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Theory Of Accounts, Frederick S. Tipson Jan 1913

Theory Of Accounts, Frederick S. Tipson

Individual and Corporate Publications

It is just ten years ago since the first edition of this book was published. The entire issue was disposed of, and the volume reported out of print. The constant requests for the book from all parts of the world have led the author to get out the present edition; it being likely to supply a somewhat pressing need. The questions and answers have been practically brought up to date; and no candidate who has mastered the contents of this volume need have the slightest doubt of his ability to pass any C. P. A. or Civil Service Examination in ...


Fiftieth Annual Report Of The Reciepts And Expenses Of The City Of Lewiston For The Fiscal Year Ending February 28, 1913, Florian Ouellette Jan 1913

Fiftieth Annual Report Of The Reciepts And Expenses Of The City Of Lewiston For The Fiscal Year Ending February 28, 1913, Florian Ouellette

City of Lewiston, Maine

Annual Report of the city of Lewiston, Maine


1913 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1913

1913 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1913.


Birds-Eye-View Of R.F. Learned And Son Saw Mill, Natchez, Miss., S. H. Kress & Co. Sep 1912

Birds-Eye-View Of R.F. Learned And Son Saw Mill, Natchez, Miss., S. H. Kress & Co.

Postcards, 2-sided

No abstract provided.


Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. Vi, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University Aug 1912

Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. Vi, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the Bowling Green Business University to promote the school. Includes descriptions of courses, lists of students and alumni and photographs.


Luncheon Menu From R.M.S. Titanic April 14, 1912, Titanic Apr 1912

Luncheon Menu From R.M.S. Titanic April 14, 1912, Titanic

Menus of the 20th Century

This menu for lunch on the 14th. April 1912 is the day before the ship sank (15th. April 1912). The Titanic was considered the largest ship afloat at the time and was built in the Harland and Wolff Shipyard in Belfast. The ship left Southampton (England) on the 10th. of April. On the 14th. April, 1912 four days into the crossing and about 375 miles south of Newfoundland, she hit an iceberg at 11.40pm ship's time. By 2.20am the ship foundered and broke apart with about 1000 people still on board (these were mostly men as the ...


Form Of General Balance Sheet Statement For Carriers By Water, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission Jan 1912

Form Of General Balance Sheet Statement For Carriers By Water, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

Federal Publications

This Form of General Balance Sheet Statement for Carriers by Water is issued in accordance with an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission, the text of which immediately precedes this letter. From and after the effective date of this order, by virtue of the provisions of the act to regulate commerce, the rules and definitions stated in the form become obligatory upon persons having direct charge of the accounts of carriers concerned, and such persons will be held responsible for proper application of them. Under the provisions of the law it is unlawful for any carrier, or for the persons ...


Circular Nos. 1-10 (May1, 1912-Jun2 12, 1912); Bulletin Nos. 1-9 (April 12, 1912-June 10, 1912); Instructions For Use Of Agent's Cash Book, Wells Fargo & Co. Accounting Department, J. W. Newlean Jan 1912

Circular Nos. 1-10 (May1, 1912-Jun2 12, 1912); Bulletin Nos. 1-9 (April 12, 1912-June 10, 1912); Instructions For Use Of Agent's Cash Book, Wells Fargo & Co. Accounting Department, J. W. Newlean

Individual and Corporate Publications

The titles of the cirulcars are: No.1 Inventory of Equipment, June 1, 1912, 12 O'Clock Noon; No. 2 Agents' Monthly Balance Sheets; No. 3 Fidelity Bonds; No. 4 Foreign Postal Remittances; No. 5 Joint Vouchers, Wells Fargo & Co. and Western Express Company; No. 6 Waybills Reported on Supplementary Statements; No. 7 J.H. Addicks appointed Auditor of Express Receipts; No. 8 Daily Audit of Cash in Hands of Assistant Treasurer; No. 9 Paid Money Orders, Travelers and C.O.D. Checks; No. 10 Analysis of Unadjusted Items. Bulletin titles are: No. 1 Accounting Instructions -- Bulletins and Circulars; No. 2 Subscription lists; No. 3 ...


Office And Accounting System For The Accounting Profession, Walter C. Wright Jan 1912

Office And Accounting System For The Accounting Profession, Walter C. Wright

Individual and Corporate Publications

In taking up the question of accounting methods for professional accountants, we must needs advance cautiously, for we are addressing our colleagues, and they may regard our suggestions as superfluous, but we may proceed boldly, for we are speaking to ourselves, and we know our deficiencies. A milliner is frequently so busily engaged in decorating the heads of other women that she neglects a reasonable attention to her own. The cobbler's children are still faulty in their footwear, and the physician has yet to heal himself. There are frequently, we presume, personal or professional considerations which determine the principals ...


