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UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE
REPORT OF AUDIT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1918
Baltimore, Maryland, January 14, 1919.
To The Officers And Members Of The United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland.
Gentlemen.—We have audited the books of the United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, Maryland, for the year ended December 31, 1918, and submit herewith a certificate, one page of comments and the following exhibits and schedules:
Exhibit A.—Balance sheet as of December 31, 1918.
Schedule No. 1.—Statement of cash receipts and disbursements for
the year ended December 31, 1918.
Schedule No. 5.—Advanced payments all as of December 31, 1918.
Black And Company,
Certified Public Accountants,
UNITED. STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE
We have audited the books of the United States Nai'al Institute, Annapolis, Maryland, for the year ended December 31, 1918, and
We hereby certify that the accompanying balance sheet and statement of income and expenses are correct and in our opinion, subject to the attached comments, clearly set forth the true financial condition as of December 31, 1918, and result of operations for the year ended December 31, 1918, respectively, as disclosed by the books of account.
Black And Company,
Certified Public Accountants, By Wilmer Black, C. P. A. (Member American Institute of Accountants.) Baltimore, Maryland, January 14, 1919.
UNITED STATES NAVAL INSTITUTE
Comments On The Audit Of The Books For The Year Ended
Exhibit A, Schedule No. 6, shows the Cost of Publications sold. The overhead this year is $11,852.64 and 5.45 per cent should be added to the cost to include these items.
Notwithstanding a marked reduction in the value of the inventory and a charging off such an amount as will bring the value of investments (bonds) on the book at the market value the Net Profits for the year is $53,121.35.
There has also been charged into this year's expenses, cost of books, etc., sold during the year ended December 31, 1917, to the amount of $2,359.81, which makes the Net Profit for this year just that much less.
Heretofore all receipts from Dues, Advertisements and Subscriptions have been taken up as an earning for the year in which they were received. This year, however, there has been taken up as an earning only those items that have actually been earned during the year and all items paid in advance have been carried as a payment in advance, for details see Exhibit A, Schedule No. 5.
Our examination has been very carefully made and no discrepancies or inaccuracies were disclosed. The records, books, accounts, etc., were found to be in good condition and worthy of commendation.
Cash (in bank), Schedule No. 1 $44,017.33
Investments, Schedule No. 2 65.805.00
Accounts receivable, Schedule No. 3 74,257.02
Prepaid royalties 1,193 83
Total Current Assets $200,433.14
Furniture and fixtures 100.00
Accounts payable, Schedule No. 4 $41,475.57
Advanced payments, Schedule No. 5 1,879.02
Total current liabilities $43,354-59
Balance (excess of current assets over current liabilities) 157,078.55
Reserve fund. =
Balance, January 1, 1918 $7,894.09
Cash receipts 240.00
Balance, January 1, 1918 $95,923.11
Add: Net profit for the year ended December 31, 1918 (for details see Exhibit A, Schedule
No. 6) 53,121.35