printing 183 

Association Dues 50 

Subscriptions 6 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 70 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 21 

Military Surplus 6,674 

Miscellaneous 

Madison Earthquake — -„.. 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 12,232 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 4,550 

Out-of-State - 957 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 5,507 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 911 

Special — 

New Addition 23,063 

Replacement 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 29,715 
1,766 

$ 31,481 



$ 11,495 
668 

$ 12,163 



$ 10,465 
670 

$ 11,135 



$ 10,200 



$ 10,884 



$ 10,380 
719 

$ 11,099 



$ 381 


$ 69 


$ 200 


$ 136 


$ 136 


5,233 


269 


350 


500 


500 


1,546 


1,402 


1,800 


1,391 


1,391 


4,072 






700 


100 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


79 


111 


100 


100 


100 


114 


8 


100 


25 


25 




7,918 


12,165 


10,000 


10,000 


4,103 


97 
1,960 


100 







$ 15,578 



$ n.i 



$ 14,865 



$ 12,902 



$ 12,302 



$ 6,739 
646 

$ 7,385 



$ 2,614 
1,289 

$ 3,903 



$ 3,500 
1,500 

$ 5,000 



3,000 
700 



$ 3,700 



$ 34,894 



$ 1,306 
14,336 



$ 20,000 



40,000 
5,000 



$ 3,000 
700 

$ 3,700 



$ 40,000 
5,000 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


....$ 23,974 


$ 34,894 


$ 15,642 


$ 20,000 


$ 45,000 


$ 45,000 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


.... $ 82,444 


$ 89,338 


$ 43,592 


$ 51,000 


$ 72,486 


$ 72,101 



310 

AGENCY— CIVIL DEFENSE 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 



Division 



ADMINISTRATION 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) .. 



Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits — - 



TOTAL. 



.-$ 9,015 
469 



..$ 9,484 



9,053 
481 



$ 9,534 



$ 11,495 
668 

$ 12,163 



$ 10,465 
670 

$ 11,135 



$ 10,200 
684 

$ 10,884 



$ 10,380 
719 

$ 11,099 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Surplus 

Miscellaneous 



Madison Earthquake 



92 

606 

1,096 

183 

50 

6 

70 

21 
6,674 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 8,798 



246 


$ 


69 


$ 


200 


$ 


136 


$ 


136 


1,082 




269 




350 




500 




500 


1,211 




1,402 




1,800 




1,391 




1,391 


291 












700 




100 


50 




50 




50 




50 




50 



$ 6,635 



111 



100 



100 



$ 11,884 



$ 14,865 



$ 12,902 



100 



15 


8 


100 


25 


25 




7,918 


12,165 


10,000 


10,000 


3,740 


97 
1,960 


100 







12,302 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 3,173 



_$ 2,216 
957 


$ 2,881 
646 


$ 2,614 
1,289 


$ 3,500 
1,500 


$ 3,000 
700 


$ 3,000 
700 



$ 3,527 



$ 3,903 



$ 5,000 



$ 3,700 



$ 3,700 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

Special — 
New Addition 
Replacement 



600 
23,063 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 23,663 



$ 34,894 



$ 34,894 



$ 1,306 
14,336 

$ 15,642 



$ 20,000 



$ 20,000 



$ 40,000 
5,000 

$ 45,000 



40,000 
5,000 

45,000 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES --. $ 45,118 



$ 54,590 



$ 43,592 



$ 51,000 



$ 72,486 



72,101 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 



AGENCY— CIVIL DEFENSE 



Division 

SURVIVAL PLAN 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 
Actual Estimate Recommended 
1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 


Scdaries and Wages 

Employee Benefits 


..„_$ 


29,299 
1,948 


$ 20,662 
1,285 










TOTAL 


$ 


31,247 


$ 21,947 










OPERATING 

Postage 


$ 


421 

2,344 

669 


$ 


135 
4,151 

335 
3,781 

79 

99 
363 


— Discontinued — • 


Supplies . 






Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing .. .. - 






Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Miscellaneous 












TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 


3,434 


$ 


8,943 










TRAVEL 

In-State -.- 


$ 


2,334 


$ 


3,858 










TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 


2,334 


$ 


3,858 










EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 


$ 


311 














TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


...._$ 


311 














TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES __ 


...-.$ 37,326 


$ 34,748 





AGENCY— CIVIL DEFENSE 



Program and Performance 

Title 77, Chapter 13, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 establishes the Civil Defense Agency. 

Montana now occupies one of the three lowest positions of the fifty states as pertains to its ability to survive 
during the next war, (thermo-nucleor). This Agency has well-developed plans and programs enabling the people of 
Montana to survive. However, this will require responsible people to place their values on survival. If these values 
are established, the public may expect to receive proper service and great benefits. At the present time we are at- 
tempting to operate about fifteen (15) programs, a State Survival Plan with 25 annexes, coordinate the planning of 
56 counties, coordinate with all Federal Agencies, other states and Canada, and all this is being attempted with two 
people while other states are providing for adequate Civil Defense Funds. 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACaDENT 



SUMMARY OF— HIGHWAY PATROL 










1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estii^ate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 146 


146 


165 


165 


163 + 5 PT 163 + 5 PT 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Patrol $1,175,639 

Stores Increase 13,188 



TOTAL 



$1,306,065 
30,375 



$1,287,699 
(15,935) 



$1,394,827 
21,782 



$1,327,614 
25,049 



$1,287,589 
28,806 



$1,188,827 $1,336,440 $1,271,764 $1,416,609 $1,352,663 $1,316,395 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 669,832 

Operating Expenses .- 339,072 

Travel 

Equipment 166,735 

Stores Increase 13,188 



TOTAL $1 , 1 88,827 



$ 714,050 
412,204 

179,811 
30,375 



$ 825,352 
324,906 

137,441 
(15,935) 



$ 835,428 

388,481 

3,100 

167,818 

21,782 



$ 840,030 

377,949 

1,200 

108,435 

25,049 



$ 846,097 

366,593 

1,200 

73,699 

28,806 



$1,336,440 $1,271,764 $1,416,609 $1,352,663 $1,316,395 



FINANCING 
General Fund 



$1,188,827 



$1,336,440 $1,271,764 $1,416,609 $1,352,663 



$1,316,395 



TOTAL FINANCING $1,188,827 $1,336,440 $1,271,764 $1,416,609 $1,352,663 $1,316,395 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
General Fund 

$1,392,463 Carry-over 

.. 1,188,827 Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



..$ 203,636 

$1,306,693 

.. 1,336,440 

99,610 



Reversion.- 74,279 



Balance 
Appropriation 1960-61 



Estimated Expenditures 
Estimated Reversion ..,- 



$ 99,610 
.-$1,407,873 
.- 1,271,764 

.$ 253,719 
$1,398,148 
- 1,416,609 



$ 217,258 



Highway Patrol Retirement Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $120,498.10 

Income 1 17,478.37 

Expenditures 30,509.04 



Investments .. 
Transfer Out 



Balance June 30, 1958 
Income 

Expenditures - 



Investments 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 

Investments 



$207,467.43 
.. 120,000.00 
_ 5,055.08 

..$ 82,412.35 
.. 130,189.89 
. 46,526.93 

$166,075.31 
.. 120,000.00 

.-$ 46,075.31 
.. 134,306.46 
,. 53,949.33 
.. 90,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 ..._ ....$ 36,432.44 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACaDENT 



AGENCY— HIGHWAY PATROL 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1980-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 146 

Salaries and Wages .. $ 647,1 10 

Employee Benefits 22,722 

TOTAL $ 669,832 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 12,911 

Supplies 23,923 

Telephone and Telegraph 9,433 

Printing 25,531 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 13,371 

Utilities 

Special Items 

Education and Training 

Subsistence 85,565 

Auto Expense 138,922 

Uniforms ^- 15,642 

Ammunition 4,053 

Court and Legal Expense .— 1,939 

Freight and Express 1,926 

Handling Charges 

Miscellaneous -— 5,856 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 339,072 

TRAVEL 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL 



146 



165 



165 163 + 5 PT 163 + 5 PT 



$ 691,291 
22,759 



$ 797,676 
27,676 



$ 812,518 
22,910 



$ 826,258 
13,772 



$ 832,280 
13,817 



$ 714,050 $ 825,352 $ 835,428 $ 840,030 $ 846,097 



28,428 
18,201 
11,139 
15,034 



2,496 
18,621 

18,267 

70,751 

169,337 

22,842 

25,229 

2,043 

1,440 

6,552 

1,824 



5,200 
20,616 
11,346 
23,952 



2,409 
19,176 

962 

69,562 

148,099 

14,424 

162 

2,529 

2,100 

3,487 



18,500 
20,370 
11,902 
16,300 
90 
189 

2,445 
18,876 

2,010 

78,940 

179,204 

16,140 

12,000 

2,900 

2,330 

4,500 

1,785 



$ 412,204 $ 324,906 



$ 388,481 



15,513 
19,829 
11,953 
24,000 
90 
181 

4,649 
15,436 

17,520 

72,000 

168,009 

15,636 

5,000 

2,000 

2,000 

3,500 

633 



15,513 
19,829 
11,953 
12,600 
90 
181 

4,693 
15,436 

17,520 

72,000 

168,009 

15,636 

5,000 

2,000 

2,000 

3,500 

633 



$ 377,949 $ 366,593 



$ 3,100 $ 1,200 $ 1,200 



$ 3,100 



$ 1,200 $ 1,200 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 19,062 

Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 123,640 

Replacement 

Special — 

New Addition -... 24,033 

Replacement 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT ..$ 166,735 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ...„ $1,175,639 



16,485 
1,234 

146,741 



14,722 
629 



$ 20,773 
1,385 

100,593 



14,160 
530 



1,900 
2,000 

156,000 



770 
7,148 



$ 3,805 

103,800 
830 



$ 4,375 

45,600 
23,724 



$ 179,811 $ 137,441 $ 167,818 $ 108,435 $ 73,699 



$1,306,065 $1,287,699 $1,394,827 $1,327,614 $1,287,589 



314 PUBUC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 

AGENCY— HIGHWAY PATROL 



Program and Performance 

Those satutes establishing the Highway Patrol and its subsections are: 

Section 31-101, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947 — creating Highway Patrol 

Section 31-117, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947 — creating Drivers' Examination Section 

Section 53-419, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947 — Supervisor to administer Safety Responsibility Act 

Highway Patrol 

The ultimate mission of the Patrol is that of providing our motoring public with service that will allow them to 
travel from one point to another with the maximum safety and minimum loss of time. 

This is accomplished by selecting, training, equipping and scheduling qualified uniformed officers in strategic 
locations to insure that drivers comply with laws relating to safety, accident investigation, registration and driver 
licensing. 

Driver Licensing 

Activities of this department include processing and issuance of driver licenses and duplicates, driver improve- 
ment, and driver records concerning violations and accident involvement. 

Safety Responsibility 

This subdivision of the Highway Patrol is charged with the responsibility of processing accident reports and de- 
termining compliance or noncompliance with provisions of the Safety Responsibility Law. The function of this divi- 
sion is clerical — filing, recording, and statistical. 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 315 

SUMMARY OF— INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT BOARD 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


45 


50 


55 


60 


55 


55 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL . 


.$306,175 


$338,437 


$386,476 


$383,788 


$395,359 


$390,594 









DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $191,912 $213,738 $253,877 $260,971 $266,996 $274,851 

Operating Expenses 65,731 88,182 86,669 82,635 78,918 75,918 

Travel 28,409 28,301 30,962 35,400 35,875 35,875 

Equipment 20,123 8,216 14,968 4,782 13,570 3,950 



Balance July 1, 1957 $11,638.66 

Income 

Expenditures 700.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $10,938.66 

Income 

Expenditures 5,882.43 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 5,056.23 

Expenditures 1 ,438.72 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,617.51 



Industrial Accident Second Injury 

Balance July 1, 1957 $22,531.02 

Income 3,500.00 

Expenditures 3,618.95 



Balance June 30, 1958 $22,412.07 

Income 9,316.00 

Expenditures 3,976.50 



Balance June 30, 1959 $27,751.57 

Income 4,000.00 

Expenditures 4,636.00 



TOTAL $306,175 $338,437 $386,476 $383,788 $395,359 $390,594 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 4,232 

. Other 

I Industrial Accident 

Administrative Fund 301,943 $338,437 $386,476 $383,788 $395,359 $390,594 



TOTAL FINANCING $306,175 $338,437 $386,476 $383,788 $395,359 $390,594 



Industrial Insurance Liquidation Fund 



Balance June 30, 1960 $27,115.57 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACODENT 



Industrial Accident Administration 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 15,275.98 

Income 360,81 1.65 

Expenditures 30 1 ,942.89 

Balance June 30, 1958 _.. $ 74,144.74 

Income 349,951.30 

Expenditures 338,435.18 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 85,660.86 

Income - 407,50 1 .09 

Expenditures — 379,660.59 

Balance June 30, 1960 $113,501.36 



Volunteer Fireman's Compensation Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $11,727.35 

Income 24,756.90 

Expenditures - 31,978.19 

Balance June 30, 1958 -.- $ 4,506.06 

Income _____ _ _ __ 47,487.57 

Expenditures 27,1 16.90 

Balance June 30, 1959 $24,876.73 

Income 33,36 1 .65 

Expenditures — ._ 25, 1 94.53 

Balance June 30, 1960 $33,043.85 



Industrial Accident Fimd 

Balance July 1, 1957 _____$ 845,163.08 

Income 3,88 1 ,786.49 

Expenditures 3,239,410.53 

$1,487,539.04 
Investments ______ 600,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 887,539.04 

Income 4,624,524.52 

Expenditures 4,03 1 ,229.56 

Balance $1,480,834.00 

Investments 1 , 1 00,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 380,834.00 

Income 5,566,63 1 .08 

Expenditures - 5,002,257.76 

Balance June 30, 1960 _____ $ 945,207.32 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 

AGENCY— INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT BOARD 



Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Bieimium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 45 50 55 60 55 55 

Salaries and Wages $181,388 $202,690 $236,181 $243,312 $249,056 $255,956 

Employee Benefits 10,524 11,048 17,696 17,659 17,940 18,895 



EQUIPMENT 



TOTAL $191,912 $213,738 $253,877 $260,971 $266,996 $274,851 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 6,298 

Supplies 11,412 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,744 

Printing 8,110 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 262 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 13,336 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 890 

Official Bonds -- 356 

Auto Ebcpense 4,725 

Court and Legal Expense 15,317 

Investigation Expense 1,476 

Other Insurance 181 

Miscellaneous 624 



$ 11,182 


$ 8,000 


$ 8,000 


$ 8,000 


$ 8,000 


17,863 


18,595 


20,000 


12,272 


12,272 


3,748 


4,972 


4,900 


4,298 


4,298 


1,371 


10,556 


3,852 


8,000 


5,000 




219 


219 


219 


219 


337 


174 


174 


175 


175 


27,329 


15,076 


17,900 


16,229 


16,229 


103 


15 


15 


25 


25 


524 


302 


325 


450 


450 


6,307 


8,797 


8,000 


9,000 


9,000 


13,770 


14,326 


14,000 


15,000 


15,000 


5,278 


5,192 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


186 


228 


250 


250 


250 


184 


217 









TOTAL OPERATING $65,731 $88,182 $86,669 $82,635 $78,918 $75,918 

TRAVEL 

In-State _ $ 27,942 $ 27,994 $ 30,009 $ 33,400 $ 35,625 $ 35,625 

Out-of-state 467 307 953 2,000 250 250 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 28,409 $ 28,301 $ 30,962 $ 35,400 $ 35,875 $ 35,875 



Office- 
New Addition $ 18,092 $ 7,470 $ 2,795 $ 282 

Replacement 5,891 500 $ 450 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 2,856 $ 10,170 

Replacement 3,129 4,000 3,400 3,500 

Special — • 

New Addition 374 297 

Replacement 2,031 372 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 20,123 $ 8,216 $ 14,968 $ 4,782 $ 13,570 $ 3,950 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $306,175 $338,437 $386,476 $383,788 $395,359 $390,594 



318 PUBUC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 

AGENCY— INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT BOARD 



Program and Performance 

The Industrial Accident Board is created by Section 92-104, R. C. M., 1947. Its powers and duties ore as set 
forth in various sections of Title 92 which composes the Occupational Disease and Workmen's Compensation Acts 
of the State of Montana. 

The Board is charged with the responsibility of administering these Acts, and, also, the Volunteer Firemen's 
Compensation Act. 

The Board consists of three (3) members. The Chairman is appointed for a term of four (4) years by the Gov- 
ernor at a salary fixed by law. The other two (2) members are ex-officio, and they are the Commissioner of Labor 
and the Director of the State Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, which is a division of the State Board of Educa- 
tion. The Board meets every Monday to consider matters in connection with the administration of the Act, and the 
operation of the State Industrial Insurance, and Occupational Disease Compensation Funds, and the so-called 
Second Injury Fund. Its two primary responsibilities are the adjudication of disputed claims under the above Acts, 
and the management of the above mentioned funds. Its expenses of administration are provided by Section 92-116, 
R. C. M., 1947 which creates the Industrial Administration Fund, which is composed of contributions from self in- 
sured employers, insurance companies who insure employers under the Workmen's Compensation Act, and from 
the State Industrial Insurance Fund. The latter Fund is derived from premium contributions from employers enrolled 
under Plan Three of the Act, and which contributes not to exceed 10 per cent of its annual premium income to the 
Industrial Administration Fund. 

For the purpose of carrying out these responsibilities, the Board is under the executive direction of the Chair- 
man. The office staff is sub-divided into the following departments: 

1 . State Fund Underwriting Department 

2. Plan Two Policy Department — for employers who insure their liability with a private insurance carrier. 

3. Clcrim Department 

4. Accounting Department 

5. Department of Machine Accounting & Statistics (I. B. M.) 

6. Department of Safety 

7. Department of the Secretary and Assistant Secretory 

It is the Board's responsibility to do the following as reqiiired by the Act. 

1. Assiireds of employees who are injured vdthin the course and scope of their employment compensation for 
the loss of income in accordance with the limitations as specified by the Act. 

2. Provide injured employees with proper and adequate medical attention at no expense to themselves in a 
manner which will secure to them the earliest possible return to remunerative employment. 

3. To assist in the rehabilitation of permanently injured workers who are, because of their injuries, required to 
seek employment in fields other than those in which they ore trained. 

4. To provide through the Safety Dejxirtment a maximum amount of training and education in safe work prac- 
tices to both employer and employee, and to thereby minimize both the frequency and severity of industrial 
accidents. 

Reference is made to the last Annual Report of the Board. 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


7 


7 


11 


11 


11 


11 








DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


..$ 52,256 


$ 52,626 


$ 85,247 


$ 90,962 


$ 84,554 


$ 85,677 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 

SUMMARY OF— PARDONS, BOARD OF 

Number of Positions 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTK 
TOTAL _. 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 34,726 $ 36,022 $ 57,434 $ 62,845 

Operating Expenses 5,108 4,761 7,009 8,037 

Travel 10,275 11,843 17,238 19,880 

Equipment 2,147 3,566 200 

TOTAL $ 52,256 $ 52,626 $ 85,247 $ 90,962 

FINANCING 

General Fund _ $ 52,256 $ 52,626 $ 85,247 $ 90,962 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 52,256 $ 52,626 $ 85,247 $ 90,962 



319 



$ 62,120 


$ 63,718 


6,599 


6,599 


15,200 


15,200 


635 


160 



$ 84,554 



$ 85,677 



84,554 
84,554 



$ 85,677 
$ 85,677 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
Genercd Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 .$54,198 

Expenditures 52,256 



Balance ...- $ 1,942 

Appropriation 1 958-59 $53,898 

Expenditures 52,626 



Reversion $ 3,214 

Less Carry Over 441 



Carried Forward Balance 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 



$ 441 
$94,415 
.- 85,247 



Balance _ $ 9,609 



Appropriation 1960-61 ____ 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion $10,112 



$91,465 
. 90,962 



$ 2,773 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACQDENT 



AGENCY— PARDONS, 


BOARD 


OF 










Division 

Sununcxpy 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957^8 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1953-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Incluciing Full-Time 
Board Members) . 




7 


7 


11 


11 


11 11 











Salaries and Wages -...$ 32,628 

Employee Benefits -.... 2,098 



TOTAL $ 34,726 



$ 34,170 
1,852 

$ 36,022 



$ 53,818 
3,616 

$ 57,434 



$ 58,500 
4,345 

$ 62,845 



$ 58,060 

4,060 

$ 62,120 



$ 59.460 
4,258 

$ 63,718 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing , 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 

Legal Advertising 



..$ 292 

.. 1,219 

.. 1,768 

653 

53 



911 



5 
207 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,108 



$ 350 


$ 190 


$ 200 


1,337 


1,494 


2,000 


1,767 


2,830 


3,000 


164 


520 


520 




50 


50 


123 






900 


1,753 


2,027 


120 








172 


240 



$ 4,761 



$ 7,009 



$ 8,037 



277 
1,350 
2,387 

470 
25 



1,840 



250 



$ 6,599 



277 
1,350 
2,387 

470 
25 



1,840 
250 



$ 6,599 



TRAVEL 

In-State _-_ 

Out-of-state ._ 



$ 9,925 
350 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 10,275 



$ 11,270 
573 

$ 11,843 



$ 16,988 
250 

$ 17,238 



$ 19,320 
560 

$ 19,880 



$ 15,000 
200 

$ 15,200 



S 15,000 
200 

$ 15,200 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 

Special — 
New Addition 



$ 1,772 
375 



$ 3,136 
430 



$ 200 



$ 475 
160 



$ 160 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 2,147 




$ 3,566 


$ 200 


$ 635 


$ 160 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


.... $ 52,256 


$ 52,626 


$ 85.247 


$ 90,962 


$ 84,554 


$ 85,677 



PUBLIC SAFETY AND INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT 

AGENCY— PARDONS, BOARD OF 



Program and Performance 

The Board of Pardons was created at the 1955 Session of the Montana Legislature by an act known as the Pro- 
bation, Parole, and Executive Clemency Act, Montana Codes 94-9821 to 94-9851. 

The program of the Board of Pardons encompasses several interrelated functions. The two most important con- 
tinuing functions are the day to day supervision of probationers and parolees and an increasing duty of the field 
officers and the pre-sentence investigations being done for the district courts. 

The Board of Pardons officers' first work with a convicted felon is usually when he makes a pre-sentence report 
for a district judge prior to sentencing. If the man is sentenced to prison, the Board's Institutional Parole Officer and 
the office staff begin making a file for him a few days after he arrives at the prison. If the sentence is suspended, 
the field officer instructs the man on the rules of probation and gives him reporting forms and instructions. Ordi- 
narily, a man on probation makes a written report once per month and has a personal interview with his officer at 
least once per month or more often as the office may direct. 

After a man has been in prison for one-fourth of this sentence, he is eligible to be paroled. About one month 
before his first parole hearing, the Institutional Parole Officer works up a parole progress report for the use of the 
Board members when they interview the inmate at his parole hearing. Usually at the time an inmate comes to his 
parole hearing, he has presented to the Institutional Parole Officer a parole plan which is included in the progress 
report. 

If the Board approves the plan, a date is set for his parole. Prior to this date, a pre-release parole plan is sent 
to the District Officer to check out and approve or disapprove. These pre-release plans ore checked out by the 
officer as he travels about his district during the course of the month. The District Officer is also obliged to check out 
and approve or disapprove pre-release plans on inmates of other state prisons who are considered residents of 
Montana under the terms of the Interstate Compact. 

In the fiscal year 1959-60, there were on the average of 550 people on probation and parole in the six parole 
districts in Montana. 




LIQUOR CONTROL 



LIQUOR CONTROL 



SUMMARY OF— LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 



1957 Biennitun 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 195849 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions . -.. . 400 


400 


410 


420 


420 


420 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $1 ,5R4,f!89 


$1,584,507 


$1,629,834 


$1,709,206 


$1,705,764 


$1,707,816 







DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $1,125,190 

Operating Expenses 411,206 

Travel 45,193 

Equipment 2,800 



TOTAL 



$1,120,503 

416,430 

45,574 

2,000 



$1,152,265 

423,984 

47,939 

5,646 



$1,218,871 

431,670 

48,175 

10,490 



$1,218,871 

431,670 

48,175 

7,048 



$1,218,871 

431,670 

48,175 

9,100 



..$1,584,389 $1,584,507 $1,629,834 $1,709,206 $1,705,764 $1,707,816 



FINANCING 

Liquor Administrative $1,584,389 

TOTAL FINANCING 



$1,584,507 $1,629,834 



$1,709,206 



$1,705,764 $1,707,816 



$1,584,389 $1,584,507 $1,629,834 $1,709,206 $1,705,764 $1,707,816 



LIQUOR CONTROL 



AGENCY— LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 










Division 

SUMMARY 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 


400 


400 


410 


420 


420 420 









Salaries and Wages $1,062,205 

Employee Benefits 62,985 



TOTAL 



$1,054,979 
65,524 



$1,080,688 
71,577 



$1,122,921 
95,950 



$1,122,921 
95,950 



$1,125,190 $1,120,503 $1,152,265 $1,218,871 $1,218,871 



$1,122,921 
95,950 

$1,218,871 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 3,920 

Supplies 54,283 

Telephone and Telegraph 7,623 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 144,800 

Utilities 16,910 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 137,091 

Federal Licenses 15,217 

Official Bonds 1,030 

Insurance 10,461 

Reserve Insurance 12,000 

Breakage and Shortage 2,710 

Legal Expense .„- 4,521 

State Bank Examiner 640 

TOTAL OPERATING .-. -......$ 411,206 

TRAVEL 



$ 5,053 


$ 5,092 


$ 5,250 


$ 5,250 


$ 5,250 


44,277 


45,818 


45,750 


45,750 


45,750 


7,246 


8,242 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


148,863 


155,614 


165,000 


165,000 


165,000 


18,761 


21,178 


22,500 


22,500 


22,500 


154,010 


151,170 


151,170 


151,170 


151,170 


15,350 


8,360 


8,500 


8,500 


8,500 


1,107 


1,094 


1,100 


1,100 


1,100 


10,821 


9,816 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


3,452 


9,316 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


2,630 


2,999 


3,000 


3,000 


3,000 


4,200 


4,175 


4,200 


4,200 


4,200 


660 


1,110 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 



$ 416,430 $ 423,984 $ 431,670 $ 431,670 $ 431,670 



In-State 


$ 42,934 


$ 


43,571 
2,003 


$ 


44,874 
3,065 


$ 


45,000 
3,175 


$ 


45,000 
3,175 


$ 


45,000 


Out-of-Stcrte 


2,259 


3,175 








TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 45,193 


$ 


45,574 


$ 


47,939 


$ 


48,175 


$ 


48,175 


$ 


48,175 








EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 








$ 


2,676 
2,970 


$ 


1,900 
6,090 

2,500 


$ 


1,200 
5,848 


$ 


1,200 


Replacement 

Motor Vehicles — 

Replacement 




5,900 
2,000 








TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


$ 2,800 


$ 


2,000 


$ 


5,646 


$ 


10,490 


$ 


7,048 


$ 


9,100 



TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -.$1,584,389 $1,584,507 $1,629,834 $1,709,206 $1,705,764 $1,707,816 



LIQUOR CONTROL 



AGENCY— LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 



Program and Performance 



The Montana Liquor Control Board was established by the State Liquor Control Act of Montana (Title 4, Chap- 
ters 1 and 2, RCM, 1947, as amended and supplemented), and is charged with the administration of said Act and, 
as well, with the administration of the Montana Beer Act (Title 4, Chapter 3, RCM, 1947, as amended and supple- 
mented) and the Montana Retail Liquor License Act (Title 4, Chapter 4, RCM, 1947, as amended and supplemented). 

The Acts above mentioned vest in the Montana Liquor Control Board the entire control of the importation, 
manufacture, sale, and distribution of liquor and beer within the State of Montana. All Liquor sold within the State 
of Montana is first imported by the Montana Liquor Control Board and thereafter distributed through a system of 150 
state liquor stores for which provision is made in the State Liquor Control Act of Montana. Liquor may be purchased 
from the state liquor stores for purposes of resale by persons, firms and corporations licensed by the Board under 
the provisions of the Retail Liquor License Act. Beer containing not more than 4% of alcohol by weight is manu- 
factured within the State of Montana by domestic brewers licensed by the Board. The distribution of beer at whole- 
sale and at retail may be carried on by beer wholesalers and retailers licensed by the Board under the provisions 
of the Montana Beer Act. The liquor and beer traffic within the State of Montana is subject to the supervision of the 
Montana Liquor Control Board which is vested with powers to suspend or revoke the licenses of offenders. 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
GROSS PROHTS 

For the Years ended June 30, 1958-1959-1960 



MONTANA LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 1957-1958 

Liquor Sales less Tax $14,046,887.75 

Cost of Liquor Sold 10,307,385.50 

Gross Profits — Liquor Soles $ 3,739,502.25 

Sales — Permits 36,958.50 

Discounts Earned 11,288.59 

Other Income _ 3 1 ,697.74 

GROSS PROFIT $ 3,819,447.08 

LIQUOR LICENSE DEPARTMENT 

Liquor Licenses Issues $ 537,450.00 

BEER DEPARTMENT 

Beer Licenses Issued $ 421,565.00 

Beer Tax Collected _ 405,608.03 

Total Receipts $ 827,173.03 

TOTAL GROSS PROFITS AND RECEIPTS $ 5,184,070.11 



1958-1959 

$16,282,896.76 
11,963,697.05 

$ 4,319,199.71 
36,808.00 
12,793.55 
34,253.44 

$ 4,403,054.70 



$ 530,000.00 



$ 423,400.00 
434,458.93 

$ 857,858.93 



$ 5,790,913.63 



$16,084,471.71 
11,776,092.80 

$ 4,308,378.91 
38,059.50 
11,777.83 
33,398.97 

$ 4,391,615.21 



$ 527,100.00 



$ 430,810.00 
602,079.41 

$ 1,032,889.41 



$ 5,951,604.62 



Operating Expenses shown separately. 



UQUOR CONTROL 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD 
COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET 

As oi June 30, 1958-1959-1960 

ASSETS 1958 1959 1960 

Cash — State Treasurer $ 350,425.23 $ 417,722.00 $ 347,482.07 

Petty Ckish Funds - - 4,475.00 4,500.00 4,875.00 



$ 354,900.23 $ 422,222.00 $ 352,357.07 
Inventory — Merchandise: 

Stores $1,756,607.97 $1,941,587.02 $1,880,014.24 

Warehouse 1,497,263.74 1,695,379.20 1,717,418.61 



$3,253,871.71 $3,636,966.22 $3,597,432.85 
Fixed: 

Building _,,.„. $ 112,352.94 $ 107,285,93 $ 102,218.92 

Machinery and Appliances 8,615.86 6,456.86 8,121.06 

Furniture and Fixtures 39,807.95 29,347.57 35,214.95 



$ 160,776.75 $ 143,090.36 $ 145,554.93 
Pr©TDCilQ ExT5©ns©s* 

Federal Licenses $ 15,350.00 $ 8,355.00 $ 8,409.00 

General Supplies 15,608.74 13,624.26 12,501.79 

Sundry Office Supplies 2,248.72 2,246.78 2,324.45 

Warehouse Supplies 860.23 1,089.08 1,244.72 

Postage 422.28 363.12 257.47 

Official Bonds 1,594.11 819.27 4,232.17 

Insurance „ 8,631.33 26,927.48 18,025.21 

Due from Vendors — Suspense 35.32 168.10 

Due from DisUllers 3,162.77 5,559.89 4,678.71 

Railway Claims 2,231.37 2,243.00 2,231.91 

Railway Dining Car Account 500.88 227.53 

Fire and Robbery Claim 146.09 

Accounts Receivable 114,486.77 74,640.75 66,469.35 



TOTAL ASSETS $3,934,681.21 $4,338,147.21 $4,216,261.35 



LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable J........ $ 126.21 $333,085.60 $ 196,438.28 

Due Vendors — Over and Short Account 8.35 

Beer — Liquor License Clearing Account 9,321.75 6,050.33 2,820.02 

Reserve Fund — Insurance .- _ -_ 21,684.97 25,000.00 25,000.00 

OPERATING RESERVE 

Reinvested Profits $4,665,690.57 $3,903,453.70 $3,974,575.58 

Current Year Profit 2,237,857.71 2,820,549.23 2,767,427.47 



$6,934,681.21 $7,088,147.21 $6,966,261.35 

Less Distribution to State Treasurer 3,000,000.00 2,750,000.00 2,750,000.00 



TOTAL LIABILITIES AND OPERATING RESERVE $3,934,681.21 $4,338,147.21 $4,216,261.35 




RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 



RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

SUMMARY OF— PUBUC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



17 



17 



16 



21 



20 



20 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration ___ $ 69,400 

Social Security Division 26,860 



TOTAL $ 96,260 



$ 67,968 
27,065 

$ 95,033 



$ 80,869 
25,567 

$106,436 



$ 99,110 
29,635 

$128,745 



$ 90,453 
25,100 

$115,553 



$ 89,938 
25,598 

$115,536 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 70,256 

Operating Expenses 15,847 

Travel _ 7,399 

Equipment 2,758 



TOTAL - $ 96,260 



$ 69,331 


$ 77,330 


$ 86,741 


$ 87,706 


$ 89,669 


18,574 


19,823 


22,304 


18,747 


18,717 


6,465 


7,946 


8,400 


5,800 


5,850 


663 


1,337 


11,300 


3,300 


1,300 



$ 95,033 



$106,436 



$128,745 



$115,553 



$115,536 



FINANCING 

PERS Administration Fund $ 69,400 

Social Security Admin -— 26,860 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 96,260 



$ 67,968 
27,065 

$ 95,033 



$ 80,869 
25,567 

$106,436 



$ 99,110 
29,635 

$128,745 



$ 90,453 
25,100 

$115,553 



$ 89,938 
25,598 

$115,536 



Public Employees Retirement System Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 201,380.17 

Income 5,254,540.39 

Disbursements 5,241,033.89 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 214,886.67 

Income ---- 5,452,361.72 

Disbursements 5,444,956.63 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 222,291.76 

Income ._. 6,089,690.69 

Disbursements - 5,499,028.80 

Correction of Income In — 32,787.16 

Correction of Income Out 10,500,00 

Investments - 332,000.00 

Redemptions 11,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 514,240.81 



Social Security Division Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 „. $ 126,425.26 

Income 3,198,262.46 

Disbursements 3,070,142.91 



Balance June 30, 1958 -.. $ 254,544.81 

Income _-. 3,531,625.43 

Disbursements 3,484,232.34 



Balance June 30, 1959 -..^- $ 301,937.90 

Income 4,509,532.37 

Disbursements -- 4,487,638.30 

Correction of Income Out 32,787.16 



Balance June 30, 1960 - $ 291,044.81 



328 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

AGENCY— PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 

Board Members) 17 17 16 21 

Salaries and Wages .- .$66,298 $65,361 $72,697 $81,270 

Employee Benefits 3,958 3,970 4,633 5,471 

TOTAL ...$70,256 $69,331 $77,330 $86,741 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,423 $ 2,090 $ 2,053 $ 2,500 

Supplies 1,993 3,022 1,957 3,050 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,272 1,250 1,237 1,275 

Printing 2,124 1,518 2,953 2,900 

Association Dues 90 70 100 90 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 1,113 1,052 1,169 1,432 

Special Items 

Court and Legal Expense ._... 5,799 6,250 8,103 8,250 

Miscellaneous 1,440 1,655 1,192 1,500 

Insurance and Bonds 210 777 502 707 

Medical Investigations 383 890 557 600 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 15,847 $ 18,574 $ 19,823 $ 22,304 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 6,273 $ 4,970 $ 5,545 $ 6,350 

Out-of-state 1,126 1,495 2,401 2,050 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 7,399 $ 6,465 $ 7,946 $ 8,400 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 1,168 $ 663 $ 839 $ 500 

Replacement 1,590 498 10,800 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT _■■._■■ ..■■$ 2,758 $ 663 $ 1,337 $11,300 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 96,260 $ 95,033 $106,436 $128,745 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



20 



$ 82,220 
5,486 

$ 87,706 



$ 18,747 



20 



$ 83,900 
5,769 

$ 89,669 



$ 2,277 

1,835 

1,285 

2,191 

90 


$ 2,277 

1,850 

1,300 

2,191 

90 


1,442 


1,452 


8,250 


8,250 


777 

600 


707 
600 



$ 18,717 



5,400 
400 



$ 5,800 



5,450 
400 



$ 5,850 



$ 3,000 $ 1,000 
300 300 



$ 3,300 



$ 1,300 



$115,553 



$115,536 



RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

AGENCY— PUBUC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Division 1957 Biennium 1959 Bieiuiium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

PERS ADMINISTRATION 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Incluciing Full-Time 

Board Members) 13 13 11 16 

Salaries and Wages _._...$ 46,562 $44,693 $53,858 $60,210 

Employee Benefits --- 2,903 2,687 3,317 4,095 

TOTAL $49,465 $47,380 $57,175 $64,305 

OPERATING 

Postage -$ 1,275 $ 1,685 $ 1,171 $ 1,600 

Supplies 1,013 1,384 1,427 2,500 

Telephone and Telegraph 722 880 895 900 

Printing _____ 1,671 1,205 2,567 2,300 

Association Dues 80 70 80 80 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 1,004 777 1,031 1,100 

Special Items 

Court and Legal Expense ...... 5,799 6,250 8,103 8,000 

Miscellaneous 904 1,100 773 1,000 

Insurance and Bonds 26 500 295 500 

Medical Investigation 383 890 557 600 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 12,877 $ 14,741 $ 16,899 $ 18,580 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 4,683 $ 4,283 $ 3,976 $ 4,500 

Out-of-state 823 991 1,848 1,000 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 5,506 $ 5,274 $ 5,824 $ 5,500 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition ..... $ 417 $ 573 $ 839 

Replacement 1,135 132 $ 10,725 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



16 



16 



$ 63,940 
4,251 

$ 68,191 



$ 65,200 
4,476 

$ 69,676 



$ 1,377 

1,275 

900 

1,730 

80 


$ 1,377 

1,275 

900 

1,730 

80 


1,100 


1,100 


8,000 


8,000 


500 
600 


500 
600 



$ 15,562 



$ 15,562 



3,500 
200 



$ 3,700 



3,500 
200 



$ 3,700 



$ 3,000 $ 1,000 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


....$ 1,552 


$ 573 


$ 971 


$ 10,725 


$ 3,000 


$ 1,000 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .__ 


.___ $ 69,400 


$ 67,968 


$ 80,869 


$ 99,110 


$ 90,453 


$ 89,938 



330 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

AGENCY— PUBLIC EMPLOYEES REimEMENT SYSTEM 

Division 1957 Biennium 19S9 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

SOCIAL SECUHITY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1980-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 4 5 5 

Salaries and Wages $19,736 $20,668 $18,839 $21,060 

Employee Benefits -.- -- - 1,055 1,283 1,316 1,376 

TOTAL $ 20,791 $ 21,951 $ 20.155 $ 22.436 

OPERATING 

Postage _ .....$ 148 $ 405 $ 882 $ 900 

Supplies 980 1.638 530 550 

Telephone and Telegraph ..— 550 370 342 375 

Printing 453 313 386 600 

Association Dues 10 20 10 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 109 275 138 332 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous ___ 536 555 419 500 

Insurance and Bonds 184 277 207 207 

Court and Legal Expense 250 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,970 $ 3,833 $ 2,924 $ 3.724 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,590 $ 687 $ 1,569 $ 1,850 

Out-of-State 303 504 553 1,050 

TOTAL TRAVEL ...-.$ 1,893 $ 1,191 $ 2,122 $ 2,900 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 751 $ 90 $ 500 

Replacement 455 $ 366 75 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,206 $ 90 $ 366 $ 575 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ....... $ 26,860 $ 27.065 $ 25,567 $ 29,635 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 18,280 
1,235 

$ 19,515 



342 



277 
250 



$ 3,185 



1,900 
200 



$ 2,100 



$ 18,700 
1,293 

$ 19,993 



900 


$ 900 


560 


575 


385 


400 


461 


461 


10 


10 



352 



207 
250 



$ 3,155 



1,950 
200 



$ 2,150 



$ 300 
$ 300 



$ 300 
$ 300 



$ 25,100 



$ 25,598 



RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

AGENCY— PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETffiEMENT SYSTEM 



Program and Performance 

Retirement Division: Title 68, Public Employees Retirement Act; Title 59, Chapter 11, Social Security, Revised 
Codes of Montana 1947. 

Purpose of Retirement Act: 

"The purpose of this act is to effect economy and efficiency in the public service by providing a means where- 
by employees who become superannuated or otherwise incapacitated may, without hardship or prejudice, be re- 
placed by more capable employees, and to that end providing a retirement system consisting of retirement 
compensation and death benefits." 

Policy of Social Security Act: 

"In order to extend to employees of the state and its political subdivisions, including employees of the state and 
its political subdivisions who are members of the Piiblic Employees Retirement System of the State of Montana, and 
to the dependents and survivors of such employees, the basic protection accorded to others by old age and survivors 
insurance system embodied in the Social Security, it is hereby declared to be the policy of the legislature, subject 
to the limitations of this act, that such steps be taken as to provide such protection to employees of the state and 
its political subdivisions on as broad a basis as is permitted under the Social Security Act. It is also the policy of the 
legislature that the protection afforded employees in positions covered by the Public Employees Retirement System 
of the State of Montana on the date an agreement under this act is made applicable to service performed in such 
positions, or receiving periodic benefits under such retirement system at such time, will not be impaired as a result 
of making the agreement so applicable or as a result of legislative enactment in anticipation thereof." 

The Retirement Division will continue to provide benefits under the provisions of the Public Employees Retire- 
ment Act to those members qualifying under it for service retirement, compulsory service retirement, ordinary dis- 
ability retirement, industrial disability retirement, and death benefits and to the beneficiaries of members who die 
before retirement. 

The Social Security Division will continue to function as the state agency which will qualify additional political 
subdivisions of the State of Montana for coverage and benefits, under proper agreements with the State of Montana, 
and to collect, audit and report Social Security contributions on the employees of the State of Montana and the 
political subdivisions which are members under agreement for Social Security coverage. 