Twentieth Century Brewery Accounting, Allen R. Smart Jan 1912

Twentieth Century Brewery Accounting, Allen R. Smart

Individual and Corporate Publications

The up-to-date brewer is compelled to follow the precepts of other manufacturers and give careful attention to the accounting system and ascertain accurate costs in each department, in order to successfully show satisfactory profits. It is no longer sufficient to know the cost of brewing, distribution, taxes, administration expenses and interest per barrel, but it is essential for the modern brewery manager to know the cost for each department, separately, before he can hope to successfully compete with other concerns. He must know exactly, what it costs per barrel in wagons for city keg beer; what it costs in the ...


Cost Finding In The Cloak And Suit Industry, Philip Frankel, National Cloak, Suit, & Skirt Manufacturers' Association. Welfare Committee, Morris A. Black Jan 1912

Cost Finding In The Cloak And Suit Industry, Philip Frankel, National Cloak, Suit, & Skirt Manufacturers' Association. Welfare Committee, Morris A. Black

Individual and Corporate Publications

How can the man making cloaks reduce his expenses, reduce his costs? This is the practical question. If a cost system does not help him to do this it is no good, time and money are wasted keeping it up. In order to find out where money can be saved, we divide all expenses under three general divisions: Materials, Labor, Charges. But it is important to know whether as to all garments which item costs most, materials or labor or charges. In the cloak business the chief item of expense is materials not labor or charges, and usually materials constitute ...


Brewery Accounting: The Study Of The Accounts Of A Modern Brewery, George Wilkinson Jan 1912

Brewery Accounting: The Study Of The Accounts Of A Modern Brewery, George Wilkinson

Individual and Corporate Publications

With the science of Brewing still in process of development, with many clever men and deep students devoting their lives to working out the problems that beset the practical Brewer, we find the books of account of some Breweries to be still in the medieval ages. The bookkeeper jogs along from week to week, until the end of the fiscal year is reached; then come the annual inventory and the closing of the books. A modern cost system of bookkeeping is one that will show the cost per unit in each department. This is easy of accomplishment in a. Brewery ...


Checking And Auditing System Used In The Saint Paul Hotel, St. Paul, Minn. Installed By The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio; National Checking And Auditing System For Hotels, National Cash Register Company Jan 1912

Checking And Auditing System Used In The Saint Paul Hotel, St. Paul, Minn. Installed By The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio; National Checking And Auditing System For Hotels, National Cash Register Company

Individual and Corporate Publications

When the new St. Paul Hotel of St. Paul. Minn., opened in April, 1910, it was fully equipped with National Cash Registers. After experience with other systems in various hotels, the management, after a thorough investigation, decided that a complete National Cash Register system would give them the best control in handling the business of their new hotel. This system has now been in operation for more than two years and has done the work expected of it. That this is the most complete hotel auditing system ever devised, will be understood by reading this book. It is based entirely ...


Classification Of Revenues And Expenses Of Sleeping Car Operations, Of Auxiliary Operations And Of Other Properties For Sleeping Car Companies, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission, Charles A. Lutz Jan 1912

Classification Of Revenues And Expenses Of Sleeping Car Operations, Of Auxiliary Operations And Of Other Properties For Sleeping Car Companies, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission, Charles A. Lutz

Federal Publications

No abstract provided.


Uniform Classification Of Accounts For Gas Corporations, California. Railroad Commission Jan 1912

Uniform Classification Of Accounts For Gas Corporations, California. Railroad Commission

State Publications

This uniform system of accounts for gas corporations is established and issued by the Railroad Commission of the State of California in accordance with provisions of section 48 of law of 1911, known as the "Public Utilities Act" in effect March 23, 1912.


Utilization Of Net Income, Harrison Standish Smalley Jan 1912

Utilization Of Net Income, Harrison Standish Smalley

Individual and Corporate Publications

In the management of every corporation the question of dividends is a perennial one, recurring regularly at periods varying from three months to a year, according to the practice of the particular corporation. The question is, whether dividends shall be declared, that is, whether any of the receipts of the company shall be divided among the owners of the business, and if so, how large an amount shall be thus distributed.


Efficiency In Public Management, Frederick Albert Cleveland Jan 1912

Efficiency In Public Management, Frederick Albert Cleveland

Individual and Corporate Publications

In a word my conclusion is this: that more than any private business or undertaking, the public office is in need of agencies which may develop complete, accurate, and prompt information about the business in hand; that efficient administration depends on the erection of well-equipped conning towers; that without instruments of precision, not only is the officer handicapped, but the public is without the means of making government responsible; between the government and the people is an impassable gulf and an impenetrable darkness, which produce discontent and suspicion, on the one hand, and deprive the officer of his support necessary ...


Classification Of Expenditures For Real Property And Equipment Of Carriers By Water, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission Jan 1912

Classification Of Expenditures For Real Property And Equipment Of Carriers By Water, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

Federal Publications

This Classification of Expenditures for Real Property and Equipment, with the text pertaining thereto, is issued in accordance with an order of the Interstate Commerce Commission, a copy of which will be found immediately preceding this letter. From and after the effective date of this order, by virtue of the provisions of the act to regulate commerce, the rules and definitions stated in the classification become obligatory upon persons having direct charge of the accounts of carriers concerned, and such persons will be held responsible for proper application of them. Under the provisions of the law it is unlawful for ...


