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Salary Registers (Trust Accounts)

State Records Authority of New South Wales
Board for the Protection of Aborigines (Has creator , Is creator of )
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Records held by the State Records Authority of New South Wales are covered by copyright. For information on reusing material from the collection see Archives in Brief 74 – Research and Copyright.
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These volumes record payments into and out of employers' accounts and employees' trust accounts. They record the employment history of Aboriginal people working for people other than the Board. They are arranged alphabetically by the name of the employee, and each sheet is divided into four sections. The first gives sheet number, and name of employee. The second gives name and address of employer, dates the employee commenced and finished employment, and the reason. There is enough space for the names of five employers. The third section is headed ‘Employer’s account with A.P.Board’ and gives period, rate for week, amount due, amount paid, receipt number, and remarks. The fourth section is headed ‘Employee’s Trust Account’ and gives in the Debit column, date of payment, amount, and C.B.folio; the Credit column gives date received, amount, and receipt number. Volume 4/8561 includes payments to the Board for advances of money, rental of cottages and leases of reserves. Volume 4/8561 includes a list in sheet number order with the names of all employees given in both volumes, however the sheets have been filed in each volume alphabetically. Volume 4/8561 also contains a family endowment sheet which records the following: date, reference, schedule number, receipt number, and gives in the Credit column, cheque and c.b. number; Debit column, and balances for 20 February 1930-28 October 1931. There is a separate Miscellaneous section which contains a list of leases, rental of reserve leases, and properties rented. This section also records interest paid from 1924 until 1934. Some of the individuals from these volumes also appear in NRS 15 Ledgers (Trust Account) and NRS 17141 Trust Account Ledger. Legislation relating specifically to Aboriginal people did not require the creation of trust account records until 1936.

Created: 1921-07-01 to 1934-06-30

Data time period: 30 06 1921 to 29 06 1934

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