332 RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 

SUMMARY OF— TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Raeommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 5 7 7 7 7 7 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

TOTAL $41,157 $41,237 $43,044 $43,301 $42,074 $42,495 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages , $31,573 $32,889 $32,933 $32,975 

Operating Expenses -- 8,419 7,282 8,668 7,676 

Travel 1,165 1,066 1,443 1,600 

Equipment 1 .050 

TOTAL -.....$ 41,157 $41,237 $43,044 $43,301 $42,074 $42,495 

FINANCING 

Teachers' Retirement 

Administrative Fund $ 41,157 $ 41,237 $ 43,044 $ 43,301 $ 42,074 $ 42,495 



$ 33,277 


$ 33,598 


6,397 


6,397 


1,600 


1,600 


800 


900 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 41,157 $ 41,237 $ 43,044 $ 43,301 $ 42,074 $ 42,495 



TEACHERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM 

Administration Fund Retirement Funds 

Balance July 1, 1957 ..$ 12,692.77 Balance July 1, 1957 $13,464,621.69 

Income _ _ _ 96,150.99 Income _ 3,305,403.22 

Expenditures 41,156.08 Disbursements 1,563,153.38 

Transfer to Pension Accumulation and 

Pension Reserve Funds 55,000.00 Balance June 30, 1958 ..$15,206,871.53 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 12,687.68 Income 3,527,892.84 

Disbursements _- . 1 ,579,367.65 

Income . 99,471.41 



Expenditures 41,236.76 Balance June 30, 1959 $17,155,396.72 

Income 4,074,3 1 2.68 

Disbursements 1 ,830,288.47 



Transfer to Pension Accumulation and „ m,f oio co 

Pension Reserve Funds .._ 60,000.00 Income 4,074,312.68 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 10,922.33 

Income 1 17,485.00 

Expenditures - 43,044.00 

Transfer to Pension Accumulation and 

Pension Reserve Funds -. . 70,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $19,399,420.93 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 15,363.33 



RETIREMENT SYSTEMS 



AGENCY— TEACHERS' REimEMENT SYSTEM 



Summary 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including FuU-Time 
Board Members) .. 



Salaries and Wages - _ $ 30,167 

Employee Benefits — - 1,406 



TOTAL -. $ 31,573 



$ 31,398 
1,491 

$ 32,889 



$ 31,310 
1,623 

$ 32,933 



$ 31,270 
1,705 

$ 32,975 



$ 31,210 
2,067 

$ 33,277 



$ 31,450 
2,148 

$ 33,598 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,045 

Supplies 2,061 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance -— 2,404 

Special Items 

Refunds and Depreciation 1,392 

Special Investigation 917 

Board Meetings 600 

Actuary Investment 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 8,419 



$ 1,524 
1,180 


$ 


1,153 
2,397 


$ 


1,150 
1,500 


$ 


1,241 
1,879 


$ 1,241 
1,879 


2,443 




2,735 




2,626 




2,527 


2,527 


1,381 
754 




733 

1,650 




750 
1,650 




750 


750 



$ 7,^82 



$ 8,668 



$ 7,675 



$ 6,397 



$ 6,397 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



..$ 1,005 


$ 


761 
305 


$ 


1,273 
170 


$ 1,300 
300 


$ 


1,300 
300 


$ 1,300 


160 


300 







TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,165 



$ 1,066 



$ 1,443 



$ 1,600 



$ 1,600 



$ 1,600 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 
Replacement 



50 
1,000 



$ 900 



TOTAL EQUIPMENT 








$ 1,050 


$ 800 


$ 900 








TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES ... 


....$ 41,157 


$ 41,237 


$ 43,044 


$ 43,301 


$ 42,074 


$ 42,495 



AGENCY— TEACHERS' REimEMENT SYSTEM 



Program and Performance 

Title 75, Chapter 27, Revised Codes of Montana 1947 establishes the Teachers' Retirement System. 

The Retirement Board will continue to improve and strengthen the System for the benefit of Montana school 
children and teachers. We shall endeavor to make sure our System is as financially sound as it should be. 

Our System has 10,500 members, both active and retired. We operate with 7 employees, 2 of which are on a 
part-time basis. The cost of operation is 1.05% of income, or $4.08 per member. We have operated with the same 
number of employees for the past 10 years, in which time the membership has increased 28%. This has been done 
by improved procedures and office equipment. We should be able to handle an additional 500-600 teachers with- 
out additional help. 

Each year we will continue to transfer our excess in the expense fund to the pension fund. On June 30, 1960, 
we transferred $70,000 out of the expense fund. 




EDUCATION 



EDUCATION 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $183,746^ 

Expenditures 1 70,208 * 



Balance -. $ 1 3,538 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 



$178,196 

188,899* 

289 



Reversion $ 2,546 

' Includes Vocational Educational aid to schools. 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



$ 289 

$291,640 

221,977 

27 



. $ 69,925 

. $297,440 
.. 248,715 

.$118,650 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 —. 
Expenditures 



Equalization Fund 



Balance $ 27,714 

Appropriation 1958-59 $171,899 

Expenditures 177,152 

Carry-over 3, 1 83 



Reversion 



$ 19,278 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



..$ 3,183 

$190,594 

.. 161.347 

91 



Balance $ 32,339 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



. $172,594 
.. 135,320 

$ 69,613 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 

Reversion 



Millage Fund 



$10,839 
. 10,823 

..$ 16 

..$10,839 
.. 10,744 

$ 111 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



$ 10,839 
... 10,678 



Balance $ 161 

Appropriation 1960-61 _ $10,839 

Estimated Expenditures _ $10,839 



Estimated Reversion 



$ 161 



Conservation and Education Fund 

Income $9,000.00 

Expenditures 8,667.14 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 332.86 

Income 9,000.00 

Expenditures 7,902.49 



Balance June 30, 1959 $1,430.37 

Expenditures 243.72 

Transfer Out _____ 1,186.65 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Film Library Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,338.40 

Income 1 6,284.88 

Expenditures 12,868.39 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,754.89 

Income 17,81 1.44 

Expenditures 1 9,442.7 1 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 4,123.62 

Income 1 9,452.82 

Expenditures 16,420.66 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 7,155.78 

George Barden 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,242.19 

Income 178!375.44 

Expenditures 1 67,672.30 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 14,945.33 

Income _____ 186,961.1 1 

Expenditures . 1 77,837.62 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 24,068.82 

Income 1 68,858.23 

Expenditures 161,176.48 

Transfer Out 31,750.57 



Balance June 30, 1960. 



Indian Education 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 924.45 

Income 1 6,000.00 

Expenditures 1 4,423.23 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,501.22 

Income 18,500.00 

Expenditiires 18,448.37 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 2,552.85 

Income 18,000.00 

Expenditures 19,478.96 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,073.89 

Siuplus Donable Property Program Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 49,463.44 

Income 125,948.95 

Expenditures 90,623.40 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 84,788.99 

Income 1 30, 1 4 1 .23 

Expenditures 144,023.58 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 70,906.64 

Income 1 24,456.5 1 

Expenditures - 91,619.05 



Balance June 30, 1960 $103,744.10 

Teachers Certification Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 9,717.96 

Income 12,915.60 

Expenditures ..__ 14,379.82 



Balance June 30, 1958 __ _ $ 8,253.74 

Income 1 1,658.60 

Expenditures 12,277.98 



Balance June 30, 1959 ,_. $ 7,634.36 

Income 15,463.70 

Expenditures 1 8,302.32 



Balance June 30, 1960 ___ $ 4,795.74 

Text Book License Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 311.95 

Income 1 49.00 

Expenditures 297.96 



Balance June 30, 1958 - $ 162.99 

Income ._„ 426.00 

Expenditures 345.90 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 243.09 

Income _... 814.00 

Expenditures 36.05 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,021.04 



339 



Vcxrational Education 
U.S. Aid 

Income $38,42 1.10 

Expenditures 38,42 1 . 1 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income $38,421.10 

Expenditures 38,421.10 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $38,389.00 

Expenditures 38,389.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



School Lunch and Milk 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 ___. $ 7,637.78 

Income 398,591.00 

Expenditures 398,474.21 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 7,754.57 

Income 452, 186.00 

Expenditures 449,820.02 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 10,120.55 

Income 466, 198.00 

Expenditures 474,328.79 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,989.76 



Indian Edtication Tuition Reimb. 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,259.06 

Income 621 ,062.00 

Expenditures 594,504.52 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 30,816.54 

Income 247,760.00 

Expenditures 218,635.58 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 59,940.96 

Income 1 09,000.00 

Expenditures 110,519.14 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 58,421.82 



EDUCATION 



Guidance and Counseling Fund 



Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$19,337.00 
14,780.37 



5 4,556.63 
58,971.63 
63,487.25 



$ 41.01 



Math, Science, Language Fund 

Income $240,867.00 

Expenditures 24,058.97 



Balance June 30, 1959 $216,808.03 

Income 248,805.22 

Expenditures 114,306.43 



Balance June 30, 1960 $351,306.82 



Statistical Services Fund 

Income $ 3,000.00 

Expenditures 2,997.91 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 2.09 

Income 20,647.9 1 

Expenditures 17,434.85 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,215.15 



Area Vocational Program 
U. S. Aid 

Income $37,47 1 .00 

Expenditures 13,978.64 



Balance June 30, 1960 ...„ $23,492.36 



Practical Nursing Fund 
U. S. Aid 

Income $20,178.56 

Expenditures 9,278.68 



Balance ]\me 30, 1960 $10,899.88 



Aviation Education Fund 

Income $36,500.00 

Expenditures 18,351.57 

Transfer Out 16,500.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,648.43 



EDUCATION 

AGENCY— SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



SUMMARY 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 64 

Salaries and Wages _...„$287,378 

Employee Benefits — . 17,063 

TOTAL -■ $304,44 1 

OPERATING 

Postage 

Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Printing 

Association Dues 

Subscriptions __ 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 

Utilities 

Special Items 

Publications 

Training and Tuition 

Freight and Express 

Film cmd Textbooks 

Official Bonds 

Miscellaneous 

Auto Expense 

Other Insurance 

Handling Surplus 

Commodities 

Examiners Fees 

Consultant Fees 

Revolving Fund 

Reimbursements 

Refunds 

TOTAL OPERATING $150.463 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL ......■$ 45,715 

BUILDINGS 



77 



81 



72 



74 + 9PT 74 + 9PT 



$322,382 
19,165 

$341,547 



$383,072 
24,383 

$407,455 



$396,920 
25,479 

$422,399 



$368,200 
25,273 

$393,473 



$373,420 
26,405 

$399,825 



._$ 7,206 


$ 11,363 
26,727 
7,804 
6,486 
7,985 
1,998 

4,489 
910 

27,200 

50,745 

28,131 

121 

4,989 

905 

212 

9,588 


$ 3,508 
19,263 
9,467 
16,638 
10,934 
891 

5,996 
954 

58 

33,400 

45,127 

25,160 

265 

4,474 

1,535 

106 

(5,869) 

2,100 
1,626 


$ 9,275 
14,840 
9,885 
9,380 
10,563 
2,355 

9,670 

43,600 

55,930 

25,900 

240 

1,175 

1,700 

500 

33,446 

200 

1,500 


$ 7,782 

17,033 

9,877 

8,607 

740 

816 

4,015 
1,200 

100 
30,000 
49,635 
22,685 

290 

1,100 
250 

29,850 
200 

18,000 


$ 7,782 


.. 17,332 
6,432 


17,033 
9,877 


.. 6,295 
.. 7,096 


8,757 
740 


1,673 


816 


8,103 


4,015 


826 


1,300 




100 


26,600 


30,000 


47,625 


54,513 


15,691 


22,685 


296 
.. 3,317 


275 


750 


1,100 


82 


250 


.. 1,139 


29,500 




200 























$189,653 



$175,633 



$230,159 



$202,180 



$188,943 



_$ 40,318 
.. 5,397 


$ 47,181 
4,509 


$ 50,918 
11,771 


$ 38,949 
14,325 


$ 37,464 
4,147 


$ 37,514 
4,147 



$ 51,690 



$ 62,689 



$ 53,274 



$ 41,611 



$ 45,272 



$ 45,000 



$ 41,661 



EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 12,595 4,933 

Replacement 55 679 

Special — 

New Addition 985 7,756 

Replacement 523 1,686 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT & BLDG $ 14,158 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $514,777 $643,216 



$ 60,326 



$ 12,863 

1,839 

$ 14,702 



6,815 
360 

1,190 
35 



$ 53,400 



$660,479 



$759,232 



$637,264 



$630,429 



3-1? EDUCATION 

AGENCY— SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 



Program and Performance 

The position of Superintendent of Public Instruction was created by the Constitution (see Article VII, Section 1 
and 2). 

The general duties of the Superintendent of Public Instruction as a member of the State Board of Land Commis- 
sioners and of the State Board of Education are stated in the Constitution (see Article XI, Section 4 and 11). 

The Dep-r'- ■ ' ' Public Instruction was created "under the office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction" 
by Section 7'i , ;d Codes of Montana, 1947. The Superintendent's authority to employ staff as needed to 

carry out the u-si •unbiuilities of the office is inherent in the duties assigned and is further supplied in certain specific 
statutes and in the general provisions of Section 75-1303, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, which states, ". . . and 
such otlier assistants as may be required to aid in carrying out the duties of his office." 



EDUCATION 

SUMMARY OF— DISTRIBUTION TO LOCAL SCHOOLS 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Common School! & I ,__ $3,736,329 $3,506,730 $3,839,334 $4,100,000 $4,100,000 $4,100,000 

Public School Equalization 3,365,103 3,625,311 4,105,073 5,000,000 5,231,250 5,262,500 
General Fund Appropricrtion 

to Equalization Fund ___.,, 6,399,999 7,100,000 8,094,469 8,955,554 9,897,350 10,574,852 



TOTAL $13,501,431 $14,232,041 $16,038,876 $18,055,554 $19,228,600 $19,937,352 

FINANCING 

General Fund $6,399,999 $7,100,000 $8,094,469 $8,955,554 $9,897,350 $10,574,852 

Equalization Fund 3,365,103 3,625,311 4,105,073 5,000,000 5,231,250 5,262,500 

Other 

Common Schooll & I .... 3,736,329 3,506,730 3,839,334 4,100,000 4,100,000 4,100,000 



TOTAL FINANCING $13,501,431 $14,232,041 $16,038,876 $18,055,554 $19,228,600 $19,937,352 



344 EDUCATION 

SUMMARY OF— EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA 





1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


3 


3 


3-5 


4-5 


5 


5 






DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
TOTAL 


.$ 16,279 


$ 18,051 


$ 21,426 


$ 49,134 


$ 41,007 


$ 41,454 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $12,635 $14,666 $17,272 $32,749 $36,838 $37,275 

Operating Expenses 2,069 2,468 2,822 11,380 3,699 3,699 

Travel ..._ 511 103 367 610 470 480 

Equipment .-..__ 1,064 814 965 4,395 



Appropriation 1 957-58 $ 1 7,357 

Expenditures 1 6,279 



Balance $ 1,078 

Appropriation 1958-59 $17,145 

Expenditures 18,051 

Other Deductions -- 19 

Carry-over Paid in 1959-60 95 



Reversion _,.$ 58 

General Fund 

Appropriation 1959-60 $25,000 

Expenditures 2 1 ,426 



Balance $ 3,574 

Appropriation 1960-61 $70,000 

Estimated Expenditures - 49,134 



TOTAL $16,279 $18,051 $21,426 $49,134 $41,007 $41,454 

FINANCING 

General Fund $21,426 $49,134 $41,007 $41,454 

Millage Fund - $ 16,279 $ 18,051 



TOTAL FINANCING ..$ 16,279 $ 18,051 $ 21,426 $ 49,134 $ 41,007 $ 41,454 



STATE APPROPRIATION 
Millage Fund 



Estimated Reversion $24,440 



EDUCATION 

AGENCY— EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA 

DiTision 1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 
SUMMARY 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 3 3 3-5 4-5 

Salaries and Wages $12,050 $14,036 $16,400 $31,145 

Employee Benefits 585 630 872 1,604 

TOTAL $12,635 $14,666 $17,272 $32,749 

OPERATING 

Postage _ _ $ 410 $ 513 $ 778 $ 800 

Supplies 1,188 1,280 750 1,200 

Telephone and Telegraph 431 457 414 780 

Printing 69 415 850 

Association Dues 1 1 30 

Subscriptions 25 98 92 200 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 269 370 

Special Items 

Freight and Express 15 40 26 50 

Books 78 100 

Motor Vehicle Expense 500 

Consultants 5,000 

Room Alterations 1.500 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,069 $ 2,468 $ 2,822 $ 11,380 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 92 $ 270 

Out-of-state 275 340 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 511 $ 103 $ 367 $ 610 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition $ 140 $ 376 $ 604 $ 2,455 

Replacement 576 352 333 240 

Motor Vehicles — 

New Addition 1.700 

Special — 

New Addition 46 44 

Replacement 302 42 28 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 1,064 $ 814 $ 965 $ 4,395 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES $ 16,279 $ 18,051 $ 21,426 $ 49,134 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 34,500 
2,338 

$ 36,838 



100 



720 



50 
100 



$ 3,699 



240 
230 



$ 470 



$ 34,860 
2,415 

$ 37,275 



567 


$ 567 


,073 


1,073 


489 


489 


600 


600 



100 



720 



50 
100 



$ 3,699 



250 
230 



$ 480 



$ 41,007 



$ 41,454 



346 EDUCATION 

AGENCY— EXECUTIVE SECRETARY. UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA 



Program and Performance 

Under Section 75-107(12) R.C.M. 1947 and Session Laws of 1959, the State Board of Education, Ex-officio Regents 
of the University of Montana, must appoint an Executive Secretary and prescribe generally his duties. 

Careful and thoughtful studies, including the Durham report of 1958 on "The Administration of Higher Educa- 
tion in Montana" and the report of the Governor's Committee on Education Beyond the High School of December 1, 
1958, emphasized the necessity for improved co-ordination of the administration of the Montana University System 
in view of mounting costs of higher education, increasing numbers of students, and the need for advance planning. 
These studies, together with the General Report of the Montana Legislative Council of December, 1958, were in gen- 
eral agreement that in addition to secretarial staff the Office of the Executive Secretary should be strengthened by 
the expansion of this office to include a professional staff to assist the Board in the co-ordination of the University 
System. The 1959 Legislature provided an appropricrtion of $70,000 for the 1960-61 year for this purpose. Only re- 
cently has the Board been able to employ a co-ordinating officer and much remains to be done to organize and es- 
tablish a professional staff to provide the Board with adequate and objective information, studies and advice in 
consultation with the Council of Presidents and other University bodies. 



SUMMARY OF— MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 395,254 

Education 2,433,267 

Physical Plant 369,872 

Suh Total 3,198,393 

Equipment 291,219 

Land and Buildings 

Capital _______ 287,945 

Repairs 90,722 

Debt Service 275,710 

Sub Total 4,143,989 

Residence Halls 1,030,612 

Adjustments and Transfers (928) 



TOTAL $5,173,673 



$ 409,936 


$ 381,081 


$ 446,060 


$ 387,511 


$ 402,463 


2,609,383 


2,715,111 


2,941,976 


2,907,598 


3,019,793 


407,012 


463,540 


472,035 


455,895 


473,487 


3,426,331 


3,559,732 


3,860,071 


3,751,004 


3,895,743 


175,549 


155,161 


311,614 


62,812 


65,236 


174,123 


391,261 


1,831,927 


347,414 




99,960 


101,397 


163,685 


62,812 


65,235 


307,657 


313,405 


477,352 


481,453 


493,375 


4,183,620 


4,520,956 


6,644,649 


4,705,495 


4,519,589 


726,835 


819,310 


898,699 


846,025 


862,125 


11,285 


(16,995) 









$4,921,740 $5,323,271 



$7,543,348 $5,551,520 $5,381,714 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries - .-... $2,827,41 1 

Operating 323,257 

Travel 47,725 

Equipment 29 1 ,2 1 9 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 287,945 

Repairs 90,722 

Debt Service 275,7 1 

Residence Halls 1,030,612 

Adjustments and Transfers (928) 



TOTAL $5,173,673 



$3,024,218 


$3,127,568 


$3,404,580 


Not Segregated 


344,403 


382,274 


407,146 






57,710 


49,890 


48,345 






175,549 


155,161 


311,614 






174,123 


391,261 


1,831,927 






99,960 


101,397 


163,685 






307,657 


313,405 


477,352 


$ 481,453 


$ 493,375 


726,835 


819,310 


898,699 


846,025 


862,125 


11,285 


(16,995) 








$4,921,740 


$5,323,271 


$7,543,348 


$5,551,520 


$5,381,714 


$2,535,027 


$2,591,437 


$2,973,463 


$2,278,835 


$2,402,176 


1,202,656 


1,190,950 


1,228,404 


1,504,186 


1,525,438 


722,303 


819,310 


898,699 


846,025 


862,125 


5,850 










375 


1,040 


250 


250 


250 


4,200 


4,240 


4,350 


4,350 


4,350 


1,802 


17,947 


1,500 






56,164 


44,715 


50,730 


52,000 


52,000 


2,596 


2,009 


1,813 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 










18,637 


25,897 


29,820 


34,820 


39,820 


270 


150 


180 


180 


180 


13,990 


37,686 


2,000 


2,007 


2,500 


880 


880 


880 


11,880 


11,440 


11,250 


11,250 


34,250 


18,387 


18,087 


52,241 


54,158 


55,799 


54,994 


58,164 


19,059 


18,991 


18,770 


23,600 


23,260 


12,210 


11,870 


11,530 


6,190 


6,020 


168,312 


171,869 


169,600 


168,087 


171,437 


62,541 


173 








29,377 


26,435 


38,283 


35,225 


34,587 




16,465 


17,290 


19,640 


19,430 




275,799 


1,876,787 


347,414 








128,950 


141,450 


148,450 


$4,921,740 


$5,323,271 


$7,543,348 


$5,551,520 


$5,381,714 



FINANCING 

General Fund $2, 

Millage Fund 1, 

Local Funds 1, 

Food Extension Fund 

Housing Extension Fund 

Ryman Library Int. and Inc. ____ 

Dixon Endownment 

Vets. Education U. S. 

Forest Exp. Station 

C.P.A. Fund 

Student Reserve 

Scholarship Fund 

Silas Thompson Scholarship .. 

U. Student Bldg. Fee 

U. Student Union 

U. Student Facilities I. & S. ______ 

Field House Int. & Sinking 

Health Center Int. & Sinking ____ 

Library Int. & Sinking _____ 

Housing Int. & Sinking 

Swimming Pool Construction .. 

Food Serv. Int. & Sinking 

Swimming Pool Int. & Sinking.. 

1960 Building Construction 

1960 Bldg. Bond Int. & Sinking.. 



458,561 

099,749 

038,817 

4,582 

4 

4,000 

4,764 

49,032 

1,784 

5,000 

12,124 

135 

22,300 

37,362 

11,250 

45,536 

19,246 

8,430 

118,878 

232,119 



TOTAL FINANCING $5,173,673 



348 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



ADMnnSTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimote 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $179,993 $203,916 $191,981 $218,700 

Clerical 111,996 103,051 81,771 105,110 

TOTAL ....$291,989 $306,967 $273,752 $323,810 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 5,191 

T.R.S. 3,137 

Social Security 5,344 

Industrial Accident 1,851 

TOTAL ......-$ 15,523 $ 17,730 $ 17,558 $ 20,100 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $307,512 $324,697 $291,310 $343,910 

OPERATING 

Postage .$ 6,018 

Stationery and Forms 14,200 

Other Office Supplies 1,824 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,269 

Freight, Express 455 

Office Equipment Rental 9,289 

Association Dues 1,780 

Publications and Bulletins 29,500 

Diplomas 2,200 

Photos, Charts, Etc 3,576 

Subscriptions 48 

Other Supplies and Expense .... 2,706 

Other Insurance 61 1 

Entertainment 1,032 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 75,508 $ 69,012 $ 77,763 $ 91,805 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,888 $ 4,642 $ 3,029 $ 2,231 

Out-of-State 9,346 11,585 8,979 8,114 

TOTAL TRAVEL $12,234 $16,227 $12,008 $10,345 



$ 5,571 


$ 4,621 


$ 5,200 


3,412 


3,546 


3,700 


5,875 


6,375 


7,000 


2,872 


3,016 


4,200 



$ 7,198 


$ 8,765 


$ 9,000 


10,890 


13,241 


15,300 


2,916 


2,104 


3,000 


1,855 


2,354 


2,500 


280 


1,124 


1,000 


10,621 


13,919 


15,000 


1,590 


1,870 


2,000 


24,316 


23,084 


32,000 


168 


3,744 


2,500 


3,557 


1,485 


3,600 


266 


284 


300 


3,782 


3,910 


4,005 


561 


451 


600 


1,012 


1,428 


1,000 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances $ 7,003 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 330 

Furniture and Fixtures 2,110 

Library and Reference 

Books 

Scientific Apparatus 1,878 

TOTAL $ 11,321 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances $ 289 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 360 

Furniture and Fixtures 251 

Scientific Apparatus 295 

OTAL 

OTAL CAPITA 
OTAL ADMIN 

DEBT SERVICE 

Bonds Redeemed __ $ 76,500 

Interest 199,210 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $275,710 



$ 624 

34 
564 

50 



$ 1,272 



4,004 



27 
719 



598 



$ 5,348 



$ 1,625 

50 
500 



500 



$ 2,675 



$ 1,359 



$ 981 



$ 1,000 





22 


50 


7 


24 


100 


26 


20 


50 



TOTAL 


_-$ 1,195 


$ 1,392 


$ 1,047 


$ 1,200 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS „. 


...$ 12,516 


$ 2,664 


$ 6,395 


$ 3,875 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION ...._. 


... $407,770 


$412,600 


$387,476 


$449,935 



$ 82,000 
225,657 



$307,657 



$ 90,000 

221,918 

1,487 

$313,405 



$131,000 

344,352 

2,000 

$477,352 



350 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 44,214 

Teaching Research and 

Extension .._. 1,854,268 

Clerical 124,255 

Students 31,035 

Other Labor 118,502 

TOTAL $2,172,274 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 8,834 

T.R.S. 47,746 

Social Security 35,764 



$ 22,690 $ 37,418 



2,017,641 

125,298 

32,274 

120,276 



2,138,338 

137,954 

34,652 

59,206 



$2,318,179 $2,407,568 



$ 40,000 

2,267,000 
140,000 
40,000 
125,000 

$2,612,000 



9,121 
48,916 
38,110 



8,712 
60,941 
48,831 



9,800 
56,820 
57,000 



TOTAL $ 92,344 


$ 96,147 


$ 118,484 


$ 123,620 




TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEHTS $2,264,618 


$2,414,326 


$2,526,052 


$2,735,620 




MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 


1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 5,223 

Stationery and Forms 12,844 

Other Office Supplies 4,961 

Telephone and Telegraph 4,973 

Freight, Express 4,374 

Association Dues 4,581 

Publications and Bulletins 25,159 



Laboratory Supplies 
Scholarships 

Railway Refunds 

Coal and Gas Heat 
Lights and Power 
Insurance 

Miscellaneous 



37,957 

12,259 

357 

47 

1,446 

413 

19,314 



TOTAL OPERATING $133,908 



$ 12,630 

18,918 

9,110 

6,401 

4,446 

4,521 

16,335 

47,054 

18,907 

242 

132 

1,529 

582 

13,018 

$153,825 



$ 4,048 

18,471 

4,211 

6,429 

4,189 

4,858 

17,251 

46,780 

22,992 

250 

161 

1,284 

321 

20,376 

$151,621 



$ 7,000 

20,000 

6,470 

6,500 

4,400 

5,000 

18,200 

48,936 

30,000 

300 

150 

1,500 

400 

20,000 

$168,856 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



..$ 10,832 
._ 23,909 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 34,741 



$ 12,818 

28,414 

$ 41,232 



$ 10,006 
27,432 

$ 37,438 



$ 11,500 
26,000 

$ 37,500 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



351 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 11 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 7,276 

Machinery and Appliances .... 34,010 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 1,562 

Furniture and Fixtures 15,751 

Library and Reference 

Books 84,144 

Scientific Apparatus 76,632 

Other -. 2,026 

TOTAL _...$ 221,412 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 764 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 563 

Machinery and Appliances — . 13,952 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 485 

Furniture and Fixtures 1,010 

Library and Reference 

Books .- 850 

Scientific Apparatus 8,517 

Other 



758 $ 



59 



700 



4,574 
22,724 


1,408 
4,936 


4,000 
15,000 


1,671 
8,131 


357 
3,241 


750 
5,000 


68,706 

24,558 

588 


77,500 

7,988 

591 


60,845 

21,339 

400 


$ 131,710 


$ 96,080 


$ 108,034 



$ 783 : 


$ 59 


$ 700 


818 
8,354 


706 
8,982 


700 
9,950 


557 
1,522 


605 
1,172 


400 
2,000 


525 
3,132 


2,007 

4,133 

80 


635 
12,305 



TOTAL 


..$ 26,141 


$ 15,691 


$ 17,744 


$ 26,690 






TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS _ 


__$ 247,553 


$ 147,401 


$ 113,824 


$ 134,724 


TOTAL EDUCATION . . 


_ $2,680,820 


$2,756,784 


$2,828,935 


$3,076,700 







352 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Bienniiim 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers 

Clerical $ 4,436 

Physical Plant Labor 199,362 

Other Labor 15,615 

Telephone Operators 14,488 

TOTAL $233,901 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 9,741 

T.R.S. ...-._- 206 

Social Security 6,259 

Industrial Accident 5,174 

TOTAL $ 21,380 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $255,281 





$ 17,100 


$ 18,200 


$ 7,016 


11,269 


9,440 


232,920 


242,016 


249,895 


5,651 


212 


300 


14,873 


10,624 


14,735 



$260,460 



$281,221 



$292,570 



$ 10,550 

379 

7,484 

6,322 

$ 24,735 



$ 10,923 

480 

9,700 

7,882 

$ 28,985 



$ 12,000 

480 

11,000 

9,000 

$ 32,480 



$285,195 



$310,206 



$325,050 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Bienninm 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 25 

Stationery and Forms 215 

Other Office Supplies 277 

Telephone and Telegraph 17,814 

Freight, Express 861 

Association Dues 

Fertilizers and 

Irrigation Water 

Gasoline and Oil 851 

Hardware and Sundry Supp. .— 2,335 

Rental Form Machinery 2,288 

Other Supplies and Expense .— 1,227 

Coal and Gas Heat 45,998 

Lights and Power 25,133 

Water 4,546 

Janitor Supphes and Expense .— 4,713 
Campus Supplies and Expense.. 

Heating Plant Supplies 

Other Insurance 402 

Laundry 1,096 

House Supplies and Expense .... 548 

Boiler Inspection 87 

Motor Truck Expense 99 

Garbage Disposal 1,850 

Improve. District Assess. 1,328 

Miscellaneous 2,148 

TOTAL OPERATING $113,841 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 307 

Out-of-State 443 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 750 



$ 25 


$ 38 


$ 30 


1,395 


935 


1,000 


404 


220 


270 


19,776 


27,254 


29,000 


64 


87 


100 




20 


20 




128 


150 


126 


796 


800 


2,223 


2,864 


2,850 


2,154 


1,051 


1,050 


1,940 


1,800 


1,800 


32,496 


44,918 


44,000 


32,990 


40,789 


40,355 


6,269 


5,786 


5,800 


6,070 


9,292 


7,000 




2,157 


2,000 




488 


450 


690 


723 


700 


892 


706 


700 


5,525 


3,983 


3,500 


365 


60 


60 


1,458 


934 


1,000 


2,233 


2,320 


2,300 


1,367 


1,349 


1,350 


3,104 


4,192 


200 



$121,566 



$152,890 



$146,485 



$ 251 



$ 251 



$ 444 



$ 444 



250 
250 



$ 500 



354 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-ei 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 13,458 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 267,200 

Machinery and Appliances .— 14,802 

Hand Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 476 

Furniture and Fixtures 8,347 

Lrbrory and Reference 
Books 

Other 15 

TOTAL - $ 304,298 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Land and Land 

Improvements $ 21,734 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 67,661 

Machinery and Appliances .-.- 6,397 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 809 

Furniture and Fixtures 8,918 



$ 168,791 
11,442 

617 
7,453 



$ 1,356 

388,438 
8,634 

588 
9,338 

32 



$ 27,040 

1,800,187 
9,500 

600 
159,521 



$ 188,303 $ 408,386 $1,996,848 



$ 


4,361 


$ 


1,960 


$ 


19,040 




93,998 
9,254 




98,672 
11,158 




143,245 
5,500 




1,666 
1,985 




2,025 
5,399 




750 
3,244 



TOTAL -..- - $ 


105,519 


$ 111,264 


$ 


119,214 


$ 171,779 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ... $ 


409,817 


$ 299,567 


$ 


527,600 


$2,168,627 




TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT ....... $ 


779,689 


$ 706,579 


$ 


991,140 


$2,640,662 




MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 


RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 




1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALAPUES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 12,908 

Clerical 18,398 

Students. - 56,439 

Physical Plant Labor 24,810 

Other Labor 16,670 

Dormitories Kitchen 127,319 



TOTAL . 



.$256,544 



$ 4,155 


$ 8,190 


$ 8,500 


$ 9,300 


$ 10,000 


21,385 


25,668 


30,000 


29,000 


29,000 


27,259 


50,898 


52,900 


35,000 


35,000 


28,380 


36,708 


40,000 


38,000 


38,000 


16,692 


9,102 


15,000 


16,000 


17,500 


156,520 


166,657 


190,000 


180,000 


180,000 



$254,391 



$297,223 



$336,400 



$307,300 



$309,500 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. 

Social Security 

Industrial Accident .. 



TOTAL 



5,358 


$ 5,952 


$ 7,166 


$ 9,253 


$ 10,000 


$ 11,000 


773 


721 


815 


1,296 


1,500 


1,600 


4,254 


4,815 


6,841 


9,000 


9,600 


12,000 


1,677 


2,945 


3,450 


5,400 


5,400 


5,400 



$ 12,062 



$ 14,433 



$ 18,272 



$ 24,949 



$ 26,500 



$ 30,000 



TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEHTS $268,606 



$268,824 



$315,495 



$361,349 



$333,800 



$339,500 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXIUARY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Postage ..$ 122 

Stationery and Forms 526 

Other Office Supplies 3,539 

Telephone and Telegraph 4,418 

Freight, Express 1,720 

Association Dues 

Photos, Charts, Etc 130 

Seeds, Plants ..._. 187 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 29 

Subscriptions — - - 364 

Other Supplies and Expense .,-. 2,526 

Coal and Gas Heat .__,._ 17,225 

Lights and Power 20,498 

Water 10,620 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .. 6,118 

Fire Insurance 

Food Dormitories 249,303 

Kitchen Supplies and Expense.. 112 

Laundry ..-. 12,208 

House Supplies and Expense 8,547 

Trash Removal and 

Cesspool Maintenance 6,570 

Rentals and Fees 3,542 

Official Bonds - 344 

Vehicle Expense 472 

Insurance 1 ,469 

Miscellaneous 1,015 

Interest 

TOTAL OPERATING $351,604 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,010 



$ 312 


$ 264 


$ 300 


$ 300 


$ 300 


811 


233 


400 


400 


400 


2,331 


2,627 


2,700 


2,500 


2,500 


4,429 


4,875 


5,000 


4,000 


4,000 


272 


543 


400 


300 


300 


60 


95 


100 






50 


318 


350 






184 


3 


200 






73 


200 


100 


100 


100 


750 


7 








693 


816 


900 


1,000 


1,000 


20,186 


23,454 


25,000 


25,000 


25,000 


28,159 


26,258 


29,100 


30,000 


30,000 


6,625 


7,703 


8,500 


9,000 


9,000 


4,168 


6,447 


7,000 


6,000 


6,000 


254 


17 








257,286 


285,237 


319,000 


325,000 


335,000 


2,417 


404 


500 


500 


500 


15,096 


15,926 


15,000 


15,000 


15,000 


8,199 


7,785 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


5,732 


4,570 


4,700 


5,000 


5,200 


5,006 


5,734 


5,800 


6,000 


6,000 


511 










967 


490 


500 


500 


500 


1,965 


1,474 


1,600 


1,700 


1,800 


501 


760 


1,000 








1,324 


1,500 


1,600 


1,700 



$367,037 



$397,564 



$437,650 



$441,900 



$452,300 



$ 


332 
684 


$ 


400 
700 


$ 400 
700 


$ 


400 




700 







$ 564 



$ .1,016 



$ 1,100 



$ 1,100 



$ 1,100 



356 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



1957 Bienniiun 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

RESIDENCE HAILS AND Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements -^.- $ 15,564 $ 1,726 $ 844 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 253,981 12,144 12,304 10,000 3,625 3,625 

Machinery and Appliances .- 27,962 2,860 7,086 5,000 600 600 

Hand Tools and Petty 



12,144 
2,860 




12,304 
7,086 


10,000 
5,000 


189 
5,779 




100 
1,397 


200 
5,000 


$ 22,698 


$ 


21,731 


$ 22,200 



Equipment 5 

Furniture and Fixtures 50,501 5,779 1,397 5,000 2,000 2,000 



TOTAL $ 348,013 $ 22,698 $ 21,731 $ 22,200 $ 7,225 $ 7,225 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements --- $ 3,114 $ 597 $ 112 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment .— 

Furniture and Fixtures 



40,746 


55,798 
5,028 

328 

5,961 


58,074 
10,589 

60 
14,669 


50,000 
10,000 

400 
15,000 


50,000 
6,000 

5,000 


50,000 


4,926 
348 


6,000 


11,245 


5,000 



TOTAL 


.$ 


60,379 


$ 


67,712 


$ 


83,504 


$ 


76,400 


$ 


62,000 


$ 


62,000 






TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . 


$ 


408,392 


$ 


90,410 


$ 


105,235 


$ 


98,600 


$ 


69,225 


$ 


69,225 


TOTAL RESIDENCE HALLS & 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES _ 


$1,030,612 


$ 


726,835 


$ 


819,310 


$ 


898,699 


$ 


846,025 


$ 


862,125 



AGENCY— MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 

Program and Performance 

The Montana State University provides a program of education and research in all aspects of the Liberal Arts 
from the freshman through the doctoral levels. In addition it affords professional education to the fullest possible 
extent in the areas of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts, Forestry, Journalism, Lcrw and Pharmacy. To 
the extent possible, the University carries on basic and applied research and offers service to the entire state in the 
areas of its competency. It recognizes the necessity to provide graduate programs in each of the professional areas 
mentioned to the extent necessary to meet the requirements of the commonwealth which it serves. In all aspects of 
this program emphasis is placed on quality of performance. 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $2,636,463 

Expenditures 2,458,561 



Balance $ 177,902 



$2,398,936 

2,535,028 

-. 361 

Carry-over -- 22,453 

Reversion $ 18,996 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 . 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



$ 22,453 

$2,860,955 

. 2,591,436 

486 



Balance $ 291,486 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



.$2,783,863 
- 2,973,463 



Estimated Reversion $ 101,886 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



$1,100,914 
. 1,099,392 



Balance - $ 1,522 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures — — - 

Transfer Out 



$1,228,258 

.. 1,202,416 

5,092 



Reversion $ 22,272 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



$1,187,572 
1,190,700 



Balance ($ 3, 128) 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$1,228,104 
1,228,404 



Estimated Deficiency $ 3,428 



M. S. U. Swimming Pool Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 

Income $232,200.00 

Expenditures 232,1 18.30 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 81.70 

Income $355,900.00 

Transfer to Reserve 12,000.00 

Expenditures 340,640.98 



Balance June 30, 
Expenditures - 



1959 



3,340.72 
173.25 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,167.47 



M. S. U. Food Extension Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 .. 

Transfer In 

Transfer Out 

Balance June 30, 1958 



B 5,724.48 
526,800.00 
532,524.48 



358 EDUCATION 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



M. S. U. Housing Extension 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 56,404.27 

Income 88,600.00 

Transfer Out 144,960.53 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 43.74 

Income 5,806.26 

Expenditures 5,850.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 



University Interest and Income 
Lily 1, 1957 ! 

Transfer Out 28,139.13 



Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,212.63 

Income 25,267.15 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,340.65 

Income 30,506.37 

Expenditures 21,700.26 



Balance June 30, 1959 $14,146.76 

Income 33,608.71 

Transfer Out 30,041.78 



Balance June 30, 1960 $17,713.69 

E. S. Rymon Library 
Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $1,749.12 

Income 253.25 

Expenditures 3.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $1,998.87 

Income 210.55 

Expenditures 374.21 



Balance June 30, 1959 $1,835.21 

Income 260.54 

Expenditures -. 1,040.37 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,055.38 

Rymon Fellowship 
Interest and Income 



Balance July 1, 1957 . „ 


. .- -.$2,059.00 


Income 


313.68 






Ralrmcfi June .30, 19,S8 


. $2,372.68 


Income 


350.76 






PoloncA June 30, 1959 


$9 7?.3 44 


Income 


470.78 


Expenditures „ 


fi.50.0n 


Transfer Out .. 