Ua37/42 Commercial Teachers Training School, Bowling Green Business University Jan 1912

Ua37/42 Commercial Teachers Training School, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Promotional pamphlet advertising the commercial teachers training school, summer 1912.


Year-Book (Twenty-Fifth Anniversary). Officers, Committees, Trustees And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting In Chicago, September 16th, 17th, 18th, And 19th, 1912, American Association Of Public Accountants Jan 1912

Year-Book (Twenty-Fifth Anniversary). Officers, Committees, Trustees And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting In Chicago, September 16th, 17th, 18th, And 19th, 1912, American Association Of Public Accountants

AICPA Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


1912 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School Jan 1912

1912 Faculty Meeting Minutes, Morehead Normal School

Faculty Senate Records

Faculty meeting minutes of the Morehead Normal School for 1912.


Ua11/1 On Normal Heights, Wku Public Affairs Jan 1912

Ua11/1 On Normal Heights, Wku Public Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Promotional picture booklet of Western Kentucky University which includes images of the major buildings, students working on campus, faculty, Mammoth Cave, Barren River and student body.


Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. V, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University Aug 1911

Ua99/9 Southern Exponent Of Business Education, Vol. V, No. 1, Bowling Green Business University

WKU Archives Records

Newsletter created by the Bowling Green Business University to promote the school. Includes descriptions of courses, lists of students and alumni and photographs.


Meridian Female College And Conservatory Of Music, Meridian, Miss., Publisher Unknown Jun 1911

Meridian Female College And Conservatory Of Music, Meridian, Miss., Publisher Unknown

Postcards, 2-sided

No abstract provided.


Regulations Prescribing A Uniform System Of Accounts For Water Companies, Maryland. Public Service Commission Jan 1911

Regulations Prescribing A Uniform System Of Accounts For Water Companies, Maryland. Public Service Commission

State Publications

On and after July 1, 1911, every water company engaged in the collecting, selling and distributing water, and every water company not engaged in operation, shall keep upon its books the accounts prescribed or defined in Schedule A so far as the said accounts are pertinent to the facts and circumstances of the said company. The term water company is used herein in the sense defined in the Public Service Commission Law.


Uniform Classification Of Accounts For Gas Utilities, Nevada. Public Service Commission Jan 1911

Uniform Classification Of Accounts For Gas Utilities, Nevada. Public Service Commission

State Publications

No abstract provided.


Year-Book (Twenty-Fourth Anniversary). Officers, Committees, Trustees And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting In San Francisco, California, September 19th, 20th, And 21st, 1911., American Association Of Public Accountants Jan 1911

Year-Book (Twenty-Fourth Anniversary). Officers, Committees, Trustees And Members. Proceedings Of The Annual Meeting In San Francisco, California, September 19th, 20th, And 21st, 1911., American Association Of Public Accountants

AICPA Annual Reports

No abstract provided.


Rules For Accounting, October 1, 1911, E. E. Honn, Wells Fargo & Company Express Jan 1911

Rules For Accounting, October 1, 1911, E. E. Honn, Wells Fargo & Company Express

Individual and Corporate Publications

A new system of agency accounting will take effect October 1st, and the instructions contained in this book applying thereto are for the use of Wells Fargo & Company's employes. In view of the important changes that have been made, it is expected that all employes will thoroughly familiarize themselves with these rules, so errors in billing, reporting, etc., may be obviated and the transaction of the business carried on with expedition.


Decisions Upon Questions Raised Under Classifications Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission For Electric Railways In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission Jan 1911

Decisions Upon Questions Raised Under Classifications Prescribed By The Interstate Commerce Commission For Electric Railways In Accordance With Section 20 Of The Act To Regulate Commerce, United States. Interstate Commerce Commission

Federal Publications

Under date of April 16, 1910, there was issued Accounting Bulletin No. 5, which contained answers to various accounting questions bearing upon the interpretation of certain classifications for electric railway companies, prescribed by the Interstate Commerce Commission to become effective on January 1, 1909. The cases in Accounting Bulletin No. 5 are repeated in this Accounting Bulletin No. 7, a few of them being in amended form. Thus Accounting Bulletin No. 7 contains a file of important cases relating to the classifications for electric railways that were approved for publication before December 1, 1911. As a matter of information, it ...


Uniform System Of Accounts For Telephone Corporations, New York (State). Public Service Commission. 2nd District Jan 1911

Uniform System Of Accounts For Telephone Corporations, New York (State). Public Service Commission. 2nd District

State Publications

That the Uniform System of Accounts for Telephone Corporations, with the text thereto, prepared under the direction of this Commission and embodied in printed form, a copy of which is before the Commission, be and the same is hereby approved. That the said Uniform System of Accounts for Telephone Corporations be and is hereby prescribed for the use of all telephone corporations subject to the provisions of the Public Service Commissions Law of the State of New York, in the keeping and recording of their accounts; that a copy of the said Uniform System of Accounts for Telephone Corporations be ...