Full text: The Department of Labor and Industry

The Bureau of Accounting was created by the 
Executive Board February 28, 1929. It had previ- 
ously been a section of the Executive Bureau, De- 
partment of Labor and Industry. The Bureau of 
Accounting prepares the budget and the estimates 
for the Department. It makes up a monthly report 
of the estimate sheet for two years, and a monthly 
report which must be in accordance with the estimate 
so that the apportionment of the appropriations is 
kept within the estimate. The Bureau of Accounting also makes a 
report to the budget office on the allotment made to the Department of 
Labor and Industry by the Department of Property and Supplies, and 
prepares all payrolls and handles all expense accounts for the Depart- 
ment and makes up monthly reports as well as the payroll for the 
State Workmen’s Insurance Fund. 
W. C. Halfpenny 

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