. _ 1,400.36 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,143.86 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



I 



Dixon Endowment 
Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $2,552.08 

Income 4,425.60 

Expenditures 4,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $2,977.68 

Income 4,490.53 

Expenditures --- 4,200.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 .„....$3,268.21 

Income 4,644.92 

Expenditures 4,240.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $3,673.13 



M. S. U. Veterans Education 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 3,917.36 

Income 9,803.16 

Expenditures 4,764.29 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,956.23 

Income 8, 1 83.65 

Expenditures 1 ,80 1 .58 



Balance June 30, 1959 $15,338.30 

Income 5,062.00 

Expenditures 17,947.22 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2,453.08 

Experiment Station 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 220.53 

Income „ 48,984.64 

Expenditures 49,032.44 



Balance June 30, 1958 ,__._. $ 172.73 

Income 61,610.42 

Expenditures -- 57, 1 64.23 



Balance June 30, 1959 4,618.92 

Income 57,604.88 

Expenditures 44,715.63 



Balance June 30, 1960 $17,508.17 

Certified Public Accountants 

Balance July 1, 1957 $1,248.74 

Income 2,000.00 

Expenditures 1,783.81 



Balance June 30, 1958 _ ,-$1,464.93 

Income 1 ,960.00 

Expenditures 2,596.25 



Balance June 30, 1959 ...- $ 828.68 

Income - 2,470.50 

Expenditures 2,009.39 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,289.79 



360 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



Assoc. Students Reserve 

Income $5,28 1 .03 

Transfer Out „ 281.03 

Expenditures ,_ 5,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income $2, 1 33.45 

Transfer Out 133.45 

Expenditures .-„ 2,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $ 165.95 

Transfer Out 165.95 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Scholarships and Prizes 

Balance July 1, 1957 _..,$ 5,556.41 

Income 1 1,734.07 

Expenditures ._... 12, 123.63 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,166.85 

Income 2 1 ,884.29 

Expenditures 18,636.88 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 8,414.26 

Income 26,730.14 

Expenditures 25,397.27 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 9,747.13 

Field House 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 ._ $ 3,451.96 

Income 44,347.33 

Expenditures 45,535.88 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,263.41 

Income 58,642.41 

Transfer to Reserve 4,319.03 

Expenditures 52,241.03 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 4,345.76 

Income 67,803.29 

Expenditures 54, 1 58. 1 2 

Transfer Out _. 11,199.53 



Balance June 30, 1960 .._..$ 6,791.40 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



University Health Center 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1 , 1957 $ 1,170.90 

Income _ 19,709. 1 3 

Expenditiires 19,246.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 _..„ $ 1,634.03 

Income 21,984.47 

Transfer to Reserve 3,350.00 

Expenditures 1 9,059.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,209.50 

Income 18,940.00 

Expenditures 18,991.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,158.50 



M. S. U. Library 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 _ $ 379.16 

Income 8,430.00 

Expenditures 8,430.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 379.16 

Income ..____ 1 2,209.95 

Expenditures 12,210.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 379.11 

Income 1 1,490.89 

Expenditures 1 1,870.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 



M. S. U. Housing Extension 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 15.00 

Income _____ .__. 228,500.00 

Expenditures 1 18,877.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $109,637.50 

Income _„ 1 72,625.00 

Expenditures 168,312.50 

Balance June 30, 1959 $113,950.00 

Income 58,056.25 

Expenditures .._. 171,868.75 

Balance June 30, 1960 _ ._ $ 137.50 



362 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



Food Service Extension 
Interest and Sinking 

Income $16,666.66 



Balance June 30, 1958 $16,666.66 

Income 26,237.50 

Expenditures 29,376.68 



Balance June 30, 1959 $13,527.48 

Income „ 13, 11 8.75 

Expenditures _... 26,434.57 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2 11. 66 

Silas Thompson Scholarship 

Income _ $135.00 

Expenditures 1 35.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 __ 

Income $41 5.06 

Transfer 98.74 

Expenditures 270.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 46.32 

Income 177. 17 



Balance Jiine 30, 1960 $223.49 

University Student Bldg. Fee Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,410.95 

Income 32,936.03 

Expenditures 22,300.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 13,046.98 

Income 1 04,338.57 

Transfer 57,323.38 

Expenditures 24,655.59 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 35,406.58 

Income -- 187,407.52 

Expenditiires 37,686.73 

Transfer Out 74,873.76 



Balance June 30, 1960 $110,253.61 

University Student Union 
Interest and Sinking 

Income $37,361.67 

Expenditures 37,36 1 .67 



Balance June 30, 1958 _ 

Income $ 880.00 

Expenditures 880.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $ 880.00 

Expenditures 880.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 



MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY 



University Residence Halls 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 _.$1, 190.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $1,190.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $1,190.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 ,- $1,190.00 

Student Union Facilities 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 _$ 5,675.00 

Income 5,625.00 

Expenditures 1 1,250.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 50.00 

Income ..,.__ 1 6,825.00 

Expenditures 1 1,250.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 5,625.00 

Income 1 1,250.00 

Expenditures 11,250.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 5,625.00 

Swimming Pool 
Interest and Sinking 

Income ...„ $14,881.66 



Balance June 30, 1959 $14,881.66 

Income 19,940.80 

Expenditures 16,465.00 

Transfer Out 17,532.46 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 825.00 

Bldg. Project Const Fund 1960 

Income $1 ,778,000.00 

Expenditures 275,799.04 

Investment 1 ,500,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 -- $ 2,200.96 

Bldgs. Interest and Sinking 1960 

Income $58,199.18 

Transfer Out 50,068.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 - $ 8,131.18 

School of Low Advance Planning 
U. S. Aid 

Income $5,475.00 

Expenditures 5,475.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



1960 Additional Fee Fund 

Income - - ^ $71,452.66 



Balance June 30, 1960 $71,452.66 



364 

SUMMARY OF— MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 BienRium 
Actual Estimate 

19S9-£0 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration ^-- $ 255,815 

Education __ _. 2,389,975 

Physical Plant 513,073 

Sub Total ...- 3,158,863 

Equipment 367,952 

Land and Buildings 

Capital „ 1,691,578 

Repairs 132,912 

Debt Service - -- 427,261 

Sub Total _ 5,778,566 

Residence Halls 535,174 

TOTAL $6,313,740 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries - .- ..$2,646,378 

Operating 458,835 

Travel 53,650 

Equipment 367,952 

Land and Buildings 

Capital .- 1,691,578 

Repairs 132,912 

Debt Service 427,261 

Residence Halls 535,174 

TOTAL $6,313,740 

FINANCING 

General Fund -... „__. $2,680,817 

Millage Fund 1,061,892 

Local Funds 661,273 

Classroom Construcrtion 1,097,665 

Health & Physical Ed 231,023 

Morrill Interest and Income 43,998 

Walsh Fellowship 

College CAA., U.S. Aid 3,076 

Vets Education, U.S. Aid 8,942 

Dorm Construction 17,151 

Dorm Revenue Int. & Sinking _. 314,305 

Student Faculty I. & S 17,200 

Phy. Ed. Center I. & S. __ -- 57,600 

Interest and Sinking 37,500 

Women's Dorm Construction - 

Morrill - Nelson 75,896 

Special Construction Fund 

Medical Science Construction.. 

I. & S. 1959 A. Bonds 

Fire loss Fund 

Vet Research Construction 

Library — Chemistry Const. 

State College Int. & Income .... 5,402 

TOTAL FINANCING . .......$6,313,740 



B 285,410 
2,719,520 

557,717 
3,562,647 

222,438 

2,163,763 
88,448 

611,637 
6,648,933 

607,733 



B 323,419 
2,933,173 

649,039 
3,905,631 

353,774 

1,614,815 
124,626 
487,992 

6,486,838 
689,767 



B 358,043 
3,239,742 

696,766 
4,294,551 

277,035 

2,856,127 
112,200 
723,909 

8,263,822 
768,327 



B 394,009 

2,956,360 

463,541 

3,813,910 

63,731 

700,000 

64,000 

872,601 

5,514,242 

733,550 



$ 400,997 

3,008,793 

471,762 

3,881,552 

65,996 



64,000 

883,413 

4,894,961 

773,177 



$7,256,666 $7,176,605 $9,032,149 $6,247,792 $5,668,138 



$3,065,005 


$3,127,184 


$3,513,424 


Not Segregated 


442,741 


719,421 


717,227 






54,901 


59,026 


63,900 






222,438 


353,774 


277,035 






2,163,763 


1,614,815 


2,856,127 






88,448 


124,626 


112,200 






611,637 


487,992 


723,909 


$ 872,601 


883,413 


607,733 


689,767 


768,327 


733,550 


773,177 


$7,256,666 


$7,176,605 


$9,032,149 


$6,247,792 


$5,668,138 


$2,733,611 


$3,113,474 


$3,136,255 


$2,265,591 


$2,344,941 


1,390,370 


1,221,062 


1,471,727 


1,529,325 


1,519,882 


627,369 


817,892 


848,729 


733,550 


773,177 


526,207 


3,080 








2,875 










59,883 


42,552 


68,256 


55,000 


55,000 


1,920 










7,062 




10,639 


3,225 


3,225 




844,866 


655,134 






433,387 


269,026 


408,932 


536,164 


534,196 


31,900 


32,280 


33,280 


56,560 


43,360 


67,366 


67,006 


76,340 


75,620 


100,700 


75,000 


113,525 


203,857 


202,757 


203,657 


1,203,384 


186,937 








75,896 


75,896 

139,834 

207,029 

4,655 

10,220 

20,864 


75,896 
149,433 
169,734 

79,801 

229,136 

1,400,000 


75,000 
700,000 


75,000 


20,436 


6,407 


15,000 


15,000 


15,000 


$7,256,666 


$7,176,605 


$9,032,149 


$6,247,792 


$5,668,138 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers _.__ $ 94,049 $ 86,071 

Teaching Research and 

Extension 

Clerical 

Students — 

Other Labor 

Farm Labor _ 

TOTAL $ 1 82,5 1 2 $2 1 4,739 



$235,807 



$ 80,375 



7,265 


26,071 

92,961 

4,400 

5,236 


31,027 

100,751 

6,321 

9,897 


34,133 


.. 75,360 


104,950 


„ 2,756 


8,317 


.. 3,048 
34 


18,600 



$246,375 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 3,601 $ 4,182 

T.R.S. 2,689 2,831 

Social Seciirity , 3,996 5,411 

TOTAL.-... $ 10,286 $ 12,424 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $192,798 $227,163 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 2,733 

Stationery and Forms 10,170 

Other Office SuppUes 3,552 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,597 

Freight, Express 409 

Office Equipment Rental 14,523 

Association Dues 114 

Publications and Bulletins 18,294 

Diplomas 2,067 

Photos, Charts, Etc 87 

Laboratory Supplies 1 1 

Gasoline and Oil 123 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 157 

Subscriptions 85 

Other Supplies and Expense .... 4,234 

Other Insurance 138 

Laundry . 13 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 58,307 $ 54,907 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 2,903 $ 2,339 

Out-of-State 1,807 1,001 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 4,710 $ 3,340 



4,406 
3,587 
6,376 



$ 14,369 



$ 4,450 
3,600 
6,450 

$ 14,500 



$250,176 



$260,875 



$ 7,059 


$ 6,533 


$ 8,000 


12,526 


5,870 


13,800 


4,014 


6,811 


6,800 


1,724 


2,421 


2,950 


659 


724 


850 


11,680 


14,054 


15,618 


171 


161 


300 


8,421 


24,419 


27,900 


2,911 


479 


6,200 


855 


322 


850 


556 


750 


900 


66 


3 


200 


328 


319 


450 


30 


222 


300 


3,393 


5,218 


5,950 


510 


368 


600 


4 


3 





$ 68,677 



$ 91,668 



2,314 
2,253 



3,000 
2,500 



$ 4,567 



$ 5,500 



366 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 

Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Builciings anci Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances $ 10,670 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Ecjuipment 336 

Furniture and Fixtures -_ 10,650 

Library and Reference 

Books 768 

Scientific Apparatus „ 205 

TOTAL $ 22,629 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 2,096 

Machinery and Appliances -_. _ 1,127 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 

Furniture and Fixtures 393 

Library and Reference 

Books 6 

Scrientific Apparatus 109 

TOTAL $ 3,731 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS -_..... $ 26,360 
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $282,175 

DEBT SERVICE 

Bonds Redeemed $155,000 

Interest 272,261 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $427,261 



$ 279 
3,815 


$ 


479 
9,774 


$ 8,305 


394 
3,092 




1,333 
2,956 


1,200 


47 
1,936 




346 





$ 9,563 



$ 14,888 



$ 9,505 



$ 379 
1,428 


$ 677 
1,132 


2 
189 


139 


8 

274 


12 



$ 505 



$ 2,280 



$ 1,960 



$ 505 



$ 11,843 



$ 16,848 



$ 10,010 



$297,253 



$340,368 



$368,053 



$301,261 
310,376 

$611,637 



$189,100 
298,892 

$487,992 



$213,000 
510,909 

$723,909 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers . 
Teaching Research and 

Extension 

Clerical 

Students 

Farm Labor 

Physical Plant Labor 

Other Labor 



$ 34,346 $ 77,096 $ 82,650 $ 125,225 



1,726,902 

165,399 

69,094 

24,587 

705 

20,930 



TOTAL $2,04 1 ,963 



1,974,685 

188,425 

69,938 

22,823 

3,113 

28,253 



2,085,683 

217,854 

72,858 

29,020 

993 

40,460 



2,311,132 

226,568 

81,000 

32,300 

42,374 



$2,364,333 $2,529,518 $2,818,599 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S. 

T.R.S. 

Social Security 

Industrial Accident __ 



8,056 

45,004 

32,529 

11 



8,903 

48,620 

35,672 

7 



10,168 

61,807 

44,649 

11 



17,058 
55,818 
44,400 



TOTAL 


$ 85,600 


$ 93,202 


$ 166,635 


$ 117,276 








TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


..... $2,127,563 


$2,457,535 


$2,646,153 


$2,935,875 









368 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage _ _ ...- $ 3,002 

Stcrtionery and Forms 12,970 

Other Office Supplies 14,958 

Telephone and Telegraph 5,878 

Freight, Express 5,207 

Office Equipment Rental 886 

Association Dues 2,154 

Publications and Bulletins 5,245 

Announcements 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 6,660 

Laboratory Supplies _ 30,594 

Seeds, Plants 20 

Feed for Animals 2,250 

Gasoline and Oil 1,738 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 8,619 

Rental Farm Machinery 

Subscriptions 9,972 

Other Supplies and Expense .... 43,034 

Fellowships 16,998 

Scholarships 1,631 

Railway Refunds 50 

Honorariums 7,777 

Student Teaching 

Supr. Expense 

Coal and Gas Heat 17 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .... 316 

Lights and Power 

Water _. 

Food Dormitories 

Laundry 467 

Medicines and 

Hospital Supplies 137 

Refunds to Federal 

Government 33,202 

Other Insurance 20 

Miscellaneous 3 

TOTAL OPERATING $213,805 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 22,992 

Out-of-State 25,615 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 48,607 



4,970 


$ 9,397 


$ 9,875 


13,361 


11,860 


12,700 


15,431 


13,786 


14,500 


6,280 


7,142 


7,600 


5,918 


5,298 


5,600 


24,254 


24,815 


25,836 


2,553 


3,719 


4,000 


5,582 


7,554 


8,000 


203 


3 




5,180 


9,608 


10,200 


41,064 


35,951 


38,500 


18 


1,471 


1,500 


5,581 


6,043 


6,400 


1,875 


2,663 


2,750 


8,950 


11,904 


12,500 


35 


343 


500 


12,996 


15,985 


16,800 


14,708 


19,559 


19,856 


22,119 


27,404 


29,500 


400 


250 


500 


39 


37 


50 


4,182 


2,710 


4,000 


12,345 


14,065 


15,000 


274 


600 


650 


260 


18 




294 


344 


400 


5 


46 




18 






599 


601 


650 



616 



318 



$210,428 



26 
116 



$233,318 



$247,867 



$ 22,889 
28,668 

$ 51,557 



$ 22,472 
31,424 

$ 53,896 



$ 23,000 
33,000 

$ 56,000 



EDUCATION 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actuol Estimate 

1959-60 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-82 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 277 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 23,058 

Machinery and Appliances -- 62,619 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 14,397 

Furniture and Fixtures 35,953 

Library and Reference 

Books 28,271 

Scientific Apparatus 92,626 

Livestock and Poultry 680 

Museum and Collections 75 

TOTAL $ 257,956 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 1,506 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 22,667 

Machinery and Appliances 6,786 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 470 

Furniture and Fixtures 1,215 

Library and Reference 

Books 4,691 

Scientific Apparatus 1,028 

Museum and Collections 36 

TOTAL -„. $ 38,399 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ... $ 296,355 

TOTAL EDUCATION $2,686,330 



678 



236 



15,154 
35,575 


2,887 
56,647 


$ 50,000 


11,985 
27,482 


13,371 
26,519 


10,000 
21,771 


41,881 

38,719 

735 


42,644 

38,422 

651 

495 


54,000 
35,000 



$ 172,209 $ 181,872 $ 170,771 



682 



979 



,200 



12,347 
10,835 


13,460 
18,144 


16,000 
22,000 


228 
2,469 


120 

904 


154 
700 


5,287 
1,683 


4,521 

1,333 

60 


5,000 
2,000 



$ 33,531 $ 39,521 



$ 47,054 



205,740 $ 221,393 $ 217,825 



$2,925,260 $3,154,760 $3,457,567 



370 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 



Administrative Officers 


. $ 13,675 


$ 20,700 


$ 20,000 


$ 20,800 


Teaching Research and 










Extension 


2,125 


2,750 


2,851 


2,950 


Clerical __ 


11,152 


13,101 


13,698 


14,250 


Students 


.._-. .. 34,888 


42,927 


55,790 


54,000 


Farm Labor 


817 


464 


50 




Physical Plant Labor 


219,923 


248,845 


284,489 


315,770 


Other Trrhnr 


6,229 


9,827 


622 









TOTAL 



$288,809 



$338,614 



$377,500 



$407,770 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. 



Social Security — 

Industrial Accident 

TOTAL 



_$ 13,843 
356 


S 14,817 

540 

12,644 

13,692 


$ 16,989 

681 

17,950 

7,263 


$ 17,800 
700 


_. 10,203 
_. 12,806 


18,650 
21,600 



. $ 37,208 



$ 41,693 



$ 42,883 



$ 58,750 



TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 



$326,017 



$380,307 



$420,383 



$466,520 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies $ 615 

Telephone and Telegraph 18,279 

Freight, Express 1,191 

Office Equipment Rental 

Association Dues 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 10 

Laboratory Supplies 

Seeds, Plants 943 

Fertilizers and 

Irrigation Water 147 

Gasoline and Oil 176 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 939 

Rental Farm Machinery 

Subscriptions 12 

Other Supplies and Expense — . 43,626 

Coal and Gas Hecrt 47,332 

Lights and Power 40,229 

Water 24,106 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .— 7,402 

Campus Supplies and Expense 870 

Heating Plant Supplies 17 

Automobile Insurance 780 

Other Insurance 

Laundry 49 

House Supplies and Expense .— 

TOTAL OPERATING $186,723 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 86 

Out-of-State 247 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 333 



$ 102 


$ 260 


$ 260 


70 


31 


50 


1,061 


706 


700 


21,435 


20,115 


21,000 


3,220 


3,196 


3,000 


65 






5 


5 




44 


10 




51 


928 


1,000 


326 


834 


900 


83 






2,167 


539 


700 


2,081 


2,058 


2,000 


545 






10 


43 


35 


5,244 


24,911 


24,000 


58,203 


64,439 


65,000 


51,496 


63,649 


64,000 


22,840 


25,730 


26,000 


5,190 


11,833 


12,351 


957 


5,888 


5,500 


959 


2,608 


2,600 


819 


184 


800 


388 


69 




36 


61 


50 


9 







$177,406 



$228,097 



$229,946 



33 
531 



50 
250 



$ 564 



$ 300 



372 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 





1957 Biennium 


1959 Biennium 


1961 Biennium 


PHYSICAL PLANT 


Actual 


Actual 


Actual 


Estimate 


Recommended 




1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


Not Segregated 


CAPITAL 














Lanci and Land 














Improvements - 


.$ 114,128 


$ 38,005 


$ 61,830 


$ 10,445 






Buildings and Attached 














Fixtures 


.. 1,554,115 


2,109,647 


1,549,383 


2,845,682 






Machinery and Appliances - 


„ 24,011 


15,431 


18,920 


17,500 






Hand Tools and Petty 














Equipment — . 


72 


480 


8,395 


2,500 






Furniture and Fixtures 


52,553 


4,937 


81,659 


20,000 






Library and Reference 














Books 


17 


22 


10 








Scientific Apparatus 




32 


18 








TOTAL 


.$1,744,896 


$2,168,554 


$1,720,215 


$2,896,127 




REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 












Land and Land 














Improvements 


.$ 25,038 


$ 20,050 


$ 32,051 


$ 30,000 






Buildings cind Attached 














Fixtures - 


.- 81,605 


54,990 


77,459 


65,000 






Machinery and Appliances . 


15,892 


11,819 


24,701 


26,000 






Hand Tools and Petty 














Equipment — 


1,835 


1,297 


226 








Furniture and Fixtures 


461 


356 


322 


400 










TOTAL ..„ ....„ 


.$ 124,831 


$ 88,512 


$ 134,759 


$ 121,400 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . 


.$1,869,727 


$2,257,066 


$1,854,974 


$2,017,527 






TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT 


_ $2,382,800 


$2,814,783 


$2,504,018 


$3,714,293 






MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 
















1957 Biennium 


1959 Biennium 


1961 Biennium 


RESIDENCE HALLS AND 


Actual 


Actual 


Actual 


Estimate 


Recommended 


AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


1957-58 


1958-59 


1959-60 


1960-61 


1961-62 


1962-63 


SALARIES AND WAGES 














Administrative Officers — - 


...$ 24,244 


$ 29,081 


$ 41,149 


$ 48,700 


$ 39,000 


$ 39,000 


Teaching Research and 






Extension . 


.... 2,386 


2,300 
15,088 
53,909 
19,420 
28,658 
54,917 


500 
22,456 
54,822 
32,414 
29,110 
77,843 


28,500 
68,500 
45,200 
35,000 
103,603 


25,000 
60,000 
35,000 
30,000 
82,000 




Clerical — 


... 15,118 


25,000 


StncHents 


. . 51,119 


65,000 


PViysirrxl Plrmt Tnhnr 


.... 29,727 


35,000 


Other Labor 


..... 18,894 


30,000 


Dormitories Kitchen 


47,393 


90,000 








TOTAL 


._. $188,881 


$203,373 


$258,294 


$329,503 


$271,000 


$284,000 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 














P.E.R.S - -- 


....$ 5,284 


$ 5,998 


$ 5,244 


$ 6,000 


$ 6,600 


$ 7,000 


T.R.R. 


615 


665 
3,753 
2,933 


927 
5,940 
3,526 


1,000 
6,300 
4,500 


1,100 
7,000 
4,825 


1,150 


Social Security 


3,881 


7,250 


Industrial Accident 


1,929 


5,100 








TOTAL . ,.- ... .... 


....$ 11,709 


$ 13,349 


$ 15,637 


$ 17,800 


$ 19,525 


$ 20,500 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 














BENEFITS 


„ $200,590 


$216,722 


$273,931 


$347,303 


$290,525 


$304,500 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 




EDUCATION 








373 


RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1962-63 


OPERATING 

Postage 

Stationery and Forms 


.$ 235 

658 

784 

- 3,624 

110 

20 

2 

40 

3 

169 

10 

.. 8,712 

.. 1,970 

.. 1,303 

177 

.. 1,148 

" 195,951 

.. 8,584 

7,920 

.. 10,026 

97 

656 


$ 60 

382 

416 

3,792 

504 

20 

12 

46 

33 

43 

4 

3,140 

2,776 

540 

144 

858 

4,110 

324 

220,683 

6,125 

9,020 

7,433 


$ 337 

306 

663 

3,836 

1,133 

35 

12 

24 
117 

2,939 

29,634 

10,448 

108 

629 

233,854 

18,997 

10,522 

6,405 

62 


$ 350 

325 

700 

4,000 

1,200 

40 

15 

25 
125 

3,150 

24,200 

8,500 

500 

255,144 

20,000 

11,000 

6,750 


$ 250 

350 

600 

3,600 

500 

20 

30 
150 

3,200 

26,000 

9,300 

22,000 

280,825 

10,000 

7,000 


$ 250 
375 


Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 


600 
3,600 


Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Photos, Charts, Etc. ..— 

Seeds, Plants 

Gasoline and Oil 


500 
25 
50 


Hardware and Sundry Supp. .. 

Subscriptions 

Other Supplies and Expense .. 
Coal and Gas Heat 


175 

3,300 
27,300 


Lights and Power 


9,300 


Water ___-. ,„- 

Janitor Supplies and Expense -. 
Campus Supplies and Expens 
Fire Insurance 


23,000 


Food Dormitories 


303,327 


Kitchen Supplies and Expense.. 
Lcamdry 

House Supplies and Expense - 

Other Insurance 

Medicines & Hosp. Supp 


10,000 
7,250 


TOTAL OPERATING 


..$242,199 


$260,465 


$320,061 


$336,024 


$363,825 


$389,052 






TRAVEL 

In-State 


..$ 129 
273 


$ 59 
620 


$ 264 
727 


$ 300 
800 

$ 1,100 


$ 400 
800 


$ 450 


Out-of-State 


850 






TOTAL TRAVEL 


..$ 402 


$ 679 


$ 991 


$ 1,200 


$ 1,300 







374 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AOXILLAHY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements -- -- 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment . 

Furniture and Fixtxires 

Library and Reference 

Books 

Scientific Apparatus 



$ 2,089 



TOTAL $ 29,680 



S 2,849 



$ 59,843 



$ 1,220 



S 2,500 



$ 2,000 



$ 21,191 



$ 25,000 



$ 22,500 



$ 2,000 



160 
7,509 


34,818 
12,883 


6,895 
5,885 


8,200 
6,300 


7,500 
6,000 


7,500 
6,000 


226 
9,696 


3,009 
6,153 

49 
82 


3,375 
3,816 


4,000 
4,000 


3,000 
4,000 


3,000 
4,225 



$ 22,725 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 5,826 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtiires 52,105 

Machinery and Appliances 2,176 

Hand Tools cmd Petty 

Equipment 

Furniture and Fixtures - 2,196 



$ 1,713 



$ 1,526 



$ 1,500 



$ 1,500 



$ 1,600 



64,037 
1,871 


66,822 
4,405 


52,400 
4,000 


50,000 
3,000 


50,000 
3,000 


50 
2,353 


4 
836 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 



TOTAL 


_ $ 62,303 


$ 70,024 


$ 73,593 


$ 58,900 


$ 55,500 


$ 55,600 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ^^ 


__$ 91,983 


$129,867 


$ 94,784 


$ 83,900 


$ 78,000 


$ 78,325 


TOTAL RESIDENCE HALLS & 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES „ 


.„$535,174 


$607,733 


$689,767 


$768,327 


$733,550 


$773,177 



AGENCY— MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



Program and Performance 

The November 1, 1959, enrollment of students at Montana State College was 3,866. The predicted enrollment in 
November, 1960, will exceed 4,000 students (estimate 4,012). The November, 1961, enrollment is estimated to be 4,180 
and the November, 1962, enrollment 4,350. 

The continually increasing enrollment of Monfana State College which has resulted in a doubling during the 
past six years has greatly increased the cost of the resident instruction program of the institution. Five major divi- 
sions of instrucrtion are offered, namely, Agricrulture, Education, Engineering, Letters and Science, and Professional 
Schools. The Division of Professional Schcxils includes the School of Architecture, Art, Home Economics, Nursing, 
and the Department of Commerce. Montana State College is well known for its scientific and technological fields 
of instruction and most of these require a heavy investment in laboratory equipment. 

Montana State College now offers graduate programs leading to the doctorate degree in 12 fields. Graduate 
programs require considerable personal attention of individual staff members, but it is necessary to carry a heavy 
graduate program in order to have competent staff to carry out much of the research programs connected with the 
institution (Engineering Experiment Station and the Agricultural Experiment Station), and to help train a pool of 
competent manpower resources from which to drcrw future needed teachers and research workers and extension 
agents. 



EDUCATION 375 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 

STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

Appropriation 1957-58 $2,817,460 Carry-Over $ 11,469 

Expenditures 2,680,443 Appropriation 1959-60 .$3,258,335 

Expenditures 3,1 13,478 



Balance , -.- -$ 137,017 



Balance $ 156,326 



Appropriation 1958-59 $2,608,052 

Expenditures 2,733,592 Appropriation 1960-61 $2,958,308 

Transfer Out 2 Estimated Expenditures .. _ 3,136,255 

Corry-Over 11,469 . 

— Estimated Deficiency $ 21,621 



Reversion . 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $1,189,743 Carry-Over $ 40,344 

Expenditures 1,061,565 Appropricrtion 1959-60 $1,374,018 

Expenditures 1 ,22 1 ,026 



Balance $ 128,178 Transfer Out 622 



Appropriation 1 958-59 $ 1 ,33 1 ,669 

Expenditures 1 ,390,35 1 



Balance $ 192,714 



Transfer Out 5,816 Appropriation 1960-61 $1,333,486 

Carry-Over 40,344 Estimated Expenditures 1,471,727 



Reversion $ 23,336 Estimated Reversion $ 54,473 

M. S, C. Classroom Construction 

Income $1,143,876.59 

Transfer to 1957 I. and S 37,500.00 

Expenditures 1 ,097,664.54 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,712.05 

Income 524,593.83 

Expenditures 526,207.44 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 7,098.44 

Expenditirres 3,079.80 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 4,018.64 



H. and P. E. Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 5,679.45 

Income 228,2 1 8.04 

Expenditures 23 1 ,022.94 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,874.55 

Expenditures 2,874.55 



Balance June 30, 1959 



376 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



Interest and Income 

Income __ $ 1 ,937.49 

Expenditures _ 5,40 1 .59 

Transfer In 9,717.46 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 6,253.36 

Income 14,182.85 

Transfer to Bond Trustee 20,436.21 



Balance June 30, 1959 _..... 

Income 1 7,336.20 

Expenditures 6,406.73 



Balance June 30, 1960 $10,929.47 



Morrill Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 „..._ $ 7,566.23 

Income 1 9,027.32 

Expenditures _ 43,998.08 

Transfer In 26,938.07 



Balance June 30, 1958 _. $ 9,533.54 

Income 50,350.29 

Expenditures 59,882.90 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ .93 

Income 60,807.28 

Expenditures 42,551.84 



Balance June 30, 1960 $18,256.37 



Walsh Endowment Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $2,109.95 

Transfer In _... 165.98 



Balance June 30, 1958 _ _ $2,275.93 

Income 140.36 

Expenditures 1,920.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 496.29 

Income 1 73.70 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 669.99 



Morrill-Nelson U. S. Aid 

Income $75,895.57 

Expenditures 75,895.57 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Income $75,895.57 

Expenditures 75,895.57 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Expenditures 75,895.57 

Income --^ $75,895.57 



Balance June 30, 1960 



MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



CoUege CAA U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $3,075.57 

Expenditures 3,075.57 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Veterans' Aid U, S. 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 1.56 

Income - 9,029.9 1 

Expenditures 8,94 1 .63 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 89.84 



Income 8,289.00 

Expenditures 7,062.35 



Balance June 30, 1959 $1,316.49 

Income 3,921.00 



Bcdance June 30, 1960 $5,237.49 



College Dorm Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 11,845.24 

Income 5,367.44 

Expenditures 17,150.70 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 61.98 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 61.98 

Income 845,000.00 

Expenditures 844,866.15 

Transfer Out 61.98 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 133.85 



Dorm Revenue Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 80,255.00 

Income 31 1,907.50 

Expenditures 314,305.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 77,857.50 

Income 428,370.27 

Expenditiires 433,386.52 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 72,841.25 

Income 267,073.50 

Expenditures 269,026.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 70,888.75 



378 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



Student Faculty Housing 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,600.00 

Income 32,200.00 

Expenditures 17,200.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $23,600.00 

Income 32,600.00 

Expenditures 3 1 ,900.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $24,300.00 

Income .., 32,960.00 

Expenditures 32,280.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $24,980.00 



Physical Ed. Center Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 _ _$28,800.00 

Income - 67,600.00 

Expenditures 57,600.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $38,800.00 

Income 67,240.00 

Expenditures 67,366.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $38,674.00 

Income 71,880.00 

Expenditures 67,006.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 ...„. $43,548.00 



Interest and Sinking 1957 

Income $ 37,500.00 

Transier In 37,500.00 

Expenditures 37,500.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 37,500.00 

Income 94,000.00 

Expenditures 75,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 56,500.00 

Income 94,050.00 

Expenditures 1 13,525.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 37,025.00 



EDUCATION 

MONTANA STATE COLLEGE 



Women's Dorm Construction 

Income $1,265,700.00 

Expenditures 1 ,203,384.40 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 62,315.60 

Income 1 25,405.00 

Expenditures -.. 1 86,937.29 



Balance June 30, 1960 .___„ $ 783.31 



Special Construction Interest cmd Sinking 

Income _ ..$27,025.00 

Expenditures 11,637.50 



Balance June 30, 1960 $15,387.50 



Vet. Construction U. S. Aid 

Income $91,821.00 

Expenditures -... 20,864.49 

Balance June 30, 1960 _...$70,956.51 



Fire Loss Fund 

Income $90,022.00 

Expenditures 1 0,220.39 



Balance June 30, 1960 .$79,801.61 



Special Construction Fund 

Income $466, 190. 1 5 

Expenditures 452,83 1 . 54 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 13,358.61 



Medicod-Science Building Construction Fund 

Income $232,953.00 

Expenditures 207,028.67 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 25,924.33 



380 

SUMMARY OF— SCHOOL OF MINES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 48,075 

Education 262,645 

Physical Plant 86,090 

Sub Total 396,8 1 

Equipment 20,562 

Land and Buildings 

Capital _ ____. 46,110 

Repairs 42,535 

Debt Service 20,938 

Sub Total 526,955 

Residence Halls 53,660 

Bureau of Mines -.— 110,614 

Student Union Bldg. 

TOTAL $ 691,229 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries __...$ 338,842 

Opercrting 52,542 

Travel 5,426 

Equipment 20,562 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 46, 1 1 

Repairs 42,535 

Debt Service 20,938 

Residence Halls 53,660 

Bureau of Mines 110,614 

Student Union Bldg. 

TOTAL $ 691,229 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 354,683 

Millage Fund 170,332 

Local Funds 53,660 

Interest and Income - 89,747 

Vets Education U.S 1 ,870 

Residence Halls I. and S _ 12,800 

Library & Museum I. & S. 8,137 

Great Northern and Pacific 

Power and Light Trust 

Student Union Building 

Small Business Administration 
Student Union Bond I. & S. 

TOTAL FINANCING $ 691,229 



$ 59,216 


$ 58,396 


$ 63,074 


$ 40,083 


$ 41,975 


280,622 


298,017 


325,203 


307,302 


321,046 


101,030 


104,239 


103,605 


103,376 


108,027 


440,868 


460,652 


491,882 


450,761 


471,048 


22,661 


53,703 


63,877 


6,412 


7,224 


1,569 


246,226 








52,925 


38,315 


22,000 


6,413 


7,223 


70,335 


7,227 


10,553 


19,000 


18,880 


588,358 


806,123 


588,312 


482,586 


504,375 


49,576 


51,123 


53,500 


58,500 


58,500 


124,540 


128,949 
160,000 


171,835 


95,665 


95,465 



$ 762,474 $1,146,195 $ 813,647 $ 636,751 



$ 658,340 



$ 375,676 


$ 376,751 


$ 397,644 


Not Segregated 


57,283 


79,242 


89,338 




7,909 


4,659 


4,900 




22,661 


53,703 


63,877 




1,569 


246,226 






52,925 


38,315 


22,000 




70,335 


7,227 


10,553 


19,000 18,880 


49,576 


51,123 


53,500 


58,500 58,500 


124,540 


128,949 
160,000 


171,835 


95,665 95,465 



$ 762,474 $1,146,195 $ 813,647 $ 636,751 $ 658,340 



$ 391,169 


$ 406,597 


$ 419,235 


$ 328,284 


$ 346,800 


188,727 


194,797 


199,278 


158,967 


162,160 


49,576 


51,122 


53,500 


58,500 


58,500 


47,193 


61,297 


90,597 
880 


60,000 


60,000 


62,863 










7,473 


7,227 


3,053 






15,473 


13,308 


12,000 


12,000 


12,000 




406,807 


21,419 


11,500 


11,380 




5,040 


13,685 


7,500 


7,500 



$ 762,474 $1,146,195 $ 813,647 $ 636,751 



$ 658,340 



EDUCATION 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 25,051 $ 31,588 $ 28,850 $ 30,096 

Clerical 15,504 17,649 22,220 24,574 

TOTAL .....$ 40,555 $49,237 $51,070 $54,670 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 652 $ 734 $ 733 $ 813 

TOTAL $ 652 $ 734 $ 733 $ 813 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 

BENEFITS -.- $ 41,207 $ 49,971 $ 51,803 $ 55,483 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 335 

Stationery and Forms 349 

Other Office Supplies 1,306 

Telephone and Telegraph 213 

Freight, Express 44 

Association Dues 463 

Publications and Bulletins 136 

Diplomas and Commencements 777 

Subscriptions 4 

House Rentals 720 

Lectures -._ 380 

Executive Board 180 

Entertainment — 171 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,078 $ 8,104 $ 5,496 $ 6,492 

TRAVEL 

In-State _.$ 632 $ 621 $ 459 $ 450 

Out-of-state 1,158 520 638 650 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,790 $ 1,141 $ 1,097 $ 1,100 



1,648 


$ 886 


$ 1,000 


423 


199 


300 


1,050 


854 


1,052 


252 


254 


350 


24 


12 


25 


1,832 


505 


550 


176 


541 


650 


1,234 


1,051 


1,100 


14 


9 


15 


720 


720 


720 


545 


325 


500 


180 


120 


180 


6 


20 


50 



382 

SCHOOL OF MINES 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances 

Furniture and Fixtures . ... $ 1,747 

TOTAL $ 1,747 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances 

Furniture and Fixtures . . $ 131 

TOTAL -- $ 131 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS -- $ 1,878 
TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $ 49,953 

DEBT SERVICE 

Bonds Redeemed 

Interest 



$ 131 
$ 131 



200 
192 



$ 392 



$ 180 



46 
29 



69 
36 



75 



$ 105 



60 
60 



120 



$ 206 



$ 497 



$ 300 



$ 59,422 



$ 58,893 



$ 63,374 



$ 17,000 
.. 3,938 


$ 67,000 
3,335 


$ 7,000 
227 


$ 10,000 
553 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 


$ 20,938 $ 70,335 


$ 7,227 $ 10,553 










SCHOOL OF MINES 


EDUCATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Teaching Research and 

Extension $198,580 

Clerical 5,630 

Students 10,017 

Other Labor 6,465 

TOTAL $220,692 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 1 ,990 

T.R.S. 6,049 

Social Security 3,808 

TOTAL $ 11,847 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $232,539 



$220,100 

6,355 

11,085 



$237,540 



$236,860 

13,403 

7,156 



$257,419 



$255,927 
13,936 
6,947 



$276,810 



$ 2,399 
6,410 
3,937 

$ 12,746 



$ 2,591 
7,955 
4,952 

$ 15,498 



$ 2,387 
9,300 
8,500 

$ 20,187 



$250,286 



$272,917 



$296,997 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



EDUCATION 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage _ _ 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 

Laboratory Supplies 

Other Supplies and Expense 

Refunds 

Printing 

Tests 



$ 783 
. 1,848 
.. 2,950 
520 
.. 1,976 
35 
„ 1,468 

'.. 10,353 
261 
848 

.. 5,428 



1,387 
1,139 
2,357 
468 
1,077 

1,572 

582 

7,812 

570 

6,572 

41 



1,139 
520 

2,119 
404 
651 

6,868 

9,324 

513 



TOTAL OPERATING _ $ 26,470 



$ 23,577 



$ 21,538 



1,540 
520 

2,200 
543 
803 

7,500 

11,300 



$ 24,406 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-state -. 



1,766 
1,870 



1,503 
5,256 



1,268 
2,294 



1,400 
2,400 



TOTAL TRAVEL 


$ 3,636 $ 6,759 


$ 3,562 $ 3,800 




SCHOOL OF MINES 








EDUCATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances - - $ 250 

Furniture and Fixtures 369 

Library and Reference 

Books 2,258 

Scientific Apparatus —. 12,283 

TOTAL -..-. __ $ 15,160 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances 

Furniture and Fixtures $ 948 

Scientific Apparatus 345 



$ 6,020 
365 

2,521 
10,327 

$ 19,233 



$ 2,415 
1,207 

3,898 
43,999 

$ 51,519 



$ 2,500 
1,200 

4,000 
22,368 

$ 30,068 



$ 


206 


$ 


639 


$ 1,000 




563 




22 


100 




796 




35 


5,900 



TOTAL _. _.. 


-..$ 1,293 


$ 1,565 


$ 696 


$ 7,000 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .. 


^, $ 16,453 


$ 20,798 


$ 52,215 


$ 37,068 


TOTAL EDUCATION 


„. $279,098 


$301,420 


$350,232 


$362,271 









384 

SCHOOL OF MINES 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Physical Plant Labor S 58,590 $ 67,286 

TOTAL $ 58,590 $ 67,286 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 1,757 $ 1,970 

Social Security 2,958 4,172 

Industrial Accident 1,791 1,991 



$ 68,973 
$ 68,973 



$ 67,464 
$ 67,464 



1,989 
4,686 
2,228 



$ 3,365 
2,600 
3,700 



TOTAL 


$ 6,506 


$ 8,133 


$ 8,903 


$ 9,665 










TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


.......$ 65,096 


$ 75,419 


$ 77,876 


$ 77,129 




SCHOOL OF MINES 


PHYSICAL PLANT 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 












Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Telephone and Telegraph $ 2,399 

Freight, Express 19 

Gasoline and Oil 154 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 2,777 

Coal and Gas Heat 7,624 

Lights and Power 4,368 

Water 1,749 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .... 1,677 

Campus Supplies and Expense 153 

Other Insurance 

Rentals 1 

Taxes 73 

Special Improvement Taxes 



2,103 
2 
175 
3,708 
8,801 
6,893 
1,705 
1,591 

321 
1 

302 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 20,994 



$ 25,602 



$ 2,258 

123 
3,306 
8,722 
7,060 
2,100 
2,372 

293 

1 
128 



$ 26,363 



$ 2,278 

123 
3,306 
8,772 
7,100 
2,100 
2,375 

293 

1 
128 



$ 26,476 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 699 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 46,110 870 $246,226 

Machinery and Appliances ....__ 190 378 63 $ 1,000 

Furniture and Fixtures ._ ---^ 510 802 210 23,419 

TOTAL $46,810 $ 2,749 $246,499 $24,419 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 34 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 42,501 

Machinery and Appliances 1,531 

Furniture and Fixtures 

TOTAL $ 44,066 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS -.-$ 90,876 $56,151 $285,532 $48,509 

TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT $176,966 $157,181 $389,771 $152,114 



112 

52,813 
477 



$ 53,402 



3,307 
265 
453 



$ 39,033 



$ 2,000 

20,000 

590 

1,500 

$ 24,090 



SCHOOL OF MINES 

1957 Biennium 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual Actual 

AUXaiARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 

SALARIES AND WAGES 
Other Labor $ 16,115 

TOTAL $ 16,115 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S. - -..„.- -. $ 458 

Social Security 1 13 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 17,607 
$ 17,607 



$ 17,983 
$ 17,983 



$ 20,500 
$ 20,500 



$ 20,500 
$ 20,500 



$ 20,500 
$ 20,500 



$ 512 



499 
212 



582 
717 



582 
717 



$ 582 
770 



TOTAL 


$ 571 


$ 512 


$ 711 


$ 1,299 


$ 1,299 


$ 1,352 








TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


-..-.,$ 16,686 


$ 18,119 


$ 18,694 


$ 21,799 


$ 21,799 


$ 21,852 









386 

SCHOOL OF MINES 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Coal and Gas Heall 

Lights and Power \ $ 209 

Water - - - - 397 

Food Dormitories 26,310 

Kitchen Supplies and Expense.- 

Laundry - _..... 1,037 

Rent .. .-- 50 

Miscellaneous 324 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 28,327 



$ 258 


S 209 


$ 210 


$ 210 


$ 210 


340 


426 


430 


430 


430 


27,408 


27,297 


27,300 


27,300 


27,247 




315 


200 


200 


200 


986 


1,118 


1,011 


1,011 


1,011 


50 


50 


50 


50 


50 


461 


554 









$ 29,503 



$ 29,969 



$ 29,201 



$ 29,201 



$ 29,148 



SCHOOL OF MINES 

1957 Bienni 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual 

AUXaiARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 7,502 

Machinery and Appliances 198 

Furniture and Fixtures . . 947 

TOTAL $ 8,647 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS $ 8,647 

TOTAL RESIDENCE HALLS & 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES ._ ..$ 53,660 



Actual 
1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



837 

80 

1,037 



$ 1,954 




$ 2,460 



S 1,090 

283 

1,127 

$ 2,500 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



1,090 

283 

6,127 



$ 7,500 



$ 1,954 



$ 2,460 



$ 2,500 



$ 49,576 



$ 51,123 



$ 53,500 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



BUREAU OF MINES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 

Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



$ 7,500 



$ 58,500 



$ 1,090 

283 

6,127 

$ 7,500 



$ 7,500 



$ 58,500 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Teaching Research and 
Extension .. $ 52,123 

Clerical - 9,349 

Students - - 4,653 

GN-PPL , - 

SBA 

Analysts 8,870 

TOTAL $ 74,995 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

TOTAL.. . 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 

.? _ $ 74,995 



$ 67,643 
10,155 
2,838 



11,430 



$ 92,066 



$ 50,170 


$ 50,757 


11,453 


13,341 


4,431 


3,850 




9,800 




11,275 


15,697 


15,970 



$ 81,751 



$104,993 



$ 81,751 



$104,993 



$ 75,000 $ 75,000 



$ 3,500 $ 3,500 



$ 78,500 $ 78,500 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



BUREAU OF MINES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-61 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 628 

Stationery and Forms 539 

Other Office Supplies 2,223 

25 
424 



Telephone and Telegraph 

Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins .— 

Laboratory Supplies - 

Subscriptions - 

Fellowships 

Scholarships 

Insurance 

Ground Water Investigation 

GN-PPL 

SBA 

TOTAL OPERATING 



2,214 
906 



131 
20,000 



, $ 27,090 



565 


$ 990 


$ 1,050 


$ 750 


577 


1,137 


2,100 


1,000 


1,018 


1,205 


1,241 


1,000 


521 


569 


720 


600 


32 


18 


30 
45 


50 


2,881 


3,695 


13,865 


3,000 


1,341 


2,850 


2,040 


1,500 


19 




15 

900 

1,500 


15 


150 


401 


250 


250 


20,000 


20,000 


20,000 








2,200 


2,000 






2,410 





$ 27,104 



$ 30,865 



$ 48,366 



$ 10,165 



750 
1,000 
1,000 

600 
50 

3,000 

1,500 
15 



250 



$ 9,965 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 6,234 

Out-of-State 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 6,234 



3,551 
222 



$ 3,773 



$ 5,118 
267 

$ 5,385 



$ 5,065 
300 

$ 5,365 



$ 5,000 



$ 5,000 



$ 5,000 



$ 5,000 



SCHOOL OF MINES 


BUREAU OF MINES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-80 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances 

Furniture and Fixtures -- $ 749 

Scientific Apparatus 87 

TOTAL ._..... $ 836 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances - - $ 1,329 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment _. 

