Hamilton Jockey Clubs Report, Daily Racing Form, 1921-10-28


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HAMILTON JOCKEY CLUBS REPORT TOBONTO, Ont., October 27. A. It. Loudon, secretary of the Hamilton Jockey Club, today filed with the provincial treasurer a statement of the clubs expendicures and receipts for both the spring and fall meetings in that city. The club made a net profit of only 5,58S.41 on the spring meeting and 31.97 on the fall racing. The net profit on the fall meeting does not include depreciation to buildings and track. Beceipts for the spring meeting wore 09,874.79 and expenditures 54,2S0.3S. Of the receipts 20,-818 were on admissions, mutuel commissions were 17,714. S5, while the Ontario government tax collector realized 3,040.25. The sale of programs, member subscriptions, checking, etc., made up the rest. Expenditures included 6,800 in purses, Ontario government next amusement 3,012.02 and the government license 2,500. The total amount wagered during the spring meeting was ,4l!fi,040. The fall meeting had receipts of 44,884.15 and expenditures of 4-1,752.18. Admissions netted 10,718, mutuel commissions 03,913.55, government tax collected 2,533.50. Expenditures were: Municipal tax ,199.03, Ontario government license 2,500, amusement tax provincial 2,507.10, business profits war tax act federal 0,227.33. In addition-were wages, repairs and alterations to buildings, insurance, etc. The total amount wagered was ,973,510.

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