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PART I.-RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF THE COUNCIL OF THE BOROUGH

FOR THE YEAR ENDED ON THE

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From Borough Rate* (amount raised for the purposes

of Part II. of the Education Act, 1902)..
From Borough Fund...
From the County Council
Grants from the Board of Education :-
For Secondary Schools and for Education of Pupil

Teachers
For Evening Schools and Institutions for Higher

and Technical Education
For Training of Teachers (other than Pupil

Teachers)
Fees ..
Sale of Books and other Articles ..
Sinking Funds :

Interest and Dividends accrued to the funds
Proceeds of sale of Securities in which the funds

were invested
From other Local Authorities (excluding amounts

shown above):

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Total Receipts (excluding Balance) to be carried to Summary

mary

on page 12

Total

• If a separate rate is made under Section 18 (1) of the Act, or the expenses are payable out of some fund or rate other than the borough fund or rate under Section 18 (4), this should be indicated.

Small items of receipt under this heading may be classed as "Miscellaneous."

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* This phrase is used throughout to denote Schools and Institutions the financlal responsibility for which is undertaken by the Council. 1 Small items of expenditure may be classed as “ Miscellaneous." Under this heading should be included the cost of stationery, books. postage, printing, advertisements, gas, and fuel for offices, and rent, rates, taxes and insurance paid in respect of ofices. Loans paid off by means of re-borrowings should not be entered here. I The amount shewn here should include interest and dividends which have accrued on the funds and been added to the funds during the year. Any amounts set aside for sinking funia, but remaining in the Treasarer's hands at the end of the year should not be entered bere as expenditure. They should be included in the balance at the foot of the statement.

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Capital receipts other than moneys borrowed, e.g., receipts from the sale of surplus materials which had been purchased with borrowed money, or interest on unexpended balances of loans, should be entered under one or other of the headings in Part I., provided for Receipts other than from Loans," and not in this Part.

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Purchase of land, and erection, enlargement, or alteration of

school buildings
Furnishing of school buildings

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Other purposes, specifying them :-+

£ 8. d.

Total Expenditure out of Loans to be carried to Summary on page 12

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Payments made out of capital other than moneys borrowed (see note * on opposite page) should be entered under one or other of the headings in Part I. provided for * Expenditure other than out of Loans," and not in this part.

† Repayments of principal made out of borrowed moneys should be shown separately under these headings.

Part III.-STATEMENT AS TO LOANS FOR THE

PURPOSE Amount

OF LOAN.

Amount of Date

Loans Date For sanctioned

Amount

Mode of Rate

outstandof

of
to be
what originally original of

ing at the

Repay-
Sanction. Period. Borrowed. Borrow- Interest.
Borrowed.

commence

ment. ing.

ment of the

Year.

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Total - £

* Col. 1.-Particulars should be shown in respect of each separate loan, and totals be given for each purpose. Where one loan has been raised for different purposes, the amount in respect of each purpose should be stated. Loans raised for the purpose of saying off other Loans should not be included in Columns 10 and 11; nor should they be included in Column 13 unless they have been applied in the repayment of Loans, and a note as to the amounts so applied should then be appended. When, however, a Loan has been obtained for the repayment of a Loan and has not been so applied, or when a Icar has been temporarily repaid which it is intended to re-borrow, a note should be appended stating the facts, the amount temporarily repaid being still included as outstanding.

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