Furniture and Fixtures 55 

Scientific Apparatus 75 

TOTAL $ 1 ,459 









$ 3,500 






$ 4,729 


1,255 


$ 


303 


1,207 


631 




133 


4,220 


3,650 



$ 436 



$ 10,156 



$ 9,036 



$ 1,089 


$ 


710 


$ 2,700 


72 




82 


230 
1,145 


$ 1,161 


$ 


792 


$ 4,075 



TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .. 


...$ 2,295 


$ 1,597 


$ 10,948 


$ 13,111 


$ 2,000 


$ 2,000 


TOTAL BUREAU OF MINES .... 


...$110,614 


$124,540 


$128,949 


$171,835 


$ 95,665 


$ 95,465 



388 EDUCATION 

AGENCY— SCHOOL OF MINES 

Program and Performance 

Among the technical industries where engineers are needed, none is more dynamic, more rewarding, or more 
interesting to young men of abiUty and imagination than the group known as the "mineral industries." Montana 
School of Mines aims primarily to prepare students for professional service in the engineering fields of Geology, 
Metallurgy, Mining, Mineral Dressing, and Petroleum. To this end, bachelor and master of science degree curricula 
of the highest quality possible are offered in these fields of the mineral industries. In addition one to two years of 
general college work is available to those students who plan to complete their preparation for degrees in degree 
curricula not offered at this institution. 

The location of Montana School of Mines at the industrial center of the mineral industries of the state and geo- 
graphically intimate to some of the largest and most important mining, metallurgical, and geological activities of 
the nation places this institution in a position of outstanding prominence and importance in the academic atmos- 
phere. Such a position cannot be claimed to the same degree by any other institution of like nature in the United 
States. In any other location, the quality and potential service of this school to its community, its state and its nation 
would be reduced immensely or even eliminated. 

The kind and quality of educational service offered by this institution are well demonstrated by the outstand- 
ing success of its graduates in positions of prominence and importance throughout the business and professional 
world. This world-wide reputation attracts students from all states of the union and many foreign countries. Thus, 
Montana School of Mines offers education of the highest quality to the sons and daughters of Montana while at the 
same time fulfilling its just responsibility as a part of a true university by being cosmopolitan and not provincial. 

The primary function of the Montana School of Mines is to educate engineers for the mineral industry, but it 
also serves another purpose. Through one of its departments, the Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, it pro- 
motes the most effective utilization of the State's mineral resources. This is accomplished by investigations of the 
geology, production, treatment, and economics of the State's mineral resources, and by publishing the knowledge 
gained by this continuous study. 

Such investigations and publication of findings are necessarily continuous. The State's mineral resources have 
never been fully mapped and may not be for generations. Even when once mapped, the study must be reviewed 
from time to time to take into account new recovery methods, changing costs, and new uses and markets. Forty-six 
states maintain organizations for such studies. 

The close association of the Bureau with the academic departments of the school creates intimate liaison which 
is so essential to productive accomplishment of such research, and at the same time realizes the services of highly 
trained and educated academic personnel to the Bureau at a substantial saving in manpower and money. 



SCHOOL OF MINES 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropricrtion 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



General Fund 



$407,765 
- 354,689 

$ 53,076 



Appropriation 1958-59 $359,603 

Expenditures 391,164 

Carry-over 55 1 



Reversion 



$ 20,964 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 — 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



..$ 551 

.,$437,065 

._ 406,596 

270 



Balance $ 30,750 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .... 



..$388,506 
., 419,235 



21 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1 957-58 --.$ 1 75,134 

Expenditures 170,321 



Balance $ 4,813 

Appropriation 1958-59 $192,679 

Expenditures 1 88,729 

Transfer Out 835 



Reversion - ^-$ 7,928 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



..$198,602 
.. 194,798 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



.$ 3,804 

..$198,604 
.. 199,278 



Estimated Reversion $ 3,130 



Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 .__ $38,640.86 

Income 33,736.66 

Transfer In 26,087.90 

Expenditures 89,747. 1 7 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,718.25 

Income 62,557.40 

Expenditures 47,192.54 



Balance June 30, 1959 $24,083.11 

Income 75,312.05 

Transfer Out 7,500.00 

Expenditures 6 1 ,297.66 



Balance June 30, 1960 $30,597.50 



Vets Education 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 _.$!, 746.48 

Income 448.00 

Expenditures 1 ,870.38 



Balance June 30, 1958 



..$ 324.10 



Income 301.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 625.10 

Income 255.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 ..$ 880.10 



390 EDUCATION 

SCHOOL OF MINES 



Residence Halls 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $55,900.00 

Income 16,000.00 

Expendihires 12,800.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $59,100.00 

Income 3,763.00 

Expenditures 62,863.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 



Library and Museum 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $18,715.87 

Income -- 1,495.00 

Expenditures 8, 1 37.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $12,073.37 

Income 1,475.00 

Expenditures 7,472.50 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 6,075.87 

Income 1,630.00 

Expenditures 7,227.50 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 478.37 

Great Northern and Pacific 
Power and Light Trust 

Income $17,000.00 

Expenditures 15,473.40 



Balance June 30, 1959 . $ 1,526.60 

Income 12,000.00 

Expenditures .-. 13,308.02 



Balance June 30, 1960 .._..$ 218.58 

Mines Student Union 
Interest and Sinking 

Income $ 4,391.25 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 4,391.25 

Income 13,925.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 . $18,316.25 

Small Business Administration 
U. S. Aid 

Income $7,051.50 

Expenditures 5,041.61 



Balance June 30, 1960 $2,009.89 

Student Union Maintenance and Equipment 

Income $22,000.00 

Expenditures 581.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $21,419.00 

Student Union Building Construction 

Income $406,226. 1 7 

Expenditures 406,226.17 



Balance June 30, 1960 ... 



SUMMARY OF— EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-BO 1960-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 86,524 

Education 561,332 

Physical Plant 82,864 

Sub Total 730,720 

Equipment 86,799 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 49,336 

Repairs 9,209 

Debt Service 21,826 

Sub Total 897,890 

Residence Halls 169,844 

Claims O. S (758) 

Transfer 

Contingent Advance 



B 95,738 
674,284 
102,423 
872,445 
137,488 

35,605 

12,257 

74,574 

1,132,369 

155,491 

758 

22,500 

10,000 



5 162,259 

709,227 

160,760 

1,032,246 

77,426 

51,292 
22,993 

163,567 
1,347,524 

487,955 



B 148,932 

840,646 

142,720 

1,132,298 

50,170 

35,342 

8,600 

144,967 

1,371,377 

3,572,630 



; 111,639 

837,658 

131,340 

1,080,637 

27,151 



9,040 

182,634 

1,299,462 

169,850 



; 123,809 

928,975 

145,658 

1,198,442 

30,097 



10,040 

184,890 

1,423,469 

174,460 



TOTAL . 



-__ $1,066,976 $1,321,118 $1,835,565 $4,944,007 $1,469,312 $1,597,929 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries 

Operating 

Travel 



656,945 
63,165 
10,610 
86,799 



Equipment 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 49,336 

Repairs -- 9,209 

Debt Service 21,826 

Residence Halls 169,844 

Claims O. S (758) 

Transfer 

Contingent Advance 



$ 776,053 

80,536 

15,856 

137,488 

35,605 
12,257 
74,574 
155,491 
758 
22,500 
10,000 



$ 930,291 

92,312 

9,643 

77,426 

51,292 

22,993 

163,567 

487,955 



$1,017,513 

101,556 

13,229 

50,170 

35,342 

8,600 

144,967 

3,572,630 



Not Segregated 



$ 182,634 $ 184,890 
169,850 174,460 



TOTAL $1,066,976 



$1,321,118 $1,835,565 $4,944,007 $1,469,312 $1,597,929 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 518,143 

Millage Fund 310,654 



Local Funds 

House Purchase and Repair _. 

Men's Residence Hall 

Interest and Income 

Vets Education U.S. 

E.M.C. Interest and Sinking .— 
Physical Education 

Advance Planning 

Phy. Ed. Bldg. Const .._.. 

Student Building Fees 

Phy. Ed. Interest and Sinking 
Student Serv. Bldg. Const 



133,189 

24,855 

49,131 

12,629 

9,495 



752,322 

291,246 

207,852 

129 

13,633 

33,833 

1,023 

8,580 

12,500 



$ 745,173 
378,999 
371,800 



3,871 
9,280 



232,091 
59,131 
35,220 



$ 886,604 
385,049 
207,625 



30,000 
1,700 
9,120 



1,041,909 

76,000 

6,000 

2,300,000 



683,508 
433,320 
231,184 



30,000 

500 

8,800 



82,000 



769,354 
469,225 
234,470 



30,000 

400 

8,480 



86,000 



TOTAL FINANCING .$1,066,976 $1,321,118 $1,835,565 $4,944,007 $1,469,312 $1,597,929 



392 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTHATION 



1957 Bienniiim 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 



Administrative Officers 


_.„...$ 54,437 


$ 49,680 
17,760 


$ 57,688 

59,440 

8,738 


$ 52,175 


Cleriral 


8,433 


49,440 


RtiiHpnts 




11,700 









TOTAL 



-$ 62,870 



$ 67,440 



$125,866 



$113,315 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S 

Social Security 

Industrial Accident .. 



$ 1,797 



$ 1,875 



$ 2,052 


$ 1,631 


1,413 


1,200 


1,674 


2,082 


1,150 


270 



TOTAL 


$ 1,797 


$ 1,875 


$ 6,289 


$ 5,183 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


$ 64,667 


$ 69,315 


$132,155 


$118,498 









OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,310 

Stationery and Forms 4,395 

Other Office Supplies 10 

Telephone and Telegraph 1 , 1 06 

Freight, Express 

Office Eqmpment Rental 

Association Dues 646 

Publications and Bulletins 214 

Diplomas 378 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 10,374 

Subscriptions 8 

Other Supplies and Expense 

Other Insurance 

Official Bonds 305 

Local Board 175 

Miscellaneous 239 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 19,160 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 795 

Out-of-Stcrte 1,902 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,697 



$ 2,867 


$ 4,148 


$ 2,000 


5,463 


2,870 


1,500 


762 


5,347 


2,400 


837 


1,730 


1,500 


239 


97 


100 


4,771 


875 


6,000 


1,025 


715 


500 


149 


3,580 


3,000 


1,222 


1,228 


1,500 




14 


26 


4,246 


12 


68 


23 


85 


100 




2,651 


3,100 




354 


250 


302 


60 


275 


115 


125 


180 


1,361 


3,356 


4,000 



$ 23,382 



$ 27,247 



$ 26,499 



785 
2,256 



543 
2,314 



$ 3,041 



$ 2,857 



$ 1,310 
2,625 

$ 3,935 



EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Bietmium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances $ 14,048 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 57 

Furniture and Fixtures 529 

TOTAL -$ 14,634 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances $ 383 

OTAL 

OTAL CAPIT/ 

OTAL ADMIN 

DEBT SERVICE 

Bonds Redeemed $ 7,000 

Interest 14,826 



$ 5,E 



1,144 
1,482 



$ 8,432 



$ 1,350 

49 
2,015 

$ 3,414 



$ 650 

75 
1,500 

$ 2,225 



^ 



393 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



$ 402 



$ 500 



TOTAL 


.„$ 383 


$ 198 


$ 402 


$ 500 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS _. 


...$ 15,017 


$ 8,630 


$ 3,816 


$ 2,725 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION 


.-_$101,541 


$104,368 


$166,075 


$151,657 



$ 51,600 
22,974 



$103,000 
60,567 



$ 23,000 
121,967 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 21,826 $ 74,574 


$163,567 $144,967 








EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 






1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Teaching Research and 

Extension $438,0 1 9 

Clerical 67,973 

Students 

Grad. Assts. 

Supv. Teachers 

Visiting Instructors - 

Other Labor 

TOTAL $505,992 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S. $ 5,844 

T.R.S 12,377 

Social Security 1 1 ,460 

Industrial Accident 



$530,803 


$541,199 


$665,570 


78,801 


33,513 


49,080 




19,985 


15,000 




3,640 


6,000 




10,400 


7,500 




31,944 


10,000 




14,007 


15,120 



$609,604 



$654,688 



$768,270 



$ 4,562 


$ 1,561 


$ 1,620 


12,081 


16,743 


17,997 


12,710 


7,956 


12,584 
1,356 



TOTAL 


._. $ 29,681 


$ 29,353 


$ 26,260 


$ 33,557 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


$535,673 


$638,957 


$680,940 


$801,827 



394 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 328 

Stationery and Forms 801 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 526 

Freight, Express 67 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 

Photos, Charts, Etc. .. 

Laboratory Supplies 3,585 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 68 

Subscriptions 1,903 

Other Supplies and Expense .— 5,548 

Railway Refunds 46 

Honorariums 

Student Teaching 

Supr. Expense 

Laundry 

Entertainment 387 

Classroom Supplies 4,531 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL OPERATING .„ $ 17,790 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 3,574 

Out-of-state 4,295 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 7,869 



$ 290 


$ 219 


$ 300 


2,239 


281 


650 




1,983 


3,000 


946 


790 


1,200 


83 


193 


400 


II 


119 


325 




913 


1,500 




105 


200 




3,244 


4,000 


36 


123 


150 


1,863 


1,134 


1,900 


16,305 


1,140 


1,800 


19 








1,431 


1,500 




509 


600 




112 


200 




749 


1,000 




8,356 


10,000 


731 


571 


1,000 



$ 22,523 



$ 21,972 



$ 29,725 



3,965 
8,839 



2,010 
4,297 



4,164 
4,930 



$ 12,804 



$ 6,307 



$ 9,094 



EDUCATION 



EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances $ 11,150 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 4,026 

Furniture and Fixtures 4,315 

Library and Reference 

Books __ 19,033 

Scientific Apparatus 8,335 

TOTAL $ 46,859 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 

Machinery and Appliances .— $ 1,310 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 1,746 

Furniture and Fixtures 5 

Scientific Apparatus 14 



$ 26,231 


$ 118 
12,829 


$ 150 
5,000 


5,265 
15,955 


1,312 
5,509 


750 
2,000 


25,585 
19,834 


21,315 
2,617 


17,300 
1,701 



$ 92,870 



$ 43,700 



$ 26,901 



666 

153 
46 
40 



1,561 

8 

1,406 



$ 1,200 
544 



TOTAL ---$ 3,075 


$ 905 


$ 3,063 


$ 1,744 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ...„ $ 49,934 


$ 93,775 


$ 46,763 


$ 28,645 




TOTAL EDUCATION $611,266 


$768,059 


$755,990 


$869,291 




EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
PHYSICAL PLANT Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 










Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers 

Cterical 

Students 



Physical Plant Labor 
TOTAL 



834 
55,771 



$ 56,605 



$ 7,745 
60,036 

$ 67,781 



$ 16,052 
10,384 
85,460 

$111,896 



$ 6,360 
10,080 

73,590 

$ 90,030 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. -.„-. 

Socrial Seciority 

Industrial Accident .. 



TOTAL 



$ 3,376 

40 

1,851 

25 

$ 5,292 



$ 2,971 

2,608 
1,579 

$ 7,158 



TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 



$ 56,605 



$ 67,781 



$117,188 



$ 97,188 



396 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennitun 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph $ 2,478 

Freight, Express 1,275 

Laboratory Supplies 

Gasoline and Oil 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 5,818 
Other Supplies and Expense .— 

Coal and Gas Heat 4,404 

Lights and Power 10,046 

Water 1 , 1 38 

Janitor Supplies and Expense _, 947 
Campus Supplies and Expense 

Other Insurance 109 

Assessments 

Miscellaneous 

Vehicle Expense 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 26,215 





$ 1,000 


$ 1,500 




349 


2,000 




1,382 


1,500 


$ 4,621 


4,452 


5,202 


1,898 


33 
123 


2,150 




2,452 


3,650 


6,316 


2,207 


2,250 




3,019 


1,800 


4,240 


5,828 


6,000 


11,637 


12,848 


13,500 


1,547 


2,750 


3,000 


2,971 


2,965 
2,121 


2,500 


464 


723 


130 


937 


113 

700 

28 


150 



$ 34,631 



$ 43,093 



$ 45,332 



TRAVEL 

In-State .-....$ 44 

Out-of-State ...- -. 

TOTAL TRAVEL _ $ 44 



$ 479 



$ 200 
$ 200 



EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 7,107 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 42,229 

Machinery and Appliances 8,346 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 1,099 

Furniture and Fixtures 9,563 

Other 443 

TOTAL $ 68,787 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 2,282 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 6,927 

Machinery and Appliances 2,215 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 1 56 

Furniture and Fixtures 26 



$ 22,034 

13,571 
18,056 

1,979 
13,399 



$ 69,039 



$ 31,526 

19,648 
8,851 

1,630 
7,769 



$ 69,424 



$ 25,192 

10,000 
2,200 

1,500 
9,000 



$ 47,892 



$ 268 

11,989 
1,368 

122 
159 



$ 1,336 

21,569 
4,044 

544 
4,215 



$ 600 

8,000 
2,000 

400 
4,000 



TOTAL 


$ 11,606 


$ 13,906 


$ 31,708 


$ 15,000 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .__. 


$ 80,393 


$ 82,945 


$101,132 


$ 62,892 




TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT 


$163,257 


$185,368 


$261,892 


$205,612 








EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 












RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AXJXILIARY ENTERPRISES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Clerical .-.. _ $ 181 $ 501 

Students 16,095 22,517 

Physical Plant Labor 

Dormitories Kitchen 28,733 36,624 

TOTAL $ 45,009 $ 59,642 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 498 $ 843 

Social Security 389 759 

TOTAL $ 887 $ 1,602 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 

BENEFITS $ 45,896 $ 61,244 



$ 230 








23,708 


$ 25,000 


$ 25,000 


$ 25,000 


9,100 


3,600 


7,200 


7,440 


24,192 


26,020 


28,000 


30,000 


5,870 


7,320 


10,000 


10,000 




3,300 


3,600 


3,720 



$ 63,100 



$ 65,240 



$ 73,800 



1,224 
1,126 



1,600 
1,400 



2,600 
1,650 



$ 2,350 



$ 3,000 



$ 4,250 



$ 65,450 



$ 68,240 



$ 78,050 



$ 76,160 



$ 2,800 
1,700 

$ 4,500 



$ 80,660 



398 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



RESIDENCE HAUS AND 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-61 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 



OPERATING 

Other Office Supplies $ 312 

Telephone and Telegraph 497 

Association Dues 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 355 
Subscriptions and Publications 

Coal and Gas Heat 1,920 

Lights and Power 1,810 

Water 625 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .. 651 

Fire Insurance 

Food Dormitories 43,833 

Kitchen Supplies and Expense .. 

Laundry 46 

House Supplies and Expense -— 1,098 

Miscellaneous 533 

Garbage Disposal 

Refunds 409 

Vending Machines 2,537 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 54,626 

TRAVEL 

Out-of-State $ 456 



$ 182 


$ 291 


$ 350 


$ 300 


S 300 


622 


517 


600 


600 


600 


122 


80 


80 






48 


796 


500 


500 


500 




60 


100 


100 


100 


2,100 


1,485 


1,920 


4,000 


4,000 


1,850 


1,305 


1,810 


3,000 


3,000 


1,007 


797 


960 


1,200 


1,200 


578 


1,499 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


338 










50,279 


55,956 


60,000 


70,000 


72,000 


2,012 


4,319 


3,500 


3,000 


3,000 


179 


2,397 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


1,770 


1,216 


1,200 


1,500 


1,500 


732 


1,386 


1,000 






2,648 


405 


800 


500 


500 


400 




400 


400 


400 


2,490 




2,500 







$ 67,357 



$ 72,509 



$ 78,720 



$ 88,100 



$ 461 



$ 427 



$ 700 



$ 500 



$ 90,100 



$ 500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 456 $ 461 


$ 427 $ 700 


$ 500 $ 500 






EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual Actual 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 



CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixhires $ 44,411 

Machinery and Appliances — . 4,043 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Ecjuipment 359 

Furniture and Fixtures 18,052 

TOTAL $ 66,865 



$2,400,000 



$ 5,168 
442 


$ 338,830 
3,672 


961,170 
7,500 


$ 


1,000 
500 


$ 


1,000 
500 


512 
18,342 


4,767 


1,000 
53,200 




250 




250 


$ 24,464 


$ 347,269 


$3,422,870 


$ 


1,750 


$ 


1,750 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 3 

Machinery and Appliances .— 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 

Furniture and Fixtures 



241 
895 



842 
23 



765 
760 

167 
273 



981 
683 



108 
528 



1,000 
500 



100 
500 



500 
500 



100 
350 



500 
500 



100 
350 



TOTAL $ 


2,001 


$ 


1,965 


$ 2,300 


$ 2,100 


$ 


1,450 


$ 


1,450 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ... $ 


68,866 


$ 


26,429 


$ 349,569 


$3,424,970 


$ 


3,200 


$ 


3,200 


TOTAL RESIDENCE HALLS & 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES . $ 


169,844 


$ 


155,491 


$ 487,955 


$3,572,630 


$ 


169,850 


$ 


174,460 



EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Program and Performance 

By statute, the Legislature has empowered Eastern Montana College of Education to prepare teachers in a four- 
year degree program for the schools of Montana and to conduct pre-professional work leading to transfer to other 
institutions to complete degree programs. During the past year, 1959-60, 1161 students were thus served in the regu- 
lar academic year. Budget figures for the coming biennium are based on an anticipated comparative enrollment 
of 1303/1305 respectively, although present indications are that the enrollment this fall for the current year may 
equal or surpass these figures. 

Related to the above functions are the service functions to school districts and their educational programs in 
the larger Eastern Montana community. Illustrative of this is the Cerebral Palsy Center, Mental Hygiene Clinic, 
Special Education, Summer Session program, and the Adult Education program. 



400 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



$712,517 
._ 518,140 



Balance $194,377 

Appropriation 1958-59 $671,224 

Expenditures 752,323 

Carry-over 9,001 



Reversion 



$104,277 



Carry-over . 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .... 



$ 9,001 
$806,994 
. 743,840 
. 1,335 

$ 70,820 

$822,509 
. 886,604 

$ 6,725 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Carry-over 



Reversion 



$322,892 
.. 310,619 

$ 12,273 

$369,302 
. 291,226 
. 1,475 
. 56,267 



..$ 32,607 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estim.ated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .... 



$ 56,267 

. $368,836 

.. 378,656 

343 

$ 46,104 

. $385,049 
. 385,049 

$ 46,104 



House Purchase and Repair 



Transfer from I. & S. 
Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1958 
Expenditures 



Balance lune 30, 1959 
Balance June 30, 1960 



-$25,000.00 
.. 24,854.80 



$ 145.20 
129.07 



16.13 
16.13 



Building Fee Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Income 



..$12,603.12 
.. 13,581.52 



Balance June 30, 1958 $26,184.64 

Income 30,368.75 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditiires 



$56,553.39 

47,442.40 

59,130.58 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$44,865.21 



EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Men's Residence Hall Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 5,264.31 

Income 57,500.00 

Expenditiires 49,130.85 

Balance June 30, 1958 $13,633.46 

Expenditures -.- 13,633.46 

Balance June 30, 1959 



Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 8,507.68 

Income 9,834.04 

Expenditures 12,628.54 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,713.18 

Income 32,227.27 

Expenditures 33,832.75 

Balance June 30, 1959... $ 4,107.70 

Income 28,730.58 

Expenditures 3,87 1 .9 1 

Balance June 30, 1960 $28,966.37 



Vets Education 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $1,309.93 

Income 8,238.00 

Expenditures 9,494.55 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 53.38 

Income 1 ,067.00 

Expenditures 1 ,022.49 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 97.89 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 97.89 



Eastern Montana College Bond Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 ___.._ $38.19 

Balance June 30, 1958 $38.19 

Balance June 30, 1959 $38.19 

Balance June 30, 1960 $38.19 



402 

EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $31,483.51 

Income 3,638.13 

Transfer to House Purch. 

and Repair Fund 25,000.00 

Expenditures ..- 8,880.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 1,241.64 

Income _- 47,916.49 

Transfer Out - 38.13 

Expenditures 8,580.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 _ $40,540.00 

Income 

Expenditures - 9,280.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 $31,260.00 



Physical Education 
Advance Planning 

Income $12,500.00 

Expenditures 12,500.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 .-- 



Physical Education 
Interest and Sinking 

Income -. $7 1 ,059.38 

Expenditures -- --. - 35,220.45 



Balance June 30, 1960 $35,838.93 



Physical Education Construction 

Income $1,466,000.00 

Expenditures 1 ,416,090.68 



Balance June 30, 1960 -.$ 49,909.32 



^ 



EDUCATION 
SUMMARY OF— WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 














403 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 




1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 




1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administrcrtion _. .„ 

Education , .. 

Physical Plant . 

Sub Total 
Equipment 

Land and Buildings 

Capitol „ 


__$ 49,634 

„ 196,045 

125,362 

__ 371,041 

21,584 

.. 530,909 
.. 166,065 

~ 1,089,599 
... 148,407 


$ 56,460 
218,313 

110,321 

385,094 

24,018 

504,640 

13,604 

80,124 

1,007,480 

116,727 

(612) 


$ 


63,061 
234,534 
121,512 
419,107 

10,761 

72,016 
43,480 
89,080 
634,444 
125,804 


$ 


83,989 
270,063 
105,394 
459,446 

13,348 

9,000 

52,722 

534,516 

110,235 


$ 


39,449 
296,000 

46,411 

381,860 

6,395 

6,394 

58,230 

452,879 

120,868 


$ 


39,502 
296,398 

46,473 

382,373 

6,750 


Repairs --- 

Debt Service 


6,750 
57,650 


Sub Tntril 


453,523 


Residence Halls 

Transfer 


127,815 


TOTAL 


.$1,238,006 


$1,123,595 


$ 


760,248 


$ 


644,751 


$ 


573,747 


$ 


581,338 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 
Salaries ^. 


„$ 330,742 


$ 337,509 

44,047 

3,538 

24,018 

504,640 
13,604 
80,124 

116,727 
(612) 


$ 


355,842 

58,102 

5,163 

10,761 

72,016 

43,480 

89,080 

125,804 


$ 


382,556 

72,890 

4,000 

13,348 

9,000 

52,722 

110,235 


$ 


Not Segregc 

58,230 $ 
120,868 


rted 


Operating — - 

Travel .— 

Equipment 

Land and Buildings 

Capital -- - 

Repairs 

Debt Service 

Residence Halls _ _ 


_. 37,510 

2,789 

__ 21,584 

__ 530,909 
.. 166,065 

" 148,407 


57,650 
127,815 


Transfer 








TOTAL 


$1,238,006 


$1,123,595 


$ 


760,248 


$ 


644,751 


$ 


573,747 


$ 


581,338 








FINANCING 
General Fund 


_$ 431,096 
... 126,328 
... 148,409 
._ 516,641 
10,615 
4,917 


$ 293,062 

140,939 

133,850 

76,676 

31 

416,037 

63,000 


$ 


334,964 

129,032 

172,815 

70,368 

11,001 

42,068 


$ 


335,881 
145,913 
114,957 

20,000 
28,000 


$ 


221,529 
153,120 
151,098 

20,000 
28,000 


$ 


226,162 


Millage Fund 

Student Dorm Fund 

Student Housing 


149,711 
157,465 


Building Repair 

Interest and Income 

Men's Dorm 


20,000 


Interest and Sinking 1957 


28,000 






TOTAL FINANCING 


.$1,238,006 


$1,123,595 


$ 


760,248 


$ 


644,751 


$ 


573,747 


$ 


581,338 



404 

WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTBATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 30,977 

Clerical 3,000 

Students 2,678 

Other Labor - - 3,175 

TOTAL $ 39,830 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S -.$ 3,864 

T.R.S. ...- - 

Social Security _ 

Industrial Accident .— 

TOTAL $ 3,864 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS - $ 43,694 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 83 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,886 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 436 

Other Supplies and Expense .... 910 

Other Insurance 

Utilities 340 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 4,655 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,285 



$ 35,407 


$ 32,740 


$ 44,450 


3,600 


10,453 


14,335 


1,859 


2,142 


3.585 


4,207 


1,129 


2,084 



$ 45,073 



$ 46,464 



$ 64,454 



$ 2,785 



$ 2,785 



$ 3,305 


$ 1,300 




480 


635 


1,430 




125 



$ 3,940 



$ 3,335 



$ 47,858 



$ 50,404 



$ 67,789 



$ 1,279 


$ 87 


$ 2,000 
1,400 
1,600 


4,311 


4,564 


4,000 
600 


663 


1,746 


1,500 


1,197 


5,158 
142 


2,900 
1,200 



$ 7,450 



$ 11,697 



$ 15,200 



503 
458 



520 
480 



$ 1,152 



$ 961 



$ 1,000 



EDUCATION 



WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 942 

Machinery and Apphances 562 

Furniture and Fixtures 2,938 

TOTAL $ 4,442 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 3,466 

Machinery and Appliances 65 

Furniture and Fixtures 

OTAL 

OTAL capit; 

OTAL ADMIN 

DEBT SERVICE 

Bonds Redeemed 
Interest 



300 
654 



1,536 $ 1,000 

755 



$ 954 



$ 2,291 $ 1,000 



$ 


396 


$ 9,720 




103 


73 
50 



$ 1,000 



TOTAL 


.$ 3,531 


$ 499 


$ 9,843 


$ 1,000 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS __ 


_.$ 7,973 


$ 1,453 


$ 12,134 


$ 2,000 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION ...... 


... $ 57,607 


$ 57,913 


$ 75,196 


$ 85,989 



$ 80,124 



14,000 
25,722 
13,000 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 80,124 


$ 89,080 $ 52,722 








WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Bietmium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 8,000 $ 8,400 $ 10,800 

Teaching Research and 

Extension $164,121 184,172 200,117 212,000 

Students _ 4,401 3,358 2,325 4,000 

Other Labor 12,983 7,960 10,000 

TOTAL.... _ $181,505 $195,530 $218,802 $236,800 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. $ 5,008 

Social Security 4,364 

Industrial Accident _ 

TOTAL ..-.. ...$ 9,372 $ 12,302 $ 6,961 $ 12,023 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS .$190,877 $207,832 $225,763 $248,823 







$ 297 


$ 4,500 


$ 6,462 


6,960 


7,802 


499 


4,320 
446 



406 

WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



1 957 Bienniiun 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Stationery cmd Forms 

Other Office Supplies $ 37 

Freight, Express -- 61 

Association Dues 370 

Laboratoiy Supplies 599 

Other Supplies and Expense 285 

Rcrilway Refunds 37 

Student Teaching 

Supr. Expense 

Correspondence Study 709 

Athletic Supplies 1,566 

Audio-Visual Supplies 

Music and Art Supplies 

TOTAL OPERATING _$ 3,664 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 







$ 800 


$ 56 


$ 104 


200 


140 


107 


100 


310 


515 


500 


483 


611 


1,600 


641 


399 


800 


36 


26 


40 
10,000 


1,505 


1,352 


1,500 


4,153 


1,058 


3,000 


187 


38 


200 


584 


359 


500 



$ 8,095 



$ 4,569 



$ 19,240 



3,149 
1,053 



1,500 
500 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,504 $ 2,386 


$ 4,202 $ 2,000 




WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-80 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 464 $ 4,593 $ 1,542 

Machinery and Appliances 1,454 6,553 

Furniture and Fixtures ,- 4,657 5,584 534 

Library and Reference 

Books 2,243 3,322 3,266 

Scientific Apparatus 254 

TOTAL $ 8,818 $20,306 $ 5,342 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 245 $ 2,990 $ 6,297 

Machinery and Appliances 1,053 479 820 

Hand Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 33 13 

TOTAL $ 1.298 $ 3,502 $ 7,130 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ■■.,$ 10.116 $ 23,808 $ 12,472 

TOTAL EDUCATION $206,161 $242,121 $247,006 



$ 1,348 



4,000 
3,000 

$ 8,348 



$ 2,000 



$ 2,000 



$ 10,348 



$280,411 



WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-81 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-83 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 6,194 

Students 27,443 

Physical Plant Lxtbor 48,834 

Other Labor 10,076 

TOTAL $ 92,547 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

Social Security 

Industrial Accident 



$ 5,200 


$ 5,500 


$ 5,800 


41,361 


34,161 


22,884 


29,351 


33,809 


33,624 


4,282 


4,425 





$ 80,194 



$ 77,895 



$ 62,308 















$ 


1,305 


$ 


2,933 


$ 


683 


$ 


1,404 




1,120 




691 




942 




377 




1,211 



TOTAL 


- $ 3,624 


$ 1,625 


$ 1,781 


$ 3,636 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEHTS . - 


$ 96,171 


$ 81,819 


$ 79,676 


$ 65,944 









WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1980-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1982-63 



Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Freight, Express $ 270 

Gasoline and Oil 1 ,098 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 48 

Coal and Gas Heat 17,802 

Lights and Power 4,460 

Water 1,410 

Janitor Supplies and Expense -- 2,180 

Campus Supplies and Expense 379 

Automobile Insurance 61 

Other Insurance 

Garbage Disposal 94 

Engineer & Plumbing Supp. 1,389 

Legal Expense 

Paving Taxes 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 29,191 



17 



188 


$ 222 


$ 200 


1,189 


2,041 


2,000 




798 


700 


13,883 


19,213 


20,000 


5,983 


5,024 


6,000 


2,218 


1,631 


2,000 


1,396 


5,827 


2,000 


859 


1,903 


1,500 


488 


208 


300 


42 






159 


125 


150 


124 


800 


600 


1,956 








4,044 


4,000 



$ 28,502 



$ 41,836 



$ 39,450 



408 

WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Lanci and Land 

Improvements 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures .- $529,503 

Machinery and Appliances 940 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment ____ 

Furniture and Fixtures 2,090 



TOTAL 



$532,533 



$ 4,228 

495,819 
628 

268 
293 

$501,236 



$ 70,474 
581 

165 



$ 71,220 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 2,100 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 160,254 

Machinery and Appliances 2,299 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment .___. 179 

Furniture and Fixtures 2,177 

House Supplies 927 



$ 5,460 


$ 


598 




4,758 
3,459 




26,865 
2,336 


$ 7,000 
3,000 


1,194 
601 
293 




632 





TOTAL $167,936 


$ 15,765 


$ 30,431 


$ 10,000 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS _- $700,469 


$517,001 


$101,651 


$ 10,000 




TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT $825,831 


$627,322 


$223,163 


$115,394 








WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual Actual 
AUXaiARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 2,250 

Clerical 3,000 

Students 5,018 

Other Labor 3,123 

Dormitories Kitchen 10,171 

TOTAL _,__,..$ 23,562 $ 20,801 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

Social Security $ 58 

Industrial Accident 



$ 2,250 


$ 2,500 


S 2,500 


$ 2,500 


$ 2,500 


3,600 


2,925 


3,000 


3,150 


3,330 


3,557 


18,032 


8,000 


8,000 


8,000 


3,098 


6,401 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


8,296 


9,268 


10,000 


12,100 


12,700 



$ 39,126 



$ 29,500 



$ 31,750 



100 



$ 32,530 



$ 


415 


$ 


486 


$ 


510 




375 




442 




503 




205 




465 




477 



TOTAL..... _ 





$ 58 


$ 100 


$ 995 


$ 1,393 


$ 1,490 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEHTS 


.._.-.-.$ 23,562 


$ 20,859 


$ 39,226 


$ 30,495 


$ 33,143 


$ 34,020 



WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Postage - 

Other Office Supplies .._„ --„_ 

Telephone and Telegraph . 

Subscriptions 

Other Supplies and Expense .— 

Coal and Gas Heat $ 1,944 

Lights and Power 383 

Water 460 

Janitor Supplies and Expense -..- 378 

Food Dormitories 52,469 

Laundry 2,140 

House Supplies and Expense .— 1,399 

Garbage Removal 

Insurance 





$ 117 


$ 120 


$ 100 


S 100 




45 


100 


50 


50 




472 


500 


500 


500 


$ 29 










513 


1,890 


1,500 


700 


700 


460 


1,065 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 


1,264 


1,956 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


595 


40 


500 


400 


400 


27 


531 


500 


300 


300 


79,969 


58,804 


60,000 


65,000 


70,000 


753 


2,815 


2,600 


2,000 


2,000 


2,158 


2,377 


2,300 


2,000 


2,000 




9 


20 


25 


25 




31 









TOTAL OPERATING $ 59,173 $ 85,768 


$ 70,152 $ 71,340 


$ 74,275 $ 79,275 






TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 90 










WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual Actual 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 1,066 

Machinery and Appliances 1,183 

Furniture and Fixtures 3,661 

TOTAL $ 5,910 



$ 7,814 
$ 7,814 



$ 509 

878 
819 

6,280 

$ 8,486 



$ 500 

900 
900 

4,000 

$ 6,300 



500 

850 
1,800 
2,000 



$ 5,150 



$ 500 

1,020 
2,000 
2,000 

$ 5,520 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 
Improvements 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 49,591 

Machinery and Appliances 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 

Furniture and Fixtures 10,081 



$ 106 



$ 387 


6,929 
758 


$ 1,000 
600 


$ 5,000 
1,500 


$ 5,000 
1,500 


1,899 


26 
121 


500 


1,800 


2,500 



TOTAL 


..-$ 59,672 


$ 2,286 


$ 7,940 


$ 2,100 


$ 8,300 


$ 9,000 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ... 


...$ 65,582 


$ 10,100 


$ 16,426 


$ 8,400 


$ 13,450 


$ 14,520 


TOTAL RESIDENCE HALTS & 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES - 


...$148,407 


$116,727 


$125,804 


$110,235 


$120,868 


$127,815 



410 

AGENCY— WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



Program and Performance 

Western Montana College of Education prepares teachers for the elementary and secondary schools of Mon- 
tana. It offers advanced professional training leading to the Montana Professional Certificate and the Master's de- 
gree in Education. In addition Western offers general college and pre-professionol curricula for those preparing for 
fields other than teaching. Western operates on the quarter system, offering four quarters per year. 



Gross Enrollment 









Actual 








19S7 


1958 




1959 


I960 




239 


297 
429 




280 
487 


299 


Fall ...„ 


334 





500 



Predicted 




1361 


1962 


310 


320 


530 


550 



Diplomas and Degrees Granted 



1956-57__ 
1957-58„-. 
1958-59_^.. 
1959-60_. 



2 Year 
Diploma 

99 

55 

..-_-83 
53 



Bachelor in 
Elem. Ed. 

35 
36 
33 
28 



Bachelor in 
Sec. Ed. 

12 
34 
33 
42 



Master in 
Education 

4 

6 

7 

11 



WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $296,124 

Expenditures --- 431,098 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



J$134,974) 

. $429,305 

. 293,067 

1,034 

.. $ 230 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures — - 

Transfer Out 

Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



,_$ 1,034 

..$336,371 

. 334,964 

925 

.$ 1,516 

, $335,881 
.- 335,881 

,.$ 1,516 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 ..... 
Expenditures 



Balance 



MiUage Fund 



$128,782 
.. 126,289 



.$ 2,493 



Appropriation 1958-59 $148,523 

Expenditures 1 40,9 1 7 

Transfer Out 605 



Reversion 



..$ 9,494 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance . 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion ... . 



$141,860 
. 129,006 



$ 12,854 

$145,913 

145,913 



..$ 12,854 



Student Union Housing 



Income 

Expenditures 



.-$530,000.00 
._ 516,640.99 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 13,359.01 

Income 67,417.06 

Transfer Out 4,100.00 

Expenditures 76,676.07 



Balance June 30, 1959 



Western Montana College 
Building and Repair 

Balance July 1, 1957 $10,614.78 

Expenditures 10,614.78 



Balance June 30, 1958 



412 

WESTERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,317.13 

Income 631.18 

Expenditures 4,917.39 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 30.92 

Expenditures 30.92 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $12,000.00 

Expenditures 11,001.35 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 998.65 



Vets Education 
U.S. Aid 



Balance July 1, 1957 .. 

Balance June 30, 1958 

Expenditures 



$ 


.69 


$ 


.69 


$ 


.69 



Balance June 30, 1959 



West Montana Bond Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ .10 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ .10 

Expenditures . 1 

Balance June 30, 1959 



Western Montana College 
Men's Dorm Const 1958 

Income $4 1 6,250.00 

Expenditures 416,037.12 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 212.88 

Income 74,783.01 

Expenditures 70,368.25 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 4,627.64 

Western Montana College 1957 Bldgs. 
Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 



Income $38,328.19 



Balance June 30, 1958 $38,328.19 

Income 64,725.29 

Expenditures 63,000.00 

Transfer Out 11,855.17 



Balance June 30, 1959 $28,198.31 

Income 28,730.62 

Expenditures 42,068.43 

Transfer Out 12,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 2,860.50 



SUMMARY OF— NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 89,335 

Education 291,147 

Physical Plant 82,385 

Sub Total 462,867 

Equipment 59,952 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 322,146 

Repairs 5,094 

Debt Service 18,060 

Sub Total 868,119 

Residence Halls 1 19,610 

Loons Paid 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1960-61 



93,574 
344,703 

93,094 
531,371 

53,202 

121,291 
17,316 
150,437 
873,617 
148,710 



$107,469 
385,942 

93,326 
586,737 

52,308 

599,712 

10,134 

79,728 

1,328,619 

168,332 

324,780 



112,203 
430,220 

94,971 
637,394 

32,107 

4,211 

4,015 

91,140 

768,867 

184,848 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



52,803 
396,200 

62,122 
511,125 

12,000 



4,118 
108,970 
636,213 
191,776 



54,076 
405,748 

63,619 
523,443 

12,000 



4,118 
112,387 
651,948 
199,055 



TOTAL $ 987,729 



$1,022,327 $1,821,731 $ 953,715 $ 827,989 $ 851,003 



DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries $ 395,478 

Operating 52,369 

Travel 15,020 

Equipment 59,952 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 322,146 

Repairs 5,094 

Debt Service 18,060 

Residence Halls 1 19,610 

Loons Paid 



465,524 
51,642 
14,205 
53,202 

121,291 

17,316 

150,437 

148,710 



514,544 
57,312 
14,881 
52,308 

599,712 

10,134 

79,728 

168,332 

324,780 



563,098 
60,570 
13,726 
32,107 

4,211 

4,015 

91,140 



Not Segregated 



108,970 
191,776 



112,387 
199,055 



TOTAL $ 987,729 



$1,022,327 $1,821,731 $ 953,715 $ 827,989 $ 851,003 



FINANCING 

General Fund $ 419,947 

Millage Fund 165,100 

Local Funds 99,610 

Student-Foculty Housing 16,187 

Public Entrance 108 

Morgan Hall Furnishing 8,858 

Dorm. Construction 1956 225,855 

Armory Gym Construction 1,192 

Donaldson Hall Income - 20,000 

Veterans Education U.S 2,737 

Interest ond Sinking ._ - 10,000 

Bond Construction 6,442 

Armory Gym Retire. & Sinking 8,060 

Claims Payable 3,633 

Retirement and Sinking ,_— 

Morgan Hall Addn. Const. 

Student Union Plon. & Const 

Armory Gym Construction 

Transfer Bond Int. & Sink. 

Morgon Hall Retire. & Sinking _ 
Married Students Apt. Const.- 
Morried Students Apt. Fum. ...- 
First National Bank of Havre 

Loan Payable 

Student Union Int. & Sink. 



415,012 

202,699 

128,708 

4,722 



2,833 



$ 541,814 

188,066 

171,939 

2,974 

2,723 

200 



20,000 




1,617 


1,914 


9,680 


9,360 


792 




127,097 


16,009 


13,660 




10,519 


320,425 


2,875 


423,361 


82,138 


9,438 


(25) 






20,241 




82,561 




195 



30,511 



459,370 
218,357 
188,107 



9,040 
36,075 



39,016 



3,750 



257,759 
272,743 
191,776 



8,720 
35,875 



49,616 



11,500 



269,575 
273,245 
199,055 



8,400 
36,675 



52,673 



11,380 



TOTAL FINANCING $ 987,729 $1,022,327 $1,821,731 $ 953,715 $ 827,989 



$ 851,003 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



19S7 BiennSum 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers 

Clerical, Regular 

Students and Temporary -_ 
Other Labor — Counselor 
and Student Union Direct. 



37,084 

24,217 

3,460 



TOTAL -- $ 64,761 



36,930 

26,183 

4,975 



$ 68,088 



$ 40,901 

30,776 

6,315 

2,810 

$ 80,802 



$ 42,175 

32,000 

4,395 

3,618 

$ 82,188 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. 

Social Security 

Industrial Accidenl .. 



993 

778 

1,126 

487 



1,132 
702 

1,222 
102 



$ 1,229 

884 

1,641 

54 



1,215 
985 

1,735 
480 



TOTAL-. „.... 


-.. .$ 3,384 


$ 3,158 


$ 3,808 


$ 4,415 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


$ 68,145 


$ 71,246 


$ 84,610 


$ 86,603 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins — . 
Other Supplies and Expense 

Other Insurance — 

College Commencements 

Entertainment 

Miscellaneous _. 



2,340 
3,454 
1,626 
3,965 
23 
420 
3,455 
1,400 

673 
607 



TOTAL OPERATING _$ 17,963 



$ 2,271 


$ 1,696 


$ 2,700 


2,860 


2,699 


3,580 


1,478 


1,574 


2,250 


3,933 


5,618 


5,300 


10 


42 


45 


610 


660 


835 


3,956 


4,496 


4,600 


1,102 


260 


700 


119 


119 


150 


1,361 


470 


750 


540 


633 


690 


929 


1,553 


900 



$ 19,169 



$ 19,820 



$ 22,500 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



2,069 
1,158 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 3,227 



1,664 
1,495 



$ 3,159 



1,553 
1,486 



$ 3,039 



1,600 
1,500 



$ 3,100 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

I957-S8 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimote 

1959-80 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 



Machinery and Appliances ._ 


___$ 671 


$ 534 


$ 1,066 


$ 435 


Hanci Tools and Petty 










Equipment 


391 


124 


637 


185 


Furniture and Fixtures _ . 


563 


884 


661 


450 


Library and Reference 






Books 


112 


239 


166 


110 


Scientific Apparatus 




216 







TOTAL $ 1 ,737 



$ 1,997 



$ 2,530 



$ 1,180 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances $ 497 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 17 

Furniture and Fixtures 5 

Library and Reference 

Books - 39 

Scientific Apparatus 



10 



50 
14 



$ 1,505 



$ 975 

25 
40 

10 



TOTAL 


$ 558 


$ 772 


$ 1,507 


$ 1,050 








TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .. 


-..$ 2,295 


$ 2,769 


$ 4,037 


$ 2,230 


TOTAL ADMINISTRATION . _ _ 


-$ 91,630 


$ 96,343 


$111,506 


$114,433 









DEBT SERVICE 
Bonds Redeemed 
Interest 



..$ 11,000 
.. 7,060 



TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 18,060 



$140,097 
10,340 

$150,437 



$ 52,316 
27,412 

$ 79,728 



$ 22,684 
68,456 

$ 91,140 



416 

NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Teaching Research and 

Extension $248,460 

Clerical 2,629 

Students 5,575 

Other Labor 101 

Student Librarian Assistants .— 2,320 

TOTAL $259,085 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S -.- $ 145 

T.R.S. -. _ 7,080 

Social Security 4,368 

Industrial Accident 



$301,118 
4,520 
4,577 

2,747 

$312,962 



$327,007 
8,663 
4,295 

2,928 

$342,893 



$372,540 
10,010 
2,795 

3,000 

$388,345 



$ 212 


$ 312 


$ 300 


8,254 


10,429 


11,550 


5,811 


7,666 


7,700 


289 


169 


775 



TOTAL $ 11,593 $ 14,566 


$ 18,576 $ 20,325 




TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $270,678 $327,528 


$361,469 $408,670 




NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 215 

Stationery and Forms 39 

Other Office Supplies 78 

Telephone and Telegraph 157 

Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 

Subscriptions 943 

Other Supplies and Expense — . 9,566 

Railway Refunds 

Student Teaching 

Supr. Expense 

Laundry 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 10,998 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-state 

TOTAL TRAVEL ....$ 9,471 



$ 214 


$ 783 $ 


900 


47 


184 


200 


31 


226 


300 


334 


625 


700 


67 


46 


45 




57 


100 
150 


775 


1,037 


1,300 


6,667 


7,660 


7,850 


15 


12 


15 


(Included in travel 


and salaries) 






225 


275 


971 


2,291 


440 



$ 9,121 



$ 13,146 



$ 12,275 



.$ 6,783 
2,688 


$ 6,101 
1,953 


$ 8,111 
3,216 


$ 6,800 
2,475 







$ 8,054 



$ 11,327 



$ 9,275 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 




EDUCATION 








417 


EDUCATION 




1957 Biennium 
Rclual Actual 
957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1980-61 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1982-83 


Not Segregated 


CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances . 
Hand Tools and Petty 
Equipment 


.-$ 


4,789 

2,366 
1,345 

3,639 
5,731 


$ 5,133 

2,415 
1,962 

3,881 
15,879 


$ 4,471 

1,846 
2,523 

4,810 

7,790 

94 

140 


$ 


4,000 

775 
2,302 

4,355 
6,125 

200 




Furniture and Fixtures 






Library and Reference 
Books 






Scientific Apparatus 

Museum and Collections 






Library of Congress Cards ... 






TOTAL ...._ 


...$ 


17,870 


$ 29,270 


$ 21,674 


$ 


17,757 





REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Machinery and Appliances — .. $ 2,359 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 125 

Furniture and Fixtures 

Library and Reference 

Books 

Scientific Apparatus 604 



$ 3,519 

759 
5 

6 
813 



2,701 



906 
191 



$ 2,050 

695 
75 



1,050 



TOTAL $ 3,088 


$ 5,102 


$ 4,220 


$ 3,870 




TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .... $ 20,958 


$ 34,372 


$ 25,894 


$ 21,627 




TOTAL EDUCATION $312,105 


$379,075 


$411,836 


$451,847 




NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
PHYSICAl PLANT Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimote 
1959-60 1960-81 


1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1981-82 1962-63 


Not Segregated 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 5,360 

Clerical 2,827 

Shjdents 6,159 

Physical Plant Labor „. „..- 27,082 

Other Labor— Extra .__.. 11,627 

Night Watchman 

Student Crews 

TOTAL $ 53,055 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 1,409 

T.R.S. 150 

Social Security 1 ,089 

Industrial Accident 952 

TOTAL $ 3,600 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $ 56,655 



$ 6,073 


$ 6,480 


$ 6,800 


3,080 


3,368 


4,104 


6,508 


7,973 


10,313 


34,216 


34,529 


37,214 


12,052 


11,136 


3,050 


270 


475 


492 
1,500 



$ 62,199 



$ 63,961 



$ 63,473 



$ 1,780 


$ 1,412 


$ 1,460 


150 


192 


192 


1,363 


1,652 


1,400 


1,258 


1,248 


1,300 



$ 4,551 



$ 4,504 



$ 4,352 



$ 66,750 



$ 68,465 



$ 67,825 



418 

NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

19S7-S8 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Se^egated 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 5 

Stationery and Forms 

Other Office Supplies 1 8 

Telephone and Telegraph 331 

Freight, Express 9 

Hardware and Sundry Supp. 1,115 

Subscriptions 

Other Supplies and Expense .— 269 

Coal and Gas Heat 12,735 

Lights and Power 

Water 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .. 1,179 

Campus Supplies and Expense 681 

Automobile Insurance 97 

Taxes 1,544 

Rentals 5,425 

Boiler Inspection 



TOTAL OPERATING 



..$ 23,408 



$ 10 


S 10 


S 15 




29 


60 


75 


54 


50 


399 


560 


175 


15 


33 


25 


1,892 


2,994 


2,000 


12 


5 


20 


24 






15,817 


6,380 


8,500 




6,968 


7,000 




2,598 


3,000 


1,681 


1,462 


2,000 


653 


729 


450 


388 


276 


400 


1,888 


2,048 


2,050 


168 


195 




330 


5 


50 



$ 23,352 



$ 24,346 



$ 25,795 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-state 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,322 



.$ 2,090 
232 


$ 2,848 
144 


$ 


375 
140 


$ 1,176 
175 



$ 2,992 



$ 515 



$ 1,351 



EDUCATION 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Not Segregated 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 13,386 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 308,760 

Machinery and Appliances 7,165 

Hand Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 359 

Furniture and Fixtures 24,930 

Library and Reference 
Books 



TOTAL 



$354,600 



$ 13,984 



$130,837 



$ 3,422 



$618,093 



$ 2,835 



107,307 
227 


596,290 
1,853 


1,376 
600 


526 
8,776 


615 
15,911 


500 
300 


17 


2 





$ 5,611 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 661 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 4,433 

Machinery and Appliances 3,987 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 224 

Furniture and Fixtures 

Library and Reference 34 



$ 4,973 

12,343 
6,177 

324 
14 



$ 1,250 



2,739 



599 
658 



$ 500 

3,515 
6,100 

450 
300 



TOTAL 


....$ 9,339 


$ 23,831 


$ 14,130 


$ 10,865 


TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . 


....$363,939 


$154,668 


$632,223 


$ 16,476 


TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT ....... 


... $446,324 


$247,762 


$725,549 


$111,447 



EDUCATION 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 
AUXILLRRY ENTERPRISES 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Night Watchman .— 

Clerical - - 

Students _-- $ 16,342 

Other Labor 580 

Dormitories Kitchen 9,644 

Dietitian, House Mother 11,491 

Janitors & Maids Head Res. 7,390 



TOTAL . 



$ 45,447 



$ 1,006 


$ 1,425 


$ 1,425 


$ 1,425 


$ 1,425 




123 


150 


175 


200 


22,826 


20,728 


22,360 


22,000 


24,400 


365 


331 








12,393 


13,745 


16,690 


15,500 


17,000 


15,613 


13,282 


17,910 


16,000 


16,000 


9,922 


8,317 


9,000 


9,200 


9,400 



$ 62,125 



$ 57,951 



$ 67,535 



$ 64,300 



$ 68,425 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. 

Social Security 

Industrial Accident .. 



711 
157 
736 
365 



982 
194 
876 
824 



1,061 

96 

1,053 

1,005 



1,417 

120 

1,402 

1,347 



$ 1,235 

180 

1,460 

1,125 



1,270 

180 

1,500 

1,170 



TOTAL $ 1,969 $ 2,876 


$ 3,215 


$ 4,286 


$ 4,000 


$ 4,120 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $ 47,416 $ 65,001 


$ 61,166 


$ 71,821 


$ 68,300 


$ 72,545 


NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 


1957 Biennium 
RESIDENCE HALLS AND Actual Actual 
AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 19E0-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 1 

Stationery and Forms 28 

Other Office Supp. 204 

Telephone and Telegraph 385 

Freight, Express 8 

Siibscriptions 8 

Goal and Gas Heat 3,959 

Lights and Power 2,063 

Water : 4,236 

Janitor Supp. and Expense 54 

Other Insurance ._ 5,344 

Food and Merchandise 46,267 

Laundry 1,408 

House Supplies and Expense .... 1,313 

Fiscal Agts. and Legal Fees 3 

Taxes - 108 

Miscellaneous 

Surety Bonds 35 

TOTAL OPERATING _.... $ 65,424 



$ 28 


$ 24 


$ 45 


$ 25 


$ 25 


8 


51 


50 


25 


25 


191 


192 


175 


150 


150 


390 
9 

21 


577 


610 


500 


500 










4,512 


5,543 


6,725 


7,450 


7,500 


3,142 


3,607 


3,880 


4,000 


4,200 


4,960 


6,025 


6,905 


7,165 


7,200 


178 


35 


320 


200 


200 


432 


286 


543 


740 


745 


57,855 


73,762 


81,828 


92,036 


93,540 


1,414 


2,157 


2,595 


2,500 


2,500 


2,398 


2,474 


2,555 


2,500 


2,500 


163 


266 


290 


300 


300 


105 

4 
51 


153 


175 


175 


200 


54 


81 


105 


125 



$ 75,861 



$ 95,206 



$106,777 



$117,871 



$119,710 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



TOTAL TRAVEL 



56 
120 



$ 176 



149 
176 



$ 325 



150 
300 



$ 450 



150 
200 



$ 350 



150 
200 



$ 350 



I 

I EDUCATION 

NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



RESIDENCE HALLS AND 19S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 40 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 1,599 $ 45 

Machinery and Appliances -- 685 $ 1,893 932 $ 750 $ 800 $ 900 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment - 200 243 530 50 100 100 

Furniture and Fixtures 369 735 3,150 900 930 1,450 

Library and Reference 

Books 8 



TOTAL $ 2,893 $ 2,871 $ 4,665 $ 1,700 $ 1,830 $ 2,450 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 2,694 $ 3,331 $ 3,674 $ 3,150 $ 2,800 $ 2,600 

Machinery and Appliances -.- 708 386 1,708 700 200 300 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 114 391 212 50 25 100 

Furniture and Fixtures 361 693 1,376 200 400 1,000 



TOTAL $ 3,877 $ 4,801 $ 6,970 $ 4,100 $ 3,425 $ 4,000 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .-.-.$ 6,770 $ 7,672 $11,635 $ 5,800 $ 5,255 $ 6,450 

TOTAL RESIDENCE HALLS & 

AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES $119,610 $148,710 $168,332 $184,848 $191,776 $199,055 



422 

AGENCY— NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Program and Perionnance 

L PROGRAM 

The purposes of Northern Montana College ore as follows: 

1. To provide the basic knowledge necessary for intelligent participation as a citizen in today's society. 

2. To provide opportiinities for exploring fields of work and a tjuidance and counseling program which 
will aid the student in utilizing to the fullest his personal and vocational competencies. 

3. To provide terminal courses in various fields for the student who does not want a four-year college 
course. 

4. To provide students with a solid foundation upon which to build careers in the professions at Northern 
Montana College and at other institutions. 

5. To prepare teachers for the elementary and secondary schools of Montana. 

6. To imbue the student with an understanding of the significance of the Northern Great Plains Region. 
To this end, all courses have varying orientations to the particular economic and social characteristics 
of the region. 

Northern Montana College, a unit of the University of Montana, is accredited by the Northwest Association of 
Secondary and Higher Schools and by the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Educcrtion. Northern Mon- 
tana College is composed of the following instructional divisions: 

1. Teacher Education 

2. Basic Curricula (Liberal Arts) 

3. Vocational-Technical 

Supplementing the work of instructional divisions are the following divisions: 

1. Student Personnel Services 

2. Treasurer 

3. Library 

4. Physical Plant 

Authorization to do work in some fifteen vocational-technical fields was approved by the Board of Educcrtion in 
1951. The four-year program in Teacher Education was approved in April of 1954. Authorization was also given at 
this time to grant the master's degree, but this has not been started because it was felt that we should strengthen 
our undergraduate program first. This has been accomplished, and we are ready to proceed with the master's 
program. 

n. PERFORMANCE 

Probably the best measure of performance is the number of individuals served during each of the past several 
years. These tigures are presented for the years 1957 to 1960. The 1960 tigure is obviously incomplete since we do 
not have the enrollment figure for November 1960. 



Year 

1957. . 


Gross 
Summer 

. .265 


Gross 
Nov. 1 

523 
615 
667 


Total 

788 


19.5R 


. .281 


896 


1959 


... 347 


1,014 


1960 


.346 





Northern Montana College will continue to serve the Hi-Line Region which consists of about seventeen coun- 
ties covering a territory of 45,000 square miles. Our teacher education program and the work we do in the basic 
curricula division is especially significant from the area point of view. In addition, Northern serves the entire state 
through its vocational-technical program. This latter program should be expanded considerably in the years ahead 
due to the urgent need for individuals tiained in the technician level in the wide variety of fields. Most everyone is 
familiar with the benefits derived from education. Indeed, a well-educated citizenry is the basis for the continuance 
of our civilization. 



NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



EDUCATION 



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STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance , 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 

Reversion 



General Fund 



..$429,286 
., 419,947 

$ 9,339 



..$405,673 
.. 415,012 



Appropriation 1959-50 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$546,957 
-- 541,814 

$ 5,143 

..$455,620 
.. 459,370 



Estimated Reversion ..$ 1,393 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund. 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



..$167,957 
._ 165,100 

..$ 2,857 

. $200,707 

.. 202,684 

840 

40 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



..$ 40 
$210,764 
_ 188,055 

$ 22,749 
..$202,657 
.. 218,357 



Estimated Reversion $ 7,049 



Student Faculty Housing 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Income 



$ 204.59 

21,300.00 

Expenditures 16, 186.97 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 5,317.62 

Income 

Expenditures 4,722.49 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income 

Expenditures 



$ 595.13 
.. 4,489.19 
.. 2,974.45 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$ 2,109.87 



Public Entrance Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957.... 
Eixpenditures 

Balance June 30, 1958 



$108.24 
.. 108.24 



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NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Morgan Hall 
Furnishings and Equipment 

Balance July 1, 1957 $8,858.40 

Expenditures 8,858.40 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Dorm Construction Fimd — 1956 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 2,320.80 

Income _. 226,367.29 

Expenditures „.._. 225,854.73 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,833.36 

Expenditures _ 2,833.36 



Balance June 30, 1959 



Armory Gym Construction 

Balance July 1, 1957 „. $1,391.76 

Expenditures __. 1,191.76 



Balance June 30, 1958 __.._. $ 200.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 200.00 

Expenditures 200.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Armory Gym Reserve 

Transfer from Bond Fund $ 2,500.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 2,500.00 

Income -- 7,500.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $10,000.00 

Income 4,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 ._ $14,000.00 



Armory Gym Retirement and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 __ $ 7,981.30 

Income „_ 1 1,321.75 

Transfer to Reserve 2,500.00 

Expenditures -. 8,060.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 ..._ $ 8,743.05 

Income - 127,097.23 

Transfer Out 8,743.05 

Expenditures 1 27,097.23 



Balance June 30, 1959 



EDUCATION 
NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Annory Gym Extension 
Interest and Sinking 

Balcmce June 30, 1958 _ ____ $27,179.91 

Expenditures 13,660.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $13,519.91 

Income 22, 1 66.87 

Expenditures 1 6,009.20 

Transfer Out 4,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 ___ $15,677.58 

Morgan Hall Addn. Construction 

Income $ 1 0,600.00 

Expenditures 10,519.05 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 80.95 

Income 327,400.00 

Expenditures 320,425. 16 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 7,055.79 

Morgan Hall Addn. Furnishings 

Income _ _____.$2,847.35 

Balance June 30, 1959 $2,847.35 

Expenditures 2,722.84 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 124.51 

Student Union Planning 
U. S. Aid 

Income $2,875.00 

Expenditures 2,875.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 

Armory Gym Extension 

Income ..$9 1 ,700.00 

Expenditures ._.... 82, 137.73 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 9,562.27 

Expenditures „ 9,437.53 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 124.74 

Donaldson Hall Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 .,_,_ $16,716.51 

Income 27,022.19 

Transfer Out 10,000.00 

Expenditures -. 20,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 ____ $13,738.70 

Income _ 28,596.08 

Transfer Out .._ 9,680.00 

Expenditures 20,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 ____ $12,654.78 

Income 39,136.08 

Transfer Out 19,360.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 $32,430.86 



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NORTHERN MONTANA COLLEGE 



Vets Education 
U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $2,140.76 

Income 3,723.98 

Expenditures 2,737.44 



Balance June 30, 1958 $3,127.30 

Income 533.00 

Expenditures 1,616.93 



Balance June 30, 1959 $2,043.37 

Income - --- 460.00 

Expenditures 1 ,914.40 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 588.97 

Bond Construction Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $7,233.63 

Expenditures 6,441.98 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 791.65 

Transfer In 9,680.00 

Transfer Out -- 9,680.00 

Expenditures 79 1 .65 



Balance June 30, 1959 



Interest and Sinking 

Transfer In $10,000.00 

Expenditures - 1 0,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Transfer In $ 9,680.00 

Expenditures.. 9,680.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $ 9,360.00 

Expenditures. 9,360.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 . 



Student Union Construction 

Income $426,905.00 

Expenditures 423,36 1 .52 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,543.48 

Student Union Apartments Furnishings 

Income $500.00 

Expenditures 195.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $305.00 

Student Union Apartments Construction 

Income $82,600.00 

Expenditures 82,560.68 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 39.32 

Student Union Furniture and Equipment 
Income .-.-.$3,500.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $3,500.00 



EDUCATION 

SUMMARY OF— MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 





1957 Bieimium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration 

Experimental System 

Branch Stations 


$ 74,574 
. 903,680 
. 476,414 
. 24,382 
.. 1,479,050 
.. 141,521 

_ 91,828 

.. 35,224 

8,000 


$ 90,623 

979,435 

527,961 

22,280 

1,620,299 

130,960 

77,576 

31,787 

8,000 


$ 77,370 

1,038,735 

566,833 

22,876 

1,705,814 
134,515 

30,074 
35,109 
12,500 


$ 75,733 

1,149,019 

590,667 

23,496 

1,838,915 

108,320 

19,500 
15,365 
12,250 


$ 55,850 

594,692 

491,133 

23,530 

1,165,205 

71,269 

8,750 
14,300 
12,000 


$ 55,929 
595,290 
492,672 


Physical Plant 

Sub Total 


23,530 
1,167,421 


Equipment 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 

Repairs 


50,306 

7,000 
15,000 


Debt Service 


11,750 


TOTAL - 


_$1,755,623 


$1,868,622 


$1,918,012 


$1,994,350 


$1,271,524 


$1,251,477 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries — ' 

Operating . - 

Travel 

Repairs -.- -— - - 

Equipment 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 

Repairs 

Debt Service , -— 


$1,138,839 
.. 299,866 
._ 40,345 
.. 30,333 
.. 111,188 

.. 91,828 

35,224 

8,000 


$1,255,691 

329,540 

35,068 

30,937 

100,023 

77,576 

31,787 

8,000 


$1,337,762 

333,065 

34,987 

37,453 

97,062 

30,074 
35,109 
12,500 


$1,430,373 

370,907 

37,635 

20,587 

87,733 

19,500 
15,365 
12,250 


$ 900,928 

246,057 

18,220 

12,269 

59,000 

8,750 
14,300 
12,000 


$ 902,219 

246,857 

18,345 

12,316 

37,990 

7,000 
15,000 
11,750 


TOTAL 


.$1,755,623 


$1,868,622 


$1,918,012 


$1,994,350 


$1,271,524 


$1,251,477 


FINANCING 

General Fund 

Millage Fund 

Local Funds 


.$ 676,484 

.. 360,281 

_. 248,607 

103 

_. 265,442 

„ 26,154 

5 

7,247 

.. 59,328 

13,919 

.. 82,992 

977 

11,426 

2,658 


$ 653,850 
388,169 
239,317 

271,411 

35,571 

1,954 

3,747 

69,382 

21,918 

167,339 

2,408 

13,056 

477 

23 


$ 661,780 

374,959 

303,150 

723 

269,799 

23,937 

224 

5,943 

79,154 

25,230 

155,922 

5,190 

9,446 

2,555 


$ 660,052 
372,889 
290,519 

271,263 

28,082 

498 

8,315 

64,862 

24,186 

255,691 

2,100 

10,000 

5,893 


$ 400,346 

300,299 

271,263 

41,491 

210 

8,711 

56,950 

18,500 

158,425 

1,130 

10,000 

4,199 


$ 384,175 
311,215 


Northern Montana Br. Fire __. 
Hatch Amended, U.S. 


271,263 


Northern Montana Branch „, 
Western Montana Branch .„„ 
Central Montana Branch 


25,000 

600 

7,000 

60,000 




18,500 


Experimental Station Special 
Wool Laboratory Special 


158,425 
1,100 


Eastern Montana Branch 


10,000 


Northwest Montana Branch _ 
Bankhead Flanagan, U.S. __-- 


4,199 


TOTAL FINANCING 


.$1,755,623 


$1,868,622 


$1,918,012 


$1,994,350 


$1,271,524 


$1,251,477 



428 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



EDUCATION 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 33,467 

Clerical 18,489 

Students 990 

Other Labor 2,503 

TOTAL $ 55,449 



$ 34,117 


$ 36,125 


$ 38,150 


$ 38,300 


$ 38,300 


19,745 


17,902 


18,850 


10,000 


10,000 


292 


89 








9 


232 









$ 54,163 



$ 54,348 



$ 57,000 



$ 48,300 



$ 48,300 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S --$ 655 

T.R.S. 703 

Social Security 934 

Industrial Accident 



$ 600 


$ 591 


$ 


600 


$ 


405 


$ 405 


668 


869 




900 




948 


948 


893 


1,192 




1,200 




961 


1,040 


7,435 















TOTAL $ 2,292 $ 9,596 


$ 2,652 


$ 2,700 


$ 2,314 


$ 2,393 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $ 57,741 $ 63,759 


$ 57,000 


$ 59,700 


$ 50,614 


$ 50,693 


MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 


1957 Biennium 
ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 



Postage - - .. - . - 


.$ 


818 
2,156 
1,049 

636 
39 

320 

8 

72 

390 
6 

1,093 
200 


$ 


2,140 

2,233 

1,181 

569 

48 

376 

609 

728 

19 

285 

355 

99 

2,149 

125 

7 

1,835 
3,636 
1,127 
15 
1,536 


$ 


3,679 
838 
953 
395 
70 
205 
609 
580 
1 

215 

417 

412 

1,340 

40 
1,421 

1,144 


S 


1,240 

2,983 

150 

625 

50 

609 
466 

500 

300 
75 


$ 


1,000 

1,000 

1,000 

400 

50 

386 


$ 


1,000 


Stationery and Forms - 




1,000 


Other Office Supplies 




1,000 


Telephone and Telegraph 


400 


Freight, Express ., 


- 


50 


Office Equipment Rental . .._ 




Association Dues 




Publications and Bulletins 
Photos, Charts, Etc. 




Inhnrotory Supplies 




Gasoline and Oil . 




Hardware and Sundry Supplie 
SuhRcriptions 


s 




Other Supplies and Expense . 
Honorariums .— — . . 


386 


Janitor Supplies and Expense 
Refunds to Federal 
Government 




Land Rental „ _ 




Auto Insurance _... .„ 




Other Insurance 

Fertilizers and Water 




TOTAL OPERATING 


-$ 


6,787 


$ 19,072 


$ 


12,319 


$ 


6,998 


$ 


3,836 


$ 


3,836 


TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-StrrtP 


-$ 


8,412 
1,634 


$ 


2,580 
5,212 


$ 


900 
7,151 


$ 


1,000 
8,035 


S 


900 
500 


$ 


900 
500 






TOTAL TRAVEL 


A 


10,046 


$ 


7,792 


$ 


8,051 


$ 


9,035 


$ 


1,400 


$ 


1,400 



EDUCATION 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements — .. $ 10,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 147 

Machinery and Appliances ..._..$ 451 $ 486 $ 2,200 $ 300 $ 300 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 11 9 

Furniture and Fixtures 487 93 

Library and Reference 

Books 111 30 

Scientific Apparatus 25 

TOTAL $ 949 $ 10,376 $ 525 $ 2,200 $ 300 $ 300 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 2,140 $ 115 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixttares $ 23 38 707 

Machinery and Appliances ...... 709 893 680 $ 550 $ 250 $ 250 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 2 

Fumitiire and Fixtures 23 5 

Library and Reference 

Books - 4 

TOTAL ____ $ 732 $ 3,098 $ 1,509 $ 550 $ 250 $ 250 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS --$ 1,681 $ 13,474 $ 2,034 $ 2,750 $ 550 $ 550 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $ 76,255 $104,097 $ 79,404 $ 78,483 $ 56,400 $ 56,479 

DEBT SERVICE 

Loan Repayment $ 8,000 $ 8,000 $12,500 $12,250 $12,000 $11,750 



430 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
Physical Plant Labor .„. 



$ 16,455 



$ 14,900 



$ 15,496 



$ 16,116 



$ 16,000 $ 16,000 



TOTAL 


-$ 16,455 $ 14,900 


$ 15,496 


$ 16,116 


$ 16,000 


$ 16,000 








TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


_.._ _ $ 16,455 $ 14,900 


$ 15,496 


$ 16,116 


$ 16,000 


$ 16,000 


MONTANA EXPERIMENT 


STATION 










PHYSICAL PLANT 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Other Office Supplies $ 76 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,500 $ 1,500 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 16 

Gasoline and Oil 80 80 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 27 

CHher Supplies and Expense 330 

Coal and Gas Heat 1,725 2,300 

Lights and Power 2,000 2,000 

Janitor Supplies and Expense - 2,075 1,500 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 7,829 $ 7,380 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 98 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 98 



$ 1,500 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


1,000 


$ 1,000 


80 




80 




80 


80 


2,300 
2,000 
1,500 




2,300 
2,000 
1,500 




2,600 
2,200 
1,650 


2,600 
2,200 
1,650 



$ 7,380 



$ 7,380 



$ 7,530 



$ 7,530 



EDUCATION 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 

1957 Biennium 
PHYSICAL PLANT Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 60,551 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 5,750 $ 51,024 

Machinery and Appliances 13,522 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 7 

TOTAL $ 79,830 $ 51,024 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 2,500 $ 2,500 

Machinery and Appliances 636 

TOTAL $ 3,136 $ 2,500 



431 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 





1,000 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS ..... $ 82,966 


$ 53,524 


$ 2,500 $ 2,500 


$ 1,000 $ 1,000 


TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT $107,348 


$ 75,804 


$ 25,376 $ 25,996 


$ 24,530 $ 24,530 






MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 


1957 Biennium 
EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 


1359 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 5,800 

Teaching Research and 

Extension 453,415 

Clerical 55,588 

Students 43,404 

Farm Labor 110,292 

Physical Plant Labor 

Other Labor 11,284 



TOTAL ....._.$679,783 



$ 4,650 

520,967 
55,863 
30,635 

119,452 

328 

30,539 

$762,434 



$546,151 

54,488 

27,996 

121,368 

8 

57,824 

$807,835 



$581,626 

65,860 

33,081 

148,154 

75,141 

$903,862 



$275,960 
36,000 
25,000 
108,000 

10,000 

$454,960 



$275,960 
36,000 
25,000 
108,000 

10,000 

$454,960 



EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S 

T.R.S. 

Social Seciirity 

Industrial Accident .. 



6,397 
11,234 
11,602 

6,858 



TOTAL $ 36,091 



$ 7,598 

11,360 

13,193 

123 

$ 32,274 



$ 7,326 

15,012 

16,705 

8,097 

$ 47,140 



$ 9,224 
9,792 
16,799 
10,000 

$ 45,815 



$ 7,363 

2,115 

5,746 

910 

$ 16,134 



7,363 

2,115 

6,219 

910 



$ 16,607 



TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS $715,874 



$794,708 



$854,975 



$949,677 



$471,094 



$471,567 



432 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Postage $ 920 

Stationery and Forms 1,485 

Other Office Supplies - 5,861 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,096 

Freight, Ebcpress 3,190 

Office Equipment Rental 

Association Dues 383 

Publications and Bulletins 11,749 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 1,118 

Laboratory Supplies 18,127 

Seeds, Plants 1,251 

Feed for Animals 50,085 

Gasoline and Oil 13,329 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 3,398 

Rental Farm Machinery 8,628 

Subscriptions 371 

Other Supplies and Expense — . 28,500 

Fellowships 

House Supplies 

Honorariums 

Coal and Gas Heat 1,248 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .. 86 

Lights and Power 985 

Water . __ 764 

Laundry 619 

Refvmds to Federal 

Government 79 

Fertilizer and Irrigation Water - 2,208 

Land Rental 4,781 

Auto Insurance 1,093 

Other Insurance _ 446 

Fire Insurance 



$ 402 


$ 10 


2,377 


4,551 


5,670 


5,231 


2,186 


2,343 


2,211 


4,122 


3,591 




355 


360 


11,215 


8,174 


2,091 


1,989 


19,868 


12,749 


973 


1,150 


55,281 


54,052 


11,647 


11,967 


6,996 


11,352 


12,602 


11,403 


217 


121 


15,762 


18,577 


1,600 




55 




135 


35 


1,385 


1,285 


78 


23 


2,155 


1,938 


503 


276 


897 


722 


633 


1,652 


1,217 


8,323 


186 


283 


6 


64 



TOTAL OPERATING -$162,800 



$162,294 



$162,752 



400 
5,000 
5,850 
2,700 
4,800 

450 

9,700 

2,300 

14,000 

1,325 

58,750 

13,800 

13,000 

15,000 

200 

17,667 



1,500 

2,300 
500 
800 



1,800 
4,500 



500 



$176,842 



250 
1,500 
4,000 
1,800 
3,200 



4,800 
1,000 

10,000 
1,128 

50,000 
6,500 
7,000 

10,000 



1,500 

2,000 
500 



1,300 
4,500 



300 



$111,278 



250 
1,500 
4,000 
1,800 
3,200 



4,800 
1,000 

10,000 
1,128 

50,000 
6,500 
7,000 

10,000 



1,500 



2,000 
500 



1,300 
4,500 

300 



$111,278 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 



....-.$ 16,034 
. 8,972 


$ 11,535 
10,898 


$ 11,500 
9,508 


$ 12,000 
10,500 


$ 8,000 
4,320 


$ 8,000 
4,445 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 25,006 



$ 22,433 



$ 21,008 



$ 22,500 



$ 12,320 



$ 12,445 



EDUCATION 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



1957 Biennium 19S9 Bienniiun 1961 Biennium 

EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

19S7-S8 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 2,773 $ 807 $ 11,168 $ 1,500 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures .- 3,079 9,635 9,035 $ 9,000 250 

Machinery and Appliances .... 23,258 18,758 22,258 20,000 4,700 $ 2,850 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 3,302 3,379 3,079 2,257 

Furniture and Fixtures 4,733 5,468 4,072 2,500 

Library and Reference 

Books ----- -- - 1,543 1,371 206 

Scientific Apparatus 11,980 17,542 8,965 7.500 

Livestock and Poultry .._ 14,727 17,527 15,565 8,000 1,000 



TOTAL $ 65,395 $ 74,487 $ 74,348 $ 49,257 $ 7,450 $ 2,850 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements --- $ 1,998 $ 5,762 $ 4,348 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 $ 2,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures _ ... 14,196 7,705 7,306 3,600 4,300 5,000 

Machinery and Appliances -- 15,422 15,959 17,867 8,000 2,000 2,000 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment 99 103 21 37 19 66 

Furniture and Fixtures 117 240 174 

Library and Reference 

Books 295 

Scientific Apparcrtus 454 490 856 



TOTAL $ 32,286 $ 30,554 $ 30,572 $ 13,637 $ 8,319 $ 9,066 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS .- $ 97,681 $ 105,041 $ 104,920 $ 62,894 $ 15,769 $ 11,916 

TOTAL EXPERIMENTAL 

SYSTEM $1,001,361 $1,084,476 $1,143,655 $1,211,913 $ 610,461 $ 607,206 



434 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 


EDUCAT10^ 










1957 Biennium 
BRANCH STATIONS Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actuol Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 32,816 

Teaching Research and 

Extension 61,880 

Clerical 29,149 

Students 4,261 


$ 1,550 

113,397 

29,631 

2,766 

189,465 

27 

17,540 


$ 260 

129,420 

35,533 

2,998 

187,097 

22,279 


$139,500 

35,580 

1,100 

174,446 

25,872 


$145,040 

25,000 

5,000 

160,000 


$145,040 

25,000 

5,000 


Farm Labor . . 180,785 

Physical Plant Labor 1 1 8 

Other Labor 11,543 


160,000 






TOTAL .$320,552 


$354,376 


$377,587 


$376,498 


$335,040 


$335,040 


EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 
P E.R.S $ 7,348 


$ 7,898 
3,585 
7,706 
8,759 


$ 7,754 

4,427 

9,963 

10,560 


$ 8,377 

1,775 

7,230 

11,000 


$ 9,825 

960 

8,987 

8,408 


$ 9,825 


T-R.S. 2,807 


960 


Social Security _._ - 6,842 
Industrial Accident . 11,220 


9,726 
8,408 


TOTAL ..- $ 28,217 


$ 27,948 


$ 32,704 


$ 28,382 


$ 28,180 


$ 28,919 


TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS - $348,769 


$382,324 


$410,291 


$404,880 


$363,220 


$363,959 



MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



BRANCH STATIONS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


OPERATING 

Postage 

Stdtionery cmd Forms 

Other Office Supplies 

Telephone and Telegiuph 

Freight, Express 

Office Equipment Rental 


.$ 329 
985 
. 1,419 
. 2,627 
.. 2,325 

\ 120 
25 

295 
.. 6,345 
.. 1,433 
.- 47,142 
.. 11,655 
s 4,997 
.. 11,143 

793 

.. 14,425 

.. 2,374 

59 

.. 6,396 

I 41 

'.. 6,105 

.. 1,355 

62 


$ 653 

768 

1,125 

2,725 

1,222 

114 

194 

74 

254 

9,667 

1,520 

56,403 

17,764 

5,724 

12,800 

318 

10,275 

3,223 

52 

7,913 

44 
93 

8 

5,072 

2,701 

88 


$ 483 

817 

1,314 

2,820 

2,366 

516 

103 

162 

198 

3,715 

1,413 

63,334 

17,506 

8,699 

14,775 

287 

11,839 

2,209 

10 

8,074 

18 

110 

4,405 
5,441 


$ 600 

975 

1,575 

3,350 

2,850 

600 

125 

200 

300 

4,450 

1,700 

75,000 

21,000 

10,000 

17,500 

350 

15,612 

2,400 

9,600 

5,000 
6,500 


$ 488 

600 

1,575 

2,400 

2,000 

200 
4,000 
1,450 
60,000 
16,000 
6,000 
10,000 

2,400 
8,800 

4,500 
3,000 


$ 


488 

600 

1,575 

2,400 

2,000 


Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 




Photos, Charts, Etc. 

Laboratory Supplies 


200 
4,000 


Seeds, Plants .... 

Feed for Animals 


1,450 
60,000 
16,000 


Hardware and Sundry Supplie 
Rental Form Machinery 


6,000 
10,000 


Subscriptions 

Other Supplies and Expense .. 


2,400 


Janitor Supplies and Expense 

Lights and Power 

Water 

Food Dormitories 

Laundry 

Medicines and 

Hospital Supplies 


9,600 
4,500 


Fertilizer and Irrigation Water 
Other Insurance 


3,000 


TOTAL OPERATING 


..$122,450 


$140,794 


$150,614 


$179,687 


$123,413 


$124,213 


TRAVEL 
In-State 


.$ 4.625 
570 


$ 4,118 
725 


$ 4,973 
955 


$ 5,100 
1,000 


$ 4,000 
500 


$ 


4,000 


Out-of-State 


500 






TOTAL TRAVEL 


.$ 5,195 


$ 4,843 


$ 5,928 


$ 6,100 


$ 4,500 


$ 


4,500 



436 EDUCATION 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

BRANCH STATIONS Actual Actuca Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

CAPITAL 

Lcmd and Land 

Improvements S 2,307 $ 137 $ 784 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures 17,368 

Machinery and Appliances 18,069 

Hcmd Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 1,485 

Furniture and Fixtures — 374 

Library and Reference 

Books .— 128 

Scientific Apparatus 1,623 

Livestock and Poultry 15,488 



5,826 
23,440 


9,087 
22,849 


9,500 
24,000 


6,000 
42,500 


6,000 
24,340 


1,363 
587 


899 
636 


1,000 
1,000 


500 


500 


120 
3,265 
6,974 


71 

365 

17,572 


100 

1,176 

18,000 


10,000 


10,000 



TOTAL.... $56,842 $41,712 $52,263 $55,776 $60,000 $41,840 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 4,700 $ 2,235 $15,243 $ 2,765 $ 3,000 $ 3,000 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures- - 11,807 11,407 4,890 4,500 4,000 4,000 

Machinery and Appliances 12,634 12,654 17,822 12,000 10,000 10,000 

Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment .. 56 45 3 

Furniture and Fixtures 156 166 11 

Library and Reference 

Books 32 12 

Scientific Apparatus 18 65 



TOTAL $ 29,403 $ 26,572 $ 37,981 $ 19,265 $ 17,000 $ 17,000 



TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . 


... $ 86,245 


$ 68,284 


$ 90,244 


$ 75,041 


$ 77,000 


$ 58,840 


TOTAL BRANCH STATIONS . 


...$562,659 


$596,245 


$657,077 


$665,708 


$568,133 


$551,512 



EDUCATION 

AGENCY— MONTANA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION 



Program and Performance 

The Montana Agricultural Experiment Station is responsible for carrying on research and providing research 
information and certain services for all of Montana agriculture. Research is conducted on technical, economic, and 
social problems confronting Montana people engaged in agriculture. These problems are concerned with the pro- 
duction, utilization, marketing, and consumption of agricultural products as well as with family living. 

The research program is conducted in 12 subject-matter departments and two research and service laboratories 
located in Bozemon, together with seven branch experiment stations located in seven geographic and climatic areas 
of the State. Much of this research is conducted cooperatively with the Agricultural Research Service of the United 
States Department of Agriculture, and several federally-employed scientists are located in subject-matter depart- 
ments on the campus and at some of the branch stations. Further cooperation is maintained with the other 1 1 state 
experiment stations in the Western Region. 

In the last 15 to 20 years, agriculture in this country has been undergoing greater changes than have occurred 
in the previous 100 years. Agriculture in Montana must keep up with these changes if it is to successfully compete 
with other areas. The research required to provide the technical and economic information necessary to keep Mon- 
tana competitive and to provide the basis for profitable shifts in farming and ranching enterprises, as well as for 
the initiation of new enterprises, is becoming more complex and expensive. The rapidly increasing interest in beef 
cattle fattening, and swine production in Montana, for example, is raising many problems in production, organiza- 
tion, and marketing that can only be resolved by aggressive research programs. Recognition of this interest in and 
demand for information in this field is made in the biennial budget request which includes, a request for additional 
staff in this field. Research must be continued, and expanded if possible, in the area of industrial uses of agricultural 
crops, particularly those presently in surplus. Past efforts at this institution have developed some very promising 
leads which may result in the establishment of new agriculturally-related industries in the State. Attempts ore con- 
stantly being made to adjust the research program to attack problems such as those noted above as well as many 
others whose solution is demanded of research by the agricultural industry of the State. 



438 

MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



.$716,593 
.. 676,483 

$ 40,110 

$613,772 

_ 653,850 

32 



G^rry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 

Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



.$ 32 
$665,212 
- 661,780 

$ 3,464 

$660,052 
_ 660,052 

$ 3,464 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Millage Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



-._..$368,076 
-...- 360,281 

$ 7,795 

$391,544 

388,169 

1,663 

6,239 

$ 3,268 



Carry-over 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .— 



$ 6,239 
$380,996 
_ 374,959 

$ 12,276 

$372,889 
. 372,889 

$ 12,276 



Northern Montana Branch Station Fire Loss Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $71,346.31 

Expenditures 103.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $71,243.31 

Balance June 30, 1959 $71,243.31 

Expenditures 722.60 

Balance June 30, 1960 $70,520.71 



Hatch Amended U. S. Aid 



Balance July 1, 1957 .. 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income 

Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1959 
Income 



Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 



..$ 2,627.74 
_ 262,962.00 
.. 265,442.09 

..$ 147.65 
_ 271,263.00 
.. 271,410.65 



.. 271,263.00 
._ 269,799.00 

$ 1,464.00 



EDUCATION 
MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



Northern Montana Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $29,803.74 

Income 36,362.02 

Expenditures 26, 1 54. 1 



Balance June 30, 1958 $40,011.66 

Income ..„ 30,257.9 1 

Expenditures — 35,570.73 



Balance June 30, 1959 $34,698.84 

Income 37,535.42 

Expenditures 23,936.62 



Balance June 30, 1960 $48,297.64 



Western Montana Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 44.04 

Income 480.41 

Expenditures 5.06 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 519.39 

Income 1 ,743.59 

Expenditures — - 2,155.41 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 107.57 

Income _ 350.93 

Expenditures 223.62 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 234.88 



Central Montana Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 6,158.53 

Income - 1 0,589.62 

Expenditures 7,246.79 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 9,501.36 

Income 11, 962.36 

Expenditures -- 3,746.80 



Balance June 30, 1959 $17,716.92 

Income _- 7,423.1 1 

Expenditures 5,942.72 



Balance June 30, 1960 _._ $19,197.31 



Hiuitley Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $28,913.05 

Income 6 1 ,064.72 

Expenditures 59,327.87 



Balance June 30, 1958 $30,649.90 

Income 63,076.43 

Expenditures .-..-.. 69,381.86 



Balance June 30, 1959 $24,344.47 

Income 72,802.85 

Expenditures 79, 1 54.47 



Balance June 30, 1960 $17,992.85 



MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



Grain Laboratory 

Balance July 1, 1957 $10,202.95 

Income 16,661.91 

Expenditures - 13,919.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 $12,945.86 

Income _ 21,790.28 

Expenditures -.. 21,917.92 



Balance June 30, 1959 $12,818.22 

Income 23,485.15 

Expenditures ..._ 25,230.25 



Balance June 30, 1960 $11,073.12 



Experiment Station Special 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 41,720.24 

Income . 156,437.51 

Expenditures _ 82,992.25 



Balance June 30, 1958 $1 15,165.50 

Income ____ 183,196.82 

Expenditures - 1 68,429.45 



Balance June 30, 1959 $129,932.87 

Income _ __._ 178,761.58 

Expenditures _ _ _ 155,921.65 



Balance June 30, 1960 ____ . $152,772.1 



Wool Laboratory Special 

Balance July 1, 1957 . _ $2,713.12 

Income 2,765.37 

Expenditures _- _ 976.96 



Balance June 30, 1958 $4,501.53 

Income 2,675.15 

Expenditures ^_,, 2,407.52 



Balance June 30, 1959 _ $4,769.16 

Income __ 3,345.36 

Expenditures 5,190.45 



Balance June 30, 1960 $2,924.07 



MONTANA EXPERIMENT STATION 



Eastern Montana Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 4,460.89 

Income 13,034.59 

Expenditures _... 1 1,426.45 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 6,069.03 

Income . - _ 1 4, 1 99.56 

Expenditures 13,056.23 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 7,212.36 

Income 1 3,640.59 

Expenditures 9,446.25 



Balance June 30, 1960 $11,406.70 



Northwestern Montana Branch 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 3.30 

Income 3,056.6 1 

Expenditures 2,658.46 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 401.45 

Income 3,007.72 

Expenditures 547.28 

Balance June 30, 1959 $2,861.89 

Income 3,2 12.34 

Expenditures 2,554.84 



Balance June 30, 1960 $3,519.39 



442 

SUMMARY OF— EXTENSION SERVICE 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1982-63 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration 

Extension System 

Physiccd Plant 

Sub Total 

Equipment 

Lanci and Buildings 

Capital 

Repairs 



$ 37,406 

877,797 

8,869 

924,072 


$ 48,510 

955,132 

9,054 

1,102,696 

23,298 

77 
1,810 


$ 56,274 

976,444 

9,304 

1,042,022 

16,920 

217 
293 


$ 62,215 

1,039,884 

9,676 

1,111,775 

18,283 

50 


$ 60,161 

811,082 

9,285 

880,528 

130 


$ 60,251 

812,518 

9,325 

882,094 


17,725 

63 
250 


145 



TOTAL $ 942,110 $1,037,881 $1,059,452 $1,130,108 $ 880,658 $ 882,239 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries $ 791,338 $ 861,308 $ 882,989 $ 959,391 $ 773,395 $ 774,911 

Operating 41,871 61,435 71,570 64,634 54,213 54,253 

Travel 90,863 89,953 87,463 87,750 52,920 52,930 

Repairs 5,495 4,762 6,489 6,440 130 145 

Equipment 12,230 18,536 10,431 11,843 

Land and Buildings 

Capital 63 77 217 

Repairs 250 1,810 293 50 



TOTAL $ 942,110 $1,037,881 $1,059,452 $1,130,108 $ 880,658 $ 882,239 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 297,304 

Millage Fund 159,684 

Local Funds 66,405 

Research & Marketing, U.S. ..._ 10,000 

Indian Agents, U.S 72 

Smith-Lever, U.S 401,739 

Rural Development, U.S. 6,906 



TOTAL FINANCING _. $ 942,110 



$ 317,203 

201,360 

72,524 

10,000 

75 

422,039 

14,680 


$ 349,807 

172,081 

84,392 

10,000 


$ 347,442 

206,445 

123,298 

10,000 


$ 


304,437 

106,704 
10,000 


$ 306,018 

106,704 
10,000 


441,534 
1,638 


442,923 




459,517 


459,517 


$1,037,881 


$1,059,452 


$1,130,108 


$ 


880,658 


$ 882,239 



EXTENSION SERVICE 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Bienniiun 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1362-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrcrtive Officers -— - $ 11,650 

Teaching Research and 

Extension 

Clerical 18,203 

Other Labor 

TOTAL $ 29,853 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S $ 344 

T.R.S. 114 

Social Security 272 

Industrial Accident 123 



$ 


14,467 


$ 


17,867 


$ 31,450 


$ 32,475 


$ 32,475 




5,300 
17,950 




5,083 

18,928 

116 


20,115 


17,220 


17,220 



$ 37,717 



$ 41,994 



$ 51,565 



$ 49,695 



S 49,695 



$ 586 

227 

139 



$ 479 

377 
135 



$ 500 

380 
180 



$ 1,640 

973 
994 



$ 1,640 

1,053 
994 



TOTAL 


$ 853 


$ 952 


$ 991 


$ 1,060 


$ 3,607 


$ 3,687 








TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS 


$ 30,706 


$ 38,669 


$ 42,985 


$ 52,625 


$ 53,302 


$ 53,382 



OPERATING 

Postage 

Stationery and Forms , 
Other Office Supplies 



Telephone and Telegraph .. 

Freight, Express 

Association Dues 

Publications and Bulletins 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 

Laboratory Supplies 

Gasoline and Oil 



Hardware and Sundry Supplies 

Subscriptions 

Other Supplies and Expense .— 

Other Insurance 

Honorariums 



91 
178 



220 
394 



45 

9 

73 

372 

2,624 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 4,008 



$ 802 

289 
313 
232 
489 
205 
12 



19 

43 

1,372 

2,514 

235 

$ 6,525 



246 

44 

489 

148 



22 

81 

5,490 

2,190 



$ 9,616 



800 
100 
250 
40 
489 
150 



1,511 
2,500 



$ 5,840 



100 
250 
50 
489 
150 



2,400 
2,500 



100 
250 
50 
489 
150 



2,400 
2,500 



$ 5,939 



$ 5,939 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte . .... 

TOTAL TRAVEL 



1,348 
1,344 



_$ 2,692 



872 
2,444 



$ 3,316 



905 
2,768 



$ 3,673 



1,000 
2,750 



$ 3,750 



620 
300 



$ 920 



630 
300 



$ 930 



444 EDUCATION 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

1957 Biennium 
ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

CAPITAL 

Machinery and Appliances - - $ 458 $ 298 
Hand Tools and Petty 

Equipment — 2 

Furniture and Fixtures — - 433 420 

Library and Reference 

Books - 20 239 

TOTAL -$ 911 $ 959 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures -„. $ 62 $ 174 

Machinery and Appliances 341 131 

Furniture and Fixtures 38 7 

Scientific Apparatus ,- 1 1 7 

TOTAL $ 441 $ 429 

TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . ... $ 1,352 $ 1,388 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATION $ 38,758 $ 49,898 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 940 



17 
270 



40 



25 



$ 1,267 



25 



230 

364 S 315 



$ 594 



$ 315 



$ 130 



$ 130 



$ 145 



$ 145 



$ 1,861 



$ 340 



$ 130 



$ 145 



$ 58,135 



$ 62,555 



$ 60,291 



$ 60,396 



EXTENSION SERVICE 

1957 Biennium 

EXTENSION SYSTEM Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

SALARIES AND WAGES 

Administrative Officers $ 4,250 

Teaching Research and 

Extension $260,966 293,522 

Clerical 72,347 81,557 

Students 4,097 3,918 

Other Labor -. _ 369 856 

Extension Agents 41 1,252 426,410 

TOTAL - $749,031 $810,513 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS 

P.E.R.S .-.._ $ 2,685 $ 2,879 

T.R.S 562 517 

Social Security 2,419 2,610 

TOTAL $ 5,666 $ 6,006 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 

BENEFITS - .......$754,697 $816,519 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$327,267 


$384,246 


$240,993 


$240,993 


81,002 


88,984 


78,565 


78,565 


3,411 


2,560 






365 








414,668 


420,006 


355,200 


355,200 



$826,713 



$895,796 



$674,758 



$674,758 



$ 3,086 

754 

3,081 

$ 6,921 



$ 1,536 

447 

2,362 

$ 4,345 



$ 14,315 
6,928 
17,467 

$ 38,710 



$ 14,315 
6,928 
18,903 

$ 40,146 



$833,634 



$900,141 



$713,468 



$714,904 



EXTENSION SERVICE 



19S7 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

EXTENSION SYSTEM Actual Actual Actual Estimote Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 1,585 

Stationery and Forms 5,106 

Other Office Supplies 3,478 

Telephone and Telegraph 2,254 

Freight, Express 211 

Office Equipment Rental 5 

Association Dues 14 

Publications and Bulletins 13,066 

Photos, Charts, Etc. 1,070 

Laboratory Supplies 148 

Seeds, Plants 

Gasoline and Oil 3,820 

Hardware and Sundry Supplies 151 

Subscriptions 499 

Other Supplies and Expense _... 2,743 

Scholarships 42 

Honorariums 560 

Janitor Supplies and Expense .— 9 

Laundry 35 

Auto Insurance 

Other Insurance 133 

TOTAL OPERATING ..._ $ 34,929 $ 51,976 $ 59,020 $ 55,743 $ 45,614 $ 45,614 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 79,278 $ 74,986 $ 74,040 $ 74,000 $ 50,000 $ 50,000 

Out-of-state 8,893 11,651 9,750 10,000 2,000 2,000 



$ 1,963 


$ 2,553 


$ 2,500 


$ 1,700 


$ 1,700 


7,807 


6,110 


6,000 


6,000 


6,000 


7,380 


5,095 


5,000 


5,000 


5,000 


2,864 


2,707 


2,700 


2,400 


2,400 


356 


488 


350 


350 


350 


4 


52 








23 


3 








20,338 


30,005 


28,000 


20,000 


20,000 


3,081 


3,276 


3,000 


2,300 


2,300 


640 


658 


650 


500 


500 


106 


33 








4,099 


4,650 


4,350 


4,900 


4,900 


1,753 


1,388 


1,300 


1,000 


1,000 


280 


559 


500 


250 


250 


979 


1,258 


1,243 


1,000 


1,000 


175 










9 


35 








119 


150 


150 


214 


214 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 88,171 $ 86,637 $ 83,790 $ 84,000 $ 52,000 $ 52,000 



446 EDUCATION 

EXTENSION SERVICE 

1957 Biennium 
EXTENSION SYSTEM Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

CAPITAL 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 63 $ 77 $ 

Machinery and Appliances .-^. 6,246 10,546 

Hand Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 785 462 

Furniture and Fixtures 3,505 3,404 

Library and Reference 

Books 150 750 

Scientific Apparatus 633 2,415 

TOTAL $ 11,382 $ 17,654 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvement $ 1,342 

Buildings and Attached 

Fixtures $ 188 294 

Machinery and Appliances -_, 4,199 4,349 

Hand Tools and Petty- 
Equipment 9 

Furniture and Fixtures 868 102 

Library and Reference 
Books 4 

Scientific Apparatus 45 47 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



217 
5,192 

136 
1,400 



542 



$ 10,888 
930 



$ 9,381 $ 11,818 



63 $ 50 

5,971 6,000 

3 
27 



124 



125 



TOTAL : 


-$ 


5,304 


$ 6,143 


$ 


6,188 


$ 6,175 








TOTAL CAPITAL & REPAIRS . 


...$ 


16,686 


$ 23,797 


$ 


15,569 


$ 17,993 




TOTAL EXTENSION SYSTEM _ 


-$ 


894,483 


$ 978,929 


$ 


992,013 


$1,057,877 


$ 811,082 $ 812,518 


EXTENSION SERVICE 


PHYSICAL PLANT 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 




1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



SALARIES AND WAGES 
Physical Plant Labor $ 5,935 $ 6,120 $ 6,370 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 

TOTAL $ 5,935 $ 6,120 $ 6,370 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 

TOTAL SALARIES AND 
BENEFITS - _-_ $ 5,935 $ 6,120 $ 6,370 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 $ 6,625 



EXTENSION SERVICE 



PHYSICAL PLANT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1361-62 1962-63 



OPERATING 

Telephone and Telegraph $ 1,100 

Gasoline and Oil 50 

Cool and Gas Heat 1,039 

Lights and Power 300 

Janitor Supplies and Expense — - 445 



$ 1,100 


$ 1,100 


$ 1,150 


$ 600 


$ 


600 


50 


50 


50 


50 




50 


1,039 


1,039 


1,106 


1,200 




1,200 


300 


300 


300 


350 




350 


445 


445 


445 


460 




500 



TOTAL OPERATING 


_.-.$ 2,934 


$ 2,934 


$ 2,934 


$ 3,051 


$ 2,660 $ 2,700 








EXTENSION SERVICE 


PHYSICAL PLANT 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


TOTAL PHYSICAL PLANT . 


. .$ 8,869 


$ 9,054 


$ 9,304 


S 9,676 


$ 9,285 $ 9,325 









AGENCY— EXTENSION SERVICE 



Program and Performance 

The Cooperative Extension Service is one of three divisions of Montana State College which serves the people 
of Montana. The Service was legally established by the Smith-Lever Low, passed by Congress in 1914, and by the 
state enabling acts passed subsequently by the Legislature of Montana. These acts provide financial support from 
the counties, state, and federal government. This means that the Extension Service is not only an integral part of 
the college, but that it is also a part of the United States Department of Agriculture, and through agreements with 
Boards of Coimty Commissioners, works cooperatively with the counties in a broad agricultural and home eco- 
nomics educational program. The Extension Service is a port of the Division of Agriculture, and through the Office 
of the Dean, coordinates its work with the resident teaching and research activities. 

The function of this Service is to combine efforts of professional and lay people for the purpose of improving 
the level of hvLng of Montana citizens. The word "cooperative" implies a partnership between government, land- 
grant colleges, and the people for the purpose of improvement of agriculture and family living. The Extension Serv- 
ice assists people of the state to moke use of scientific information provided by the Experiment Stations and other 
sources, and by working closely with them, helps them adapt it to form, home, and community problems. In carry- 
ing out their responsibilities. Extension personnel work with local leaders who assist in carrying on the programs. 
It is also a responsibility of Extension persormel to recognize problems on which additional research information 
is needed, and bring these to the attention of the Experiment Station staffs. 

Extension work is carried on by agents who serve within the counties and by subject-matter specialists who 
support the work of the Extension agents in the field. In addition, the administrative and supervisory staff, located 
on the campus, provides direction and assistance in administering and coordinating Extension programs. 

The work relates to all important areas which contribute to the welfare of Montana people. It may be defined 
as the process of working with men, women, boys, and girls through out-of-school education, along these lines of 
their current interest and need, which are closely related to gaining a livelihood, improving the level of living of Mon- 
tana families, and fostering community and national welfare. Much of this education is carried on through 4-H and 
Home Demonstration Clubs, as well as through many different form and community organizations. Extension agents 
are spending more and more time with people living in towns because the problems of rural and urban people are 
becoming more and more inter-related. 



448 

EXTENSION SERVICE 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $300,501 

Expenditures 297,303 

Balcmce $ 3, 198 

Appropriation 1958-59 $314,621 

Expenditures 317,201 

Carry-over 598 

Reversion $ 20 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 



$ 598 

$354,170 

. 349,807 

12 

$ 4,949 

-$347,442 
.. 347,442 



Estimated Reversion 



.-$ 4,949 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Carry-over 

Reversion 



Millage Fund 

$173,359 Carry-over 

159,684 Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

$ 13,675 Transfer Out 

$191,665 tvtI^^^ 

201,360 ^'°^^® 

823 Appropriation 1960-61 

1,273 Estimated Expenditures 

$ 1,884 Estimated Reversion __ 



$ 1,273 

$190,498 

172,081 

667 

$ 19,023 

$186,445 
206,445 



$ 977 



Research and Marketing 
U. S. Aid 



Balance July 1, 

Income 

Expenditures 



1957 



5 680.72 

9,319.28 

10,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 ._. 

Income 

Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1959 __. 
Income 



Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1960 



$10,000.00 
.- 10,000.00 



_$10,000.00 
.- 10,000.00 



449 



EXTENSION SERVICE 



Indian Agents 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 20.39 

Income 1 ,465.67 

Expenditures 72.03 



Balance June 30, 1958 $1,414.03 

Expenditures 75.38 



Balance June 30, 1959 $1,338.65 

Balance June 30, 1960 $1,338.65 



Smith-Lever Amended 
U. S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 20,552.66 

Income 381 ,330.70 

Expenditures 401 ,739.09 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 144.27 

Income ____ 421,922.83 

Expenditures .._. 422,039.22 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 27.88 

Income ..-.- 441,854.94 

Expenditures 44 1 ,533.62 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 349.20 



Rural Development 
U. S. Aid 

Income -..$15,000.00 

Expenditures 6,905.56 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 8,094.44 

Income 8,223.37 

Expenditures 1 4,680.05 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,637.76 

Expenditures 1 ,637.74 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ .02 




INSTITUTIONS 



INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— CHILDREN'S CENTER 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 44 45 51 61 59 59 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration __^__.$ 30,907 $ 34,921 $ 35,549 $ 38,603 $ 37,402 $ 38,485 

Care and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 139,076 

General Services 87,426 

Education and Training 30,507 

Equipment 8,132 

Land and Buildings 171,080 

Trading (6,501) 

Advance Planning _... 



150,192 


186,469 


196,685 


192,525 


194,550 


76,932 


97,799 


89,344 


83,400 


84,240 


29,202 


42,931 


38,260 


39,349 


39,368 


28,005 


8,928 


1,171 


6,381 




152,480 


270,118 


29,977 


15,000 




(3,599) 


10,020 









TOTAL _ $460,627 $468,133 $651,814 $394,040 $374,057 $356,643 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $158,959 

Operating 116,375 

Travel 1,406 

Equipment 8,132 

Land and Buildings 171,080 

Repairs and Replacements 11,176 

Trading (6,501) 

Advance Planning 



$166,327 


$213,401 


$223,960 


$216,779 


$218,112 


118,021 


144,324 


134,007 


131,197 


133,831 


847 


696 


825 


600 


600 


28,005 


8,928 


1,171 


6,381 




152,480 


270,118 


29,977 


15,000 




6,052 


4,327 


4,100 


4,100 


4,100 


(3,599) 


10,020 









TOTAL $460,627 $468,133 $651,814 $394,040 $374,057 $356,643 

FINANCING 

General Fund $457,710 $466,956 $641,371 $336,663 $374,057 $356,643 

Other 

Otto Pearson Bequest 360 640 

Molar Memorial 2,557 537 423 

Sewage Lagoon, U.S. Aid 12,261 

Supplemental Appropriation 

Request 1960-61 Fiscal 45,116 

Children's Center Admin. 

Bldg. Planning 941 

Children's Center Living 

Quarters 7,908 

Children's Center Chapel 

Advance Planning 1,171 



TOTAL FINANCING $460,627 $468,133 $651,814 $394,040 $374,057 $356,643 



452 

CHILDREN'S CENTER 



INSTITUTIONS 



ADMINISTRATION 



1957 Biennium 
Acjtual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



19S9 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



Salaries and Wages , 
Employee Benefits .... 



13,033 
10,132 



TOTAL . 



$ 23,165 



$ 18,440 
9,186 

$ 27,626 



$ 12,451 
13,419 

$ 25,870 



$ 15,470 
15,483 

$ 30,953 



$ 16,440 
14,260 

$ 30,700 



S 16,920 
14,794 

$ 31,714 



OPERATING 

Communication 

Office Supplies 

Dues and Subscniptions 
Gratuities, Burials 

and Autopsies 

Miscellaneous 

Freight and Express — 

Lcx;al Board 

Miscellaneous 



2,454 
756 
287 

1,280 

239 

210 

1,096 



TOTAL OPERATING - 



.-$ 6,322 



$ 2,578 
914 
197 


$ 3,585 

1,341 

346 


$ 2,900 

1,000 

275 


$ 2,400 

1,000 

102 


$ 2,400 

1,000 

102 


1,978 


2,375 


1,800 


2,000 


2,060 


445 

80 

256 


281 
297 

758 


275 
225 
350 


300 
300 


309 
300 



$ 6,448 



$ 8,983 



$ 6,825 



$ 6,102 



$ 6,171 



TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-Stcrte 



-$ 


976 
430 


$ 


621 
226 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,406 



$ 847 



$ 696 



$ 696 



625 
200 



$ 825 



$ 600 $ 600 



600 



600 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
TOTAL 



.$ 14 



TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES . 



$ 30,907 



$ 34,921 



$ 35,549 



$ 38,603 



$ 37,402 



$ 38,485 



CfflLDREN'S CENTER 



CARE AND CUSTODY OF 
STUDENTS AND INMATES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


22 


24 


28 


39 


38 


38 


Salaries and Wages 


$ 66,344 


$ 72,253 


$ 95,764 


$108,412 


$107,475 


$107,775 








TOTAL 


$ 66,344 


$ 72,253 


$ 95,764 


$108,412 


$107,475 


$107,775 



OPERATING 

Fcx3d 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 

Clothing and Related 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 

Drugs and Medicines 

Laundry and Janitorol 

Recreational and Religious 



..$ 44,863 



$ 53,403 



$ 56,106 



$ 55,000 



$ 57,500 



$ 59,225 



3,981 
7,554 


3,812 
4,551 


6,595 
8,285 


4,200 
9,255 


4,200 
7,000 


4.200 
7,000 


4,082 
1,831 
7,920 
2,501 


4,443 

871 

8,341 

2,518 


5,367 

585 

8,299 

5,468 


4,500 
850 

9,000 

5,468 


4,500 

850 

8,500 

2,500 


4,500 

850 

8,500 

2,500 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 72,732 


$ 77,939 


$ 90,705 


$ 88,273 


$ 85,050 


$ 86,775 


TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$139,076 


$150,192 


$186,469 


$196,685 


$192,525 


$194,550 



INSTITUTIONS 



GENERAL SERVICES 
(PHYSICAL PLANT) 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


13 


11 


12 


10 


9 


9 








Salaries and Wages 


$ 43,986 


$ 39,980 


$ 53,993 


$ 48,710 


$ 42,000 


$ 42 000 








TOTAL „_. 


$ 43,986 


$ 39,980 


$ 53,993 


$ 48,710 


$ 42,000 


$ 42,000 



CHILDREN'S CENTER 

GENERAL ! 
(PHYSICAL 

Number of P 
Salaries and 
TOTAL 

OPERATING 

Insurance and Licenses $ 149 

Auto and Truck Expense 843 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 2,454 

Household and Janitoral 939 

Lawn and Garden 248 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease 1,724 

Utilities 27,697 

Rentals 75 

Miscellaneous 199 

TOTAL OPERATING ..-_ $ 34,328 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs $ 9,112 

TOTAL $ 9, 1 12 



$ 1,126 



$ 1,099 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 



4,169 


6,384 


4,350 


4,350 


4,350 


1,562 


3,560 


2,500 


2,500 


2,500 


157 


218 


400 


250 


250 


1,489 


1,371 


1,300 


1,300 


1,300 


21,717 


26,838 


26,584 


28,000 


28,840 


680 


482 


500 







$ 30,900 



$ 39,952 



$ 36,634 



$ 37,400 



$ 38,240 



$ 6,052 
$ 6,052 



$ 3,854 
$ 3,854 



$ 4,000 
$ 4,000 



$ 4,000 
$ 4,000 



$ 4,000 
$ 4,000 



TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES .-- 


$ 87,426 $ 76,932 


$ 97,799 $ 89,344 


$ 83,400 $ 84,240 


CHILDREN'S CENTER 


EDUCATION AND TRAINING 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


6 7 


9 9 


9 9 



Salaries and Wages $24,467 $25,376 $36,341 $34,417 $35,196 $35,214 

Employee Benefits 997 1,092 1,433 1,468 1,408 1,409 

TOTAL $ 25,464 $ 26,468 $ 37,774 $ 35,885 $ 36,604 $ 36,623 

OPERATING 

Educational Supplies $ 1,896 $ 1,244 

Administrative Supplies .— — 162 965 

Subscriptions 70 110 

Training and Tuition 800 400 

Miscellaneous 65 15 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,993 $ 2,734 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs $ 2,050 $ 473 $ 100 $ 100 $ 100 

TOTAL ..,. _ $ 2,050 $ 473 $ 100 $ 100 $ 100 

TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES $ 30,507 $ 29,202 $ 42,931 $ 38,260 $ 39,349 $ 39,368 



$ 4,181 

119 
384 



$ 4,684 



2,125 
120 
30 



$ 2,275 



$ 2,125 

120 
400 



$ 2,645 



$ 2,125 

120 
400 



$ 2,645 



454 

CHILDREN'S CENTER 



INSTITUTIONS 



EQUIPMENT 



I9S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



ADMINISTRATION 

Office Equipment and 
Furniture 



$ 600 



TOTAL $ 600 



$ 1,039 
$ 1,039 



$ 324 
$ 324 



$ 250 
$ 250 



GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment 
Furniture and Fixtures 



lent $ 6,420 

273 


$ 16,854 
8.509 


$ 6,856 
202 


$ 


325 
500 


$ 3,331 
1,000 







TOTAL 



$ 6,693 



$ 25,363 



$ 7,058 



$ 825 



$ 4,331 



EDUCATION AND TRAINING 

Machinery and Equipment -. 

Furniture and Fixtures 

Library and Reference 
Books 



$ 839 



741 
855 



200 $ 107 

1,346 

239 



TOTAL 


$ 839 $ 1,603 


$ 1,546 $ 346 










MOTOR VEHICLES 






$ 1,800 








TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT . .. 


$ 8,132 $28,005 


$ 8,928 $ 1,171 


$ 6,381 








CHILDREN'S CENTER 


LAND AND BUILDINGS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 6,742 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 147,262 



TOTAL 



..$154,004 



$ 2,183 

142,523 

$144,706 



$ 56,347 

199,668 

$256,015 



$ 20,423 

1,554 

$ 21,977 



4,000 
8,500 



$ 12,500 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 2,412 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 14,664 



TOTAL ...... 



..$ 17,076 



$ 210 

7,564 

$ 7,774 



$ 14,103 
$ 14,103 



500 
7,500 



$ 8,000 



$ 2,500 
$ 2,500 



TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS ........$171,080 



$152,480 



$270,118 



$ 29,977 



$ 15,000 



INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— CHILDREN'S CENTER 



Program and Performance 

The Children's Center was established by State Legislature in 1893, Title 10, Chapter 1, Sections 10-101 through 
10-121, for core of "orphans, foundlings and destitute children." The State Legislature in 1959, Title 10, Chapter 1, 
Section 10-101.1, recognizing the change in type of need and commitment, changed the name to The Montana Chil- 
dren's Center. There are only three full orphans in current core, with a small number who hove lost one parent 
by death. 

From original long-term core to adulthood, the pattern now is temporary core for (usually) definite periods, dur- 
ing which it is hoped carefully supervised and controlled group living will correct poor behavior patterns and/or 
provide time to correct poor home conditions. 

Admittance ages ore still from 3 months to 16 years, but commitment of pre-school children is discouraged 
as they need family setting. With the cooperation of Judges and Welfare Departments, there hove been no such 
admissions in the past two years. 

1 see the Center not as a way of life but an accepted way of care: a "way station," where like weary travelers, 
troubled children may bide for a time while every effort and skill is directed toward solving the problems that 
brought them here. The goal — eventual return of most to the normalcy of family living in a community setting, 
meanwhile recognizing that for a small hard core the Center is the best continuing answer. 



456 

CHILDREN'S CENTER 



INSTITUTIONS 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 

Reversion _ 



STATE APPROPRIATION 

General Fund 

$630,643 Carry-over 

457,713 Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

$172,930 Transfer Out 

$313,980 Balance 

466,952 Doiance 

240 Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

$ 19,718 

Estimated Reversion .... 

Otto Pearson Bequest 

Income $1,000.00 

Expenditiires 360.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 640.00 

Expenditures 640.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 



,$ 240 

.$619,430 

.. 641,371 

28 

.($ 21,729) 

. $359,200 
_ 336,663 



Moler Memorial 



Balance July 1, 1957 
Expenditures 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Expenditures 



$5,349.51 
. 2,556.85 

$2,792.66 
. 536.84 



Balance June 30, 1959 
Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 .. 



„ _... $2,255.82 

423.06 



$1,832.76 



Geddes Bequest 

Balance July 1, 1957 $2,500.00 

Balance June 30, 1958 $2,500.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $2,500.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 $2,500.00 



INSTITUTIONS 



CHILDREN'S CENTER 



Inter-Denominational Chapel 
Income $1,000.00 

Balance Jime 30, 1958 .,__ $1,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 - - $1,000.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 $1,000.00 



Institutional Trust 

Balance July 1, 1957 $11,332.22 

Income 6,045.68 

Expenditures 11,301.11 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 6,076.79 

Income 1 0,064. 1 2 

Expenditures 4,532.40 

Balance June 30, 1959 $11,608.51 

Income 8,864.78 

Expenditures - 6,749. 1 2 

Balance June 30, 1960 .„$13,724.17 



Children's Center Admin. Bldg. Planning 

Income ._. -- $94 1 .00 

Expenditures 94 1 .00 

Balance June 30, 1960 



Children's Center Living Quarters 

Income $7,908.00 

Expenditures 7,908.00 

Balance June 30, 1960 



Children's Center Chapel Adv. Planning 

Income „.._ $1,171.00 

Expenditures 1 , 1 7 1 .00 

Balance June 30, 1960 



458 INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— HOME FOR AGED 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1981 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 21 27 27 27 25 25 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration _______ _... $ 12,312 $ 13,322 $ 15,534 $ 22,722 $ 19,500 $ 19,894 

Core and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 81,194 

General Services _ — 27,259 

Equipment 1,716 

Land and Buildings 8,089 

Outstanding Claim 



79,380 


82,832 


91,948 


91,000 


91,000 


31,899 


33,810 


42,145 


37,870 


39,120 


623 


2,993 




4,850 


1,320 


4,134 


1,957 


20,500 


875 


1,460 


793 


48 









TOTAL _ ...$130,570 $130,151 $137,174 $177,315 $154,095 $152,794 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $ 73,698 

Operating ..-. 46,527 

Travel 295 

Equipment 1,716 

Land and Buildings 8,089 

Repairs and Replacements 245 

Claim Outstanding 



$ 72,287 


$ 79,107 


$ 89,390 


$ 87,331 


$ 87,725 


51,261 


52,615 


66,190 


60,089 


61,089 


369 


225 


315 


300 


300 


623 


2,993 




4,850 


1,320 


4,134 


1,957 


20,500 


875 


1,460 


684 


229 


920 


650 


900 


793 


48 









TOTAL $130,570 $130,151 $137,174 $177,315 $154,095 $152,794 

FINANCING 

General Fund $129,731 $130,151 $137,126 $177,315 $154,095 $152,794 

Other 

Claim Outstanding 839 48 



TOTAL FINANCING $130,570 $130,151 $137,174 $177,315 $154,095 $152,794 



INSTITUTIONS 



HOME FOR AGED 

1957 Biennium 
ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 2 

Salaries and Wages — $ 7,268 

Employee Benefits 4,1 13 

TOTAL $ 1 1,381 

OPERATING 

Communication $ 366 

Office Supplies _. ._.. 137 

Dues and Subscriptions 17 

Gratuities, Burials 

and Autopsies 

Insurance and Licenses - 

Miscellaneous 

Freight and Express 128 

TOTAL OPERATING .-.-.^$ 648 

TRAVEL 

In-Sfote $ 283 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 283 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-81 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 7,060 
5,193 

$ 12,253 



9,423 
5,320 



$ 14,743 



$ 13,052 
6,420 

$ 19,472 



350 
144 
27 



175 

4 
700 



336 

195 

17 



18 



565 

450 

30 

1,500 
40 

200 



$ 566 



$ 2,785 



$ 12,240 
6,241 

$ 18,481 



350 

200 

25 



44 

50 

669 



369 
369 



225 
225 



$ 315 
$ 315 



300 
300 



$ 150 



50 



$ 12,420 
6,455 

$ 18,875 



350 

200 

25 



44 

50 

669 



300 
300 



50 



TOTAL 








$ 150 


$ 50 


$ 50 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES - --... 


$ 12,312 


$ 13,322 


$ 15,534 


$ 22,722 


$ 19,500 


$ 19,894 



460 INSTITUTIONS 

HOME FOR AGED 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

CAKE AND CUSTODY OF Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

STUDENTS AND INMATES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 15 19 18 18 14 14 

Salaries and Wages $49,808 $41,092 $43,299 $44,648 $44,600 $44,600 

TOTAL ......$ 49,808 $41,092 $43,299 $44,648 $44,600 $44,600 

OPERATING 

Food $ 24,366 $ 24,476 $ 24,706 $ 27,500 $ 30,000 $ 30,000 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 1,609 1,090 1,831 3,400 1,500 1,500 

Clothing and Related 1,356 591 1,200 700 700 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 5,137 4,934 6,500 6,000 6,000 

Drugs and Medicines ._ 1,835 2,139 2,721 3,000 3,000 3,000 

Laundry and Janitoral 3,567 3,972 4,538 5,300 5,000 5,000 

Recreational and Religious ..... 9 118 212 400 200 200 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 31,386 $ 38,288 $ 39,533 $ 47,300 $ 46,400 $ 46,400 

TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES $ 81,194 $ 79,380 $ 82,832 $ 91,948 $ 91,000 $ 91,000 



INSTITUTIONS 

HOME FOR AGED 

19S7 Biennium 
GENERAL SERVICES Actual Actual 

(PHYSICAL PLANT) 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 4 7 

Salaries and Wages $12,509 $18,942 £ 

TOTAL _ _..-.-$ 12,509 $ 18,942 

OPERATING 

Office Supplies 

Insurance and Licenses $ 17 $ 15 

Auto and Truck Expense .._, 81 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 1,537 690 

Household and Jonitoral 162 606 

Lawn and Garden - 142 107 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease 130 95 

Utilities 12,241 10,475 

Miscellaneous 183 285 

TOTAL OPERATING -- $ 14,493 $ 12,273 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 12 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs $ 245 $ 684 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 21,065 
$ 21,065 



$ 25,270 
$ 25,270 



$ 24,250 
$ 24,250 



$ 24,250 
$ 24,250 





$ 100 








55 


$ 25 


$ 25 




200 


220 


220 


$ 1,097 


1,700 


1,000 


1,000 


335 


1,000 


500 


500 


55 


300 


150 


150 


119 


300 


125 


125 


10,543 


12,000 


11,000 


12,000 


367 


450 







$ 12,516 



$ 16,105 



$ 13,020 



$ 14,020 



600 $ 850 



TOTAL 


...-.- $ 245 


$ 684 


$ 229 


$ 770 


$ 600 


$ 850 


TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES 


$ 27,259 


$ 31,899 


$ 33,810 


$ 42,145 


$ 37,870 


$ 39,120 


HOME FOR AGED 


EQUIPMENT 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



ADMINISTRATION 

Office Equipment and 

Furniture 

TOTAL 

GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment $ 1,716 

Furniture and Fixtures 

TOTAL ......$ 1,716 

TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT $ 1,716 



98 



$ 492 
$ 492 



95 
430 



195 
2,306 



$ 525 



$ 2,501 



$ 623 



$ 2,993 



450 
4,400 



$ 4,850 



$ 4,850 



750 
570 



$ 1,320 



$ 1,320 



462 

HOME FOR AGED 



INSTITUTIONS 



LAND AND BUILDINGS 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 7,661 $ 48 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 2,725 

TOTAL $ 7,661 $ 2,773 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures $ 428 $ 1,361 



24 
1,244 



$ 1,268 



$ 20,000 
$ 20,000 



$ 500 



$ 500 



$ 689 



$ 500 



$ 375 



$ 1,460 



TOTAL -.- 


.... $ 428 


$ 1,361 


$ 


689 


$ 500 


$ 


375 


$ 1,460 


TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS ._ 


.....$ 8,089 


$ 4,134 


$ 


1,957 


$ 20,500 


$ 


875 


$ 1,460 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $143,601 

Expenditures 129,73 1 



Balance 

Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 

Carry-over 



Reversion 



$ 13,870 

..$132,988 

.. 130,151 

11 

.. 3,049 



$ 13,647 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 ._ 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



. $ 3,049 

$163,420 

.. 137,126 

14 



$ 29,329 

$148,420 

177,315 



$ 434 



Senile Home Donations Fund 



Ralonr-fi July 1, 1957 


$12.00 


Income 


an.nn 






RalonCA June 30, 1958 


$42.00 


Income 


5.00 






Balance June 30, 1959 

Balance June 30, 1960 


...... .$47.00 

. $47.00 



INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— HOME FOR AGED 



Program and Performance 

Governing the Montana State Home for Senile Men and Women are section 38-1101 to section 38-1108 inclusive. 

Purpose of the Montana State Home for Senile Men and Women is to provide care and treatment for senile men 
and women over the age of 60. 

We intend to improve the facilities to provide the care these senile men and women are entitled to in their 
declining years. 

The last legislature admonished the home to provide better food, and hospital core for its patients. 

This can be truthfully termed a Home for the Aged people and our intent is to make it just that if at all possible. 

Our remodeling program, for which the last legislature appropriated funds, is underway. When completed, 
the remodeling will enable us to increase our patient load by ten percent. 

The actual maintenance on the building has been kept to a minimum but we propose to start a painting and 
other maintenance programs as soon as possible and in the future expect to keep our building and equipment in 
first class condition. 



464 INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 57 + 3PT 60 + 3PT 76 + 4PT 78 + 3PT 80 80 



125,475 


152,361 


153,920 


168,190 


168,190 


53,648 


55,582 


59,400 


60,410 


60,410 


58,233 


66,227 


71,700 


69,508 


69,508 


42,353 


49,433 


51,400 


46,900 


46,900 


12,247 


22,874 


4,252 


4,887 


3,037 


64,346 


50,102 


105,726 






8,520 


31,357 








77 


12 









DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $35,580 $46,777 $52,156 $59,175 $49,318 $50,078 

Care and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 119,986 

General Services 52,000 

Education and Training 50,239 

Form 42,635 

Equipment . 19,474 

Land and Buildings 201,220 

Debt Service 3,060 

Stores _ 7,381 

Claims O. S. (77) 

Loss and Gain _ 

TOTAL $531,498 $411,676 $480,104 $505,573 $399,213 $398,123 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages $193,134 

Operating , 97,912 

Travel _ 2,166 

Equipment - 19,474 

Land and Buildings 201,220 

Repairs and Replacements 7,228 

Debt Service _ 3,060 

Stores _ 7,381 

Claims O. S. . _ _ (77) 

Loss and Gain ^ 

TOTAL $531,498 $411,676 $480,104 $505,573 $399,213 $398,123 

FINANCING 

General Fund $514,232 

Other 

Industrial School I&I 14,206 

Industrial School I&S 3,060 

Industrial School F.L. 

Anticipated Accruals I&I 

TOTAL FINANCING $531,498 $411,676 $480,104 $505,573 $399,213 $398,123 



$224,109 


$246,525 


$268,820 


$278,986 


$279,746 


93,184 


117,112 


112,575 


105,665 


105,665 


1,183 


911 


1,500 


1,000 


1,000 


12,247 


22,874 


4,252 


4,887 


3,037 


64,346 


50,102 


105,726 






8,010 


11,211 


12,700 


8,675 


8,675 


8,520 


31,357 








77 


12 









$387,422 


$470,145 


$459,442 


$375,213 


$374,123 


24,254 


9,959 


21,799 

332 
24,000 


24,000 


24,000 



INSTITUTIONS 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

1957 Biennium 
ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 5 5 

Salaries and Wages $20,728 $26,813 ! 

Employee Benefits - 10,755 14,860 

TOTAL $ 31,483 $ 41,673 

OPERATING 

Communication $ 1,694 $ 3,578 

Office Supplies 786 305 

Dues and Subscriptions 23 13 

Rentals 14 18 

Gratuities, Burials 

and Autopsies 

Insurance and Licenses 168 

Miscellaneous 

Official Bonds 

Freight and Express 16 

Local Board 1 1 300 

Advertising 54 

City and Rural Fire Dues 

Taxes 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 2,598 $ 4,382 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

Out-of-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,416 $ 522 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs 

Replacements - 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 22,595 
19,730 

$ 42,325 



$ 27,500 
23,275 

$ 50,775 



$ 23,940 
17,938 

$ 41,878 



$ 24,060 
18,578 

$ 42,638 



$ 5,222 

746 

88 

66 


$ 4,500 

700 

100 

75 


$ 4,000 

700 

50 

75 


$ 4,000 

700 

50 

75 


1,010 


175 


500 
100 


500 
100 


40 


50 


40 


40 


300 


300 


300 


300 


251 
1,128 


800 


600 


600 



$ 8,851 



$ 6,700 



$ 6,365 



$ 6,365 



900 
600 



1,000 $ 1,000 



$ 911 



$ 1,500 



$ 1,000 $ 1,000 



100 
100 



75 $ 75 



TOTAL 


$ 83 


$ 200 


$ 69 


$ 200 


$ 75 


$ 75 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 35,580 


$ 46,777 


$ 52,156 


$ 59,175 


$ 49,318 


$ 50,078 



466 INSTITUTIONS 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

19S7 Biennium 
CARE AND CUSTODY OF Actual Actual 

STUDENTS AND INMATES 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions ..„ 28 

Salaries and Wages $ 77,395 

TOTAL $ 77,395 

OPERATING 

Food - $ 26,413 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 2,280 

Clothing and Related 7,146 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 

Drugs and Medicines 4,769 

Laundry and Jonitoral 903 

Recreational and Religious 1 ,080 

Chemical and Laboratory 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 42,591 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $119,986 $125,475 $152,361 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



29 



42 



44 



47 



47 



$ 88,128 
$ 88,128 



$108,793 
$108,793 



$115,920 
$115,920 



$125,340 
$125,340 



$125,340 
$125,340 



$ 22,242 



$ 26,054 



$ 22,000 



$ 28,000 



$ 37,347 



$ 43,568 



$ 38,000 



$ 42,850 



$153,920 



$168,190 



$ 28,000 



2,274 


1,297 


1,500 


1,500 


1,500 


5,778 


7,287 


5,000 


6,000 


6,000 


2,679 


4,721 


6,000 


4,000 


4,000 


1,016 


1,223 


1,200 


1,200 


1,200 


815 


1,231 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


483 


1,367 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


78 


388 


300 


150 


150 


1,982 











$ 42,850 



$168,190 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 



INSTITUTIONS 



GENERAL SERVICES 
(PHYSICAL PLANT) 



19S7 Bienniiim 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



Number of Positions 



Salaries and Wages 
TOTAL 



$ 28,054 
. $ 28,054 



$ 27,454 
$ 27,454 



$ 24,618 



$ 24,618 



$ 26,100 
$ 26,100 



$ 30,960 
$ 30,960 



$ 30,960 
$ 30,960 



OPERATING 

Insurance and Licenses 

Auto and Truck Expense 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 

Household and Jonitoral __ 

Lawn and Garden 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease 

Utilities 

Rentals 

Miscellaneous 



609 
1,099 

1,523 

2,434 

579 

2,384 

12,289 

253 

281 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 21,451 



$ 370 
1,036 

638 
2,327 

2,466 
15,191 

1,250 

$ 23,278 



369 
746 

994 
2,082 

3,527 

17,971 

127 



$ 26,685 



500 
800 



2,000 

3,000 

18,000 

200 



$ 26,300 



400 
750 

800 
2,000 

3,000 
18,000 



$ 24,950 



400 
750 

800 
2,000 

3,000 
18,000 



$ 24,950 



TRAVEL 
TOTAL TRAVEL 



$ 100 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 



$ 2,495 



$ 7,000 



4,500 $ 4,500 



TOTAL . „ 


$ 2,495 


$ 2,816 


$ 4,279 


$ 7,000 


$ 4,500 


$ 4,500 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 52,000 


$ 53,648 


$ 55,582 


$ 59,400 


$ 60,410 


$ 60,410 









468 INSTITUTIONS 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

1957 Biennium 19S9 Biennium 

EDUCATION AMD TRAINING Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 13 14 16 16 

Salaries and Wages $42,869 $51,518 $58,505 $63,015 

Employee Benefits 1,627 1,692 2,028 2,485 

TOTAL $44,496 $53,210 $60,533 $65,500 

OPERATING 

Educational Supplies $ 2,507 $ 2,480 $ 1,273 $ 2,000 

Administrative Supplies 1,853 1,120 1,092 1,000 

Subscriptions -..- 110 57 67 100 

Training and Tuition 132 290 746 600 

Athletic Expenses 2,001 2,000 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 4,602 $ 3,947 $ 5,179 $ 5,700 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 626 $ 529 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs - $ 515 $ 500 

TOTAL $ 515 $ 547 $ 515 $ 500 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $ 50,239 $ 58,233 $ 66,227 $ 71,700 



1981 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



16 



$ 62,700 
2,508 

$ 65,208 



$ 4,200 



$ 100 
$ 100 



16 



$ 62,700 
2,508 

$ 65,208 



$ 1,500 


$ 1,500 


1,000 


1,000 


100 


100 


600 


600 


1,000 


1,000 



4,200 



100 



100 



$ 69,508 



69,508 



INSTITUTIONS 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 

1957 Biennium 
FARM Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 5 5 

Salaries and Wages ___ $ 11,706 $ 13,644 

TOTAL $ 11,706 $ 13,644 

OPERATING 

Supplies $ 3,334 $ 1,300 

Livestock Feed 13,894 13,876 

Seeds and Plants 829 519 

Veterinarian and Related 854 380 

Harvesting and Irrigation -— 355 118 

Rentals (Grazing Land) - 76 85 

Auto, Truck and Machinery 1,719 3,149 

Gasoline, Oil, Grease 

and Tractor Fuel 1,737 1,276 

Utilities 3,737 3,527 

Miscellaneous 135 

Chicks, Boor 

TOTAL OPERATING _ $ 26,670 $ 24,230 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL .$ 124 $ 32 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs ___ $ 4,135 

TOTAL... _..-. $ 4,135 $ 4,447 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES ..- $ 42,635 $ 42,353 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 17,796 
$ 17,796 



$ 18,300 
$ 18,300 



$ 15,600 
$ 15,600 



$ 15,600 
$ 15,600 





$ 2,000 


$ 1,500 


$ 1,500 


$ 12,213 


14,000 


14,000 


14,000 


1,093 


700 


800 


800 


307 


400 


500 


500 


407 


300 


300 


300 


164 


200 


100 


100 


2,142 


2,500 


2,000 


2,000 


2,862 


2,500 


2,500 


2,500 


5,580 


5,000 


5,500 


5,500 


521 


500 


100 


100 


$ 25,289 


$ 28,100 


$ 27,300 


$ 27,300 



$ 4,000 $ 4,000 



$ 6,348 $ 5,000 



$ 4,000 $ 4,000 



$ 49,433 $ 51,400 



$ 46,900 $ 46,900 



470 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 








INSTITUTIONS 
















EQUIPMENT 




1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Bieiuuum 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


ADMINISTRATION 

Office Equipment and 
Furniture _ _. _ 

Library and Reference 
Books - 


S 


151 

205 


$ 


250 

15 


s 


619 
16 


$ 


200 
50 










TOTAL ., 


$ 


356 


$ 


265 


$ 


635 


$ 


250 










GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment . 
Furniture and Fixtures 


$ 


5,042 
7,087 


$ 


5,525 
2,723 


$ 


7,575 
4,089 


$ 


1,000 
500 


$ 


1,350 
1,500 


$ 


1,000 




TOTAL 


$ 


12,129 


$ 


8,248 


$ 


11,664 


$ 


1,500 


$ 


2,850 


$ 


1,000 


EDUCATION AND TRAINING 
Machinery :;:. : ~ r.::p:rsent .- . 

Furniture a:. : i ; ■: .; ;. 

Library and l\^ici^nce 
Books 


S 


498 
65 

274 


$ 


195 
22 

764 


$ 


545 
11 

1,205 


$ 


200 
100 

300 


$ 


400 


$ 


400 








TOTAL 


- $ 


837 


$ 


981 


$ 


1,761 


$ 


600 


$ 


4Gj 


$_ 
$ 


400 


FARM 

Machinery and Equipment 
Livestock 


$ 


3,526 
528 


$ 


2,678 
75 


s 


3,152 


S 


1,902 


$ 


1,637 


1,637 


TOTAL. 


$ 


4,054 


$ 


2,753 


s 


3,152 


$ 


1,902 


s 


1,637 


$ 


1,637 



MOTOR veh; 



TOTAL ALL EOUIPMENT 



J 2^9^ 

$ 15;-.; 



$ 5,662 



$ 12,247 



$ 22,874 



$ 3,037 



INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 



LAND AND BUILDINGS 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-53 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements 

Buildings — Attached 
Fixtures 

TOTAL 



$ 13,429 

186,029 

$199,458 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Lcmd and Land 

Improvements $ 86 

Buildings - - Attached 

Fixtures . 1,676 



TOTAL 



$ 1,762 



$ 19,480 
43,474 



$ 55 

1,337 

$ 1,392 



$ 36,626 

11,106 

$ 47,732 



$ 2,370 
$ 2,370 



TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS 



$201,220 



$ 64,346 



$ 50,102 



$105,726 



DEBT SERVICE 
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE 



$ 3,060 



INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 



Program and Performance 

The Montana State Industrial School, established by Legislative Act in March 1893, has one sole purpose: the 
rescue and rehabilitation of wayward boys received on commitments by the Juvenile Courts of the eighteen Judicial 
Districts in Montana. They may be committed from ten years of age up to their eighteenth birthday and custody re- 
tained until their twenty-first birthday. Offenses leading to commitment range from truancy and running away from 
home to murder. The most common offense is theft. 

In order to render effective rehabilitation service, the resources of staff and plant must be merged with a well- 
organized program. Basic is cottage life, the strata on which all other sections of the institutional program rest. We 
have six cottages, supervised by cottage parents, into which boys are classified by age, size, aggressivity, passivity, 
type of personality character, and according to their special needs for certain types of cottage parents. Unfortunately, 
population bulges make these cottages overflow at times. 

Academic training, vocational training, and recreation all are necessary for proper growth and development 
of any and all young people. Our boys, in addition, require special clinical services for they are, by and large, 
socially rejected and emotionally deprived. Well-trained social workers are a primary necessity to help these boys 
unravel their knotty and deeply ingrained personality problems. Boys most disturbed are taken to the Mental Hy- 
giene Clinic in Billings for examination or sent to the State Hospital at Worm Springs for observation. 

Approximately four out of five boys eventually are guided to useful living. An improved program quite pos- 
sibly could advance this ratio to five out of six boys. Such an improved program can be had by constructive de- 
velopment of both staff and plant. Investment to this end is good business — by both material and human measures. 



472 

INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL 



INSTITUTIONS 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



$571,225 
. 514,427 



Balance -... $ 56,798 



Appropriation 1958-59 

Expenditures 

Carry-over 



$331,600 
_ 387,434 



Reversion 



76 



Carry-over 

Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



$532,600 

.. 470,132 

12 



Balance -^- ----- $ 63,344 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion .— 



.-$396,100 
.. 459,442 



Industrial School Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $13,904.29 

Income 12,855.88 

Expenditures 14,205.79 



Balance June 30, 1958 ..-.$12,554.38 

Income 19,123.40 

Expenditures 24,253.85 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 7,423.93 

Income 24,334.07 

Expenditures 9,959. 12 



Balance June 30, 1960 $21,798.88 



Industrial School Interest and. Sinking 

Income $3,060.00 

Expenditures .._..- 3,060.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 



Industrial School Fire Loss 

Balance July 1, 1957 $250.00 

Income - 81.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 .- $331.50 

Balance June 30, 1959 $331.50 

Balance June 30, 1960 $331.50 



SUMMARY OF— PRISON 






INSTITUTIONS 






473 






1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 




71 


121 


143 


184 


169 


169 


DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 
Administration 


$ 


87,913 

415,390 
64,756 

133,262 
59,455 

134,553 
20,716 


$ 119,710 

579,343 
89,713 

155,367 
29,389 

105,417 

23,345 

1,000 

(35,955) 


$ 163,750 

710,245 
132,852 
141,826 
114,310 
247,150 
21,268 


$ 225,216 

826,190 
139,220 
158,260 

83,620 
130,208 

25,107 


$ 148,718 

764,740 
122,300 
138,200 

61,420 
1,500 

21,982 


$ 151,863 


Care and Custody of 




764,740 


General Services 


123,300 


Form 


138,200 


Equipment 


10,770 


Land and Buildings 

Bureau of I. D. 


22,030 


Contingent Advance 

Trading 








TOTAL „_- 


-$ 


916,045 


$1,067,329 


$1,531,401 


$1,587,821 


$1,258,860 


$1,210,903 


DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 
Salaries and Wages 


..$ 


399,851 

266,206 

5,819 

59,455 

134,553 

29,445 

20,716 


$ 535,009 

373,149 

4,731 

29,389 

105,417 

31,244 

23,345 

1,000 

(35,955) 


$ 688,238 

422,110 

4,940 

114,310 

247,150 

33,385 

21,268 


$ 783,286 

529,100 

6,000 

83,620 

130,208 

30,500 

25,107 


$ 724,508 

418,650 

4,500 

61,420 

1,500 

26,300 

21,982 


$ 727,853 


Operating — 


419,450 


Travel - 


4,500 


Equipment 


10,770 


Land and Buildings 




Repairs and Replacements -— 
Bureau of I. D. 




26,300 
22,030 


Ck)ntingent Advance — 




Trading 










TOTAL 


-$ 


916,045 


$1,067,329 


$1,531,401 


$1,587,821 


$1,258,860 


$1,210,903 


HNANCING 

General Fund 


$ 


775,639 
140,406 


$1,006,270 
61,059 


$1,494,417 

34,818 
2,166 


$1,542,089 

43,620 
2,112 


$1,258,860 


$1,210,903 


Other 

Prison Ind. Revolving 






Fire Fund 










TOTAL FINANCING 


-$ 


916,045 


$1,067,329 


$1,531,401 


$1,587,821 


$1,258,860 


$1,210,903 



474 

PRISON 




INSTITUTIONS 










ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions - 


9 


8 


12 


16 




12 


12 






Salaries and Wages 


._$ 32,570 


$ 48,449 
37,982 


$ 73,064 
55,562 


$ 76,770 
73,846 


$ 61,050 
55,268 


$ 62,700 


Employee Benefits 


_. 30,630 


56,963 


TOTAL 


.$ 63,200 


$ 86,431 


$128,626 


$150,616 


$116,318 


$119,663 


OPERATING 

Communication — 

Office Supplies 

Dues and Subscriptions 

Rentals 


_$ 3,317 

.. 2,902 

120 

465 

.. 12,079 
433 
115 

299 


$ 4,291 

8,311 

256 

1,525 

11,000 
900 
910 

338 
743 


$ 6,480 

5,078 

215 

14,024 

5 

1,769 

42 
592 

1,595 


$ 8,000 

19,200 

300 

15,000 

500 

21,200 

300 
600 

3,000 


$ 


5,000 

5,000 

200 

12,000 

500 

1,000 

300 
600 

3,000 


$ 5,000 

5,000 

200 


Gratuities, Burials 
and Autopsies 


12,000 
500 




1,000 


Miscellaneous 
Official Bonds 


100 


Freight and Express 

Miscellaneous 


385 
18 


600 


Education and Training 


3,000 


TOTAL OPERATING 


_$ 20,133 


$ 28,274 


$ 29,800 


$ 68,100 


$ 27,600 


$ 27,400 


TRAVEL 
In-State ^ . 


- 




$ 718 
4,222 


$ 500 
5,500 


$ 


500 
4,000 


$ 500 


Out-of-State 


4,000 






TOTAL TRAVEL 


_$ 4,252 


$ 4,731 


$ 4,940 


$ 6,000 


$ 


4,500 


$ 4,500 


REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Rpprrirp 


.$ 328 


$ 274 


$ 384 


$ 500 


$ 


300 


$ 300 








TOTAL . 


-$ 328 


$ 274 


$ 384 


$ 500 


$ 


300 


$ 300 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES -. 


_-$ 87,913 


$119,710 


$163,750 


$225,216 


$148,718 


$151,863 









INSTITUTIONS 

PRISON 

1957 Biennium 
CARE AND CUSTODY OF Actual Actual 

STUDENTS AND INMATES 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 51 86 

Salaries and Wages $276,843 $351,102 

TOTAL ._.._.. $276,843 $35 1 , 1 02 

OPERATING 

Food : -$ 94,871 $153,743 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 5,067 2,431 

Clothing and Related 16,821 47,101 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 5,628 7,767 

Drugs and Medicines 6,621 6,805 

Laundry and Janitoral --- 5,272 9,905 

Recreational and Religious 4,168 489 

Chemical and Laboratory 99 

Inmates Pay 

TOTAL OPERATING ■■■■■.$138,547 $228,241 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $415,390 $579,343 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



112 



142 



133 



133 



$470,097 
$470,097 



$545,890 
$545,890 



$518,190 
$518,190 



$518,190 



$518,190 



$141,260 



$150,300 



$150,000 



$240,148 



$280,300 



$246,550 



$150,000 



7,590 
37,054 


7,500 
62,000 


6,000 
37,000 


6,000 
37,000 


9,533 

3,449 

9,448 

59 


9,500 

3,500 

10,500 

1,000 


7,500 

6,000 

10,000 

50 


7,500 

6,000 

10,000 

50 


31,755 


36,000 


30,000 


30,000 



$246,550 



$710,245 



$826,190 



$764,740 



$764,740 



476 INSTITUTIONS 

PRISON 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

GENERAL SERVICES Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

(PHYSICAL PLANT) 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 18 9 7 7 7 

Salaries and Wages $14,154 $32,865 $39,232 $35,720 $37,200 $37,200 



TOTAL _ $14,154 $32,865 $39,232 $35,720 $37,200 $37,200 

OPERATING 

Ofiice Supplies ._ $ 2,954 $ 445 

Insurance and Ucenses 485 908 $ 993 $ 1 ,050 

Auto and Truck Expense 2,608 1,321 2,116 2,500 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 26,043 24,409 32,578 37,400 

Household and Janitoral 6,845 5,639 5,050 5,000 

Lawn and Garden ...-. 85 34 66 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease ...... 2,417 3,857 5,166 5,200 

Utilities- -- 189 10,825 31,020 36,700 

Rentals 82 72 42 500 

Misciellaneous 76 125 150 



$ 1,000 
2,000 


$ 1,000 
2,000 


30,000 
5,000 


30,000 
5,000 


4,000 

32,000 

100 


4,000 

33,000 

100 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 41,708 


$ 47,586 


$ 77,156 


$ 88,500 


$ 74,100 


$ 75,100 








TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL 


......$ 1,540 



















REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs ...-$ 7,354 $ 9,262 $ 16,464 $ 15,000 $ 11,000 $ 11,000 



TOTAL $ 7,354 $ 9,262 $ 16,464 $ 15,000 $ 11,000 $ 11,000 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES ..$ 64,756 $ 89,713 $132,852 $139,220 $122,300 $123,300 



INSTITUTIONS 

PRISON 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 19B1 Biennium 

FARM Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 10 14 5 13 12 12 

Salaries and Wages $ 45,654 $ 64,611 $ 50,283 $ 51,060 $ 52,800 $ 52,800 



TOTAL ...._.$ 45,654 $64,611 $50,283 $51,060 $52,800 $52,800 

OPERATING 

Supplies „____ $ 17,088 $ 17,936 $ 3,032 $ 3,000 

Livestock Feed 14,746 14,466 36,423 46,000 

Seeds and Plants 8,390 7,396 7,146 12,500 

Veterinarian and Related 1,940 1,573 2,719 2,700 

Harvesting and Irrigation 659 2,227 2,000 

Rentals 1,256 218 383 400 

Auto, Truck and 

Machinery 2,086 4,506 1,596 1,600 

Gasoline, Oil, Grease 

and Tractor Fuel ._.. 15,494 15,958 12,036 11,500 

Utilities 4,159 5,311 9,331 12,500 

Miscellaneous -. 1,684 113 



$ 3,000 


$ 3,000 


32,000 


32,000 


8,000 


8,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


2,000 


300 


300 


1,600 


1,600 


11,500 


11,500 


10,000 


10,000 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 65,818 


$ 69,048 


$ 75,006 


$ 92,200 


$ 70,400 


$ 70,400 


TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL . . 


$ 27 



















REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs $ 21,763 $ 21,708 $ 16,537 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 $ 15,000 



TOTAL $21,763 $21,708 $16,537 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $133,262 $155,367 $141,826 $158,260 $138,200 $138,200 



478 INSTITUTIONS 

PRISON 

1957 Biennium 
EQUIPMENT Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

ADMINISTRATION 

Office Equipment and 

Furniture $ 972 $ 3,197 

Armament 23 

TOTAL -■$ 995 $ 3,197 

GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment $26,520 $ 4,411 

Furniture and Fixtures , - - 29 2,806 

TOTAL $ 26,549 $ 7,217 

EDUCATION AND TRAINING 
Furniture and Fixtures 

TOTAL 

FARM 

Machinery and Equipment $ 31,898 $ 18,975 

Furniture and Fixtures 13 

Livestock 

TOTAL - $ 31,911 $ 18,975 

MOTOR 
TOTAL A 

PRISON 

LAND A 

CAPITAL 

Ixmd and Land 

Improvements 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures .._.$1 24,363 $ 66,430 

TOTAL $124,363 $ 66,430 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 487 $ 4,959 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures _ 9,703 34,028 

Earthquake Damage Repair 

TOTAL $ 10,190 $ 38,987 

TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS $134,553 $105,417 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 4,027 
624 

$ 4,651 



$ 5,000 
1,000 

$ 6,000 



$ 500 
$ 500 



$ 29,363 
14,241 

$ 43,604 



$ 18,000 
2,500 

$ 20,500 



$ 14,377 



$ 14,377 



$ 2,000 



$ 2,000 



$ 1,000 
$ 1,000 



$ 1,000 
$ 1,000 



$ 7,157 

18,872 

$ 26,029 



$ 49,620 

7,500 

$ 57,120 



$ 16,240 

19,970 

$ 36,210 



$ 1,000 

6,770 

$ 7,770 



MOTOR VEHICLES 




$ 40,026 


$ 9,333 


TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT 


$ 59,455 $ 29,389 


$114,310 $ 83,620 


$ 61,420 $ 10,770 








PRISON 


LAND AND BUILDINGS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 383 

59,633 

$ 60,016 



$ 5,000 

33,227 

$ 38,227 



$ 4,728 

12,890 
169,516 

$187,134 



$ 5,000 
86,981 

$ 91,981 



$ 1,500 



$ 1,500 



$247,150 



$130,208 



$ 1,500 



INSTITUTIONS 



AGENCY— PRISON 



Division 

BUREAU OF 
IDENTIFICATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 




5 




5 




6 


5 


5 








Salaries and Wages 


. .$ 15,473 


$ 18,163 
902 


$ 


18,839 
923 


$ 21,260 
997 


$ 19,320 
1,362 


$ 19,320 


Employee Benefits - . 


900 


1 410 








TOTAL 


....$ 16,373 


$ 19,065 


$ 


19,762 


$ 22,257 


$ 20,682 


$ 20,730 








OPERATING 

Postage 


.-$ 291 


$ 311 

2,477 

535 

122 


$ 


74 
607 
266 


$ 


1,750 
500 

100 


$ 1,000 
300 




Supplies 


..... 1,563 


$ 1 000 


Telephone and Telegraph _ _ 


424 


300 


Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 


2 




Special Items 

Official Bonds -- . 


15 










TOTAL OPERATING 


.... $ 2,295 


$ 3,445 


$ 


947 


$ 


2,350 


$ 1,300 


$ 1 300 








TRAVEL 

In-State 






$ 


23 
















TOTAL TRAVEL . 


.... $ 274 


$ 78 


$ 


23 










EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 






$ 


536 


$ 


500 












TOTAL EQUIPMENT 


....$ 1,774 


$ 757 


$ 


536 


$ 


500 










TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES . 


....$ 20,716 


$ 23,345 


$ 21,268 


$ 25,107 


$ 21,982 


$ 22,030 



480 INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— PRISON 



Program and Performance 

The Montana State Prison has been in existence since territorial days. Much of the faciUty, although they ore 
not the original buildings, is old, poorly maintained and inadequate for housing the only adult correctional facil- 
ity within the State. There are very limited facilities for segregating men and thus the young (16 years) unsophis- 
ticated offender on up to the old, professional hardened criminal are forced to work, eat, sleep and play in one mass. 

The prison programs at the first opening was pretty much with one purpose in mind — to punish offenders by 
keeping them confined for a given number of years. Down through the years many new concepts regarding of- 
fenders have come to the front with the result that our programs, policies, and plans hove changed. 

The old idea of sending men to prison for punishment as treatment has given wcry to new, more enlightened 
and realistic thinking of sending men to an institution as punishment and for trecrtmient and help. 

Men will get treatment in a prison either from good programs administered by a good staff in an adequate 
facility or they will get treatment from the so called "big shots" of the criminal element, the hardened profes- 
sional criminal who teach men to be bitter, resentful and more proficient as criminals. It is up to us as taxpayers 
to determine whcrt we want coming out of our institutions — on the one hand the costs go up and up, while every 
time we turn out a man properly rehabilitated and ready to take his rightful place in our society we save 
thousands of dollars. 

In the year 1958 there were 1,102 prisoners processed through the institution at Deer Lodge, and in 1959, 1,052 
went through. We must remember that 98% come out into our communities again and ask ourselves "what do we 
.want coming out, what kind of a person, a more proficient criminal or a properly rehabilitated individual?" 

Our program and our budget is built around the idea of helping men to change their attitudes, opinions and 
habits, and to give them a better understanding of themselves and the causitive factors behind their conduct, with 
the hope in mind that this will equip them to return to society and remain a part of it as a decent, useful, con- 
tributing member. 

To attempt to accomplish this rebuilding of lives, we shall try to offer the following services which is recognized 
world wide as the essentials of a rehabilitation program. 

1. Medical, dental and physical care to improve their physical selves and equip them to do on amount of work 
sufficient to provide for themselves and families. 

2. Employment at useful worthwhile jobs pointed toward teaching them trades, good work habits, develop what- 
ever skills they may possess and at the same time produce goods which can be used by this and other tax 
supported units of government. 

3. A school and library to improve their education and help them to compete on an even basis in this highly com- 
plex society of ours. 

4. A recreation program to teach these men the value of fcrir play and to develop for them on interest in whole- 
some leisure time pursuits. 

5. A disciplinary program to teach them respect for and a desire to live by the laws and rules, both in the insti- 
tution and back in their community, and to perform scrtisfadorily in group living. 

6. Spiritual and moral guidance through a religious program, basic to any reform. 

7. Psychiatric and psychological testing, probing and treatment to give the man a better understanding of himself 
and his problems and to equip him to cope with them. 

8. Supervision of earnings and funds in an effort to teach them to handle their monies, the value of money, and to 
live within their means to provide for themselves. 

9. A Social Service to aid them with their social problems and adjustments and to help develop and maintain 
healthy relationship with families and other community contacts. 

Our objectives, of course, in addition to the above, include keeping the offenders committed to us in custody 
until released by due process of law and their protection while so incarcerated from any adverse influence which 
might be brought to bear upon them. 

The prison system includes the main prison, the trusty compound and several outside buildings, and the prison 
ranch system of approximately 33,000 acres. This is a large operation, on extremely important institution and re- 
quires considerable staff for efficient operation. (Personnel needs for the coming biennium ore spelled out in the at- 
tached post-shift analysis. Justification for additional positions asked for are based on meeting present standards, 
a five-day week, exclusive of Ranch personnel, and continuing progress in carrying out the purposes for which this 
correctional facility exists.) 



INSTITUTIONS 481 

AGENCY— PRISON BUREAU OF RECORDS AND BUREAU OF IDENTIHCATION 

Program and Performance 

Two separate types of records are set up and maintained in this department. One set of records concerns the 
prison, the other files and records concern the criminal activity in Montana and the surrounding states. The work 
assignments for the Bureau of Prison Records are summarized as follows: the preparation and maintaining of in- 
mates file folders, which include all information, reports etc, concerning the inmate. Parole and discharge dotes are 
figured and good time allowances credited. An active card is kept giving the data on the inmate concerning his 
work record, parole eligibility and discharge date and a short descriptive. Many other miscellaneous reports and 
records are prepared concerning the inmates. Daily count records and the permanent count records ore recorded, 
showing totals, releases, and receipts. Reports are prepared on the inmate population for the Board of Prison Com- 
missioners and the National Bureau of Prisons. 

The work, assignments of the Bureau of Criminal Identification consist of the preparation and maintaining of 
records of persons arrested in this state and any known criminal or criminal activity in this state and the surround- 
ing states. Information is compiled and circulated to interested law enforcement agencies in the form of Bulletins 
and booklets. One Bulletin, the Police Bulletin, giving information on stolen property and wanted or missing per- 
sons is circulated once a week. Once a month a Bulletin is circulated with photographs and descriptives of per- 
sons released from Montana State Prison. Once a year, all the current information concerning the criminal element 
in this state and surrounding states is compiled in a Booklet form and distributed to interested low enforcement 
agencies. Supplements are also compiled to this booklet during the year and distributed. All the information con- 
tained in the above mentioned Police Bulletin and the Criminal Booklet must be current and authentic. A record is 
also maintained on persons receiving Suspended Sentences in this state. A file must also be kept current on the 
wanted and missing persons and items reported stolen. 



482 
PRISON 



INSTITUTIONS 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropricrtion 1957-58 
Expenditures 

Balance 



Appropriation 1958-59 
Expenditures 



Transfer Out — 
Cany-over 



_.$ 757,002 
-,. 775,661 

_,_($ 18,659) 

_.. $1,101,476 

_ 1,006,271 

16 

75,348 



Carry-over 



Appropriation 1959-60 

Expenditures 

Transfer Out 



Reversion 



$ 1,182 



Balance 

Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



$ 75,348 
$1,562,771 
.. 1,494,416 
_ 28,434 

..$ 115,269 

.$1,435,771 
.. 1,542,089 

-$ 8,951 



Prison Industrial Revolving Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 .$ 33,979.30 

Income 156,236.17 

Expenditures 140,406.09 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 49,809.38 

Income 41,877.18 

Expenditures 61,059.03 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 30,627.53 

Income 49,398.01 

Expenditures 34,818.40 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 45,207.14 



Prison Fire Loss Fund 



Balance July 1, 1957 _ 
Balance June 30, 1958 
Balance Jime 30, 1959 
Expenditures 

Balance June 30, 1960 



.$4,278.47 
. $4,278.47 
..$4,278.47 
.. 2,166.33 

$2,112.14 



Institutional Trust Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $186.00 

Income 127.48 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income 



Balance June 30, 1959 
Income 



$313.48 
. 140.36 

$453.84 
.. 173.69 



Balance June 30, 1960 $627.53 



INSTITUTIONS 



PRISON 



Prison Seciuity Housing Related 
Facilities Planning 
Income $22, 1 75.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $22,175.00 

Expenditures , .._- 22, 1 75.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 -._ 

Prison Minimum Security 
Facilities Planning 

Income $4,978.60 



Balance June 30, 1959 $4,978.60 

Income '.... 2,000.00 

Expenditures - 6,978.60 



Balance June 30, 1960 

Prison Admin. Building Planning 
Income $4,255.59 



Balance June 30, 1959 $4,255.59 

Expenditures 4,255.59 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Prison Receiving Service Planning 
Income $19,255.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $19,255.00 

Expenditures 19,255.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



Prison Industrial Shops 
Warehouse Planning 

Income ___ $13,382.1 1 



Balance June 30, 1959 .._ $13,382.11 

Expenditures 13,382.1 1 



Balance June 30, H 



Prison Recreation Bldg. Plaiming 
Income $7,503.00 

Balance June 30, 1959 $7,503.00 

Expenditures 7,503.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 



484 INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 39 37 38 38 31 31 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 22,242 $ 22,105 $ 23,526 $ 24,379 $ 24,320 $ 24,638 

Care and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 53,512 54,434 59,903 64,240 68,350 68,350 

General Services 18,283 19,595 20,888 21,855 20,840 20,840 

Education and Training 95,608 93,701 95,922 105,410 80,055 80,055 

Equipment 281 608 191 1,600 1,300 1,300 

Land and Buildings 3,546 7,993 92,385 5,600 2,300 1,800 

Debt Service .-- 16,684 10,191 9,040 13,000 13,000 13,000 



TOTAL.- _ $210,156 $208,627 $301,855 $236,084 $210,165 $209,983 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages -- ...$151,662 $149,363 $160,634 $167,494 

Operating _ 35,575 37,599 37,837 45,665 

Travel 160 206 300 

Equipment 281 608 191 1,600 

Land and Buildings 3,546 7,993 92,385 5,600 

Repairs and Replacements 2,408 2,713 1,562 2,425 

Debt Service 16,684 10,191 9,040 13,000 

TOTAL.... $210,156 $208,627 $301,855 $236,084 $210,165 $209,983 

FINANCING 

General Fund $180,872 $189,554 $279,560 $213,084 $172,165 $176,983 

Other 

Interest and Income 12,600 8,882 13,255 10,000 25,000 20,000 

Interest and Sinking 16,684 10,191 9,040 13,000 13,000 13,000 



$148,175 


$148,493 


43,040 


43,040 


150 


150 


1,300 


1,300 


2,300 


1,800 


2,200 


2,200 


13,000 


13,000 



TOTAL FINANCING $210,156 $208,627 $301,855 $236,084 $210,165 $209,983 



INSTITUTIONS 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

ADMINISTRATION Actual Actual Actual Estimate 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 3 3 3 3 

Salaries and Wages .....$ 13,240 $ 13,552 $ 14,802 $ 14,904 

Employee Benefits 7,585 6,910 7,290 7,700 

TOTAL „$ 20,825 $ 20,462 $ 22,092 $ 22,604 

OPERATING 

Communication $ 1,061 $ 1,041 $ 1,061 $ 1,100 

Office Supplies 164 256 89 150 

Miscellaneous 

Official Bonds 12 26 6 25 

Freight and Express 180 160 72 200 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 1,417 $ 1,483 $ 1,228 $ 1,475 

TRAVEL 

Out-of-State .„... ' $ 160 $ 206 $ 300 

$ 

$ 

1 

Salaries and Wages _,_„ $32,127 $30,884 $35,825 $35,840 

TOTAL $32,127 $30,884 $35,825 $35,840 

OPERATING 

Food $ 16,495 $ 15,386 $ 15,370 $ 19,000 

Household and 

Dinijig room Supplies ...._. 2,193 2,922 2,490 2,500 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 704 1,976 1,542 1,220 

Laundry and Janitoral 1,625 2,849 4,194 5,280 

Recreational and Religious ...... 368 417 482 400 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 21,385 $ 23,550 $ 24,078 $ 28,400 

TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES $53,512 $54,434 $59,903 $64,240 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 14,900 
7,945 

$ 22,845 



$ 14,900 
8,263 

$ 23,163 



1,000 
150 

25 
150 



1,000 
150 

25 
150 



$ 1,325 



$ 1,325 



$ 150 



$ 150 



TOTAL TRAVEL 




$ 160 


$ 206 


$ 300 


$ 150 


$ 150 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 22,242 


$ 22,105 


$ 23,526 


$ 24,379 


$ 24,320 


$ 24,638 


SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BUND 


CARE AND CUSTODY OF 
STUDENTS AND INMATES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


14 


12 


13 


12 


12 


12 









$ 40,250 
$ 40,250 



$ 40,250 
$ 40,250 



$ 20,000 


$ 20,000 


2,500 


2,500 


1,200 

4,000 

400 


1,200 

4,000 

400 



$ 28,100 



$ 28,100 



$ 68,350 



$ 68,350 



486 INSTITUTIONS 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BUND 

1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 

GENERAL SERVICES Actual Actudl Actual Estimate 

(PHYSICAL PLANT) 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 

Number of Positions 2 2 2 2 

Salaries and Wages $ 9,048 $ 10,524 $ 10,588 $ 10,540 

TOTAL $ 9,048 $ 10,524 $ 10,588 $ 10,540 

OPERATING 

Insurance and Licenses $ 41 $ 173 $ 61 $ 100 

Auto and Truck Expense 2 5 83 90 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 221 1,061 1,145 1,200 

Household and Janitoral 1,105 820 651 800 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease 415 379 435 550 

Utilities 5,293 5,683 6,981 7,000 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 7,077 $ 8,121 $ 9,356 $ 9,740 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 9,900 
$ 9,900 



$ 9,640 



$ 9,900 
$ 9,900 



$ 100 


$ 100 


90 


90 


1,000 


1,000 


800 


800 


450 


450 


7,200 


7,200 



$ 9,640 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

TOTAL $ 2,158 $ 950 


$ 944 


$ 1,575 


$ 1,300 


$ 1,300 


TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $ 18,283 $ 19,595 


$ 20,888 


$ 21,855 


$ 20,840 


$ 20,840 






SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 


1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION AND TRAINING Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 20 20 


20 


21 


14 


14 



Salaries and Wages 
Employee Benefits 

TOTAL 



-$ 86,730 
.- 2,932 



, $ 89,662 



$ 84,652 
2,841 

$ 87,493 



$ 88,835 
3,294 

$ 92,129 



$ 94,850 
3,660 

$ 98,510 



$ 72,500 
2,680 

$ 75,180 



$ 72,500 
2,680 

$ 75,180 



OPERATING 

Educational Supplies $ 4,813 

Subscriptions 383 

Miscellaneous 500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 5,696 



3,976 
469 



$ 4,445 



$ 1,766 

389 

1,020 

$ 3,175 



$ 4,175 
375 
1,500 

$ 6,050 



3,000 
475 
500 



3,000 
475 
500 



3,975 $ 3,975 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
TOTAL $ 250 


$ 1,763 


$ 618 


$ 850 


$ 900 


$ 900 


TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $ 95,608 


$ 93,701 


$ 95,922 


$105,410 


$ 80,055 


$ 80,055 



INSTITUTIONS 



SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 



1957 Biennium 
EQUIPMENT Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment $ 

Furniture and Fixtures 


158 
103 


$ 


20 
10 


$ 


167 


$ 


300 
300 


$ 


200 
100 


$ 


200 

ino 






TOTAL $ 


261 


$ 


30 


$ 


167 


$ 


600 


$ 


300 


$ 


300 


EDUCATION AND TRAINING 

Machinery and Equipment 

Furniture and Fixtures 


20 


$ 


543 
35 


$ 


10 
14 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 




Library and Reference 
Books - $ 


1,000 


TOTAL $ 


20 


$ 


578 


$ 


24 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


$ 


1,000 


TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT $ 


281 


$ 


608 


$ 


191 


$ 


1,600 


$ 


1,300 


$ 


1,300 


SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 


LAND AND BUILDINGS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 3,000 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 

TOTAL $ 3,000 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements $ 592 $ 1,281 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 2,954 3,712 

i BUILDINGS .-„.-, $ 

DEBT SERVICE 

Interest $ 2,462 $ 2,191 

Bonds Redeemed 14,222 8,000 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE $ 16,684 $ 10,191 



$ 89,046 
$ 89,046 



300 
300 



600 



690 
2,649 



$ 1,000 
4,000 



$ 200 
2,100 



200 
1,600 



TOTAL 


_-_..$ 3,546 


$ 4,993 


$ 3,339 


$ 5,000 


$ 2,300 


$ 1,800 


TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS .-. 


..-,$ 3,546 


$ 7,993 


$ 92,385 


$ 5,600 


$ 2,300 


$ 1,800 



488 INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 



Program and Performance 

Sections 80-101 to 123, Revised Codes of Montana, 1947, cover the establishment and operation of the School 
for Deaf and Blind. 

The purpose of the school is to give the best possible education through high school to Montana children 
whose hearing or vision is too defective to make satisfactory progress in public school. The child must be physi- 
cally, mentally and morally teachable, not just trainable. 

Children come from all over Montana. We encourage parents, who can, to move to Great Falls so their chil- 
dren can enter as day pupils. The others must be residential students during the nine months of the school term. 

A full recreational program is carried out with volunteer help or with funds from income from bequests. This 
is without cost to the state. We do not use state funds for anything that is better than is furnished by the poorest 
school in the state. 

All children attend Sunday school at the church of their parents' choice. Special classes for the deaf are pro- 
vided. The blind children integrate. Transportation for church is all furnished by members of the congregations. 

We lose teachers to states with higher salary schedules but even so, our children's achievement tests com- 
pare favorably with those of any similar schools. We do not say this school is the best but we maintain that none 
can do better. 



INSTITUTIONS 

SCHOOL FOR DEAF AND BLIND 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 $188,035 Appropriation 1959-60 $317,400 

Expenditures - 180,904 Expenditures _ 279,558 



Balance $ 7,131 Balance $ 37,842 

Appropriation 1958-59 $185,000 Appropriation 1960-61 ...„,. ,$214,400 

Expenditures 189,552 Estimated Expenditures 224,180 



Reversion ..- -■- $ 2,579 Estimated Reversion -_ $ 28,062 

Interest ccnd Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 $19,341.71 

Income 1 0, 1 34.64 

Expenditures 12,600.50 



Balance June 30, 1958 $16,875.85 

Income 17,743.94 

Expenditures 8,882.33 

Transfer Out 5,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $20,737.46 

Income 25,614.12 

Expenditures 13,254.65 

Transfer Out ,_- 6,000.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 __ $27,096.93 



Interest and Sinking 

Balance July 1, 1957 $10,150.63 

Income 7,457.50 

Expenditures 1 6,684.48 



Balance June 30, 1958 ,„ $ 923.65 

Income 1 0,480.50 

Expenditures 10,191.12 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 1,213.03 

Income ,-- 9,048.50 

Expenditures -- 9,040.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,221.53 



490 INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— SOLDIERS' HOME 



41,889 


44,262 


46,834 


46,834 


41,767 


42,850 


34,483 


34,983 


11,878 


11,980 


13,805 


13,805 


5,215 


5,700 


4,200 


3,500 


9,449 


5,300 


5,850 


5,850 


2,484 









1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 20 20 22 25 27 27 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $14,114 $14,276 $16,013 $16,120 $16,341 $16,489 

Care and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 35,425 38,936 

General Services 32,382 37,295 

Form 13,273 13,091 

Equipment 1,992 3,173 

Land and Buildings 7,090 10,590 

Trading Accounts — 

TOTAL .- $104,276 $117,361 $128,695 $126,212 $121,513 $121,461 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages .$ 58,582 $ 61,390 

Operating 34,049 37,893 

Travel 846 384 

Equipment 1,992 3,173 

Land and Buildings 7,090 10,590 

Repairs and Replacements 1,717 3,931 

Trading Accounts 

TOTAL $104,276 $117,361 $128,695 $126,212 $121,513 $121,461 

FINANCING 

General Fund $61,663 $68,931 $75,835 $78,164 $73,513 $73,461 

Other 

Soldiers' Home, U.S. Aid 41,637 47,680 50,376 48,048 48,000 48,000 

Trading Accounts _ _ 976 750 2,484 



$ 67,675 


$ 69,200 


$ 65,068 


$ 65,216 


43,455 


45,637 


46,095 


46,595 


364 


300 


200 


200 


5,215 


5,700 


4,200 


3,500 


9,449 


5,300 


5,850 


5,850 


53 


75 


100 


100 


2,484 









TOTAL FINANCING -_ $104,276 $117,361 $128,695 $126,212 $121,513 $121,461 



INSTITUTIONS 



SOLDIERS' HOME 












ADMINISTHATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1982-63 


Number of Positions 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 2 



Scflctries ctnd Wages 


- $ 


8,200 
4,212 


$ 


8,476 
3,602 


$ 


8,921 
4,957 


$ 


9,000 
5,000 


$ 


9,600 
4,926 


$ 


9,600 


Employee Benefits 




5,074 








TOTAL 


....... .$ 


12,412 


$ 


12,078 




13,878 




14,000 




14,526 




14,674 


OPERATING 

Communicxition 

Office Supplies 


$ 


500 

171 

79 
504 
106 


$ 


577 
301 

75 

839 

22 


$ 


662 
415 

90 
604 


$ 


660 
420 

90 
650 


$ 


630 

400 

10 

75 
500 


$ 


630 
400 


Miscellaneous 
Official Bonds 




10 


Local Board 




75 


Miscellaneous . 




500 








TOTAL OPEFLA.TING 


... $ 


1,360 


$ 


1,814 


$ 


1,771 


$ 


1,820 


$ 


1,615 


$ 


1,615 








TRAVEL 

In-State 










$ 


364 


$ 


50 
250 


$ 


200 


$ 


200 


Out-of-Stcrte 








TOTAL TRAVEL ... 


$ 342 


$ 384 


$ 364 


$ 300 


$ 200 


$ 200 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 14,114 


$ 14,276 


$ 16,013 


$ 16,120 


$ 16,341 


$ 16,489 


SOLDIERS' HOME 


CARE AND CUSTODY OF 
STUDENTS AND INMATES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions - 


13 


14 


13 


14 


15 


15 









Salaries and Wages . 
TOTAL 



..$ 22,897 
..$ 22,897 



$ 25,195 
$ 25,195 



$ 25,632 
$ 25,632 



$ 26,000 
$ 26,000 



$ 25,584 
$ 25,584 



$ 25,584 
$ 25,584 



OPERATING 

Food 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 

Clothing and Related 

Drugs and Medicines 

Recreational and Religious 



$ 11,208 

878 

35 

295 

112 



$ 12,915 


$ 14,871 


$ 16,862 


$ 20,000 


$ 20,000 


304 


747 


750 


650 


650 


476 
46 


341 
298 


350 
300 


400 
200 


400 
200 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 12,528 


$ 13,741 


$ 16,257 


$ 18,262 


$ 21,250 


$ 21,250 








TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES 


$ 35,425 


$ 38,936 


$ 41,889 


$ 44,262 


$ 46,834 


$ 46,834 



492 INSTITUTIONS 

SOLDIERS' HOME 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

GENERAL SERVICES Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

(PHYSICAL PLANT) 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 5 4 4 6 7 7 

Salcn-ies and Wages $ 16,370 $ 17,718 $22,023 $23,000 $ 16,958 $ 16,958 



TOTAL $ 16,370 $ 17,718 $ 22,023 $ 23,000 $ 16,958 $ 16,958 

OPERATING 

Insurance and Licenses $ 98 $ 222 $ 95 $ 100 

Auto and Truck Expense 96 360 754 750 

Supplies 

Building and Plant - 1,430 3,371 5,348 5,400 

Household and Janitoral 1,785 1,477 1,025 1,000 

Lawn and Garden 59 131 72 75 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease ...... 678 691 814 825 

Utilities... 10,228 9,737 11,460 11,500 

Miscellaneous 10 123 125 

TOTAL OPERATING $14,374 $15,999 $19,691 $19,775 $17,425 $17,925 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs .._ $ 53 $ 75 $ 100 $ 100 



$ 100 


$ 100 


500 


500 


3,000 


3,000 


1,025 


1,025 


100 


100 


700 


700 


12,000 


12,500 



TOTAL 


$ 1,638 


$ 3,578 


$ 53 


$ 75 


$ 100 


$ 100 








TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 32,382 


$ 37,295 


$ 41,767 


$ 42,850 


$ 34,483 


$ 34,983 



INSTITUTIONS 

SOLDIERS' HOME 

1957 Biennium 
FARM Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 

Salaries and Wages $ 6,903 $ 6,399 

TOTAL $ 6,903 $ 6,399 

OPERATING 

Supplies $ 110 $ 790 

Livestock Feed 3,666 4,045 

Seeds and Plants 206 33 

Veterinarian and Related 183 147 

Harvesting and Irrigation ..— 1,646 1,096 

Rentals - 112 118 

Auto, Truck and Machinery 225 

Gasoline, Oil, Grease 
and Tractor Fuel 143 110 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-80 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 6,142 
$ 6,142 



$ 6,200 
$ 6,200 



$ 8,000 
$ 8,000 



;,ooo 



1,000 



$ 930 


$ 950 


$ 925 


$ 925 


1,872 


1,900 


2,500 


2,500 


27 


30 


50 


50 


107 


100 


100 


100 


1,464 


1,400 


1,500 


1,500 


215 


200 


130 


130 


792 


800 


300 


300 


329 


400 


300 


300 



TOTAL OPERATING 


$ 6,291 


$ 6,339 


$ 5,736 $ 5,780 


$ 5,805 $ 5,805 






REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
TOTAL -..-- 


$ 79 


$ 353 






TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


$ 13,273 


$ 13,091 


$ 11,878 $ 11,980 


$ 13,805 $ 13,805 


SOLDIERS' HOME 


EQUIPMENT 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



ADMINISTRATION 

Office Equipment and 

Furniture 

TOTAL 

GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment $ 1,848 $ 826 

Furniture and Fixtures ._ -— 50 649 

TOTAL ■■■■■. $ 1,898 $ 1,475 

FARM 

Machinery and Equipment -- $ 94 

Livestock $ 1,698 



$ 121 

$ 121 



$ 1,366 
327 

$ 1,693 



$ 5,700 



$ 5,700 



$ 1,000 
$ 1,000 



1,500 
1,000 



$ 2,500 



$ 559 
400 



$ 3,200 



$ 1,000 



TOTAL --^ 


__. $ 94 


$ 1,698 


$ 


959 




$ 3,200 


$ 1,000 


MOTOR VEHICLES 






$ 


2,442 








TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT .„ .. 


.$ 1,992 


$ 3,173 


$ 


5,215 


$ 5,700 


$ 4,200 


$ 3,500 



494 

SOLDIERS' HOME 






INSTITUTIONS 
















LAND AND BUILDINGS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-81 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


CAPITAL 

BuOdings — Attached 

Fixtures - 


.$ 


3,747 


$ 1,546 


$ 


4,335 






$ 


4,000 


$ 


4 150 






TOTAL -_ _ 


$ 


3,747 


$ 1,546 


$ 


4,335 


$ 


4,000 


$ 


4,150 








REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements - 


..$ 


3,343 


$ 410 
8,634 


$ 


254 
4,860 


S 


300 
5,000 


$ 


200 
1,650 


$ 


200 


Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 


1,500 






TOTAL . 


-$ 


3,343 


$ 9,044 


$ 


5,114 


$ 


5,300 


$ 


1,850 


$ 


1,700 


TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS ...... 


.$ 


7,090 


$ 10,590 


$ 


9,449 


$ 


5,300 


$ 


5,850 


$ 


5,850 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



Appropriation 1957-58 
Expenditures 



General Fund 



Balance . 



..$65,724 
.. 61,663 

$ 4,061 



Appropriation 1958-59 $65,098 

Expenditures 68,931 

Transfer Out 225 



Reversion 



$ 



Appropriation 1959-60 
Expenditures 



Balance 



Appropriation 1960-61 

Estimated Expenditures 

Estimated Reversion 



$77,000 
. 75,836 

$ 1,164 

$77,000 
. 78,164 



Soldiers' Home 
U.S. Aid 

Balance July 1, 1957 $18,857.13 

Income 37,495.83 

Expenditures 41,637.26 

Balance June 30, 1958 $14,715.70 

Income 42,539.39 

Expendihares 47,679.99 

Balance June 30, 1959 $ 9,575.10 

Income 42,541.22 

Expenditures 50,375.38 

Balance June 30, 1960 $ 1,740.94 



INSTITUTIONS 



SOLDIER'S HOME 



Soldiers' Home Interest and Income 

Balance July 1, 1957 _.-.. $ 719.69 

Income 265.67 

Balance June 30, 1958 $ 985.36 

Income 344.52 



Balance June 30, 1959 $1,329.88 

Income 525.50 



Balance June 30, 1960 $1,855.38 



Soldiers' Home Weliore 
Interest and Income 

Income $ 1 20.77 

Transfer Out 120.77 

Balance June 30, 1958 

Income ._ $136.87 

Transfer Out 136.87 

Balance June 30, 1959 

Income $174.63 

Transfer Out 174.63 



Balance June 30, 1960 



AGENCY— SOLDIERS' HOME 

Program and Performance 

Section 80-303, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, states, "There is hereby established in this state a soldiers' 
home, the object of which shall be to provide home and subsistence to honorably discharged soldiers, seniors, and 
marines who hove served in the United States army or navy, and who have become unable to earn a livelihood by 
reason of such service, or from age or otherwise. 

Section 80-311, Revised Codes of Montana 1947, states, "The board of managers of the soldiers' home is au- 
thorized and empowered to admit to the privileges of the home \inder such rules as the board may prescribe, the 
wives or widows of soldiers, sailors or marines who are inmates or who may be or may hove been eligible to admis- 
sion as inmates and who were married to such soldiers, sailors or marines; provided that no woman be admitted who 
has not attained the age of fifty (50) years. 



496 INSTITUTIONS 

SUMMARY OF— STATE HOSPITAL 



$ 244,235 


$ 272,677 


$ 282,677 


$ 252,774 


$ 258,985 


1,921,583 


2,105,457 


2,145,378 


2,046,712 


2,052,592 


320,124 


389,003 


389,003 


311,286 


313,286 


130,089 


154,476 


154,476 


89,272 


94,272 


55,040 


71,782 


72,000 


27,000 


27,500 


723,138 


286,346 


319,500 






128,535 


137,900 


160,000 


160,000 


160,000 


144,970 


220,024 


237,501 


215,339 


220,137 


(239,783) 


(187,031) 


(187,031) 


(125,000) 


(125,000) 


(35,588) 


(45,004) 


(183,929) 







1957 Biennium 19S9 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 485 513 534 536 486 486 

DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 241,315 

Core and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 1,895,376 

General Services 333,507 

Farm 117,230 

Equipment 73,426 

Land and Buildings 952,770 

Debt Service 334,819 

Mental Hygiene and Field ..-- 134,029 

Stores Credit (258,786) 

Other Credit 1,715 

TOTAL...... _.. $3,825,401 $3,392,343 $3,405,630 $3,389,575 $2,977,383 $3,001,772 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages ....$1,677,444 

Operating 882,794 

Travel 10,840 

Equipment 73,426 

Land and Buildings 952,770 

Repairs and Replacements .... 16,350 

Debt Service 334,819 

Mental Hygiene and Field ...... 134,029 

Stores Credit (258,786) 

Other Credit 1,715 

TOTAL $3,825,401 $3,392,343 $3,405,630 $3,389,575 $2,977,383 $3,001,772 

FINANCING 

General Fund $2,461,515 

Other 

Mental Hygiene, U.S 26,148 

Health Project, U.S 20,651 

Hospital Construction 982,268 

Insane Hosp. I&S 1935 18,133 

Insane Hosp. I&S 1955 114,040 

Insane Hosp. I&S 1947 202,646 

Hosp. Bldg. Fund 

TOTAL FINANCING $3,825,401 $3,392,343 $3,405,630 $3,389,575 $2,977,383 $3,001,772 



$1,672,946 


$1,931,056 


$1,980,977 


$1,800,394 


$1,812,485 


907,579 


937,427 


937,427 


884,850 


891,850 


10,396 


10,717 


10,717 


2,800 


2,800 


55,040 


71,782 


72,000 


27,000 


27,500 


723,138 


286,346 


319,500 






25,110 


42,413 


42,413 


12,000 


12,000 


128,535 


137,900 


160,000 


160,000 


160,000 


144,970 


220,024 


237,501 


215,339 


220,137 


(239,783) 


(187,031) 


(187,031) 


(125,000) 


(125,000) 


(35,588) 


(45,004) 


(183,929) 







$2,483,634 


$3,003,145 


$2,894,764 


$2,742,721 


$2,783,866 


25,871 


40,981 


40,000 


40,000 


40,000 


31,982 


44,393 


57,005 


34,662 


17,906 


722,321 


79,143 


12,806 






17,701 


17,635 


17,000 


17,000 


17,000 


110,834 


104,893 

15,372 

100,068 


143,000 
225,000 


143,000 


143,000 



STATE HOSPITAL 




INSTITUTIONS 






497 


ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


24 


29 


30 


30 


24 


24 


Salaries and Wages 


$ 89,093 
.. 114,143 


$ 90,320 
113,600 


$104,294 
128,505 


$114,294 
128,505 


$100,080 
127,894 


$101,760 


Employee Benefits — 


132,425 






TOTAL 


. $203,236 


$203,920 


$232,799 


$242,799 


$227,974 


$234,185 


OPERATING 

Commimicotion 


._$ 10,859 


$ 12,978 
7,549 
1,560 

18 

2,915 

270 

98 

50 
1,058 
2,369 


$ 12,914 
7,027 
1,272 

300 

2,248 

110 

24 

15 

947 

2,065 


$ 12,914 
7,027 
1,272 

300 

2,248 

110 

24 

15 

947 

2,065 


$ 10,000 
7,000 
1,000 

2,500 

50 
750 


$ 10,000 


Office Supplies 

Dues and Subscriptions 

Gratuities, Burials 

and Autopsies 


.. 7,488 
„ 1,032 

„ 1,090 


7,000 
1,000 




._ 2,495 
180 

98 

471 

.. 2,335 


2,500 










Miscellaneous 

Official Bonds 


50 


Freight and Express 


750 


Miscellaneous 








TOTAL OPERATING 


. $ 26,048 


$ 28,865 


$ 26,922 


$ 26,922 


$ 21,300 


$ 21,300 


TRAVEL 

In-State — 

Out-of-State 


.$ 7,009 
_. 3,445 


$ 6,143 
3,703 


$ 6,971 
3,246 


$ 6,971 
3,246 


$ 2,000 
500 


$ 2,000 
500 






TOTAL TFLAVEL 


.$ 10,454 


$ 9,846 


$ 10,217 


$ 10,217 


$ 2,500 


$ 2,500 






REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 










$ 1,000 


$ 1,000 






TOTAL 


.$ 1,577 


$ 1,604 


$ 2,739 


$ 2,739 


$ 1,000 


$ 1,000 


TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


.$241,315 


$244,235 


$272,677 


$282,677 


$252,774 


$258,985 



498 INSTITUTIONS 

STATE HOSPITAL 



CARE AND CUSTODY OF 
STUDENTS AND INMATES 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Numbor of Positions 


389 


399 


421 


421 


388 


388 










$1,228,442 


$1,240,832 


$1,430,954 


$1,470,875 


$1,366,212 


$1,372,092 








TOTAL . .. - - 


$1,228,442 


$1,240,832 


$1,430,954 


$1,470,875 


$1,366,212 


$1,372,092 



OPERATING 

Food $ 499,417 $ 510,152 $ 487,729 $ 487,729 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 6,073 16,040 30,488 30,488 

Clothing and Relcrted 61,992 55,582 67,047 67,047 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental 12,219 7,488 3,337 3,337 

Drugs and Medicines 58,632 60,105 52,964 52,964 

Laundry and Janitoral 9,384 10,329 10,163 10,163 

Recreational and Religious 2,673 2,741 654 654 

Chemical and Laboratory '16,544 18,314 22,121 22,121 



$ 500,000 


$ 500,000 


20,000 


20,000 


70,000 


70,000 


5,000 


5,000 


55,000 


55,000 


10,000 


10,000 


500 


500 


20,000 


20,000 



TOTAL OPERATING -$ 666,934 $ 680,751 $ 674,503 $ 674,503 $ 680,500 $ 680,500 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $1,895,376 $1,921,583 $2,105,457 $2,145,378 $2,046,712 $2,052,592 



INSTITUTIONS 



STATE HOSPITAL 












GENERAL SERVICES 
(PHYSICAL PLANT) 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
- 1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions — 


45 


50 


44 


44 


36 36 







Salaries cmd Wages 


$197,311 


$171,749 
$171,749 


$212,883 


$212,883 


$171,936 


$171,936 








TOTAL . 


.-$197,311 


$212,883 


$212,883 


$171,936 


$171,936 


OPERATING 

Insurance and Licenses 


„ $ 657 
-- 2,925 

.. 28,969 
,„ 19,569 
671 
„ 8,237 
_ 63,997 

'" 367 


$ 1,674 
3,299 

18,572 

21,405 

625 

6,593 

76,702 

147 

142 


$ 584 
5,268 

27,862 

22,226 

665 

6,808 

75,802 

494 

(157) 


$ 584 
5,268 

27,862 

22,226 

665 

6,808 

75,802 

494 

(157) 


$ 600 
3,500 

20,000 

20,000 

700 

6,500 

78,000 


$ 600 


Auto and Truck Expense 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 


3.500 
20,000 


Household and Janitoral 

Lawn and Garden 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease - 
Utilities _- . 

Ff^ntrrls 


20,000 

700 

6,500 

80,000 


Miscellaneous 





TOTAL OPERATING $125,402 



$129,159 



$139,552 



$139,552 



$129,300 



$131,300 



TRAVEL 

In-State $ 85 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 85 



305 $ 193 $ 193 



305 $ 193 $ 193 



50 



50 



50 



50 



REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 

TOTAL $ 10,709 



18,911 $ 36,375 $ 36,375 



$ 10,000 $ 10,000 



$ 10,000 $ 10,000 



TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES _ 



$333,507 



$320,124 $389,003 $389,003 



$311,286 $313,286 



500 INSTITUTIONS 

STATE HOSPITAL 



1957 Biennium 1959 Bieimium 1961 Biennium 

FARM Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 15 14 13 13 9 9 

Salaries and Wages $ 48,455 $ 56,445 $ 54,420 $ 54,420 $ 34,272 $ 34,272 



TOTAL $ 48,455 $ 56,445 $ 54,420 $ 54,420 $ 34,272 $ 34,272 

OPERATING 

Supplies $ 5,650 $ 11,051 $ 11,227 $ 11,227 $ 10,000 $ 10,000 

Livestock Feed 34,048 33,674 58,392 58,392 40,000 45,000 

Seeds and Plants 910 2,905 771 771 

Veterinarian and Related 1,892 2,282 2,194 2,194 1,500 1,500 

Harvesting and Irrigation 4,613 4,155 4,361 4,361 2,000 2,000 

Rentals 10,505 10,505 11,005 11,005 

Auto, Truck and Machinery ...... 609 250 250 

Utilities 345 

Miscellaneous 5,838 4,232 8,500 8,500 



TOTAL OPERATING $ 64,410 $ 68,804 $ 96,450 $ 96,450 $ 53,750 $ 58,750 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 250 $ 250 



TOTAL TRAVEL $ 301 $ 245 $ 307 $ 307 $ 250 $ 250 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Repairs $ 1,000 $ 1,000 



TOTAL _ $ 4,064 $ 4,595 $ 3,299 $ 3,299 $ 1,000 $ 1,000 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $117,230 $130,089 $154,476 $154,476 $89,272 $94,272 



INSTITUTIONS 



STATE HOSPITAL 



EQUIPMENT 



1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



ADMINISTFIATION 

Office Equipment and 

Furniture -,- $ 5,443 

Library and Reference 

Books 267 

TOTAL $ 5,710 

GENERAL SERVICES 

Machinery and Equipment $ 11,261 

Furniture and Fixtures 16,953 

TOTAL $ 28,214 

FARM 

Machinery and Equipment $ 9,566 

Furniture and Fixtures 



$ 


1,059 


$ 9,418 


$ 5,000 


$ 1,000 


$ 1,000 




244 


147 


500 


500 


500 



$ 1,303 



$ 9,565 



$ 5,500 



$ 1,500 



$ 1,500 



5,988 
3,123 



$ 9,111 



$ 24,605 
23,294 

$ 47,899 



$ 25,000 
24,500 

$ 49,500 



$ 5,500 
10,000 

$ 15,500 



$ 6,000 
10,000 

$ 16,000 



39,087 
74 



663 
60 



$ 2,000 



10,000 



$ 10,000 



TOTAL 


.......$ 9,566 


$ 39,161 


$ 723 


$ 2,000 


$ 10,000 $ 10,000 


MOTOR VEHICLES 


$ 29,936 


$ 5,465 


$ 13,595 


$ 15,000 




TOTAL ALL EQUIPMENT ...... 


$ 73,426 


$ 55,040 


$ 71,782 


$ 72,000 


$ 27,000 $ 27,500 


STATE HOSPITAL 


LAND AND BUILDINGS 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



CAPITAL 

Ixtnd and Land 

Improvements $ 1,080 $108,738 $ 40,000 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 944,625 $723,083 173,164 275,000 

TOTAL --...$945.705 $723,083 $281,902 $315,000 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 

Land and Land 

Improvements -- $ 873 $ 486 

Buildings — Attached 

Fixtures 6,192 $ 55 3,958 

TOTAL $ 7,065 $ 55 

TOTAL LAND & BUILDINGS $952,770 $723,138 $286,346 $319,500 

DEBT SERVICE 

Interest $ 38,819 $ 32,535 $ 30,900 $ 35,000 

Bonds Redeemed 296,000 96,000 107,000 125,000 

TOTAL DEBT SERVICE ...$334,819 $128,535 $137,900 $160,000 



$ 4,444 



$ 500 

4,000 

$ 4,500 



$ 35,000 
125,000 

$160,000 



$ 35,000 
125,000 

$160,000 



502 INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— STATE HOSPITAL 

Division 1957 Biennlum 

Actual Actual 

MENTAL HYGIENE 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 12 

Salaries and Wages $ 96,871 

Employee Benefits 5,220 

TOTAL $102,091 

OPERATING 

Postage ...$ 220 

Supplies — 985 

Telephone and Telegraph 1,522 

Subscriptions 212 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 4,093 

Special Items 

Miscellaneous 644 

Merit System _____ 966 

Other Insurance - 100 

TOTAL OPERATING .-_ $ 8,742 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,522 $ 778 

Out-of-State 580 325 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 2,102 

EQUIPMENT 

Office- 
New Addition 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT _ $ 442 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES -......$113,377 $112,986 $180,296 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



17 



22 



22 



24 



24 



$ 98,109 
5,587 

$103,696 



$157,567 
8,559 

$166,126 



$157,567 
8,559 

$166,126 



$157,260 
10,623 

$167,883 



$160,920 
11,072 

$171,992 



$ 228 

685 

1,565 

169 


$ 304 

1,506 

2,161 

212 


$ 304 

1,506 

2,161 

212 


$ 250 

1,000 

1,000 

100 


$ 250 

1,000 

1,000 

100 


3,088 


3,268 


3,268 


3,167 


3,167 


544 
980 

230 


434 

1,307 

130 


434 

1,307 

130 


1,307 
130 


1,307 
130 



$ 7,489 



$ 9,322 



$ 9,322 



$ 6,954 



$ 1,103 



$ 1,704 
455 

$ 2,159 



$ 1,659 
500 

$ 2,159 



500 
250 



$ 750 



$ 698 



$ 2,689 
$ 2,689 



$ 2,689 
$ 2,689 



$180,296 



$175,587 



$ 6,954 



500 
250 



$ 750 



$179,696 



INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— STATE HOSPITAL 

Division 1957 Biennium 

Actual Actual 

FIELD SERVICES — FEDEKAL 1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 
(Including Full-Time 
Board Members) 4 

Salaries and Wages „ $ 16,986 $25,728 

Employee Benefits 901 1,352 

TOTAL $ 17,887 $ 27,080 

OPERATING 

Postage $ 2 $ 27 

Supplies 29 74 

Telephone and Telegraph 129 

Printing 45 

Rentals, Repairs and 

Maintenance 465 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 31 $ 740 

TRAVEL 

In-State $ 1,902 $ 2,976 

Out-of-Stcrte 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1,902 $ 2,976 

EQUIPMENT 

Special — 
New Addition 

TOTAL EQUIPMENT $ 832 $ 1,188 

TOTAL ALL EXPENDITURES .-_.__ $ 20,652 $ 31,984 



503 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1960-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 34,877 
1,656 

$ 36,533 



$ 50,105 
2,500 

$ 52,605 



$ 34,500 
2,352 

$ 36,852 



$ 35,100 
2,441 

$ 37,541 







$ 


50 


$ 


25 


$ 


25 


$ 


144 




200 




75 




75 




55 




100 




50 




50 




8 




50 












270 




400 




250 




250 



$ 477 



$ 800 



$ 400 



$ 400 



2,583 
115 



3,000 
600 



$ 2,698 



$ 3,600 



$ 2,500 



$ 2,500 



$ 2,500 



$ 2,500 



20 



20 



$ 200 
$ 200 



$ 39,728 



$ 57,205 



$ 39,752 



$ 40,441 



504 INSTITUTIONS 

AGENCY— STATE HOSPITAL 



Program and Performance 

Montana State Hospital was established under the provisions of Revised Codes of Montana, Title 38, Chapter 1. 

The purpose of Montana State Hospital is to treat and discharge, or, provide custodial care for the mentally ill 
residents of the state who are committed thereto by the district courts of the state. 

A postwar trend swept the nation which called for treatment rather than custody. This trend was picked up by 
the citizens of Montana and increased funds were made available. In the decade of the fifties the number of admis- 
sions increased to where they were double in fiscal 1960 over fiscal 1950. 

With the additional funds a better treatment program was possible. The patient population reached a high of 
1,980 in 1954. Today the patient population is 1,733 in spite of increased admissions. 

There is considerable evidence to prove that there is economy to treat — restore to productivity — restore to the 
tax rolls — keep families of breadwinners off welfare rolls — rather than prolong disability with inadequate treat- 
ment. This is to scry nothing of the humanitarian aspects. 

The building program is part of a long range plan to provide facilities for treatment or care for 2,000 patients. 
Through our own efforts we have increased the amount collected from patients, who are able to pay without hard- 
ship, from $50,000 a year to the present $235,000. These are the funds on which we base our building program. 



INSTITUTIONS 
STATE HOSPITAL 



STATE APPROPRIATION 



General Fund 



Appropriation 1957-58 ---- $2,460,069 Carry-over $ 4,793 

Expenditures - 2,461,510 Appropriation 1959-60 $3,090,395 

Expenditures 3,003, 1 45 



Balance ($ 1,441) Transfer Out 164 



Appropriation 1958-59 ____ $2,493,456 Balance _ _ $ 91,879 

Expenditures - 2,483,629 

Carry-over 4,793 Appropriation 1960-61 $2,781,521 

Estimated Expenditures 2,894,764 

Reversion - ;- $ 3,593 



Mental Hygiene 
U. S. Aid 

Income $26, 1 48.00 

Expenditures 26, 1 48.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income $25,87 1 .00 

Expenditures 25,87 1 .00 



Balance June 30, 1959 _____ .___ 

Income _______ $40,98 1 .00 

Expenditures 40,98 1 .00 



Balance June 30, 1960 __ 



Health Project 
U.S. Aid 

Income $36,500.00 

Expenditures 20,65 1 .2 1 



Balance June 30, 1958 $15,848.79 

Income 33,8 1 3.86 

Expenditures 3 1 ,982.36 



Balance June 30, 1959 ._.$17,680.29 

Income ___ 36,519.15 

Expenditures __ _ 44,392.95 

Transfer Out _ 9,797.08 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 9.41 



Insane Hospital 
Interest and Sinking 1935 

Income $18,133.00 

Expenditures — 18,133.00 



Balance June 30, 1958 

Income _ $53,070.00 

Expenditures - 1 7,70 1 .00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $35,369.00 

Expenditures 17,634.50 



Balance June 30, 1960 $17,734.50 



Estimated Deficiency .._.. ._ ..$ 21,364 



506 INSTITUTIONS 

STATE HOSPITAL 



Insane Hospital 
Interest and Sinldng 1955 

Balance July 1, 1957 $341,099.32 

Income 321,754.56 

Expenditures 114,040.31 



Balance Jime 30, 1958 $548,813.57 

Income 331,632.21 

Expenditures 110,834.00 



Balance June 30, 1959 $769,611.78 

Income 25,791.17 

Expenditures 104,892.68 



Balance June 30, 1960 $690,510.27 



Insane Hospital 
Interest and Sinking 1947 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 22,252.91 

Income 176,695.90 

Expenditures 202,646.10 



Balance June 30, 1958 ($ 3,697.29) 

Income 21,312.13 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 17,614.84 

Income 1,542.02 

Expenditures 15,372.00 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 3,784.86 



Institutional Trust Fund 

Balance July 1, 1957 $ 56,253.42 

Income 94,903.50 

Expenditures 108,682.56 



Balance June 30, 1958 $ 42,474.36 

Income 127,906.54 

Expenditures 98,389.40 



Balance June 30, 1959 $ 71,991.50 

Income 123,822.93 

Expenditures 135,180.24 



Balance June 30, 1960 $ 60,634.19 



State Hospital Building Fund 

Income $234,359.52 

Expenditures „ 100,068.48 



Balance June 30, 1960 $134,291.04 



INSTITUTIONS 



SUMMARY OF— STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 






19S7 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 128 151 


172 175 


130 130 



DISTRIBUTION BY FUNCTION 

Administration $ 65,089 $ 67,592 $ 79,486 $ 84,401 $ 68,738 $ 70,153 

Core and Custody of 

Students and Inmates 328,621 

General Services 192,921 

Education and Training 24,935 

Farm 120,947 

Equipment 32,584 

Land and Buildings 151,753 

Debt Sen^ice 87,541 

Bakery Credit (14,220) 

Trading Credit 



389,697 


476,515 


480,450 


406,560 


412,560 


170,913 


201,930 


201,810 


173,085 


173,085 


26,369 


28,143 


27,985 


28,402 


28,402 


107,108 


110,801 


109,800 


102,425 


102,425 


42,103 


14,031 




6,015 




273,095 


101,841 




12,000 


7,000 


88,209 


87,146 


100,000 


100,000 


100,000 


(16,338) 


(16,834) 


(19,049) 


(20,000) 


(20,500) 


(3,034) 











TOTAL $ 990,171 $1,145,714 $1,083,059 $ 985,397 $ 877,225 $ 873,125 

DISTRIBUTION BY OBJECT 

Salaries and Wages .- $ 414,915 

Operating 300,445 

Travel 1,451 

Equipment 32,584 

Land and Buildings 151,753 

Repairs and Replacements 15,702 

Debt Service 87,541 

Bakery Credit (14,220) 

Trading Credit 



$ 466,851 


$ 594,617 


$ 598,906 


$ 488,235 


$ 489,650 


287,120 


294,550 


298,430 


284,025 


290,025 


1,406 


1,009 


960 


825 


825 


42,103 


14,031 




6,015 




273,095 


101,841 




12,000 


7,000 


6,302 


6,699 


6,150 


6,125 


6,125 


88,209 


87,146 


100,000 


100,000 


100,000 


(16,338) 


(16,834) 


(19,049) 


(20,000) 


(20,500) 


(3,034) 











TOTAL $ 990,171 $1,145,714 $1,083,059 $ 985,397 $ 877,225 $ 873,125 

FINANCING 

General Fund $ 754,531 $ 792,558 $ 937,921 $ 884,623 $ 777,225 $ 773,125 

Other 

Training School Const 148,099 264,947 57,991 774 

Training School I & S 1955 .- 85,526 88,120 87,147 100,000 100,000 100,000 

Training School I & S 2,015 89 



TOTAL FINANQNG $ 990,171 $1,145,714 $1,083,059 $ 985,397 $ 877,225 $ 873,125 



ADMINISTRATION 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


8 


8 


7 7 


5 5 









508 INSTITUTIONS 

STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 

1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

8 8 

Salaries and Wages $ 28,681 $ 26,490 $ 28,721 S 34,396 

Employee Benefits -- 24,634 28,145 40,713 40,000 

TOTAL .-.-$53,315 $54,635 $69,434 $74,396 

OPERATING 

Communication _... $ 4,017 $ 4,761 $ 4,610 $ 4,650 

Office Supplies -._ .-.-. 1,764 2,109 1,024 1,050 

Dues and Subscriptions 225 674 283 275 

Gratuities, Burials 

and Autopsies 2,395 1,257 505 500 

Insurance and Licenses 893 459 450 

Escapes and Rewards 45 5 10 

Legal and Investigation ..— 53 

Miscellaneous 

Official Bonds _... 15 47 50 

Freight and Express 73 10 17 15 

Local Board 180 180 180 

Miscellaneous -. 1,126 1,328 1,730 1,675 

TOTAL OPERATING -.-.- ...-$ 9,698 $11,227 $ 8,860 $ 8,855 

TRAVEL 
In-State $ 788 $ 750 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 1.366 $ 1,338 $ 788 $ 750 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs $ 404 $ 400 

TOTAL.-.. $ 710 $ 392 $ 404 $ 400 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $ 65,089 $ 67,592 $ 79,486 $ 84,401 



$ 26,140 
35,323 

$ 61,463 



$ 26,440 
36,438 

$ 62,878 



$ 4,000 

1,000 

275 


$ 4,000 

1,000 

275 


500 
400 


500 
400 


50 
20 
180 


50 
20 
180 



$ 6,425 



$ 6,425 



$ 750 
$ 750 



$ 750 
$ 750 



$ 100 
$ 100 



100 



100 



$ 68,738 



$ 70,153 



INSTITUTIONS 
STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

CARE AND CUSTODY OF Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

STX7DENTS AND INMATES 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 94 111 129 130 93 93 

Salaries and Wages $245,159 $284,362 $373,377 $373,000 $294,060 $294,060 



TOTAL $245,159 $284,362 $373,377 $373,000 $294,060 $294,060 

OPERATING 

Food $ 59,349 $ 72,619 $ 65,571 $ 70,000 $ 82,000 $ 88,000 

Household and 

Dining room Supplies 2,060 351 2,807 2,500 

Clothing and Related 4,372 5,391 4,651 4,650 

Hospital, Medical 

and Dental ._ ___ 3,144 4,806 14,458 14,000 

Drugs and Medicines 12,119 14,773 13,363 14,000 

Recreational and Religious ...... 2,418 1,973 2,288 2,300 

Chemical and Laborcrtory 5,422 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 83,462 $105,335 $103,138 $107,450 $112,500 $118,500 

TOTAL CURRENT 

EXPENDITURES .......$328,621 $389,697 $476,515 $480,450 $406,560 $412,560 



1,500 
5,000 


1,500 
5,000 


9,000 

14,000 

1,000 


9,000 

14,000 

1,000 



510 INSTITUTIONS 

STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 



1957 Biennium 1959 Biennium 1961 Biennium 

GENERAL SERVICES Actual Actual Actual Estimate Recommended 

(PHYSICAL PLANT) 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 

Number of Positions 11 12 12 14 12 12 

Salaries and Wages „$ 59,332 $ 65,927 $ 74,336 $ 74,500 $ 61,560 $ 61,560 



TOTAL $59,332 $65,927 $74,336 $74,500 $61,560 $61,560 

OPERATING 

Office Supplies .„... _ $ 159 $ 22 $ 24 $ 25 

Insurance and Licenses 385 

Auto and Truck Expense 423 3 883 900 

Supplies 

Building and Plant 20,454 10,456 36,228 36,250 

Household and Janitoral 27,403 13,592 15,895 15,900 

Lawn and Garden 1,312 6,488 

Gasoline, Oil and Grease ...... 4,590 3,344 4,688 4,500 

Utilities 67,403 66,315 64,326 64,500 

Miscellaneous 380 43 161 175 

TOTAL OPERATING $122,509 $100,263 $122,205 $122,250 $106,525 $106,525 

TRAVEL 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 26 $ 14 $ 59 $ 60 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs -....- $ 5,330 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 $ 5,000 



$ 25 


$ 25 


500 


500 


20,000 
14,500 


20,000 
14,500 


4,000 
67,500 


4,000 
67,500 



TOTAL $ 11,054 $ 4,709 $ 5,330 $ 5,000 $ 5 ,000 $ 5,000 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $192,921 $170,913 $201,930 $201,810 $173,085 $173,085 



INSTITUTIONS 

STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 

1957 Biennium 
EDUCATION AND TRAINING Actual Actual 

1957-58 1958-59 

Number of Positions 7 8 

Salaries and Wages - $ 23,025 $ 24,091 ! 

Employee Benefits - 860 905 

TOTAL $ 23,885 $ 24,996 

OPERATING 

Educational Supplies $ 847 $ 1,123 

Administrative Supplies 89 17 

Subscriptions 95 176 

TOTAL OPERATING ,- $ 1,031 $ 1,316 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 

TOTAL $ 19 $ 57 



1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 

1959-60 1980-61 



1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 



$ 26,118 
999 

$ 27,117 



$ 26,000 
1,010 

$ 27,010 



$ 26,300 
1,052 

$ 27,352 



782 

28 

207 



750 

25 

200 



25 
200 



$ 1,017 



$ 975 



$ 1,025 



$ 26,300 
1,052 

$ 27,352 



800 

25 

200 



$ 1,025 



25 



25 



25 



25 



TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES 


.... $ 24,935 


$ 26,369 


$ 28,143 


$ 27,985 


$ 28,402 


$ 28,402 


STATE TRAINING SCHOOL 


FARM 


1957 Biennium 
Actual Actual 
1957-58 1958-59 


1959 Biennium 
Actual Estimate 
1959-60 1960-61 


1961 Biennium 

Recommended 

1961-62 1962-63 


Number of Positions 


8 


12 


15 


15 


12 


12 


Salaries and Wages 


_... $ 33,224 


$ 36,931 


$ 50,353 


$ 50,000 


$ 43,800 


$ 43,800 








TOTAL 


.... $ 33,224 


$ 36,931 


$ 50,353 


$ 50,000 


$ 43,800 


$ 43,800 



OPERATING 

Supplies .-$ 781 $ 1,981 

Livestock Feed 81,861 64,854 

Seeds and Plants 971 

Veterinarian and Related 585 1,103 

Auto, Truck and Machinery 31 26 

Miscellaneous 487 44 

TOTAL OPERATING $ 83,745 $ 68,979 

TRAVEL 

In-State 

TOTAL TRAVEL $ 59 $ 54 

REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS 
Repairs 

TOTAL $ 3,919 $ 1,144 

TOTAL CURRENT 
EXPENDITURES $120,947 $107,108 



$ 2,402 

54,465 

827 

973 

6 

657 


$ 


2,400 

54,000 

825 

975 


$ 1,800 
55,000 

750 


$ 1,800 
55,000 

750 




700 







$ 59,330 



$ 58,900 



$ 57,550 



$ 57,550 



$ 162 
$ 162